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STATE JOURNAL, THURSDAY EVEXING APRIL 19. 1894.
f . li i p - 1' f u 'J 1 IV ! ' ! I 1 .v V j. BENTS! SITUATIONS! REAL ESTATE! AUCTION SALES! & OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS. Tmk Topksa Statu: Jocrxal (guarantees, every dav it is prined. to give a local emula tion more than double that of any other Top ka paper, aud by tar Moi- than "J1. " ..."I llieComblil. This makes this paper the cheapest, as well as the best daily advertis ing medium In Topeka. the classified advertise ments beiow costing but FIVE CENTS A LINE, or 20 cents a line for a week; 50 cent by the "city "circulation everyday exceeds 5,000 total Circulation overS.OoO. , sworn Uetaiie.l statements of circulation pre sented on application. t9-Cikil and see any afternoon between 4 ana 6. the handsomest, fastest, most perfect piece of printing machinery in Kansas a Web Pertect ln? press, whieti prints from two to three com plete s-pae papers a second. SITUATIONS WANTED FREE. Are you In need of work? If so. you are at liberty to use the column for assistance in that u;reetion. W hile this notice appears the M ate Joi a.vAi. will publish free on Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, fur Topeka or Kansas people, ail notices of "Situations Wanted." not exceeding tire 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 morning. 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 aud 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 thuinseives freely. WANTED SITUATIONS. TAN1ED- Situation In laundry; had some experience. Auuress 317 jacitson St. r A rtI A situation by a No. 1 miller and w engineer; 25 years experience; can furnish best of "reference. Address W. B. Simons, 216 Cleveland avenue, Wichita. Kan. AY "ANTED-Washing by a poor widow woman at s-s Aaams street. VT ANTED Situation as housekeeper In or out of the city. Address C. C, Journal. "WANTED By a younz man finding it neces- sary to stay In Topeka for a few weeks a place to do light work around house or barn; steady work not objected to. Address O. H.W., care of State Journal. "W ANTED Situation as bookkeeper by an experienced man of moral character. Best reccommendations given. Address U. C. ward C-2, Insane asylum. WANTED HELP. VVT ANTED Experienced girl In family of three; 433 lopeka avenue. WANTED M ISC ELL AN EOUS. RANTED One-horse delivery wagon. Ad- uress a. j. xjavis. is ortu lopeKa. " ANTED Dress making to do- cutting and fitting a specially. Airs. P. E. Taylor, H3 est Second st. AY TAXXED To rent doecart: may buv. Call 433 Lincoln St. XTANTED Good city loans; have some money and can loan oh Second mortgage. O. P. Kl jaik. 4j Kansas ftve. w 'ANTED To sell some good work mares. American Bank, N. X. WANTED To trade solid gold watch or V Ictor pueumatic safeiy for good light buggy. Address with description. Bugy, Jour nal. AY T ANT ED To buy a gentle driving horse for young lady. Kidder. SoJ west 12th. ANTED Gasoline stoves to repair at tin shop; siO Kansas avenue, li. U. Bee. AA VVANTED To buy second hand single bar- ness. buggy or puaetou. Topeka -Exchange, Sob Kansas ave. "WANT ED To trade a phaeton for a good w light delivery wagon. uiceut Kaczynski. 4th and jacitiou. AA ANTED To buy a second hand wagon. V Kaczynski, 4tu and Jackson. rjENERAL AGENTS WANTED Selling new articles to deaiers; exclusive territory- no competition; no capital required: aoj to joj per cent prolit. Colunu.ia Chemical Co., and 71 Dearborn street, cuicago. lit. XT' ANT ED Everybody to know that you can " Kt your old paper cleaned for one-third the price ot repaperuig. J. McConiieu, 10 Kast tin St.. rooms 6 aud ti. AY TAXIED soma small real estate loans. simon ureenspau. "WANTED Watches, clocks and umbrellas W 1 rwimip or 7.1 - - - aau3s ave., upstairs. V AN 1 AD To move, STOika or snip itouse w lioid goods, ireignt, tc. SA1X iV &Kl.M.Mi.li, 123 E 6th st MEECHA.Mo' XKA-an.xt at S To K AGE CO. AY w 7 ANT ED Oh! yoa never beard of tin wars ' bu citHiin hiv.i.iu .1,... . - ""j ,w 0. v , Li ae. ' A-s 1 iiii i ou 10 go to the liiverside stole 211111 VM Ytklir liL.ti.tv L. .... -""- - . . k UU.Id ta FOR SALE-PERSONAL PROPERTY "I70R SALE Work horses and