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STATE JOURNAL. FRIDAY EVENING MAX 11. I84.
v rail, hts i BENTS! SITUATIONS! REAL ESTATE! AUCTION SALES! & OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS. ThiTofika Stat JouajrAi. guarantee. everyday It Is printed, to give a local circular tioo more than doibie that ot any other Tope ka paper, and by far Mor lhaa H Othr lils CombiMtt. This makes this paper the cheapest, as well as the best dally advertis ing medium in Topeka. the classified advertise ments below costing but FIVE CENTS A LINE, or 20 cents a Una for a week; CO cent by Otm month. . . . City circulation rreryday exceeds 5,000 total circulation over 8,000. Sworn detailed ttatementa of circulation pre Sentod on application. MfCaiiaud see any afternoon between 4 ana 6. the handsomest, fastest, most perfect piece of printing machinery in Kansas a Web Perfect ing pres.. whicii prints from two to throe eons. Piute s-pace 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. While this notice appear the Ktatk Jouk.val will publish free on Saturday. Monday and Tuesday, for Topek; or Kansas people, all notices of "Situations Wanted." not exceeding five linos, or thirty-five words, in length. Provided that all advertisements of this nature are handed in previous to ten o'clock Maturday morning; also on Wednes day. Thursday and Friday, all advertising of this class handed ill by ton o'clock: Wednesday morning. is'o advertisements of this nature to be started except on Saturdays and Wednesdays. .No ob ligation is incurred on the part of the advertis er. No worthy and needy man or woman need hesitate to take advantage of this offer. No one in business or havuig employment is expected to take advantage of it, but ad others invited to avail themselves freely. WANTED SITUATIONS. "VATEIt A situation as stenbgragher. will work for small salary. Address .Miss M. M., sua .East Third st. ATANTK1 A situation as farmer on a stock farm or vegetable and fruit farm. Address box 44 i. Topeka, Kiuisas. AVrANThD Situation as deliveryman. Kx- penenced. Acquainted with city and best of city reference. 92i Monroe St., North Topeka. VATED Employment by thoroughly edu- cau-d oun i.iuu; indoor work preferred. Best oi references. L. A. . Uiis ollice. A Widow wishes work for her son ajie 16. Call or address Mrs. Khodas. t18 Lincoln st. WAXTi:i-Tlm ladies and physicians of Topeka to know Mrs. J. E. Iseuliarc. ex perienced nurse, can be found at No. Jril Kious street. Nortli Topek i. at very reasonable rates, and best of references. WANTED H ELP. 1VANTKD AgO'Hl basque maker: none but experienced ht lp need apply. Call at Mrs, Chas. LoWs, 1-J74 au hureu st. 7AXTED A first class waist maker. Mrs. Mercer. Stevenson &Co. s store, XV XV ANTED Experienced dining room girl at Luitiou house. AXTKli A good reliable girl for general hou-se worn at aiii est Seventh st. ANTED A good girl for general house work. 103o Vail liuien st. XV w 7" AN Ti'l) Girl for general housework. G07 icu i n ave. we-st. T ATJIKS" WANTED TO WUITK AT HOME: -Jl weekly; no canvassing. Keply with stamp, MISS FANNiii i ELKNOK, South Bend. Ind. TOI.I.Ai;l vs. Breckinridge celebrated breach - oi promise case; Aleuts Wanted; book ready : ii.siory of liiiiiants; iliUStrafed; soo.ooo wii. ie soul; I'K isi'tti'it's KKh.tc. W. 1. i'lilt UL'bO.N CO.. Cincinnati, O. ' WANTED BOARDERS .ROOMERS Vr ANTED Uojmers and boarders at the farter House, 4J and 4)J tuinoy street. The holism iias cu.tuel han !. the room are Iar,'e aud weil veiitua.eJ. tiood board, if de sired. Hani room froe. Mrs. A. 1. Barnes. WANTED-STOCK TO PASTURE. AVAMEl) Stock to pasture, unod pasture. plenty slni le. pieury water, ood c.re. f ;ir miles cist of .ortli fopeka on the Grantville road, i'erms reasoirible. Itifiuir at Joius 6 Whitney's milk depot, 121 West Sixth st. WANTED Rl ISC ELL AN EOUS. r ANTED Wall paper to" clean, cheap. .Made as good new. G. ii- Mayhood. 