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STATE JOURNAL, TUESDAY EVENING APRIL 17. 1894.
1 1 v 1 4 5- 'I: ft 1 1 1 i a 3 I I) 1 111 II . it - r ; i I I ii 1 iiii Jlil ii RENTS! SITUATIONS! REAL ESTATE! AUCTION SALES! & OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS. ThxTopika Stats JorRNAi. guarantees. every day It Is prio-d. to glv a local circula tion more than double that of any other Tope ka paper, and by far More than all Oih.r l.li.. Combined. This makes this, paper the cheapest, as well a the best daily advertis ing medium in Tope. the classified advarti meuts below costing but FIVE CENTS A LINE, or 20 cents a line for a week; SO cents by the City "circulation rveryday exceed 6,000 total circulation over 8,000. Sworn detailed statement! of circulation pre sented on application sjjr-Call aud see any afternoon between 4 ana S. the handsomest, fastest, most perfect piece of printing machinery In Kansas a Web Perfect ing press, which prints from two to three com plete 4-page papers a second. SITUATIONS WANTED TREE. Are you In need of work? If so, you are at liberty to uxe these columns for assistance ia that direction. While this i.otice appears the Stats Joikxal will publish free on Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, for Topeka or Kansas people, all notices of -Situations Wanted." not exceeding nve line, r thirty-five words, in length. Provided Uiat 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 morning. No advertisements of this nature to be started except on Saturdays and Wednesdays. "o ob ligation is Incurred oa the part of the advertis er. J.o worthy and needy man or woman need hesitate to take advantage of this offer. So one In business or havinj employment Is expected to take advantage of It. but all others invited to avail themselves freely. WANTED SITUATIONS. TANTED A position as clerk by young lauy. Aaaress 3iiss nuu raron. city. "ItaNID-Situation by a good electrician. Can give best of references. Electric light work preferred. Address W. S. Kush, 1212 west Sth street. Topeka. Kans. rAXTED A situation by a young man of experience to take care of or drive horses. Can give best of references. Address W. b. K. 8-H Kansas ave , city. "W" ANTED Situation as bookkeeper by an experienced man of moral character. Best reccommendations given. Address H. C. ward C-- lusane asylum. "r ANTED Situation temporary or perma- neat. Married man of steady habits, frood penman. Several years experience In mer cantile aad office work. Interv.ew solicited, ad dress care Journal office, T. J. B. ATAN"TED Position by young lady to do gen- eral house work. Inquire at 22y Chandler street. WANTED H EL P. "WANTED Experienced girl in family of three; 433 Xopeka avenue. "WANT ti) Housekeeier. middle aged white woman without children; NT. Jackson. "W" ANTED-A good girl for general house- work at iw East Teach. LADIES WANTED To address circulars aud other easy orr.ee work at home. No i'Huvasiui. Oood wapes the entire year. Send self-addressed enveloie. Address, The Opera Toilet Co.. South Bead, Ind. W ANTED M ISC ELL AN EO US. WANTED Butcher outfit; cash for same. Inquire 4oo Kansas ave.. cigar store. VTANTED To rent house of S or 6 rooms close in. Address i. ti Topeka Business College. ANTED To sell some good work mares. American Bank, N. T. "YTANTED To trade solid gold watch or V ictor pneumatic safely for good light bu'gy.- Address with desuriuuou, Buagy. Jour nal. ANTED To buy a gentle driving horse for young lady. Kidder, swa west l-'th. T ANTED Ladles! Ladies! Are you out of employment? Have vmi a imiaii mnnnnt of money to invest? II so. call ou Miss L. A. Lane & Co.. loo Kansas avenue, from StoOp.m. "VrANTED Difficult stenographic work for practice of evenings by au experienced steno. Address "Steno." Journal office. VA.MED Gasoline stoves to repair at tin shop; 810 Kansas avenue. U. u. JLee. "tANT1lI To buy second hand slnele har- ness. buggy or phaeton. Topeka change, 806 Kansas ave. " ANTED To trade a phaeton for a good light delivery wayon. Vincent KaczyuskL 4th and Jackson. RANTED To buy a second hand wagon. V ( -! EHAL AGENTS WANTED Selling new articles to dealers; exclusive territory- no competition; no capital required; w to 3ot per centprolit. Columbia Chemical Co.. s and 71 Dearoorn street. Chicago, id- "W'ANTEU Everybody know that you can w w get j-our ula p(41M,r cieliuej tor one-third the price of repapermg. J. McConnelL loo tal utn st.. rooms 6 auU t. 