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STATE JOTTRN"AIi. FRIDAY EVENTPTO JCJNE 15. 1891.
.1 . UENTS! SITUATIONS ! REAL ESTATE I AUCTION SALES! & OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS. Tub Tofetca Stat Joctixii. larantees, everj- day It W printed, to give a local circular tion mora than double that of any other Tope pair. Dd by far Mora than n ot" lL Combined. This makes this paper the cheapest, as well as the best dally advertis ing medium in Topeka, the cassined adyerusa Bueuts bwlow costing but FIVE CENTS A LINE, or 20 cents a Una for a week; 50 cents by OM month. . City circulation everyday exceeds 5,000 tolas c rcula."lon over 8,000. Sworn deiaued statements of circulation pra seutn I on application. l-sy-Call and see any afternoon between 4 ana 6. the handsomest, fastest, most perfect pieo of printing machinery in Kansas a W'eU Perfect. lug firwssi. WIIIVIl puuu 1 1 "HI wv mmr piete s-pace racers a second. SITUATIONS WANTED FREE. Are you In need of work? If so. yon are at lberty to use these columns for assistance in Sat clireotlon. While this notice appears the fi ate Juurxal will publish free on Saturday, tonday and Tuesday, for Topeka or Kansas eople, all notices of "Situations Wanted." not exceeding five lines, or thirty-five words. In length. Provided that all advertisements of this nature are handed In previous to ten o'clock Saturday morning: also on Wednes day. Thursday and Friday, all advertising of this class handed in by lea o'clock Wednesday mornius. No advertisements of this nature to be started except on Saturdays and Wednesdays. No ob ligation is Incurred on the part of the advertis er. No worthy and needy man or woman need hesitate to take advantage of this offer. No on in business or having employment is expected to take advantage of it. but ail oUiers invited to avail themselves freely. WANTED SITUATIONS. "lYAMED A situation as clerk in a grocery v store or stand of any kind. Have had ex perience in that line: Address "G" Journal of fice. WANTED H EL P. "IVAMED A good capable i;irl for general v housework. Gowl wages promptly paid to right party. Apply &H Taylor tt. WANTED A good girl in a candy store. 724 ivunsas ave. rANTI-.l Young white girl in family, ap- piy at to7 Morris ave. AY r AN TEL) Man of good address, with refer ence, to represent whoesale house. Small cash security required. Good salary, po- buio!i peruiaueui. can uii cast oiu st. xopeka. Al'AM KL) Good kitchen girl, southeast cor- ner btli and (juincy. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. AVT A N 1 Kl You to know that we clean and and press whole gen's' suits for 1.7i: pants, .ah;; co.us. 7o: vests. &oe. Color and press suits for j.oo; jian's, $l.ui; coats, $i.io; osts, 5oj. All work tfuaxactend. We want Jour cast off clothiiitr; pay c:ish for tliein. A. l.itteii, 1U h.ast Seco'iirl St., Topeka. 'AN TKiJ Gasoline stoves cleaned for $1.00 al lluil stove repair company, llti K. 8th. VAN 1 fcU Board and room with private family by a young man attending school. : tws must bo reasonable. Address lock box. citv. Y'AMhl) Sewing; those wishing children clothes made and summer dress.es. to call at u-j-j Tyler s, up stairs. i irst class work. F. M. Doty. AY WANTED-A fe v day or week boarders with room if desired, inquire 614 Jackson st. rANTEI (iasonue stoves to reoair at tiu shop; 810 Kansas avenue. G. G. Lea. AY 'A.MKD Some small real estate loans. bimon Greenspan. "ANTED Watches, clocks and umbrellas to repair at in Kausas are., upstairs. AY r ANTAD To move, STOJiii or ship hous- no ! goods, freight, etc. Sain- a biunui, 123 E. 6th St., MERCHANia' XltAN'SU'trt at Sl'OBAG OKAGB CO. AY r ANTED Oh! you never beard of tin ware : aap. iviverside store. Iss Avansas ave. AV fAAitli lou to go to the iiiversido store -uu mi tour uiotiOv. Ta Avan&as ave. FOR RENT HOUSES. "VyANTED To rent a neat six or seven room house in western part of the city, with grounds, shade and carnage house, now or in tlie near future, for permanent occupation. 