registered Hol stein yearlings bud. at the orchard Six teenth street aud Kansas a. venue. IOK SA LE A good safety bicycle, cheap, at 4uu.s Kansas ave. . T70K SALE One bay horse, 7 years old. weighs 1.5 JO pounds, ptice $30: one bav mare, years old. weighs i.ojo pounds, price Inquire Standard td Co. y IOK SALE a gootl. gentle driving marei suitable for women to dr.ve; also buggy and harness at less than buggy cost. Thouili son Bros., naB Kansas ave. Xi.1,tr2VK,TheJfurnitur9 ' eleven com plete y furnished rooms. Will se,l cheap J sold in one lot. Inquire 3J3 Kansas ave. i"'UiK-SAI't f!ru cow r sale at all times H" Jerseys, Holste n and Shorthorn, at Union ttockyarus. Norti Topk.a. lSin BaiflTN X youD work team- Amer- T,"K,,SALfI2h,'uanil "tnares. 2 yearling LzXHl K'agsaT. 1 F"f' stALC-A. eood -n house and lot cheap at 723 Adorns street, fronu east J P'CJR. SALE A good phaeton In good condl-tuxt- lucent Kaczynski. 4Ui aud Jackson. IOK SALKN'o. 8 washboller, worth si.au, a- tiow u& Kiverside stura. ixt Kansas ave. JOR S ALE-MISCELLANEOUS. 17 OK SALE A good parrot; nice talker - young; siu an Buren su , VOK SALE A restaurant and lunch room -A doing a good business and wttil located Small capital required. Luyuire for advertiser at Journal oBice between 11 and 12 o'clock. I'OfcL .sxLt White leghorn eggs. 00 cents uer setting; o Vail Buren street. IOR SALE Short time loans at li per cent interest. Simon Greenspan. . JOK SALE Gilt ed-ja first mortgages, 7, a. 9, 10 per cent. Simon Greenspan. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. "POR BALE By C. F. Bridge. 832 Kanas ave. -a- North Topeka, t lot. room bouse, close in. tor fAA FOR RENT-HOUSES- FOB KENT Five-room house, 5"; good well aud cistern; 60S Chandler st. Inquire next door north. I7Oii RENT Nina-room dwe ling. 7 closets. . pantry, heated by furnace, city gas, well and cistern water, large lawn, snade. hrst class sta ble, turnishdd or unf uruished. , Orrin T. Welch. Ml Quincy st. IOR KENT House of 5 rooms. 113 Qulucy. Inquire 117 Quincy or at 13J-J Toieka ave. IOK KENT A good six room house. of Dr. Kobv. lis West ttu su inquire . FOR RENTj-OMS. IOR RENT Furnished room for light house keeping on first floor. Inquire at -13 East Fifth street. - IOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms, first floor, suitable for general housekeeping. Inquire 6:6 Jackson. 17OK RENT Pleasant unfurnished down - stairs room, good repair, cheap; 71-1 Jack son street. FOR SALE OR TRADE. rpo TRADE Good gold watch for phaeton or A- jump seat surry. Address A. B. C., Journal. TO EXCHANGE Three-room cottage and corner lot on Bowman Hili or some Tots, for horses or painting. Call at room lb, Bauk of TopeKa bunding. IOR SALE OR TRADE My beautiful home, . No. 307 Harrison st W. LL GruUih. L'OB TRADEDA good surry horse for a large L mare in foal; 1710 Madison st. sj-NDmjrp LOST Breast collar, tugs andbritchen to sin gle harness. Piease return to M. A. Pryer. LOST A small diamond stick pin. leave at Dr. "VSasson s otlice, 25 avenue and be iiberahy rewarded. Finder Kansas LOLiND The place to have plumbiug done; A. Allen, 803 Kansas ave. Tel. &ss. MISCELLANEOUS. MONEY SAVED By buying one of those new ice chests at J as. Long's cabinet shop, near rourth and Jackson streets. MAGAZINES BOUND, and old books re bound. Sights, scenes and maic city bound in any style at reasonable prices. J. u. kuueiueyer, Bookbinder, 711 Kansas ave. 445 a day made, steady employment guaranteed V' selling a .Household necessity and new, cneap Kitchen L' teusil. Sell oa sight. Salary or commission. Particulars free, ciif ton Soap & Mlg. Co., 33 Wainut sc., Cincinnati, O. ,'Oli REAL estate or rental property see .oeueuict & ua, wji n.anas ave. P RACTICAL PIANO TUNER Years of fac tory experience. S. A racy, 701 Kansas ave. WiLLIAM DWIGHT CHURCH Analytical ' and Metallurgical Chemist and Assaver. bxamination of mineral aeposiCs and lniueS. O luces: Denver. Coio Prescott, Ariza. MRS. E. K. LILLY, nurse, can tound at 113 West Sixth street. STRAYED OR STOLEN. STRAYED A dark brown mare with a heavy black mane and tail, in good order and weight about i3bo pounds, intorinatiou at room 32. Columbian buiiuiug. will be properly reward ed by B. W. .Poindexter. MONEY TO LOAN. 1 desire several real estate loans to All special orders. Loans made in any amount lroiu $100 upwards. Parties having money to loan are invited to write or call at my ooice. I am fur nishing investors very caoice loans. A. 1 Bet zer. ola Kansas ave., Dudley's baatc. X ON ti to loan oa bonds, mortgages or per A'A sonai notes. SlMoy GREENSPAJf. notes and tuortgagos bought aud sold. A . l,oS ORhliNsrAN. 