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STATE JOURNAL, MONlAY EVENING MAY 14. 1894.
PHUT KENTS! SITUATIONS! REAL ESTATE! AUCTION SALES! & OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS. Th Topisa Statb JouxifAi. jruarantees. every day it is printed, to give a local circula tion more than double that of any other Top ka psiier. koci bv far More than mil "'T Combined. This makes this paper the cl.oapest. as well as tiia best daily advertis ing medium in Topeka. the classified adverliae niuuu below costaij; but FIVE CENTS A LINE, or 20 conts a Una for a week; 50 cenU by the month. . A . . City circulation everyday exceeds 6,000 total circulation over 8.000. Sworn detailed statements of circulation pre sented on application. t4rCall and see any afternoon between 4 ana 6. tlie handsomest, fastest, most perfect piece of printing machinery in Kansas a Web Perfect ins press, which prints from two to throe com plete B-raje 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 th.s notice appears the Istatb Jot'BXAt, will publish free on Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, for Topeka or Kansas people, alt notices of "Situations Wanted." not exceeding live iines, or thirty-fire words. In length, ITovided 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 tins class handed in by tua o'clock Wednesday morning. No advertisements of this nature to be started except on Saturdays ami Wednesdays. No ob ligation Is incurred on the part of the advertis er. No worthv and needy man or woman need hesitate to take advantage of this offer. No one in business or having employment is expected to take advantage of U. but all others invited to avail themselves freely. WANTED SITUATIONS. "TANTED Nursing by an experienced nurse. r r In confinement a specialty. Can give ref erence. Call or address 14ol Kansas ave. AVAXTED-A lady with some experience womd like situation In Taylor shop to make vests or pants. Address, H. E. D., 117 West loth st. "YVAN'TED Employment by thoroughly edu- r cited young mail; indoor work preferred. Best of references. l. A. P., this ollice. WANTED H E LP. "YTANTED Immediately; a neat looking young man. not afraid of work, to travel, start tonight. Call at Duttou hotel, room ;;s, be tween 6 and 6:3d this evening. No lusher or smasher.wanted. C Reol. AV'ANi ED A gentleman of good address for a good paying osition of trust, must be prepared to furnish tirst-class reference aud bond. None other need applv, from 9 to 12 a. ni. or s to f p. m. Call (or address) W. Grafton Bateman. Superintendent, itixiui 1 and 2, No. 604 Kansas ave. TANTED Girl for general house work. ooou reierence required, toy Clay St. ANTED A pood girl for general house work. 103O Van tturen St. TV POLLARD vs. Breckinridge celebrated breach of promise case; Agents Wanted; book ready; history of litigants; illustrated: 50O,iju0 will be sold; rKosi'Et'TUS FKUS. W. H. F'iiK GUSO.N CO.. Cincinnati, O. WANTED BOARDERS, ROOMERS Vr ANTED Roomers and boarders at the Carter Hou-tM. jo aud 4ou viulney street. The house has changed hands, the rooms are larue and wed ventilated. Good board, if de sired. Bath room free. Mrs. A. P. Barnes. WANTED STOCK TO PASTURE. "VrANTED Stock to pasture. Goodpasture. ' plenty shade, plenty water, good care, four miles east of North Topeka on the Grautviile road, ferms reasonable. Inquire at Jones & Whitney's inilk depot, 121 West Sixth St. WANTED M ISCELLAN EOUS. AY J ANTED wall paper to clean, cheap. Made as urood as new. fi. M. Mavhraul it West Tenth street. "W7, ANTED Your carpets to clean by the " llarmola process. J. II. Fosdick, 807 Chandler st. AyAMKD AJ unemployed women and girls r i0 caa anj leave their name and address at the Topeka Exchange, 80S Kansas ave. AXANTED Horse, buggy, cart or bicycle in r r exchange for medical