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STATE JOTJRN'ATa TUESDAY EVTTNTXG MAY 8. I89.
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RENTS ! SITUATIONS I
REAL ESTATE I
AUCTION SALES!
& OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS.
Th k Topika Stats JorRSAL guarantees,
every day it is priiiunl. to give a local circula
tion more than double that of any other Tope
ka paper, and by far Mr than all ''
Ualies Combined. This makes this paper
the cheapest, as well a the best dally advertis
ing medium in Topeka. th clasaihad suiverliie
ments tmlow costing but ,
FITE C ENTS A LINE,
or 30 cents a lice for a week; 60 cents by tb
month.
City circulation everyday exceeds 6,000 total
circulation over 8,000.
Sworn detailed statements of circulation pro
seutf 1 on application. .
t-Cu and see any afternoon between 4 ana
6. the hand-iornest. fastest, most perfect piece
of printing machinery In Kansas a W'eu r"erf6C6
lng press, wmcii l r uts Uon two to three com
p.ete tf-pase papers a second.
SITUATIONS WANTED FREE.
Are you In need of work? If so. you are at
liberty to use these columns for assistance in
that direction. hile this notice appears the
bTATK Journal will publish free on aa:urday,
M i. uay and Tuesday, for Topeka or Kansas
people, ad notices of "Situatious Wanted." not
exceedius five lines, or tii.rty-flve words, in
leuglii. Provided that all advertisinants of
this nature are handed in previous to
ten o'cIock Saturday nioruinjl; also on Wednes
day. Thursday aud Friday, all advertising of
this class handed in by ten o'clock. Wednesday
morning.
.'o advertisement of this nature to be started
except on Saturdays and Wednesdays. No ob
ligation is iucurre-i on the part of the advertis
er. No worthy and needy man or woman need
hesitate to take advantage of this otter. No one
in business or hav.tii; employment is expected to
take advantage of It. but ad others invited to
ava:l themselves freely.
WANTED SITUATIONS.
"V17ANTED Work of any kind, have had ex-
prlence In mercantile lines and hotel and
stock, can give gooi references. Address or
call at Sis Kansas ave.
TANTED By married man: position either
stationary or to travel. Seven years ex
perience as station aireut. Understands cigar
box making, also planing mill machinery. Ad
dress, J li. Knock. Colby, Kans.
WANTED H E LP.
W'ANTEt) All unemployed women and girls
to call and leave their name aud address
at the Topeka Exchange, tod Kansas ave.
WANTED BOARDERS, ROOMERS
YrANTED Koomers and boarders at the
' Carier House, 4W and 40. yuincy street.
Tiie house has changed hands, the rooms are
larce and well veuciiated. Crood board, if de
sired. Bath room free. Mrs. A. P. Barnes.
WANTED STOCK JTO PASTURE.
r AN IEl Stock to pasture, oood pasture.
plenty shade, plenty water, good care, four
miles eal of North Tupeka on the Orantvilie
road. Terms reasonable. Inquire at Jones &
Whitney" iuiik depot, m West Sixth st.
WANTED M ISC ELL AN EOUS.
XVaSTED-Morse, buggy, cart or bicycle in
exchange for medical treatment, prescrip
tions and medicines. CaU after 5 p. in. S15 Kan
us ave.. North Topeka.
"W'ANTt.lJ Cattle or horses to pasture, Cat-
tie $j.a5 per season; horses 7sc per month.
Oood water and good grass. Address 1014 Mad
ison st.. North lopeka.
AY
''ANTED To trade, eood Singer sewinar
machine for road cart; tal Jeilersou.
AY ANTED Wail paper to clean; made good
w as new for one-third cost; work guaran
teed. Address E. J. Mayhood, a&e Kansas ave.
TTHEN you want groceries or meats come
and see our goods and get our prices. We
can aud will save you money on good goods. No
interior stuff in the house. J. II. Heller. HMt
Kansas avenue.
A' ANTED Wall paper to clean, cheap.
""Made as good as new. G. ii. Mayhood,
117 West lenth street.
AY
,rANTEp To exchange carpenter work for
a good horse. Address "J. P." this orace.
YY
.WANTED 3 or 4 unfurnished room for
housekeeping. In 4 biks. of sth and Kansas
Address, staling rent. "M. " Journal oitice.
Vr ANTED People to know that they can get
fresh buttermilk aud sweet cream every
day from buttermilk wagon or at 7ii Lane st
1 T AN TED Oood city loans; have some
money and can loan on second mortgage.