1 ARTIES wishing a sat a ana paying nives - meut lor tneir money, can at ouw on jd. Wood Co. Ul Kansas ave. NOTICES. "VOTICE To whom It may concern: Be it A. known that our petition is on liie in the pro bate court asKing lor a permit to seil iutoxicat irig liquors at No. 523 Kansas avenue, in the I ourtu ward of the city of TopeKa. Hearing for same is set for May l'Jih at 9 a. in. SW1T & HOLLIDAX". April 17. 1391. "V"OTICE To whom It may concern: Be It A- known that my petition is on tile La the pro bate court asking for a permit to sell intoxi cating liquors at No. 8J3 Kansas avenue, in the Third ward of the city of Topeka. Hearing for the same is set for May 1st. at a a. m. H. M. Wamhuurv, March 31, 18IM. "V"OTICE To 'Whom it may concern: Be it A-l known that ny petition is on hie 111 die pro bate court asking tor a permit to sell intoxi cating liquors at No. 203 Monroe street, in the Second ward of the city of Topeka. Hearing for the same is set for May Sth, at a a. m. Jamss L. Brown, April 4. 1894: OiTCE To whom it may concern: Be it A.1 known that rny petition is on liie iu the o.tiee of the prooate judgeof Shawnee county, Kansas, asking for a permit to bed Uuoxicauu j uquori at West sixth street, Topeka. Sha wnee coun ty, Kansas. Hearing is set lor the !4ili day of April, ts4. at X a. in. W". F. Kusi Topeka. Kansas, March 21. 1391. ANNOUNCEMENTS. T T A LK RITCHIE, candidate for clerk of the A A -district court, subject to the Republican primaries. 1 AM a candidate for clerk of the district court A subject to the decision of the Repubdcau pri maries. E. M. CuCKRGLk. Dr. A. M. Callahan Is a candidate for clerk of district court, subject to the Republican nom ination, ISiH. MHO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS of Shaw A. nee County: I will be a candidate for the office of clerk of the district court ot Shawnee county, at the Republican primaries this spring. 1 have lived in Kansas ail my life, aiways worked zealousiy for tue success of the Repuu lican parry, aud liave never before beea a can didate for ulhce. If chosen for this responsible position, I promise the mot eliicientaud faitn lui attention to the duties of the otlice. H. J. Adams, Attorney, 111 i.ast Eighth St., Topeka. First published on the 19th day of April, 1894, In the official paper of the city of Pot win. . - Ordinance N"o. 70. AN ORDINANCE to vacate the street in the city of Porwin Place, known as Topeka Belt Railway, and to establish an alley thereof, and to establish, extend and open Duane street from its present western terminus east erly to Stephens street. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and CouncILmen of the City of Potwin Place: Sectiojt 1. That the street known as "Topeka Belt Railway." lying between Duane street and Exeter street, in the city of Potwin Place, ex tending from Stephens street wost to the west line of said city.be and the same is hereby vacated, and that an aliev way. twenty feet wide be and is hereby established, the center of which shall be the center of said "Topeka Belt Railway" street, and shall evteud ten feet on each side of said center hue from Stephens street to the west line of said city. Sko. 2. T hat Duane street in said city of Pot win Place be and the same is hereby established, extended and opened troin its present western terminus easterly to Stepliens street. Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication once m the official cUy paper. Passed the council on the 2d day of April. 1S94. Approved AprU 4, 1 ;:. Jam as A. Troctmak, Mayor. 9BAL. Attest: D. N. BusxrGs, City Clerk. - The Topeka Grocery Company are do ing "Ths Business" at 708 Kansaj ave, BUSINESS CHANGES. 