'A.yitD-Soiue small real estate loans. ?iiuuu vtieenspaa. ANTED Watches, clocks and umbrellas to repair at 731 Kansas ave.. upstairs. VV fAD To move, b'ioui or uiu uuu- w w hold goods, freight-, etc. ISAiji & Sitijjf kH, 123 E 6ti St METtCHANlS' XltANa att 6i SIOBAliB CO. "ANTED Oh! yon never hew d of tin ware ,1,. mipuiiw svore, &unsiss ave. A-Nifc-O Woutogoto Hie iuverside uji. ana win vour tuuijov. Ixt Kansas ave. FOR S ALE-PERSOriAL PROPERTY "J"OR SALE One bay horse. 7 years old -a- weighs 1.300 pounds, price $30; ona bav '."" old. weigh 1.000 pounds, price $). Inquire Standard Oil Co. . P"-e TOK tALE A good, gentle drhrlug mare suitable for women to drive; also buutv rue,i,J'-tl"'a uggy cost. Thouip sou Bros., Kansas ate. l''0 .ALE The furniture In eleven com A piete:y furnished rooms. WiU se.l cheap if sola m uue io. Inquire Kansas ave. XOK SALE Fresh cows for sale at all times Jerseys, Holstein and Shorthorurat Union stockyards. North Topeka. "luu JScln BaifkTN.r011 0Ung WOrk teaw- Amer- lOK SALE-2 Shetland mares. 2 yearlini K. HA1'.tA. Sod 5-room house and lot JrByrlfe1.' Aam rroou e" J. Fi,B KALE A r1. second band phaeton. tTuilcy sLfe . Herrick e" shop.PNo!l44 f'OK SALE Work horses and registered Hol stein yearling bull, at the orchird luth st. and Kansas avs. TpOK SALE A good phaeton in good eondl tioa. incent Kaczyuskt, 4th and Jackson. IOK SALE No. S wsUboIler, worth tlJjQ. ow boo. " Kivorside -Mora. IjU Kansas am Let ua remlaa you that now is the time to take De Witt'a Sarsaparilla, it will do voa good, It recommendj itself. J. K. Joaes. , FOR SALE-REAL ESTT!:! pOB SALE By C. F. Bridge. 8J2 Kaaas ave. J- North Topeka, 1 lot, 2 room house, close In. for 2J5. I?OR SALE Lots 724, 7J8 and 723 Highland ave.. East Hill. Who will give ibe most. Address Short. 1503 east 6th street. IOK SALE Fine house near Washburn col - lege, imdern improvements, stable; would exchange for farm or other property; also fall ing top cart, cost will be sold cheap. Thos. S. Lyon, l8 College ave. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Bed room sets, tables, stoves and chairs. Inquire at 219 Huntoon. t'OR SALE All my household furniture; nearly new. W. M. Mitchell, 425 Clay st. JOR SALE OR TRADE Lot and two room bouse wlih basement. G-ood well, etc. On east 5th st. Terms easy. Address B., Mr Chest nut St.. Erie. Pa. IOR SALE Short time loans at 12 per cent . Interest. Simon Ctreenspan. FOR SALE- Gilt edge first mortgages. 7. 8, 9, 10 per cent. Simon Ureenspan. FOR RENT-HOUSES. FOR RENT Nine-room dwelling. 7 closets, pantry, heated by furnace, city gas, well and cistern wacer. large lawn, shade, first class sta ble, fornished or unfurnished. Orrin T. Welch, 01 Quincy st. FOR KENT Six-room house. Lowman Hill, stable, well, cistern; Oeo. L. Epps, 421 Kansas ave. E70R KENT HoOse or 5 rooms, 115 Cjuincy. Inquire 117 Quincy or at 130H Topeka ave. 17-OR KENT 5 room house 120s Lincoln, 7.00. Inquire at 631 Kan. ave. EOK KENT A good six room house. Inquire of Dr. Kobv. 11a West tUi sc. FORJRNTj-ROM. T7"OR KENT Furnished or unfurnished south front room: 835 Van Bureu su IOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms, first - floor, suitable for general housekeeping. Inquire 616 Jackson. IOR KENT Pleasant unfurnished down stairs room, good repair, cheap; 714 Jack son street. FOR SALE OR TRADE. I70R SALE OR TRADE My beautiful home, - No. 807 Harrison st. W. H. tirimtb. TOR TRADE A good surry horse for a large -- mare in foal; 1710 Madison st. -OSJAjSDFLIJD LOST One Knights of Pythias charm. Re turn to A. Samuels, 410 Kansas aveuue will be liberally rewarded. E7OUND The place to have plumbing done;., - Allen, 808 Kansas ave. Tei. Bid. M5CEL LANEOUS MONEY SAVED By buying one of those new ice chests at Jas. Lonii's cabinet shop. near i-'ourtn and Jacicson streets. A KEUIS1 EKED yearling bull for service at the Douthitt farm, liili and Kansas ave. IT gives me great pleasure to recommend the Amos process of carpet cleaning. His work on carpets and rugs has been very satisfactory. 