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STATE JOURNAL, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 25. 1804.
r. For Stomacli Bowel, Liver Complaints, and Headache, use - v-V p ) ( CATHARTIC PILLS They are purely vegetable. 8iig7ir-coated, speedily dissolved, raid easy to take. Every do.' o :nective THE CHICAGQULTQIIRl CSLT STG33 EALLAST29 TMCK. IIO CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN KANSAS CITY and CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY am ST. LOUIS, ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO. no Extra Cfiargs for Passat in Palace Ueeliniiig Chair (Jars NOR IN Fast yes'iinlel Limifet Trains Ask your own ITomoTlcVet Agent for ticket via the Chicago & Alt m Railroad, or write to S. ISO Goa'I Western Tassenger Agt., Uls5 -S i I . r ! I BU JA DWAV, ST. LOfLS, MO. JMEH CHAR LTOX, General I"as-eru:er aud Ticket Agent, CHICAGO, ILL. JTTTl solid l l'JVJi TKh mms FHOM Kansas CitpSt Joseph i TO ST. LODIS, CEICAaa Omaha, Peoria, ST. PAUL, KIOflSAPOLIS Only One Chlna-e tf Cars to tli ATLANTIC COAST. The !! Line For licTT, "5f arli, rAiln.flolpliia,, B33to:i, V.-isIiinton. NORTH andE AST. D. O. IVES, CSeneral FaMtnier Axeat, St. NATIONAL STABLES, First-class Livery. Boarders a specialty. Telephone 48. J. C. GILCHSIST, 7C3 Jackson street. Proprietor. Topeka Vacuum Cure Vaonnm, Z.ledica.1 find Surgical Treatment. 5rToi) and ofironio illieMei n d diaesses of women. vacuum specialties: rural) init enronln diseases that xueaUclne have CalledL to cure. Vv. C. F RAX CIS. Man'ffT. SOI Stb ATeins W. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wethereirs classes in I up,.-. t,i; Academy, Masonic Buildhifr, Jackson street, wia oen for chiuiren Saturday, stoptem bor -2-od.. 3 to 5:aj p. ic. Acuits. Monday, fee p-t;n-T -.4. to li:3 p. m. hti-irens cinss uu Jr the direction of Mrs. Wetlit-reil and -Miss Mme Saiita. Hall for rent for select parties. For terms ca.l or address at Academy. 1pv Cr'.s.rr'h and Co?& r r l t:a pp.-d uststjatiy lay Miiittli Teiuplo, Ck1ur Xil crc a: in nt or scrapie trc,.9 n nn REAM 3 il x? yoti lilis it. I J.II. 1oii, DriiirtTist, ; Lj uOl KANSAS A"K. i Prescott & Co. have removed to Io. IIS West E:gh ta ir.tr 3 it. BLEACHED BLONDES. Tnrwd Oat t a Rapid Rate by Mesn o Electricity. An enterprising hair dyer has pro jected a scheme for making' bleached blondes as fast as the demand may re quire. The subject of operation seats herself in an operating- chair, some what similar to that used by the dentists, and rests the back of her neck on a metal plate, which is the negative terminal of a rather strong1 battery, the curre nt from which is suf ficient to exert a moderate decomposing action on solutions of salts, containing a bleaching- agent such as chlorine. The tresses are allowed to fall back of the chair and are dampened with a so lution of what the inventor terms his secret. A brush composed of metallic "bristles which Lave been gil led or platinized, and which are electrically connected to the source of the current, thus forming- the positive pole of the battery, is slowly and steadily drawn through the hair. A .slight decomposition of the salt held in solution takes place, the beginning- agent is liberated end the coloring- matter in the hair is lightened. The discoverer declares that the color given to the darkest hair nay be varied at pleasure, and may also be carefully regulated; furthermore, he states that the color does not resemble that of ordinary '-bleached"' hair, but is more natural and in every way able to de ceive the most expert in sueh matters. While the idea is one which is at tractive from an experimental stand point, the object attained, if his state ments are true, is one which should be pushed into obscurity by a minimum amount of praise. Still another beau tifying"(?) effect of the current is ob tained by this inventor, who seems too fertile in sueh vanity-producing- ideas, lie advertises to make ladies" lips to resemble coral in their dazzling- red ness. His process is, of course, an electrical one. and he produces