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STATE JOUENAI, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 20, 1S9 1.
"Tv7 A TO r.n The State Journal C:La.l Tapjr cf tha City cf Xspslza. By Fkask P. MacLsssa.h. V V JTi, n o rj ""r . f 1 4 .. !3 M(R) Ik w V 4 1L ! -1 Tally editicr, deliver;! I7 carrier, 13 c:-ts a t: srj r ;ri cf r:;.:.a cr la'ris. cr at t"e z:3 pries ia aa7 ilzzzi t:wa T,j.;rs tai.i h.xa a car- risr systara. Z7 nail, tbr3 n:-tis J .S3 1:7 r2t.il, ci3 j:ir 2. CO V ealiiy l.ti;a, jsr ytzr 53 1 1 --t "jefc GREATEST LN KANSAS. v, :jj r.'.iL". G,So3 T:r ths tares du.ll sv.t.?t- months of i33i -aa ;r3:3 of evr .;y par cant la ena y;ir. OCR rROOTi Tlr iniii of the Ijp'sa Datlv Stat Jot kmai. tor tn taree n -i ns. v.z.. f p.tn .a Ki.uaof Mt. lo ih, Jist liy ul August. 1SH, iiic.us:?. have o eu as fjilcvs: bay Jun July August 1 8.4 -S I 8.4J i 8.31- .;-) .t7 a .u k.wjo 4 S 8.7.,.! 8.5.-J 5 i.bf ,7.'i 6 9 -". 8.41 S.CJ 7 97' lD.j-i 8.7-iJ H Mi! 8.741 s s..x it.i.'t 8,i-"4 io s.io.i a.; ii It S S'J 9.64 I .!. 1." 8 t: 9.0 : 1 U I 8.4-. S.71J 14.. t 4, S,VJ ! , I H ::,. Iti ! 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Kv LuUiiij , KatijiS As we are going to need considerable space for our Holiday Goods it is necessary for us to reduce our stock of Dress Goods as much as possible so. that, notwithstanding the present low prices, we begin tomorrow, by offering additional inducements in still lower prices.. 40-inch all wool Fancy Suiting, regularly 35c yd. 40-inch fancy all wool Novelties in little dots and other pretty weaves two toned effects were $1.00 yd In this sale, FOa 19 CSI7TS D 75 OBHTS TAJtD 40-inch all wool Novelty Mixtures. 50-inch heavy Diagonal Serge in most of the standard shades 40-iiieh all wool India Twill. a superb fabric, one of our best at 31.25 yd. In this sale, 40-inch all wool Drap d' Ete. Qg CENTS YABD The last two in a large line of the pretty Red and Cardinal shades, also the new Blues usually sold at 50c yard 45-inch two toned Basket AVeave Suiting in handsome color- AT on -ati ings, regular price S1.25 yd. This sale, A TIiD SALS 30 CB17T3 iiAUD 9Q CE2TTS YAUD r-: n - , q , x at- a T Beautiful Pattern Suits, were 10.00, For S5.00 Each.. oO-inch Scotch Mlxllle3 , r, -n one-, . t Fancy Stripes Bourettes V Elegant Pattern Suits, were 312.00, For S7.50 Each. 46-inch Drap d' Ete and India Twills. Stylish Pattern Suits, were 314.00, For S7.98 Each. rVu i a a. i 4.1- e t i i ii i 4.1 Nobbv Pattern Suits, were $20.00. For SIO.98 Each. 1 he last two m an elegant line of Keds and blues, and worth t ' uu x a, y v , up to 65e yard. This sale, High Art Pattern Suits, were 322.00, For $12.00 Each. 50 C-7T3 YASD The Best Pattern Suits, were 330.00, For $15 OO Each An extra qualitv Fine Covert Cloth, 50 inches wide One 1' IMany excellent values in BLACKS QOODS of the best Ciotiis shown this season at 75c yard. This sale , Fine Heavy Serges at 50c, 7oc and 88c yard. X- Fancy all Black Figured eifects in Bjngalinjs and Satin Soliel F0H 59 TAID at 75c yard. Tif-alr iirliciti-im. CfirCACi i 2iiv. 2 i. .irwait for Kan sas: i i,ll ctlt ul'.d Vt d' coiier; weiteriv w.ruiir. sdciy fair iud vy Claclv Cloaldngs, in Diagonals, Kerseys, Beaver, etc., from $1.25 to $3.00 yard. Ths Bsr.t FRENCH FLANNELS, pretty dins, were 75 C2nts yard This sale 53 CE'lTS YflilP- 13 The plitu-al future in Kinfai "Irihl w;tb j)Mimes" F.ut the army of Diiii'M bt'c-keis sii.i il 1 Le c ireful to uu.ice who is lUikinsf Mm prom. ties. CAL'.i'll A. GK'jw'a syivajia u 2 'C.JJJ, the any c iii.li ii'.i) iu t:i D.iem'i tiiiJ mi'ifi hm diJute for ireidiSQt, ic .jtirity in Penn lirtrttat ever jfivfn 3 U.iiied S ata.4. KHbil Leijsr-l.'o seen an) bj Jy yet iryio Wiucusitera, rt S?jrt turue told u it would licau wou iu the e! c uriar: We hivea't to tra.l cjj for try of S. tta i b so if the Kepu b ijQ thU fall. Fortt-oxs thousaud Dsia icrtj atayoj at home i i iliisouri aa J d.la'i v.;. A Missouri D; i icrat 1 evar Bcrpui tLe moss off his tck. Wuta lie doeiu'i like a Democratic adtninii' ralioQ, ha tiyi