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STATE JOURNAL, TUESDAY EVENING APR IX. 3. 1894. ! 7 H t i t 4 I i I 71 . i : It 1 I It' li vv A 1 if THE HI AS!IJMISCElL.LANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. Bunion! labeilV SITUATIONS WANTED FREE. Are yoa In need of work? If o, yon are at liberty to use these columns for assistance hi that direction. While this nouce appears the bTAXB Joikxil will pubiUU free on s:urday, Monday and Tuesday, for lopeka or Kansas people, an notices of Situations Wanted." not xeeed-n live lines, or thiriy-flve words. In leagih. Provided that ail advertisements of this nature are hfaided In previous to ten o ciocn Saturday morninic; also ou Wedrtes eiay, Thursday and Frulay, all advertising of tuis class.handed in by ten o ciocr Wednesday tnurniu. o auvertlsement of this nature to be started except on Saturdays and Wednesdays. 'o ob ligation is incurred on the part of the advertis er. No worthy and nfedy man or woman need besltate to take advau-ae of this offer. Xo on lii business or having employment i. expectodto take advantage of it, but ail others iiivitod to kvaU theuiseives trotjof. WANTED SITUATIONS. XtAMEU Situation by a first-class baker; v inease state wa'es. Address F. F. Lauea twrger. Grat Hetid. Rang. TANTE1 Fosi.k-n in grocery, wholesale liou e. or any k.nd of steady wor for the summer, by young married man; can give refer ence. Address a. ., southwest corner ard and Branner sts. ANTED Washing to do or work of any kind. Inquire at 303 Chaadier st. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. y4MEU-A good kitchen girl. 1 18 East Jth. TASTED A white girl for general house- TAMtl) Hoarders. S3 per week; aiso fur v nislied rooms very cheap, at Tu9 lopeka are., lopeka. VIT ANTED .An Intelligent young man to take up the stady of shorthand and work tor his tuit-oa. Siaiidard Shorthand School, tits and t3 Kansas are. "TA-Vi tl-To rent by a fanidy of three, a comfortable house of from 5 to 8 rooms, within a rauiu of one miie from postotlice; care ful d prompc paying tenant. Address, stating rent, couveu.ewes, e.c. iocc box 17, potofnce. W ANTED To trade a good gentle horse for a f re-h cow, or wul pay cash if cheap. Cad or address AI. . (iuiupiirey, adO Winheid ave.. Uakiand. YY TAMKD First-oiass white girl. 200 West- VVAXTtD Good white girl at once for gen Tyler it""' UoUiewor ac -vlr- John's, aid "W'ANTEl -A wh.te nurse girl at once, at 312 Clay st. Good home tor right party. AMI.D Two d.ning room girls; one for general houaevoiii.i-i per week; one ood cook and d.n washer. Xopeka Lxchane. rod Kansas ave. TANTtD Job work. Those having piaster- log to repair and paper hanging to do and warn it done ueaciy, can ou J. H. Auttle. 407 Aiauison st. ArA.NTDTTo tr djagood cow for a good driving horse, cad or address -To oak land ave., okianu. a. li. siteie. W -ANTtrJ The physicians and ladies of iOOjrKa to n n 1 0. T 1 1 1 .lie- XT V. professional nurse, can be found at E10 Mn- Y' ANTED By C. F. Bridge. 832 North Kan- Itv. ,as ave" orl1 Topeix, a second hand GKSIJlL! a?e-nTS WASTED Selling new artless to dea.ers; exclusive territory; 110 competition; no capiat required; i-jj to wjo Der cent prom. Coiumo.a chemical Co.. andn w U l cci, lAlCHieO, A Li. W A'1 "tD Everybody to know that you can . ,f J - vtcaucu iui oue-tuira tH pr.ce ot repapiiug. J. McConiieiL 100 I-a&i toili st., rooms 5 auu t. w A i ED feotnt amitu real estate loans. annua Greenspan. VA1X.ltlA good, light, two seated cut un- sas ave -"- mo uune. oiojvan- VrATE1"A M to take an office and reo w w resent a manufacturer; iao per wee srnau capital requ.red. Aduress. wiui stamp' .At t g. but Coiicoru Junction Mass. W "A-N i atohes. clocks and umbreiias to repa.r at Ut Kansas ave.. upstairs" W AiTAD To move, b'JLUuk or 1 1 ir liuii.n hoiu goods, ire.giic. e.c. u,. .Vf i ?."