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 Gents Furnishing goods In the city. Every article in our establishment shares this great reduction in price nothing re served. For $5.00 we will sell a nice light colored spring suit usually sold for $9.U0. For $s.75 we are showing a fine line of CiieY lotts, C as simer e and Worsted suits cut In the latest style, and well made, regular price of these goods $12 and $14.00. For $16.50 we give you your choice or any f'2 and $-'4 suits In the house. For as cents we seil you a child's Sue Panta su it. ages 4 to 14, regular price 1.73. For j-i50 a fine scotcu or Worsted suit sold by others for $4,00 and to. 00. Our $4.00 Boy's suits Include all the latest styles and nobby patterns in the market. Ask for them. Men's Baibriggan Underwear, all colors, worth $1.25 a suit. Sale price ao cents. Men's hats in ad the latest shapes, sold by other nouses tor $3.00. Our price il. 50. Men's heavy cloth pants well made.worth $1.75. Bale price $1.00. Men's Fine Dress Pants; we have the most complete line of these goods in the city. Ail goods usually sold $5.50, $t and $7, we are now offering for $4.50. Don't fail to see this. We bave 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 snould be taken advantage of by every purchaser of clothing in Topeka. Mail orders accompanied by the cash will receive our prompt and careful attention. ETT EN SON'S Square Dealing Ciothing Company. 433 Kansas avenue. Opposite postof&ce. SURGEONS. SE. SHELDON. M.D.. H'ROEKT AND II3BASK9 OT WOMBS'. Office: No. 7:40 Kansas Ave. J. C. McCllntock. A. M., M. D. Frances Storrs, A. B.. M. D. ncCLDTTOCK dk BTORR8, Practice limited to SURGERY and DISEASES OF WOMEN. 330 Kansas avenue. Office hours, 8 to 4 p. m. SSt1- SURGEON. jD B. MARY E. STEWART. 634 Harrison St., corner 01 ,tn st. OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN. Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m. Tele. 237. T DA C BARNES. M. D. Office and residence, 732 Kansas Avenue. Office Hours 9 a, m. to 11 a. m .and 8 p. m. to 0 p. to- Phone 99. TmR. J. K. MTJLVANE- - Si Special attention given to chronic diseases. umce open au uours. 600 Kas. Ave. Phone 82. gTELLA KIRBY, B. 8- M. D., Office and Residence, 706 West Sixth SC. Office Hours: 2-5 and 7-8 p. m. Telephone 123. j-jU. EVA HARDING, 709 Kansas atknttb. Tele. 402. 1 T)K- AL R. MATCH K 1.1., M. D. Omen 511 S. Kansas Ave. TeL -Ma. Residence 831 N. Van Buren street.. TeL 19. L. A. RYDER, M. D-, OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon street and Central ave.. North Topeka. Phone 214. Uses the Bnnkerholf system of Rectal treat ment, a successful and painless treatment for piles, fistula, fishure, ulceration, etc ATTORNEYS TXT LAW. oTmTwkixh. E. G. Wiisok. WELCH & WILSON, ATIBOKEYS AT I. AW, 623 Kansas Avenue. Commercial Law and Land Litigation. De faulted Mortgages attended to. Practice in all State and Feoral Courts. . rALB &IKGALLS, . ATTORKKTS AND COtJXBELOBS At I-A'W. Booms 1. 2 and 3 fourth floor. Central National Bank Building, TBXKPH03 413. TOPEKA. KANSAS. WM. R. HAZN AXXORJ 621 Kansas Avenue, AtTOBSEr-AT-LAW. - Topeka, Kansas. J. M. SMEAFOR LAWYER 523 Kansas Avenue. BfPractlce la Federal and State Courts BESBT KEEI.K&. K. 15. WELCH. K. A. WIGSHBS Keeler, AVelcli & Wagener, ATTORNEYS. 634 Kansas Ave. Topeka, Kansas. PYAN & CAMPBELL, A. ATTORNEYS AND COTJXSELOES, Rooms No. 16, 17 and 18, Bank of Topeka Bld'g. - A. M. BABVet. O. O. OSBOBJT. HARVEY & OSBORN. Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Boom 33, Columbian Building. Topeka. Kansas. x, a. ri&Br. x. r. oobajt. FERRY & DORAS. ATTORJTETS AXO COUNSItORS AT 1AW, 82B Kansas avenue. ... - Topeka, Kansas, Rooms 8. 9 and iu. Q.LEED. WARE & GLEED. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Booms 19, 20, 21, 22. Central Nat'l Bank Building. RKD C. SLATER. ATfbRSXT AT X.AW, 628 Kansas Avenue. Gommercial taw and Land Litigation. De faulted Mortgages attended to. Practice In all the State and Federal Courts. - BANK HERALD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 410 Kansas Avenue, Topeka, Kansas. w A. S. BIRD, . ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOB AT LAW. . 