iu hi hollow lojr. Kansas wfll uver tla djwo. politi cally, until tte fdruiera can quit feeding wheat to tha hotrs. There" go to be a row, juat a long m ths farming- in dustry rrmiias button end up aa the wheat situation in.llcstes. aid yet m irss ill to $2,0 in g old has beea witiilf jwa iroui iuu iro.nary bines th auuoa icemeut of tha boi 1 iai.e. To ms aa expres.on cum uj.i ul( here iu the weir, Mr. drlii)! does n it seen to be ''in it." lie dij;i't k jow ilieri) vvera to be any bonds "issued ua'.il tua pr-?si-daut hadarrauel it ail w.tii ths Wall Street puoole. Iu fact, tha lirat iatima tion tuateitiier tha secretary or ttio coun try had of what was guing oa CAe from New York. Aud the country aiust sub mit to two mora years of this 3 jrt of thinif unless congress saad dj sjoiithing to 8tiut Mr. Cleveland Tais is not. Lkely to occur, as in has proimbly re Served enough patronage to iidueuc c uigres as ha d.d vvuea the Sueroian iaw was repealei Ths payinfotof f2.,'JJ fur the gover norship of .ti- York by L-evi 1'. iorton, as shown in hi own statement of election expsriies, is a matter that oijjt to La viewed with alarm ic this country. If that is what it costs to be governor, wham is the opp-..rt inity for the poor inau to serve his coua rv? We heir ia the t the Lon 1 ia I)jj'i;ua;i, ier'd "Trilby" h., s -Id extant of 1J 1, u ) copit inr to cotnpars this St one voluiae at, we tli gale here in three vo although no figures . not be much more even if it amounts to et authority, says that Mr. Da Maj'r in A merica to t he It is iutereu- Je cf the story in -tii, $1.75, with tiie lujies, aud whici, .to published, can- than '2,000 copies, that. Tbe locreass in th national debt in the month of October was flo,UU0,00d And we have such a cast iron form of government prov.ded for us by ths "fathert of this republic' that we cau't etop this iort of business for a year or more yet. Our government has many weak points, and on of the weakest ia that the peopl cau't "g-et action" quick enough. SisiTORDjiCiMiKiis and Senator Fettigrew are reportd as about to jjin the independent crusade for free silver. If Senator Camjron possessed the euer fry and ability of his distinguished fath er he would prove ii powerful ally to any cause. These gentlemen would bet ter wait till they Let.r from Tom Heed. If he does not sound -ha key note for the eit campaign a larys number of people will be d.s.ippointwd. R?ed is in a po sition to become ths Mores of his people. " jm . ' The farce of repi jisainj the gold reserve ia the United States treasury is again beiu- enacted "When Secretary Carlisle announced this second issu of bonds, he told the backers they must not present treasury notos for redemption, to get the gold to 1 ay for these bonds. The Topeki Journal asserts that "tha coming ud Ji.ui.tr.ii ion is in tioa ir bound to closi up tuese inii j intous j laci-s," meanoitj the jo.a.s aid lo'.U'riei. Tua JouitNAL falls liitj the t'tror of i. n 1 iev. usf ta it lae Hepubiic in p-arty is bunl by honor or aiiythi 1 else to carry mi. pio:n is tuadis before elt;c;io.i. Moreover, the Hepublicaus wre working both si las of the road. I hey male as uii 1 p 01a ises lo the sons of in;q'i.ty as to ia pur in hoart, and ihe c iauuis are they vi!l stand by the foriu -r, for trn-re is mora uiuni'v ia it. La-.vr.Mice Gazelle. Tup abova ia a DiiiijcratiO vie v from a Dinocraiic paper. It expre?se.s the ki;:lcal opinions hell by Democrats and Populists in regard to the ia-a'i ma of the coniinij jljiulilicari a 1 mi nis'.ra lion. These i septical opinions u.ust aul shad be overthrown by Governor Mor rill's administration. The def .