-VJ,liK 123 E- 6tI St.. HEBCHA.V 1 li.A.iuiJ ; SIOltAiiK m VrAiu1Jarl11'? u never or tin ware sociieap. j.iVorstUe siore. '.i osas ava. A-ic.i luu to go to lue itiversiUe stoid anu save vuu money. Vi Kansas ave. "F'tJ.1J.t;T p'asnt unfurnished room h"t tloor. goou repair, cheap. 7.4jacSon. IOK KENT The whole second floor (sevei FOR RtN f HOUii. 3 JGii iJENX A house. Cau at low Grand ave. EJ 5,hTrt,acd 7 rtK,n house, corner Eil A more and Huiiioou sts.; ba'h. sefttr ei. trie tght. lnqun-a 8A Uuntoou .t.' iewfer' eiec- JGK HEN 1 A good store buhdinz In a noul A location for a grocery aua meat niafiet premeT11!?' rN aiso a "am on i s ll$Dl2 I'l-ii KENT A good six room house, a- ot Dr. Kobv. us vv fe( st i nquire FOR SAUE-MISCELLANtOU3. tneap. We have some tine youna teams American Bank. North Xopeka. S teams. i,'"iKSAlr,I::Three mattresses and one ward robe, ah new and m good condition ln f Ht ALt-Ha f Jersey cow, chickens stir new Sf Z'"100 Drt, boPu amost rK SALE A MastiB Chand.er st. pup. Inqulie 606 F'i" Si LAmau sized piano, lnouire at FS.?-HA.Lt ,r0"ry le chest, toilet show case, rope real. 10x13 letter press set eu.T lue copper measures and tunnel; all eheao Goouwu, jr Kausas ave. FtK SALE Fresh cows for sale at all times T Jerseys Holsieui and ohorthorn7at Lmon Stocw yarns. North Topeita. ou pOK SALE Oiw Columbus earriaca. a 4th d Jacks u. Call at POK SALE Shjrt time loans at 12 nnr interest. Sunon Greenspan Cent IT'OS SALE- G1JE ed-e first mortgages. 7 8 9 10 lor cent. Simon Greenspan. ' FOU S AXE Printing press and counters at tin shop, 81J Kansas ave. G. j. Lee. IOK SALE A good pneumatic bicycle, cheap. Inquire at Journal office. Ir'OK SALE A $65 Domestic sewn g machine, good m new, tor only Auaress J. 1., this oiiice. 17OR SALE A good salety toiejclo, cheap for - cash. 4(A)',i ivao-as ave. LOST AND FOUND. LOST--An emprald scarf pin last night, be tween First i'reabytei'ian ciiurcn and llth and Monroe. Ke.urn to ciJ Harrison CU and re ceive reward". i,"OCNi- The place to have pluming done; A. Allans; tun Kansas ave. Tei. 3a. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. IOi: SALE Fnie improved farm of 243 acres, - 6 nines southwest of Topeka. For particu lars address tne owner, Fred lennhardt, box 87, lopeka. haiis. . FOK SALE Six room frame cottage, bath room. gas. shutter door and screens, fine well and ciern. Apply TisJeiiersoa st. NOTICES. "VTOTICE To Whom it may concern: Be it -- known that my petition is on h.e in the pro Late court asking tor a perm.t to sell intoxi cating liquors at No. 8-3 Kansas avenue, in the Tuirn ward of the cr.y of lopeka. iiearmg tor the same is set for Alay 1st. at 'j a. in. March 31. 1834. . . "V" OX ICE To whom it may concern: tie it -- known that my petition is on hie in the office of the probale judge of Shawnee eouncy, Kansas, asking tor a permit to sea intoxicating liquors at 4- West sixth street, iopeka, Shawnee coun ty, Kansas. Hearing is set lor the -4th day of April, lfa-t, at V a. m. W. F. Kt.-iZ. iopeka, Kansas, March 21, 1S9L STRAYED OR STOLEN. STRAYED OK STOLEN' My pet dog; answers to the name of Sam. Any person returning him to 4.M Van Buren st. wnl receive reward. A. S. Loux. STRAYED A dark brown mare with a heavy biack mane and taii. ui good order and weight about iauj pounds. Information at room &2. Connnbtaa bniidmg, will be properly reward ed by E. W. Foindextec ANNOUNCRMENTS. rpo THE Rt. PUBLIC AX VOTERS of Shaw nee County: 1 wi.i be a candidate for the office of ciertt of the district court ot Shawnee county, at the Republican primaries this spring. I have nved in Kansas an my Ufa, a. ways wonted zealously for tne success of the Lepub licnn parLy, and have never before been a can diuate lor oliice. H caosen for this resionsible position, I promise the most eriicient and iaith iui attention to the dudes of the oiiiee. ki. J. Adams, Attorney, 111 East r.ighth St., Topeka. FOR EXCHANGE. CXCKANGE Stock fresh groceries for clear land. Address "A," Journal otfice. 