treatment, prescrip tions and medicines, call after 5 p. m. 515 Kan sas ave.. North Topeka. W ANTKl Wall paper to clean; made good w as new for one-third cost; work guaran teed. Address t. J. Mayhood, j Kansas ave. you want groceries or meats come r an,j goe our oods and get our prices. We can and will save you money on good goods. No Inferior stuff in the house. J. II. Heller, 1002 Kansas avenue. AY T A N'T ED Good city loans: have soma money and ian loan on second mortgage. " - - ..... ...r. , J J JUIU141 STQ, "r ANTED Itople to know that they can get . w fresh buttermilk and sweet cream every day from buttermilk wagon or at 7i5 Lane st. YrAN'TED Oasoime stoves to repair w shop; bio Kansas avenue. G. G. Ls tin r ANTED Some small real estate loans. oiiiiou retuspan. AY rANTED Watches, clocks and umbrellas vj repair at ii u.ausas ave., upstairs. VY A TD To more, STORK or shin house w hold goods, freight, etc. SAI!f fit tUtl.l.VSK, J33 JP Kfht mt MERCHANTS' 1 it AN SF Ji.lt t STORAOB CO. A VrAN TEI Oh! you never heard of tin ware T so cheap. Riverside store. 7i Kansas are. YAN fED Vou to go to the Kiverside store ' and save Tour inuuov. 1.U Kansas ave. FOR SALE-PERSONAL PROPERTY T' J ALE A nearly new oak bed. sprlngand mattress. su Taylor st. TOR SALE Reed organ In good condition at your own price. 715 Monroe st. lOR SAI.E Some good younjr general work horses at prices with times. It will pay to NoYth Toka! purcm"i1' American Bank. I,tspi.SAK;ri1?oys bicvcl " Rood condition. 15- red skinner, wis Monroe st. XT- tti0- Jwshboller, worm S1JSO. -a- now aoc Kiverside store. Iju Kansas ave. c auita'i. Ic-""f? font rooms. en- " v" yj.. ui oiaaison St. I0-?. tiKNT A suit of rooms or separate at 511 Harrison KVenua. lnn,.iro. 1.. J.:...!' ell or Judge Kightmire. NOTICES. N OTICE To whom It may concern: Be It htltno,Vl that Hir petition is on file in the pro w u0"" astt,g 7r a permit to se" intoxi?atT FourthUw?rHat A"' 5:43 Ks"sas avenueVin the fourth ward of tne city of Topeka. Hearing for sameis set for May mh at S. Int S 1894. bWl" UOUJD- I,i?-ETFu5nihed roon suitable for two. -- Kennemen preferred. 117 W est 10th st FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. f'OR RENT My rtsidence in Potwin. Good Goods terms to responsible parties. Dr. A. E. Gundy. fOK SALE Cheap, one of the best homes In J- the city for the price. Must sell. Kobertson 817 Kansas ave. HOME on monthly payments. Wewtilsell bouse of 5 rooms, o closets, cellar, well, cis tern, barn. bugy shed, coal houses, walks, house good as new. lot xiuo ft., for $1,100 on the following terms: $150 cash. $15 per month. 6 per cent interest until the first $.o is paid, no interest thereafter. Purchaser to keep taxes and insurance paid. Here is your chance. Fayne & Thompson, North Topeka, Kansas. IJ'OR SALE An 8-room house, well, cistern - and city water; one lot and a half. Will sell cheap. Reasons for selling, owner is going to leave the city. Inquire Mi i'olk street. I70R SALE Choice suburban tracts of 5 acres - or more, adjoining the cicy on the west, at prices ranging from $15 to $175 per acre. One third cash. W. 11. Forbes, Sole Agent. FOR SAI.E-MISCEL.ANUS JOK 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 l- o'clock. iOR SALE Short time loans at is percent interest. Simon Greenspan. IOR REAL estate or rental property see - Benedict & Co.. 601 Kansas ave. IOR SALE OR TRADE My beautiful home. No. 3U7 Harrison sc. W. II. Griilith. 17OR SALE Gilt edge first mortgages, 7, 8. 9, 10 per cent. Simon Greenspan. FORRENT HOUSES. "IOK RENT 8 room house. 1211 West Sixth; two 3 room houses on Harrison; twolroom houses. East 7th street; three 3 room brick houses, corner Crane ana Monroe sts. Apply, H. D. Booge, 607 Buchanan st. I7"OR RENT Five room house, 1017 Kansas ave. Inquire at 904 Monroe st. LOH RENT A good six room house. 