U. P. Kixcadk. 4 Kansas ave.
YV
ANTED tiasoiiue stoves to repair at tin
shop; 810 Kansas avenue, ti. U. L3.
YY
A N T E D Soru e small
Simon Ureenspan.
real estala loans.
VTAN ;TKD batches, clocks and umbrellas
" ' repair at 7ol Kausas ave.. upstairs.
AN T AD To move, STOitJk or ship bouse
uoid goods, freight, etc. -
fAISf 6. SKIN.VKB, 123 E 6tl Rt
lERCHANlb' UANsl tU a STDtiAilK m
YV
''ANlED Oh! you never heard of tin ware
K. . i 3iuo Bwip, A.tusas ave.
YV
A- 1 MU A OU to go to
kuu save vour uiuuuv.
the Kiverside store
4X1 Kansas are.
FOR SALE-PERSONAL PROPERTY
TOK SALE: A N'o. rangaTmosTnew." Par
leaving cuy. Koom 5. 4lu Kansas ave
I. &cAy Ku,"""r pbtou. Address box
Tpcm SALE No. washboller. worth si so.
Kiverside .tore. 7Kansasavi
FOR RENT-ROOMS.
Ffi ji ?,TA sult of rooms or separate at
oil Harrison avenue. Inquire of Ir Mitch
ell or Judge itightmire. r.-aucu-
I'',tr,mjfh";f ur'll or unfurnished south
room with alcove; aa Vau Bureu.
"f0 .Ktx'f One business room, liixwfeet
and one barn on 7tn aud Liucola stsl, Ifo
E ackiam. Oaitiand.
rnRERjt0-r- f"rnUne,d roorn. 1Mi Jck
son. Bath, etc.. 4 per month.
,rOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
A" o.i7.fTC'r. ? -T)m house, well, cistern
v,., ..wi uie i.i and a f Wiii
to eavee JftT0?,' Jr -llln-
to leave me city. Inuuire 507 Polk striL
bole Agent.
JgAE-MI S CELL A NEOUS.
"POR SALE One sidebar top bugey In rood
shape; ao4 W est Twelfth st. K
F"? wouVdKMEAI-Jn8 ,ar9 Jersey cow.
or would exchange for a good drivinir hors
witItyxAa'ved"IeenC, fY-
, r(dain,AErA,r".,turant and lunch room
bmaii caf.i.ti f001 l-"iaa QJ well located.'
afjuii .u,rt,a- iu.ire lor advertiser
at journjj offlca between it and U o'clock.
J?J?rZhEZiihon t,m " " per cenl
-.. uttoresk hiuion tireenspaxj.
FOR REAL estate or rental property see
Benedict & Co.. 6ol Kansas ave.
I?Oft SALE OR TRADE My beautiful
No. 3u Harrison st. , W. H. Uruiith.
home,
IOR.SALK Uilt edge first mortgages, 7, 8, 9,
lo oer cent, bimou lireousuaa. .
F5R RENT HOUSES.
IOR REST A good 6-room' house, very cen-
tral, newly papered and painted throughout.
Also a 7-room house in tine repair, good barn,
two large box stalls, large grounds, very fine lo
cation. T. K. Bowman & Co., 116 W. Sixth st.
L70R KENT Cottaee, 614 Polk street; cellar,
I- hard and soft water. Y. G. Hentig.
FOR RENT Four room house. 719 Madison
St.. Inquire at 2ia West 6th st.
17OR RENT ice house, one block from
Washburn college. Bath and stable.- Thos.
S. Lyon, 1633 College ave.
JOR RENT. A nice four or five room house,
MJ lopeka avenue.
IOR REN 1" A good six room Uouso, Inquire
A. ut Lie. Aiobv. Ihi Woat tUi
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
TO EXCHANGE The following desirable
lands for lopeka properly:
320 acres. Brown county. South Dakota, all
good land, loo acres in cultivation, good house,
barn, granery and well, living stream 00 land;
160 acres bottom laud.
vskMtcre farm in saline county. Kan., 140 acres
In cuivation, good iiouse. barn, grauery, orchard
audiences; some botiom land.
iiix) acres Reno couuty, Kan., nice smooth
laud; unimproved.
160 acres saawnee county fine grass land, all
fenced; living water.
100 acres in Wabaunsee county, good grass
laud and fenced for pasture.
Come aud see me if you want land.
John O. Howakd, 4-3 Kansas ave.
J, ""OR EXCHANGE For plastering one 50-foot
lot, clear, near shops; liave more adjoining
to sell at $1J5 each; monthly payments, or will
exchange for farm property. J as. C. Smith, lod
Last ihird st.