'IO TRADE For a very gentie pony, a hand--- some, line scyie 5-year-od mare iony, large enough lor gentleman or lady. Dr. Guibor, 2 Buchanan, alter op. m. MISCELLANEOUS. CALL on Tursdell, corner 10-h and Jackson, for upnolstermg, packing, carpet laying. PRACTICAL PIANO TUNER Years of fac tory experience. S. Xracv. 701 Kansas ave. "PBES$MAKING Moved to 533 Harrison st. Will le pieased to see my old patrons, as well as ad others who wish good work at rea sonable prices. Miss Hunter. -riLL4AAI D WIGHT CHCKCii Analytical ' anil Metallurgical Chemist and Assayer. Examination 01 iniuri tieposits and mines. Unices: Denver, Coio X'rescott. Ariza. 2L RS. E. K. LiLLV. nurse, can be found at 11x3 West sixth street. MONEY TO LOAN. I desire several real estate loans to fid special orders. Loans made in auy amount from i-ioo upwards. A'arties having money to loan are Invited to write or can at my ocice. i am fur nishing investors very choice loans. L L. Bet zer, ou Kansas ave., Dudley's bank. X OANb Money on unproved city property; A-i lowest muss, earnest terms. G. X. Kincaae, 40V Kansas avenue. MO- 1-k to loan ou bonds, mortgages or per sonal notes. SlMOX Gbeesspax. TONtV TO LOAN' on reai estate; best -ates, X. easiest terms. G. P. Kincade, tun Kansas ave., wan it. E. Abstract Co. Gout) notes and mortgages bought and sold. SIMOX GREKXhPAX. 1 PARTIES w.shing a sate au paying mves meut lor their money, can at onue on o. i. Wood at Co- Kansas ava. First oublished on the ?rd day of April, 1894. in the ouicial paper of the city of Topeka.j MONTHLY REPORT. City Treasurer's Statement, Show ing Condition of all Accounts, Month Ending March 31st, 1894. Dr. Cb. Cash $ 1621 13 Bank of Toieka 80 Fiscal agency. Xew York oooi z General Revenue fund $7343 33 General Improvement fund... 1279 72 Sinking fund 424 02 Interest fund 1144 60 Water Silppiv fund 19 64 Library fund 7l 14 S.dewa.k fund 73 6U Four-per-cent Incidental Ex pense fund Metropolitan Police fund . 413 61 Street Paving Bond fund 43533 3S Alley Paving Bond fund 112 00 Sewer Bond fund is32o lo Bond Rebate Account 130 87- Indemnity bond 213 00 Construction fund- Cib ave. viaduct JllStf 00 Sewer dist. No. 11. .. 264S 42 Sewer dtst. N"o. 12 .. 7105 7a Sewer dist. No. 16... 124 00 Coal hole 6502 &s 9:h st. paving. 9 19 6th ave. paving 60 7a 10 per cent sewer re taining ...15355 17 Topeka ave. paving, 7235 S4 fcrd st. paving 127 3b Alley bet. vjumcy & Monroe &D6 17 VanBuren st. paving 4925 &th t.i. paving .. &?3 Harrison si. paving. 276 03 7lh St. paving 2C3 22 Drain dis. No. 1 118 22 Laurent st. paving.. 117 67 4 2CSS 36 Erroneous Sewer Tax Col- leied i4c S2 Licenses :o6 00 Rent io 00 City Scaie tt 50 Building Permits l-o 5J Judgments ' 14 01 Decker, Mullen & Berry 179 $1241 JtJ$1284Sl 9 H. K. ROWLEY. City Treasurer. Bork Island Itomte. Lowest rates everywhere. Citt Office, 60i Kansas ayk. First ptibUshed AprU Srd. 1SS4, la' tha To- peka stale JournaLJ Ordinance No. 1705. AN ORDINANCE to appoprlat money out of the General Revenue Fund, the Vire Depart ment Fund, the Police Department Fund, the General Improvement Fund and the Harrison Street Paving Fund. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Councilman of the City ot Topeka: Sectiox 1. That the sum of ten thousand six hundred fifty-five and 17-100 dollars, be, and the same is hereby appropriated out ot the General Revenue Fund, the Fire Department Fund, the Police Department Fund, the General Improvement Fund and the Harrison Street Paving Fund to pay payrolls and claims of tha city of Topeka for the month of march, to-wlt: General Revenue fund..... $1855 67 Fire Department fund 2130 11 Police Department fund .. .... .. 