1- of Dr. rtobv. lis West 6th sc. Inquire FOR SALE OR TRADE. IOR SALE OR TRADE For good farm land or city property. $2.-00. Merry-Go-Round. W. Cumming, 100a Monroe sc. TO I RADE Horse timer (pneumatic) for good road cart. 624 Kansas ave., J. E. Hay den. LOST AND FOUND. LOST About noon Saturday, May 12. a $5 bill between east Oakland and Jo Branuer st. Return to 204 Branuer St., and receive reward. T OST Pair gold eye glasses between Kansas J- ave. and yjincy and feth sts. F"iuder will be rewarded by returning to Journal ollice. IOUND The place to have plumbing done; A. - Alien, 80s Kansas ave. let. asj. MISCELLANEOUS. AF"TER MAY 15, until June 1st, I will clean all carpets by Harmola process for 5 cents per yard. J. H. Fosdics, 307 Chaudier St. STOLEN From pasture, four miles north of 3 city on Rochester road, bay mare five years old, weight about soo pounds, lame 111 left fore foot. Reward for her return to 108 East Third street. J. H. Steveus. M. WARD, A.M.. M. D 717 Kassas AVK9TUB. Hours: 2 to 5 p. m. Private hospital for women 333 Greenwood avenue. ICE CHESTS Any size, made to order at prices to suit tho times, at furniture shop near corner i'ourth and J ackson sts. C1ARPETS CLEANED by the Amos process ' are always fcaiisfactorv. Leave orvlers at Ladies' Exchange. 119 West Sixth; H. D. Carr. 513 Polk street, or Amos N. Eshlemau, 335 Han cock street. IOR SPECIAL orders I wish the following - real estate loans: $2,000; $1.5oJ; $1,000; $SJO; $700; $600; 5o0; 30J; sjoj. Money here, no de lay. A few large loans wanted, i. L. Beczer, 5li Kansas ave., Dudley's bank. Topeka, Kan., April 80, 1S9. To the Ladies: The Amos Process of carpet cleaning is sure ly a success. 1 clean . all Kinds of high class carpets aud rugs without removing them from the floor. The transformation is simply won derful. All work must be satisfactory or I will ask no pay. 1 give an work my personal atten tion. Orders left at Ladies Exchange, 119 West 6th street, H. D. Carr, 613 Polk street, or Amos N. Eshieman, 835 Hancock street, will receive prompt attention. Give this process a trial and be Convinced that it has superior merit. Respectlully. Amos N. faatiMAS. PRACTICAL PIANO 1 UN EKxears of fac tory experience. S. X racy, 701 Kansas ave. YV1LL1AM DWIGHI CHURCH Analytical r r and Metallurgical Chemist and Assayer. Examination of mineral deposits aud mines. OHices: Denver. C010- Prescott. Ariza. RS. E. K. LILLY, nurse, can be found at llii West Sixth street. MONEY TO LOAN. T ON E x' to loan on bonds, mortgages or per- sonal notes. Simox Gbef.n-spaic. C. OOD notes and mortgages bought and sold. ' SIMON Gkihsspak, LARTIES wishing a sate ana paying invest ment for their money, call at oiioeou M. Wood 6l Co. 634 Kansas are. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I AM a candidate for probate Judge, subject to the Republican primaries. Kindly re member me. John L. Gut. I AM a candidate for the nomination for Pro bate Judge before the Republican primaries. G. N. Elliott. I am a candidate for Probate Judge, subject to the Republican primaries. 184. Thomas H. Baix. 7E are authorized to announce that Aaron P. Jet mo re is a candidate for the office of County Attorney, subject to tne decision of the voters at the couiuig Republican primaries. am a candidate for clerk of the district court, subject to election. J. L. Scott. HEREBY announce myself for second term as couuty attorney. H. C. SArrosD. AM a candidate for clerk of the district court, subject to the Republican nomination. Josiah Jordan. AM a candidate for clerk of the district court. A. F. CHmsr. nALE RITCHIE, candidate for clerk of the district court, subject to the Republican primario. I AM a candidate for clerk of the district court a subject to the decision of the Republican pri maries. E. M. COClkRKLL. Dr. A. M. Callahan