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STATE JOURNAL, MONDAY EVENING,
OCTOBER S. 189i. r: i i f .- v A RETIRED BUSINESS WOMAN. A Page From Her History. The important experiences of other are lnterestiu. The 'ol lowing Is no exception: '"I Lad been troubled with heart disease 23 yifari, mucb of that lime very seriously. For live years I was treated by one physician con tinuously. I was i i busine&s, but obliged to retire on account of lay health. A phy sician toll ray frieid-j that I could not live a rtiouth. Myfeeta:iJ limbs were badly swol len, and I was indeed in a serious condition wi-an a sjrntiern:i.n directed mv Httentioa to Ir. Miles' New Hes.rt Otre. and said that hla Bitter, who had betn afflicted v.!th heart dis ease, had be-.'ti cur-;-fl by the remedy, and was a?alnatron?, hetltby woman, I 'purchased a bottle cf the Ren rt Cure, and in less than an hour xttir tuk.ng the first dose I couid feel a d'.ciied improvement in 1 he circulation r? ray bio id. Whei I hud taken three doses I c'uid rr.o'o nav an iies, something I had not done for months. ar d my limbs had been swol len so loo rti.at they seemed almost putriiiad. I! -fore 1 had taken one bottie of the New rleart Cure the ST.'i lllng had all pono down, and I was so much better that I did rny own wcrk. On my recommendation fiv other-? ara taking this valuable remedy." Mrs. lic;aa. ExiO W. Iiairion Sr.. Chlcapo, 111. 'Dr. .'Miles' N .? H ;;.rt Cure, a discovery of an eminent specialist in heart disease, is sold by fill druggists on a positire guarantee. or seit by thtf Vr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, lnd., on receipt of price, $1 er bottle, s-ix bottles for f 5, express prepnid It is positively free froia ni opiates or aungerous drugs. Fer Hal by all Drncglsta. Atrlilaon. Topeka A Manta Fe K. II. Ce The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe K. R. Co., will be held at the office of the company in Tobeka, Kansas, on Thurs day, the twenty-fifth dav of October, 1894, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon for the election of Directors and the transaction of any other business that may legally ccme before the meeting-. The Stock Transfer book will be closed at the close of business on September 2.5th, 1894, and re-opeued. October 26th, lhiii. Edward Wilder, Secretary. Topeka, Kansas September 22, 18d4 TI Xe-rr Vrxtibnlfd Train Service Via Chicago A Grand Trunk, Grand Trunk, and Lehigh Valley railways, be tween Chicago aud New York and Phil adelphia, via the famous SLClair Tunnel, Niagara Falls, and the beautiful Susque hanna, Wyoming and Lehigh Valleys, known a the "Switzerland of America," oilers elegant appointments and is the moat piciuresque route connecting these leading cities. Train leaves Dearborn Station, Chicago, daily 3:10 p. in. Is V oar flair Dry and ftrlttle. Fall ins Out or Tnriin; Gray! These are only indications that the fol licies or roots of the hair are getting weakened or diseased. Begjs' Hair Reaewer will strenjlhea and invigorate the follicles and the hair wiil regain its natural color aad become soft, (flossy and healthy. Sold by W. R. Kennady. SJ.t'.i, YV ieiiit a and Ketarn, S4.C. By the Santa Fa Route. Rudy's Pile Suppository is guaranteed to cure Files and Constipation, or money refunded. 50 cents per box. Send stamp lor circular and free sample to Martin Rudy, Lancaster, Pa. For sale by all lirstclass druggists, and hi Topeka by V. R. Kennedy, corner Fourth and Kansas avenue. S4.U2, Wichita and Ketarn, S4.G. By the Santa Fe Route. Prescott Jfc Co, have removed to Ko. 113 West Eighth street. GREAT FAILURE I The Boston Sfcoe Co., at 511 US SAS W E., have reeeivei aivd opened for inspection at their mammoth Shoe Emporium a Vtlde train load cf the latest styles an patterns cf FINE FOOTWEAR From two largj ffiaaafactoriiig con cerns in lassaefcusfUes. Look aad Read a Few of the in any Bargains. Ladles' i. 03 Hand V.'e'.t heavy sole f-otwear form aliaue. eaaat M'aiWiQi; Slioe nude, from AA to lib., 9-t.ao. Laiiies' tine S6 Kfi'd rurnsd Shoes, trimmed end viain, iu new stf .ro. Ladies' fin S4 ons. K:u and Cloth Top Bal tooral. sewed, pai. tpr piaji toe. $4. SO. lAuiei' Uua XriBC Aiber-a and Jul.ettes, $2.50 end is ou Mioes. W.l go at $1.45. I.aciiss' flue i.5e ( i;tras. bet tver shown in this city, all go ac ti.M. Ladles' 7i: Optra Tue Slipfera to cents. Men's Sne FiuiU flippers SO cei ts. Men's fine JaUior Tu ife i frhoe 3.00. !ao' trie tortforu 17. d thoe .