Ibli SALE OR EXCHANGE Pueblo, Colora
. do. residence, containing 9 rooms with all
modern conveniences, barn and carriaga house,
lot sax 120 feet, best shade trees in tne city, lawn
in good shape, street cars p.tss ttie house. The
most desirauie resideuce iocatio.1 in tne city.
W ill seil cheap for cash or trade for Topeka
residence property. For particulars see J. &
Collins & Co., 11 j West Sixth avenue.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A black cloth cape, lost Friday. May 4.
on East bixth St., Kausas avenue or West
Tenth st. Return to Stevenson & Co.
LOST A ladies' gold filled watch on or near
corner t ilth and Jackson at noon May 7.
Finder return to Jouruai omce aud receive
liberal reward.
'OL'ND The place to have plumbing done;.
Alien, 80s Kausas ave. let.
MISCELLANEOUS.
ICE CHESTS Any size, made to order at
prices to suit the times, at furniture shop
near corner Fourth and J ackson sts.
IAKEN UP A HORSE Owner can hava
same by calling at.8lu Western ave.
C1ARPETS CLEANED by the Amos process
' are always satisfactory. Leave orders at
Ladies' Lxcuange, 11a West Sixth; H. D. Carr,
013 Polk -street, or Amos N. Eshieman, Ma Han-
cocit street.
'pitV Topeka Avenue Exchange. 5-9 Topeka
-- ave., ageucy for Ludora creamery Butter.
IUK SPECIAL orders I wish the following
real estate loans: J.oou; i,oo0; 8oo;
$7U0; $600; do0; 3ou TJJ. -Mou jy here, no de
lay. A lew large loans warned. L L. Belzer,
oik Kansas ave. , Dudley's bank.
lorxsj, Kan., April 30, IS94.
To the Ladles:
The Amos Process of carpet cleaning is sure
ly a success. I clean all Kinds of high class
carpets aud rag. without removing tiieiu from
the floor. The transformation is simply won
derful. All work must be satisfactory or I wid
ask uo pay. I give all work my personal atten
tion. Orders left at Ladies Exchange, 119 West 6th
street, ii. D. Carr, 013 PolK. street, or Amos N.
Eshieman. 335 Hancock street, will receive
prompt attention. Give this process a trial and
be convinced that it uas superior merit.
Respectfully, AAlus N. bULUXAK.
RACTICAL PIANO XCNER Years of fac
tory experience. . Iracy, 701 Kansas ave.
Y"1LLIAM D WIGHT CHLTKCH Analytical
v T aud Metallurgical Chemist and Assayer.
Examination 01 miueral ueposits and mines.
OhicuS: Denver. Coio, Prescott, Ariza.
RS. E. K. LILLY, nurse.
caa La louud at
U-ii W est Gixi.n street.
MONEY TO LOAN.
V I ONE Y to loan on Oouds, mortgages or per
XvA. koual notes.
SlMOM GREEX9PA!T.
OOD notes and mortgages bought and sold.
simoM GitKajtsPAX.
1 PARTIES wishing a sate ana paying uirait-
ment for their money, call at vuua luai,
W ood 4i Co. Kansas are.
LEGAL NOTICES.
First published on the 3rd day of May, 194, in
the official city paper.J
NOTICE.
Citv of Topeka,
May 3, isa. J
To whom It may concern
Notice is hereby given that we the under
signed residents and free holders of the city of
loieka. James Gillett. J. S. Collins and S.
Barnes, were duly appointed by the mayor and
council of the city of l opeka and having duly
quaiilied as appraisers to ascertain the actual
value of the laud proposed to be fatten under
Ordinance No. 1707, approved April 4th, 1 iiu, lor
the purpose of extending Third street aud for
opening the alley in the olock between second
and Third streets and Taylor street aud West
ern avenue in said city aud also to assess and
appraise the damages and benefits arising
tlierelrom to the lots and pieces of property
lying and situated in the benefit district created
and established by said ordinance which is de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
On the east by Tayior street; on the north by
Second stree.t: on the west by Western avenue;
on the south by the south line of section 30,
township 11, range 16. and the north I ne of
Ihird street ail in Shawuee county, sta.e of
Kansas.
Aud also to make a true value and appraise
ment of all the lots and pieces of ground situ
ated in said benefit district without regard to
the buildings or improvements therein.
