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STATE JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 18. 1894.
1 ly Lea POPULAR G00B3, POPULAR PRICES, POPULAR IIETEODS have achieved the greatest success in the history of the retail grocery trade. Heady to promptly and correctly fill any order that is intrust ed to us, there is no risk in dealing here. Our guaran tee backs every article, and you can always have your money back for the asking. A trial order solicited. "We'll make it pay you so well that you'll be a regular customer hereafter. 20 lbs. finest Granulated Sugar.. Jgl 00 30 lbs. Sugar 1 OO 2 .'oz. fresh country Eggs 15 1 lb. fresh country Butter 15 Xo, 1 sugar cured Ilans, per lb. J.1-J Best Breakfr.it Bacon, per lb... 12 California Ha hp, per lb 9 4 lbs. White Lard 25 5 lbs. Japan Tea Sif tings 25 Good Blended Tea, per lb 25 7 lbs. Navy Beana 25 6 lbs. l ima Beans 25 6 cans Oil Sardines 25 Potted Ilatn aad Tongue 5 3 packages Scotch Oats 25 Pettijohn's Breakfast Food 10 3 cans Salmon 25 4 cans Vinton corn 25 Arbuekle'a Coffee, package 20 2 cans CaL Tabla Peaches 25 Boda Cracker?, per lb 5 Soda Crackere, by box, lb 4 3 packages Micaroni. 25 1 gal. u;rar tyrup 30 2 I1 Cream Chee.se 25 1 can best slic ed Pineapple . . 1Q 7 bars White Tlussian Soap..... 25 8 bar White Spanish soap..... 25 Myers' Flour Biftera 10 New Potatoes, tu 4.5 Iloyal or Price Baking Powder lb 40 Pail Sugar Syrup 45 7 ibs. Lump Starch..... 25 10 lbs. Sal Soda 25 B packages cleaned Currants... 25 1 lb. Shrodded Cocoanut. 15 Root Beer, per package 10 Good Brooms lO 5 lb-, Carolina Rice 25 2 lba. Ginger Snaps 25 4 cans Oysters 25 MASON'S Self Sealing Jars, (BY DOZEN.) Pints 50c Quarts 60c Half Gallons 75c Wo are handling large quantities of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. It will pay you to get Flour! Flour! V e have all kinds and Belling at cut prices. GOODS PACKED AND BELITEKED TO DEPOTS FREE. J. S, SPEOAT, THE STAR GROCER, 112 E. 6TH ST. JIT Ui 2l JmI w 3 vy) L Hull S! 1 I II H SsS STEVENSON PRICE Marriage of Mr. J. H. Sterenaoa and Miss CorJalia Price. A K0T1BLE SOCIETY EY8T Takes Flacs at the Home of th Bride's Father ThN Moialuc-Other Social ew. The nuptiala of Miss Cordelia Price youngest daughter of Mr. J. R. Price, and Mr. J. II. Stevenson, were solemn ized this laornia' at nine o'clock, at the family residence on Wettarn avenue. The iloral decorations were of tweet peas. The exquisite tints of these bios Boms wera brought out to perfection by the rich green of luxurious ferns and taosa which were sent the bride from Virginia. The north parlor and dining room, thrown together by folding doora, were used for the ceremony, and the bow window in the first apartment was banV.-d to the ceiling with palms and ferns. A curtain of sv.e-it peaa waa draped in lau;berquias fash ion before the window, acd fell in sweeping folds to the door, on either side, where a profusion of white ruga made a thick carpet. A screen of asparagus fern thickly in terwoven with aweel peas tilled in the crate and on the mantel ferna apparent ly grew from n bed of toft moss, and were relit cted in the broad mirror. In tho dining room the grato and man tel wero a raa ferns ami vases were lilled with the delicate flowers. The library, converted into a temporary dining room was aa charming' ia detail as tho other apartments. A large cat glass bovl lilled with sweet peas stood in pull's and billows of white hills on the dininjj table, and light refreshments were Berved from the Hide-board. Fealher plumoaua twined thickly about the balustrade and tall palms stood in the corners of the reception hall. Sweet peaa ware in the south parlor also, and at the appointed hour Miss Myrtle Jetmore, in a gowuof white swiaa with yoke of white satin ribbon and in sertion, went to the piano had Mendels sohn's wedding march signaled the ap proach of the bridal party. lie v. S. B. Alderson met