917 Madison. IVol' KENT Five room house 1017 Kansas L ave. lniuire at sx4 Monroe. 1,,V,i- ,iE-N 1 tiv0 room bouse. Inquire 417 ","OK KENT Nice house, bath and stable. A hos, S. Lyon. ti24 iv.mas ave. "li'Git KENT A gooil six room Uuiua, inquire of Dr. lkobv. lis West tlh sc. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. luu SALl Horses; several eleven to thir teen iiuuilred pounds, general work horses some nine to eteveu hundred pound driving and all purpose liorses; otieor two riding p.mies, and some good useful na res very cheap. E. J bmall at American bank. North Topeka. "IoK sale Sett tinner'8 tools cheap, for -a- cash or on time. 404 Kansas ave. "IOK sale At the Topeka Vinegar Works, goodberry crates, cheap. Xriio-"1iiiL0- ,w:'iboiler. worth SI .50. aow B-- Kiverside fctore. Till Jmsas ava. fOOli .SALE Short time loans at u percent Interest. Pinion Greenspan. Iuli KEAL estate or rental property see J- inedict Co.. 601 Kansas are. "lUK SALE Gilt ede first mortgages. 7. . -- iO per cent. Simon Greenspan. FOR lR H KNT Tha , .. . a . .. g 1 w4xi abon ivansas avenue. , occuped by Cauaiiani Brown, w.th room FleVof"ligh't! mur'y printing office. F?t??ENT0.?,, furQ Shed front room down IiXhJ I '' aJ,so tllrea ""fumisued rooms for regnt JSFilf' also ni house for rent, inquire ill Monroe st. T,?? I?EN"rT.wo floor. 30x:h and 33x33. half JL block from Kansas avenue, suitable for "buUdaig? i-i-. COW FOR li55.ALfc:f:holceUDUrt,a tracts of 5 acres t-f mor?- aJO'h'ns tha city on the west at Sola Agent. MISCELLANEOUS. IO EXCHANGE AhnrTrTCTCrttr D r hit- na. "OOlt KENT Two connecting rooms south ex posure electric iigiit. bath. 71S Topaka ave. LOST AND FOUND. LS-'ifri' r?m 61i Buchanan St.. pug puppy, with collar and bed. Reward for return. ;AI E- DPAl r -w . Oakland. P. C. Moore, room iiKinTl oc butar. k. j. su, orta "IT-ACATION SCHOOL Mrs. E. S. Kob Inson will open a school in Polk school building on Monday the lmh mat. For farther particu lars eall at li 1'out st. AKNES3 AND HEl'AIR WORK. Harness and shoe shop; patent leather polish for buggy tops; repairs in all kinds of leataer goous; shoes half soled forty ceuts. . F. lien erson. lis:. West Sixth street. IOK SERVICE A registered Holstein bull from Cheney herd at the Fair Grounds, be teen the east and west gates. IOR EXCHANGE A fine farm and city resi dence at We.hngton, Sumner county, three miles apart, for Ioieka residence. John A. Murray, 15 Kansas ave. AT B. WAIiD. A. M., il. D 717 Kansas atexue. Hours: 2 to 5 p. m. Private hospital for women 333 Greenwood avenue. TJKACliCAL PIANO TUNEii Years of fac- tory experience. S. Tracy. 701 Kansas ave. WILLIAM D WIGHT CHURCH Analytical and Metallurgical Chemist and Assay er. Examination 01 mineral deposits and inula. Ui'lices: Denver. Coio Prescott. Ari.a. MKS. E. K. LILLY, nursa, can ilsi West Sixth street. im iouod at DENTISTRY. tJ.EO. P. ASHTON. D.D. a, X. W. corner Eighth and Kansas avenue-, Topeka. Kansas. ANNOUNCEM ENT3. I AM a candidate for probate Judge, subject to the Kepnblican primaries. Kindly re member me. John L. Gut. ' AM a candidate for the nomination for Pro- bate Judge before the Republican primaries. ii. 2i. Elliott. ' am a candidate for Probate Judge, subject to the Republican primaries, li4. Thomas H. Baix. WE are authorized to announce that Aaron P. Jetmore is a candidate for the office of County Attorney, subject to the decision of the voters at the coming Republican primaries. am a candidate for clerk of the district court, subject to election. J. L. Scott. I HEREBY announce myself for second term as county attorney. II. C. afitokl. I AM a candidate for clerk of-the district court. A. F. CUEiNir. T TALE RITCHIE, candidate for clerk of the II district court, suoject to the Republican primaries. I AM acandldata for clerk of tin district court a subject to tile decision of the Republican pri maries. E. Jd. COCkHKUi. Dr. A. M. Callahan Is a