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7 1 RENTS! SITUATIONS! REAL ESTATE I AUCTION SALES! & OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS. Thk Topkka Svats Jocbjtai. guarantees, every day u is prinu.i. to giva a local circula tion more than double that of any other Tope ka paper, and by f.ir More than all OtdM llic Cmnblnl. This makes this papet the rliear .est. as well as the nest da!ly advertia meoium in Toptka. the claUied advertise Suents below costing but FIVE CENTS A LINE, r 20 cents a tins for a week; 50 cents by the month. t.'ity circulation freryday exceed 6,000 tons circulation over s,t. Sworn derailed statements of circulation pr aeur-. on application. H-1 an ana see ant attemoon Deiwn ura 6. the han.l.oraet. fastest, most perfect piece of prinUuir tniclimery in kausas aweb I'erfocl" ing pres;, wnin prints irom iwo m uow w, pinto -va.-e payers a second. SITUATIONS WANTED FREE. Aro you In need of work? If so. you are at llritrtv to use tli"e columns rnr asxiMiauce in that direcrion. Wh.le this notice appears the hiATK .Iochval will Liuohsh froo oq aCi:rday, M..u,l..v kuil TuBktl lv . (or Toooka or Km4 people, alt notices ol "Situations Wanted," nt vcMfiini tiv linn, or thirtv-lirs words, in leiiitU. i'rovided that all advertisements of this nature are handed in previous to ten o'clock satur.iav imiruiQjr: also ou Wednes day. Tli ur-.iiav and Fridav. all advertising of this class lianded in by teu o'clock. Wednesday tuormii?. 'o aUvertissmonH of this nature to be started exce; t on Saturday and Wednesdays. oou-llt-Li..n in tnriirre.l nn tne Dart of the advertis er. No worthy and nee.ly man or woman need hesitate to take advantage of this oiler. No on In business cr havintr employment !s expected to take advantage of it, but ail others invited to .Tail themselves ireeiy. WANTED SITUATIONS. VANTtl) Situation by a yonnir man in a general fur.. iture a:id undertaking estab- lishuifiit; ; varsf viK-riuce. Relereuce. Ad dress L). D. Bugli. Kiiiiunau. Kas. n'A.N 1 Ki Position by a young .lady to as sist m fjeneral house keeping. Address f-iiiina Met all, care Jourual. WANTED HELP. lAMhl)-(iood dimnir room and kitchen pirls (white) southeast comer Eight and ytiincy. A A XTKD A competent white girl for gen- " erai House worn. Apply at once, 010 west xeutn.. TANTKD A good girl In a candy store. 724 AY rAN'IKI Y'ounK white tirl in family, ap ply at yo, .viorns ave. AV TAMFIMInod kitchen girl, southeast cor ner sm ana wuiricy. WANTED M ISC ELL AN EOUS. AV AT1-.D All who wish to make up grade stuuies to atteuu l oiiu s summer school. "ll'AM Kb To rent a neat six or seven room house in western part of the city, with grounds, shade and carriage house, now or iu the near future, for permanent occupation, 917 Aladison. "VrANTED To exchange a first class driving - norse. rour years 01 age, sound and Kind, for first class single harness. Inquire at Green iu;u 10.. mii ivausas ave. VrA.JT'li' You to know that we clean and and press whom gents' suits for 1.7j: pants, 50C; coats, 75c; vests, 50c. Color and press suits tor sa.ou: pants, $l.oo; coats, $1.50; vests, roc. Ail work guaranteed. We want iour cast oil clothing; pay cash for them. A .itten, 112 fast Second st., 'i'opoka. A flee. AMKD Good room, with board in dH- vate family. Address Vinton, Journal of- AV 'ANTED Gasoline stoves cleaned for $1.00 nun siote repair company, lie ii. sin AVAM'Ki) Sewing; those wishing children clothes made ami summer dresses, to call at li Tyler st, up stairs. .First class work. I. M. Doty. AV 'A NTH J A few day or week boarders witti p.Uv. it .....;... i r - ... . . , wm a. UC31I OU. XUUlTO Ol-ft -J21CK.SOL1 St. AV AN TED Gasoline stoves shop; 810 Kansas avenue. to repair at G. G. Jee, AV AN 1 ED Some small Simon Greens pau. real estate loans. AY .7" ANTED Watches, clock and iinihrallii .via ai i4i aduis ave., upstairs. WrA:NTA1 To move. STOliik or ship bouse w hoid goods, freight, etc. SAI.V Hi SllN.MtK, 123 E. etu St.. MERCHA.NJS' litANjEElt Si SIOKAUE CO. AY a. i ei Oh! you never beard of tin ware Bociieap. Kiverside store. iSJ Kansas ave. AY TA.