117 W est leuth street. WrAN'TEl Your carpets to clean by the Hariuola process. J. 11. Jt'osdick, 307 t handler st. ANTED To exchange three clear lots on Kansas ave. or tlie equity in two lots on W est fih st , fir carK.nter work ami material. Call at -a.s Woodlawu ave., Fotwin 1'laee. Y AN! ED All unemployed women and girls to ca.l and leave their name and address at the lopeka iixchauge, aod Kansas ave. A ANTEr Horse. but;gy. cart or bicycle in exchange for medicui treatment, rrescrip tious aud medicines. CaU after 5 p. m. 6ij Kan sas ave.. North Toeka. AN 1 ED Wall paer to clean; made good ,T as new for oue-tlurd cost; work guaran eed. Address K. J. Mayhood, 933 Kansas ave. AyilEN" you want groceries or meats come and sea our goods and get our prices. We can aud wilt save you money on good goods. No Inferior stu it in the house. J. H. Heiler. loou Kansas avenue. AY 'ANTED Good city loans; have some u mau on secona mortgage. , - ---.iji, j jvansas ave. XTAXTEn People to know that they can get fresh buttermilk aud sweet cream every day from buttermilk wagon or at 725 Lane st "ANTED Gasoline stoves to repair at tin SilOD: &1Q Kitlsiis ugamu .1 tL I , T ANT ED some sniaii real estate loans. uuuvu vit?truspan. VrAMfcLj vatcti59, clocks and umbreilaa rANTAD To move. STOKii or ship hoase w hold goods, freight, etc. WERCHAN1S- ilUAat roitAGB CO. A lJ 1-0.i?! yoti never heard of tin ware 'kocheap. ltiverslde store, -ii Kansas ava! Wtfri011 to ? to lhe Overside stora and av our mono v. '.u Kansas ave. FOR SALE-PERSONAL PROPERTY J"OK HALE Brood Ow7aT212TLincolntr lOK SALE A fresh half Jersev cow- rhn AriiiirU!,t east of cen,etry on Golden ave. John K'04 ALE 3-year old fresh cow. 401 Kan-k- sas avenue. I- "V''?"! 9?a t 'cycle in trood condition, E red Skinner, wis Monroe St. 3? mbk?iZf-rl- 8 K!?'!!n?s'now- w . ..wm o, ttKj ivaasas ave IOlt SAUt Xo, a washboiler worth isi. L txiw kuta iUrersul ktore, J 'KaSavaf1' FOR KENT Well furnished front rooms. en suite or single, with board. 7ol Madison st. I OK KENT Three unfurnishad rooms suit- able for light housekeeping. S16 (JuLncy st. 'OR RENT 2 unfurnished lower rooms. Quincy st. U3 FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished south room with alcove; 333 V'au-Buren. IOR BENT A suit of rooms or separate at - 511 Harrison avenue. Inquire of ir. Mitch ell or Judge Kighxmire. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. V7E have a 6 room house bet. 3rd and 4th on Monroe, cost jRi.aoo; we want Si. 150; the lot is worth the money. Lockwood & Ferguson, 110 East Otu st. IOR RENT My residence in l'otwin. Good Goods terms to responsible parties. Tr. A. K. Gundy. 70R SALE Cheap, one of the best homes in -a- the city for the price. Must sell. Robertson 617 Kansas ave. A HOME on monthly payments. "We will sell house of 5 rooms. 3 closets, cellar, well, cis tern, barn, buggy shed, eoal houses, walks, house good as new, lot 33HX160 ft., for $1,100 on the following terms: $150 cash. $15 per month. 5 per cent interest until the first $.joo is paid, no interest thereafter. .Purchaser to keep taxes aud insurance paid. Here is your chance, l'ayne 6i Thompson, North Topeka, Kansas. IOR SALE OR TRADE Two good town lots on horse and buggy. 631 Jefferson st. IOR SALE: An 8-room house, well, cistern and city water; one lot and a half. Wdl sell cheap. Reasons for soiling, owner is going to leave the city. Inquire 5U7 i'olk street. IOR SALE Choice suburban tracts of 5 acres "or more, adjoining the city on the west, at prices ranging from $ljj to $175 per acre. One third cash. W. M. Forbes, - Sole Agent. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. 17OR SALE A good barber shop on Topeka - avenue near Sixth avenue. ORTGAG EE'S SALE OF JEAVELRY. The stock of jewelry at 503 Kansas avenue has been taken by the mortgagees, and must be sold and possession of room given at once. No goods moved, everything goes without regard to price. I.OR SALE CHEAP One large Jersey cow, - or would exchange for a irooii drivimr horse and pay cash difference. V. M. Forbes, 111 W est Sixth ave. IOR SALE A restaurant and lunch room - doing a good business and well located. Small capital required. Inquire for advertiser at Journal ouice between 11 and 12 o'clock. FOR SALE Short time loans at lu per cent interest. Simon Greenspan. OK REAL estate or rental property see - Benedict & Co., ool Kansas ave. "JOR SALE OR TRADE My beautiful home. -- iso. 807 narnson st. v. . , Grimth. IOR SALE Gilt edge first mortgages, 7. 