And notice is hereby further given that we
wiii meet as such appraisers on tne 15th day of
May, is4. at 9: 30 o'ciocka. m. of said day at the
intersection of Western avenue and Third
street produced.'clty of Topeka. in said, benefit
district, for the purpose of ascertaining the ac
tual value and making appraisement of the
property and assessing the damages and bene
fits as aforesaid. James Uillktt,
S. Barnes.
J. S. Collins.
Appraisers.
First published, on the srd day of May, 1394.
in the official city paper.J
NOTICE.
Cxit of Topeka,
May 3, io;M, f
To whom It may concern:
Notice is herebv iriven that wa tha unrtorvivn-
ed resident and freeholders of the city of To-
I ... L -J .imili.ll.lt I hi -..n;
were duly appointed by the mavor and council
01 me city vt lopena, ana having duly qualified
as appraisers to ascertain the actual value of
the land proposed to be taken under ordinance
No. 1710, approved April a. issm, for the purpose
of opening and extending of the alley north of
Fourth street between Western avenue and Fll
more street, in said city and also to assess and
appraise the damages and benefits arising there
from to the lots and pieces of property lying and
situated in the benefit district created and es
tablished by said ordinance which Is described
as follows, to-wit:
Commencing at the center of the intersection
of Fourth street and Western avenue; thence
northerly along the center of Western avenue to
the center of Second street, thence westerly
along the center of Second street extended lothe
center of the alley between Western avenue and
Flunon street; thence southerly along the cen
ter of said alley or alley extended north from
Fourth street to the north line of Third street
extended; thence west along the north line of
Third street extended to the center of Filmore
street; thence southerly along the center of Fil
more street to the center of Fourth street:
thence easterly along the center of Fourth street
to the center of W estern avenue and point of
beginning.
And also to make a true value and appraisement
of all the lots and pieces of ground situated In
said benefit district without regard to the build
ings or Improvements thereon.
And notice is hereby further given that we
will meet as such appraisers on the 15th day of
May. 1894, at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. of said day at
the intersection of Western avenue and Third
street produced, city of Topeka, in said benefit
district, for the purpose of ascertaining the ac- .
tual value and making appraisement of the
property and assessing damages and benefits as
aforesaid. James Hillett,
J. S. Collins,
S.Barnes,
Appraisers.
First published May 4. 1894. in the official city
paper.J
NOTICE.
City of Topeka, I
May 4, 1494. f
To whom It may concern:
i
Notice is hereby given that we, the under
signed, residents and freeholders of the city of
Topeka. F. M. Newiand. C. H. Titus, and J. A.
Gorham. were duly appointed by the mayor and
council of the city of Topeka, and having duly
qualified as appraisers to ascertain the actual
value of the land proposed to be taken under
ordinance No. 170t. approved April 4th, 1894. for
the purpose of opening and extending Locust
street in said city and also assess aud appraise
the damages and benefits arising therei rin, to
the lots and pieces of property lying and situat
ed in the benefit district, created and establish
ed by said ordinance, which is described as fol
lows, to-wit:
Commencing a't the center of the Intersection
of Fourth street and the alley between Lafayette
and Locust streets in Veale's addition; thence
w esterly along the center of Fourth street to the
center of the intersection of the alley between
Locust street and the Shunganunga creek;
thence southerly along the center of said alley
to the division line between Veale's addition
and Parkdale addition; thence southerly along
the line between blocks 12 and 13 In Parkdale
addition to the nortli line of Sixth street; thence
southerly to the south line of Sixth street be
tween lots 405 and 407 in Parkdale addition,
fronting on Sixth street between Locust and
Lawrence street; thence southerly between
said lots to the north line of the alley between
Sixth and Seventh streots; thence easterly to
the center Hue of the ailev between Locust and
Lawreuce streets; thence southerly a.oug the
center of said alley to the center of Seventh
street; thence easterly along the center of
Seventh street to the center of the alley between
Locust and Lafayette streets, or Lafayette pro
duced; thence northerly along the center of
said alley to the division line between the
Douthitt tract and Parkdale addition; thence
uorlhilong said division line to tiie east and
west division line between Veale's addition and
the Douthitt tract; thence east to the center of
the alley between Locust and Lafayette streets;
thence nortiierly along the center of said alley
to tiie center of Fourth street and the place of
beginning.
And aiso to make a true value and appraise
ment of all the lots and pieces of ground situ
led in said benefit district without regard to the
buildings or improvements thereon.
And notice is hereby further given that
we will meet as such appraisers on
the 16th day of May, l94. at 9
o.clock a. m. of said day. at the corner of
Sixth avenue and Locust street, Topeka. in said
benefit district, for the purpose of ascertaining
the actual value and making appraisement of
tiie property and assessing the damages and
benefits as aforesaid.
