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STATE JOURNAL. SATURDAY EVENING MAY 2C. 1891.
RENTS ! SITUATIONS ! REAL ESTATE! AUCTION SALES I & OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS. ThbTopera Statu Jockjtax. guarantee, everyday It is prince!, to give a local circula tion more Uian double that of any other lope Ka paper, and I v far Mora hu mil ' lliF Combined. This makes tills paper the cheapest, as well as the neit daily advertising- iiiedium in Topeka. the classified advorlja menu tmlow cos dux but FIVE CENTS A LINE, or 20 cents a line for a week; 00 cent by Vom month. . . City circulation everyday exceeds 6.000 total circulation over 8.O1W. Bworn detailed statements of circulation pr sentd on application. l-jyCall and see any afternoon between 4 ana 6. the hand-iomesc. fastest, most perfect plec of priming maehinerv in Kaunas a YV eb lerf cl ing press, which prints from two to throe con. ptete 8-page papers a second. SITUATIONS WANTED FREE. Are you in need cf work? If so. you are at , llbertv to use these columns for assistance in that direction. W hile tins noiiee app ears the hiAiK Jot hx At wih p;il)iish free on Sa.urday, MoDday and Tuesday, fur Topeka or Kansas peopm, all notices of "Situations Wanted." not exceeding live lines, or tmrty-nve words, in length. Provided that ail advertisements of this nature are handed in previous to ten o'clock Saturday mnrninj; also on Wednes tlay. Thursday aud Friday, all advertising of this class handed in by teu o'clock Wednesday morning. "o advertisements of this nature to be started except on Saturdavs and Wednesdays. No ob ligation Is incurred on the part of tho advertis er. No worthy and needy man or woman need hesitate to lake advautatjo of this offer. No one In business or having employment is expected to take advantage of it, but all others invited to avad themselves freely. WANTED SITUATIONS. w ANTKI) Bya pood jrjrl, washing and iron in'' to do. corner 17th and jenerson scs. AVAN'fUi-By a woman, work of some kind. I am in need of work and will do anything to mak' an honest living. Address luth and Hancock Ms. ArANTKJJ By a young lady; a position as stenographer; lias hud no experience In office, just otu of school. Wdl work cheap. Address. 1- A. B.. Journal ofliee. AV'ANTEl) Situation by a young man; work of any kind; spxaks German and Kuulish, fan pive lirstclass reference. Address A. B. C. tills ollieo. 'AS TED Work; no choice of kind; bya man who can keep books, do oilice work, janitor work, take care of horses or dig a hole in the prouiid. Address 11. I'. t. Journal office. "VrANTKI Position as night watchman, or janitor work by sober, reliable man. Best of city references. Address. Joseph t'entiiuan, yi3 Gordon st.. North lopeka. A'ANT'':l) Work by a man of experience in the mercantile " business. Address lock bov 44i, city. AArANTEI) A position as book-keeper; can (rive good references. I am a young man is years old. Address, II. A. lieu, Conway Springs, Kansas. AY 'ANTED A good strong boy 17 or 18 vears of age at Adams Bros., 711 Kansas ave. V"ANTKI A widow wishes work for her son. age in, can ive good reference. Call or address ills. Emma l;hodes, 618 Lincoln St. WANTED HELP. LTAN'1KI An ageut In Topeka for electric uoor i name 1 piaLe. s urns. etc.. re:nl;ili e in the dark. Sample free. Appiv quick. New Era 1'iato Co., lt7 lJearborn St., Chicago, 111. nEI.l W ANTED To till the Grand Opera house night of June nth. The Amphion ( oncert will give you a dollars worth of music for M cents. f J KNKR AL AGENTS WANTED Selling new articles to dealers: exclusive territory; no competition; no capital required, I'OO to aoo per cent prollt. Columbia Chemical Co., t dear born st.. Chicago, 111. tiENTS AND SALEM EN WANTED to sell cigars by sample to dealers; salary or Coin mission. Address with i' cent s tamp. Sterling Ciar Co., 113 Adams st.. Chicago. 