8. 9, 10 per cent. Simon Greenspan. FOR RENT HOUSES. EOR RENT Five room house, 1017 Kansas - ave. Inquire at 9i4 Monroe st. LrOR RENT Cottaae. 614 Polk street; cellar, hard and soft water. F. G. Hentig. Iolt RENT Four room house. Tin Madison st. Inquire at iilt W est tith st. 1,"OR RENT Nice house, one block from Washburn college. Bath and stable. Thos. S. Lyon, 1UJ3 Codege ave. XoR RENT A good six room house, inquire . 01 Dr. Robv. lis WestotUsL FOR SALE OR TRADE. "70R EXCHANGE For plastering one 50-foot - lot, clear, near shops; have more adjoining to sell at each; monthly payments, or will exenauge for iaiui property. J as. C. Smith, 10S East Third st. LOST Pair gold eye glasses between Kansas ave. and yjiiicy and btli sts. Finder will be rewarded by returning to Journal oiiiee. IOLND The place to have plumbing clone; A. Alien. ao Kansas ave. lei. o&s. MISCELLANEOUS. BRING in your houses to rent. Wre want fifty rigut away. Lock wood Si Ferguson, 110 East. Hh st. "ATE make a specialty of careing for rental proiteriies list yours Willi us. Lockwood & Ferguson real estate, loans and rentals, 110 Last oth st. FlER .vlAV , until June 1st. 1 will clean - carpets by 11 am iota process for 5 cents per yatd. J. H. FosdiCK, 307 Cnaudier st. wTuLEN From pasture, four miles north of city on Rochester road, bay mare five years old. weight aootit 850 pounds, 1.11 110 in left fore tool. Reward ior her return to loa East Third street. J. tl. Stevens. A r b. waldT aT r.. 717 KAJisAS AVKSUK. Hours: 2 to 5 p. m. Private hospital for women 3J3 Greenwood avenue. IjEHSONAL CHr.QUES are good at home. - American Express Compauy IKAV'ELERS (.Hhoi ES altord all facilities of your owu bank account any w Here in the worid. 1'rincipal oliice ot Company, 05 Broadway, N. Y. ICE CHESTS Any size, made to order at prices to suit the times, at lurmture shop near corner Fourth and J aokson sts. C1ARFETS CLEANED by the Amos process ' are always satisfactory. Leave orders at Ladies' Exctiange, llu West Sixth; H. i. Carr, 513 Polk street, or Amos N. Esiiieiuau, 335 Han cocii street. 'I 'KY Topeka Avenue Exchanze, 5i9 Topeka ave., agency ior Ludora Creamery Butter. IOR SPECIAL orders I wish the following real estate loans: AooO; $l,5X); $1,000; $SUO; $700; oou; 4000; 30j; jjo 1. Money here, no de lay. A lew large loans wanted. 1. L. Betzer, 5ia Kansas ave., Dudley's bank. lorkKA, Kan., April 30, To the Ladies: The Amos Process of carpet cleaning is sure ly a success. 1 clean all Kinds of high class carpets and rugs without removing theiu lroin the floor. The transformation is siinolv won derful. All work must be satisfactory or I will as it no pay. 1 give an work my personal atten tion. Orders left at Ladies Exchange. 119 West 6th street, H. D. Carr, 513 Polk street, or Amos N. Eshieman. 335 Hancock street, will receive prompt attention. Give this process a trial and 00 convinced mat it uas superior merit. rtespocuuny, amus a. LsutiJiAy. PRACTICAL PIANO TUNER Years of fac tory experience. S. A racy. 701 Kansas ave.' rlLLlAM UWIGHT CHURCH Analytical ' aud -Metallurgical Cuemist and Assayer. Examination ot mineral deposits and mines. Otlices: Denver. Colo, Prescott, Ariza. M RS. E. K. LILLY, nurse, can be lound at 113 y est &uta street. I TOPEKA. ! TRANSFER I imt rnnnrir. SO Kjuu Ave. XLe. SIM F. P. BAC03, FRENCII TISSUE PAPER! TU LAJtO9T USI XX TH1 CITV. ALL CHINA AMD ART MATERIAL, COIPLETE HEWS DEPARTIEST. as ATA LEGAL NOTICES. First published on the 3rd day of May. 1834, In the official city paper. J NOTICE. Crrr o? To?iia, J. - May 3, lsSi- f To whom It may concern: Notice Is hereby given that we tha under signed residents and free holders of the city of Topeka, James Giiiett, J. S. Collins and S. Barnes, were duly appointed by the .mayor, and couneil of the city of Topeka and having duly qualiliedas appraisers to ascertain the actual vaiue of the land proposed to be taken under Ordinance No. 1707, approved April 4th, ldftt, for the