ls a candidate for clerk of district court subject to tne Republican nom ination, lav. rpo THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS of Shaw-- nee County: I will be a candidate for the office of cleric of thedistrlot court of Shawnee county, at the Republican primaries this spring. I have Hred in Kansas ail my life, always worked zealously for the sueeess of th Repub lican party, and hare nerar DJioro bea a can didate for office. If chosen for this responsible position, I pronalee the taost eOlcmnt and faith ful attention to the duties of the office. H. J. Adams, Attorney, ill East Eighth Sc.. Topeka. AM a candidate for nomination before the Republican primaries for Probate Judge. R. H. C. Seablk. 212 and 114 West 8th. Peerless Steam Laundry. LEGAL NOTICES. First published on the 3rd day of May, ISM, In NOTICE. Cm or Topic ka. t . . May 8, 13S4. J - To whom It may concern : . Notice Is hereby giTen that we the under signed residents and free holders of the city of Topeka, James Gtllett, J. S. Collins ana S. Barnes, were duly appointed by the mayor' and. council of the city of Topeka and having duly qualified as appraisers to ascertain the actual ' vaiue of the land proposed to be- taken under Ordinance No. 1707, approved April 4th, liiH. for thepurposeof 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 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 Taylor street; on the north by Seeond street; on the west by -Western avenue; on the south by the south line of section 30. township 11, range 16, and the north line of. Third street all 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 buildings or improvements thereon. And notice is hereby further given that we will meet as such appraisers on the 15th day of May, 1804. at 'J: 30 o'clock a. m. of said day at the intersection of Western- avenue aad Third street produced, city of Topeka. in said benefit district, for the purpose of ascertaining the ac tual value aud making appraisement of the property and assessing the damages aad bene fits as aforesaid. James GIllett, S. Babnks. J. S. COLLIXS, Appraisers. First published on the 3rd day of May, 1894. In the official city paper. J NOTICE. City of Topeka, I May a, 1804, ) To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that we the undersign ed residents aud Freeholders of the city of 10 peka, James Gillett. J. S. Collins aud S. Barnes were duly appointed by the mayor and council of the city oi Topeka, and having duly qualified as appraisers to ascertain the actual vaiue of the land proposed to be taken under ordinance No. 1710, approved April 26. l4, for the purpose of opening and extending of the alley north of Fourth street between Western avenue and Fil more street, in said city and also to assess and appraise the damages and benefits arisim? 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 ceuterof Second street extended to the center of the alley between Western avenue aud Fiimore street; thence southerly along the cen ter of said aliey or alley extended north from Fourth street to the north line of Third street extended; thence west along the norch line of Third street extended to the center of Fiimore street; thence southerly along the center of Fii more street to the center of F'ourth. street: thence easterly along 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 given that we will meet as such appraisers on the 15th day of May. 18i4, 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 tne ac tual value and making .appraisement of the property and assessing damages and benefits as aforesaid. James Gillett, J. S. Collins, S. BARNES, Appraisers. First published May 4, 1.3&4, in the official city paper. J NOTICE. City of Topeka, I May 4, 1894. i 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. Goriiam, 