111. i JENEKAI. AGENTS WANTED Selling new articles lo dealers; exclusive territory; no competition; no capital required; LiJJ to 3i per cent profit. Columbia Chemical Co.. Dear born st., Chicago, 111. AA'ANTED Good man to take orders from rot.ins in Topeka for new wheel just out. Already in every large game in Chicago. A day's work will rnak-i you good monev. Ad dress, Book .Maker, P. O. Drawer E, Chicago, 111. AY 'ANTED Good kitchen clrl. S. E. corner Eighth and Wuiucy. T K E : KI Nl: 1 1 G E H OK. Breach of promise. -- History of litigants, lliusirated. Agents success unparallelled. loo.ooii already sold. Out fit free. Agents wanted. W. II. fEliuL'sON CO., tith su, Cincinnati, O. WANTED M ISC ELL AN EOUS. r AN1 ' -! You to invest any sum with the savings and Loan association, 110 West tli. Earns ti to yj per cent. AVANTKIi- Every lover of music in Topeka to help fill the Grand Opera house, June 14th, at 5a cents each. WA'1 ' Everyone to know that M. E. I'owo removes ah dead animals from the city at j.UJ a head. Tel. -.a. "II'AMKD-By an experienced woman, lace t icur ;llns ta cit"a"; charges reasonable. Topeka Excnaiige. son Kansas ave. VTA-NTfc:uBoarle,rs at 5. Koss block; ' lirstclass. .i.ij ior week. A Vill;N y,,u wanJ groceries or meats coine aul see our g.ds an 1 get our prices. W e can aud will save you nuney on uood goods. No Interior stuff in the house. J. it. Heiler. 100 J Kansas avenue. "V'AX'rfc:lasol,ne stoves to repair at ba shop; aid Kansas avenue, li. li. Lee, AY ANTED Some small real estate loans. Sunou Greenspan. ANTKD W atches, clocks and umbrella to repair at 731 Kansas ava., upstairs. V"A"TA1 To move, STOttii or ship house- w hoid goods, freight, etc. ., .slA.,-,'.'Si Sk.in.veb. 123 E. fith St. BfERCHANiV iltAA SXOitAGK CO. AY A.?T,fc'1 ou never heard of tin ware AY -ww muuoy. 3 iaitQaiiai av& FOR SALE-PERSONAL PROPERTY VUK SAI-K At the TopetatdnearVorks? good berry crates, caeap. lSilw TP 5 SALiZ-Desirable houses la Oaklaad. P.c. Moore, room a, Kan. ave. X11-f;iLN' 8 ashbotier, worts $1.50, now aoo. Kiverside tor. Kansas ave. FOR RENT HOUSES. lJL..1" Kuchanaa L. good 5 . o nauvut'K 4 room cottage. Inuuire at 113 E. 7th st. Prescott&cff TOR KENT 10 room house, with bath. Thos. B- Lyon, l33 College ave. l,'tlaKiKNJSeTea room residence. Gordon Tooekf i?Zkr?a tnest location 'in North XCiiiin?:T"II?use.of eiht rooms. 1305 West wnin In A ator 1,1 kK-hen. fire place. xi?,K ""'as condition. Apply, S. M. W ood, 6th and Kansas ave. 1? w ET,A KOO1 ,1X room nouae. Inquire FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. ICE CHESTS for less than cost, any size, at cabinet shop near corner Jackson aud 4th sts.. by James Long. 1,OK SALE Deposit stock in Savings and Loan association. 110 West 6th St.. pays you 6 per cent upon any sum, withdrawable on de mand. IOK SALE Installment shares in Savings and Loan association, 110 W est 6th. Earns 9, 10, V2 per cent. IOK SALE Finest meat market in city-. Big snap for right man. "L" Journal. IOK SALE Newfoundland puppies 3 months - old. good watch.dog and kind to children. C. C. leaner, -ill east sth street. IOR SALE A butcher's outfit, decidedly cheap. Address 11, Office blocs:. IOK SALE Short time loans at U per cent interest. Simon Groenspan. IOK KEAL estate or rental property see Benedict & Co., 601 Kansas ave. IOK SALE- Gilt edge first mortgages, 7. 