them under the drapery of sweet peaa in the bow window. The bride waa attended by her sister, Miss Jennie Price, her cousin, MisaJean et'e Price, of Springfield, 111., and little Gladys Price, as mnid of honor, all attir ed in empire gowns of white mull with insertion and deep bertha of valencien nea lace. Broad sashes of white satin ribbon were knotted in smart bows on the left side with long- ends. Miss Price carried scarlet sweet peas. Misa Jean- i ette Price lavender, and Gladys pink. j Tho groom's attendants were Mr. Geo. Stevenson of New York as best man, and Mr. Ernest Davies of fan Diego, Cal., aa usher. The t riie'a e-own was an exquisite creation of ivory-white satin, witn full court train. A Vandyke yoke of pcint lace ardorned tt-e simple bodice ind a tiJmv veil fastened in the hair with a I bandeau of pearls, fell to the hern of the ! gown, completely enveloping her figure. ! A diamond brooch, the gift of the groom, j waa her only ornament. She carried a I loose bunch of lcng-siemiaed white j sweet ceaa and white suede gloves and safn s-.ppers complete 1 a periect toi lette. About forty guests, including the rela tives and intimate friends, were present at the wedding and i Uig.od their wisheB of joy and haf pmess. Tho bride ia a popular society young woman and her charm": g disposition has won her many frieacia. Mr. Steven son ia a member of the firm of Stevenson & Co. and a prominent business man. lie and hia bride left th'n af:ernoon for the lake region of New York where they will remain UDtil after the first oi September. They will be at home after tue 15th at V 'eaten avenue. Miff -belll'trscer'.- Ta. Miss Jessie Sheliabarger'a tea last evening waa a charming little function, and about thirty young- society men and women were asked to meet Misa Grace Shellabarger, of Decatur, Hi. Tea was served at 7 o'clock at small, daintily ap pointed tables, and afterwards a little music and dancing were enjoyed by the way of variety. Mr. Fred Bonetrake piaved some mandolin selections accom panied on the piano by Misa Marguerite iiradiey, and .Mr. Walter Noble Bang. The other guesta were Mr. and Mrs. "William McFerran. Misses Henrietta Thompson, Julia Walker, Ilortense Kelly. Jessie Small, Miss Dallas of Washing ton, Abbie Ware, Dora Weaver, Agnes Pee of Kansas City, Susie Sweet, Carrie Bartholomew, Carrie Clarkson, Alice Hood of Emporia, and Messrs. Frank Edson, Charles Thomas, Harry Weaver, Will Walker, Ed. Dennis, Theo. Hani matt, J. Iv. Bair, C. J. Preecott and Geo. Craw ford. Soup Hnbbl l'ply. Little Rena Greenwald celebrated her fifth birthday yesterday afternoon with a "soap-bubble'" party, and from four till seven o'clock the little folks made merry with games of all sorts, efter tha bubbles had lost their attraction. Supper was served on the lawn, and those present were: Stella Leon, Sad'e. Florence and Irwin Snttttinger, Salome and Stelia Barnum, Eunice Brooks, Isaac and Alfred BamuBi, Myron Waterman, Sarnmie, Jerome and Leon Greenabaum, Lottie, Ethel and Charlie Steinberg, Al lie Howard, Ralph Ettlinger, George Ransom, Ralph and Carl House, David Rosenthal, Arris Cohen, Eaah Cashman, and Carrie Strauss. An Kl.otrle Car HMe. Mieses Flosfie Hillyer end Louise Smith gave an electric car ride last even ing complimea tary to Misa Titi.i Bradt Gf Beatrice, Neb., and the youug people were entertaiued afterwards at the home of Misa Hillyer. Among them were Misses Jeanette Lord, Emily King, Mary Colby, Lucy Knowles. Helen Walker; and Messrs. Guilford Dudiey, George Chase, Tom Frost, R. iledieiott, Dorr Norton, Torrence Ewart, Howard A Id arson, Dave Sibley and John McFarland. A Children's I'urty. Miss Mamie Black incited tyelve girl friends to spend yesterday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock to help celebrate her thir teenth birthday. The usual games were played and Miss Helen Fitch played pome pretty selections on the guitar