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 laud proposed to be taken under ordinance No. 1706, 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 the 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 F'ourth street and the alley between Lafayette and Locust streets in Veaie's addition; thence westerly 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 Vea.e's addition and Parkdale addition; thence southerly along the line between blocks 12 and is in Parkdale 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 ceuter of Seventh street to the center of the aliey 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 Veaie'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 Fourth 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 Jiereby further given that we will maet as such appraisers on the 16th day of May, i8i4. 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 aud making appraisement of the property and assessing the damages and benefits as aforesaid. F. M. Newlajtd, C. H. Titus, J. A. GOBHAK, Appraisers, BIRNEY'S Catarrh Ponder Jnelle-ves Cat&rrn and Cold fin Ibe Bead Instantly br on appiioauon Cures Head Holse Jt DEAFNESS. iu treatment or Muspla tme Sold by druea-ieta, frVo. VIXEWOOD AID EISSLAI0 PARI STB EE T RAILWAY. Trains will leave Monroe Street Station week days for Vlnewood as follows: 6:48, :i. 11.-61, 8:07. 5:41. Trains will leare Vlnewood for Monro street at T:57, 10:32, 1:02, 4:19, 6:50. SCSDAT TRAINS. Leave Monroe street 8:02. 9:19, 10:. 11:51, 1:50. :07. 4:84. 6:41. Leare Vlnewood 8:42. 8:50. 11:16, 18:80. 8:80, 8:47. 5:04. 6:24. ' Extra Sunday trains will be run according to company orders. Pocket edition time t&hlo wil be issued In near future. SURGEONS. ygaia52p1 SURGEON. SE. SHELDON, M. D.. STKOERT A1TD DISKASB3 Or OXH. Office-. No. 730 Kansas Are. J. C McClintock. A. M., M. D. Frances Storrs, A. B.. M. D. MeCLIKTOCK STORRt. Practice United to SURGERY and DISEASES OF WOMEN. a0 Kansas avenue. OCfice hours, to 4 p. m. "PK.. MARY E. STEWART, - 634 Harrison St, comer ot 7th St OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEX. Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.. 3 to 4 p. m. Tele. 287. TOA C BAKHMh, M. D. ' " . - Office and residence, 782 Kansas Avenue. . Office Hours 9 a, m. to 11 a. m .and lp.rn.tt Sp.BL Phone 90. AGGIE L. McCREA, M.D., . Tel. so. 739 Ka-ksa atxkue officb hottks: 8 to 10 a. w.. 12:30 to 3 p.m., 8:30 to 7:30 p.m. J3B. EVA HARDING. . TOO KAS8A3 AVENUB. . Tele. 402. - "TR. J. K. MULVANE Special attention given to chronic diseases. Office open aU hours. 00 Kas. Are. Phono 81. gTELLA. KIRBY, B. 8. M. D., Office and Residence, 706 West Sixth St. Office Hours: 2-5 and 7-8 p. m. Telephone 128. JJ It. M. R. M.1TGA1.LL. M. D. Office 511 S. Kansas Are. TeL w. Residence 981 N. Van Buren street. Tel. 198. U. ST RYDER, M. D. , OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon street and Central ave.. North Topeka. Phone 214. Uses the Brinkerholf system of Rectal treat ment, a successful and painless treatment for piles, fistula, tisliure, ulceration, etc. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. LINUS S. WEBB, ATIOKSIT AT law. 117 SLxth Avenue West. TH2 SA1TTA FE BOUTS. TRAINS TO RIDS OK. Za effect on and after April 13, 1894V WESTBOUND. Leave Arrive Leave Trains. 9 Kansas Topeka. Topeka, : City. Wich., Kingman & Pratt local . . 113 8:16 am 10:35 am 10:40 am Oklahoma Texas local... 113 8 15 am!l0:35 am 10:40 am Den. 6i Tex. Llm 5 9:80 am 11:30 am 11:50 am California Lim.. 8 1:40 pm 3:35 pm 3:45 pm B.F.&ElPasoEx 1 1:45 pm 8:60 pm 4:00 pm 'Kansas City & Topeka plug.. 109 4:30pm 6:40pm Colorado Night Express 7 9:20 pm 11:35 pm 11:45 pm Man. & B. Acc. Ex. Sunday... 153 7:30 am Between Kansas City and Topeka only. EASTBOUND. 5 Arrive Ieave Arrive Trains. 