8, H. 10 per cent. Siinua Greenspan. FOR RENT-ROOMS. XOIi liEN'T Two floors, 3iJx54 and A-ixil, half -a- block from Kansas aven'ie, suitabie for manufacturing purposes, i. 1. Leib, l'J Colum bian building. NOTICES OF MEETINGS. NOTICE Populists primaries will be held at -i- Oakland school house Sa.urday. May 26th. from 4 to 7 p. 111., to select delegates to the coun ty convention. Peter Lavigne, chairman. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. IOK SALE On monthly payments; store room on good corner, 3 living rooms, barn; Price 7oo; i-'0jcash: payments I2.."1) par niontii without Interest, Payne 6i Thompson, North Topeka. JT'Olt SALE An 8-roorn house, well, cistern and city water; one lot and a ha;f. Will sell cheap. Keasons for selling, owner is going to leave the city. Inquire 507 Polk street. IOK SALE Choice suburban tracts of 5 acres - or more, adjoining the city on the wast, at prices ranging from $125 to $17j per acra. One third cash. W. M. Fokbes, Sole Agent. MISCELLANEOUS. OPEK CENT upon deposits left with Savings and Loan association. 110 West 6lh. , ." ' J? OH BENT A square piano. 433 Lincoln St. IOK SALE Tomato plants and cabbage plants; also pausies. thirty cents a dozen, S16 north Harrison sireer, nAKNESS AND KEPA1K WOKK. Harness aud shoe shop; patent leather polish for buggy tops; repairs in all kiuds of leather gooas; shoes ban soied forty cents. JE. P. ilea derson. lljj'j West Sixth street. IOK SALE Por 30 days; 2 bottles 2 oz. Hop- kins Flavoring Extracts. Ladies Central .Ex change, ssj Kansas avenue. 17 OB SERVICE A registered Holstein bull - from Cheney herd at the Pair Grounds, be teen the east and west gates. Oi) - f( to $50.00 PER WEEK using and V VV selling Oid Keliabie Plater. Every family has rusty, worn knives, forks, spoons, etc WmcKly plated by dipping in melted meial. Noex per.euce or hard work; a good situation. Address W. P. Harrison 6i Co., Cierk io. 14, Columbus. Ohio. AT B. WARD, A.M.. M. I ' 717 Kansas avenue. Hours: 2 to 5 p. m. Private hospital for women 333 Greenwood avenue. C1AKPKTS CLEANED by the Amos process ' are always satisfactory. Leave orders at Ladies' Exchange, lls West Sixth; H. L. Carr, 513 Polk street, or Amos N. Eshlemau, 335 Han cock street. HOMEY HAY TRAVELERS BE LOST. CHEQUES of the AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY are refunded if lost and are as available as cash anywhere in the world. Principal office of Co., 63 Broadway, N. V. IOll SPECIAL orders I wish the following - real estate loans: -'.0JJ; Sl.jJJ; fl.DOO; $700; $ooo; $5jJ; $3JJ; $J0J. Mousy here, no de lay. A few large loans wauted. 1. L. Betzer, 5ia Kansas ave., Dudley's bauk. IiKACilCAL PIANO TUNEK Years of fao- tory experience. S. iracy, 701 Kansas ave. -T-1LLIAM OVVIGHT CliUKC II Analytical v and Metallurgical Chemist and Assayer. Examination of mineral deposits and mines. Otlices: Denver. Colo, Prescott. Ariza. MBS. K. K. L1LLV, nurse, can be found at lliJ West Sixth street. MONEY TO LOAN. O tff to loan on city property. $5,000 V -y-r to loan on second mortgage, 4-100 up. Money to iill all good loans. Liberal priviledges to the borrower. G. P. Kincade, No. 4ou Kansas ave. 1 o. bit 10 ioau on bonds, mortgages or per- souai notes. GBKF?TPA!C. 1 0011 notes and mortgages bought and sold. SIMON tiKKKNSPA.V. 1ABT1ES wishing a sata ana paying iuvai nieut for their money, call at once on S. M. Wood s Co. &34 Kansas ave. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I AM a candidate for probate judge, subject to the Bepnblican primaries. Kindly re member me. John L. Guy. AM a candidate for the nomination for Pro- bate Judge before the Kepubiiean primaries. G. . Eujoii. am a candidate for Probate Judge, subject to the Republican primaries, l"'.H. Thomas II. Bai. WE are authorized to announce that Aaron P. Jetmore is a candidate for the office of County Attorney, subject to tiie decision of the voters at the coming Bepublican primaries. I am a candidate for clerk of the district court, subject to election. J. L. Scott. 