31. C. Hammatt, April 16, N. W. cor. Xyier and loin. "TAGAZINES BOUND, and old books re-J-vX bound. Sights, scenes and magic city bound in auy style at reasonable prices. J.u. Kodemeyer, Bookbinder, 711 Kansas ave. Ci5 a day made, steady employment guaianteed V seiliug a Household necessity and new, cheap Kitchen Utensil. Sell on sight. Salary or commission. Particulars free. Clifton Soap Si Alig. Co.. o03 Walnut si., Cincinnati, O. LOR REAL estate or rental properly see Benedict ie Co., out Kansas ave. KACTICAL PIANO TUNER Years of fac tory experience. S. Tracy, 701 Kansas ave. W1U.IAM DWIGHT CHURCH Analytical v v and Metallurgical Chemist and Assayer. Examination of mineral deposits and mines. Offices: Denver. Colo., Prescott. Anna. M RS. E. K. LILLY, nurse, can be found at 11 J3 est bixtu street. .STAyfP. .9?. STOLEN. STRAYED A dark brown mare with a heavy black mane and tail, in good order ana weight about laOo pounds. Information at room 32. Columbian building, will be properly reward ed by K. VV. Poiudexter. M O N E Y TO LOAN. I desire several real estate loans to nil special orders. Loans made in any amount from $100 upwards. Parties having money to loan are Invited to write or call at iuy office. I am fur nishing investors very choice loans. I. L. Bet ter, 5ta Kansas aye.. Dudley's bank. MONEV to loan on bonds, mortgages or per sonal notes. Sio OREKyaPATf. CJOOU notes and uiortgages bought and soul. bta- Gukiixa?A.. 1AKTIES wishing a sate ana paying Uivast- meut for their money, call at uuc on d. M, Wood Co. Cn4 Kansas ave. NOTICES. "V"OTICE To whom tt may concern: Be It known that ourpecitiou is on tiie in the pro bate court asking tor a permit to sell Intoxicat ing liquors at No. 523 Kansas avenue, in the Fourth ward of the city of Topeka. Hearing for same Is set for May mli at a a. m. 8'IH & UULLIDAV. April 17. 184. "J"OTICE To whom It may concern: Be it ' known that my petition is on hie in the pro bate court asking for a permit to sell intoxi cating liquors at No. 823 K.iusas avenue, iu the Third ward of the city of Topeka. Hearing for the same Is setter May 1st. at a. m. H. M. Washbcrv, March si. lS9i. "V'OTICE To whom It may concern: Be it 1. known that my petition is on hie in the pro bate eourt asking for a permit to sell intoxi cating liquors at No. 200 Monroe street, in I he Second ward of the city of Topeica. Hearing for the same is set for May &th, at y a. m. 1 ' jAiiEij L. Brown, AprU 4. 181M. TVJOTICE To whom it may concern: Be it i known that my petition is on tile in the office of the probate judge of Shaurnee county, Kansas, asking for a permit U seil mtoxicatmg liquor i at "--- West Sixth street. Toueka. Shawnee coun- tfy. Kansas.' Hearing Is set for the ?4th day of April, isi. ti a. ni. w. t . tk.unz. Topeka, Kansas, March 21. 1894. AM a candidate for elerk of the district court subject to the decision of the Republican pri maries. E. M. CXM. KBEX.L. Dr. A. M. Callahan Is a candidate for clerk of district court, subject to the Republican nom ination. IslM. rpo THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS of Shaw X neeCouuty: I will be a candidate for the office of clerk of the district court 01 Shawnee county, at the Republican primaries this spring. I have lived In Kansas ail my life, always worked zealously for the success of tne Repub lican party, and have never before been a can didate for office. If chosen for this responsible position, 1 promise the most efficient aud faith ful attention to the dunes of the office. H. J. Adams. Attorney. . . Ill East Eighth St., Tope'a ARCHITECT. JOSEPH MARSHALL, Architect and Superintend en t, 'M4 KANSAS ATEKrF, BUSINESS CHANGES. CHANGE OF BUSINESS SALE Owing to a change to take place in our business we fcro compelled to reduce our stock, which is th largest and most complete line of Men and Children's clothing and Gents Furnishing goods In the city. Every article In our establishment shares this great reduction in price