candidate for clerk of district court, suoject to uia Republican nom ination, l&tt. rpo THE REPUBLICAN VOTEES of Shaw--- uea County: I wni oe a candidate for the offlce of clem of the district court 01 Shawnee couuty, at the Republican primaries tnis spring. I have lived in Kansas aii my uii. always worked zealously for the success of t.ia Repub lican party, aud hava never b if ore been a can didate for oltlce. if chosen for this responsible position, I promise the most efficient aud faith ful uttenLion to tne duties of the oruce. Ii. J. Adams, Atcornev, 111 ii.ast nili St.. Topeka. Gi EOKG E NEAL is a candidate for the legis " lature from the arth or southern district of Shawnee county, subject to the Republican pri mar'es, I would like the support of the Republicans of the Second. Third and Fourth wards for the ofhee of county commissioner next Saturday. T. I. liOIMJKRj. I AM a candidate for re-election to tha office of couniy superintendent, subject to the Re publican primary, June 16. W. H. AVkight. I ANNOUNCE myself as a candidate for the otlice of Probate Judge, sub ject to the de cision of the Republican voters and the Repub lican primary. Enwix A. Altstix. I AM a candidate fo- Probate Judge, subject to the decision of the Republicans of Sha w nee county. J. G. Wood. I AM a candidate for nomination before the Republican primaries for Probace Judge. R. H. C. Skahle. I AM a candidate for Probate Judge, subject, of course, to a nomination on the Republican county ticket. G. W. Cary. MONEY TO LOAN. I DESIRE 50 loans this month on Improved farms in Shawnee and surrounding counties. Privilegeof paying $100 or more. Loans made in any amount, from $100 to $100,000. I. L. BeC zer, 519 Kansas avenue, Dudley's bank. - I UN K x to loan on bonds, mortgages or per- sonal notes. Si MOt frREF2rSPA3C. C- UOU notes and mortgages bought and soid. f SlMpy GRRSWSPAJf. PARTIES wishing a sate ana paying invei ment for their money, call at ouw ou ci. AL Wood it Co. ki Kansa-s ave. SURGEONS. T-fcR. 1. B. Colcord, Kidney and I'elvics dis eases. o Kansas avenue. 13 R. G. A. TULL. Oitice 900 East Fourth Street. HENRY W. KOBY, M. D. i CIT 1H I V( V E. SHELDON. M. .. SL'KliKKV AND 1ISCASK3 OF WOMEN. Office: No. 710 Kansas Ave. J. C. McClintock. A. M.. I. D. Frances Storrs. A. B.. M. D. MerMXTOt'K & SSTOKUH. rractice limited to SURGERY and DISEASES OF WOMEN, sad Kansas avenue. Oliiee hours, 3 to 4 p. in. TTR. MARY E. STEWART. --' ftA Harrison St., corner of 7th St. OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN. Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.. lito4p.m. Tele. 237. X DA C. BARNES. M. D. Office nd residence, 732 Kansas Avenue. Office Hours 9 a, ni. to 11 a. m .and a p. in. to 5 p. in. Phone 99. A r AGGIE U McCREA, M.D., xvJL Tel. 50. 732 1U A. ATI.VUI OFFlClt HOURS: Ii to 10 a, m-. 12:30 to 3 p.m.. :80 to 7:30 p.m. "IjlC EVA HARDING, 709 Kansas Avixcx Tele. 402. - TK J. K. MCLVANE U Special attention given to chroalo diseases. Office open aii hours. 600 Kas. An. Phone 82. L. A. RYDER, M. D. OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon street and Central ave.. North Topeka. Phone 211 Uses the Brinkerhoff system of Rectal treat ment, a successful and painless treatment lor pUes. fistula, nshure, ulceration, ato. O. H. HTJOHES. Sle1 N. Km. Ava. Banjo Specialist Instruction. Banjos, mnsie and struigs for sale. Ifo.835 Ho. 835 Now is tha time, and W. H. WOODV Hardwara Btora is tha plaoa to buy your POULTRY HETTI11G. Creates health, creates strength, cre ates vig:or: De Witt's Sarsaparilla. It recommends it9elf. J. K. Jonea. 