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STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14, 1894.
x r h J i ( CM? Grans! Curtains! curtains! We placo them on sale this week at a price that will stagnate the curtain trade of every other store in this city, but will push ours for ward with a great rush. Save, money now by purchasing your curtains during this sale. to 1 Bianitfts.Mittens.Gioves.underwea Are you preparing yourself with these cold preventives? The winter is fast approaching. To enjoy good health you must have them. Gienilic Curtains Heduceil from $2.85 to 32.00 pr 2.98 to 2.25 pr 4.25 to 3.00 pr 4.75 to 3.37 pr 5.00 to 3.47 pr 5.50 to 3.98 pr 5.75 to 4.25 pr 0.00 to 4.38 pr 7.50 to 5.37 pi ll. 50 to 8.25 pr 9.00 to 0.47 pr 10.50 to 8.25 pr Silk Striped Curtains 50 inches wide, fringed on both ends. Reduced from b'8.75 to SG.50. Silk Darby Curtains in beautiful designs; some thing entirely new. Re duced from 20 to $14r. Medium Weight Silk Curtains, 50 inches wide. Reduced from $13.50 to $10. Hops Portifirs Ili'JueiMl froiri 5.00 to $3.35 pr G.50 to 5.00 pr 8.5'J to 0.15 pr Couch covers $1.83 each. We handle the best Car pet Sweepers in the mar ket. You have no idea how much you can save yourself by using or e of our Carpet Sweeners. Prices 2.50 and 83.56. j Carpet Department. lhis week you can have your pick of any Body Brussels Carpet we have in the house for Sl.OD a yard. These patterns always sold for $1.15 and $1.25 a yard. Come and get your fir3t pick. Window Shades made and put up. Our 25c and 40c made-up shades, size 3 ft. by 7 ft., are hum mers. ii CI If you need Oil Cloths for under stoves come and get our prices. We can sell you a good qualitjr at 25c a square yard. Lino&sisn.' This is the material that makes a good floor covering i for oiliess, stor33, dining rooms and kitchens. ' We never had a better as sortment. Prices always the i lowest. ; This will be a very attrac tive place for you this week. A place to save a little monev. Blankets. Our first Blanket sale was a grand success, both to the purchaser and ourselves. Everyone that was fortu nate enough to secure a sup ply during this sale said they had never purchased Blankets so cheap. There were many who failed to get their supply. For the benefit of such we will sell Blankets this week at the same price. Buy a nice warm Blanket now Avhen it is cheap. 5,000 yards best Indigo Blue Prints, 4c. 1,000 yards lG-in. Twilled Cotton Crash, worth Gic, will sell this lot for -lie. 0,030 yards heavy 4-4 Bleached Muslin, worth 7c, for 44C 8 Csnts. 1,500 yards heavy Chevoit Shirtings, worth 10c. will I close them out for Gc. 1 ?i See our Half-Hose lor 15 c. For Monday, 25 dozen Gents' Australian Lambs Wool Half-Hose in natural and black, only iioc a pair. Gents7 Merino Ave are selling Mittens, Children's All Wool Mittens only 10c a pair. Children's All Wool Mittens, extra quaiity,only 15c a pair. Children's All Wool Mittens with cord and tas sel at the wrist at 20, 23 and 25c a pair. Boys' Double Mittens, Scotch mixed, a beauty, only 25c a pair. Boys' Double Woolen Mittens, plain black, 30c a pair. Ladies' Black Woolen Mittens, 15c a pair. ' Here is a hummer. La dies' Black Cashmere Mit tens 25c a pair. Ladies' Fine All Wool Mittens with fancy wrists 3oc a pair. Ladies' Black Double Silk Mittens, worth 75c, for 59c a pair. Ladies' Black Silk Mit tens with fancy black, only 89c a pair. Ladies' Black Silk Mit tens at SI, $1.25, $1.39, 81.50 and $1.75. Gloves. Gents' Scotch Gloves heavy weight, worth 50c, our price only 39c a pair. Gent's Seamless Heavy Wooled Gloves worth 75c, our price now 50c. Underwear. Ladies' Ribbed Vests and Pants, nicely made. This is worth 50c; you can buy them now for 35c each. 3Tc. One lot Ladies' Flat Un derwear, slightly soiled, was 50c, closing them out at 37c each. 49c. Children's Union Suits in Egyptian and natural grep, only 49c a suit. One lot Children's Grey Underwear to close out, worth twice m the price we are going to sell them. IS 2 ) 22 24 2628 Price 15el9e2Jc2ae25e23j32icS3e 3oc. Gents' Ribbed Fleeced Lined Underwear. Don't miss seeing them at 39c. 50c. Gent's Heavy Ribbed Cotton Underwear in tan, only 50c. Do you want a bargain in underwear. Hear it is: Gents' Heavy Weight Underwear in broken sizes worth $1 and $1.25, will close them out at 7oc each. Ladies' Natural Grey Union Suits, only 50c. Ladies' Egytian Union Suits with tape neck, nicely finished, winter weight. Price 50c. Ladies' Camel Hair Un ion Suits, only a few left. Reduced from $1.75 to 81.29. Umbrellas. Stationer; We have just opened .1 beautiful line of Stationery and have marked it ju-t about one-half the usual price. We will sell you t box of 24 sheets of good smooth note paper and L ! envelopes to match for IOl. In Satin and Linen fini.