F. M. Newland,
C. H. Titus,
J. A. Gorham,
Appraisers,
First published May 8, 1894, in the official
city paper.J .
Ordinance No. 1712.
AN ORDINANCE to appropriate money out of
the General Revenue Fund, the Fire Depart
ment Fund, the Metropolitan Police Fund, the
General improvement Fund, the Harrison
Street Paving Fund, the Laurent Street Pav
ing Fund, tiie Third Street Paving Fund, the
Ninth Street Paving Fund and the Library
Fund. Drain District Fund and Drain District
Bond Fund.
Be It Ordained by the Mayor and Councilmen of
the City of Xopeka:
Section- 1. That the sum of twelve thousand
four hundred ninety-four and Sf-100 dollars, be.
and the same is hereby appropriated out of the
General Revenue F'uud. the F"ire Department
F'und. the Metropolitan Police Fund, ttie General
Improvement Fund, the Harrjson Street Paving
F'und, the Laurent Street Paving Fund, the
Third Stree, Paving F'und. the Ninth Street
Paving Fund and the Library Fund to pay pay
rolls aud claims of the city of Topeka for the
month of April, to-wit:
General Revenue fund ' $1,613 67
F'ire Department fund 2.170 17
Police Department lund 1.73179
General Improvement fund 3,793 L'6
Harrison Street Paving fund 1-2 05
Laurent Street Paving fund 117 67
Third street Paviug fund 11 09
Ninth Street Paving fund. 919
Drain District No. 1 fund 116 22
Library fund 97100
Drain Bond (No. 1 fund 1,608 73
Total $12,494 89
Src. 2. This ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from aud after its publication in the
official city paper.
Passed the council May 7, 1894.
Approved May 7, 1894.
SHALj T. W. Hahkisojt,
Attest: S. S. McFaddex, Mayor.
City Clerk. '
NOTICES.
"VOTICE To whom It may concern: Be it
a. known that our patitiou is on tile in the pro
bate court asking tor a permit to sell intoxicat
ing liquors at No. 323 Kansas avenue, in the
Fourth ward of ttie city of Topeka. Hearing
for same is set for May lath at 9 a. rn.
Swift a Hollidat.
April 17. 1394.
ARCHITECT.
JOSEPH MARSHALL.
Architect and Superintendent,
1004 KANSAS AVENUE.
TOPEKA.
TRANSFER
ffllwi COMPANY,
5 Kaa. Ave, ' Tele. 8a-
r. P. B1C0I,
FRENCH TISSUE PAPER
CBS LABOIST UKI IJC TBI OITT.
AIX CHINA AKD ART MATEBIAla
COIPLETB SEWS DEPIRHEST.
Washburn DmLxu
Send in jour orders for ice . cream to
Scott Bros. Tel. 473.
D. Holmes, druggist, 731 Kr.aat ave.
l- - .J SIN gSS I CHANGES.
fJHANGE OF BUSINESS SALE Owing to
a change to take place in our business we
re compelled to reduce our stock which is tha
largest and most complete line of Men aud
Children's clothing and Ge'uts Furnishing goods
In the city. Every article In our establishment
hares this great reduction in price nothing re
served. For $3.00 we will sell a nice light colored
pring suit usually sold for $9.u0.
or $8.75 we are showing a fine line of Chrv
lotts, Cassimere and Worsted suits cut In the
latest style. Mid wed made, regular price of these
goods S12 and $14.00.
if or $16.50 we give you your choice of any
22 and $24 suits in the house.
For 9s cents we sell you a child's Knee Pants
uit. ages 4 to 14, regular price $i.7o.
F or $2.50 a fine Scotch or Worsted suit sold
Dy others for $4,00 and 6.ou.
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, worth,
$1.25 a suit. Sale price 65 cents.
Men's hats in all the latest shapes, sold by
Other houses for $3.00. Our price $1.50.
Men's heavy cloth pants well made, worth $1.75.
Bale price si. 00.
Men's Fine Dress Pants; we have the most
Complete line of these goods in the city.
All goods usually sold $5.50, $6 and $7, we are
Bow ofierlng for $1.50. Don't fail to see this.
e 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
Seduction.
as this Is an opportunity which will probably
never again present itself to the buyers of tins
city, it should be taken advantage of by every
purchaser of clothing in Topeka. Mail orders
accompanied by the cash will receive our
prompt and careful attention. ETTEN SON'S
bquare Dealing Clothing Company, 4&i Kansas
avenue. Opposite postoffice.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
T AM a candidate for probate judge, subject
a to the Repnblican primaries. Kindly re
member me. Johx L. gut.