an un healthy reddening of the lips by forcing- an inflammation by means of so called Farad ic current. There is pretty good evidence that his showy operating- rooms are well crowded by a. "bevy of beauties" at all times of the day, and it is quite amusing- to watch the silly women who have much more money than brains at their disposal emerge from this gilded den feeling their fevered lips with their tongues and t ryin-r to smile while "they are paying- too dear for their whistle." Electric World. AN ARTISTIC COVERLET. Presented to tlie fta!y Son of the I u I:o and Durheas of York. The birth of the new English royal prince seems to hare revive;! the stories of a previous marriage of his father to sueh an extent that the prince of Wales has deemed it necessary to publish, throug-h his secretary. Sir Francis Knollys, an official denial of the rumor. The London Times lias also revived the story of 1he marriage of George IV. and Mrs. Fitzherbert and t in- probabil ity of there having been children of that marriage whoso di-scopdants ought now to be on the English throne. This is all nonsense. Both those mar riages may or may net have been con tracted, but both would have been il legal and consequently void from the beginning. in ITT'.', when the prince of Wales, afterward George IV., was only ten years old, the royal marriage oet was passed by parliament at the instance of Ueorjfe III., who was greatly di-"-usted because tTo of his lirothers had mar ried subjects ag-ainst his wishes. This act made it unlawful for any member of the royal family to marry without the consent of the sovereign if under twenty-five, or to do so after that ag-e unless twelve months notice had been g-iven to the privy council and parliament had not within those twelve months expressed its disappro bation. All this was sug-g-ested by the picture which we g-ive of the cot coverlet, which was among- the christening- gifts of the new royal infant. The founda tion is of white satin, on which the royal crown is embroidered in deli- J i ',-' jr bit ) -WW it, . . I f if & - tji a j - I k maft to? ft -4- COT COVERLET FOB THE BA3T PRINCE. cately-shaded silks, while on the left, worked in pale g-old, are the words: "Angrels guard thee." Encircling the crown are painted seven cherubs scattering- buds and petals of York roses as they hover round. The coverlet is bordered with lloniton lace. The em broidery is the work of three deft fingered Eng-lish girls of the royal school of art needlework, the painting by three others. This was presented in a case of carved wood the carving being the only part of the work done by a man. What a Dressmaker ays. A dress as well as a coat should be fastened from the bottom up, and not from the top down. The constant tug ging from the shoulder soon gives any waist a drag-ged-down look that may be avoided if it be constantly pushed up ward, as it is when the lower fasten ings are hooked or buttoned iirst. Of course, this cannot be done if a dress is too small, another t a ue for what some people call a "good fit." But if a waist be properly fitted, no matter how close ly, it can be as well fastened from the t-.jitom up as vice versa. , (f!.T' 4 r r-.rr. - -v- j Wfl K. L. f7'-', , v-T' !- r I i ! ON THE INSTALMENT PLAN. Boy Don't whip me much all at once, mar, for I only took the cake a little x1 umc-. M 3 "1 ' , A , Mrs. Sclienlcy Races Her Own Boats and Does Not Itliiicl a Ducking;. The most talented woman at the till er in all England is Mrs. G. A. Schcn ley, who not only owns numerous yachts, but is ready for a brush with a brother yachtsman at any time. She knows about all there is to be known about the sport, and when her yachts race she takes personal command and handles the tiller herself. She learned the art of boat sailing from her father, Captain J. W. Hughes, one of the founders of the Yacht Racing associa tion. Her husband is also an enthusias tic yachtsman aud is a member of the Royal Yacht squadron, and when the racing season is over the couple go on a long cruise in their big yacht, the God dess. Mrs. Schenley