(. Men s fio lLzua. usid tewui 14 bin e $?. SO. Mea'aBuoaad hefcry sole 42.50 Caif shoes l.fiO. Meu's best k!cd ofATert Shoes in Calf. Kip, (Oil lanced aad Seat hkin.ever shown at less s.han cost to niitmif aerire. Jiay's School Moes it fc fil.2S. Bost line of CiiJtrcn 3 hat 4 She, prices from so cents to $1.H. Finest line of ltJm Sitooes evar shown in this City at less i?rice th: n con ot stock. Call and i seine this DDiEBE Etsd cf mmi m v.m, &s we fed cenSItnt ytc ill it sdtei. A'o IrenLIe to show pels. BostonsSoB GO. 511 fS&ns&s A7e. Ull Kail Orders prosptlj dtedel to. Sole! NEWS OfKAi;SAS. Fx-Secretary of State Woodson Buried at Leavenworth. Damage Suit Against Ft. Seott Police Commissioners. OTHER STATE NEWS. Team of Wichita Horses Pur chased for Chauncey Depew. Leavenworth, Oct. 8. The funeral of Daniel Woodson, who as the first secretary of state of Kansas and at one time acting- governor, took place here yesterday morning at 9:30. lie died at Clamore, I. T., where he had been visit ing' his son, M. D. Woodson. He leaves three children living. One ia the wife of Mr. T. K. Foster, of Kansas City, Kan. The others are Mr. Warren Woo ison, of Kastoa, Kan., and Mosby D. Woodson, of Clamore, 1. T. He was also an uncle to Robert Pate. A daughter died twelve years ago. The home of the deceased was in Coffeyville, Kan., where lie was county clerk for the past ril'teen years. Daniel Woodson was born in Albe marle county, Virginia, May 23, lb4. He was editor of the Lynchburgh Re publican when little more than a boy. In lb-51 he edited the Republican Advo cate at Richmond, Va. lie came to Leavenworth in the early 50's, aad at once took an active p:rt in the troubles of that time, lio was known as a "border rutiian." Juce 23, 1S;4, he was appointed territorial secretary of state at the time Governor Reeder was appointed, and was the rirat secretary of state in Kansas. He was acting as gov ernor about the years 1807-S. In 1S5S he was appointed receiver of public moneys with headquarters at Kickapoo, Leaven worth county. Ilia career was an active one until his death. POLICE COMMISSIONERS SUED, A Ft. Scott Man Asks $,5,OO0 Because They Xon't Enforce The i.a w. Ft. Scott, Oct, 8. W. 13. Webster has filed another sensational damage suit in the district court one that is a novelty in that line. In this action Henry J. Randall, a minor of the age of 11 years, by his mother, Harriet E. Randall, his next friend, is the plaintiff, who asks $5,000 damages from George Kurtz. Thomas Cochran, J. Bamberger and John Crow. The petition is a voluminous one. It charges the first named defendant with running a saloon and the last tlirae the Ft. Scoit police commis iouers with ac ceptitig a division of the money male in the illegal aod unlicensed business. His grounds for damages are in the al legation that the defendant Kurtz sold the plaintiffs father intoxicating liquor for a beverage, and thus rendered h ni incapable of providing for his family; and that the defendant commissioners, m open violation of their oaths to uphold and enforce the laws of the state, re fused to compel him to quit the business, but rather arranged wita him for the carrying on of the same, con:rary to law. JKWELL COUNTY MAX HELD. Arreated in Kansas City on a Tljfrau I'rom Ilia Home. Kansas Citt, Mo., Oct. 8. At the re quest of Sheriff D. C Haggart, of Jeweil county, Kansas, the police last eveuing arresied a man who is known as J. E. Brady, J. H. Baker or J. II. Bradford. The telegram requestijg his arrest read: "Shadow a man cading for two trunks expressed from Burr Oak, Kan., over the Union Pacific raiiroad, addressed to J. E. Brady. Arrest tha man. He is described as five feet uina inches in haigrht, weig-hs 150 pounds, has dark complexion, dark mustache, dark eyes. His name is