STATE JOURNAL, SATURDAY EVENING APRIL 14. 1894.
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& OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS.
Thi Topeka Statr Jocrai, guarantees,
every day it Is printed, to give a loc.it J-"1"1
tion more than double that of any otl er Top
ka paper, and byfarMor. th all
l).lltCoinblned. This makes this paper
the cheapest, as well as the best daily advertis
ing medium in Topeka. the classified advertise
ments below oostiug but
FIVE CENTS A LINE,
or 20 cents a line for a week; 50 cents by the
"'city 'circulation everyday exceeds 6.000 total
circulation over 8.000.
sworn detailed statement of circulation pre
sented on application. ,
tyjr-Call and see aziv afternoon between 4 ana
5, tlie handsomest, fastest, most perfect piece
of printing machinery in Kansas a eb Perfect
ing press, which prints from two to three com
plete a-page papers a second.
SITUATIONS WANTED FREE.
Are you In need of work? If so. you are at
Hbertv to use these columns for assistano in
that direction. While tins notice appears the
State Jourxal will publish free oq Saturday.
Monday and Tuesday, for Topeka or Kansas
people, all notices of -Situations Wanted." not
exceeding live lines, or thirty-five words, in
length. Provided that all advertisements of
this nature are handed in previous to
ten o'clock Saturday morning; also on Wednes
day. Thursday and Friday, all advertising of
this class handed in by ten o'clock Wednesday
No advertisements of this nature to be started
except on Saturdays and Wednesdays. No ob
ligation is Incurred on the part of the advertis
er. No worthy and needy man or woman need
hesitate to take advantage of this offer. No one
In business or having employment is expected to
take advantage of it. but all others Invited to
avail themselves freely.
Vv A iM TED SITUATIONS.
XVAXTED-A position as clerk by young
lady. Address Miss Lulu Faron. city.
Al'ASTED Situation bv a good electrician.
Can izive best of references. Electric
lliiht work preferred. Address W. S. Rush, 1212
west sth street, lopeka. Kans.
r ANTED-A situation by a young man of
experience to take care of or drive horses.
Can give best ot references. Address W. S. R.
2-4 Kansas ave., city.
YVANTED Situation as bookkeeper by an
experienced man of moral character. Best
reccommendatioiis given. Address li- C. ward
C-2. Iusaue asylum.
"ANTED Situation temporary or perma
' nent. Married man oi steady habits.
goi 1 't-i i i 1 1 an . octciiii jean triprucuto tumri"
cantile aud oflice work. Interview solicited, ad
dress care Journal oihce. T. E. B.
" "W t A X' T P T l PAlriAti 1 v.- .-..i.i... 1 , 1 1- tt . 1 irr.n
era! house worn.. lnu.uire at Chandler
WANTED H ELP.
ANTED young men as newspaper sollc-
uois. i.aii ai no c oui,
"ANTED Experienced dmins room girl at
m ais.er s restaurant, t-'4 ivansas ave.
T AD1ES WANTED TO WRITE AT HOME:
$13 weekly; no canvassing. Reply withstawp
Miss Faunie Felknor, South Bend. Ind.
TAN'IED A woman for general house-
WV1 ilU:t be competent, aiuall family.
Appi uui AopeKa ae. at. i o ciock p. lu.
T ADlts WANTED To address circulars
-a-4 and other easy office work at home. No
canvassing, oood wages the entire year. Send
eit-aiidressed enve.ope. Address. The Opera
louei to., nouui ceiiu, ina.
AT ANTED To trade solid irold wtL-h or
lctor pneumatic safe'y lor good light
buggy. Address with description. Buggy, Jour
ANTED Good girl or woman for general
house work. 3 miles from citv. Steadv
$12 per mouth. Address P. 6. box, 217
ANTED To buy a gentle driving horse
ior young lauy. nidder, soo west 12th.
lyAM to Ladies! Ladies! Are you out of
einploytiieiit? Have you a small amount
01 money to invest-.' it so. call on Miss L. A.
Lane Co. , looa Ka.isas avenue, from 3 to 6 p. m.
A l to Oithcult stenoicranhic work for
practice of eeiiinis bs- an exDerienced
i oy an expe
KtMIUl A.lilrCd "Srui.ii I(i.iiii..i .m...
