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STATE JOURNAL, SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 30. 1894. "7TTT3T TT TvT ill! ira. JM 11 o BENTS! SITUATIONS! EEAL ESTATE! - AUCTION SALES! & OTIIEB CLASSIFIED ADS. Th Topika Statb Jottrxai, guarantee, evry day it i-i primed, to pij local circula tion more than double that of acy other Tope ka paper, and by far Mor than 11 Otle )iirit;imi).icU. This makes this paper the cheapest, as well as the best daily advertis ln medium la Topeka. the classified advartis menu lwio cost. ok out FIVE CENTS A LINE, er 30 cents a line for a week; SO cents by Oka month. ITiry circulation everyday exceeds C0O0 tota cii cuiatlon over 8. two. Sworu detaiiel statement of circulation prs len'.e 1 on application. I rCail ai.d tee any afternoon between 4 and B. the handsomest, fastest, most perfect pieoa of printing niacUuiery in Kansas a Web ierfee4 lnif press, wliicu prints from two to tare ooas p.otti u-tai-e rauors a uusuoJ. SITUATIONS WANTED FREE. Are you In need of worn? If so. you are at IHx-rty to use uie-e couun is for assistance in tliai direction. vVliiie tins fiociea appears the H i ate Jol kkal will puolisii frei on Sa.arday, Mi.n layaua Tuesday, for Topeita or Kaasai peopie, ad notices oi "Situations Wanted." not exceeding live luiei. or tlurrv-flve words, in length, f'r-tvided liiat all advertisements of tli: nauro are liar.iied in previous to trii o'cioo-v ."sarurday ui'iruinir; also on Wednes !ay. Thursday and Friday, all advertising of tins Ciass uaudod in by tea o'ciocit Wednesday tlOrUL!i. No auvortiinPit of th! nature to be started e cept ou Saturdays and Wednesdays. No ob ligation is iii';urre 1 ou liie part of Llia advertis er. No worthy and nurt-ly iian or woman need hesitate to take lvant;i::e of mis otlor. No one It: tiisines or havm eaiplciyment is expec.ed to ta. j a.iva.n c: u. but aa ou.ers invited ts aa.l theiuse ves freely. V AiiTtO SITUATIONS- 'ANTI'D Work by tn experienced nurse. 7." l.ane St.. Topoka. Kan.-as. A - A plaje for a widower to do I'liaml) T wor in some hotel. Address, ""Housekeeper," Journal olilue. W . . i 1 By yo.-.ng (inrm iB -6. situation in store i". I .Ioinou st. A.JTE J HELP : i. ?-;. rt for Le.ie al hau vork. No l..t. II . .1 V s , Til .44' - i i I! '.in t I' i vi.t :o ir ,-.. ry t . f : ; - -'i ,i ., j--! nu- i n.f i fi 'H.'-s .r i .. .- ,J;:- i i :,: . . - a. .t" 'li :T I .1 ir- . ,!, L. S. . w ...1. or .i ;it 70-' ; t .ore.) i.r uui.ir- i .1 : i u. '... ill .1 I SO ...a . e i . .. VJ., "t t il.j .V. i. . nl.i au.ii r ..i.tii .ie.ll .no tuqu re iii. I'cet'tess . a N j i i -- i-'.'. ik" yoa are on n ae.. dua ,e- ah .oe ctv 11 . i j i tla.o .u t stoves e.e.iue 1 for Si. 01 a. i -uil stovo rep ..r uii.iuj. ij i. s.u. A .it.. .SvrlltJ hiil.. lo.. lOaUi. .suuou I'ceaspaa. Aslii atches. cocas and uiniire.-jki LO ft'Ur aL ..11 i.:liis it hit, .nir.r V. a.S'1'aU To move, tii'Ji" or Uii uuiUi- lio.n i'fi.ls tr..i'snt nf . sai v o. a . i. s M i5.it, lij p. 6t!l S!vnCHAN la' i.A.s.3i-..i oi SiitAGS CO. A.utu-uu! you liever heard of tin wars so cii'ja;i. i.Acrsiue stole, i ti.msas ave. Vt lual" uiouttv. i intsii.s itvtti FO RENT HOUSES. L,U ; I.k.n i t room iiousb on Western ave auj. Ix'tweeu jnj ana jrd ts.; uu e 3 room h a-,e on tiret-uwood ave.. l-u;w:n 1 lace. aftr J jiy iitii. i ayue in oinpon, jj Kansas ave.. orth iopeKa. lDlt KKM Cottage No. 614 oo Polk street. - Ccliar, hrd a'ld oft water. "JUll UK NT 4. and 7 room houses. Cisterns. Si-. fl'. ;-: Vtaat. iSevout.li Sw ,NUH H KM Small brick house, 310 West 13th jt. Inquire jo V. lath or 5oa Kansas ave. "IVui; A jfood six room luum uiuiure ot IJr. l-.oov. h lo Val.oiak. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. "IOR HALE farm wagon and harness. In--- quire 9i9 Jaeteson St. . Nortli Topeka. Iurt ai,k r-air 4-year-o d bay coiU, weight f- about swo pounds. UooU travelers. cheaD Inquire 1036 Toik st. llR SALE One good souad 5-year-old eleven -- hundred pound xnare. American iianit. Jortu iop- ka. I Al.K A fresh cow. Marrow's livery li ''K SAI.K A flrstclas Columbus Buggy Co. full Wattier top phae-on. Can be seeu at Dr. V. B. Alccurdy's nvary stabie on Kast Fiftust. "IOR SALE Fruit Sherbert. all kinds, with soda water, at Wooiverton's, 703 Kau- ave. "lOR SALE At the Topeia yinega WorksT -- g'xxl berry crates, cheap. luit SALii No. s washtoller, worth sl.sa rtiverside kiorew Kansas aviL IUK SALE Short time loans avt 1 per ceafi L Interest. Minion tireenspna. 1 1 ui1 KKAL estate or reacat property see . c vu., owi iuuisai are. "Olt SALE Gilt ed?e first mortaxes, 7, s. J, IUWU UlWIUmi, FOR RENT ROOMS. I R.Kt-NT Nice rooms on d floor Masoclo -- DuUdinft. Jackson ittreet. suitable for otace. sleepinsj rooms or for so -lety ball. Alterations ??'i.?rl1 su 11 tenants. Water. Sieam heat and elevator service. Fayne fit lhoinpsoa. Sj n saa avenue. -North Topeka. I? j'acksoi'Jtr1"1017 furoil,Qod 'ms. 614 F'SE?T"T.W floor. M nd Wkjj. half CtT... 'rorn " w arena. s-jUao.? f? u.u- i-iri i. r ji.-ueral j : 77'- 7. Y-.r Y'T'TrTrrri FOB RENT Two rooms furnished or unfur nished at 71S Monroe St. Eou KENT Nice famished rooms. 83-J Kan sas ave., opposite .Republican headquarters. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE Cheap, Almost new bucgy and 6-year-old horse. Cau be seen at Peterson's livery barn. F OK BALE Two-year-old Jersey bull; corner Thomas ana cnester, oatuanu. FOR RENT OR SALE Desirable bouses In Oakland. P. C. Moore, room 420 Kan- ave. FOK stAL Choice suburban tracts of i acres or more, adjoining the city on the west, at prices ranging from $li5 to $173 per acre. One third cash. W. iL Forbes. Sold AgeaL LOST AND FOUND. IOCND An Eastern Star pia. Inquire of C. Bunre, in A.ansas ave. LOST A memorandum book containing notes and receiuts, between Kansas avenue bridge and Rock Isiand depot. Leave at Journal office and get reward. W. AL Bowman. FOUND The cheaiest place to get jour har ness repaired. J. W. Clark, 7it Kans. ave. IOUND The place to have plumbing doue; A. Aalen. Bus ivansas ave. Tel. asd. MISCELLANEOUS. f'HE undersigned loaned two ladies an um--- breha on Ve .nesday evening. They wouid obliue by returnnisit to this oiuce, or lo 111 East Filth street. E. B. Walker. ME. LOWE removes dead animals for $2.50. Telephone No. 4 A. 14"OK RENT Parlor bed room, first floor; two upier rooms. 713 Van Buren. MOVED ti- O. Lee's tin shop to bhelden's liaraware store. 702 Kuaas ave. -7-lEWING DONE In al parts of the city by Fanow. "view specialist." 