T AM a candidate for the nomination for Pro
A bate Judge before the Republican primaries.
G. N. Elliott.
I am a candidate for Probate Judge, subject
to the Republican primaries, 1S1M.
Thomas H. Baix.
AVE are authorized to announce that Aaron
P. Jetmore is a candidate for the office of
County Attorney, subject to the decision of the
voters at tha coming Republican primaries.
I am a candidate for clerk of the district court,
subject to election. J. L. Scott.
I HEREBY announce myself for second term
as county attorney. H. U. Safitobu.
I AM a candidate for clerk of the district
court, subject to the Republican nominatfon.
Josiah Jordan.
I AM a candidate for clerk of the district
Court. A. F. CHKS.NKlf.
ALE RITCHIE, candidate for clerk of the
district court, subject to tha Republican
primaries.
I AM a candidate for clerk of the district court
A subject to the decision of the Republican pri
maries. E. M. Cocs.kis.ll..
Dr. A. M. Callahan is a candidate for clerk of
district court, subject to tne Republican nom
ination, lai.
rpo THE REPUBLICAN VOTER3 of Shaw
A nee County: I will be a candidate for tha
office of clerk of the district court ot Shawnee
county, at the Republican primaries this spring.
I have lived in Kansas all my life, always
worked zealously for the success of the Repub
lican party, and have never before been a can
didate for office, if chos9a for this responsible
position, I promise the most efficient aiid faith
ful attention to the duties of the omce.
H. J. adams. Attorney,
111 East Eighth St., Topeka,
SURGEONS.
HENRY W. ROBY. M. D.
XorsKA, Kansas.
SURGEON.
S.
SHELDON. M. D.,
UBUK8Y AND DISEASES OF WOMIX.
No. 720 Kansas Ave.
Office:
J. C. McClintock, A. M., M. D.
Frances Storrs, A. B., M. D.
HcCLIXTOCK STOKIW.
Practice limited to SURGERY and DISEASES
OF WOMEN. 330 Kansas avenue. Office hours,
a to 4 p. m.
I 1 R. MARY E. STEWART.
634 -Harrison St., corner of 7th St.
OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN.
Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m. Tele. 237.
fDA C. BARNES. M. D.
Office and residence, 732 Kansas Avenue.
Office Hours 9 a, m. to 11 a. in .and a p. m. to
5 p.m. Phone 99.
MAGGIE L. McCREA. M. D.,
Tel. 50. 732 Kansas Avknuje.
orncB hours:
8 lo 10 a. in., 12:30 to 3 p.m., 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
J)K. KVA HARDING,
709 Kansas Aykicua
Tele. 402.
pkR. J. K. MULVANE
A-F tepeclai attention given to chronic diseases.
Office open all hours.
600 Kas. Ave. Phone 82.
giTELLA KIKBY, B. S. M. D.,
Office and Residence. 706 West Sixth St.
Office Hours: 2-5 and 7-8 p. m. Telephone 123.
JJR. M. R. MITCHELL, M. li.
Offics Ml S. Kansas Ave. Tel. 44.
Residence 931 N. Van Buren street. Tel. 19s.
L. A. RYDER, M. D. ,
OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon street and
Central ave.. North Topeka. Phone 214.
Uses the Brinkerhoff system of Rectal treat
ment, a successful and painless treatment for
piles, fistula, fishure, ulceration, etc.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
IN US S. WEBB,
i ATXOAtKKT AT X.AW.
117 bixth Avenue West.
CAPITAL .
COAL YARD,
112 WEST FOURTH ST.
Osage Coal S3.45 per ton.
Cut prices on all Coal and Wood orders.
Grant's Jersey Bull is located here.
Come in and see me if you want cheap prices
on Coal or Wood.
X "W. 23. GRANT,
41 WEST FOURTH. ST.
DIKNEY'S
Catarrh Powder
Relieves Catarrh and Cold
In tha Head Intrt.antly by
one application
Cures Head Noises St
DEAFNESS.
OftQ me writ
14u tlmmamim Teat pita, Cfclng
al treatmeitor sample CrR
Bold by Orugglaf . &Oa
YIISCTCOD AID EIGHL1I0
STREET RAILWAY.
PAHZ
Trains will leave Monroe Street Station week
days for Vine wood as follows: 6:45,9:19, 11:51,
S:07, 5:4L
Trains will leave Vinewoud for Monroe street
at 7:67, lOiiti, 1:02, 4:19. S:5U.
tlNDAY TBAIK1
Leave Monroe street SdB, :19, 10:98. 11:51,
1:50 307 4 S:41.