purpose of extending Third street and for opening the alley in the block, between Second and Third streets and Taylor street and West ern avenue In said city and also to assess and -appraise the damages and benefits arising therefrom to the lots and pieces of property lvine and situated In the benefit district crea. ed; and established by said ordinance which is do- scnoea as ionows, to-wit: on the east by Taylor street; on the north, by second street; on me west dv westernavenue; on the south by the south line of section 30, townshiD 11. ranee 16. and the north line of Third street ail in Shawnee county, sta.e of Kansas. And 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 uuudings or improvements tnereon. And notice Is hereby further given that we will meet as such appraisers on the 15th day of May, 18U4, at a:30 o'clock a. ni. of said day at tne Intersection of Western avenue and Third street produced, city of Topeka, in said benefit district, for the purpose of ascertaining the ac tual vaiue and making appraisement of the property and assessing the damages and beuo- S. Barjtes, - J. S. COLLIX3, Appraisers) First published on the 8rd day of May, 1891. in f Via r hri r i 1 ifv no iiap 1 NOTICE. ClTT OF TOPIKA, May a, iSiH, ) To whom It mav concern Notice is hereby given that we the undersign- ou resiueuts ana ireenoiuers 01 me city 01 Deka. James Glllett. J. s. Ckillms and S. Barnes were ouiy appointeu Dy tne mayor ana council of the city of Topeka, ana having duly qualified as appraisers to ascertain the actual value of the laud proposed to be taken under ordinance No. 1710, approved April 26, 1894, for the purpose of opening and extending of the alley nortli of ruunu sirwt ueiween wesittru aveiiuv uu x-11-more street, in said citv 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 aud es tablished by said ordinance which is described as ionows, 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 alone the center of Second street extended to the center of the alley between Western avenue and nmore street; thence southerly along tne cen ter of said aliev or allev 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 easterlv alontr the center of Fourth street to the center of Western 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 eiven that we will meet as such appraisers on the 15th day of May. 1854, at 9:30 o'clock a. m., of said day at tue intersection ot western avenue and inird street produced, city of Topeka, in said benefit district, for the Duruose of ascertaining the ac tual value and making appraisement of the property and assessing damages and oeneats as aioresaiu, jAMHsijiLLun, j. s. collin's, S.Barses, Appraisers. First published May 4. 1394, In the official city paper. 1 NOTICE. ClTT OF TOPKTt A, I May 4, 1&U4. ) To whom it may concern: 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 ot Topeka. and having duly qualified as appraisers to ascertain the actual value of the land proposed to be taken under ordinance No. 170;, approved April 4th, 1894, for the purpose of opening and extending Locust street in said city and also assess and appraise the damages and benefits arising therefrom, to tiie lots aud pieces of property lying and situat ed in the benefit district, created aud establish ed by said ordinance, which Is described as fol lows, to-wit: Commencing at the center of the Intersection of Fourth street and the alley between Lafayette and Locust streets In Veale's addition; thence westerly along the center of Fourth street to tha 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 Vea.e's addition and Farkdaie addition; thence southerly along the line between blocks 12 and 13 in Farkdaie addition to the north 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 streets; thence southerly between said lots to the north line of the alley between Sixth and Seventh streets; thence easterly to the center line of the alley between Locust and Lawrence streets; thence southerly along 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 north along said division line to the 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 