811 Kansas ave nue. No canvassing, orders must be sent to ouico. jHAWNEE Building and Loan association ' opens a nev, .enesot snares July 1st. liooui 16, Columoiau uj.ldiu? C7 " l'EK WttK using and selling Dynamos V for p atin watches, jeweiry auu tabie ware. T aa- tro.d, s.lver, nics.el. tac, same as new goods. Dilfereut sizes tor agents, families and snops. Easy ope;-aied; no exper.eace; big protics. W. I'. HaiTiSou & Co., Clerk No. 14, Coiuiubus. Ohio. Ci M- and see the new parent Hollinger w ' feii je at haym.tr .ei tor sa o oy litra. Br wire iv Geo. Briu- u.o. box j lopeka; rsideuco Wabash and Beiinout, Oakland, Also .eiri.ory lor sale. rpo.J much Ice water Is injurious to your -- nea. in tii.s war. 11 weatacr. Why nji draik Soda .v it -i f A ,'iu' 1 u v au I .uu at vV'oo.Ver tou . Kansas ave., w.i tu . yoa oil. 1AL a. curner uf 7th an I .; ck--oii street tor '- n. .I- res-. 11,. lu.'Uiciu ..!.;. .a HiinKi.iu ana , a.i ikii.-is 1 :;;.i" gjvu. .'':tii'. "V ' ' '"' 5 "' 0 wll"':! it nut; : - k'n 'u ii.it in) 1 Mi'.i.'.i 1 b;t u .-.ill. asiva.- . 'f a pt.-s"i.i t 1 i :j ' . 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M. i., 7i. iv 's KVL". llo 1, - -. a i.j : 1 r.i.ii tf 1 1 r.t.ti-s !niiiiii for o.nea . ve.i id. i'.Al. 1'i -V N' il M. it 1 t- 1, s x.h;.".;'!i--. .-. ii.ij-,. ;n. iv-iii- : t dVI. a i ; 1V1 iti r cii 1- ' aild tj. 1 . ii . it C 1 J :i 1 a 1.. y.10 1. t: I l W 4 r'.tr. k.A.i-iiiaatioii 01 iu I'U.t. li.Ulll' HH.H'iil". t !;., I i iii.S. Is!. 1:1 i siro.L. Ai-.i. bUKGilONo. VI J. HAMPSHl.li , M. -vl. D. i'iiysician and curgeon. 6lj ivansas Avenue. Topeka R. D. B. Coiuord, Kaiaey and i'rivace dis eases. 7 -j Kansas avenue. K. G. A TULL. ouice 900 East Fourth Streei UENRY W. KOBV.M.D. yflllli 3,'. V lufEKA, Kansas. f iVJllLlLiVJ-l. C E. SHELDON. M. D., " BUKtikKV AJT1 1IS EASES Of WOMKJf. Otllce: No. 7J0 Kansas Ave. J. C. AlcC.muKJk, A. M.. M. D. K'rauees Storrs. A. B.. M. D. McCLIXTOCK &- KrOKK4, Practice limited to SUKGEltVand DISEASES OF WOMEN, adj Kansas aveaue. Odice uours, S to 4 p. m. T"R- MAHY E. STEWART. 634 Harrison St.. corner of 7th St. OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN. Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 4 p. m. Tele. 237. DA C BAat-Niab M. D. Office 732 Kan. Ave. Residence, 13th and Clay. Office Hours 9 a, m. to 11 a. in .and a p. m. to (p.m. Phone 99. "" AGGIE L. McCKEA. M. DM XfX XKL- 60. 73 KA-VSAS Avi.VUg. OFFICE HOUKS: 8tulUS.au 12:30 to 3 p.m.. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. JJJK. tV A HA11JI.G, 709 EA.MAI AVK-Vtra. Tele. 402. T"B- J. K. MULVANE --' bpeciai attention given to chronic diseases. ouioe optui ail hours, eoo Kas. Ave. Phone 83. L. A. RYDER, M. D. , OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon street ancl Central ave.. North Topeka. Phone 211. Uses the Brinkerhotf system of Rectal treat ment, a successful and paiu ess treatment tor pues, iistuia, tisliure. ulceration, etc MONEY TO LOAN. "f OSEY LOANED on horses, pianos, house a'A hold goods, and all kinds of chattel securi ties. L. Biscoe 63 Kansas avenue, room a. T DESIRE 50 loans this month on Improved a farms in Shawnee and surrounding counties. Privilege of paying $100 or more. Loans made in any amount, from 100 to IiOi.OjO. X. L. Bet ler. 619 Kansas avenuq. Dudley's bank. Mo-tux lo una uu uuiuli, luuf tmdi ur uer sirnni nots. SiMO!t f?Ri;eyiiATT. nous, ana mortgages bought and sold. SIMOU GKKKNHPAX. 