1645 80 General Improvement fund. 47) 09 Harrison Street Paving fund 264 00 TotaL ". I. ..$10635, 17 Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in tha official city paper. Passed the council April 2nd, 1894, 1 Approved April 2nd, 1894. ' ' . seal t. "W. HakkisonV Attest: 8. S- McFaddex, Mayor, City Clerk. SURGEONS. SK. SHELDON. M.D., ' '" BURGER V AXD DISEASES OF WOMM. Office: No. 720 Kansas Ave. J. C. McCllntock, A. M., M. D. Frances Storrs. A. B.. M. D. McCLIXTOCK & STOIlfW, rractiee limited to SURGERY and DISEASES OF WOMEN. 830 Kansas avenue. OlUce hours, lto4p.ui. HENRY W. ROBY, M. D. I CT I? ft F O V lorsKA, KANSAa. OLUVULUJ TK. MARY E. STEWART, ' -- 634 Harrison St., corner of 7th St. OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN. Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m. Tele. 237. XDA C BARNES, M. D. Of3ce and residence, 732 Kansas Avenue. Office Hours 9 a, m. to 11 a. in .and p. mu to 6 p. in. Phone 99. TR. J- K. MTJLVANE " - Special attention given to chronic diseases. Omce open all hours. 600 Kas. Ave. - Phone 83. eva Harding, 709 Kansas AV-2 Tele. 402. J)R. M. At. AIG-th.l.U , D. Om en 511 S. Kansas Ave. Tel. 241. Residence 931 N. Van Buren street. TeL 196. L. A. RYDtR, M. D. , OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon street and Central ave.. North Topeka. Phone 214. Uses the Brinkerhoff system of Rectai treat xnent, a successful and painless treatment for piles, fistula, tishure, ulceration, ete. ATTORNEYS AT LAW., WELCH & WILSON. AI1ROXKV3 AT LAW, 623 Kansas Avenue. Commercial Law and Land Litigation. De faulted Mortgages attended to. Practice in all State and F ederal Courts. -1ALL & INGALLs" ' ATTOBXEY8 AMD COU2 fSELOBS AT LAW. Rooms 1, 2 and 3 fourth floor. Central National Bank Building, Telephone 413. TOPEKA, KANSAS. VJM. R. HA2-N- AITORNBY-AT-LAW. 621 Kansas Avenue, - - - Topeka, Kansas. J. M. SHEAFOR ! ! LAWYER ; 623 Kansas Avenue. , E2?Practlce In Federal and State Courts, HKHY KEEUtB. it. U. WELCii. . A. WAOBSKfl . Keeler, Welch & Wagener, ATTORN cYS -R34 Kansas Avb. Topeka. Kaksas. T YAN & CAMPBELL. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS, Rooms No. 16, 17 and 18, Bank of Topeka Bld'g. - A. , HAETET. O. O. 08B0-5. HARVEY & OSBORN. Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Boom S3, Columbian Building, Topeka, Kansas. B. FEREI. X. F. I01tr. TERRY & DORAN, ATTORNEYS ADO COC'8ELOB3 AT LAW, 23 Kansas avenue, .... Topeka, Kansas. Rooms 8, 9 and 10. Q.LEED, WARE & GLEED, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Booms 19. 20, 21, 22. Central Nat'l Bank Building. FRED C. SLATER. AXIOBSB7 AT LAW, 62$ Kansas Avenue. Commercial Law and Land Litigation. De faulted Mortgages attended to. Practice In ail the State and bederai Courts. J7EANK HERALD ' ATTORNEY AT LAW. 410 Kansas Avenue, Topeka. Kaxsas. A. S. BIRD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, 601 Kansas Avenue. . Booms 5 and 6. Topeka, Kansas. LINUS S. WEBB. AXXORXXT AT LAW. 117 Sixth Avenue West. JJ Q. LARIMER. ATTORNEY. . Boost 28, Columbia Bpildixo. J3TO, A. MTTRBAT, JXO. V. ABBAHAJH MUItUAY & ABRAHAMS, ivwt-j:r.s, C20 Kansas avk. Tofxka, Kansas. For tlie Xadies. Have you handsome paper and envetopes for , correspondence? Did you ever try Hake's put up in neat boxes White Rose, Chamois Skin and Velvet brands, ruled and unruied? -p5Beautitul French and Crepe Tissue, all t -i-j coiors. for shades, ornaments, etc. JTT TfiV IV Dm and Stationery, . IV. eJUXriS, S01 KAS. AVE. A TIter"' Armor, An