601 Kansas Avenue, Booms 5 and 6. Topeka, Kansas, T IN US 3. WEBB, Jut ArtOBKIY AT UW. 117 Sixth Avenue West. JJ G. LARIMER. ATTORNEY. Room. gg. Colpjibiak BPTLDnta. JITO. A. MTTRRAT. JKO. V. AB1AHAOT MURRAY & ABRAHAMS, LAWYERS, is Kaitsas ate. Topeka. Kansas. ARCHITECT. JOSEPH MARSHALL, . Architect and Superintendent, 1004 KANSAS AVENUE. April Ads. Brine May "-Scads" To landlords whose ads. for tenants are sent to a newspaper that the people read. Thoee who trust to a house bill or a pa per with little circulation are invariably ieft to waddle out of a flood of financial difficulties aa best they may. A large number of house-hunters is oa the move this present month- whose line of march is formed from the house-to-rent columns f the State Jottrxal. A line or two n those columns will signal it your way. Can you afford to miss it? First published on the 19th day of AprU. 1S94. . in the official paper of the city of Poiwin.J Ordinance No. 69. AN ORDINANCE to appropriate money out of . the general fund of the city of Potwin Place to pay for land appropriated to public use. Be It enacted by the Mayor and Councilmen of the City of Potwin Place: . Section- i. That the following sums of money be and are hereby appropriated out of the gen eral fund of said city for the appropriation of the following property for the use of said city and the pubnc. to wit: The sum of one hundred and sixty-seven dollars aud fifty cents (sis.'.fto), to pay to J. li. Muivane tna damages awarded to him for appropriation of all of lot one thou sand eight hundred aud one (isol ) and tne east twenty (jo) feet of lot one thousand eight hun dred and three (laos.oa Willow avenue, ail of lot one thousand eight hundred and two (1802) and a part of fraction lots one thousand eight hundred and four (1304, one thousand eight hundred and six (isoj and a part of lot one thousand eight hundred and eight (130SJ. on Sixth avenue west, in Knox's third addition to the city of Topeka.' tue sum of eighty-three dollars and s -'uty-five cents ($83.75.) to pay to James Laur damages awarded to him for theappropi ..on of part of lots one hundred and sixty-four (161). one hundred and six.y-six (ltk aud oue hundred aud sixty-nine (liS9). in the west part of Haines' subdivision to Topeka; the sum ot one hundred aud eighty-three dollars and seventy -live cents ($183.7$) to pay to Thomp son Bros, the damages awarded to them for the appropriation of part of lots three hundred aud eight (3u8) and three hundred and six (Jti). in the west pars of Haines' subdivision to Topeka: and the sum of fifty dollars (450.00) to pay to J. R. Mu.vaua the damages awarded to him for the appropriation of a certain tract or parcel of land, being a part of the northwest quarter of section 36, ia township 11. of range 15. iu Shaw nee county, Kansas, aud bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning at the intersection of the-east line of Shawnee avenue, extended with the south line of Willow avenue, aud running thence south along the cast line of Shawnee avenue, extended to Its intersection with the north line ot Sixth avenue west; thence westerly along the north line of Sixth avenua west to its iuler section with the west line of Shawnee avenue extended; thence north to the south line of w illow avenue; thence east along the south line of Willow avenue to the place of beginning. Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take elf ect and be in force from and after its passage and pub lication in the oihcial city paper. . Passed the council April 4, 1894, , Approved April 4, 1304. James a. Troctman, Mayor. seal. Attest: D. N. Bubcce, City Clerk. FIRE ALARM NUMBERS. 4 Morse and Jackson sts. G Kansas ave. and Railroad st. 6 Gordon and Taylor sts. 7 Laurent and Harrijn sts. 8 Grant st. and Topeka ave. 9 "A" st. and Topeka ave. 12 Kansas ave. and Fourth st. 13 Kansas ave and Second st. 14 No. 1 Station. Kansas ave. near Gordon. 15 Monroe and Klous sts. 16 Kansas ave. and Garfield st. 17 Kansas and Tenth aves. 18 Kansas ave. and Thirteenth st. 19 Kansas and Euclid aves. 1 Crane and Adams sts. 22 No. Station, 7th st. near Kansas ave. 23 Lake st. and East Sixth ave. 24 Fourth and Branner sts. 25 Seventh and Holiiday sts. 6 Eighth ave. and Madison st. 27 Tenth ave. and Sac and Fux 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. 