1ARTiES wishing a sat 9 ana paying ui vas meut for their money, eaii at uuim uu a. j4. Wood a Ou. bd4 Kansas are. DENTISTRY. IIEO. P. ASHTON, D.D.S.. DENTIST. N. W. corner Eighth and Kansas avenues, Topeka. Kansas. Fortify yourself for the disease pecu liar to warm weather, by taking Ayer's baraapariila. TEE SAITA FS EOUTE. TKAJS9 TO KIDS OX. Ib effeet on and avfter Jait XO, 1S94. WESTBOUND. Leave Kansas City. Arrive Leave Topeka. Trains. Topeka. Wich.. Kingman 11! 8:15 am 10:85 am ei mu local '.0:40 am O k la homa & 1 Texas local... Den. 6i Tex. Lim California Lim.. 8.F.& ElPasoEx Kansas City & Topeka plug.. Colorado Night Express Han. & B. Acc. Ex. Sunday. .. 11? 1 am 10:35 am 10:40 am 11:50 am 3:40 pm 8:55 pm 51 9:30 am li:3u ami , 1:40 pm 3:35 pm 8:45 pm 1 1:46 pm 109 4:80 pm 9:20 pm 6:40 pm T 11:35 pm 11:45 pm 7:80 am 153 Between Kansas City and Topeka only. EASTBOUND. Arrive Topeka. Leave Topeka. Arrive Kansas City. Trains. K. C. Local Columbian Lim. 114 4 1:50 pm 2:20 piu 5:00Cpm 6:10 am 4:25 am 2:00 pm 4:25 pm 2:40 pm 6:U0 pm 5:05 pnj 7:10 pm 5:15 am 7:25 am 4:85 am 7:00 am Chicago Vesti bule Lim Atlantic Express Missouri River Night Ex Topeka and Kansas City plug Han. & B. Acc. Ex. Sunday. .. 6 2 8 i 110 154 7:30 am 9:40 am 9:00 pm 'Between Kansas City and Topeka only. ATCHISON AND ST. JOSEPH. Trains xv Le' Leave I Arrive .trains. 0. st Joe Atcnisn Topeka. Pacific, Mexico & Texas Ex press 105 8:30 am 9:20 am 11:20 am Colorado Night Express 107 8:40 pm 9:30 pm 11:25 pm Leave Arrive Arrive Topeka. A ten is 'n St. Joe. Bt. Joe Morning Express 108 5:15 am 7:15 am 8:05 am Bt. Joe Evening Express 106 5:05 pm 7:00 pm 7:50 pm Buy railroad, Pullman or steamshiD tickets of ROWLEY BROS., Agents Santa Fe route, southeast corner Sixth and Kansas avenue. Topeka. Or W. C (iABViT, Agent at Depot, Or AB.VOLD & Son, Agents, North Topeka. BOCZ ISLA5D BOUTS. In effect on and after April 39. 1894. WESTBOUND. tajave Kansas dty. Trains. No. Arrive Topeka. Leave Topeka. Bo!'d Vestibu e lx press A, Through Fast! 11:20 am 9:20 pm 1:25 pm 1180 pm 1:85 pm 11:40 pm 12:55 pm 1 1 -n wt t x'lress H Chcasro. Texs I x press A Boti 1 a western L press A Boii'h.ve.st Night Kx pi e-s B 10:3"i ami 12:40 pm Lv S.J. I 9:33 am 12:40 pm Lv S. J. H-'l' 1 'n 1 1 . S r. tASlllOL.M). Airve Kansas City. Trains. No. Arriva Leave Topeka. Topeka Limited Ex-I 1 cess A 12 8:25 pm 8:45 pm 5:85 am 8:80 pm 8:50 pm 5:85 pm 6:65 pm Bo 1 i t L.rn :e 1; Vfs!!eiu Ex-1 nreas Al 2 St. .) ! ! an Ij ,"---s K 14 L v press a:; I; JVi-.ii via j 1."-: h c 4 I" - e ... J n l iaU ia lviii-i HS ! C i Ar S. J." 8:65 pm 7:K0pm lAr S. J.- 5:50 am 9:30 am 5:45am 6:no am 8:00 am A--l'ai-y. B D.n'y. except Saturday. c iv, . . ' . .i.'.ll.i-XJ. 1 -r i; s -ts. si. ri i .'-car bfrchs and general iivViran )..;. 1 ;t i ,r.y T cke: oftice, 6J1 ivan s :,; . . co,- iir Six.h ai't't'i. (ielephone WJ: H f .srvr Scatiuu. rcruur J iri" street and - avHrme, if .e;!tii .4); or at Pos.o.iiue. Isortii lii,i..i, tte.epa01.114 3t4. 