Essex, Conn., sportsman is hav ing1 manufactured for him a complete suit of rubber clothing:, by means of which he expects to slaug-hter num berless black ducks. The head piece i& the only part to be left in view, and U made in the form of a wild duck sitting- on the water with mag-nifying" glass eyes. The occupant can slaug-hter game by the wholesale when the ducks come near the decoy object to see what it is- It is quite an original invention and it is expected to work to perfection, the only drawback be ing that some other sportsman may take the head piece for a real duck and blrse away before discovering his error. LATEST 1 GULP AND UNION PACIFIC. Arranging: for the Operation of tha Joint Tarda at Denver. O if aha, April S. Receiver Frank Trumbull, of the Gulf road, and General Manager Dickinson of the Union Pacific, completed their conference at ioon re garding the details of the management of - the joint yards at Denver and . the operation of the Jules burg branch. As to the latter, the Gulf road will take the Union Pacific trains at Julesburg and work them to Denver on a mileage basi9, and was suggested in the trial of the Gulf case before Judges Caldwell and Sanborn last week. , The Gulf system will be held respon sible for the trainB after leaving Jules burg and on their return from Denver. The crews and engines from Julesburg to Denver and return wiil be in the em ploy of the Gulf system and their joint operation wilL.be paid, for as above Stated. -. .-. Switching in the Denver yards and other detail features have all been amic ably adjusted and a joint contract has been agreed-upon leas onerous to the Union Pacific than if the old contract had been held good by the circuit court in equity in the case. Mr. Trumbull left for St. Louis at noon. SOLDIERS' HOMESTEADS. Won't Have to Live on tha Land Six Months If This Bill Passes. Washington, April 8. The senate committee on public lands has agreed to report favorably Senator Kyle's amend ment to the sundry civil appropriation bill providing that any honorably dis charged soldier of the late civil war, and not now the owner of 160 acres of land, and who has not availed himself of priv ileges under the land laws of the United States, may acquire title to 160 acres of land by making application therefor in person at any government land office and paying the minimum price of $1.25 per acre. This law now requires a resi dence of six months on the part of the ex-soldiers. BLOODY INDIAN FIGHT. Cowboys and Settler Near El Xteno, O. .X Have a Desperate Eocoanttr, - El Reno, O. T., April 3. Advices from the scene of an encounter between a band of depredating Indians and some cowboys who were herding cattle, were brought here today by a courier who came for military assistance. He re ported that when he left, the fight was yet in progress and that then some eight or ten of the Indians and half that many white men had been killed or wounded. The settlers were rushing to the aid of the fighting cowboys and had surrounded the band of Indians and were slowly and surely picking them out. Two troops of cavalry left the fort for the scene of action, but as the distance is about seven miles they will not likely arrive before the battle is- over. Most of the settlers are well armed and accustomed to fight ing Indians and will take the oppor tunity to settle old scores. The feeling toward the Indians among the people who know them 13 very bit ter, and the chances are good that many will be killed before1 the troops get to the scene. There has been no news of the battle since the first courier came in and later news is eagerly awaited. No evidence of excitement or trouble is seen among the Indians of this neighborhood, and it is not feared that they will participate in the