WAMtu lo exchange an 3 room house
west ot avenue tor equity in cottage in the
vicinity 01 asnuurn cohere. Address 'House
W" ANTED Gasoline stoves to repair at tin
v shop; slO Kansas avenue, o. U. Lee.
W'AMtU To buy second hand single har-
uess. ougy or piiaetou. lopeka Ex-
cuange. eut ivansas ave.
'-A-NTtU To trade a phaeton for a good
it ll U II .1 I .... I - . r .
AN XED To buy a second hand wagon. V
"" Aiaiwi, -11,11 auu jacKuo.
( EN E RAL AGENTS WANTED Selling new
arucies 10 ueaiers; exclusive territory; no
iiuiipeiiuou; no ca juai required; 2oj to ojo par
cent proiit. Columbia Chemical Co., OS and 71
Dearooru street. Cnieago, lu.
W AN TED Everybody to know that you can
7 w get your old paper cleaned for one-third
the price ot repaperiu. J. F. McConnell, 106
rooiii o anu o.
an 1 to some small real estate loans.
a. itu-w ttches, clocks and umbrellas
w iciir ai. .ai iwansas ave.. upstairs.
"AN TAO To move. SiOu. or snip nouse-
S A t V Aj i 1 1 ? xr u . .
MEBCHA.MV iilA.Vsi'fci Jt STOKAUE CO.
AN! tl oh! you never heai d of tin warn
-."i. unemue store. VJ lansas ave.
AN Itli-ou to go to the Riverside slord
-uui uiuudi, t6 jausas ave.
FOR SALE-PERSONAL PROPERTY
h SR ?;LEt7u"-'k, berry P'aut. i.oo for 100
fn ,!:ut' Hedraberry plants. 50 cents for
1UU plants. Lim and other shade trees
t iean. rich surface dirt and rich dirt trom the
7. ... .TIT. . "".'a'11 -ail ai JBel-
" c-ai am t. oolin U. Knox.
" TTT : T .
Li ok SALt-3 Shetland mares, a veariln'
Hflin ' t -i". 'fr1 8a fBUC p3". w. li.
- MO COSb OL11 au
T"OR SALE One lawn hose and SDrinkler
s7h J'tVi , "an- Duusehold goods. ao4 west
X FnniiiruVtu .. i. """" uauu pnaetOU.
Quln?? su eick s carriage shop o. 44
I,inAvllT;,0Kk.no,'.se?anJ registered Hol-
u-; rT;rVl al luo orcllara luth st.
jpOK SALE A barber shop. 60S Clay street.
OR SALE A pjod phaeton in good condi
tion. V indent ku-nn.bi j.i.
j &iiu acKSon.
f-HI'K-:Xo. 8 wishboIler. worth nja
UUW K VAK fin crura T L."
. IAJ n.ansaa aTSL
OK SALE A good pneumatic bicycle, che&n.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
?ATE-y -,F.- BrldK. 83 KanaTave?
it IPeka. 2 room house, close La;
l?OR SALE Lots 7-.H. 726 and 723 Highland
tastHiH. Who wili give Uie most
Address Short, lias east eta street
FOR SALE Six lota in Cjulnton Height, or
Vill trade for stock. W. J. K- .Lock box
362, Topeka. Kan.
FOR SALE Fine house near Washburn col
lege, modern improvements, stabie; would
exchange for farm or other property; also fall
ing top cart, cost Wili be sold cheap. liios.
S. Lyon, ltisa College ave.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
FOR TRADE Safety bicycle for a fresh cow.
Call at 615 Tyler street
FOR SALE OR TRADE Lot and two room
house with basement Oood well, etc On
east 5th st Term easy. Address it., 4y4 -nest-nut
st, Erie. Fa.
IOR SALE Short time loans at 12 percent
- interest Simon Greenspan.
'OR SALE Oilt edge first mortgages,
10 per cent! Simon Ureenspan.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
. r x ft? E"fT Ytnuea n( R hvimd 11". flnlnpv.
L Inuuire 117 Quiney or at Urz Topeka ave.
IJ'OR KENT 5 room house 12&J Lincoln, 47.00.
ln.inira or Ml K in ave.
