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STATE JOURNAL, SATURDAY EVENING JULY 7. 1894.
ttft, r RENTS! SITUATIONS! HEAT, ESTATE! AUCTION SALES! & OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS. Tm Toffka St atu JorRXit guarantee, every day it is prin;ei, to give local circula tion mora than dot bla that of any other Tope ka pair, and by :iar More than all OHief l.ies miioiiimi. This makes this papef the cheapest, as !! as the beat daily advertis ing med.um iu Toieka. the classified adver tiss menu bi-iuw cofcU t out FIVE CENTS A LINE, or ?1 cents a linn for & reek; 50 cents by tSt month. City circulation fveryday exceeds 0.000 total circulation over 3.0 W. sworn detailed statements of circulation pre. seined on appiicat on. t-Cfciiaad see any afternoon between 4 and 6. the handsomest. fastest, most perfect pieoa of printing niachm jrv in Kansas a Web Perfect In prs. which p-ints trorn two to three caas fricto patter a mtonX SITUATIONS WANTED FREE. Are you In need of work? If so. you are at liberty to ue thee columns for assistance in that direction. Wide tins notice appears the f-i ati Jut'B A L will publish free on .Sacurday, Monday and Tuos lay. for Topeka or Kansas peopie, ail notices .jt Situations Wanted," not exceeding live lins. or tli:rty-Iive words, in length. Provided that ail advertisements of this nature are hau led in pre ious to ten o'c.o.k .Saturday- morning; also on Wednes day. Thursday aud Enday, ail advertising of tins class handed in by ton o'clock Wednesday morning. Nil advertisements of this nature to be started except o;j -Satur.la s and Wednesdays. No ob ligation is iticurre.j on the part of the advertis er. .No worthy an 1 needy man or woman need hesitate to take ad'ainau-e of this offer. No on l;j business or having eujployrnent is expected to Latvo aniam'6 of l., but ail others ill Vi ted (O avad theuiseties freely. WANTED HELP. ANTED White girl for general house work. A ppl at Tuueku ave. ' AN 1 Ki i:M.d girl for general house u orK. must have references, inquire at ti-Jl Wt'.t litll St. AY A N 1"K1 First-:ass waistmakers at once. -Mrs. Mercer, Stevenson & Co. s store- A V I.ADY wishing to make $-0 per week - i uicr iy at he" own home, address with stain ;l envelope. Muss l.uo.le B. Logan. Juliet, lil. llns otier is bonatide. Io not fait to in-e-.:igate. 'AN 1 KI) -ir. for general housework: also nur-e for ture ehiidren. Ii7 Fillmore St. aN I l.li-lhr tor general house work, wei; recommended. 810 west 7th. JWANTED-PIISCELLANEOUS. W AN i 1 i ' C or;-e.-pomlenee from free think- mn. liberal n iii .ied woman, object, t-octal f,mei--,e and auui.-etiieui. and progress in truth aud iii-.i:-e. Ail.lleai, "A. J. V." Drawer 1, i opeiia. Kansas. IVAN 1T.1 Gasil'rie stoves to repair at 70J Kansas ave. (.sue. den hardware slore.) G. L W"A. 1 EH If you feel hot while you are " lue ;tVinne. s ep 111 ui Wmf.v'.'l' jiu 3, 7 Ivans, 1, a vc. an 1 "-h ;tu ice cream soda. on ""A N I i-: I - Cas ji.ne stoves cleaae I for T at lii.il stove lepair company, as li. SI.0J a til. AN 1 Iwi -S.111B smau real estauj loans. s.aion t 1 tee ;i ,p m. "iA.N 1 k.1 V.'