1 HEREBY announce myself for second term as county attorney. H. C. Saffoko, I AM a candidate for clerk of the district court, subject 10 the Bepublican nomination. JOSIAH JOlUIAN. I AM a candidate for clerk of tiie 'district court. A. F. Chksnky. nALE RITCHIE, candidate for clerk of the district court, subject to the Bepublican primaries. 1AM a candidate for clerk of the district court subject to the decision of the Bepublican pri maries. E. ii. COOKKELL. Dr. A. M. Callahan Is a candidate for clerk of district court, suoject to the .Republican nom ination. ls4. ry0 THE REPUBLICAX VOTERS of Shaw M. U9a County: I will be a candidate for the offlce of clem of the district court of Shawnee county, at the Republican primaries this spring. I have lived in Kansas ail my iifs. always worked ceaiously for ui success of the Repub lican party, and hare never before been a can didate for office. If chwea for this responsible position, I promise the most efncient aal fatth tui attention to the duties of the otbee. M. J. Adams, Altorner, 111 Ease Eighth St.. Topeka. I ANNOUNCE myself as a candidate for the ofnee of Probate Judge, subject to the de cision of the Republican voters and the Repub lican primary. Edwin a. Austin. I AM a candidate for Probate Judge, subject to the decision of the Republicans of Shaw nee county. J. ii-. Wood. I AM a candidate for nomination before the Reuublican nrlmaries for Prohara .ln.l -i. R. H. C. Seablk, I AM a candidate for Probate Judge, subject, of course, to a nomination on the Bepublican county ticket. U. W. CAJiv. LEGAL NOTICES. First pibllshed on the 24th day of May. 1894. in the official city paper. J NOTICE. City or Iopika, Kaxsas, l , May 23, 16:44. f To whom It may concern: Notice is hereby given that we, the undersign ed, residents and freeholders of the city of To peka, S. Barnes, T. L. Stringham and C. H. Titus, were duiy appointed by the mayor ana council of the city of Topeka, and having quali fied as appraisers as provided by law. under ordinance No. lt40. approved August 19, ltftf3, estab.isliing Sewer District No. lb, and describ ed in said ordinance, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the center of the intersection or Tenth avenue and Jefferson street; thence southerly along the center line of Jefferson street to the north line of Eleventh street; thence easterly along the north line of Eleventh street to the center of the Shunganunga creek; thence southerly along the center of the Snun ganunga creek to the south line of Eleventh street; thence westerly along tue south line of Eleventh street to the center of Madison street; thence southerlv along the center of Madison street 230 feet 'to the south line of lot 27 on Madison street: thence westerly along the south line of said lot 379 on Madison street and along said south line produced, and along the south line of lot 3do on Monroe street, and along said south lme produced to the center of Monroe street; thence northerly along the center of Monroe street to the center of Kieventh street; thence westerly along the center of Eleventh street to the center of Quincy street; thence northerly along the center of Quincy street to the center of Tenth avenue; thence easterly along the center of Tenth avenue to the place of beginning In the center of Jefferson street, all within the city of Topeka, Shawnee county, Kansas. And also to make a true valuation and ap praisement of all the lots, pieces and parcels of ground situated in said Sewer District No. 16. And notice is hereby further given that we will meet as such appraisers on the 8lst day of May. 1894. at 9 o'clock a. m. of said day at the southeast corner of Tenth avenue and Quincy street in said sewer district for the purpose of ascertaining the value ana making an appraise ment of the same. S. Baknks, T. L. STRINGHAM, C 11. TlX Li S, - Appraisers. First published in the official city paper May 26, 1894.J Ordinance No. 1713. AN ORDINANCE relating to the city dump, to appoint a keeper thereof and provide for his compensation and bond, and penalties for violations of this ordinance. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Councilmen of the City of Topeka: Skctioit 1. From and after the passage of this ordinance it shall be the duty of the mayor by and with the consent of the council to ap point some suitable person to take charge of, care for, and manage the city dump. That such person shall receive a niontuly salary of forty dollars and shad serve in said capacity during the pleasure of the mayor and council. Before entering upon the duties of his position he shall give a good and sufficient bond in the sum of two hundred dollars with two or more sureties. Such bond shall be conditional that the said fierson giving the same shall pay over to the city reasury all moneys that shall come into his hand.s, by reason of his said position as keeper of the city dump and that he will do and per form all duties required of him by the ordinan ces of the city of Topeka and the rules and regu lations of the city board of health. Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the said keep er of the city dump to keep the said city dump in good working condition and to manage and assist in operating the same when in use oy the city scavengers or other person or persons using the same in the manner provided in the ordi nances of the city of Topeka and the rules and regulations of the city board of health, and to not allow the said city dump to be used for any other than a lawful purpose. He shall collect from city scavengers and all other persons using the same for lawful purposes, the following fees; For the contents of privy vaults and cesspools passed over said city dump at the rate of live cents for each barrel or cask of four cubic feet contents each. For any other offal or garbage directed by the mayor and council or city board of health to be dumped over said city dump, the s.um of fifteen cents for each wagon load or part thereof. The said keeper of the city dump shall keep a record in which he shall register the name of all persons using the said city dump, the date of the usage and quantity of ma.ter deposited over the same and the amount by him collected for the use thereof. Sec. 3. The said keeper of the city dump shall give his receipts toall persons making pa merits to him, which receipt shall be dated the day it is given aud shall contain the name of the person making the payment, the amount of ma terial deposited and the amount of monev paid for the use of the said dump. The said keeper shall pay into the city treasury once each week all monevs collected 1 i ny him for the use of the said dump and shall take a receipt therefor. which receipt shall be by him deposited with the city clerk. Sec. 4. Any person violating anv of the pro visions of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor aud upon conviction thereof shall be fined in a sum not less than live dollars, nor more than twenty-five dollars for each offense, and if the violator be a city scavenger lie shall have his license cancelled as city scav enger. Skc. 5. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the official city paper. Passed the council May 21, 1894. Approved May 25, 1894. T. W. Harrison. Mayor. seal. Attest: S. S. McFADDKX.City Clerk. SURGEONS. HENRY' W. EOBY, M. D. Topb&a, Kansas. SURGEON. SE. SHELDON. M. D., fl HUEKY AND IISEASSS OF WOMEN. Office: No. 7 At Kansas Ave. J. C. McClintock, A. M., M. D. Frances Storrs. A. B., M. D. McCMJfTOCK A STOItRH, Practice limited to SURGERY and DISEASES OF WOMEN, sso Kansas avenue. Office hours, 8 to 4 p. m. TR. MARY K. STEWART, - 634 Harrison St., corner of 7th St OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES Oi" WOMEN. Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 4 p. in. Tele. 237. IDA C. BARNES. M. D. Office and residence, 732 Kansas Avenue. Office Hours 9 a, m. to 11 a. m .and 8 p. m. to 5 p. m. Phone 99. AGGIE L. MCCREA, M.D.. Tel. go. 732 Kansas Avmua OFTTCB HOURS: 8 to 10 a. m.. 12:30 to S p. tn., 6:80 to 7:30 p. m. JR. EVA HA-RDING. T09 Kansas Avzxtra. Tele. 402. "1 1 R. J. K. MULVANE Special attention given to ehronla diseases. Office open all hours. 600 Kas. Ave. Phone 83. gTELLA. KLLRBY, B. 8. M. D Office and Residence, 708 West Sixth St, Office Hours: 9-S and 7-8 p. m. Telephone 128. D li.Si.Jt. JAllCAAJkLL. M. IA ffic Mi S. Kansas Ave. Tel. Residence M N. Van Buren street. Tel. is. L. A. RYDER, M. D. , OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon street and Central ave.. North Topeka. Phone 214. Uses the Brinkerboff system eC Rectal treat ment, a successful and painless treatment for piles, fistula, fishure, ulceration, etc. LOST AND FOUND. 17OUND The place to have plumbum donejj - Allen, 808 Kansas ava. Tel. oSS. OST Parrot. Wednesday. for return to 520 Tyler. Liberal reward " OST May 23. ladies gold watch and chain, between Soldier creek and Grantvllle. Find er please leave at 210 east 7th (L and receive reward. 5 I o 3- I'D Mi BUY Refrigerators, Gasoline Stoves, Poultry Wire, Wire Cloth, Hardware and Tinware OF- Shelden &ShcIdcn, 702 KANSAS AVE. Call at. Mme. Marmonfs HEW STORE, C0K. SEVENTH AND KANSAS AVE., TOPEKA, FOR THE BEST STYLES IN MILLINERY AND THE LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY. 701 ICANSAS AVENUE. Gen. Sandersii here to stay, with a full and well selected new stock of Clothing, Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, and latest novelties In Gent's Underwear. Laundered and Unlaundered Shirts, Eats, Caps, &c, at Commonwealers' prices. Children's Knee Suits at $1.50 Men's Balbriggan Striped or Plain pf bhlrts and Drawers at .t Men's Pepperel Drawers 3o Men's Calf Sewed Shoes, any style " 4ft and shape ........... .. -1 1 " Men's Russia Low Quarter Shoes at 150 Ladles' Russia Oxford at 1.25 Ladies' Dongola Oxford at .50 Ladies' Fine Dongola Shoes, a patent QQ ' tip, at Ladies' Cloth Shoes at 1.38 We have a few Men's and Boys' Suits which we will close out at CONi. A nice Men's Summer Grey Suit, well made, at $4.i?8. A nice line of Dress Pants at $1, $1.25, $1.50. &c Bemember the name and JPlace. TEE FAMOUS, 429 KANIA8 AVE. OPPOSITE THfi POST OFFICE. Ucmplexion Preserved DR. HEBRA'S VIOLA CREAM Removes Freckles, Pimples, Liver - Moles Blaafcbeads S-jnburn and Tan, and rei stores tne tiiin to ita pngi- clear ana healthy com- jJ7?r- preparations and perfertlv harmless. At all druggists, or mailed for SOcta. fceuti ior Circular. VIOLA SKIN SOAP i ittt l.nBpbi. mm m .tin pnrirrtg Soap. UBeqiiatod ftr tb. toilet, and iUlout a rirl fur the iiunm. Absolutely pure and deUcattly HUd. A druit. Pries 25 Cents. C RITTNER A. CO.. Toledo. O. Eudor.id t THt Hiohc.t Medical Airmsmntt, SnENTHOLiriHALER have row f rrrn nnu ASTHMA Wi LTn III 1 HEADACHE this menthot. lUHJlirn will care von. A .wonderful boon to sufferers Inflnrn?... Br.ehHU, ornATrrV&. Afor-U immediate relief. An efheient remeflv. conTenlens to carrr la poefcet. reajTy to tir on firt lndicatioa of cold. C'o.lliod V . l;fl"ccti