34 Western ave. and Ninth st. 80 Tenth and Topeka aves. 86 Fourth and Taylor sts. 87 No. 4 Station, Clay st. near Elfhth ave. 88 Twelfth and Taylor sfs. 4J Euolid 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. 63 Tenth ave. and Lawrence st. 121 Klein and Seward aves. 123 No. 408 East Sixth ave. 124 Euclid and College ave. 41 Van Buren and Twelfth sts. 61 Quincy and C rane 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 fause, then three strokes, and repeated, thus, III, I-1II. etc. "22" is sounded for all fires within the district bounded by Fifth, Ninth, Jackson and Quincy streets. Teh sxkokes. and repeated, followed by the number of the signal station nearest the fire, is the secskd a la km for a serious fire. Three strokes, foilowed by twelve," and repeated, is the ge.nkral alakm tor 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 tret, south of river. Three whistles from same, for tires north of river. A DOG'S SORROW. Be Knew Bis Little Playmate Was Dead and Showed It. Several months ago this advertise ment appeared in a daily paper: a LOST A small brown-and-white do of no particular breed; had on a link collar; answers to the name of "Ben ny;" he was the pet of a little sick g-irl, and a liberal reward will be paid for his return to 225 at. Months passed away, and the dojf "of no particular breed" was mourned aa lost, aud a constant watch was kept for him by the family who owned him, until matters of graver import de manded their attention. Then the dog- came home one day, dragging a long piece of dusty rope after him. He was tired and footsore, but he ran joyfully from one member of the fam ily to another, looking for his little mistress. Before any one realized what he meant to do, he had escaped from them, and hurried upstairs to her room. The single watcher there had no power to stop him, for he had seen that dear little figure on the silent bed, and running around to the other side he sprang up and then stopped, as if conscious for the first time that something was wrong, that the still, white figure made no move toward him. He looked into the dear, pale face, and scented the cluster of lovely flowers that lay upon the motionless heart, took a step nearer to her, and his brown eyes,glowing with love and delight, grew solemn and thoughtful. He threw back his head, and gave a long, quivering cry that was filled with pathos and sorrow that was human in its depths of anguish and hopelessness. Then he ran out on the street, and was seen no more. But, if ever a dog's heart was broken, poor little Benny's broke when he realized through some occult knowledge of his own that his little playmate was dead. Gentlemen I am subject to periodical attacks of sick headache of the worst possible type and commenced taking Kxause's Headache Capsules last sum mer. They cure it in every instance, and since that time I am enjoying splen did health and have gained ten pounda in weight. Yours very truly, F. M. Daniels, Corwith, Iowa. Sold by all druggists. For Croup, Whooping Cough and Colds of children, Cubeb Cough Cure is inval uable. For sale by druggists in 25 and 50 cent bottles. Sold by Rowley Bros. SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR $1,200. Attractive, Well Proportioned and Mada of tn Best Materials. Ccpyrlebt, 1894, by American. Press Associa tion. There is a charm for all In the appearance of a neat and tasty cottage, with an abun dance of fresh air, sunlight and foliage, which is not possible to be enjoyed by those in all walks of life. The amount of room in the plan which we present today is as tonishing for a house of its character and r. - -- PERSPECTIVE VIEW. cost. One cannot reasonably expect that a cheap house can be aa large or present as pretentious an appearance as its more costly neighbor, but by employing a style of ex terior neat, bvit plain, and usinn; Rood pro portions we may obtain a home that is en tirely satisfactory on all these points. It is easy enough to build one that is cheap, but it is another matter to build one that has tbis feature and a fair share of the comfort and conveniences desired. Of course everything must be done on a more or less reduced