11. O. GARVEY. Cay Passenger Aent. I V!Ot rACIF-IC Fastern Ve-.i.ou.e No. 8, leaves 2: 17 p. m. K. C Acco.n. No. 6, leaves 7:U a. rn. Western 'esibu.e No. 7, leaves Hi ji p, m, na.ina Acuom. No. 6. leaves o .V) p. in. iia.iy exoep. .Suad ty. Ad others daily. Train No. s. sand ves.ibuie to CUiCaro. dlnlax ear, tree cnair cars. etc.. running over tha U.n cao & AiLo.i from Kansas City, hat through sleeper for Si. Louis via Missouri Pacific. ra.n No. 7. solid vestibule for Denver, making direct connection for Paciflo coast. Through Puuman cars for salt Lake; through co.omst car to Portland, etc.. etc. City ticket office. 65 Kansas ave. MISSOURI PACIFIC. Train. No Lr'8 Topeka Topoka and Fort Scott atv cim mod at Ion. 10:00 1 Ar'a Topeka lopeka and Fort Scott ao- eommodatlon.... 1 2861 6:80 p. m. I. T. &. S. W. RY. EAST. Leave Topeka... fS,B4 V. a.m Arrive Leavenworth 11:00 a.m WEST. Leave Leavenworth, via Oskaloosa.. 5:40 p.m Arrive Topeka. 9:10 p.m Accommodation, daily ex. Sunday. All Summer L,on? seekers for enjoyment and travelers who've an eye open for pleasure will fl nd luxurious delight in a trip on one of the LAKE MICHIGAN AND LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSPORTATION CO'S ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS. The Great Lake Route which touches The Northern Michigan Summer Resorts. CnpAiof Everybody's favorite steamer the Opoululi handsome steel "MAMTOf" will start her semi-weekly trips twixt Chicago and Sault Ste Marie, about June 15th. sena lor illustrated pam phlets. Address Jos. Berolz helm. O. P. A. LAKE 9IICH. AND LAKE SUPERIOR TRANS. CO. Rush and N. Water SL Chicago. ANNOUNCEMENTS. GEORGE NEAL is a candidate for the legis lature from the Thirty-seventh or southern district of Shawnee county, subject to the Re publican primaries AT the earnest solicitation of many voters in the Thirty-seventh representative district J. B. McAfee' will be a candidate for nomination for representative from that district. SM. GARDENHIRE is a candidate for the legislature in the Thirty-seventh represen tative district, subject to the decision of the Republican primaries. 8 Pets. 9 ire Craekeri We 8 Pcks. Fir Cracker SS S Peks. Fire Cracker 5o Capital Grocery. -nag : Worrarj You have your troubles, but w have the remedy. We know this because ladies who use tell us so. If yoa 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 oa ' the testimony of ladies who have used ViavL You should profit by their experience. ' Dort Rusb blindly Into it. Inform yourself fully. "Be sure you are righV then so ahead." Kansas Viavi Co., 2 Celuabian Building, TOPEKA, KANSAS. Home Office and Laboratory. San Fraocisco, Cat. S4-ja"! MrtEAj o 4 Morse and Jackson sts. 6 Kansas ave. and Railroad St. 6 Gordon and Taylor sts. 7 Laurent and Harrison sta. 8 Grant St. and Topeka ave. 9 "A" st. and Topeka ave. 12 Kansas ave. and Fourth st. 13 Kansas ave and Second st. 14 No. 1 fetation. Kansas ave. near Gordon. 15 Monroe and Kious sts. 16 Kansas ave. and Garfield St. 17 Kansas and Tenth aves. 18 Kansas ave. and Thirteenth it. 18 Kansas and Euclid aves. 21 Crane and Adams sts. 22 No. 2 Station. 7th st. near Kansas ave. 23 Lake st. and East Sixth st. 24 Fourth and Branner sts. 25 Seventh and Uolliday sts. 6 Eighth ave. and Madison st. 27 Tenth ave. and Sac and Fox state road. 28 Seventeenth and Jefferson sts. 29 Third and Monroe sts. 81 Sixth and Topeka aves. 82 Sixth ave. and Clay st. S3 No. 3 Station, Jefferson st. near Fourth. 