notning re served. For $5.00 we will sell a nice light colored spring suit usually sold for tn.oo. For $8.75 we are showing a fine Un of CheT lotts, Cassimere and Worsted suits cut In the latest style, and well made, regular price of these goods ti 2 and $14.00. For $16.50 we give you your choice of any $22 and $24 suits in the bouse. For ss cents we sell you a child's jCnee Pants suit, ages 4 to 14. regular price $1.75. For -'.50 a fine scotch or Worsted suit sold by others for $4.00 and $5.00. Our $4.50 Boy's suits Include all the latest styles and nobby patterns In the market. Ask for them. Men's Baibriggan Underwear, all colors, worttt $1.25 a suit, bale price 85 ceats. Men's hats In au the latest shapes, sold by other houses for $3.00. Our price $1. 60. Men's heavy cloth pants well made, worth $1.75. Sale price $1.00. Men's Fina Dress Pants; we have the most complete line of these goods In the city. All goods usually sold $5.50, $6 and $7. we ara Sow ottering for $4.50. Don't fail to see this. 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 share this same reduction. as this is an opportunity which will probably never again present itself to the buyers of this city, it should be taken advantage of by every purchaser of clothing iu Topeka. Mall orders accompanied by the cash will receive our prompt and careful attention. ETTEN SON'S Square Dealing Clothing Company, 433 Kansas avenue. Opposite postoffice. SURGEONS. SE. SHELDON. M.D.. (UKGEHY AMD OISKASM OF WOM1S. Office No. 720 Kansas Ave. J. C McClintock, A. M., M. D. Frances Storrs. A. B.. M. D. MrCLI XTOCK Jk 8TOHUS, Practice limited to SURGERY and DISEASES OF WOMEN. 330 Kansas avenue. Office hours, 8 to 4 p. in. AZ-iZ:0- SURGEON. TTmR. MARY E. STEWART. -a- 634 Harrison St., corner of 7th St OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN. Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 4 p. m. Tele. as7. TDA C BARNES, M. D. Office and residence, 732 Kansas Avenue. Office Hours 9 a. m. to 11 a. m .and ip.in.tt 1p.m. Phone 99. TR. J. K. MULVANE Special attention given to chronic diseases. umce open au nours. 600 Kas. Ave. Phone 82. gTELLA KIRBY, B. S. M. D-. Office and Residence, 706 West Sixth St. Office Hours: .2-5 and 7-8 p. m. Telephone 123. jyX.I.XA. HARDING. v. 709 KANSAS AVKJlPa Ttle. 402. . M. K. MITCH it LL. M. D. Offics 511 S. Kansas Ave. Tel. sw. K evidence 831 N. Van Buren street. ' TeL 19s. L. A. RYDER, M. D. . OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon street and Central ave.. North Topeka. Phone 314. Uses the Brinkerhoff system of Rectal treat ment, a successful aud painless treatment for piles, fistula, fishure, ulceration, etc. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. W i l.CH ft WILSON. ATTKONEYS AT LAW, 623 Kansas Avenue. Commercial Law and Land Litigation. De faulted Mortgages attended to. Practice la all State and Federal Courts flAXX. & lngaljIsT ATTOBNEYS AND CODSSILOM AT UV. Sooms 1. 2 and 8 fourth floor. Central National Bank Building, Telrhohi 413. TOPEKA. KANSAS. WM. R. HAZEN- ATTORJItr-AT-LAW. 6sa Kansas Avenue. - - - Topeka. Kansas. J. M. SHEAFOR- LAWYER 523 Kansas Avenue. Practice In Federal and Stata Courts.' BKXBY KXIfLKK. R. B. WELCH. B. A. WAGUiU Keeler, Welch & Wagener, ATTORNEYS. 654 Kansas Avb. Tofisa, Kaksas. TJYAS & CAMPBELL. X ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS, ooms No. 16, 17 aad 18, Bank of Topeka Bld'g. L A. M.. HARVEY. O. O. OSaOBJT. HARVEY St OSBORN. Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Boom as, Columbian Building. Topeka, Kansas. X. a. wxomy. T. r. lXBAJr. FERRY & DORAN. ATTOHX1Y8 AMD COUNSELORS AT LAW, KB Kansats avenue, - - - - Topeka. Kannaa Rooms 8, and 10. ' .LEED. WARE & GLEED. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Booras 19, 20, 21. 