trouble T03I JOHNSON'S FRANK. Not Good to Carry Single Tax Pamphlets Into Canada, Ottawa, Ont, April 3. Some time ago, Congressman Tom L. Johnson sent a number of sin aria tax pamphlets to members of the Toronto single tax club. Instead of American stamps, the parcels bore Johnson's frank and were conse quently seized by post office authorities and destroyed. In the bouse of commons Gilmer (Liberal) asked the government for par ticulars. Sir Adolph Caron, postmaster general, said that in courtesy legislative papers of the United States congress were given delivery without stamp. Mr. Johnson's pamphlets did not answer this description. Mr. Gilmer will bring the matter up again. THE TARIFF BILL. Senator Allison Speaks in Opposition to tbe KilL Washington-, April 8. The tariff bill came up in the senate after some bus iness of minor importance had been tran sacted. Mr. Allison spoke in opposition to the bill . Mr. Vest submitted amendments most of which are to correct oversights by the finance committee. Mr. Allen, of Ne braska, offered a free coinage bill as an amendment to the tariff bilL Costa Rica Elects a President. New York, April 8. C. A. Delgado, consul of Costa Rica in this city, received a cable message from ban Jose, tne cap ital of that republic, today saying that Don Raphael Yglesias, the liberal can didate, has been elected to the presi dency in succession to Don Jose Rod eroguez. Perfect order prevailed throughout the republic. The new pres ident will take the rein3 of the govern ment on May 8. The Rival Assteasora. The case of the rival city assessors, Geo. D. Hale against Oscar Bischoff, was tried and argued in the supreme court this morninc. CoL T. W. Harrison and S. B. Bradford appeared for Mr. Hale, and David Overmyer and S. B. Isenhart argued the case for Mr. Bischoff. Both sides filed written briefs in the case which will be decided by the court in about ten days. ; A. Musical Treat. Prof. W. H. Lieb and Mrs. Charle3 S. Gleed will give a recital for the benefit of Ingleside on Friday evening, April 6th, at Library halL The artists being great favorites with the musical public will no doubt insure them a full house. The board of managers of the Kinder garten association' wiil meet on tomor row (Wednesday) afternoon, at 8:30 o'clock, at the- home of Mi3. T. E. Bow man. ' AMONG THE HORSES. Portraits of a Tteantlfal Hackney and a Gracefal OrlofC , A day spent among the horses is re corded with a shining mark in the mem ory of a lover of these grand animals, especially if , he is chained- to a desk in an office most of his waking hours. Such a white day the writer hereof passed lately at the Indian Neck stud, Oakdale, I L- ' The owner of the farm, Mr. Frederick Gf. Bourne, president of the Singer Machine company, is one of those wealthy Americans who for the love of it more than for gain has en gaged in the work of improving the breeds of horses in this country. Such men do not come in competition with the ordinary farmer on the contrary, they aid him. Mr.- Bourne's favorite in horseflesh is the hackney, which is the favorite also of Mr. Alexander Mair, superintendent of the Bcrarhe sfablea. At present the pride of Mr. Mair's eyes is Enthorpe Performer, 4 years old, registered in the American Hackney studbook as.No. 118. HACKNEY STALLION EKTHOP.PE PERFORMER. Enthorpe is considered one of the most perfect hackney stallions ever Been in America. At Indian Neck farm he is considered the best specimen. He is of the Yorkshire breed and is a bright bay, with "four white feet and snip on the nose." Enthorpe is a colt by the fa mous Matchless of Londesboro and re sembles his eire, showing th approved 6hort back and strong neck of the hack ney. In the Danegelt breed, from which Enthorpe Performer