9 Topeka. Topeka. Kansas : City. K. C. Local 114 1:50pm 2:00 pmj 4:25 pm Columbian Llm. 4 2:20 pm 2:40 pm 6:00 pta Chicago Vesti bule Lim 6 4:80 pm 4:S5 pm! 6:40 pm Atlantic Express 2 5:10 am 5:15 am 7:25 am Missouri River Night Ex 8 4:25 am 4:35 am 7:00 am Topeka and Kansas City plug 110 7:30 am 9:40 am Man. & B. Acc. Ex. Sunday... 154 9:00pm Between Kansas City and Topeka only. ATCHISON AND ST. JOSEPH. r-jiiL - m t I uuu. l-i.v i Arrive ri""8- "u- St. Joe. Atchis'n Topeka. racific. Mexico I & Texas Ex press 105 8:30 am 9:20 am 11 :20 am Colorado Night . Express 107 8:35 pm 9:25 pm!ll:25 pm Leave Arrive "Arrive Topeka. Atchis'n St. Joe. Bt. Joe Morning Express 108 5:15 am 7:15 am 8:05 am Bt. Joe Erening Express 106 4:40 pm 6:85 pm 7:20 pm Buy railroad, Cullman or steamship tickets of ROWLEY BROS., gents Santa Fe route, southeast corner Sixth and Kansas avenue. Topeka. Or W. C. Garvey. Agent at Depot, Or aknolii & Son, Agents, North Topeka. BOCK ISLAND ROUTE. In effect on and after April 29, 1894. WESTBOUND. Leave Trains. No. Kansas Arrive Leave City. Topeka. Topeka. Solid Vestibule - Express A 11 11:20am 1:25pm 1:35pm Through Fast Express B 9 9:20pm 11:30pm 11:40pm Chicago. Texas Express A 1 10:35 am 12:40 pm 12:55 pm Southwestern Lv S. J. Express A 13 9:35 am 12:40 pm Southwest Night LrS.J. Express B 3 8:Q3pm 11:30pm ll:.'r0pm EASTBOUND. Arrive Trains. No. Arrive Leave Kansas Topeka. Topeka. City. Limited Ex press A 12 3:25 pm 3:30 pm 5:35 pm Solid Limited Vestibule Ex press A 2 8:45 pm 3:50 pm 5:55pm St. Joseph and Eastern Ex - Ar S. ,f. press A 14 3:55pm 7:20pm Express and Mail via St. Ar S. J. Joseph C 4 5:35am 5:50am 9:20 am E xp r e s s and Mall via Kan- sas City C 10 5:45am 6:00 m 8:00am A Daiiy. B Daily, except Satil -day. C Daily, except Monday. For tickets, sleeping-car berths and general information, call at City Ticket office, 601 Kan sas avenue, corner Sixth street, (telephone 430): at Passenger Station, corner I Irst street and Kansas avenue, (telephone SS4); or at Posioffice, North Topeka, (telephone 364). H. O. GARVEY. City Passenger Agent. INIO.N PACIFIC. Eastern Vestibule No. 8, leares 2:47 p. m. K. C. Accom. No. 6, leaves 7:10 a. in. Western Vestibule No. 7, leaves 12:55 p. m. Salina Accom. No. 5, leaves 6 50 p. m. Daily except Sunday. All others daily. Train No. 8. solid vestibule to Chicaxo. dining car. free chair cars, etc., running over the Chi cago & Alton from Kansas City, has through sleeper for Sc. Louis via Missouri Pacific. Train No. 7, solid vestibule for Denver, making direct connection for Pacific coast. Through Pullman cars for Salt Lake; tnrouga colonist car to Portland, etc.. etc. City ticket office. 65 Kansas are. MISSOURI PACIFIC. Train. No L'r's Topeka Topeka and Fort Scott ac eommodation 285 10:00 a. m. A'r's Topeka Topeka and Fort Scott ac- eommodation. 286 6:30p.m. For tlie Xadiess Hare you handsome paper and envelopes fr correspondence? Did you erer try Hake's put Up in neat boxes White Rose. Chamois Skin aud Velvet brands, ruled and unruled? p-Sf" Beautiful French and Crepe Tissue, all colors, for shades, ornaments, eta. J XT TflV PC Drart and Stationery, 52 IS name was Moi&inel, his busi ness that of com mission merchant in dry poods sun dries, his ag-e three and forty years. . the age of per fidious agitations and demoraliza tions. .Yet, nevertheless, he had a charming- wife, "his Adele,"ashe still called her. - And why should he not have called her thus? , he was only twenty-five years old, and they had been married scarcely eighteen months, . and she possessed a- singularly enticing and bewitching style of beauty with her red cheeks, blue eyes and raven hair. So enticing and bewitching, that Moisinel had taken her without a sou of dot. . .''