22, Central KatT Bank Building. CRD C. SLATER. A aitoiuiey at law, 628 Kansa9 Avenue. Commercial Law and Land Litigation. De faulted Mwrtgages attended to. Practice in all tba Stata nd Federal Courts. XT' BANK HERALD "" ATTORNEY AT LAW, 410 KaniAS Avenue. Iofeka, Kaksas. a a. bird, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, 601 Kansas Avenue, Booms 5 and S. Iofika, Kansas. T IN US 6k WEBB. ATTO&lfXT AT LAW. 117 Sixth Avenue Wast. "Pf G. LARIMER, ATTORNEY, Boom 26. Columbian Btttldiho. ntO, A. M CURAT. JKO. V. AlKAHAVi MURRAY & AHRAUA21S, LAWYERS, CIS KAJtsAS A vs. ToniA, KAiraAa. :Y'ellw, Dried t'p Wrinkled. Is this the way your face looks? If so; try Begg-s' Blood Purifier and Blood Maker. It not only purifies the blood, but renews it, and gives your face a bright youthful appearance. Sold and warran ted by W. K. Kennady, 4th and Kaa. Ave. De "Witt's Sarsaparilla is prepared for cleansing the blood from impurities and disease. It does this and more. It builds up and strengthens constitutions impared by disease. It recommends itself. J, K, Jones. . The Statu Jocbsal's Want and Mis cellaneous columns reach each working day in the week more than twice as many Topeka people aa can be reached through any other paper. This is a fact. Peerless Steam Iwaundry at 113 mod Hi West 8th, 6 MASONIC. Frederick E. Barnes, Grand Blgh Priest of If aw Tork Fratamal Clulps. Bro. Frederick L Barnes, recently elected grand high priest of the irrand chapter of lioyal Arch Masons of New York, state, Is etui a young man, having been born In 1848. In 1884 he made his advent in -Masonry. He became a Royal Arch Mason that year, and two years later he was dubbed aud created a Knight Templar in Pales tine commander. No. 18. Bro. Barnes Is also a member of Mecca temple. Nobles of the Mys tic Shrine. He F. E. BARNES. served aa captain of the host in the grand chapter in 1891 and served two terms as deputy. Bro. Barnes is a veteran of the war and a member of Lafayette post. No. 140, G. A. R. Polar Star lodge, No. 1, of New Orleans recently celebrated its centenniaL The grand lodge library of Iowa has re cently acquired the very valuable Bailey or Tans Kee collection of curios, estimated to be worth tl00,00p. The collection consists of idols of all kinds, some of them thou sands of years old, ivory carvings, choice specimens of pottery, royal costumes, mar velous embroidery, household articles, coins, etc. A novel step as far as Masonry in Minne sota and clearly every other state is con cerned has been taken by the Scottish Rite Masons of Dulnth. They have taken two ladies into the order by the rite of adoption, which is recognized in the ritual, but has seldom been exercised in this country. There are over 600 Masons belonging to 13 lodges in Prince Edward Island. The Masonic temple at "Washington was injured by fire recently. - In every extensive government or society we find that the wheels are moved by a few, while the many serve to steady and sustain the motion. The general grand council of royal and select masters will convene at Topeka July 16. M. P. Orestes A. B. Senter of Colum bus, O., is grand master. New Mexico has 18 lodges and between 700 and 800 members. It should have fewer lodges and more members in each or large ly Increase its membership roll. The Scottish Rite, fourteenth to thirty second degrees, was celebrated and confer red recently at Cincinnati under the aus pices of the Ohio grand consistory. A Masonic library was recently presented to Gordon lodge. No. 2149, Hanley, Eng land, by Bro. James Charlesworth, past master. A brief formal inauguration cere mony was performed. The cost of the kitchen range and appur tenances of the New York home aggregate $1130. It is indeed a model kitchen. "' Bro. William J. Duncan, grand librarian of the state of New York, is a man of rare attainments and a learned and prolific writer on Masonic subjects. The largest lodge in Canada has over 300 members and Is located in Hamilton. UNITED WORKMEN. Annual Session of the Grand Lodge of New Jersey Chips From the ilenoh. At the third annual session of the New Jersey grand lodge, held at Trenton, offi cers were elected as follows: Grand master workman. W. E. Haverstick, Rahway; grand treasurer, James E. Moon, Phillips burg; grand overseer, William F. Marsh, Elizabeth; grand recorder. J. H. Lippin cott, Camden; grand receiver, Goldson Test, Camden. New York had 470 deaths for the year, an increase of 12 over 1893. The charter fee was reduced from $50 to $19 by the grand lodge of Michigan. 