northerly along the center of said alley to the center of Fourtn street and the place of beginning. And also to make a true value and appraise ment of all the lots and pieces of ground situ ted 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, 1394. at 9 o.clock a. m. of said day, at the corner of Sixth avenue and Locust street, Topeka. in said benefit district, for tne purpose of ascertaining the actual value and making appraisement of the property and assessing the damages and benefits as aforesaid. P. M. NltWXAJfD. C. H. Titus, J. A. Gorham, Appraisers, NOTICES. NOTICE To whom it may concern: lie It known that our nAtritinn 1 nr. fi ; in .ka bate court asking for a permit to sed intoxicat ing liquors at No. 523 Kansas avenue, in the Fourth ward of the city of Topeka. Hearing for same is set for May 19th at 9 a. in. ' April 17. 1894. . (jlONEYTOLOAN. TNEYtoIoanonrtoad Xu. sonal note. SlMOJT GREEITSFAX. i 'OOli notes and mortgages bought and sold. telMOX Grke.xspan. 1 ARTIES wishing a sara ana paying lurait ment for their money, call at ouoe on ML. Wood & Co. 6M Kansas ave. It cures blood and skin disorders. It does this quickly and permanently. Is there any good reason why yoa should not use De Witt's barsaparilla? It reco mends itself. J. K. Jones. , , SNESHANGES. rfJHANGB OF BUSINESS SALE Owing to v-y a change to take place in our business we re 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 hares this great reduction in price nothing re served. For S5.00 we will sell s nice light colored spring suit usually sold for $9.00. ior S3.75 we are showing a fine line of Ch"T Jotts, Cassimere and Worsted suits cut In the latest style, and well made, regular price of these goods $12 and $14.00. vJ"or $i6.5o we give yoa your choice of any S22 and $24 suits in the bouse. For 93 cents we sell you a child's Knee Pants Suit, ages 4 to 14, regular price S1.7& i or $2.50 a fine Scotch or Worsted suit sold ly others for $4.00 and 5.oo. 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 d.25 a suit. Sale price 86 cents. - Men's hats in all the latest shapes, sold by ether houses for $3.00. Our price $1.50. Men's heavy cloth pants well made, worth $1.73. Bale price $1.00. Men's Fine Dress Pants; ws bave the most complete line of these goods In the city. All goods usually sold $5.50, $s and $7, we aft) low offering for $4.60. Don't fail to see this. We have a full and well selected stock ot men's summer shirt, which it will pay to see. Our line of trunks and valises share this cam 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 in Topeka. Mail orders accompanied by the cash will receive our Srompt and careful attention. ETTEN SON'S quare Dealing Clothing Company, 433 Kansas venue. ; opposite postomce. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I AM a candidate for probate Judge, subject to the Kepnblican primaries. Kindly re member me. Johk L. Gtrx". AM a candidate for the nomination for Pro bate Judge before the itepublican primaries. G. X. Elliott. ' am a candidate for Probate Judge, subject - to the .Republican primaries, 1894. - Thomas H. Baik. WE are authorized to announce that Aaron P. Jetniore is a candidate for the office of County Attorney, subject to the decision of the voters at the coming Itepublican primaries. ' am a candidate for clerk of the district court, subject to election. J. L. Scott. HEREBY announce myself for second term as county attorney. H. C. Saffokd. AM a candidate for clerk of the district court, subject to the Uepubiican nomination. I JOSIAH JuKDAX. AM a candidate for clerk of the district court. A. F. Cuesnev. HALE KITCHIE, candidate for cierk of the district court, subject to tha Itepublican primaries. I AM a candidate for clerk of tha district court A subject to the decision of the Kepubiican pri maries. E. M. Cock. hull. Dr. A. M. Callahan Is a candidate for olerk of district court, subject to Uio Kepubiican nom ination, 1394. TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS of Shaw nee County: I wik be a candidate for the office of clerk of the district court of Shawnee county, at the Kepubiican primaries this