J. H. Baker. Hold hiia until Monday.'' When arrested he was accompanied by a plain looking woman with red hair, and when taken to the station registered as J. 11. Bradford. The detective.! believe thd man has eloped with some other man's wife and the other man wants the trunks, BELIKVLD TO U DEAD. A Young: Man Living Near Atchison Never Iteaelied His Destination. Atchison, Oct. 8. Will McGowan, a young man who used to live with George Shackleford, south of town, left in March for Johnson county where he had rela tive living and where ho huped to se cure em loyment. Nothing more was thought cf the matter until a few days ago when Shackleford received word from Johnson county that the young man had not arrived at his destination. A young man answering McGowau's de scription was drowned in the river near the soldiers' home a few days after he left his Ixome in Walnut township. Upon learning a few days ago that Mc Gowan had not reached Johnson county Shackleford has decided that he was drowned. His relatives have been noti fied and an investigation will be made. BEPEW BUYS KANSAS HORSES. The Famous New Yorker Buys a Team of Mares at Wichita. Wichita, Oct. 8. Chauncey Depew wili soon be driving down tn boulevards and the avenues of Gotham behind two Wichita horses. During the fair Grant H-Ufield drove two fleet bay mares. They are a perfect team andean make the mile under forty. A man came to him and told hira he wanted the pair. He said he would give hiiii $600 for them and Grant took ic The man said his name was John J. Hilgert and said the purchase was made for Chauncey Depew- of .Ne- York. Mr. Depew, he said, had delegated him to get him a fine team and he knew where Jo Patchen and John It Gentry were reared and that Wichita must have some more like them. He came to the fair and watched. He ieeined delighted with his purchase. PRESBYTEKIAN SYNOD. The Meetings of Saturday arid Sunday of the Annual Gathering at Sail no.. Sai.ina, Oct. 8. The I'resby terian aynod devoted Saturday forenoon to the reports of the committee on colleges. Dr. Hewitt presented the interests of tht Emporia college; Dr. Hurcty those of Oswego college for younsr lad es and Rev. A. B, Irwin those of Highland uni vrsity. Dr. Phraner of 2iaw York, and Rev. Thomas Marshall. D. D., field secretary of Chicago, an address on "Christianity and the South Land," by Rev. J. F. Sauerber of Emporia, occupied the greater portion of the eveainc. The Sunday services at the different denominational churches wer largely attended. Msmbsugh Nominated. Atchison, Oct. 8. Three different candidates have been nominated by the Democrats here for city representative to thw state legislature. Two of them have refused to run. The third nomination was made Saturday, and Col. S. F. Stam baugh, editor of the Daiiy Patriot, was the man chosen. He has consented to PANIC AT A THEATER. The Cry of Eire Caused a Mad Rush to Get Out in a Chicago House. Chicago. Oct 8. Panic at Jacob's Charles Street theater followed the dis covery of fire in an adjoining buildiujr last night. Nearly half tha audience rushed from the theater and the remain der was thrown into confusion before it was discovered that no lives were iu dan ger. The employes and polico at the theater made every effort to prevent a panic and to assure the audience the tire was in an adjoining building, but this had no eifect upon the frightened men and women who were determined to get out at all hazards. The greatest confusion attended the wild rush of those who were iu the gal lery. Three hundred men and boys were compactly crowded into the stairway leading to the street. They swore, howled and fought in their mad rush to break down the door. Only the effective and timely work of a policeman prevented their trampling each other to death. After several minutes determined work with his club and voice the officer suc ceeded in clearing the door and stairway and getting the crowd under control. A number of persona were seriously injured iu the crush and several women were removed in a fainting condition but uone were fatally hurt. ANARCHISTS AGAIN ACTIVE A I'lot Extending All Over Italy