and Matchless are descended, the four white stockings, star in the forehead and snip on the nose are always looked for, they being char acteristic of the Danegelts. Enthorpe is a cross of Danegelt-Fireaway blood. His dam is Peg, by Superior! . His high step ping is a sight to behold. " Enthorpe is 15 1 hands in height Horsemen especially delight in his "ac tion, " which to the tminitiated appears to be the making of a great fuss and to do over every step he takes without get ting over . the ground any faster for it. However, that is . the - quality now de manded in. fashionable carriage horses, and Enthorpe has it in perfection. His hind action is magnificent, he handling his hocks admirably. It may interest our readers to know that Enthrope is valued at $25,000. At Indian Neck it is found that hackneys quite equal to the English article can be bred in America. ORLOFF STALLION AD. The second illustration shows a far different though none the less beautiful animal the Russian Orloff high school (haute ecole) saddle stallion Ad. Like all the Orloff s, Ad is a tall horse, being 15.3. He is 8 years old. Ad is a fine model of the saddle animal. He is trained in all the tricks of the riding school or high school horse, so called. He can walk Spanish, go through all the fashionable steps and movements riders of fancy saddle stock demand and almost dance a jig. He could do that undoubted ly if it was considered the fashionable thing. Our artist has caugb.1Ad's pose just as he is in the act of stepping out for his Spanish walk. The long, full, flowing tail, which has never been mu tilated by the fashionable system of dock ing, adds not a little to his stately and graceful appearance. He is an imported horse, a beautiful bay, with black mane" and tail, and so gentle that he was rid den last summer by a little girL A Foot of Air to the Pound of Live Weight. The true principle of ventilation is to let fresh air into the building by 6mall apertures in many places and to take it out by the same principle. Probably no better simple plan could be devised than to build a box about a foot square and as long as the building, 102 feet, with an end extending out of each end of the building. This box should be pierced with numerous small holes and placed overhead in the rear of the cattle and between the two rows. This will carry out the vitiated air Which rises to the ceiling. In front of the cattle at the floor on each side of .'the building about six openings of 1 by 2 feet and connecting with the outside air should be made. This should be covered with wire net-, ting, say, of one-quarter to one-half inch mesh or with boards pierced with nu merous holes." In front of each one of these cold air ventilators should be placed a slide, bo that they may be partly or entirely closed as occasion requires. It will be seen that by this method the pure air will mingle with the heavy carbonic acid gas, and as all is warmed by the animals it will rise to the ventilator at the ceiling and escape. In addition to this numerous windows should be placed in the build ing for light and air. Some days the windows should all be thrown open, as it is impossible to properly ventilate a building with so many animals in it on warm muggy days without these win dows. Cor. Buxal New Yorker. Moles in your lungs are tno glomes of Consumption Germs. The diseased spots are "Wiped out with, new tissue made by CO lilt's Emulsion the Cream of Cod-liver Oil, and hypophosphltes. This acts immediately upon the Lungs and makes new tissue there. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Don't be deceived by Substitutes! .; prep-red by Scott A Bonne, N. Y. All Drugg !!,, ; YISEEOOD m HIGHLAND PARK RAILWAY. EUHSTRAWS DAILY EXCEPT SBS3AY3. Leave Nlutli and Monroe streets..... C:ij a. rn. noon. . 