spring, t have lived in Kansas all my life, aiwayi worked zealously for tne success of the Kepub iican party, and have never before been a can didate for otXce. If chosen for this responsible position, I promise the most efficient aud faith ful attention to the duties of the office. H. J: Adams, Attorney, 111 Kast Eighth Sc. Topeka. SURGEONS. HENRY W. KOBY.M.D. 1 CTTRrjIT'OV - IOPKKA, Kansas. ( OUIIu1jVi1 O E. BHELDON. M. D. J SVKOEKT AND IIS EASBS Or WOMIH. Office: No. 7 At Kansas Ave. if. C. McCllntock, A. M.. M. T. . Frances Storrs, A. B-, M. D. neCLTMTOCK 4k STORKS, '' Practice limited to SURGERY and DISEASES OF WOMEN. 830 Kansas avenue. Oulce nouxs, 3 to 4 p. in. J1R. MARY E. STEWART, U 634 Harrison St., corner of 7th St. OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OB" WOMEN. Hours: 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 4 p.m. Tele. 237. DA C. BAKNF.S. M. D. Office and residence, 732 Kansas Avenue. Office Hours 9 a. m. to 11 a. m .and s p. m. to 5 p.m. Phone 99. M AGGIE L. McCREA, M.D., Tjql. 50. T32 Kansas AviNna OFFICII HOURS: 8 to 10 a.m.. 12:30 to S p.m., 6:30 to 7:80 p.m. JJ)B. EVA HARDING. T09 Kansas Avairum. Tele. 409. TTR. J. K. MULVANE -A-' Special attention given to chronlo diseases. Office open ail hours. 600 Kas. Ave. Phone 83. gTELLA KIRBY. B. 3. M. D., Office and Residence, 708 West Sixth St. Office Hours: 2-6 and 7-8 p. m. Telephone 123. D ii. miCllM.I,, M. D. Ofttck Bll S. Kansas Ave. Tel. "Mi. Besidenoe 931 N. Van Buren street. Tel. 196. L. A. RYDER, M. D. , OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon street and Central ave.. North Toneka. Phone 214. Uses the Brinkerhoff system of Rectal treat ment, a successful and painless treatment for piles, fistula, flshure. ulceration, etc ATTORNEYS AT LAW. IN US S. WEBB, i AITOKJIET AT LIT, 117 Sixth Avenue West. V D IRnET S iCafarih Powder alteiieYes Cfttirrti and coin In tn Hasd Instaauy Dy on application Cures Head Noise Sl DEAFNESS. B mm il. SWS BMIlll TMfit, fltMfc 1al treatment or umpl, tros Bold by drusg-iata. OOo. YIIZWOOD AID HIG2LAID PARS STREET BALL WAY. Trains win leave Monroe Street Station week days for Vinewood as follows: 6.-45.9:19. 11:61. 8:07, 6:41. Trains will leave Vinewood for Monroe street at 7:57, 10:32, 1:02, 4:19, 6:50. BCVDAT TRA1XS. Leave Monroe street 8:02. 9:19. 10:86. 11:94. 1:50. 8:07, 4:24. 5:41. . Leave Vinewood 8:43, 9:50, 11:16, 12:30, 9:80. 8:47. 5:04, 6:24. Extra Sunday trains will be run according to company orders. Pocket edition time table wii be isaued in near future. For tlae Xa,dies. Have you handsome caper and envelopes for correspondence? Did you ever try Hake s put np in neat boxes White Rose, Chamois Skin and Velvet brands, ruled and unruled? fj-ij "Beautiful French aud Crepe Tissue, all avy colors, for shades, ornfvaieuis, etc. T "K" TflVlVW Drnrt and jicatlsoerr, l. Jl JUiXi.&, ecJi KAS. AVE. ARCHITECT. JOSEPH MARSHALL. Architect and Superintendent. 100 KANSAS AVE-NUiS. 5SSU.'- HEREisBlanche to - nig-ht, mo ther mine?" She is gone down into the country, Val, to 1 il4 spend a monttu A little rustic cousin of hers is about to be married. and she wants the benefit of Blanche's fine trousseau and the taste about the wedding1." "Ah, poor Blanche I I pity her, im mured in a country house in Decem ber! What will she do, unless she finds some men to flirt .with.?" laughed Valentine Monroe, throwing1 his hand some length lazily on the cushions of a divan . in his mother's luxurious boudoir. "There's no one to flirt with at Hazelmere. It's a very quiet neigh borhood, and I don't believe the girl that's g-oing to g-et married would ever have found a husband, only that a young- man just- happened to live in the house nephew to her g-uardians, I believe and they fell in love. Noth ing1 but propinquity, you see, Val, that makes so many -matches. Heigho! I wish it had been as successful in your case with Blanche." "Dear mother, don't bring1 np that old grievance again." .... "But, Val, let me urge dear Blanche's claim just once more. Poor g-irl, ever since she came to live with us, five years ago,. when her parents died, she has worshipped