Discov ered by tlie X'olice. Milan. Oct. 8. There has been a re newal of anarchistic activity here. An infernal machine has bee:: found upon the window sill of the police barracks. A lighted fuse was attached to the ma chine. Happily the fuse was extinguish ed . efore an explosion occurred, beveral arrests have been made, as a result of the police inquiry into the outrage. Rome, Oct. 8. According to the Chis ciotte, the police have discovered an an archistic plot extending over the whole of Italy and organized by Albani, the notorious anarchist. TROUBLE NOT OVER. The Worst in the Madagascar Question ia Yet to tome. Washington, Oct. 8. The authorities heie do not consider the Madagascar questioa, which looked so ominous dur ing the last wuek as settled, but merely postponed until the latter part of this month. The French oliioial who has been author. zed to lake summary steps to maintain France's position ia Mada gascar, will not arrive here until Octo ber 13. The recent flurry was due to his departure from Paris, but it will be, when he arrives at his destination and begins the execution of his vigorous policy, that the real contest between France and Great Britain may be expected to arise. Semi-otScial advices received here are to the effect that the French ofiicial is directed to close the long contention by asserting tho rights of France, and then backing them up with force. To this end 2,000 French troops will soon follow the official. It is believed, therefore, that while the recent announcement that France had blockaded Madagascar ports was prema ture, it foreshadows stirring events in Madagascar as soon as the French envoy reaches there. II US P. AND WANTS ALIMONY W. H. Itapier Will Have to Go to tine Four House Uulets Ilia Wife Helps Iliui. A motion is being argued in the dis trict court today to compel Mrs. Lelia Z. Rapi-. r to support her divorced husband, William B. Rapier. The case is an un usual one and has been in the district court more than a year. For many years Mr. and Mrs. Rapier lived on a farm west of Topeka. which is valued at $12,500. The property all finally got into Mrs. Rapier's name. Then domestic trouble and a divorce resulted. Mr. Rapier is over 70 years of age, while his wife is not much over 00. Lawyer Isenhart says his client, Mr. Rapier, is completely destitute and will have to go to the poor house unless he caa get a part of the considerable property now alleged to be in his wife's name. DIED FROM FASTING. Prof. Sloan Dies After Abstaining From Eood for Eifty Days. Chicago, Oct. 8. Prof. Wm. Sloan died at his home today after a fast of fifty days. Prof. Sloan, who was a prominent educator and newspaper man, had been subject for many days to attacks of a strnuge disease, which he said compelled j him to lasL i He consequently lived three or four weeks without nounsuraeut, and his physicians had expected his recovery from the last attack. LOCAL MENTION. R. B. Welch speaks for the Republi cans today at Burlingame and Lyndon. Mrs. P. Volz and Mrs. Hannah Rush are expected home from a visit of a month iu Cincinnati, today. While they were away Mrs. Rush's little daughter died. State Bask Commissioner John W. Breidenthal is at Oswego today attend ing the trial of the celebrated .uatthewa Angleou bank case. This is the big bank which failed at Parsons about a year ago. Supeeted Train Robbers Held. Phcenix, Ariz., Oct. 8. Two more men suspected of complicity in the hold up of the Southern Pacific express train near Maricopa last week, have been taken into custody. J. O'Srien was arrsted yesterday at Casa Grande, twe ity-six miles from the scene of the robbery." An other man who answers to the descrip tion of Arthur Rogers, one of the men wanted, was captured on the Gila river near Yuma. Subscribe forth. Daily ssia.tjc Jocks al The latest investigations by the United States and Cana dian Governments show the Royal Baking Powder supe rior to all others in purity and leavening strength. Statements by ether mci7izifacturers to the coiitrary have beeti declared by the official authorities falsifications of the official reports. Ft PS Li A. ROYAL BAKINS