was master of her own craft for the first tinio in 1889. Her boat boro the peculiar name of Thief, but it had very poor success in getting away with plunder, despite the fact that it was designed by tho famous Watson. Out of 10 starts the Thief only succeed ed in pilfering one winning flasr. In 1891 Mrs. Scheuley had Designer PayntJ 7 's' V - n- i ,( j;i:S. G. A. SCHENI.ET. build her the Windfall, and during the season the fair daughter of Neptune raced her new yacht in 40 events, cap tured 20 first prizes and 12 others and went into winter quarters with tho pres tige of having sailed tho fastest five rater in England. During the races Mrs. Schenley was invariably at the helm, no matter whether the wind blew great guns or only came incapfuls, no matter whether the sun shone bright or the rain de scended in torrents. This year Mrs. Schenley created a great sensation in the Solent with er wonderful five rater, the Flat Fish. This boat was designed by Mr. Soper in a single' night and was built with great rapidity. Mrs. Schenley can swim like a duck, and while she does not relish being capsized she has been overboard so many times that such an incident excites her very little. In addition to being a famous yachtswom an, Mrs. Schenley has distinguished herself wTith the rifle aud shotgun. Sho has killed many deer and wild boar and can briug down a duck on the wing with neatness ami dispatch. Her boats are painted red above the water line and white below and make a remarkably pic turesque appearance in a race. RErvlEMBERED BY A MISER. Mrs. T. I)e VTitt Tal mage's Kindness Re paid t-y a (Legacy of S513.0CO. Mrs. T. Da W'.tt Talmage, the talent ed wife of the famous Brooklyn divine, was recently sur prised to hear that an elderly and miserly wo man named Miss Elizabeth EL W. Lord, whom she knew very slight ly, had left her by will the com fortable sum of $13,000. Two years ago the woman, who was i V: then 72 y j. left Dot I and 'ears old, Dover, N. I.- MRS. settled in Brooklyn to atives who were after her money, as she subsequently told her neighbors. Sho was a constant render of Dr. Talmage's sermons and called upon Mrs. Talmage, who treated her kindly, advised her to go to a hospital and occasionally called upon her. Miss Lord lived in a very miserly manner and often went hungry, it is said, rather than spend money for food. Her eating utensils were a broken knife and a cracked plate, and an old soap box served in lieu of a table. Not long ago she became ill and was attended by the Talmage "family physician. She died a short time ago, and it was then learned - pi It--- . ft that she had willed Mrs. money. Mrs. Talmage was Miss Susan Whitte more of Greenpoint, N. Y. She heard Dr. Talmage lecture in tho Greenpoint Dutch Reformed church early in 1803 and was introduced to him by his broth er, Rev. G. Talmage. A few months later, on May 7, young Talmage and Miss Y7hittemore left tho same church man and wife. Tho great preacher was then but lit tle known, and his wife started with him at the bottom of the ladder of fame. She has proved a wonderfully capable and valuable helpmeet and for many years has relieved tho doctor of tho pet ty cares and annoyances cf business. She opens all his mail, answers his busi ness letters and destroys ail communi cations that might annoy him. If sho were a man, Fhe could quite appropri ately be called his ' 'right hand man," for sho plans much cf his work, makes his pastoral, feoeial and business engage ments, lays out the routes of his fze qoent journeys, procures tickets and staterooms, and, in short, is the nioFt valuable private secretary that Fuch a great diviuc co-aid po,;5.ib!y have. As tho doctor often ri .-reives anywhere from 100 to 200 letters a day, it is easy to imagine what an enormous amount of work Mrs. T;tl;r.; her world 1 hccrfu'.iy docs daily for .Hit A CIotr' Tr;K;c tjntli. Ar.gu:-tc, tho great French clown, wkoMJ reiititatio;i was Europsaii, has come by his cieath in a circus at Dresd-u under circuiiifct:-.stc-.s peculiarly dramat ic He was making one of his usual "suuts dc oirjie, " ;!