84 Western ave. and Ninth st. 85 Tenth and Topeka aves. 86 F'ourth and Tavlor sts. 87 No. 4 Station. Clay st. near Eighth ave. 88 Twelfth and Tayior sts. 42 Euclid ave. and Buchanan St. 48 Thirteenth and Lane sts. 45 Eleventh st. and Morris av. 46 Seventh and Lane sts. - 47 Topena ave. and Third st. 62 Eleventh and Monroe sts. 63 Tenth ave. and Iwrence St. 121 Klein and Seward aves. i 123 No. 408 East Sixth ave. 14 Euclid and College ave. i 41 Van Buren and Twelfth its. 61 Quincy and rane sts. 64 Fourth and LaFayette sts. Boxes north of river. Fire alarms are sounded upon the tower bell at department headquarters by striking the number of the signal station nearest the flro, in this manner: If for box 4, four distinct strokes and repeated; if for box 13, one stroke, a yhort pause, then throe strokes, and repeated, thus, I-III. I-1I1. etc. "22" is sounded for all fires ! within the district bounded by Fifth. Ninth, jacKson and (juincy streets. Ih.n aTkOK its. and repeated. followed by the number of the signal station nearest the fire, la the second alarm for a serious f re. Thri- a stroi.F4s. followed by iwkivi, and repeated, is the okkkbal alarm for a verr dangerous fire, and ca.is out the entire depart- . uu 1 w 1 ' H n Hnrail n f tuiUisi ! Two (strokes, slowly, indicates fxreis ctn I One long wiilsue from water works, for Are south of river. Three whistles from same, tot flrs s north of river. Thirty-Seventh .District .Republican Primnrlea. The Republicans of the Thirty-seventh dis trict of Shawnee county will hold a primary election under the Crawtord county system on Saturday, tne 7th day of Juiy, 1894. between the hours of 2 and 7 p. m., in the Fifth ward and the precincts In Topeka township, and 4 to 7 p. m. in a.l other voting precincts in the districts, in accordance with the law governing primary e.ections. to select a candidate for representa tive. The voters will also elect central commit teemen for the various precincts. Bal.ots will be supplied with the names of all candidates for representative, and each voter will erase all names but the one of his choice. The cand.date receiving the highest number of votes will be declared the nominee. The supervisors hereinafter named will take charge ot the polls and make their returns to- f ether with all ballots voted and poll books to he secretary at the office of the county clerk as soon as possible after the closing of the polls. 1 he following is the name and location of each voting precinct and the suiervisor thereof: Auburn, school house, v. H. H. F'ox. Dover Cary Snyder's store, Frank ToAson. Kaw, Valencia school house, George A An derson. Wiliard, school house. Wm. Gilkerson. North Mission, west side railroad station, E. M. CockrelL South Mission, Grange hall. J. E. Maus. North Wiiliamsport, school house, J. W. Stout. South Williams port, school house No. 3, Geo. Ned. Richland, Farnsworth's store, B. Coyne. Linn Creek, Disney's school house. N. L. Tevis. Monmouth, Lyon school house, G. M. Beard. Tecumseh. G. A- R. hall. Charles Aye. Potwin, Allen's barn, J. W. F. Hughes. Shunganunga, Baughman's hall, I. S. Cur tis. Highland Park school house, George E. Flanders. Oakland. Moore's office. C. W. Whitmore. Fifth ward. 1001 Kansas avenue, James Gates. Any person desiring to have his name printed on the ticket shall on or before the 30th day of June, notify the secretary. No