and Ruby Gage recited. After which cool ing refreshments were served. Many pretty presents were received and the guests were Misaes Helen Fitch, Hazel XjB&idwin, liuoy and June Gttge, Katie Rushmore, Bertha Thomas, Nellie Breidj enthal, Mabel and Rea Connor, Lottie Fletcher, Mabel Rice and Creat Spencer. A Moonlight Picalc. The T. V. club guve a picnic at" Gar field park last evening and thoae prea ent we.re Misses Nina Garvin, Josephine Marmont, Blanch Johnson, Pearl and La Verne Brubakor, Edith Smith and Lilli an Griffith; Messrs. Lee Sidwell, Chaa. Menard, Robt. Maxwell, James Garvin, Will Sadler, Will Jones and O. E. Keene. Minor Soelml News. Last evening at the home of Mr. J. T. Lagerstrom on Tyler street, Mrs. Mar garet Jones and Mr. J. M. Furry, both of Virden, 111., were united in marriage by Rev. Dr. McCabe. The bride ia an aunt of Mrs. Lageratrom's and Mr. Furry ia a prominent dry goods merchant in Virden, where they will make their home. Misa Lalla Brubaker and Mr. H. W. Dalby will be married this evening at the bride's home on Van Buren street. The Missea Bchulze, of Atchison, who have been the guests of Miss Georgians Wasaon returned home today. Miss Isabel Hudson of Kansas City, is visitiug her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Wilder. Misa Irene and Ralph McNeal will leave tomorrow for a six week's visit in Emporia. Miss Ilortense Reed, of Baldwin, is vis iting the family of Rev. Mr. McClure. Mrs. J. T. Blackmore and daughter A gnes leave tomorrow for Indianapolis, Iud., to remain two or three months. Mrs. 11. L. Woodaon and daughter Ber tha of Chicago, formerly of Topeka, are in the city for a few "days, en route to Comanche, Indian Territory. Mrs. lid Kahr and eon have gone to Denver. Miss Stella Wallace will leave tomor row for a visit in Minnesota. Mrs. W. It. Ewing will give a pupils recital in Burlingame Friday evening. Mi39 Dallas of Washington ia the guest of her father E. J. Dallas. Mr. and Mra. George D. Hackney and Ada Skinner have returned to Chicago. Misa Byrd Prescott went to Kansas City today. Chaa. Barnes will leave Sunday for Emporia, where he will join hia mother and they go on to Ohio for an extended visit. Misses Gertrude and Lulu Wyatt will go to Valley Falls Friday to sing in Prof. Davis' concert. Mr. and Mra. D. A Purman and Misa Winifred Purman of Dea Moinea, Iowa, are visiting Mr. and Mra. II. C. Lindsey. Mrs. L. P. Holz and daughter Alma of Cui.onwood Falls, will arrive tomor row to visit Mra. W. C. Baker on Lincoln street, OSC Alt'S ENEMIES. They Slada It Highly Disagreeable for II i m. Oacar Espelin lives on State street near Eighth. Oscar is a tender boy of perhaps the tender age of 13. He works down town. Now Oacar is a Sunday school boy and does not associate with the bad, wicked bays on State street that do naughty things. He carries a uice 6ilk umbrella and his clothes are clean. All this you know would naturally have a tendency ' o cul tivate a strained condition of affairs be tween Occur and the other faction. The tension became too aggravated yester day, and as Oscar proudly started to re turn from dinner, happy in the corvic tion that he had h's Sunday lesson down pat, the even tenor of his reflections on wickedness were rudely interrupted by a demand that he "light out." it came, he knew, from the unholy spirit of the street and he heeded it. They then began to cast stones at him, and one of them came right through his silk umbrella. To stand thia affront with humility waa beyond Oscar's ability, and today he has had orr of the boys, Willie Dillon- who aspirea to be called Bill arrested on charge of assault The case will come up to amuse Judge Ensming r in the morning. DEATH OF J. J. FISIIEli. A Pioneer Citizen of Topnka Passes Away This Morning. A pioneer citizen of Topeka, John J. Fisher, died at 5:40 a. m. tins morning. The deceased came to Topeka in 1667 and has resided here ever since. He