-ii i the appkuisy of the croil, when, -i pji an aw kwai-du o.ss th; no was irrcs.ijt:I)iv comic h ieii. ,;UIitl He in- ouly leil, but on th:i dulged in eoiitcrtion-.s thac deiiglited his public, and, to crown ail, simulated death, lying rigid aud motionless in the middle of tho arena. It was tho supreme art of clownery and was recognized and rewarded by tho applause of an intelli gent audience. They had Keen him do this kind cf thing before, but never so well. However, as he remained motion less, a groom went up to him and found that again and lor the last time ho had deceived his public. The vertical column was broken, a:.d the man was dead He was known as a French clown, but his name was William Bridge. It is not easy to create an entirely new circus clown, aud poor Auguste did that. Paris Letter. Sv7is Itetaliiition. Since the famous Meline tariff of 1892 became the lav in France the commer cial relations between that country and Switzerland have been the cause of much vexation on both sides. Tho Swiss are determined to retaliate by every means in their power. The latest enact ment of the federal government is di rected against tho French newspapers, some of which have a considerable cir culation in French Switzerland. Hither to theso papers have been dispatched in bundles by the trains. The moment the new law is put in operation they will no longer be permitted to enter the country in this way. Each copy must pay a small fee of 1 centime. It is true that a centime is only about a fifth of a half penny, but tho new tax will prac tically raisa the price of French half penny papers to a penny and of penny papers to 3 halfpence. A very large number of French papers nowadays be long to the first category, and of these it will bo seen the prico is to bo exactly doubled. London News. All Agci 3iiai.ster's Wooinar. Phebc Irwin, a spinster of oo year bring3 suit against the Rev. Christ pher Lazeuburg, a superannuated Met odist 80 years of age, for a snug sum f i blighted affections. Lazenburg ha preached in various portions of thi state and is widely known in the con ference. Plaintiff avers in her petition that defendant sought her hand in mar riage; that his suit was accepted and the day for the nuptials set. The rev erend gentleman, however, had occa sion to make a trip to Paris before the time appointed for the wedding, and when he returned his affection for the plaintiff had considerably cooled off, and he wished to disregard his solemn promise. . The line to be pursued by the defense has not yet been made public, but it will probably bo misplaced con fidence on the part of the defendant. Ottumwa (la. ) Dispatch. Rudy's Pile Suppository is guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipation, or money refuuded. 50 cents per box. Send stamp lor circular and free sample to Martia Rudy, Lancaster, Pa. For sale by all firstciass druggists, and in Topeka by W. R. Kennedy, corner Fourth and Kausaj aveaue. undry :flaclilee Wbr! ESTABLISHED Topeka Foundry ESTABLISHED 1868. EnrFACTur.Es of stsak ziranTEs, hill isachhtssy, shaftiiis, P'JLLISS, GEAEETSS, FIXTIITaS. 73. Write for Prices. TO PF"li K k N Fill --r-1' -S TV 'v " in Taimaso her . " ; i ' 1 i ( t iSte'kK SfflRT FACTOR? E. a YiOOLGER, Kgr. Li J w S A I 825 IXAITSA If you wish to buy or rent a first cbisa new or upon the most favouable terms, call upon us. t-REPAIRING SOLICITED. 14 V 1 For a slmrt time, in r.:o- to make room for our Wmtr'K tuikn. tlio (ias cnnmnnT triPi tl!iv?r at Clle to ..-m? grniAy r.ln:e I rate, viz: l.uiiit) cjki' a.t $4.oO i"-f ton of P.iry buoheU, an. I cru-iid :' a. $-i.Ol per uni. As to tue valuti of lln -o,v. n.pi!isily for liin.-c'.M anl b iselaraifr. we iiavo oiiy to n-ivr to iIioh of o.tr ciii zet'is -tit" ar aire;uly fa-n.ti.ir witli i iU4. Kutt U tho tuna to get iu yi.ur wiuUt's supply at a littie over p.;co. rr r ELSIOR COKE AND GAS CQFJJPAJMY, Corner 5th and Kansas Avo. HEAD! IS RAD! 1-Jx'iirs t 1-1 verv v!ie !' Itock Island li.o;ii:o. On tjeuiomtpr 3.tn ati-i October 9th we will sell jlarve.it K:-:e.irdoin tickets to ali poinLs in To liidiitti and Oibt ltoaia territories, Te;:ne.