5:a0 p. 111. ,. 7:;:0 a. in. Leave Vlnewood Park.. . ..... 2:H p. 111. " " " 0:05 p. 111. Sunday trains will begin running ubouc April 1st. FRENCH TISSUE PAPEIU IBS LA.KQXST LINK If TUB CITT. Z.Z. CHINA AND !AKT MATERIA!. COMPLETE HEWS DEPARTMENT. "Waslibiirn, Dru;ixt, 23 AK-AS V ARCHITECT. JOSEPH MARSHALL, Architect and Superintendent, 1004 KANSAS AVEMX THE SEATS PICKED OUT. Contrail X-et Today For Supplying tli Illgrti School. The board of education hold a meet ing today for the purpose of opening1 bids and determining on the contractor for supplying the new high school build ing with seats. There were eleven bid ders, and the successful company waj the United States School Furniture Co. of Grand. Hapids, Michigan, which was represented by Josiah Jordan, and its general western agent, D. E. Hunt. There were also five bidders for the pur pose of supplying the gallery of the &i bembly room? with opera chairs, but action on this line was deferred. The seats which have been adopted are an automatic, single seat arrange ment, of a new pattern. The contract amounts to about $1,01)0. The board went into "secret session" 'for the purpose of letting this contract. The board met last night in regular monthly session. The request of .Bow ers & Murtineau, the hili school con tractors, for a continuance of their time to complete the high school, by reason of delay in the plumbing,'was referred to the building committee. W. M. Davidson was re-elected super intendent of the city schools for another year, and IL W. Farnsworth was re elected clerk othe board. The time lor the next high school commencement whs set for May 29th. Superintendent Da vidson reported that more than 100 city teachers have signified their intention to attend the meeting of the teachers at Lawrence on Friday. T0-DA 'S MARKE'ITliEPQKT. Clilcni Market. Chicago, April t. No board of tradd today; city election; .no markets. Cattlk Receipts, 4,000. Market fair ly active with a slight upturn. Primo and extra native steers, $4.10(Ci4.23; fair to good steers, $3.75a.85; others, 3.50; Texana, $-.853.40. lioos Receipts, 14,000. Market ac tive and wean, an upturn of 10 to 15 cents. Rough, $4.25(34.55; mixed and packers, l4.G504.7O; prime heavy and butcher.weights, if 4.70ig,4.SO; assorted, light, $4.75gf4.S0. Sheep And Lambs Receipts, 9,000. Market active. Top sheep, $4.50g5.00; top lambs, $4.755.25. Kaii4R) Jity Market. Cattle Receipts, 3,300. Shipmerjta, 1,000. Market steady to strong. Texas steers, $2.658.15; Texas cows, $1.75s 2.50; shipping steers. $ 2.8504.10; native cows, $1.5J3.10; stockers and feeders, $2.50-55; bulls, f l.fe58.60. DRESSED BEEF AND EXPORT STEERS. 17 1476 $4.00 19.... 1414 3.65 13 1410 $3.80 22 054 3.3 ) 13....10a 3.25 21 862 3.5j 10.... 983 3.15 COWS AND HEIFERS. 1.... 830 3.15 5 1080 3.0O 2 830 3.00 8 921 2.V) 18.... 1041 2.75 1 1130 2.03 1....1100 2.00 4.... WSO Z.S3 1....1110 1.75 STOCKERS. 13 853 3.15 29 837 2.80 3 G80 2.50 27 831 4.12. SOh'f.. 700 2.60 FEEDERS. 10 1167 3.40 14.... 1004 3.25 10.... 1138 8.30 Hoas Receipts. 13,100. Shipment?. 40a Market 10 cents higher. Bulk: of sales, $4.40; heavies, packers and mixed, $4.35(84.50; lights, yorkers and pigs, $4.2004.45. SALES. 79 197 4.05 60.... 227 4.47 J. 84.... 188 4.45 -63 195 4.37 64 224 4.35 73.... 290 4.30 7 391 4.10 " 1 130 3.50 2 150 3.25 Sheep Receipts, 2,800. 5,10a Market strong. BALE3. 8.... 125 4.50 450sh'n. B8 - 62 3.60 394.... Shipment. 93 3b0 83 3.80 282. ..i 0 3.75 Xow York Niok llsrket. Americ'n Suear EeTy,89?; A. T. S. F., r' K .ft O.. t52: trie, its; i N 51 9": Missouri Facinc, .31 ?3 lieal- ing, 21 Hi New Englanc 10 ; Roc IE island. u; Union Pa cific, 21 ii; Western Union, 84; Chi-sa-a Gas, 64H. Cordage, 22?.