82 call up th Peerless REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES. The Republicans of Shawnee county will hold a primary election under the Australian ballot system on Saturday, the loth day of June, ids, between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m., iu the city, and between the hours of 2 o'clock p. in. and 7 o'clock p. m. in the country, in accordance with the law gov erning primary elections and the Australian baUot. so far as moduied by the county central committee, as herein provided, to select candi dates for the following county offices: County attorney, probate Judge, clerk: of the district court and superintendent of public instruct tion. Hie voters shall express a preference for or against the Australian system of primaries. The voters will aiso elect central committee men from the various wards and precincts. The candidate receiving the highest number of votes cast at said primary election for the respective ofhees named, will be declared the nominees for said offices, to be voted for at the coming November election. The supervisors hereinafter named will take charge of the pods and make their returns to the secretary immediately after the counting of the ballots, with a certified polling sheet, show ing the names of persons receiving voces and the number of votes received by each, together wan the sealed ballots cast at said election, and the defective and unused ballots for said pre cinct. The following Is the name and location of each Toting precinct, with the name of the supervisor of elections for such precinct: Rossville townshipCity building. H. Kline. Silver Lake At Hollister's office, Riley Ayers. Menoken township Township hail, William Mead. Soldier precinct East Indlanola school house, J. B. Evans. Rochester precinct Township hall, D. L. But ton. Muddy precinct Bolles school house. Joseph Poiiom. Highland Park School bouse, G. E. Flanders. Oakland Moore's office, C. W. Whitmore. Potwin Alien's barn. T. F. Doran. Shunganunga Baughman's hall, F. R. Foster. Tecuuiseu G. A. R. hall, D. Ii. Thomas. Lynn Creek Disney's school house, IT. X Tevis. Monmouth precinct Lyon school house, G. M. Beard. Richland precinct Farnsworth's . store, B. Coyne. North Williamsport J. W. Stout's house, J. T. Uanna. South Williamsport School house, district No. 3, Geo. Neil. Auburn Township Auburn school house, A. W- Padgett. Kaw Precicnt Valencia school bouse, H. P. Baker. Dover Cary Snyder's store, W. M. tyttle. Willard Precinct Wiliard school house, W. M. Miller. North Mission "West side railway station, F. M. Cockrell. South Mission Grange hall, P. J. Spreng. l irst V ard h.ngine house, John Troutman. Second Ward East A., T. & S. F. it, R. Ross's store, John S. Mills. Second Ward West A.. T. & 8.F. R. R.. north of cemerof Fourth street, Jefferson street lire station, Ed. Hawes. Second Ward-rSouth center Fourth street, west A.. T. 61 S. F. 627 Quincy, Veale block, C. D. Watson. Third ward East of center line of Western avenue, Crouch's shoe store. C. S. Elliott. Third Ward West of center line of Western avenue, corner Eleventh and Clay streets. E. I. AIcKeever. Fourth Ward East of center line of Polk street. Ram s livery barn, Silas Rain. Fourth Ward West of center line of Polk street. Illck's row. Sixth and Western avenue, O. A. Fellows. Fifth Ward East of center line of Quincy street, Ragsdale's building, Dennis Hope. Filth Ward West of Quincy street. Lull's hall, J. M. Harr. The supervisors will have charge of the voting precincts and name and qualify the three judges and two clerks for their respective precincts. None but known Republicans shall vole at said election. The clerks of election boards are Instructed and required to record the name and residence of eaidi voter. Any voter wno cannot read English or is dis abled, shall, upon request.be assisted by two election officers appointed for that purpose who will mark his ballot as directed by the voter. No intoxicated person shall be entitled to assist ance in marking his ballot. Iu the absence of guard rails, the Judges of elections shall mark an imaginary rail with chulk or other mark, and shall prevent voters from approaching the booth except in voting, the same as required under the general election law of tu. s state. A judge of election shall be designated to mark his initials on each