waa register of the land office under Presi dent Arthur and served as justice of the peace for Topeka township a period of eighteen years. lie waa born in Lancaster, O., Febru ary 5, 1S23. Hi3 wife and son, George W., are ieft to mourn hia less. He waa a prominent Odd Fellow, a member of Northcraft lodge No. 228, and waa its treasurer from its institution until hia illness made hia resignation imperative. He was a good citizen and had a host of friends. The funeral services will take place from the family residence, 801 East Tenth street, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Do not wear impermeable and tight fitting hats that constrict the blood-vessela of the scalp. Use Hall's Hair Renewer occasionally, and you will not be bald. Only a few da3s more of the auction sale of watches, diamonds and jewelry at 532 Kansas avenue. UNION PACIFIC ROUTE. Wpnver, Colorado Sprlnj and Pueblo SIS for tke Itor.nil Trip. Tickets on sale July 21, 22 and 23, good returning July 27, Aug. 2 and 25, ls!14. Leave Topeka 1:05 p. m., arrive at Denver next morning 7:50 a. m. Leave Topeka 11:3S p. m., arrive at Denver next evening 5:30 p. m. For all infor mation, call at 525 Kanaaa avenue. A. M. Fcixkr, City Agent. Xotlre, The regular concert will be given by Marshall's Military band at Garfield park on Friday evening. Admission tickets will be sold all day, but persons leaving before the concert will have their money refunded. JIarshali's Military Baix Everybody is expecting a good time time at the suffrage picnic at Garfield park tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon. The Morgan family will sing and there will be intereating speeches. For a good smoke try the "Diamond' five cents cigar at Waltmire & Co. 312 and 114 West 8th, Peerless Steam Laundry. Ehirts mended by the Peerleas, The Stats Journal's Want and Mis cellaneous columns reach each working day in the week more than twice as many Topeka people aa can be reachei j through any other pajjec Thia ia a fact. IfcussTiT .iMwifeJsM -i m ifrmriH-MWiMriim-n sitt.itMiwinr--VT" T - - 4tij u o rrr rs -ra Ll Lsm "Which, ever you choose Wo sell them another week STOCK REDUCTION PANTS SAI SHOULD YOU MWkM 1 II V J Wouldn't it bo wise for you to see what we offer before purchasing elsewhere ? Hon estly we'll save you money. YOUR UNRESTRICTED CHOICE OF ANY 615, $18, $2Q, $22 AND $25 SUMMER SUIT IN OUR ENTIRE HOUSE FOR TWELVE DOLLARS ! I 1 Please don't forget that there are people who know a good thin;; when they see it Are you one of them? If so, don't hesitate come soon. MOTHERS! Such. Excellent BARGAINS IN CHILDREN'S CLOTHING You nevor have seen. PLEASE CALL. GUILTY OFlilGAMY. An Irreipomibl Seappgraco Who Isn't Fit to Kun at Larga Sheriff Burdge is looking diligently for Hoy Grealiain Iliggfius, a youn man i wanted in this county tor bigamy. About two years ago young Jliggms who lived at Willard began to look: about for a wife, and he concluded that pretty Belle Janes waa as good a selection aa he "ould make. Miss Jauea was as nice young woman as any young man could want. lie spoke to her about it and she was willing, but her parents were not So they eloped. They lived together several months when lliggins appears to have gone to gambling and doing oth er bad things, and llnally about a year ago he cleserle-i her and went to Kansas City. This proved to be a bad place fur one of Roy's proclivities to go. lie got mixed up in a' scrape there and finally to escape from the penitentiary married his victim. In so doing however, he ap pears to Lava jumped from the frying pan into the tire. If SheriiT Burdge ever gets hold of him he will be prose cuted to a linUh for having more wives than he really ought to have. A REWARD 1S OFFERED. Thieve Wanted by 8harifT Hurdje for Ttobbarie Near Topeka. Twenty dollars reward has been offered by Sheriff Burdge for the arrest of the persona who robbed teveral houses near