'Leave Viae wood 8:43, 8:50, 11:16, 12:30, 1-30.
8:47. 5:04. 6r4.
Extra Sunday trains will be run according to
company orders. Pocket edition time tahli id
'?7 rJ7.
1 Wiurjjjfeagar future
MR. PATTIS0N RETURNS,
Be Will Favor the Cigarette Ordinance
. But Wants Its Scope Enlarged.
Councilman J. D. Pattison has returned
from Oakaloasa, where he has been for
some weeks on business, and says he
will be on hand from this time forward
to attend to his duties as a representa
tive of the first and best ward, in the
city counciL He has been appointed on
some of the most important committees,
lie is chairman of the committee on sew
ers and waterworks, and is a member of
the committees on gna and electric
lights, streets and walks, fire depart
ment, license and health.
When asked by a State Journal re
porter this morning regarding his posi
tion on the ordinance introduced last
nifi-ht prohibiting the sale of cigarettes
to boys he said: "I shall favor the or
dinance, but I believe it should be so
changed as to prohibit the sale of an ar
ticle so pernicious to health and morals,
to anybody.
I believe every tobacco dealer and
grocery man in the city would favor such
an ordinance, as those I have talked with
on the subject say there is do money in
thebusiness and they only carry them be
cause they must, and they interfere with
the sale of other forms of tobacco on
which there is a little profit,"
MAS 0MC FIRE ESCAPES.
ChlcfWUmsrth WnuU Hum on th Front
of tbe Temple.
Chief "Wilmafth reported to the city
council last night that he had ordered
the receivers of the Lombard Invest
ment company to put fire escapes on the
front of the Masonic building, and the
receivers have refused to do so.
The city attorney was instructed to
take the necessary legal steps to have
Chief Wilmarth's orders respected. The
objections to the tire escapes are that they
will disfigure the building. The rear
should be amply provided with them if
the front isn't. Special permission might
be granted to build an outside stairway
leading down to the alley.
WHAT CONGRESS HAS HONE
An Innocent Volume with, this Title Crea
tes Some Htrtiiuenl In the Senate.
Washington, May 8. Dr. A. E. Mc
Candless, of Pittsburg, played a practical
joke on some of his friends in , Congress
yesterday. Calling to him the chief page
of the senate he placed in his hand a
small volume and said: "Will you please
hand that to Senator Quay, with my com
pliments." The book was perfectly innocent in ap
pearance, and was entitled ''What Con
gress Has Done." Dr. -McCandless slip
ped over into one of the galleries and
watched Senator Quay receive the book.
Senator Quay opened the book, and as
he glanced from page to page his face
relaxed into a smile and as lie went on
he broke into a hearty laugh. After a few
moments he called a page and told him
to take the book to Vice-President Ste
venson. Vice-President Stevenson looked at the
cover, glanced through the book, and then
as Senator Quay had done, began to laugh
heartily. He shook his linger at Senator
Quay, and, calling the boy back to him,
sent the book down to Senator Pefler. The
gentleman from Kansas looked at the
book for an instant and then he laugh
ed quietly behind his beard. He pass
ed the book to Senator Hale, and so it
went the whole round and was greeted
everywhere with a hearty laugh.
Although the book had a carefully
worded cover, the inside pages were
blank.
Deafness Cannot be Cured,
by local applications, as they cantiot reach
the diseased portion of the ear. There is
only one way to cure Deafness, and that
is by constitutional remedies. Deafness
is caused by an inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect Hearing,
and when it is entirely closed Deafness is
the result, and unless the intlamation can
be taken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition.hearing will be destroy
ed forever; nine cases out of ten are
caused by catarrh, which is nothing but
an inflamed condition of the ' mucous
sufaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
t-Sold by Druggists, 75a
EXCURSIONS SANTA FE ROUTE
Bomeseekers
Excursions The
Lkit of
the Season.
On May 8th and 29th Santa Fe will
sell round trip tickets at onb fabk fob
the round trip, to all points in Okla-.
ho ma, Indian Territory, Texas, Colorado,
Wyoming and Utah; to all west and
southwest and northwest points; to points
in Tennessee, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mis
sissippi and Alabama. These tickets will
be good for 30 days and will be good for
stopover on the going trip. No round
trip ticket will be sold where the rate is
less than $7.00. Rowley Bros., Agts.,
Southeast cor. Sixth and Kansas aves.
"Vellow. Driea Up and Wrinkled.