JOR RENT ily residence, household goods,
- land, stock, etc., in liiuland Park. Apply
on the place. Brick house. No money needed.
Call at once. iurs. x.iie raiuici.
r?OR KENT A furnished 8 room house from
-I-June 1st to September 1st. Centrally locat
ed, 'l erms reasonable to a earefui renter with
out children. Address A. T. Journal oihce.
TO RENT Desirable houses. Harry O. Lar
imer, attorney at law, room 24, Bank of To
POR KENT Good
room house. 712 Fil-
'OK KENT A good six room house,
ot Dr. Kobv. us v esc otu sc.
rOR RENT Nice rooms on first floor for
J- light house keeping er board. 709 Topeka
"lOU RENT Two
rooms, 3rd story.
$.00 per month, lis west
'OR RENT First floor unfurnished rooms,
good repair; cheap, 714 Jackson st.
rpo KENT To gentleman and wife a pleas
- ant turnistieu room, with modern conven
iences. Ateleieuces required. Address P. O.
OR RENT Rooms for light housekeeping.
can aiternoons, nu mpoa avenue.
I70UND Keys and rule on lath and Topeka
- avenue. Owner can have same by paying
la cents lor tins notice.
LOST lVi yards of blaclc lace and 2 bunches
of flowers. Leave at Journal office.-
I'OUND The place to have plumbing done; A.
Allen. 80S Kansas ave. Tel. 3&.
ft Y T.AT)Y fihintr tr maL-A r ur-.Lr
uuietly at her own home, address with
stamped envelope. Miss Lucne B. Logan, Joll
n. In. This oiler is bonaude. and it Will pay
you to investigate If you can spare two hours per
ET EVERY colored
house Monday night.
Voter be at the court
"HE COLORED voters will hold a mass meet-
Ing at the court house Monday night
ATAGAZINES BOUND, and old books re-
-LV-i. bound. Sights, scenes and masiu city
oounu iu any style at reasonanie prices. J. u.
Kouemeyer. BooKbinuer, 711 Kansas ave.
45 a day made, steady employment guaranteed
' selling a Household necessity and new.
cheap Kituhen Utensil. Sell on sight Salary or
commission, rarticuiars iree. oiutou aoap x
Mtg. Co., aw walnut st, Cincinnati, o.
I have had one of my moquette carpets clean
ed bv the Amos Process and it is very satis
factory. Mrs. John Mulvane. 0th and Monroe
streets, orders leu at Lauies t.xciiange lis
west sixtn street or witu 11. u. jarr, &ia fois. st.
will get prompt attention.
T7OR REAL estate or rental property see
ueneuici &. o., bui A.ausas ave.
IRACTICAL PIANO TUNER Years of fac
tory experience. S. Tracy, 701 Kansas ave.
tTILLIAM DWIliHT CHURCH Analytical
WL.MXU1 ILta 1 1JL1 JL LLlLUCt Hi XL1VA 1UU1D3.
RS. E. K. LILLY, nurse, can be found at
lsi West Sixtn street.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
tJTRAYEU OR SiOLEN From 511 Van Bu-
reu. small sorrel pony, heavy mane and tail.
v eb halter with rope natter scap.
CJTRAYED A dark brown mare with a heavy
J black mane and tad. In eood order and
weight about 1300 pounds. Information at room
32. Columbian building, will be properly reward
ed by t.. W. roindexter.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I desire several real estate loaus to Oil special
orders. Loans made in any amount from
$100 upwards, farcies having money to loan are
uivitea to write or can ai. my omco. x am iur
uislnuu investors very choice loaus. L L. Bet-
zer, 5i Kansas ave., Uudley's bank.
X OANS Money on improved city property;
A- lowest raLes. easiest lerins. O. P. Kincade,
409 Kansas avenue.
ON t x to loan on bonds, mortgages or per
" TONEY TO LOAN on real estate; best rates.
- easiest terms. It. i'. Kuicade, 4os Kansas
ave., with It. t. Abstract Co.
' UOi) notes and mortgages bought and sold.
1AKTIES wishinz a sat 9 ana paying mvaii-
A meut for their money, call at once oua.lL
v ood Co. eu Kausas ava.