person's name shall be printed on said ticket unless the assessment as made by the committee shall be paid on or before the 2d day of July; and the judges and clerk of elec tion are instructed to not count votes cast for representative other than those printed on tickets furnished by tne commit tee. The district central committee will meet at the court house on Wednesday, July llth, at 2 p.m., for tha purpose of canvassing the votes. Pesons elected as central committeemen are requested to meet at same time and place for the purpose of organizing. A. Washbcbx, Chairman. James M. Harr. Secretary. Thirty-seventh representative district com mittee. TRAVELERS. MONEY MAY BE LOST. TRAVELERS CHEQUES OF THI AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPASY are refuuded if lost and are as available as cash anywhere in the world. Principal Office of Co., &.1 l!rodwj, N. T. O. H. HUGHES. 816S N. Kas. Ave. Banjo Specialist. Instruction. Banjos, mnsle and strings for sale. No. 035 IOSTHTCPEA Ho. 835 Now la the time, and W. in. W'lODB' Hardware Store la the' place to buy your POULTRY llETTIfiG. Webb & Iiarri8,drugUta, Bennett's Flats. COLUMBUS REPOSITOBTET 526 AliD 528 QUIIICY STREET. FINE VEHICLES. Haraets, WXips and. Kobe. Call aL leob. over ir lsasnexie eteekc P. J. HINDMARSH, Manager, Can Be Relied UpoMj t When yoa start out on a Columbia, you corns The fact that it the quality of a tion should be a wheel with a reputation. (Jj - - , i There is no wheel that has been before the public so long, none that stands or ever stood so high, none so well guaranteed, none whose guarantee is so substantial and so liberally interpreted, none so safe to Fit! CcloM2s listed at $125, ftw riders mil Cstlojni frm st oar ajreneiatv )r mtmud for two S-ou atanupih WILLIAM TAILOR, Azent for Colombia. Bicycle. 115-117 luaat TOPKA, KA HAS. GKRIGGS & Hardware, ' Implements, Stoves and Tinware SOS WEST SIX-IT ATEXCK JUST RECEIVED! coocococxcxxxocooocc A complete stock of Mens Medium and Fino Shoes of the latest styles, direct from the factory. Please give me a call. W. M. KORD, 527 EMSAS AVE Fireworks, Flags, &c. The best place in the city, where you can get a good assortment and Just what you need low public or private displays. Fire Craokers, Roman Candles, Cannon Crackers, Sky Rockets, Triangle Wheels, IVXines, Colored Fire, Serpents, Parachnte Rockets, Torpedoes. Fancy Exhibition Pieces, &o. Also FRESH CANDIES made daily. Everything to please. Give us a call. H. REISNER, 821 Hans. Avo. KINLEY & 424 AND 426 JACKSON STREET, TOPEKA, KANSAS. WHEELS TO BENT BT HOUR AND DAY. IMPERIAL, ALUMINUM, WAVERLY, LOVELL DIAMOND. Repair. IATMAN & TOWNSEND,1?"!1- All Bntlaats Brssekea XO ADDITIONAL CHARGE WOR BOOKKEEPING AND PENMANSHIP IN CONNKCXION HUB glfOBrilAND COURSE. Ineial tUnU,n to Ormd Hl'aiUM, L. H; STRICKLCR, SO WrllUc Xaaom. S2.00, 21 tat 6 Uaiaaif .. llllM, iDGGY CO. homo on it. is impossible to ascertain bicycle by a casual examina ihf. sufficient reason for buying a buy as a Columbia. '"'- '-' Its sa unwise as to iirsst in lowsr sjais Mcjxla' Boston, New York, Chicago, Hartford. tlx t. A XTELL, t. f. "LAtnrrw. LANNAN, MAHDHCTUBltES OT Carriages, Pliaotcmo, BUGGIES, Spring Wagons, Sue tafSpecial orders and repairing promptly attended t. krthanl am Type wrltia. ' S f" ' -s.