$Xk,U Vou logo to tiie lCiversiUo ktoia ll(i ikVCk Willi L FOR RENT-HOUSES. l",iK IiK"T Kurnislied house of five rooms, -- barn, well and cistru water, southwest cor ner oi loin and layior sts. IO K KENT Five room house 1017 Kansas ave. Imjuire at HO Monroe. 1,Mi; liKM-five room house. Inquire 417 Jefferson. IM liENr -'ce house, bath and stable. 1 nos. s. Lyou. Kansas ave. IUlt li EN 1 A good fcix roomuoiua. oi Dr. Kodt. us West ten sc. lniuird FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. "Ali SALE one Drst class family inUch cow -"- at 613 Westeruave. 1,'OR SALE-Mjr young Coriander mare: aunt -- ot the lastest yearling m America. A gmnl traveler. l:a sed by I. N. Davis, of Davis jt bheets, A. Bergen. 116 West bin st. 1" K t.A1'E Horses; several eleven to thir-- '"n hunured jouuds. general work horses: some nine to eleven liua ir.-d jniund driving and an purjH.se iiorses; one or two riding ponies, and &om) goou useful niares very cheap. E. J. American oaiik.. North Xopeaa. VOK SALE At the Topeka Vinegar Works - krooil Hrrv rnuk 1 . . . Uti SALE No BOW 6 jo. luverside hiore. 7ii Kansas ave. l,""OR SALE Short time loans at U percent interest. Sitnon Grrtn-ii.:.n vn. n. r. a i. estate or reutal property see Benedict Co.. boi Kansas are. IOR tAI.K-Gilt ede nrsc mortirages. 7. , a. - 10 per ceoL Biiuou Graeopau. FOR RENT-ROOMS. rent wXTnT-TrxrcrTrrrf ' I , , ,. . " " iu'uuucu vr U1UUXU1SU- ed. 118 W est sixth st. 1 ii Ji,t h;ilwo mcoly furnished rooms for n7,iK 1 1 1 keeping. Kent very low. Call now. Close to the avenue. aii East 8th. IOK KENT Two connecting rooms south ex--- posuxe electric light, bath. 716 Topoka ave. TOR KENT The room at813 Kansas ayenue rr p u .V""0' KrowQ. with room tiJn v of hgt rmen pnutiu office. X7?t?ilFiTJ;0,?', unlshed front room down iil'lfi f l CUreo upfujnished rooms for It. , b?ae keepiug; aLso four room house for reut. inquire au Monroe eu ianUSulKfPUriK -.W:lj LOST AND FOUND. 1' ?m t7ZF& Place to have plumbing done.j Alien. 80s Kuui i r oir " Alien. 80s Kansas ave. ORAE-RAjETJJE C'OB KENT OH SALE Desirable houses In - Oakland. Jr. C. Moore, room i, 420 Kan- are. X70B SALE Choice suburban tracts of 5 acres A- or more, adjoining the city on the west, at prices ranging from $li to $t73 par acre. One third cash. W. U. Forbes, bole Agent. MISCELLANEOUS. rPW() yoiinu trentlemen or trentleman and -f- wife with no children, can find pleasant fur- insiieu room, witn ooard 11 aesireu, in private family. In good neighborhood, by addressing xi duurum ouice. VOTICE Parties wishing a first class article of fresh milk or sweet cream can secure the same by addressing a postal card to John G. Kjmt, ooa. it. xopeKa, Kan. T iO EXCHANGE A horse for a road wagon or ouggy. x j. small. Norm lopeKa. IOK liENT A crrocerv sfr and meat mar- A- ket. a No. 1 location, southwest corner of 10th anu .vionroe sc. rpHoKOUGHBKED jersey and thoroughbred -- holstein bulls at l'L-9 Lane street, near cvr ner of lluutoon "I T ARN ESS AND REPAIR WORK. Harness and shoe shop; patent leather polish for filKtrv r..ii- pen-jir; ... ..11 lufii.. gooas; snoes nau soieu lorty cents. K. X. tea erson. 118!i West Sixth street. I.OR SEii ICE A renistered Holstein bull A- from Cheney herd at the Fair Grounds, be- leen tue east ami west gate. IOR EXCHANGE A fine farm and city resi dence at Wellington, Sinuaar county, three miles apart, for iojieka residence. John Murray, 15 Kansas ave. C?i to Jir,.00 per day at home selling Nichtuins 1'iater. and nlatin' iewel in ry. watches, tableware, etc Every house has goo Is need iiir plating. No exjierieiice: no cap- nai; uu laikiiij;. suine agents are making a day. 1'erinaiient position. Address H. K. Delno .V Co., Columbus, Ohio. M. n. w ard, a. m., m. d 717 Kansas Avbstb. Honrs; 5 to p. m. Private hospital for women 3ja Greenwood avenue. IKACT1CAL PIANO TUNER Years of fao A tory experience. S. Tracy, 701 Kansas ave. "VVrLLLI AM DW1GHT CHURCH Analytical and Metallurgical Chemist and Assayer. Examination of mineral deposits and mines. Ollices: Denver, G010., 1'rescott, Ari.a. 31 KS. E. K. LILLY, nurse, can be found at 11J3 West Sixth street. DENTISTRY. f EO. P. ASHTON, D.D. S.. " DENTIST. N. W. corner Eighth and Kansas avenues, Topeka, Kansas. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I AM a candidate for probate Judge, subject to the Republican primaries. Kindly re member me. John L. Gut. AM a candidate for the nomination for Pro bate Judge before the Republican primaries. G. N. Elliott. ' am a candidate for Probate Judge, subject to the .Republican primaries. Islh. Thomas H. Baik. TE are authorized to announce that Aaron P. Jetmore is a candidate for the ofHee of County Acioruoy. 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. HEREBY announce myself for second term as county attorney. H. C. safioud. AM acandldato Ibr clerk of the district Court. A. F. CHBBKKlf. I TALE RITCHIE, candidate for clerk of the -A-a. district court, subject to the Republican primaries. iAM a candidate for clerk of the district court subject to the decision of the Republican pri maries. E. M. CoCKUKl-L.. Dr. A. M. Callahan is a candidate for clerk of district court, suojeot to the .Republican nom ination, ldtHL 'po THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS of Shaw--- nee County: I will be a candidate for the office of clerk of the district court of Shawnee county, at the Republican primaries this spring. 1 have lived in Kansas all my life, always worked zealously for tne success of the Repub lican party, and have never b.nore beea a can didate for ohce. if chosen for this responsible position, I promise the most e-Hcient and faith tul attention to the duties of the omce. H. J. Adams, Attorney, 111 East Eighth St.. Topeka. GEORGE NEAL Is a candidate for the legis lature from the 37th or southern district of Shawnee county, subject to the Kepubllcan pri maries, - I would like the support of the Republicans of the Second. Third and Fourth wards for the office of county commissioner next Saturday. T. P. ROlXiEKS. I AM a candidate for re-election to the office of county superintendent, subject to the Re publican primary, June 16. W. H. Wright. I ANNOUNCE myself as a candidate for the ollice of Probate Judtre. subiect to the de cision of the Republican voters and the Repub lican primary. eowin a. Austin. IAM a candidate for 'robate Judge, subject to the decision of the Republicans of Shaw nee county. J. G. Wood, AM a candidate for nomination before the Republican primaries for Probate Judge. K. H. C. Seakli. IAM a candidate for Probate Judge, subject, of course, to a nomination on the Republican county ticket. G. W. Cabi. SURGEONS K. D. B. eases. Colcord, Kidney aud Pelvics dis 7'5 Kansas avenue. R. G. A. hill. Ofiice 9O0 East Fourth Street. HENRY W. KOBY, M. D. SUHGEOX. IvfEKA, kAXSAS. SE. SHELDON. M. D.. SUKUKRV AND LMSEASK3 OF WOJUS. Office: No. 7w Kansas Ave. C. McCliutock, A. M.. M. D. Frances Storrs. A. B.. M. D. MfCLKTOCK A HTORBH. Practice limited to SURGERY and DISEASE3 OF WOMEN. Uti Kansas avenue, onlce hours, 3 to 4 p. 111. .- T It. MARY E. STEWART. &s Harrison St., corner of 7th St. OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN. Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.. 8 to 4 p. m. Tele. 237. DA C BARNES, M. D. Office and residence, 732 Kansas Avenue. Office Hours 9 a, m. to 11 a. m .and a p. in. to 6 p. in. Phone W. MAGGIE L. McCRE A.. M. III. SO. 74il KAJfdAS AVKXCB. orricK Hotma: to 10 a. 12:30 to 1 p. m-. 6:80 to 7:80 p.m. JJR. EVA H ARDLNG. 709 Kavbas Avixue Tele. 402. " R. J. K. MULVANE mJ boecial attention eiven to chronlo diseases. oaioe open all hours. 