N'OTICE To whom It may concern: Be it
known that my petition is on tile in the pro
bate court astiiu-r for a permit to sell intoxi
cating liquors at No. 8-3 Kansas avenue, in the
1 nira warn 01 ine cuy 01 lopexa. Hearing ior
the same is set tor May 1st. at a a. m.
11 . ASHEl'RS,
March 31, 1894.
NOTICE To wtioni it may concern: Be it
known that my petition is on Hie in the pro
bate court asking lor a permit to sell intoxi
cating liquors at No. 200 Monroe street. In the
secouu wara 01 ine city 01 lopeiia. Hearing ror
the same is set for May 5th. at 9 a. rn.
JAMES 1. tEOWK,
April 4. 181.
"OTICE To whom it may concern: Be it
of the probate judge of Shawnee county. Kansas,
asking for a permit to sea intoxicating Uquori
at 4C-J Vest Sixth street, Topeka, Shawnee coun-
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April. 134, at a. m. W. F. Kuiwz.
Topeka. Kansas. March 21. 131H.
Dr. A. M. Callahan fs a candidate for clerk of
district court, subject to the Republican nom
TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS of Shaw
nee County: I will be a candidate for the
office of clerk of the district cuur; of Shawnee
county, at the Republican primaries this spring.
l nave iieu iu ivansas an my ine. aiway
worked zealously fhr the success of the Kepub
liean party, and have never before been a can
didate for oflice. If chosen for this responsible
position, I promise the most efficient and faith
ful attention to the duties of the oflice.
H. J. Adams. Attornev,
111 East Eighth Si.. Topeka.
We put on new neckbands on shirts.
Peerless Steam Laundry, 112 and 114
West Eighth street,
CHANGE OF BUSINESS SALE Owing to
a change to take place in our business we
are compelled to reduce our stock which Is the
largest and most complete line of Men and
Children's clothing and Genu Furnishing goods
In the city. Every article in our establishment
shares this great reduction m price nothing re-
serveu. , .
For $5.00 we will sell a nice light colored
spring suit usually sold for $9.00.
For $8.75 we are showing a tine line of Chev
iotts. Cassimere and Worsted suits cut in the
latest style, and well made, regular price of these
goods $12 and $14.00.
For $10.50 we give you your choice of any
$22 and $24 suits In the nouse.
For 98 cents we sell you a child's Knee Pants
emt u ltau tj, 1,1 rAiriilnr TirioA 1 7r
r or 'j.oo a nne ocotcn or v orsieu suiv
by others for $4,00 and $5.00.
ur ti .vi Bov's suits include all the latest styles
and nobby patterns in the market Ask for them.
Men s Baioriggan muerwear, aucoiors. nuim
i -, u suit. S;ilrt nrica HS cents.
Men's nats in an tue latest snapes. som fjr
other houses for $3.00. Our price 1-50.
Men's heavy cloth pants well made, worth $1.75.
KhIm lirW-n S1.IIO-
Men's F'ine Dress Pants: we have the most
comnleta line of these coods in the citv.
All goods usually sold $5.50. $t and $7. we are
now ottering lor $4.50. .uon 1 tail to see 1111s.
We have a full and well selected stock of
men's summer shirts which It will pay to see.
our line of trunks and valises snare tnis same
As this Is an opportunity which will proDaory
never again present itself to the buyers of this
city. It should be taken advantage of by every
uurcnaser 01 ciotning m lopeita. -iaii urucu
accompanied bv the cash will receive our
prompt and careful attention. ETTEN SON'S
Square Dealing Clothing Company, 433 Kansas
avenue. Opposite postotnce.
FIRE ALARM NUMBERS.
4 Morse and Jackson sts.
5 Kansas ave. and Railroad it
6 Gordon and Taylor sts.
7 Laurent and- Harrison sts.
8 Grant st. and Topeka ave.
9 "A" st and Topeka ave.