you, Val, and it is cruel that you don't take pity on her tender heart." "One doesn't like to have a g"irl throw herself at one's head, mother. Blanche might have waited till I asked her to love me." "But, Val. you ought to be grateful to her for loving- you, really. Any other man would go on his knees to thank her, and you know it. She is the belle of her set, beautiful and rich; and, as she says, she can bring- any man to her feet but you." "And wants me just out of perver sity, eh?" laughed handsome Val, and the big- diamond on his white hand sent out a blinding-flash of light as he tried to smother a yawn. "No, she loves you fondly and devo tedly, my son, and she is just the girl for you, too a very queen of beauty. Come, I will tell you her secret, poor girl. It was for your sake she has buried herself in the country." "I don't comprehend." "I'll explain, Val. Well, only the night before she left she told me in tears, that she was maddened by your indifference, and was going away to test your love. She thought you might miss her, and find out you loved her, by your sorrow at her absence." "Did she think I could not enjoy my dear mother's society alone?" he queried, affectionately. "Don't begin to flatter me, dear, thinking- to turn off the subject! Oh, Val, why won't you marry Blanche? She surely has reason to complain if you don't, for you have flirted with her ever since she came here." "Beg- pardon, it is Blanche who has flirted with me. Mother, you know that girl has flirted from her cradlel" "She only does it to make you jeal ous, VaL" "No, -it's her nature. And she cares no more for the sufferings of her vic tims, than little boys do for the but- "TAKE TOCTt BttfG, PERKY G B AKDISOW. terflies whose wings they pull off. She can be very cruel when she wilL" "But not to you, dear, because she loves you so much. And she is so fond of me, too, and is just my choice for a daughter-in-law. Oh, Val, do (five me your promise to marry Blanche!" im plored the handsome, worldly mother, who coveted the queenly heiress for her son's bride. Handsome Val raised his careless, laughing- face to her, and for once it was grave and earnest,' even sad. "Mother, you've been telling- me se crets, tell you ' one. I cannot marry Blanche, because I love an other girl! . : "Val!" she almost shrieked, in her surprise and dismay. "I love another girl," ha repeated, hoarsely. "No, it isn't any one you know. I met her last summer at the sea-side.. She was a guest - of some friends of mine. Oh, mother, how lovely she was! not a queenly blonde, like Blanche, but rather petite, with a mass of curly dark hair, a pale, mignon face, with the sweetest red mouth, a dimple in her chin, and such eyes! pure, forget-me-not-blue, hidings under thick, curly lashes, black svs jet. She was a thousand times pret tier than Blanche, to my notion. " "Oh. heavens! and you are engag-ed to her! It will break my poor Blanche's heart!" ' "I am not engaged to any one, mother, fox my little beauty was ea- gng-ed before 1 ere tnet her. ? told me so when I asked her to be mne. But, before heaven, I .believe she liked me well, and if she had only not worn that other fellow's ring1 confound himj I might have won her for my own." "Ah, I am very glad she is married to another man. There's a chanoe for Blanche yet," cried Mrs. Monroe, with a sigii of relief. "But she isn't married yet, mother, for I made her swear solemnly to send me wedding-cards when it came oEE. For, as long- as she is single, there's some hope, you know. And I swear that I'll marry no one until my little beauty is lost to me forever." "And then then would you have Blanche?" eagerly. "As well her as another, since I should have no heart for any but my lost love," gloomily. The weeks slipped away, and one morning-, when the mail came in, his mother cried, eagerly: "Wedding- cards for you, VaL Per haps it is that girl!" and she could not keep the joy out of her voice and eyes. He tore the cards from the envelope, with nervous fingers. "Great Heaven! the cruel blow has fallen!" and he staggered to hia seat, his hand before his eyes. "Why, what is