ballot as provided by the general law aud no other ballots shall be re ceived or counted. Any person desiring to have his name printed on the ticket. shall before the dth day of June, 1S94, notify the secretary, hi writing, of the office for which lie desires to become a candidate, together with his postffioce address. No person's name shall be printed on said ticket, unless he shall pay his assessment, as made by the 'executive commit tee, before the 9th day of June. 1894. The Central Committee will meet on Wednes day, June 20th, at 2 o'clock p. m., and canvass the returns. There shall be printed for each voting pre cinct, at least ten specimen ballots on paper of other color than white, for the inspection of vo ters; and at least two of said colored ballots shall be posted in ea,ch voting precinct. There shall be two cards, "Instructions to Voters," posted In or by each voting precinct. The ballots shall bo printed under the super Vision of the committee, and furnished to the su pervisors of election at least twelve hours before the opening of the polls. The ballots must all be counted and the re sult announced before the election board leaves the polling place. Persons desiring their names printed on the ticket to be voted for as central committeemen, shall notify the secretary before the 6th day of June, and pay their assessments before the 9th day of June. Aaron Jetmore, Chairman. C. T. Watson, Secretary Shawnee County Republican Central Committee. Representative and Commissioner Fri msrlu, Thero will also be held at the same time and at the places designated in the Second. Third and Fourth wards in the city of Topeka, the same comprising the Thirty-sixth representa tive district of Shawnee county, a primary elec tion to select a candidate to be voted for as rep resentative, and a candidate for couuty com missioner for said district, also for the selection of nine central committeemen for said district, three to be selected from each ward, said elec tion to be held in conjunction with the above mentioned county primary election, and the same officers will act as Judges, clerks and supervisor, aud a joint ballot will be used for lioth elections. The returns for both elections should be made on the same certificate and will lie forwarded to the secretary of the Shawnee county Republican central committee, and the f-aid district primary shall be governed . and held in all respects by the same rules and regu lations as those set forth above for the county primary election. A. K. RoiKiKRB. See. pro tem. F. H. Foster. Secretary Republican Cencral Committee for the th Representative District. Worrao You have your troubles, but w have the remedy. We know this because Ladies who use Viavi tell us so. If you are not fully convinced of its merits, ask some of your friends about It. Some of them, probably, have used it. We are willing: to stand or fall on the testimony of ladies who have used ViavL You should profit bj their experience. Doiyt Rusb blindly into it. Inform yourself fully. "Be sure you are right then eo ahead." Kansas Vlavv! Co., S Columbian Building. TOPEKA. KANSAS. Heme OfRca ana1 Laboratory. San f rmncisco, CaL Gone "Mamma." Fretfully the golden head tossed npon the pillow. Vainly the great, bearded man sought to soothe the child to slumber. "Mamma." The man sat silent in the darkness, and a tear crept down his cheek. ' ""Mamma." He rose and gazed from the window Into the dimly lighted street. The bouse seemed oppressively silent "Mamma." "Child, child" He waa bending low over the bed now. "don't make this society racket any worse than necessary." Glancing at his watch, he estimated with a sigh that the dance programme had prob ably proceeded no further than the York. Detroit Tribune. Satisfactory Evidence "Jim told me to give him some signal If father was In the house. This ought to sat isfy him. I guess he knows what this means." Life. Said In Fan. If a man gets up when the day breaks, can he be