12 Kansas ave. and Fourth st
18 Kansas ave and Second st.
14 No. 1 Station. Kansas, ave. near Gordon.
15 Monroe and Kious sts.
16 Kansas ave. and Garfield St.
17 Kansas and Tenth aves.
18 Kansas ave. and Thirteenth st
19 Kansas and Euclid aves.
21 Crane and Adams sts.
22 No. 2 Station. 7th st. near Kansas are.
23 Lake st. and East Sixth ave.
24 F'ourth and Branner sts.
25 Seventh and Holllday sts.
va Eighth ave. and Madison st
27 Tenth ave. and Sac and Fox state road.
28 Seventeenth and Jefferson sts.
29 Third and Monroe sts.
81 Sixth and Topeka aves.
82 Sixth ave. and Clay st.
83 No. 3 Station, Jefferson st. near Fourth.
84 Western ave. and Ninth st
85 Tenth and Topeka aves.
j F'ourth and Taylor sts.
87 No. 4 Station, Clay st near Eighth av.
88 Twelfth and Taylor sts.
42 Euclid ave. and Buchanan st
43 Thirteenth and Lane sts.
45 Eleventh st. and Morris ave.
46 Seventh and Lane sts.
47 Topeka ave. and Third st
62 Eleventh and Monroe sts.
53 Tenth ave. and Lawrence (t
121 Klein and Seward aves.
123 No. 408 East Sixth ave.
124 Euclid and College ave.
41 Van Buren aud Twelfth sts.
61 Quincy and Crane sts.
64 Fourth and LaFayette sts.
Boxes north of river.
Fire alarms are sounded upon the tower bell
at department headquarters by striking the
number of the signal station nearest the fire. In
this manner: If for box 4, four distinct strokes
and repeated; if for box 13, one stroke, a short
pause, then three strokes, and repeated, thus,
f-III, I-1II, etc. "22" Is sounded for all fires
within the district Dounaea oy r 11 in, Aiatu,
Jackson and Quincy streets.
lis strokes, ana repeatea, roiiowea oy me
number of the signal station nearest the fire, 1
the second a la km for a serious fire.
Thrfrstrok.es. followed by twelve, and
repeated, is the oeneral alarm for a very
dangerous fire, and calls out the entire depart
ment with a detail of police.
Two strokes, slowly, indicates fire is OUT.
One long whistle from water works, for firef
south of river. Three whistles from same, tow
fires north of river.
PUT ON Y OUR WALLS
10 CENTS A ROLL,
814 Kansas Ave.,
Stock All New.
Just received a new in
voice of the latest designs
in Wall Paper in all grades.
Let me figure on your Paper
Hanging and Painting.
F. A. BECKSTRDM,
518 JACKSON ST.
Easy to Take
the system in
A specific for
SB. SHELDON, M.D.,
BURGER! A.HD DISEASES OF WOMEJf.
Office: No. 720 Kansas Ave.
J. C. McCllntock, A. M., M. D.
X ranees siurrs, a. 4 "
HeCLIXTOCK Jk STOHRS,
-ci . ,, 1 crnirnv an.) IlISF.ASKS
OF WOMEN. S30 Kansas avenue. Othce hours.
a to 4 p. m.
"P.R- MARY E. STEWART.
U 34 Harrison St.. corner of 7th St
OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN.
Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. in. Tele. 237.
JDA C BARNES. M. D.
Office Hours 9 a, m. to ll a. in .and 8 p. m- te
p. in. rauiw w.
XJ SDeeial attention eiven to chronic diseases.
Office open all hours.
600 Kaa. Ave. Phone 82.
gTELLA KIRBY, B. S. M. D..
Office and Residence, 706 West Sixth St.
Office Hours : 2-5 and 7-8 p. in. Telephone 123.
jyR. EVA HARDING,
709 Kansas Avenue.
JR. M. R. MITCxlELL, M. 1.
Office 611 8. Kansas Ave. Tel. 249.
Residence 931 N. Van Buren street. TeL 198.
I A. "RYDER. M. D. .
kFFICE and residence cor. GJrdon street and
' rontmi jivb North Tooeka. Phone 214.
Uses the Brinkerhoff system of Rectal treat
ment, a successful and painless treatment for
pues, nstuia, nsnure, ulceration, ew.
ATTO R NEYS AT LAW.
C M. Welch. E. O. Wujsojt.
WELCH & "WILSON,
ATTKONEYS AT LAW,
623 Kansas Avenue.
Commercial Law and Land Litigation. De
faulted Mortgages attended to. iractice la au
State and Federal Courts.