POWDER CO.. V v J-r-a. -P- .F-Ja-T J-lrt STAGE GLINTS. . It has been settled that Lonise Beau clet will bo seen in "Jaciiita. " Trixie Friganza is to star in Carrie W. Colburn'splay, "The Little Joker. " It is said that Joseph Arthur will pro duce another play from his own pen this season. It is said that a play entitled "Gos sip," by Clyde Fitch, has been bought by AuKustin Daly. Lloyd Brice, the editor of The North American Review, is writing a play for Richard Mansfield. Oscar Wilde has finished a new play, lie Bays it concerns no social problem, and that it contains his best work. Alexander Salvini has adapted a com edy called "The Student of Salamanca, " Which he will produce this season. Joseph Reynolds says that Mrs. Laugtry will sail for America on Oct, 27 and will remain here until June. Mme. Janauschek and Kate Claxton will play a fall season together in the large eastern cities, beginning on Oct. 15. Vhen Mrs. James Brown Potter ap pears in .New Ycrk, she will produce a version of "Marion de Lorme, " writ ten for her by F. C. Nirdlingcr. The action of Victorien Sardou's new play "Gismonda; or,- The Duchess of Athens," is laid in Greece in 1157. A reproduction of th Parthenon will be ouo of tho scenic attractions. William Greer Harrison, who wrote "The Prince of Ulster," which James O'Neill produced, has also written a comedy in blank verse called "Runny raede, ' ' which will be put on by Fred erick Warde. The Pul'man t'onipany'i Defense. Chicago, Oct. 8. A lease was filed to day in the circuit court before Judge Gibbons in behalf of the Pullman Palace Car company in defense of the quo war ranto proceedings besun by Attorney General Maloney. It denies the charges that the company is exceeding its rights iu doing bu-cneas not provided for by its charter. The time allowed for tiling the plea expired today. Palo Alto Trotters (o F.tst. San Francisco. Oct. 8. Forty-seven trotters from the Palo Alto stock farm owned by the Stanford estate, will be shipped east next week to be sold at auction in New York. The lot includes some of the best bred animals the farm b,as produced and among the number are Day Bell, a half brother to Abdeloiand Truman, a speedy son of Electioneer. I'eadinz Keeelvers Case Continued. Philadelphia, Oct, 8. The case of the Reading railroad employes, who are members of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, against the receivers of the company, which was brought before the United States district court on Friday, was continued today before Judge Dallas, and after a brief argument was post poned until Friday of this week. Knaiisa Crninera Ordered Emt. Ckonstadt, Oct. 8. -The .Russian cruisers Djigit ar.d Via im r Monomach have been ordered to proceed to the far east A Wealthy Chicago Dead. Chicago, Oct. 8. Andrew Shaw, a weailiy, and prominent board of trade man, died suddenly last night. LOCAL MENTION. Wm. Towlea who died at Silver Lake last Saturday was buried today at 10 a. m. The funeral of Mrs. E. J. Snyder was held yesterday at 2 o'clock at the First Christian church. Rev. B. L. Smith con ducted the service. The pulpit at Martin chapel was occu pied yesterday by Rev. Frank Roach of Baldwin, Kansas. Mr. Roach was form erly of Waverly, Ills., and a large num ber of Topeka citizens who had resided there were among his congregation yes terday. For Over Fifty Vri Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for teething. It syothes, softens the gums, allays pain, cures colic. Best remedy for diarrhoea. 25 cents a bottle. ,top That Coasli With Beggs' Cherry Cough Syrup. It is the most effective medicine ever put on the market for ail throat and lung troubles. Price 25, 50 and 1.00. W. R. Kennady your enterprising drusrgist keeps it. All the talk in the world will not con- vince you so quickly as one trial of De ; Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for Scalds, ; Burns, Bruises, Skin Affections and Piles. J. K. Jones Ayer's Ague Cure is warranted to cure all cases of malaria- Sold by druggists Price, $1. Silver Leaf vinegar remains in the front. It is the best table and pickling vinegar. Ask your grocer for it