600 Kas. Are. Phone 83. L. A. RYDER, M. D. . OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon street and Central ave.. North Topeka. Phone 214. Uses the BnnkThotl system of Rectal treat ment, a successful and painless treatment for piles, hstuia, fisbure. ulceration, etc. TRAVELERS. . YOU C1VI0T LOSE MOIST If yon carry AMERICAN' EXPRESS COIPAHI TRAVELERS CIIEQTJE3 Worth their face value anvwhere In tha worLd- Faid without personal identification. l'l-iuclpa.! Office of Co., && liroadwaf, N. X. REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES. The Republicans of Shawnee county will hold a primary election under the Australian ballot system ou Saturday, the 16th day of June, lsiH, between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. in., in the city, and between the hours of 2 o'clock p. m. and 7 o'clock p. m. in the country, in accordance with the law gov erning primary elections and the Australian ballot, so far as modified by the county central committee, as herein provided, to select candi dates for the following county offices: County attorney, probate Judge, cierk of the district court and superintendent of public instruct tion. The voters shall express s preference for or against the Australian system of primaries. The voters-will also elect central committee men from the various wards and precincts. The candidate receiving the highest number of voles cast at said primary election for the respective offices named, win be declared the nominees for said oihoes, to be Toted for at the coming November election. The supervisors hereinafter named will take charge of the polls and make their returns to the secretary Immediately after the counting of the ballots, with a certified polling sheet, show ing the names of pefkous receiving votes and the number of votes received by each, together with the sealed ballots cast at said election, aud the defective anu unused ballots for said pre omcl. The following is the name and location of each voting precinet. with the name of the supervisor of elections for such precinci: llossvuie township City building. H. Kline. Silver Lake At IloLUster's office. Kiley Ayers. Menoken township Township hail. William Mead. Soldier precinct East Indlanola school house, J. H. Evans. Rochester precinct Township hall, D. L. But ton. Muddy precinct Bolles school house, Joseph Poiioiu. Highland Park School house, G. E. Flanders. Oakland Moore's office. C. W. Whitmore. Potwm Alien's barn. T. F. Doran. Shunganunga Baughman's hall, F. R. Foster. Teciimseh G. A. R. hall, D. H. Thomas. Lynn Creek Disney's school house, X. "L. Tevis. ' Monmouth precinct Lyon school house, G. M. Beard. Richland precinct Farnsworth's store, B. Coyne. North Williamsuort J. W. Stout's house. J. T. Hanna. South Williamsport School house, district Jo. 3, Geo. Neil. Auburn Township Auburn school house, A. W- Padgett. Kaw Preclcnt Valencia school house, H. P. BaKer. Dover Cary Snyder's store, W. M. Lyttle. Willard Precinct WiUard school house, W. M. Miller. North Mission West side railway station, F. M. Cockrell. South Mission Grange hall, P. J. Spreng. First Ward Engine house, John Troutman. Second Ward East A., T. & S. F. E, K. Ross's store, John S. Mills. Second Ward West A.. T. & S.F. R. K., north of center of Fourth street, JeHerson street lire station. Ed. Hawes. second Ward South center Fourth street, west A.. T. & s. F. 67 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, K. It. McKeever. t ourth W ard East of center line of Folk street. Rain's livery barn, Silas Rain. Fourth Ward West of center line of Polk street. Hick's row. Sixth and Western avenue. C. A. Fellows. Fifth w ard East of center line of Quincy street. Ragsdale's building, Dennis Hope. Filth ard West of Ouincv 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 vote at said election. 1 he clerks of election boards are instructed and required to record the name and residence of each voter. Any voter who 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. In the absence of euard rails, the ludees of elections shall mark an imaginary rail with chalk or other mark, and shall prevent voters from approaching the booth except in voting, the same as required under the general election law of this state. A judge of election shall be designated to mark his initials on each ballot as provided by the general law and no other ballots shall be re ceived or counted. Anv person deslrine- to have his name printed on the ticket. shall before tiie 6th day of June. 1894. notify the secretary, in writing, of the office for which he desires to become a candidate, together with his posimoce