-h at 12Ac, 15c, 20c, 25 e. and 30c a box, paper and 11 velopes. New tinted Papor in Violet, Heliotrope, Shell Rose, Sapphire, Azure, Sliver Lirey, jfrimro:;;. and Canary. .;n r, .,,1 i X KJ II It 1 J1I1U L u U quality very fine; sou.! enough for anybody. Commercial and 1!; ronial cream and whit Envelopes at -4c, 5c and 0 pack, just half the regular price. Cream and v. l.i' Ruled and unruled nod paper at 17 and 30c pound Umbrellas. Received Saturday 1' Ladies' Umbrellas; just th thing for a Holiday pr:---:.: should you intend ivin one this year. Our asoi t ment of handles is very complete. Natural Wool, C ar ve 1 1 5 o n e , Celluloid, Dresden Knobs, Cry.-tal and Gold. We have just rec-iv d another invoice of Ba-kot We are showing the popu lar thini? just at present. JLifJiA A Jj0 DS, CARPETS AND MILLINERY, Tit and 719 KANSAS AVENUE it has the ciiancl:. Ex-Congrassman Thomas Ryan Says the Republican Party CAN NOW DO SOMSrHIK WISE If It AVatit T It Xow Huth Op porlnnity to lie uedy Ciiilin Evils. Ex-Congressman Thumai Ilyan came home in time to vcte aud will remain in Topeka. lie expaets his family hera Boon. 'Generally,'- s lid ha to a Journal re porter, "I was Bom -jwhat surprised at the result of the election and of course agreeably so. '1 til eiectiou, teaches sev eral things and the Republican party lias a glorious opportunity. I have the greatait confidence in the American people and it would be folly to assert that there is no cause for this dissatisfaction au 1 unrest. There is cause for it and tho Kepublicau party now has the opportunity to find out the cause of the trouble and then rectify it. I believe the statesmen of the Repub lican party are e jual to the task and that that they will discover the cause and apply tho reme-dy. "What tho truj lame of the trouble is I do u A pretend to t-ay. It is a question which re pxires earnest, careful thought. The laboring pfoi le seem to think that the great aggregations of capital which are co ista nly beiutr formed draw nure than their share from the products of la bor, aud 1 am not prepared to tuy that they h.ive uot j ust cause for complaint The humau race is etlfish and every one tries to make all thj money he can, which is perfectly legitimate; but apply the arne rule to corpo -utions aud it is differ ent. The buintsa of the individual is crushed out and competition destroyed, d ak- our rreat railway systems; there is not one of them which is not capitalized for twice the coat cf the construction and equipment. This einipiy means that it requires twice as much to pay a profit on j the investment as it would if the road j vere capital. zed at the actual coat, and this money must cotrii? out of the men who pay for fr iht or other transportation. It makes a great deal of dilXerenco to me, if 1 a n a manufacturer, whether it rosta rue 2j or 50 c.mts to get the article I manufacture to market. My prolix roust be less or the consumer must pny more for the article. That is why it is that the railroads can not charge less for transportation ai d mike a pro.it on the money invoted. One difficulty in the way of rectifying tils evil is that inno cent people ftouiJ have to suffer if auy Chungs we re mado. The stock has all been sold iud tho men who are respon sible for the robbeiy would not suffer. "We will have to get dawn to a new basis. If I v.sn to o across tha street to the owner of a building: to rent a room he would aik me a certain price, and he might show mo that the buildintf cost him .foJ.OUJ, aud ttat the price asked for the rooms would ooiy pay him a fair profit on the investment. I ouid offer no objection to an thine: so reasonable. IJut ju.-t across die street is another buiidiu, tnd the proprietor shows me tht tLa building coat him $25,000, and that he can reat me rooms for ha'.f what tha otiier man ollerad t , and still make u fair profit on his investment. -Which rooms will I take? The sec m 1 man's rooms of courss. And the tirst man must come down to a new basis or he will not bs aole to rent his rooms; and that is the way it is with the business of the country, even thou h it must set hard upon some. "Never has a political party had a more gloriom opportunity to make a record and the Republican party will prove worthy of the couti i"ucc- besto .ved upon it by the peop le at .his election. 