PcrrancH Omir. Satisfaction ruaranteed or money refunded- Pa-Ice. (to rta Trial rre at Drvgeista. Resrlstered mail, 60 centa. S. B. CCSEaxH, irM Tstm ainn, MicL, V. 8. A. CTLTSHMAIC'S lICMXtlfll Tbe surest and safest remedy for IY1C.H 1 nUL all skin dlneaBeSjRczetna.Itrb. Pitt Bhenmold Snres, Burns, Crna. W.nderf m 1 rem edy for PILES. Prlc,S eta. at Drng- r a I glsta or by mail prepaid. AddrmmbOTe. OnUM TIJEWOOD ARD EI63XAKD PAS STREET RAILWAY. Trains will leave Monroe Street Station week davs for Vine wood as follows: 6:45, 8:19, 11:61, 1:50, S:07, 4:24. 6:41. Trains will leave Vlnewood for Monroe street at 1:25, 9:59, 12:30, 2:30. 3:47, 5:04,6:24. 8 1. N V A V IRAI N4 Tave Monroe street 8:02, 9:19, 10:36, 11:61, 1:50. 3:07 . 4:24. 5:41. Leave Vinewood 8:42, 9:50, 11:16, 12:30, 2:30, 3:47. 6:04. 6:24. Extra Sunday trains will be run according to company orders. Pocket edition time table wil be issued in near future. DENTISTRY. fiEO. P. ASHTON, D.D. S., " - DENTIST. N. W. corner Eighth and Kansas avenues, Topeka, K ansa ik OLUIBU REPOSITORY, 526 AND 528 QUINCY STREET. FINE VEHICLES, Iltraiit, Whip and, Kobe. Call and look over oar Immense stock. , P. J. HINDMARSH, ManaCer. U II II f 1 MM mil ISO Our Genuine Quaker Homemade Bread is lor sale at the following lirstclass firms: The Star Grocery, 112 East Sixth street W. W. Manspeaker Mer. Co., 711 Kas. av. G. 8. Sage, corner 10th and Monroe eta, R. L Jones, 12th and Kansas ave. J. L. Wood 13th and Kansas ave. Tubbs, 8th and Toneka ave. George Means, 810 West 8th st. E. L. Dibert, 8th and Clay Bts. James Shaw, 7th and Lincoln sts. D. D. Knox, 6th and Buchanan sts. J. S. Grice and Son, 905 West 6th st Whittlesey Mer. Co., 2nd and Madison Bts. n 4 8th Chas. Dryer, 2nd and Harrison sta. Baldwin, 402 East 8th st Davis, Princess Gro., 15th and Lincoln, M. B. Smith, 10th and Morris ave. Henry Ritter & Son, 6th and Clay sts. And any of our four wagons. Our genuine Quaker Homemade bread has our reg istered trade mark, on each loaf a red shield, all others are not genuine; don't buy any without the brand. VESPER fe CO., HO East Gtli. St. RAMBLER, EAGLE GRIGGS & Hardware, Implements, HELL & I iOH WEST (SIX1TI AVE-VfJE, yjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiii!riiiiiiiiiiiuiiiii!iiii::iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiu' I C. A. V1ERGHANT TAILOR. ri ja . SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS NOW IN. g CORRECT STYLE AND PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. PRICES MODERATE. ES 500 Kansas Arenue, - - - Topeka, Kansas. niixiixiiniixiiiiiiixi!iiii::iiuixiziiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:isziiiiii2xiiiiiiiiiHii: ixiis AJSIL FOR EXACT SIZE Favorite ten-cant Cigar. Sold by ail first-class AX Bailnra Braaehea, KO ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR BOOKKKEPINO AND PENMANSHIP IH CONNECTION XflTU SUOBIUANU COURSE. Special attntln to Grad. S'adltfa. SO Writias Z.eaaaa l.00. CO. umm til James Werts, 6th and Topeka aro. W. G. Frazeur, Iluntoon and Lincoln sts. Armantrout, 17th and Clay sts. College Hill Meat Mar., 15th and Lincoln. Geo. C. Beach, 218 West Cth it. I. K. Trueblood, Auburndalo. J. K. Thompson, 413 Kansas ava. Messrs. Laws, 404 Cast 4th st. Freeman Bros., 114 Kansas ave. Hammond & Co., 203 Kansas ave. Felkner,506 East 5th st. Orant Lux, 6th and Jackson sta. L. D. Iioose, 20Z4 West 6th ave. Topeka Grocery Co., 7l)0 Kansaa are. J. J. Bonewitz, 1225 Van Buren. N. T. Goodman Bros., 841 Kaa. ave., N. T. Empire Bakery, 219 West 6th at. ALTAIR, p ARBUR AXTELL, Stoves and Tinware. PERFECTION dealers. Mgr. by CJoo. Burghart. 801 Kaa. Ava. Hkorthaaa aad Typewriting;. L. H. STR1CKLER, ud 623 Uulacr ., loyka, Kianai BUGGY G.