scale. The rooms cannot be so large, for we must reduce the amount of ground covered to the smallest amount possible, as it is the entire area of ground covered we must take into the estimate of cost. The height of stories must also be considered. Of course very large rooms re quire proportionately higher , ceilings, but moderately low ceilings are preferable, as they are more easily heated. . ... The demand for attractive low cost houses has become so great that architects have been forced to give them their atten tion. This plan has six good rooms besides accessoi-ies. It will be observed that they are all of fair size, both above and below, and that direct access is bad to all the chambers from the stairway and hall. The feature of a front, hall and Btaircase as com- FIRST STORT. xnodions as those shown here is of itself a striking excellence, the value of which will be daily appreciated by the occupants of the house. A very general impression seems to pre vail among those who build either for. rent or their own occupancy the cheaper- class of houses that a front hall and stairway are luxuries to which none but the rich can justly aspire. That this is an error we have shown both in this and in former plans of houses costing no more than this. A front hall ought to be regarded, if not in the light of a necessity, at least in that of a very substantial comfort which amply re pays the cost of construction. An outer doorway opening into the room in which the guests are being entertained is an awk ward arrangement. So is a main stairway leading from the rear of the parlor or sitting room. Both can be avoided with economy. The wood finish of this house is of select ed cypress in the natural color for the first floor and painted white pine in the second story. An open grate is provided in the parlor, provided with a simple wood man tel of neat design. The pantry is well fitted with shelves and bins. The kitchen is quite large and intended for use also as a dining room. A rear exit is had from the kitchen by a small porch. No cellar is provided in chamber uhhi'ujl mmmmmmm SECOND STORS". the present instance, but a cellar under part or whole of the house could be reached from the inside by stairs placed under the main flight and going down from the kitchen. The hall stairway is finished with square newels and simply turned balusters. The stairs land in the upper hall, from which di rect entrance is had to the three chambers. The plastering is of three coat work and finished in white. The first story of the house is nine feet and the second story eight feet in the clear. The foundation of the building is of good stone laid in lime mortar. The porches have level ceilings of yellow pine. The frame is of sound pine timber, properly framed, raised and secured. The studding, joists and rafters are placed 16 inches from centers and the joists well bridg ed. The windows are hung with weights. The outside of the frame is sheathed and papered and covered with clear pine siding. All outside woodwork usually painted has three coats hand mixed paint In suitable colors. The house has been built after these plana for $1,200 complete. In some localities it would of course cost more. E. A. Patne. Interior Decoration Dainty bedroom papers are much in de mand, and wonderfully beautiful some of them are.- The one fault in rooms, of any size is lack of character and a somewhat faded ensemble, but even that has been ob viated by a clever device, (n the home of a recent bride of artiste tastes the walls of the guestroom are papered with a design of pale pink upon a creamy white ground, and the defect of two pale tints is entirely overcome by a bordering of olive cartridge paper. Each of the four walls has become a panel, and the plain tint runs around all sides, so that the sweet, tender pinks are inclosed in a frame. Architectural and BuildinjE Monthly. f KITCHEN I Jl T SITTING- i3'2l7 T t rQQM 1313 J S -W EKl SMALL- : , PARLOR tTT I 1313 2 -1111 I 2 if CHAMBER I 1 ft 13 13 LI J O a, J 1. Ml -Cf TOR CL0THE5. THS MOOTER A GAMBLE CO OiNTl. THE SA3TA FE EOUTZ. TRAIL'S TO RIDE OH. In affect on and after April 12, 1894. WESTBOUND. Leave Kansas City. Arrive Topeka. Louvtf Topuka. Trains. Wich., Kingman si rratt local . 