1ALL & LN GALLS,
ATTORK EYS AND COl'ITSEI-ORS AT UW,
Rooms l, 2 and s fourth floor. Central National
Telkphoick 413. TOPEKA. KANSAS.
6K1 Kansas Avenue,
- - Topeka. Kansas.
J. M. SHEAFOR
623 Kansas Avenue.
"Practice In Federal and State Courts.
BKKBT KEKI.EB. St. B. WELCH. S. A. WAGKSU
Keeier, Welch & Wagener,
034 Kansas Ave. Topeka, Kansas.
KVAN & CAMPBELL.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS.
Rooms No. 16, 17 and 18,
Bank of Topeka Bld'r. 1
. A. M. BABVET. O. O. OSBOBJf.
HARVEY & OSBORN.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
Boom S3, Columbian Building. Topeka, Kansas.
X. . rBKBT. T. DORAJ.
FERRY & DOKAN,
ATTORXETS AND COUNSELORS AT UW,
IBS Kansas avenue, ... - Topeka, Kansaa
Rooms 8. and 10.
JLKED. WARE & GLEED.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Booms 19. 20. 21. 22, Central Xat'l Bank Building.
UKED C. SLATER.
A? AIIOB.NKV AT LAW,
628 Kansas Avenue.
Commercial Law and Land Litigation. De
faulted Mortgages attended to. Practice In mil
the titate and Federal Courts.
ATTORNEV AT LAW.
410 Kansas Avenue, Tqpbka. KAKaxa.
yy A. S. BIRD.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
601 Kansas Avenue,
Booms 5 and 0. Tqpska. Kansas.
LINUS 8. WEBB.
AI XOJiMKY AT 1AW.
117 Sixth Avenue West.
.JJ Q. LARIMER.
Boom 28, Columbian Bptlpixo.
Jin). A. MCBRAT. JVO. V. ABRAHAMS
MURRAY & ABRAHAMS,
OS Kansas Avt Topiica, Kansas.
VINEWOOD AND HIGHLAND
PARK STREET RAILWAY. .
Trains vrill leare Monroe Street station week
days for Vlnewood as follows: 6:45. 9:19, 11:51,
' TrainsVill leave Vlnewood for Monroe street
at 7:57. 10:31, 1:02, 4:19. 6:50.
SUN DA V TRAINS.
Leave Monroe street 8:02, :19. 10:36, 11:51.
1:50. 3:07. 4:24. 5:41.
Leave Vinewood 8:42, 9:50, 11:16, 12:30.2:30.
Extra Sunday trains will be run according
to company orders. Pocket edition time table
will be.issued In near future.
Architect and Superintendent,
- 1004 KANSAS AVENUE.
It cures blood and ekin disorders. It
does thia quickly and permanently. Is
there any good reason why you should
not use De Witt's Barsaparilla? It reco
menda itaell. J. K. Jonea. .
TAKE THE FIRST STEP.
Enterprising Business Men
North. Topeka Meet
TO INDUCE THE BURLINGTOX TO COME
A Chance for Topeka to et Another
BIS Railroad The Speakers Are ta
In pursuance of the call. Issued by the
chairman and secretary of the Commer
cial club of North Topeka, there was a
large representative assemblage of north
Bide business men at the engine house
They seerr.edto understand what they
were there for and no time was lost in
getting down to business. Much enthu
siasm was manifested. . In . the absence
of the chairman, S. O. tlrmy was called
upon to preside.
Postmaster A. J. Arnold was the first
speaker and immediately launched Into
the subject of the Burlington railroad.
He said that it is a well known fact that
the road has long been desirous of com
ing to tnis citv, ana tnat recently it nas
had its representative here looking over
the ground; that a Leavenworth man had
told him that it was worth more to the city
than any other road they had. He said
every movement for the material ad
vancement of Topeka that had amounted
to anvthine had started in North Topeka
and he looked lor great results irom tnis
lie was followed by James Thompson
who said he had endeavored to get up a
general meeting which would include
gentlemen from the south side Dut naa
not met with any encouragement.