'New England has a total of 837 lodges and 37,442 members. Kansas reports an increase of 2,100 mem bers for 1893. Bro. E. H. "Wheeler of Colony la grand master workman of Kansas. The bond of Michigan grand lodge offi cers having jewels is $100. Michigan has reduced the fee to be paid by a member whose beneficiary certificate has been annulled, when reinstates from $7 to a. s Modern Woodmen of America. The prohibited occupations include rail way brakemen, railway engineers, railway firemen and switchmen, miners, employees in gunpowder factories, wholesalers and manufacturers of liquors, saloon keepers, bartenders, ballooDists, sailors on the lakes or seas, plow grinders and brass workers, professional baseball players, professional firemen and soldiers in the regular army. Camp No. 120, Omaha, has 607 members. - According to the report of Chairman Pierce Humphrey of the auditing commit tee, after an investigation of the books and vouchers of the head clerk and head bank er and the financial transactions of the board of directors, the benefit fund at this time contains a balance of $29,257 and the general fund $61,325. Royal Areanam. Two assessments have been called by the supreme treasurer No. 192, called March 1 and due SO days from date, and No. 193, dated March 16 and due one month from date of call. The eleventh annual session of the grand council of Missouri, held at St. Louis, elect ed the following officers: Grand regent, P. R. Flitcraft; grand vice regent, J ere Halde man; grand orator, Louis A. Steber; past grand regent, Carl Moller; grand secretary, Charles B. Cox; grand treasurer, A. S. Rob inson, Jr., all of St. Louis; grand chaplain, Frank H. Caleottof Kansas City. The next session of the grand council will be held on the third Tuesday in February. 1895. Patriotic Order Sons of America. During the year just closed 6,475 new mem bers were initiated Into the order in Pennsylvania; 130 were admitted to mem bership by card, and S43 were reinstated. The total membership in the state is 47,899, and $105,95L31 was expended in the pay ment of sick and funeral benefits. The total receipts during the year were $343,427.46; total expenses, $323,382.81; the amount of cash In the treasuries of subordinate camps, $139,584.84; invested ia real estate, bonds, etc, $449,646.28: valae of paraphernalia, t3C2w816.14; total valuation, $792,045.77. . DILAPIDATED SHIPS. AU That is X-ft or tho Loss Brazilian Insurrection. Copyrighted, 1394, by the Associated Press Bkunos Atbes, April 17. The re mains of the Brazilian rebel fleet com manded by Admiral De Mello, which ar rived off this port last night are the sub ject of extensive exchanges of telegraphic messages between the authorities of this place and the Brazilian government through the Brazilian minister here. The rebel ships are the Republica, Meteora, Iris, Urano and Esperanza. They are in a very dilapidated condition and the rebels on board of them are suf fering from sickness, wounds and lack of proper food supplies. Their temporary wants have been sup plied, with the consent of the Brazilian minister, who has received advices from Rio de Janeiro saying that a general am nesty will be granted to the insurgent rank and file and that the Brazilian gov ernment will pay the quarantine ex penses of the ships if they are sur rendered to the Brazilian minister. Consequently the Argentine govern ment, with the consent of the rebel leaders is now superintending the de livery of the five war vessels to the Bra zilian minister, which will have been ac complished by the time this dispatch reaches the United States. " The crews of the rebel ships here are being disem barked at the lazaretto here and will be cared for until further orders are re ceived from Rio de Janeiro. It. is be lieved that when the men and- ships are in a proper condition, they will rejoin the Brazilian vessels under the govern ment officers and return to Rio de Jan eiro. President Peixoto's government has notified the government of Uruguay that the expenses and passage money home of the insurgents who landed in the de partment of Roc ha, Uruguay, will be paid by