-se, ,i is-sissippi, L'mWiaua, Arkansas Norih and South Carolina, Geurgi aud Florida, at the luw rate of oae fare for ttie round trip, plm two djiiars. Tickets will be goo 1 tot- re turn within twejty d .iy.j wita to. over privileyej. SJU..J0. tit. Louia and return. Tickets on eaie Sept. 2'J to Oet. (i meiu.sve. Good to re.ura including Oct. S. Kansas City Fair and Priests of Palace parade. Oae Tare fur round trip, 'iicnots on sale Oct. 1st to 7lh. Good to return Oct. 8. For State Fair at Wichita ouo fare fyr round trip, $4 0.2. Ticket on isii.,e Oct. 1st to 6th. Good re timing Oct. 7. 11. O. Gakvky, C, T. & P. A g;t. YOU HAD BETTER GO To JJim ire ,i I-'iir. Beautiful Birmarck Grove, September 24 to 29 inclusive. Only 81 cuts for the round triji. Hi ' agricultural a. id horti cultural displays; $.3 OJ'J cadi purs in the speed ring. Wild herdi of baifito and antelope. Three grand political days. Indian school band. Great su.itn i attle. Three trains daily via the Union 1 acitic; all stopping at the g He. A 1 iasioa to all only 25 cams. Call at ycur nearest Union Pacific agent for full piogramuie. A. M. Fuller. City Agent, U. P. lU.lway. A Ibonebtful I'crnoii 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, uo matter what the cau.se iu fact if your skuil was cracked it would prevent pa.u. The frequency of the attacks will diminish and by taking the capsules at the ap proach of a headache you will never havo another. 25c per box. Sold by Rowley Bros. For instance, Mrs. Chas. Rogers, of Bar City, Mich., accidentia spiilei scalding water over her little boy. Stie promptly applied De Witt's Witch Hazel Salves, giving iustaat relief. lt'd a wonderfully good salve for burnea, bruises, sorea, and a sure cure for Piles. J. K. Junes. Call for Cubeb Cough Cure and insist upon having nothing else. 25 and 50 cent bottles. Try it and if it is not as we say the best remedy of the kind in the world we ask you to caadeoiu it to all your friends. Soid by Rowley Bros. Ir i lyii niM 3I-etinT. No Griping, no Nausea, no Pain, when De Witt's Little Early Rises are taken. Small PilL Beat Pilh Best Pill J. K. Jones. A stimulant is often needed to nourish and strengthen the roots and to keep the hair a natural color. Hall's Hair Reuewer is the best tonic for the hair. "There is a Salvo ior every wound." We refer to Da Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, cures burns, bruises, cuts, indolent sjrea, as a local application in the nostrils it cures catarra, and always cures piles. J. K. Jones. Every household should bo prepared for emergencies, for how often, "like a thief in the night" croup or whooping cough may coma upon u dear child wiiiiuitt warning and la a tew hours place its sweet life in balance by a slender thread. Cubeb Cough Cure promptly uaed. will avert all danger. Delays are dangerous. Sold ty Rowley Bros. Silver Leaf vinegar remains in the front. It is the best table and pic-kline vinegar. Ask your grocer for it and take no other. It 13 the cheapest 1875. FORMERLY and Machine Yorks COFRAN, Pronristor. TfsPFfA- I ill Liili i . nrgest and most complete tJe fc'tixto. in connec tion vhrn we repair our c stoxex3 siiir ts FREE. 2ioe 153. G25 J.TicIrnoii SI ud ORGANS S AVBNTJJE. seeoud-hand Piano or Oroav, t ww p3 ! A1T2 'w- W XJ Q i ', i j I 1 Lw - c 3 IP t! ; I at ii Good Printing O O 9 ail :r y; ycur coj-j, wita . . . or C3j ti- is ujr Charles Worrail, Electric Printer, S07 gWSiS WEf-IYE. a idam 8 J i ti err? m Cor. Elm-TTjod ;-.nl T7ill2 Arc, U ret win riace, ,Topca, aasas. Grows and fe!ls Plant Mkci a upecmlty of Cut Flowers. i)'i,n all Kinds of floral w.rk in fir.it class muiiner. Tclo"ac3 133. !-T--i m & TCP2ZA O & Trincffi r.nrnnnnv. . t j 0 ? Tela. P. EAG01T. Prop, ri A VT"??n. TTT? A rirt A mm, W Aim W W Practical - HorsQ-Shoer A A S; 213 WEST FIFTH Telep3n3 483, STREET. Horses with diseased feet akllfnUy treat!. Track aod road-slioeiou a bpauiaity. i t 13 I P k ' Fil w v xt w ' i.i :.. ,. . " " X.,.. ''".'t' JS-' t' ' V ... tv s , f