said to have a whole day before him? Minneapolis Times. A Cincinnati preacher says be is tired of a republic and "wants a king." A great deal of money is lost here every night just in that way. Chicago Dispatch. "Hello, Hurdle! Did you lose anything at the races this spring?" Hurdle Not a cent. You see, I borrowed all that I bet. Chicago Inter Ocean. When a girl is kissed, 6he closes her eyes; thus a kiss is considered out of sight. Adams Freeman. "You pretend to say you are pleased with your daughter's writing when you admit that you can't make out a dozen words in her letter?" Father- Certainly, my dear madam. Now I never know when she writes for more money. Chicago Inter Ocean. Editor- I want an article written on "How to Make Poultry Pay." Contributor Well, you'd better ask the man who does the fish ing stories then. He's the best liar on the staff. Ally Slopers. A cheap summer trip on a banana skin. Philadelphia Record. Whenever the thermometer shows evi dences of trying to get up in the world, then all creation acts as if they are warm about it. Chicago Inter Ocean. The human race is increasing at the rate of SOfOOO.OCO yearly, and Etill every new fa ther thinks that his one is worth all the other 29,999,999 put together. Somerville Journal. It hardly pays wasting your time telling a boy what you did when you were his age. He would rather pass the time telling you what he is going to do when he becomes a man. lioston Transcript. , ."llest and change are good for people," said the wife as fete rose in the night to rifle her husband's pockets. "I've had a rest, and now I think I'll have a little change." Buffalo Courier. No man ever complains that a woman talks too much when she's a girl and he's engaged to her. Somerville Journal. Help. The waters of Beck bay broke into myri ad ripples at the magic touch of the breeze, and thd cranberries on Cape Cod glinted in the sunlight. "I fear," the maiden mused, "I do not understand myself." The suitor who had come from afar to Beek her hand smiled. "Permit me," he remarked, "to assist you." Saying which he produced from his port manteau a dictionary of the English lan guage in 86 volumes. Truth. A Mother's Natural Pride. "Look here, now," exclaimed the old hen to her brood. "If I catch any of you play ing with any of those artificial brats next door, I'll wring your necks for you. I've got some pride, I have, and I don't ever want to be humiliated by seeing a child of mine hobnobbing with the offspring of a wooden legged incubator." Pearson's Weekly. A New Name For Them. Strawber You look as though you had sat up late last night. Singerly I did. And one of the fairest flowers of womanhood promised to be mine. Strawber I see. And so those rings un der your eyes are engagement rings. New York World. Ileal Horrid. "That horrid Mrs. Dodgel I'll never speak to her aeain if I can help it." He What did she do? "I told her I thought my last pictures made me look much younger than I am, and she said, 'Yes; no one would take you for more than 35.' " Chicago Inter Ocean. A Plain Tale. "Where shall I put this patent medicine advertisement t" "Under the poetry." "What's that for?" "Read the poem, get sick, take the medi cine all serene. Saw the ad in our paper!" Atlanta Constitution. Industry. "Why don't you work for your living?" said the blunt young man. "Work fob. me livingl" exclaimed Cbawles. "Gweat heavens! Don't I? Fa thaw is so careless I have to write him at least twice a week f oh spending money." Washington Star. How He Got Even. Wool The woman ahead of me at the play had on a hat as big as a kite, Lut it didn't bother me very often. Van Pelt What did you do? Wool Every time it hid my view I gave her husband's silk dicer a kick. New York Worlds Not Tet Ready to Croa.lt. Motherly Frog Child, you don't seem well to-day. Tadpole That's getting to be an old tale with me, mother, but I'll soon be on my feet. Chicago Record. Has Ita XT sea. He There's no place like home, after alL She Then you do appreciate your home? He Of coarse I do. 