113 8:15 am 10:35 am 10:40 am 8 15 am'i0:3' am'l0:40 am 9:30 aiu,ll-.3U am 11 :iJ am Ok la ho in a & Texas local.. 113 6 8 1 Den. 61 Tex. Lim California Liin.. 8.F.& ElPasoEx 1:40 0111 3:.r Hill! 3:4") Mri 1:45 pin 3:00 pm 4:1X1 pm Kansas t:itv & Toneka tl no- 109) 4:30 pm 6:40 phi Colorado Is'uiht r-xpress Man. St B. Acc. Ex. Sunday. .. 7 9:20 pm 11:35 pm.ll :45 pm 153!. 7:30 Rrr Between Kansas City and 'lopeka only. EASTBOUND. Arrive Topeka. leiive Topeka. Arrlvt K;inas City. Trains. K. C. Local Columbian Llm. Chicago Vesti bule Lim Atlantic Express Missouri Kiver Night Ex Topeka and Kansas City plug... Man. &. B. Acc. Ex. Bund ay. .. 114 4 1 :50 pm 2:20 pm 4:30 pm 5:10 am 4:25 am 2:00 pm 2:40 pin' 4:3" pm 5:15 ami 4:25 pm 5:00 piu 6:40 ptn 7 : 25 am 4:35 ami 7:00 am 110 154 7:30 am 9:40 am 9:00 pm Between Kansas City and Topeka only. ATCHISON AND 8T. JOSiEr-H. Trln No Leave Leave Arrive" A rains. o. SL J(e Atchis'njTopoka. I'sclflc. Mexico I - St Texas Ex- press 105 8:30 am 9:20 am 11 :20 ara Colorado Night Express 107 8:35 pm 9:25 pm 11 :25 pm Leave Arrive 'Arrive Topeka. Atchis'ni St. Joo. St. Joe Morning I Express 10S 6:15am 7:15 anil K .05 am Bt. Joe Evening Express 106 4:40 pm 6:35 pm 7: '20 ptn . Buy railroad, Pullman or steamship tickets ot KOWLtV BItOS., Agents Santa Fe route, southeast corner Sixth, and Kansas avenue. Topeka. Or W. C. Gakvev. Agent at Depot, Or Aknoi.d & Son, Agents. .North Topeka. BOCK ISLAID ROUTE. In effect on and after November S, 1393. WESTBOUND. Leave Kansas City. Trams. No. Arrive Topeka. Leave Topeka. Kolld Vestibule Express A Through Fast Express B Chicago. Texas Express A BoMth we s tern ExDress A 11:15am 1:40 pm 8:15 pm 10:25 pm 10:40 am 12:60 pm Lv S.J. I 8:50 am:i2:20 pm Lv 8. J. 7 :10 pin10:27 pm 1:50 pm 10.50 piu. 1:10 pro, Southwest Night fcxpress b 10:40 pif EASTBOUND. A rriv Kansas City. Trains. No. Arrive Topeka. Leave Topeka. Limited Ex press, A Solid Limited :20 pm 3:90 pm 5:40 pm Vestibuie Ex-i press A 13 4:20 pm 4:25 pm 6:80 pa Ar S. J. 7:0ipi Ar 3. J. 833 Aiiii Et. Josenh and Eastern Ex press .. .. A Express and 14 3:30 pm Mail via bt Joeph C E x p r e 8 s and Mall via Kan- 4 : 45 am 6:00 am sas City C 10 4:55 am 5:10 am T: nm A Dally. B Daily, except Saturday. C ' Daily, except Monday. For tickets, sleepine-car berths and ppnM-sl Information, call at City Ticket office. Col Kan sas avenue, corner Sixth street, (telephone vm; at Passenger Station, corner Fh-Kt straot and Kansas avenue, (telephone 3H4); or at I'osuiico. North Topeka, (telephone io. H. O. GAKVEY, , City Passenger Atant. TJNIOX PACIFIC. Eastern Vestibule No. 8. leaves 2:47 p. m. K. C. Accom. No. 6, leaves 7:10 a. in. Western Vestibule No. 7, leaves I2:k p. m. Salina Accom. No. 5, leaves sup, m. Daily except Sunday. Ad others d-vliy. Train No. 8, solid vestibule to Cbieao. dtnln.r ear, free chair cars, etc.. running over th Cn-' cago & Alton from Kansas (Jiiv, has turoua sleeper for bt. Louis via Missouri Pacific. Iran No. 7, solid vestibule for Danrer, fnakinft direct connection for Pacific! rs.-u Through Pullman cars for 6a It Lakes throaa colonist car to Portland, etc.. etc. . City ticket oic, 6 -ft Kansas ave. ' MISSOURI PACIFIC. Train. No L'v's Topeka Topeka and Fort Scott tie- " com modal ion .'. 23S 18:00 a. tn. AT'l Top-xs Topeka aud Fort Scott ac eommoriation....... ...... ... 231 :ao p. m. VINEWOOD AND HIGHLAND PARK STREET RAILWAY. Trains will leave Monroe Street station week days for Vinewood as follows: 0:45, sua, U:5i, 8:07,5:41. Trains will leave Vinewood for Monroe street at 7:&7, 10:31, 1:02, 4:19. 6:50. Bt'SDAV TRAINS. Leave Monroe street 8:02, 8:19. 10:30, 11:61. 1:50. 8:07, 4:24. 6:41. Leave Vinewood 8:42, 9:50, 11:16,12:30,2:30, 8:47.5:04.6:24. Extra Sunday trains will be run according to company orders. Pocket edition time tab.o will be issued In near future. For fho Xadics. tThta vrai handsome paper and envelopes for correspondence? Did you ever try Hake s put up in neafc wuics " mw , and Velvet brands, ruled and unruled? saAeauiiiui r reucn nun v , i nun xiasua, i colors, for shades, ornaments, etc. J f TflVFC Drag: and Stationery, . K. JUiXiO, eoi KAS. AVE.