-at of Lev elling vvas largely due t) th.i id jtcrin; na tion of the good people of tuis at ate that the policy shop scan L1I3 of K,t:i-n City, an.. should b1 brought to an en L Gov ernor oorrill. we believe, has his mind made up on this point, and the days of these institutions are nu.nberei. day and now hi doesn't have to ask what is meant by the flat of the hand. Politics and Haaucial questions have given way iu tlie minds Manhattan people to speculation as to Iij many of the youu; men wao loaf arouud town are mai.i.i a living. A little 6-year-old Muscotah uirl After se.uf a piclure where ir. Ingalli is in tne act of kuockin dwn a Democrat said: "Sav, papa, isu't Mr. Iuifall a big mau? lie can kill a Democrat." There is a Populist boy at Ooerlin who wiil be a big- politician soma day. When astsed how he ot aloujf wiih Kepublic.in boys at scliool since the elnction tie Said: 'I dodge the bi ones and bully the litJe ones." Manhattan wants a humane society. There is a m in there who is so devoid of the princ.pies of cuariiy, thit after woi k iu his horse until it was of no more u-e, because of it beiuir sic:, turned it out upjn the streets iu a tit irved an 1 half dymg conditio 1 ro fur itself. A NEW BELLAMY COLONY. KationaIim to Kcceive a Practical Dem tr.'itlvn SLt lteltzhoover. Fa. The Bellaiay Co-operative associatiou of Baltzhoovjr, Pa., i3 to found a colony in Beltzboover, and tbo cori'.eratone was recently laid by Mrs. Samuel DuDcan Karris, wife cf Duno Karus, an oil re gion pioneer who was atone time worth millions. Thw colonists will endeavor to carry oat ildward. Bellamy's theories of nationalism. There aro 1 4 full and 50 associate members of the colony, and the full members are to do the worlc at present and receive their pay in colony certifi cates at the rate of 25 cents Jin hour. TiitiO certificates authorize tiie Lolder OFT FT Si mm net r n m r t 1 OiitUllI.UJ 519 Kansas Avenue. We have the largest stock and tha most commplete assortment of all grades of FROM CLE.RK TO PRESIDENT. 1 s K Ay H AH JPAllAGIiAPIIS. In Clay Center 16 to 1 means sixteen girl to one boy in thJ hig-h scaool. Mr. Bonecutter of 3rouhtuii is not a surgeon as his name i.iitrnt imply. Ilev. Mr. Fly of Wclhotm is just the kind of a preacher that staid tovsn needs. A hen house at Wellington was burued the other day. The supposition is it was set, The Southwestern Kansas Teachers' association meets at Wicuita November 2y and SO. Discord has entered into the very heart of Siocklon by the organization of a sinsrinif soc.ety. Hill City has a dramatic club That was growing- so popular the church peop.e .iad to start a tevivaL Mr. M. A. llaad of LToltoa has besn appointed reg-eat for Kansas of tbe Duhters of the Revolution. "A lady or a gent in Pailiips county" is wanted by an eastern hrm to maste -$-!Ja week. Let the "gents" come forth. Gospel watoa revival meetings are be ing held at Lincoln aad tiie summuaa buDUtn is considered to get a place on the spring seat. Some tramps "who hadn't had any .hinsj to eat for fcrty-o.ght hours.." worked the people of Alma f jr enough money to buy a pony Itej. A little child at Muscotah put her finger ia a clothe wringer t-ie othor Else In Ufe of T. W. Caldwell, rresldont of tli LiUie iUore rtoad. D. W. Caldwell began hia railroad career -12 years ao as a clerk in thecf--e of the Ptuusy lvania railroad. Today he is president cf tiia Luke Shore and Michigan Southern. Mr. Caldwell was born In Massa chusetts in and rtt tho aje of 2 turned his am bitious miiid to railroadii.g. Aft er a year's clerk ship ho entered th civil fT,"i- uo?ring depart ment of tbe rund and reEiainod there three vears. r. w. c a lx tvftu Kis very appar ent talent for the railroad business aud bi executive ability then led to his ptcurin the ofiice of general superin tendent of tha Pittsburg and Connells villa railroad. In ISoO ha became Kfen eral gapo: intendent of the Central Ohio railroad, an or3co he filled until 1874, When he resiumed to accept a more ad vantageous position Bj peneral manacter of the Columbus, Chicago and Indiana Central, tho Pittsburg, Cincinnati and Hi. Louia, the Little Miami, the Cincin nati and Muskirgurn Valley, the JefTor eonville, Madison, and Indianapolis and the Vandalia roads. lie held this important position until 1SS1, when the Pennsylvania road again employed him, not a3 clerk, but as gen eral manager of all tho Pennsylvania liuea west cf Pittsburg. In 1SS2 he was elected vice president of the Nickel Plate road. He was appointed receive later, and when the road was reorgan ized in 1SS7 he was elected president. He pursued a cut rate policy that caus ed considerable comment in railroad circles, but during his regime, which, ended very recently, he moceeded in raising the road from a condition of al most hopeless bankruptcy to a placa among the sound roads of the east. He reeidee in Cleveland and although a baciatdor ia a very liberal entertainer. A . - . v- -v.