Topeka. After giving a description of the stolen goods, the sherii! gives this description of tho supposed thieves, which, from a literary view, would be a credit to a Chicago reporter: One man about 5 feet ten inches high, medium weight for a man of his height, auburn hair, light brown mustache, hump nose with straight sharp point, about 30 years old; one man about 5 feet 8 inches in height, heavy set, dark eyes, hair and mustache, nose flat to near the end, where it makes an abrupt turn up ward, giving him a repulsive appear ance, has a long, narrow scar on left side of face running from nosa toward angle of jaw, and about forty years of age. Equally safe for young or old, Ayor's Sarsaparilla cleanses the blood from all impurities. Only a few days more of the auction sale of watches, diamonds and jewelry at 232 Kansas avenue. Xotlce to Lodee lembrM. Upchurch Lodge No. 13 J and Shawnee Lodge 2so. 241, have mutually agreed to consolidate said lodges. The consolidated lodge will be known as Upchurch Lodge No. 244, A. O. U. W. As many of the brothers of the above two lodges are earnestly requested to meet at the lodge room of Na 244 on Friday evening next, to ratify the above action. S. C Oarrabd, Rec. 244. John Kcppel, Rec. 130. Only a few days more of the auction sale of watches, diamonds and jewelry at 532 Kansas avenue. The State Jocrsil's Want and Mis cellaneous columns reach each working day in the week more than twice as many Topeka people aa can be reached through any other paper. Thia la a fact. -Iit-, if'si-tfllWiiiliiTiiil fni -f -ifn-t- --Tiri--ir11- ---t',--,---'T'rr-irii,rL-i'"iiii-i-1W-r'int,i-r i-Hhiiim -fit --n-T - "-'i-1 r- u Z-siliNJ ii -4 11. LJvyy J r-sa jrv n n mm . Hit I " u Li ii U La THINK OF BUYING A PAIR m (yip Buys choice of good all wool Pants that were 83 and 3.50, now $1.93. Any style all fabrics. Buys choice of fine all Wool Breeches Worsteds, Tweeds, Cheviots and Cassimeres that were $5 and $5.50, now $3.50 Neatest Patterns best styles. KNEE PANTS 25c Knee Pants, now lOo 503, 75c Pants, now 39o 81, $1.50 Pants, now 69o IF YOU'RE 709 Kansas Ave. AUERBACII Sz SNAP SHOTS AT HOMS NEWS. The "museum of anatomy" Las left the city. Crawford's new opera house in Denver will seat 1,U0 people. The supply of blackberries Las in creased since the rain. There i3 a smile all over the city today. It ia Santa Fe pay day. The state penitentiary investigation will begin next Monday. The electric street lamps are now run ning on a moonlight schedule. "The hot weather helps our business," said a Topeka undertaker today. One Topeka swell's laundry bill for the past month was if 15.5D for him3elf alone. A horae attached to a light buggy got tired and lay down on Kansas avenue to day. Joseph Miles Gravely, son of J. II. Gravely of Topeka, died at Boise, Idaho, Juue 29. All the bands, all the hand organs, all the merry-go-rouada are playing "Sweet Mario." George Ilanley has sold his confec tionery business to J. B. Isebel and Will Johnson. National B ink Examiner Ewing, who Is in the city, built the big smelter at Argentine. The Populists are making arrange ments for a big picnic at Valencia next Wednesday. An irrigation picnic is being held to day on the farm of W. A. Reeder, in Logan county. There will be a grange picnic near Tevis station, on the Missouri Pacilic next Thursday. A. IX Hubbard, deputy clerk of the district court and his family ure visiting in Allen county. A girl weighing ten pounds has made its appearance at the Lome of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Dolman. Secretary Coburn of the state agricul tural board, attended a grange picnic at Overbroak yesterday. McFadden, the printer who was killed by the cars at Emporia yesterday, was a graduate of Yalo. Attorney General Davis Laa returned from a tour of military inspection through Southern Kansas. Chairman Leland, of the Republican state central committee, says his