Sam Dolman said he had been in cor
respondence with officials of the Burling
ton for some months past ana jvas con
vinced that they had an eye on Topeka
from the fact that their replies had been
He moved the appointment of a com
mittee of three to draft resolutions to be
forwarded to the officers of the company
and the chair appointed on the commit
tee Sam Dolman, A. J. Arnold and James
Thompson. Harry Safford was subse
quently added to the committee.
While they were preparing a report
the meeting was addressed by Judge
Casey whose remarks were in line with
those of the gentleman preceding him.
The committee reported the following
resolutions, which was unanimously
Resolved, That, we, the business men
and citizens of the First ward, city of
Topeka, most cordially invite the C, B.
& Q. R. R. Co. to build into Topeka and
hereby pledge said railroad company our
united support and influence in securing
terminal facilities and patronage.
Resolved, Further, that a copy of
these resolutions be furnished and for
warded by the secretary to the president
of said company.
Geo. B. Payne, secretary of the club,
presented some data relative to the busi
ness done on this Bide by the other
roades. , His figures showed that the
amount of grain shipped to North To
peka by the Santa Fe alone for the year
ending July 1, 1893, was 1,458 cars. AI
lowing the same amount to the other
roads would make the total about 4,000
cars. The amount of flour shipped out
of North lopeka by the same road dur
ing the same period, was 435 cars. . Allow
ing the same amount to the other roads
would make a total of about 1,300 cars,
It was decided to forward a compilation
of these figures with the resolutions.
An all important question on this sub
ject is: "Did the Burlington build its
magnificent steel bridge at Leavenworth
merely to run into that cityi '
The meeting adjourned for one week.
The county commissioners will meet
again next Thursday. '
The Scottish society will meet, this
evening at Justice Grover's office.
A Topeka woman makes Christmas
presents as a profession. She is an artist
The Sons of the American Revolution
will hold a meeting in Topeka next
The executive council of the" Kansas
G. A. R. will hold a meeting in Topeka
T. L. Bain and Dr. A. M. Edison will
leave Monday for 1 Paso in the interests
of the Pan American Investment com
pany. Harry E. Lyman, th Topeka sport,
has accepted a challenge to wrestle with
William Fisher of Kansas City for a
purse of $100.
C. E. Penquite has been ordered re
leased from the county jail on condition
that he pay $5 a month (o the county
until his tine is paid.
Charles M. Hill, formerly manager of
the old Windsor hotel and the founder
of the Midland hotel at Kansas City, is
now manager of the Windsor hotel,
The Scribble club will meet this even
ing at 630 Kansas avenue. A Downing
will read a paper on "Variety of Verses"
and Z. F. Riley will read" about "The
Simile and the Metaphor."
The county commissioners have or
dered parts of three once prosperous ad
ditions vacated. A part of University
place; part of Catalpa Grove and a part
of Linwood Heights are the part of "the
city which will now be devoted to agri
culture. Rev. F. M. Porch will deliver 'a lecture
at the English Lutheran church tomor
row evening on "Pilgrim's Progress, He
will illustrate his lecture with several
fine paintings Bx9 feet, representing the
different scenes. Rev. Mr. Porch is an
interesting talker and this lecture prom
ises to be an excellent one.
The county teachers association is in
session at the High school rooms this
afternoon. Prominent on the programme
is a debate on the question: Resolved,
"That the Battle of Tours was Detrimen
tal to tho Civilization of the World." J.
C. Blake and Wm. Vanorsdol are on the
affirmative and S. F. Wright and W. W.
Harvey, the negative. -
Capital Lodge Nd. 7 Degres Team of
D. of H. will give a calico ball at their
hall, 420 Kansas avenue, Thursday even
ing, April 19, 1894. ' Admission 25 cents
couple; extra ladies, 10 cents.
The State Journal's Want and Mis
cellaneous columns reach each working
day in the week more than twice as
many Topeka people as can be reached
through any other paper. This is a fact
Read the "Wants." Many of them are
as interesting as news items. See if it
is not so.
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FOR CLOTHES. '
THE PR OCT EH a OAMBIE OO, OfNTl.
TEE SAKTAJPE ROUTS.
TRAINS TO KID OJf.
In effect on and after April la, 1894.
& rratt loom . .