auuress. .o person s name snail be printed on said ticket, unless he shall pay his assessment, as made by the executive commit tee, before the 9th day of June, lifc4. The Central Committee will meet on Wednes day, June L'oih, at 2 o'clock p. in., and canvass the returns. There shall be orlnted for each votlntr nrn. clnct, at least ten specimen ballots on paper of other color than white, for the inspection of vo ters; anu at lease two 01 said colored ballots shall be posted in each voting precinct. There shall be two cards. Instnicfiona tn Voters," posted In or by each voting precinct. The ballots shall be Drinted under the smier- vlsion of the committee, and furnished to the su pervisors of election at least twelve hours before tne opening 01 tne pons. Tiie ballots must all be counted and rh re sult announced before the election board leaves the polling place. Persons desiring their names printed on the ticket to be VOiftil for hm fonrral inmmiMium.n shall notify the secretary before the eth day of June, and pay their assessments before the 9th day of J une. aaron jetmore. Chairman. C. D. WATSON. Secretary Khxwnen fjinnhr Republican Central Committee. Representative and CoiniuUiioasr marl eft. Prl- There will also be held at the sama timn 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 bo voted for as rep resentative, and a candidate for eountv cm. inissUmcr tor said district, also lor the selection of nine central coininitu-emeu for said district. uiiee vo uo seiecieu 110m eai u ward, said elec tion to be held in conjunction with the above mentioned county primary election, and the same officers win act as judges, clerks and supervisor, and a joint ballot will be used for. both elections. The returns for both elections should be made on the same certificate and will be forwarded to the secretary of the shawneo county Republican central committee, aud the said district primary shall be governed and held in all res 1 -eels by the same rules aud regu lations as those set forth above for the county primary election. A. K. RorxiERs. Sec. pro tern. F. H. Foster, Secretary Republican Central Oonimittee for the 3oth Representative District. V orrjarj You have your troubles, but vr have the remedy. We know thi because ladies who us 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 the testimony of ladies who have used ViavL You should profit by their experience. Doo't Rosb blindly Into fully. "Be It. Iaform yourself sure you art rizhik Kansas Viavl Co., S CeJaaatea BaJIdtsg. TOPEKA, KANSAS. Haae Office ud lbratory. San Francisco, Cai. RS. CARMICHAEL. BANKS wm re clining' in the most comfortable deck chair to be found on the wide white deck of the Penwahr, looking ont over the blue Mediterr mean. Mrs. Carmichael- Banks' fine eyes wore that pecu liarly half - sad, half-wistful look which long experi ence had taught her was the most fatal with the other Bex; her particu larly small and plump rig-fat hand, heavily jeweled, rested upon the wicker arm of the chair in which she sat, within a few inches of the nose of old Lord Bethune, who, on an ad jacent camp stool of small dimen sions, was trying to appear as grace ful and happy as the possession of that rickety seat of honor and a gouty foot would permit. Mrs. Carmichael-Banks was a bold and clever woman, and at this partic ular moment, a happy woman. She had contrived by dint of consid erable scheming1 and tactful hint- dropping to secure an entry some few weeks since into that select circle now gathered on the Penwahr. Lady Victoria Huntley had raised her gla'sses to the bridge of her aristo cratic nose, with a slight start of sur prise when Mrs. Carmichael-Banks had first appeared on board; other mem bers of the party had inquired con cerning her of each other and had shrugged shapely they spoke of her. michael-Banks had shoulders when But Mrs. Car passed among them with her winning smile, and the suspicion of a malicious glance in her laughing eyes, and had audacious ly stepped into a position on board the Penwahr to which no other woman there dared aspire. She had committed that day