'As far as the Populist party is con cerned I believe that it is now practically dead. Another party will t,tkx 13 place, probably the silver party of the western states, but in my opinion there will be no more Populist p irty." N E WUOIYFOIIATION S. NORTH TOPEKA. TO BEGIN ON TIES DAY. Items Companies (h-anizi-ii To do lousiness in Kansas Granted Cli:irier. The following charters have been liied with the secretary of state: The Xorlens-Vanneso I.uiliinsr asso ciation of Kansas City, Kansas. Capital stock. $23,000. Directors: P. O. Wheeler, P. Peterson, An?. Moline, Jcha Bj ork man and Frank Porsberg-. The Ingalls Irritrition ami Canal com pany. Capital slock. $5'J,-;0J. To onerate in Gray county. IX rectors: D. W. Bat ton, D. B. Huntrate. Smith Payne, V. M. Brooks and C. B." Dousrlass. The West Appanoose Cemetery asso ciation of Franklin county. Capital stock. $13'). Directors: Jackson Steele, J. II. McDaniels, Kiliott P. Scoville, W. II. Scoville and D. L. Mont comery. jIRS. CilA YE0 R DDETTER. On tlie Way to Kec-overy From Her Seri o in 1 n, i ii ry. Mrs. L. 31. Crawford's condition is very much improved today. She is still con fined to her bed. but it is expected she will be able to be up in a few days. The entire scalp was lifiad, bat the skull not injured as at first reported, from her head by her fall down stairs last week, but she wiil not necessarily bear the marks of it. The fracture of her arm is getting1 along as wed and as rapidly as could be expected. There are maay in quiries about her condition at the home, and all are told that she is mending rapidly. A DANGEROUS PRACTICE. There l:lty Ordinance Agiinst Getting: Too Fautiliar Witli Kir Hose. There ia a good healthy city ordinance that treats particularly about ridiug ever hose at a fire, and Charles Foster, L. Van liook and P. T. VaaNess my yet learn about it to their cost. At the tire at tha Sumner school, hose was stretched almost everywhere, and it wis all three or four policemen could do to keep the people oil it. The three above named did drive over it in the dark, and were in police court to explain how it happened. Mr. Foster was discharged. The two other gentlemen admitted drivine over it, but sai 1 they did it accilentally in the dark, and didn't know it was naughty, anyway. The minimum line is ten dollars for the offense, wtiich ruth er atagg-ered even Juiire Eosmin;-?r's hard heart, and ho took the matter uuier advisement until tomorrow tnorain. of Interest from tlie North Side of tlie Itiver. t Henrv M. Hale, senior member of the firm of Hale & Evans, has gone east on a business trip. Air Tijrht Oak Stoves at O. M. Brill'?. Special prices ou dinner sets at O. M. Brill's. Get our prices on Stoves, they are win ners at C). M. Brill'. O. M. Brill's little daughters Lutie and Pay came down from Wamesjo yesterday to witness the parade. They returned home today. Mrs. O'Neal of Valley Falls is the gut.'s of Mr. C S. Suarks. Miss "lacy Anderson of Los Angeles, Ca.b, is here to spend some time with her sister, Mrs. XV. II. Wood. The Genuine White O ak Stoves and Ranges at C). M. Brill's. For the next ten days we will offer special inducements to our customers on our entire Hue of Stoves, Tin ware, (2 tieensware, Glassware, etc., at O. M. Brill's. 0;ice tried, always used is the verdict of those who have used Oak stoves at O. II. Brill's. Buy the best stoves at O. M. Brill's. Remember cash will secure the lowest prices and the best grades at O. M. Brill's. Buy your Queensware and Glas3wat a O. M. Brill's. J. W. Morrow has gone to Lawrence on a business trip. Albert Pemberton of Emporia was the puest of W. C. Steele while here to see the biij paraie. .iiss -iaua Jackson will entertain a party of young people at her home this evening. Genuine Canadian Maple Svrun. war- j ranted pure and every can guaranteed to pivo satisfaction or money refunded. J. II. Heller, 10U2 Kansas avenue. The famous "Friend's" brand of white rolled oats in bulk at J. H. Heller's, lUOii Kansas avenue. XotiC r. On and after Nov. 18 the meat markets of North Topeka will not be opened on Sunday. Customers will please g-overn themselves accordingly. Goodman Bros, J. II. IIei.ler. P. 11. Stitt. Miss Gertrude Cheney who has been visiting her cou.sin Miss Bertha Hale, has returned to her horns In Burlington. SI ise Maggie Casey entertained a small party of friends at cards Monday even ing. Take your prescriptions to A. J. Arnold & on, 821 Kan ave.' Established 1ST0 A complete line of