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It ia the only positive Hair j Keaewer on me uiarneu ii nuuiuiaius the Hair follicles and gives the hair a soft, luxuriant, youthful appearance. Sold and warranted by W. Ii. Keunady, Fourth and Kansas avenue. Yellow, Dried Up and Wrinltled. Is this the way your face looks? If so; try Beggs' Blood Purifier . and Blood Maker. It not only purifies the blood, but renews it, and gives your face a bright youthful appearance. Sold and warran ted by W. K. Kennady, 4th and Kas. Ave Brest' ZiiUtle Uiant Pll I s Are the most complete pill on the mar ket, besides being the cheapest, as one pill ia a dose, and forty doses in each bottle. Every pill guaranteed to give satisfaction by W. Ii. Kennady, 4th and Kas. Ave. Pure blood means good health. Re-in-force it with De Witt's Sarsaparilla. It purines the blood, cures Eruptions, Ec zema, Scrofula and all diseases arising from impure blood. It recommends it self, J. K. Jonea. Omaha, Neb.. May 5, 1891. To Whom it May Concern: I have suffered for years with neural gic headache and Krause's Headache Capslues is the only remedy that has done me any good. Would recommend them to all similarly affected. Cbas. Pabsot, 716 N. 16th street Sold by all druggists. For Hoarseness, Chronic Bore Throat, Bronchitis a Ad severe throat troubles, Cubeb Cough Cure is always sure. The active principle of Cubeb cannot be gain said. All druggists and physicians will testify to its healing properties and suc cessful action on the mucous membrane. Sold by Rowley Bros. De Witt's Sarsaparilla Is prepared for cleansing the blood from .Impurities and disease. It does this and mora It builds up and strengthens constitutions impared by disease. It recommends itself. J. K. Jones. aVfflv MACHINE WORKS, iiiiiiiiirrn mm. minimum TOPEKA STEAM LAUNDRY. Xargest and most complete tJae State. in oonneo v v tion wrier A C7 jlUAA Vim m mm f . I" mm Phone 153. 625 Jackson St. class riAWO poushm and musical Instruments, furniture, etc mmm bros. Shorthand and Typewriting. L. H. STRICKLER. SSI and 523 Uuincf at., X'upalta,, KtMU, SOLID THROUGH TRAINS I' It O 31 Kansas Cilp St. Joseph TO ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, 05I3HI, PEOBIi, ST.PAULjmiHEAPOLIS ORT.T OKI CHAKOS Of CAM TO TUM Atlantic Coast IBI BEST LIX rOB ITew York, Philadelphia, Booton, Washington. AMD A IX. rOIKTS HORTHand EAST. I D. O. IVES, nar Agent, 8ft. VIIEWOOD AHD HIGHLAND PARK STREET RAILWAY. Trains will leave Monroe Street Station waelc days for Vlnewood aa follown: 6:40,9:19, 11:61, 1:60, 8:07, 4:24. K:41. Trains will leave Vinewood for Monroe itreet nt 7:25. 9:&9, VJ-.31). 2:30. 8:47, 6:04. :24. kVNUAV T11AIN4. Iave Monroe street 8:02, 9:19, 10:36, 11:51, 1:60, 8:07. 4:24. 5:41. Leave Vinewood 8:42, 9:50, 11:18, 12:80, 2:80, 8:47. 6:04. 6:24. Extra Sunday trains will be run accord Inn to company orders. 1'ocket edition Uma table wii be ikaued In near 1 uluia. HIRAM HULSE, FLORIST Corner EJmwood and Willow Avsause, Potwin Place, TOPEKA, KANSAS. Grows and sells plants. Makes a ape etaltv of cut flowers. Does all kinds t floral work in a first-class mannas. For tlie Ladies. Have you handsome paper and envelopes fee correspondence? lid you ever try flake put op in neat boxes White Kate, Cliiuoi akin aud Velvet brands, ruled and unruled? r-rgtBeautifui French and Crepe Tissue, all td colors, for shades, ornaments, ato. J. K. JONESeD?; kasTavE DinHEY'8 CatarrhPofidr JJielieves Catarrh and Cold in tn Head Instantly by Noises at ESS. Cktmra. Trial treatment or lampl, free Bold by curusciata. OJa . ARCHITECT. JOSEPH MARSHALL. xVrchitect and Superintendent, lOOA KANSAS AVE3C UK. It cures blood and skin disorders. It does this quickly and permanently. Is there any g-ood reason why you should not use De Witt's SarsaparUlaf It roco mends itself. J. K. Jones. iRtv da IR3 S f j on Bppxicauon .... Cli rmm UmstA rm m"v .