one further social sin, in the shape of a further success; she had captured the heart of old Lord Bethune or that portion of his aged anatomy, which had come, in the course of time, to re place the youthful seat of his affec tions and the gouty peer declared himself. With that artlessness bora of a naturally childlike and innocent mind Mrs. Carmichael-Banks had been much surprised had even de clared that her heart was forever buried in the grave which hid the mortal remains of the late Mr. Carmichael-Banks. Lord Bethune had, however, prose cuted his suit with that ardor which generally characterizes a man, be he young or old, under similar circum stances, and Mrs. Carmichael-Banks had at las sighed softly and smiled npon him, and consented to grace the declining years of his lif ana so she mentally vowed to herself do battle with the horde of impecunious rela tives who kept keen eyes upon the old peer's money. "Leonie." Mrs. Carmichael-Banks started slightly and shook herself out of a reverie and glanced round. She sat alone in the deck chair. Lord Bethune had gone below, the other passengers had wandered away, and were scattered about in various parts of the vesseL It had grown darker, while she sat and brooded, and the blue sea and blue sky were fading rapidly into one, and the stars were breaking through, like tiny bril liant eyes, above her. Near her, lounging over the taffrail, was a sailor one of the men employed on the Penwahr doing something with a rope. 'Leonie will you speak to me or must I speak louder?" "GO BACK! COM VICT. The sailor had turned his head slightly and was looking at her. She leaned forward and gazed at him for a long moment, with her lips apart and the hand upon the forehead pressing back the bright curls that rested there. When she spoke at last the word broke from her lips with a gasp, even though she spoke bolow her breath. "Dacre!" "Ah! I thought you'd recognize me when you looked closer. It's some years since we met, you know, and memory plays strange pranks. For give my standing here I dare not come nearer someene might see us. How well you look. Have you no word for me?" "I I thought you were dead Dacre. She shuddered slightly as she spoke. "AhJ or wished is, X suppose. No inch luek for me, or for you either, oiy dear wife." "Where have you been? How do yon ;ome here?" she panted, still leaning toward him, with the same horror stricken eagerness. "Where have I been? Yon know well. Sent abroad, for the period of my natural existence, at the expense of my country. ' Was fool enough to endeavor to imitate' another man's caligrapby, and had the additional audacity to shed a fellow creature's blood." "Oh! hush hush." "The latter crime" he went on. without heeding her "was made to read, by the adroitness of a singularly clever man of the law manslaughter, or my existence might have termini a ted somewhat abruptly." "But I got away from them all es caped and came back to find yon. Ah! God" he had moved swiftly to her side, nnder cover of the gathering darkness, and dropped upon a pile of rope beside her chair. "No, no! don't move don't start away like that, as though some reptile had touched you, or I will shout out here all the shame ful thing and let all the fine . birds among whom you have found a nest know ah! forgive me, I am mad some times, and do not know what I say. I did not mean to frighten you, Leonie." There was a pause, during which Mrs. Carmichael - Banks looked straight before her, with dry, hard eyes and rigid features, at the blue Mediterranean, and the man at her side looked up at her wistfully, and tried to catch a glimpse of the proud face. 'Leonie have you no word for me, after all these weary years?" he asked at last, brokenly, still looking at her. "What can I say?" she murmured slowly. "Leonie, he cried passionately gripping her white arm as it rested upon the chair. "X lived for you I sinned for you. 