10:35 am 10:40 am
8 is ani')0:R' am 10:40 am
Den. & Tex. Lim
01 9:30 am ll::w am ll:.-oiu
81 l:40pni 8:ar. pin, 3:4." inn
S. V.6i Kl FasoEx
1:45 pill 8:60 pill' 4:00 pia
'Kansas City &
4:30 pm 6:40 pml
9:20 pm'll:35 put' 11:43 pia
Man. & B. Acc.
Between Kansas City and 'lopeka only.
K. C. Local
1 :.V) pm
'2:00 pm! 4:
2:40 pm; 6:
4:30 pm 4:8r pm 6;
5:10 am 5:10 amj 7
A tlantiu Kxuress
4:25 am 4:35 am
Man. & B. Acc.
Kx. Sunday. ..
'"Between Kansas City and Topeka only.
ATCHISON AND ST. JOSKFH.
t V Leave l-av i Arrive
Trains. No. st Joe Atchis-ujTopeiuk.
& Texas Kx- I
press .' 105 8:30 am 9:20 anvil :20 am
Colorado Night I
Kxpress 107 8:35 pm 9:25 pm 11 :26 pia
Leave Arrive j'Arrivo
'lopeka. Atcliis'nj St. Joe.
Bt. Joe Morning , I
Express 10S 6:15 am 7:15 am 8:05 am
Bt. Joe Evening
Express 106 4:4Qpm 6:35 pm 7:20 I'm
Buy railroad. Pullman or steamship tickets of
KOVv LEV BKOS..
Agents Santa Fe route, southeast corner Sixth
and Kansas avenue. Topeka.
Or W. C. Uakvky. Aent at Depot,
Or akkui.ii & Son.
Anents, .North Topeka.
BOCK ISLAND ROUTE.
In effect on and after November S, 1S93.
10:40 am' 12:50 pm
Lv S. J.
Lr S.J. I
Boa th west Night
7 :10 pru!10:27 pm
Et. Joseph and
4:26 pmi 6:30 pn
Ur 3. J.
Ar S. J.
6:00 am ' S:8Sara
Mail via bt
Mall via Kan
sas City C
E:10 ami 7:S0aw
B Daily, except Saturday.
Dailv. except Monday.
For tickets, sleeping-car berths and er-n-rtt
Information, call at City Ticket effloe, 601 E aa
sas avenue, corner Sixth street, (telephone :
at Passenger Station, corner I-irst street an I
Kansas avenue, (telephone 34); or at I'ostoffrot
Korth Topeka, (.telephone 8t.
11. O. GARVEY,
City Passenger AeaL
Eastern Vestibule No. 8. leaves 2:47 p. m.
K. C. Accom. No. e, leaves 7:10 a. ni. i
Western Vestibule No. 7, leaves i-.aS, p. ra.
Salina Accora. No. 5. leave 6 60 p. in.
Iaily except Sunday. All othM-s daily.
Train No. 8, solid vestibule to Ohieaso, dintnf
ear. free chair cars, etc.. ruunin; over the Chi
cago & Alton from Kansai City, has turoun
sleeper for SL Louis via Missouri Pacific.
'If an No. 7, solid vestibule for Denver,
making direct connection for Pacific eut.
Through Pullman cars lor Salt Lake; IhrouuiA
colonist car to Portland, etc.. etc
City ticket oflice. 6 6 Kansas ava.
Train. No L'v's TopeJ;a
TopeVa and Fort Scott ac
commodation 25 10:00 a. TO.
Topeka and Fort Scott a?
oommodat.toa 'Mm :30 p. ca.
For tlio X.adic5
Have you handsome paper and envelopes for
correspondence? Did you ever try Hake's put
up in neat boxes White ltose. Chamois Skiu
aud Velvet brands, ruled aud uuruled1.'
-gsBeautilul French and Crepe Tissue, ail
tsL? colors, lor shades, ornaments, etc.
J IT TAVLU Drue and Stationery,
. li-. l J A JCjS, 601 KAS. AVE.
Creates health, creates strength, cre
ates vigor: De Witt's Harsaparilla. It
recommends itself. J. K. Jone.
The State Jouknal's Want and II is
cellaneous columns reach each workintf
day In the week more than twice a
many Topeka people as can be reached
through any other paper. Thia is a fact.
Read the "Wants." Many of them are
aa interesting as news items. SSee if it
is not so.
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