the Brazilian government, and that they may all with the exception of the leaders, return to Brazil with no fear of being severely punished for the part which they have taken in the rebellion Nothing seems to be known of the ul timate destination of Admiral de Mello and General Saldago, although it is be lieved the former will take the opportu nity of escaping to some foreign country where he can hide himself for the rest of his life. On all sides the utmost contempt is ex pressed for Admiral De Meilo whose de sertion of Admiral Da Gama is looked upon as being a proof of cowardly treach ery which even the admiral's most inti mate supporters condemn. To such an extent does this feeling prevail that it is openly stated that Da Gama proposes to seek put Admiral De Mello and compel him .to meet in mortal combat. Those who should know Ad miral De Mello the best believe that he will take care to avoid any such meeting. If the rebel admiral falls into the hands of President Peixotd, there is little doubt but that he will be promptly tried by court-martial and shot. NO JUNKETING TRIP. The PopnlUt ' Railroad Assessors Won't Take Any Free Ride This Year. The board of railroad assessors has ad journed until May 22, when they will listen to the tax commissioners in refer ence to lowering of the taxes. It baa been the custom of the railro?i assessors to travel over the roads in the state before the assessment is made. The board has evidently came to the conclusion that it ia hardly consistent with reform ideas and anti-railroad doc trine, to be hauled over the state in a sumptuously fitted private car at the in stigation of the roads, and so this year it is given out that they will remain in their offices and let the roads come to them through their representatives. The board is composed of Lieutenant Governor Daniels, Attorney General Lit tle, Secretary of State Osborn. State Treasurer Biddle and State Auditor Prather. . MUST BURY THE WIRES. Boston Street Hallway and Telegraph Companies Must Bury Their Wires. Boston, April 17. The West End Street railway was today formally noti fied of an order passed by the board of alderman to remove all the feed and re turn wires of its overhead trolley system in the - crowded parts of the city and place them under ground. - The road is given until November 15 next to complete the work. The West ern Union Telegraph, the New England Telegraph & Telephone company and the Boston Electric Light company have also been ordered to place their wires under ground in certain sections of the city. ' A COCKROACH IN HER EAR. Pains For Throe Months in Her tie ad Are at Last Explained. Miss Mamie AIcNair, daughter of Alexander McXair, is ill with pneu monia. Three months ago she was troubled with pains in her ear, but on ex amination nothing was found to cause It. Yesterday the pains returned and on closer examination it was found that a cockroach fully three-quarters of an inch in length was in the ear canal. It had evi dently been in the ear for three months as the head and legs were decayed off. Miss McNair was taken with a fever a few days ago and it finally took the form of measles, and now she has the pneu monia. THEY'RE ON BOATS. Common wealere Make lb Start by Water for Wllllamsport. Cvmberlakd, Md., April 17.-The ommonweal soon finished loading on its barge. Hancock will be the first stopping place. Thence the army goes to Williamsport where the canal will be forsaken for a six miles tramp to Liagers- town. From Hagerstown, the army will con tinue on the route originally laid out. The army has high hopes for the re mainder of the Journey. Aquidahan (sunk Perhaps. Montevideo, April 17. The officials af the Brazilian legation here have re ceived a dispatch saying ' the rebel war ship Aquidaban, formerly flagship for lie Mello, has been sunk off Oanta Cath- arina by Brazilian torpedo boats. Mr. Lnndwicks, a fireman, living at 406 Chandler street, ia very ill with per oditjs. ' The Miller-Dana case comes up for hearing in Justice Furry's court tomor row morning. F. L. Jeltz and Wm. Pope will speak at Pittsburgh and Girard next week in the interest of the Republican party. Mua'3 1 rOK CLOTHES.'