this?" she cried, examining- his cards. "Val, it is the girl at Hazelmere, Blanche's cousin, pretty little Bessie Gray!" "That is her' name," he sighed, heavily. "Oh, Val, remember your promise! If this g-irl married her betrothed, you would marry Blanche!" "Yes," he answered, with the acquiescence of despair. "I am so glad, so gladl Val, shall you go to the wedding?" "Yes, I will see her lost to me for ever! Then, I will bring- Blanch back as my betrothed!" he answered, with the recklessness of a torturing despair for his blighted love-dream. He arrived at the pretty Southern homestead in the morning of the day set for the wedding. A blundering servant took his card when he asked for Blanche, and sent hiin into the conservatory. . -'She's in there, cutting- flowers for the bride's bouquet." Some one was helping- his cousio, and he paused at the sound of voices, and peeped through a thicket of blossoming pink azalias. Blanche's companion was a young1, fine-looking man. He cried out, in a passionate voice: "Blanche, this is cruel work for us both!. Oh, if these flowers were only for you, my darling!" "Hush! you must not say such things to me you, who will be married to Bessie Gray to-night!" "Not if you forbid it, Blanche, fot my fate lies in your hands. Ah, poor little Bessie, I loved her dearly till you came, but the gianoea of your eyes drove me mad, and my love turned from her to you. Do not up braid me, dearest, for surely I have read your heart aright, in your tender blue eyes, and you love me as well as I do you. This marriage would make ns both very unhappy. Oh, Blanche, let us fly together before this fatal bond is riveted that sunders us for ever. We can be married quietly in Washington, and go abroad " "Stop," she cried, in clear, ringinr tones. "You insult me, Perry Grandi son! Why, I have never dreamed of loving- you! I only amused myself with your vanity, because- you hap pened to be the only man about! I shall never marry any one but my handsome cousin, Valentine Monroe! As for you, sir, you must keep your troth with Bessie!" "I will, for I despise you now that I know you were only flirting with me, and " but he turned with a start, for the outer door of the conservatory opened, and a petite flsjure entered, the dark curly head held high, the mignon face very pale, the tiny white hand holding1 out a pretty pearl rin. "Take your ring1, Perry Grandison, and may God forgive you for your fal sity," cried Bessy, her voice thakinf with stifled tears. "Oh heavens, Bessie! you have heard alL But forgive me, I. pray you dear est, for I was caught by a siren's wiles. " I only fancied I loved her.and, at the discovery of her falsity, my heart turned back to you with a warmer love." "And I despise you!" she replied, scornfully. "There will be no wed ding1 to-night." "Ah, Bessie, don't say that rashly, cried a yearning voice, and Valentine Monrof stepped from his concealment and took her hand. "I, too, have heard all, and I rejoice in this craven's falsity, since It gives me another chance! Oh, Bessie, when I courted you, by the sea, last summer, you al most owned that, but f6r a prior en gagement, you might have liked me. Can't you love me now? can't I take Grandison'a place to-night?'he prayed earnestly. "Ye-es, for I know I shall love you better than I ever could have loved Perry Grandison," she murmured, blushingly, and let him slip his ring on her little hand. And Val really married sweet Bes sie that night, but Perry and Blanche did not stay for the wedding. They departed in haste repenting their treachery and hating- each other -'Perry to seek forgetfulness abroad, and Blanche to weep her heart out in a vain aespair. An Aged Fishhook. There was recently shown in Bir mingham, England, some Egyptian relics said to be authentic Among, them were a bronze water tap, 2,000 years old, well made, and as perfect in design as any modern plumber eould make it; a copper fishhook 5,000 years old, and a fragment of a eopper saw 6,000 years, described as the oldest piece of wrought metal in the world. A steelyard, with hooks, like those u present day use, was 4,000 jera oljp -