'Twas ft your own sake, you know, that I fo.ed Lyall's name you tempted me to do it, and the money gave you that first step on the road to ease and luxury, you ap pear to have trod so well since. Then he traded on the knowledge you both duped me, in fact poor, blind fool that I was your names were linked together, and I found him in your room and you know the rest. His friends took the forgery up after ward, and said that the endeavor to conceal it was the motive of the mur der, I let them think so I would not have your name dragged in. "Great heaven!" he cried, raising his haggard face to the stars, "I have deserved a better fate!" He bowed his'head on his bands and murmured broken words as he crouched there at her side. The woman's face did not change as she (razed still stonily before her. "Well," she said at last, "what would you have? What do you want?" "I want you; I want your love," he murmured passionately. "I forget all else I remember only that you are mine, and that I love you. Let us go away somewhere, where we can never be known, and let us for-g-et all the old life all the .old sor row and begin something better. Let me recall some of my old dreams, with my darling to inspire them. Let us forget all the old, wild, restless ambition you had to be rich and pow erful there is no happiness that way, Leonie will you?" "It is absolutely impossible. I have been mad to listen so long to the reci tal of imaginary woes on the part of a being with whom I have nothing in common, and who recklessly brought those woes upon himself. Your wisest course is to give yourself up to the au thorities." She had risen as she spoke, and swept slowly and gracefully away from the crouching figure by the chair. The man started to his feet and moved after her. She stopped and turned toward him and let her scornful eyes rest fully npon his, for the first time since she had recognized him. "What do you want?" "I want you my wife and I will have you, if I rouse the whole ship- by God I will!" You are mistaken I have no part nor lot with you now. Follow me one further step and I will rouse the ship!" " ou what could you say?" She laughed quietly and swayed for an instant nearer to 'him. "I would tell them that you were an escaped felon, and get them to - place you once again in the clutches of the law. Say what you might, what weight could your word have against mine a woman of position, with pow erful friends, and the ability if you will, to lie with a skill taught by long experience." "Leonie have some mercy I " "Go back convict!" He crawled back slowly, and she returned to the deck chair and seated herself again. She wanted time to think. How long her reverie had lasted she did not know, but she was aroused by a splash in the quiet water. She sprang up and moved quickly to the side of the yacht, and leaned eagerly over the taffrail, with an eagerness the motive for which she could scarce ly have defined. Down there, strug gling as a swimmer might, to let the bright waters close forever over his head, was a man with his face turned upward toward her own. And she watched him with a strange fascina tion watched him go down tor the last time. As the struggling man disappeared a hand was laid upon her arm. "Ah! how you startled me!" "I am so sorry," murmured her fiance. "What were you looking at down there?" "Nothing I was . only thinking, and and waiting for you. Take me down below, please lam very tired. THE SAITA rS EOUTE. TKAIK3 XO KUDK ON. Is effect o and after 19. WE8TBOUND. Leave Kansas City. Arrive Topeka. Leave Topeka. Trains. "Wlch.. Kingman rratt local . . 113 113 6 s 8:15 am 8 IS am 9:80 am 1:40 pm 1:5 pin 4. so pm 0:20 pm 10:35 am 1Q:;0 am Ok lahoma & Texas local 10:5 am 10:40 am 11:30 amUl:6U am Pen. Si Tex. Lim California Lim . S:5 pm 8:tS v 8.-40 pm B.F.aiiraoEx Kansas City & 1 109 lopeaa Plug. Colorado J" Igh Express Van. & B. Aco Ex. Sunday. . :40 pm 11:85 pm 11:45 pm 7:80 are 153 Between Kansas City and Topeka only. EASTBOUND. TUT Arrive l,oave Arrive Kantian City. Trains, .Topeka. Topeka. K. C. Local Columbian Lim. Chicago Vesti bule Lim Atlantic Express Missouri River Night Ex 114 4 1:50 pm, 2:20 pm 6:10 am 2:00 pm 8:40 piu 5:08 pitl 4:'iS pm 6:OU pia 7:18 pm 7:30 am 7:00 am 0:10 a 4:25 am 4:35 am Topeka andl Kansas City plug Man. & B. Acc. Ex. Hunday... 