com mittee has but $1,000 at its disposaL J. M. Simpson saya the Republicans of McPherson county are much better or ganized than they were two years ago. Judge Foster's health ia improving. He looks much better than he Las at any time since Lis return from the south. A man who rents a great many Louses to Santa Fe shop men saya that many shop men are moving away from Topeka. Next TLursday, July 26. tLere will be a wolf drive in Dover townbhip. TLe start will be made from Carey bayder's store. The Cook Arctic expedition on board the Miranda with Prof. Dyche of Law rence, on board, Laa reached St Johns, N. F. John De Leeuw who will do the fancy stone carving for the new courthouse. Las already prepared some models of ' -j i i''i! i s? i j u for tho Qreat SacriSao THINK AND ACT. f I if Buys choice of flno all wool Panta loons, Chovlots and Worsteds th?t were 84 and 84.50, finely mfitlo, now 2.75. r- i r Buys choice of most elegant C 87, 88, 89 Trousors, equal in every respect to beat tailor's mttto-of best and finest fabrics Don't order any until you've s3on theso. urn PAFJTO 1.50 Long Pants, now $2.50 Long Pants, now fJ.-' i 8C50 and $4 Pants, now I MOTHERS! Too manv ROYS' 'mm Compels 1!3 to make prices tluit will surely usto-i-ih yon. PLEASE CALL, GUJ5TTEL. uraifoona ana lions in i.j. tot. , -a . . 1 I - l . r that are clover and artUtir. li- i k;...r.ir : k : . i : i , . i . .-. i .1 The executive committee of tho i and order (Crusaders) :urrHiiiitn, w meet at the couocil chamber thin cv.-ui at 8 o'clock. John Poindexter will nvvo ! j ' Scott with his family, wtier" lie wili h i charge of an insurance ;:!.. f r t Northwestern Life. So many new sidewalk-) are I built on Kansas avenue i.f l.it-j tu.i mAn to ltd a rrro:t (tc.l i.f K i ing in the street. The rtoHce claim that on dnrk iii- like Saturday nignt, the city 'r;,t ii - . t .1 1 a I : 1 . ... 1 .. t 1 . i . . . in protecting tho city. Governor LewHling lias allow vl t use of t-V-MK) from his contin.-nt f . for the maintenance of tho lk-i -i.l dustrial school for girl . A veteran Detnorra'ic nv r i , in this town who bolti 1 t h !, t'i I finding fault with tho uriho-.i. . y of t Republican newspaper io'-o. Odd of the most literary p.r-o:u Topeka who has read "Miips to.it the Night," say, "It's a v ery v i t i with a very strong rrpu! t'on. The house of a man it;wu; 1 A !.t who lives on Ash street was torn---. lightning and badly damaged .-,1 4: '. night while th'j family w.n at . Lake. Attorney General L'tttlo hn-t nr--with tho people of l'.ir-".,-i to imv t M. K. & T. an exteniejii uf time of h. days to linish their new ge.-ral building. Secretary Bristow, of tha K i. State central committee, i.i ;,: , squarely on the irrigation j l.tak 1,1 i party platform; or rather .h; I i, ,i around it. Win. S. Hioman of V,--,n, a-s 1 V, .: If. Howard of Kansas City, h t v i appointed receivers of the '.'o'i:, wealth Loan and Trust coft.pai.y, Judge Foster. A youii lady from AUmi.vm, . visiting in the city, went out. t- t i i letter today and was p,jui ho-jU a I time that her friend went aft-r '., was found trying to put h-r lell'T i.. lire alarm lxx. Many western Kansas countM : fering to pay their bonded i(id..-i.i- ', to the state which does not faii iIhh i The cotninissioners of ti,.;-,i i about the matter. Carl Jockheck hai decided to ac --; t f county's offer of if :j,0uu fur hi-t t.'.r J i- it i . . siderable reluctance fcow-var; ai J- bciC thought they might tbll -i' i.4r Topeka aver has another L.juiii. Silver Leaf vinegar remains jn t front It la the best table and piel, vinegar. Ask your grocer f .r it a:: i '. no other. It n the c ieapeit. Only a few day more of ti e a sale of watches, dl.-iraondl aa j j at 532 Kansas eve one. faiiy " 3tfftif -.. No Gripintr, no Nausea, no i'.ii De Witt's Lutlo Early Ue. ar-t Small PilL Betit 1'iii. Beit I'.a. JoUbS. J, 77 ( V ' ' , vVm iJI I ! t I x - ' I - : t I . V' i