Is this the way your face looks? If so;
try Beggs' 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. li. Kennady, 4th and Kas. Ave.
Charlie Good steak,
get it?
Where did you
Billie Yes,' the
best la town. At
Whitney's.
Charlie Where Is that?
Billie At Whittier's old
Kansas avenue.
stand, 730
Let us remind you that now is the time
to take De Witt's Sarsaparilla, it will do
you good. It recommends itself. J. K,
Jones.
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. - ,
It cures blood and skin disorders. It
does this quickly and permanently. ' Is
there any good reason why you should
not use De Witt's Sarsaparilla? It reco
menda itself. - J. K. Jones. - -
Have You Tried Bcez' German
al ve
For piles? If not,, why not? Can you
afford to suffer longer for the sake of
25c This is the price of the greatest
salve on the market. Sold and warranted
by W. K. Kennady, Fourth and Kansas
avenue.
Peerless Steam Laundry 112 and 111
West 8th.
V......
to Throat and Lungs must
bo preserved or sore spots
appear and invite the con
sumption germs.
It's ' f
Ac
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil,
heals the lining, strengthens
the lungs and even over
comes diseased spots In their
early stages. Physicians, the
world over, endorse it.
Don't be deceived by Substitutes!
Prepared t7 Scott t Bowne, N. Y. All Di iginta.
ARTHUR IIASSEY,
Practical Horac-Shocr
213 WEST FIFTH ST.,
-rahon 489. TOPEKA, KAKSAS.
Hsrsea with diseased feet skilfully treataxb
Craok and road shoeing a specialty.
(nvfon DreTUfl
liUiwAJUll I6wl lJ
DR. HEBRA'S
V
VIOLA CtMu f $m
.... ,.... F rV'-r
ncniovfi r reoKiev, nmpies.
Liver - Moles, Blackheads-,
Sunburn aud Ton. and re.
-1 i . 1 . . . 1 . -
...1 fMctinoso wm- it nfl.
1":
Clear and healthy com-t l"-a
plexion. Bttpenortoailtaoe
S reparations and perfectly barmlpas. At nil
rugsists, or mailed for SOcts. bend for Circular.
VIOLA SKIN SOAP t lmply lncomjmrmbl. u
kla purifying Soap, unequalffd for tlio toll, and without ft.
rival fur th euraery. Absolutely Ptira ud deUwatotj Mutli.
cbukL At druRdsts, Pries 25 Cents.
G. C PITTNER & CO., Toledo. O
DTattoi?.ax Stablec
JFlrat-elaae Livery. Boarders a. ipoeUU,
Telephone 46. J. C OILCHKIgT,
TOS Ja.ok.son Street. i'rav'r.
v
Endorsed st thi Hiohcst Medical Authokit,
S iEirniOLIi IflALETl
T? CATARRH
H A n R n H F HURALCj1
IlknUrlUIIL
Thin Mkvthoi.
lXHAI.TR will euro yon. A
wonderful boon to pnHVrora
f roin Colds, hore 'I hront,
iDfltSf nza, Btroncitltsa.
or II A V J F.VA.U. Afnrit
immediate rrlirf. A n etluMii
renuj'ir. convenient to carrr
In porlrpt. ready to n on Urt indit-ation of t oi.l.
(onllnned I f .ffeta Pfrmsnfnt fort.
HatiHf action cruaranteed or money re I undeJ. Ir let.
SO r. Trial freo at UniKgiHtx. Kt-alHtt?reil man,
CQ cents. . S. CCSHMAK, U!z., tut Rivers, MiCi., 0. 3. A.
lirilTUfll The uurt and enfet rem1y for
MCn I IlUL an klll diBen Frm-ma. f-li.Halt
Rheum, nM Sorea, Burns, "nta. Wonderful n;Ti
eclrforPII.ES. Price, ." ntm. at !ru- p a I 1
liata or by mnil prepaid. Ad'lrww aw nbovw. tjrnl I
HiRAEVI HULS
'5
Corner Elm wood and Willow ATmt
Potwia Place,
TOPEKA. KANSAS.
Grows and sells plants. Makes a ip
eialtr of cut flower. Does ail kind t
Aoral work in a first-class manner.
k XI2TX.XT.
KIIILEY & U1A
MASCFACTCREKS OF
Carriages, Phaetons
Buggies,
Sp
ring Wagonsi
Etc,
t- . . JWLs . mi, 1 ir-
3
I flqristI
f3?Speoial orders and repairing
promptly attendad to.
. axu ze Jacksox st.,
TOPEKA, II AXIS AC.

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