7:80 am 9:40 am . ........ 8:00 pm 'Between Kansas City and Topeka only. ATCHISON ANL ST. JOSKFH. rr.ina Leave Leave Arrive , 1 rains. -st. Joe. Atchis'n Topeka. Pacific, Mexico & Texas Ex press 105 8:80 am 8:20 am 11:20 am Colorado Might Kxpresn 107 8:40 pm 9:30 pm 11:26 pm Leave Arrive 'Arrive Touka. AtchU'n Ht. Joe. St.' Joe Morning Express 108 5:15 am 7:15 am 8:05 am Et. Jee Evening Express 106) 6:05 pm 7iQ0pm 7:50 pm Buy railroad. Fullman or steamship tickets of ROWLEY BROS.. Agents Santa Fe route, southeast corner Sixth and Kansas avenue. Topeka. Or W. C Uabvzv, Agent at Depot, ' Or Ajijolx 81 Soic. Agents, North Topeka. BOCK ISLAIS B0UT2L la effect on and after April C. X894. WESTBOUWD. I Leave Trains. Ko. Kansas Arrtvs Leave City. Topeka. Topeka. Solid Vestibule Express A 11 11:20 am 1:25 pm 1 :86 pm Through Fast Express B 9 9:90 pm 11:80 pm 11:40 pm Chicago. Texas Express A 1 10:85 am 19:40 pm 12:65 pa Southwestern LvS. J. Express A 18 9:86 am 12:40 pm Southwest Night LvS.J. Express B 8 8:QQ pm II :0T)ml1 rn pm EASTBOUNP. Arrive Trams. No. Arrive Leave Kansas Topeka. Topeka. City. Limited Kx- " press A 12 8:26 pm 8:80 pm 6:86 pm Boi id Limited v Vestibule Ex press A S 8:46 pm 8:60 pm 6:65pm St. Joseph and Eastern Ex- Ar 9. J. press A 14 8:66 pm 7:20pm Express ami Mail via St. Ar 8. J. Joseph C 4 5:85am 6:50am 8:20am Express and Mall via Kan- sas City C id 6:45am 8:00 am 8:00am A Dally. B Dally, exceot Saturday. C . Daily, except Monday. for tickets, sieepinx-car berths and general formation, call at City Ticket office. 601 Kan sas avenue, corner Sixth street, f UMnDhone 480): at Passenger Station, corner First street and Kansas avenue, (telenhnnn hxaI: tr.t PouLnftiu. korlh Topeka, (telephone 864). H. O. GARVET, City Passenger Agent. VNIOIf PACIF-ICL Eastern Vestibule No. 8, leaves 2:47 p. m. K. C. Accom. No. 6, leaves 7:10 a. m. Western Vestibule No. 7, leaves 12:56 p, m. Salina Accom. No. 5, leaves 6 60 p. m. Daily except Sunday. All others daily. Train No. 8. solid vestibule to Chicago, dining ear, free chair cars, etc., running over the Chi cago & Alton from Kansas City, has through sleeper for St. Louis via Missouri Pacific. Train No. 7, solid vestibule for Denver, making direct connection for Pacific coast. Through Pullman cars for Salt Lake; through colonist car to Portland, eto.. eto. City ticket office. Kansas ave. MISSOURI PACIFIC. Train. No L'v's Topeka Topeka and Fort Soott oommodatlon , 286 10:00 a. ra. Av's Topeka Topeka and Fort oommodatlon. .... Scott 986 5:80 p. m. Tu T. c S. W. RY. EAST. Leave Topeka... nd T:80 a.m Arrive Leavenworth 11:00 a.m WEST. Leave Leavenworth, via Oskaloosa.. 8:00 p.m Arrive Topeka 8:80 p.m Accommodation, dally ex. Sunday. All Summer Lotuj seekers for enjoyment and travelers who've an eye open for pleasure will find luxurious delight In a trip on on of the LAKE MICHIGAN AND LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSPORTATION CO'S ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS. The Great Lake Route which touches ' The Northern Michigan Summer Resorts. Cnnnlgl Everybody' favorite steamer the 0JCLiaii handsome steel ".viA!VIXOIJ will start her Beml-weekly trips twlxt Chicago and Sault Ste Marie, about June 15th. .bend for Illustrated pam phlets. Addresa Joa. Berolz heim. G. P. A. UKE iTIKII. AND LIKE SUPERIOR TRANS. CO. Rush and N. Water St, Chicago. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY LOANED on horses, pianos, house bold goods, and all kinds of chattel securi ties. L. Rucoe, 6i Kansas avenue, room a. I DESIRE 50 loans this month on Improved farms in Shawnee aud surrounding counties. Privilegeof paying $100 or more. Loans mado In any amount, from $100 to $10U,000. 1. L. iiet zer. 519 Kansas avenue. Dudley's bank. MONEY to loan on bond, montage or sonal notes. per- BrMOTV ORltFiTVSFAW. pi ouh notes and mortgages bought and sold. V blMUN G&JCKNSFAX. PARTIES wishing a sate ana paying lnves meat for their money, call at ouov ai. M. Wood & Co. 64 Kansas av. Special train to Ottawa oyer tha Mia souri Pacific Thursday.