? THE BRoOTCil QAM B UK CO. OUTTb RIOTOUS SCENES. Mods of Strikers Terrify Workmen but the Strike Is Over. Connelsvixle, Pa, April 17. The scenes around the Wheeler and Morrell works last night revived memories of the riotous proceedings when the strike r.-ai inaugurated. Mobs of strikers march ed up and down the roads between the two plants and those who went to work yesterday were besieged by hordes of Huns and Slavs. Fires were built and watch kept up all night. The besieged workmen wero frightened almost to death. Many of them offered to surrender and join the strikers, but their wives and families dissuaded them from this action. Despite the disorder at the Wheeler and Morrell plants the strike is over and next Saturday will see the entire region at work under the Frick scale. TO-DAY'S MARKET REPORT. Famished by W. Fodersnaa, Br.li.rlt ttrain. Provisions and ntoeks. Keal K tate Building, corner seventh and Jaek son Streets. Chleac Market. Chicago, April 17. Wheat opened weak and lower today on selling at the start, but reports of continued drught and crop damage in California caused a quick reaction, and the loss was mor than recovered. May opened Jc lower at 60c and touched 60c, afterwards ad vancing to 60 & m c. Corn was firm in sympathy with wheat. May opened Jc higher at i$c and ad vanced to 39ic. Oats Firm. May 32- Provisions were slightly lower on hog receipts above the estimates, but steady on buying by Nelson. Morris & Co. May pork opened unchanged at $13.33, advanced 5c, and reacted to $13.25. May lard 7.42. Estimated receipts for Wednesday: Wheat 50 cars; corn ft5 cars; oats 135 cars; hogs 27,Oo0 head. Armi. 17. Op"Ullli;lifLow.!Clo'd Wh eat Apl. . . May.. July. . Sept. . Corn Apl. . . May . . July. . Oats Apl. . . M ay . . !593,l60t'695.!60 6014:61 ;648T.0i 6202 62 82 J4 632643, 563?.t'!o; 38'885;38?ai385i, 00 oK 64 3H4 398 32 32 H 39i'38 39 f8 40 32 1B 32H 40 !40B 40 32 32Vb!32 3232?!32 Cattlk Receipts, 5.500. Market slow and 1520c lower. Prime to extra na tive steers $4.604.75; medium, $4.00fc$ 4.25; others $a.853.95; Texans, un changed at $3.003.70; light run. Hous Receipts, 16,00. Market opened higher, closed same as yesterday, or say 5c lower. Rough heavy, $4.504.90; packers and mixed, $5.155.40; prime heavy and butchers' weights, $0.45 5.55; assorted light, $5.405.45. Sheep anp Lambs Receipts, 15,000. Market slow; 20c lower; large numbers unsold. Top sheep, $4.804.90; top lambs, $5.25Q5.65. Xsaneas Cttjr Marltet. Kansas City. April 17. Wheat Jg$le higher. No. 2 hard 51c; No. 2 red 54c; No, 3 red, 53c; rejected, 45c. Corm Wlc higher; No. 2 mixed 3536c; lSo. 2 white, S6 30Mc Oats -e higher; No. 2 mixed, 83 3 33c; No. 2 white, 34c. IUic--Firm at 48c Flaxseed Steady $1.181.19. Bban -Weak, 61 63c. Hat Firm; timothy, $7.50ga00; prai rie $67. Butter Quiet; creamery 04j22; dai ry 15 18c. Eo Active; steady at 9c, Cattlb Receipts, .10,100; shipments, 1.900. Market 10& 15c lower. Texas steers, 3.35S.80; Texas cows, $2.O0y)3.OO; shipping steers. tS.35s3.80; native cows, $j.003.50; stockers and feeders, $3.103.75; bulls, $2.25&S.10. DRESSED BEEF AND KXFQRT STEERS. 21... 87 . . . 17... 63... ,1508 $4.40 . 1225 3.90 . 1025 3.65 . 916 3.50 COWS AND . 736 3.45 23 1322 47 1117 10.... 1009 HEIFERS. 36 760 3.75 3.60 25., 13.. 22.. 3.30 3.0 3.15 1095 8.25 20 888 811 8.15 12 1050 STOCKERS. 19.... 720 2.98 4.... 682 2.25 FEEDERS. 36.... 1125 3.65 Hoes Receipts, 15,400; shipments, 900. Market opened steady; closed weak to 10c lower. Bulk $5.155.20; heavies, packers and mixed, $6.00tf- 5.25; lights, yorkers and pigs, $4.908 5.20. 115.... 285 5.25 29 228 5.20 63 278 5.2J 114 243 5.20 80 233 5.20 66.... 256 5.17 44.... 213 5.10 89.... 183 5.12 42.... 228 5.1214 79 215 5.10 Sheep . Receipts, 4,400; shipments 200. Market weak to 10c lower. iew Yric rit.ek Mrkt. Americ'n SutrarReTy, 87?; T. S. F., 15,; O. B. & Q81t; Krie, 16; U Ss N Bf)- Missouri facific. 294: Read ing, 20W; New England, 11; Roek Taf.r, St. PauL 62: Union pa cific, 19; Western Union. b4; CUlcago Gas, 65; Cprdage, xi. W. H. Trumn is ill at her home. 423 Taylor street, with erysipelas. Good work done by the Feerles