- As chance would have it, precisely in the same building where he had his own apartment, there . was, on the first floor, a large and fashionable dressmaking establishment, whose specialty was . the exporting of fine robes to foreign shores, entailing the necessity for handsome models, or "tryers-on," to use the phrase of the trade. Sixty odd work girls and moaels daily flitted up and down the stairs at lunch time and dinner time, with the buzzing and chattering of a flock of crows. The Devil is always obliging in leading one to his fate. Moisinel, among the sixty-odd little ouvrieres, remarked many possible pleasures. He ended by stopping one. A brunette, with dark, sparkling eyes, hair that but you have no need of an exact portrait, I suppose. It is not you that are goiug to escort her to a private cabinet of some to-be-named restaurant the first Sunday evening of the month of May. Need I tell you, also, that the ac quaintance had followed its usual course there being so much inoline, you see, in games like this. They had had a tender though passing confer ence, and decided that on the Sunday in question they would go, not to a cafe first, as planned, but to the open ing of the violet season at Chaville; and as the days were still too cool to dine in the fields they would return to Paris in time for a little fete at the Cafe Kiche. There remained but one point to regulate. Ah! but that was a very delicate one, indeed. Moisinel quailed whenever he thought of it. How was he going to free himself for that prom ised Sunday of emancipation? He had fallen into the habit of takinar with Adele a dinner en famille on that evening. His mother-in-law came; her. aunt, also, and Adele's brother-in-law and sister. Moisinel, who was not of the nimble wit essential to the prompt fabrica tion of a reasonable romance, took a whole week to meditate and to evolve a story of sufficiently ingenious com plications. At last he elieved that he had it. The stage was set to a nicety it re mained only to play the comedy! To play it before whom? Before "his Adele, "who thought him so faith ful and true! It was truly abomina ble, the thing that he was going to do, still he took his courage in both hands and Saturday morning after break fast, preceding the Sunday agreed upon, he began to unfold his little tale. CTKL, STT HUSBAND! "Adele, dearest," said . he, "to-morrow is going . to . be a very, very dull day for me, indeed, my little one. That Buenos Ayres correspondent of mine "Eh," said Adele, surprised. "Sun day a dull day for you, Etienne? How and why?" "As I said, that Buenos Ayres cor respondent of mine a man through whom I make fully 20,00O francs a year figure to yourself that he knows nothing at all of the Versailles Musee, the Bois nor anything else, in fact, of Paris, and he has got it in his head that I shall serve him as showman, .elephant driver, you know, my dear." "You Etienne?" Adele exclaimed, still more amazed. "None other, dearest; and you must not forget that I make through him 20.000 franca at least a year. I have tried to get out of it; told him where and how to go, bat he took it badly, and seeing him vexed I was obliged to give in. He consented, however, not to start till 2 o'clock. He wanted at first to take the early train, as well as stay over the evening for the fete and the illuminated water. It is the first of the season, you know, darling-. It's sure, almost, to rain, and I certainly risk a serious pneumonia, but for 20, 000 francs; and for once, at any rate, 1 am bound to go with him." "Do as you think best, dearest. Business before everything-, always. Only you will not return too late?" "No, at 12 o'clock, sharp. The la train leaves Versailles at 11. He'll hold, to a dead certainty, that fellow, to seeing everything to an end." "But for such a good client one must endure it." "How good you are, darling! But you will not be