homoeopathic reme dies a t A. J. Arnold & Son's. Genuine Canadian Maple Syrup, war ranted pure and every can guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded. J. H. Heller, 100:2 Kansas avenue. The famous '-Friend's" brand of white rolled outs in bulk at J.II. Heller's 1002 Kansas avenue. Albert Heartburg had a double bar relled horn with a bellows attachment last night. He had to make noise enough for his whole family as alt the other membars are Populists. The Solicitation of Alms ly tlie Aocitel C Iiarities. Walter L. Russ who is the secretary by appointment and generalissimo ex olBcio fof the Associated Charities and has office temporarily in the office of James H. Gritlin in the Hall ifc O'Douald building ou Eait Eighth street, gay he is already beginning to receive numerous calls for aid. ""While the office lias only been open for active work three days," he said, ''I have already received twelve calls for htsip. Only ono was a case of absolute destitution and that came from a woman in Parkdale who was without food. Most of the applicants want clothing of various sorts. "After we get the system running smoothly I shall not consider any appli cations that are uot recommended on proper blanks by the district visitor. I am busy just now getting my districts and visitors appointed for the winter. 1 haye endeavored to have the districts contain about one thousand people each regardless tf the number of blocks it contains and t that end the districts in the city will number forty-one. 1 have already selected thirty-four of the visi tors and I think I have good ones. Only two of them are meu. 'On Monday afternoon we will hold a visitor's meeting and give the winter's instructions and on Tuesday the soliciting wiil begin. Tlie first thing we need is clothing and shoes. There will not be many calls for food and coal yet as we have had so little cold weather." J. M. Knight, Undertaker & Esnbalmer. -F3. i r r 'X v- . Anti-ComTaine realer in Jeav.y J7ht 11 cmt i:umH:.. .- . ; - - - - rrapa Cioth with Zizx. arc! Ccppar Linings. C.rarcr.'s White Caskets, Full Oraameat 26tallic. A full line cf Weed, and Clcth- C:...::.3 ana Caskets. Ar.. jz. .nf. ir A,w i;! t r- LOCAL MENTION. The cases of scarlet fever iu the family of James Hudson at Eleventh and Chandler streets are convaiesceuL A. W. Dana says he ii not aud h as not been an applicant for the position of state librarian, although some of his friends have been mentioning his name in that connection. John Hogan. who was foolish enough to get into Montgomery Massey's house, in North Topeka, last week and get one leg entangled in a rope that Mr. Massey secured for the purpose, was examined in Justice Chesney's court and bound over to the district court in the sum of $3 )'), which he was unable to give. He is in the county jaiL There will be a social dance at Fletch er's Hall, near the Rock Island R iuni Ilouse. Nov. 16. 1394 All are cordially invited. undry & machine Works, ESTABLISHED 1875. FORMERLY Topeka Foundry and Machine W orl:s ESTABLISHED 1863. R. L. C0FRAN. Proprietor. IlTUFACrUHES CF STEAK E17SIITE3, "ILL KACIinTZP-Y, :IAFII"3, FULLISS, GZAF.H7G2, T1Z11111Z2. ETO. j Write for Prices. TOPEKA, KANSAS. Tlie Associated Charities has opened a Pree Employment Bureau, at their office 110 East Eighth street, where all persons out of employment are invited to come and register from 10 to 12 a. m. daily. Also persons desiring help of any kind. We have a place for a good farm hand now. I I In II j-1 M k m urn 4jr mi mtr ID v TIip Hit, A satisfied customer is a permanent one. That's why we recommend De Witt's Early Risers. They cure constipa tion. Indigestion and Biliousness J. xL Jones. Rock Island Playinjr Cards. No. 601 Kans. Ave. Fiaa work at Topeka Steam Laundry. SfASUfastuni at CC3 Saa. Ave. Topeka. Ail the talk iu tue world will not, con vince vou so quickly as one trial of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for Scalds, Burns, Bruises, Skin Affections and Piles. J. K. Jones The Oxford club will hold a meeting at the National hotel parlors thU evening. Waltsk Smith, President. Prescott & Co. have removed to No. 11S West Eighth street Good Printin e always cjsaks for . c far ycu t:o. If you v. it r 9 up-to-dats, goel printlr.- z . ycur c:py, or coins ta.k it c ' r with .... Charles Worrall, Electric Printer, 007 KANSAS fivznvz. No Griping, no Nausea, no Pain. wb si De Witt's Little Early Rises ars t.i -i. Small PilL Best Pill. Best Pill. J. 1 Jones. Magnificent chrysanthemum dl; lay a. Veale block.