aud take no other. It ia the cheapest. hi ( 108 WALL ST.. NEW-YORK. MINISTERS RETURNING. Foreign Representatives Who Have Keen Away Are Coining Itack. Washington, Oct. 8. Commandant Graudpre, military attache of the French embassay heie, has returned from a trip through California and Alaska. .Mr. De Mezey, consular of the Aus trian legation, will 'probably be assigned to a post in Europe when Chevalier de Tavara, the Austrian minister, leaves for his new post in Brazil next month. Ambassador Patenotre, of France, is visiting in Philadelphia, the guest of his father-in-law, Mr. Eiverson. Mr. M. Y. Chung is the diplomat of the Chinese legation whose thorough knowledge of English makes him the medium of communication betweeu the legation and the press and public. Mr. Chung is a Yale graduate and a member of the Delta Kappa Epsilou college fraternity. He is one ofthe first Cliiuene officials able to speak English without a trace of foreign accant. Jlr. Von liengenmueller, the new Austrian misister to this country will briug a bride to Washington when ho ar rives next month. Sha belongs to the Polish nobility and the marriage, with the minister was a social eveutat Vienna during his recent visit there. WELCOME WILSON HOME. The Congressman is Met by a Delegation With a Special Train. Chahlksiowx, Jefferson Co., W. Va., Oct. 8. Hon. W. L. Wilson arrived here at 2 o'clock this afternoon from the east. He was met at Harper's Ferry by a special train crowded with enthusiastic Second district Democrats who escorted lam to his native town. In Mr. Wilson's party were Hon. Robert W. 11. Hunter i of Virginia, Charle-i Hamlin, assistant ! secretary, of the treasury, lion. R. T. Burton of Winchester, Virginia, Hon. John T. McGraw, chairman of tha Democratic congressional committee, ex Congressman B. F. Meyers of Harris burg, Pa., and Hon. Fred J. Nelsou of Frederick City, Md. The great mass meeting was convened at the court house immediately after the arrival of the special bearing Mr. Wil son, chairman Mr. McGraw calling the meeting to order and introducing Mr. W ilsou. TWO MEN KILLED. A Steam Tlpe Explores in the Illinois Steel Works. Chicago, Oct. 8. Two men were kill ed today iu the Illinois Steel Works by the explosion of a steam pipe. The dead are: William Miller, oO years old, mar ried. A. B. Sharrow, unmarried. The recovery of the injured is doubt ful. They ara John II ;strom, Thomas Dorsey, Oscar Wagner, Joseph Todhuu ter and Peter Moxey. All were employes at the South Chica go mill and the injured were taken to the company hospital there. RO CKISLAND ROUT E. EXCURSION ANNOUNCEMENT, On October 9th we will sell special ex cursion tickets to all points iu Texas, lu dian and Oklahoma territories.Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana. Rate, one first class fare, plus $2.00, for round trip. Good for twenty days from date of sale, with stop-over privileges. Wichita and return, one fare ($4.62) for round trip. Tickets on sale Oct. tilh to 10th, inclusive. Good returning up to and including Oct. 13th. Come and see us. No trouble to an swer questions. H. O. Garvkt, Agt.. 601 Kan. Ave. m-i.Gi. tVichita and Keturn, Sl.OJ. By the Santa Fe Route. 84.64, Wichita and Itetura. S4.CS. Bv the Santa Fe Route. The Static Journal's Want and Mis cellaneous columns reach each working day in the week more than twiea as many Topeka people as can be reached through any other papar. This is a face S4.Ce. Wlrhila and Ketarn, S4.G2. By the Santa Fe Route. t.6i. Wichita and Itetnrn, S4.CJ. By the Santa Fe Route. Prescott & Co. have removed to No. 118 West Eighthjsueet. Webb & Harris,druggists, Bennett'sFlas. TOPEKA THEATER. WEEK CCT. 8, Sat. Matinee, 2:ii0. Stewart & Halladay's Musical Burlesque Specialty 23 PEOPLE. 2t Sweet Singers! Clever Comedians. bei;fihtf ul Oanee.sl The Event of the See Our Grand March. 12 Beautiful Ladi93 Led by Nellie Elmer. Every night, S:30. Saturday Matinee. 2;aj. o increase In prices 10. 20. so ceuU. 2so wore J ( P m r. V 4 , tjj c- - S ' C2 ,..-t ( f E J n Oi-iUxU. .a - is o jrrm - '. v m : ; "tT"11 T?"1-!- J J e '". ;-: OS (F: , v::' OT1 V V ' r , 1 1 1.1 u"