-.x,v v . -1 ; .V v i j. iLr Carried by any house in the state. No house in the state carries as fine goods, and no house carries a line as cheap as we have on our floors today. In Cnamber Suits we have Mahogany, Curly Birch, Bird's Eye Maple, Quarter Sawed Oak, Ash, Maple aud Blui: I'iic - 10. Hli..4, 1 j and up. Iron Brass Triuitaed Beds lo. 13,14 and np. Mattresses si.s j, -i.t. 5; ss.oo nnd up. Feather Pillows .c, 73s, 1 0 inrl up. Parlor Suits in Makojrauy, Bird's Eye Maple, Curly Birch, Oak, Walnut, aud Maple frames . S, (3 and n p. Extension Tables iu Plain O-k, Ash and Quarter Sawed Oak 3.SJ, S4.0 . m. and m;. Centor Tables in Oak, Mahogany, CxiAy Birch and Bird's Eye Maple 7Sc. 81, Ol.OO and up. Bidaboirds, P)lishi Oak, $12, $14 and np. Hiirh Back Diaio? Chair. 73o, i0. 51. CO an 1 up. We are not closing out a few old atyies, unsaleable Baby Car riaens.but keep a full line all the ye ir round, fresh new ones of the latest style that are arriving every week at LSI. (f .iO. -7. 0 in p. We carry a full line of Flat Top, Holl Top and Standing Deiks and OlUce Tables in all sizes. Fifty styles of Oilk-e Chairs and Stools, at lower pr.ces than the same quality can be bought anywhere else in the state. 513 Zans. Ave. HHED & TOlZLnTSOlT, o o . 1. U ihurs uaJ 'iaoies to Kent "Call Telethona 0 t? 0 c 0 f f ft ? t c o f1 0 l 0 Go and hear Edward P. Elliott, the jovial fun-maker, in hi impersonations at Washburn college, Nov. 23, 8 p. m. Tickets for sale at city library. Buy Furciaa's f3 Dress Shoe. SAMUEL dcxcas sir.ss. to draw a proportionate share of the products of tha association. The asso ciate mt-mbera will give their aid in either money or labor while they are on probation and will be emuied to all the privileges of the colony except the priv ilege of voting. When they are believed to have absorbed the true principles of Bellamy nationalism, they will be re ceived into full memberihip. The asso ciation owns nine building lots; which wero deeded the colony by Edward White, one of tbe members, in exchanga for colony certificates. No money will b ned by the colonists except in their dealings with the outside wold, and they will build houses and manufacture different articles aa a means of liveli hood. Duno Karns, who display such an interest in the colony, was an oil re gion character almost aa celebrated as Coal Oil Johnny. He was born at Kama Station, in Butler county, Pa., SI years ago, was boring for oil in West Virginia before the war, entered the United States army at the age cf 17, fought throughout the rebellion and left the service a first lieutenant. After the war he returned to the oil business, and at one time he had an income of $5,000 a day from a single oil welL Dune was fond of champagne, and whenever he made a rich strike he would smash every silk hat in town and pay for them the next day. He was at one time considered worth $3,000,000, but lost nearly all hid money fighting the Standard Oil company. B ? a $2 Wearwell Shoes at Furman's. gfjlif WZSTE2IT iHH Foundry & riachine Works, ESTABLISHED 1875. FORMERLY Topeka Foundry and Machine W orks ESTABLISHED 1 668. R. L. C0FRAN, Pronrietor. Aii:rACTUEZ cr ctzaii ra&ms, hachhthiiy, szAFrim, PULLIH3, Gla733, nrri2T33. 70. Write for Prices. TOPEKA, KANSAS, ASH FOI EXACT SIZE PERFECTION Favorite ten-cone Cie. Reid by all first-elass dealers. Mt. by Goo. BurgU&rt, Ml Ku. Ave. r. r. i a r KLNLEY & LANNAN, 1I1.1U. ACTt KHlS OF CarrinSc3, Fhaotcms, J l39 aif&- Sm- Eir-Special orders and repairing promptly attonriad te. 424 AND 42 0 JACKSON STREET, TOPEKA, KANSAS. 1 AV. N