lonesome. Happily your people will be with you to keep you company." "No, I should only miss you the more. I shall' go to ' mamma, I think, for the evening, if you do not mind." "A happy thought, my Adele! Hare you no others, perhaps?" And thus the brigand cajoled ata-d embraced her, and the delicate little point that had given ' Moisinel such, trouble and pondering to properly ar range had arranged itself in the twinkling of an eye and without tho slightest hitch or difficulty. Sunday arrived; the program de cided upon was agreeably carried out by Moisinel the trip to Chaville for violets first; the dinner, later on, at the Cafe Riche. A dinner very Jolly and familiar, the pretty little dressmaker was full of spirits and gay jokes, and the dinner and the jokes were both well washed down with plenty of good wine, which added considerably very naturally, to the ordinary spirit of such occasions. But this was not the only conse quence of the washing dowa The wines of the Cafe Riche and other res taurants of its kind are fully as high, in price as they are excellent in qual ity. Moisinel's stock of small bills was soon exhausted, lie was a pru dent man; a thousand-frano note was too big a sum to trust to the hands of a garcon he did not know; briefly, he must go himself to the cashier's desk to change it to coin, merely an ab sence of a minute or two from his charmer's side. And firm in the thrifty and cautious habits of a lifetime of business exacti tude, and in spite of the brunette's chaffing suspicion that he intended to leave her in the lurch there to foot the bill, Moisinel held to his deter mination and the door of cabinet 13 temporarily closed upon him. In the interval, while changing hia bill, Moisinel was busily thinking, mentally drawing contrasts between the plump brunette and "his Adele" not entirely favorable to the former. She was distinctly a little vulgar with her loud laughter and still louder an ecdotes. It was not "his Ade'le" that spoke a language like this "his Adelel" and to think that he should deceive such an angel! Rascal! Scamp! Scallawag-! He had had enough of it already. He would never recommence, never, on his word of honor! All the same, he must now return to the little one; he was not the vi comte of tier iriena oi mo wunvuuj, no! And the cabinet ah, behold it before him No. 18! And Moisinel, as he spoke, turned the handle. Three cries simultaneously resounded. The first from the waiter, who, too late, clamored: "Stop, stop, please! Monsieur deceives himself! That is not 13, but No. 131" The other two cries were uttered by the guests of cabinet 13, into which, he found himself, all unwittingly, making this brusque interruption and deranging an obviously very tender interview. The-gentleman had roared: "Sa-a-cre bleu!" The lady shrieked: "Ciel! My husband!" And her husband, for a fact, thm lady being no other than "his Adele," thus occupying the leisure time left upon her hands by the spring-time fugue of her lord and master. Drawn by the stir and outcry, the occupant of the other cabinets had run to the spot, and there, among them, ran the little brunette of No. 18. . i But the pencil of a simple chronicle renounces picturing the scene that followed. How have they settled it,' you ask? In the only way it was pos sible to settle it Moisitnel and his wife have decided to pardon eaeh &ther; a sort of double-entry case of forgiveness, you know, upon one con dition that each has a day of goin out, but the same day, and always to gether naturally. Burfrlmr Jimmy Hope. "Jimmy" Hope, the ex-burglar, la living quietly in New York. He is often seen on Broadway, but always alone. A few days ago he was arki if there was such a thing in eMistenca as a burglar alarm that could be de pended upon. 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