.i; cnos, cloi-iis and iimbre.iii to ie;i.t.r tit Kansas ave.. upst.iifi. I ' AM Ali-fa move, STiJiit or ship Uousa- noi 1 .o K. ueijlit. etc. 1-a 1 x . .- a 1 n v t-At, 131 R. RttV Mt Si I'lll' H A N l-' iitA.NSi.i o S'lOltAtiS C(1. ' A N 1 . ,i OL! you never heard of tin ws " i-.f. t.'t-i suIh stole. 7.'.' Kansas u are Vd. iu to to tue lti tisiuo biutd s.i to ou-" iiunuiy, '.u K.titisti.s uve. FO . Rt:. NT - HOUSES. I,1! !: t: i:NT f. t rn house, well, cisteru, barn. - Nt'vv pap -r. ids Van liureu si. jo per inoiiJi. In. (line lu.'i Kansas ave. i." " i.-.n 1 a iooii six room i 1-1 iJi. iijiiv. iij West out st. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. SAI.K-titi. d substantia! plueton butriry. ur eltcap. Ct il i'l 0.13 We,t 1 nit st. Tj.-t-l: -s w.l.-J ,:av io.tr.l. il. t.iriiitur.i in exchamre for Address, e." .lourual otiice. s 1.1. A eieer, atieetionate horse. with piiai t 111, new htdtiess, etc,, ;17j. At li'Oij an l.ui-'ti st. J ,' ( s.vl.i: 1'iano at a bijf bargain at 1 i.littere. T ( ' 1 : SAI.K a firs class Columbus liuttnv Co. - !i!!l 1-sither lop pinvioii. Can be seen at lr. Aid nrd; 's .i very stab.e oa latst Fatit s;. r'i; s.vi.K Fruil .Mierberts, ad kinds, with 73 slJ:t .a:t'' UL "1 Sertoli's, 703 K;tu. ave. Ml: s vl.K At th Topeka Vinegar Wo7ks7 1 ii-rryc rat es. cheap. i.'oi; .sAl.r. No. s Wiishboller. worth S1JU tow ojc ll.voi stdo store. Kansas ave. i,'!.';: s vl.i; s-no -t ttmn loans at u iter cent interest, spihiii i,reinsmu. (di IttiAi. esut: or renui. property kee 1-enedick Co.. dol Kttnsas ave. I ."tii: S LK- Oilt eti,-e Hrt tnort,'aQ'JS, 7, 3, J, -- ioi-erceut. s.iiij,i tireeiis pan. QRRSNT-ROOMS. 'lo'' I" N 1 N u elv furnistietl room. 4l "10-P'-ka ave.. elet tr.c iiiiliL. bath rt-vti,i.. 1,"1U It i:N T 111 iiruised rooms. & Harrison st., corner s-ivih. "Ioi: KI-.M-tiiiH pleasant unfurnished room B'HHl repair, elit ap. 714 Jack sou st. 1,"tK i.i-.M Sitjeiy furnTslTed rooms. 614 Jackson st. i 1 FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. "(J1! SAI.i: Finn milch cow. cheap. First -- house south I. wmaa Hill school, l ine st. ltHt s I. ! ; - a Holste.n-Jersev cow; fresh; 3 Kaiions daily. UU V. ttx.tli st. lOK sai.K Sev ral IKf) to l.'jiw wund horses. F. J. buiall. at Aiiierioaa bank, .orth 10 peka. Vlt A 1.15 Mx bouses and 7', hits in North -- loiwka lor 730. Who wants any cheaper proper.y than tLisv s, W. M. Forbes. 111 West uli street. "IliR SALE CPcap, Almost new binrny and 5-year-oid Uorsa. Can be seen at Peterson's It very barn. 1 1 o.'f AMC Two-year-old Jersey bull; corner i nomas and Chester, Oakland. OK KKNI Oil SALE Desirable houses lu ... . . , j , . ..-.in nau. ave. TOU SALE C'uo ca suburban tracts of 5 acres -- or more, atljo.i in the city ou the west at prices rallying It on. io $i7j per at oua tairdcasa. W. il. i'uBBK. Sole --veut. LOST AND FOUND. 1 OST A square silver beit buckle A squan s otiice. Keturn to in 1 .t,;,T A ""evolve- at .Santa Fe depot. Vednes tl ,iay, .e,ven,n"' I'.v Policeman Ciiuniniihaui. leeward il reiurneu to police iieadqua! ters. "IOCND The place to have plumbing done; A. AUOH. CWO lUU),d 4V. Afc-1. ioi. MISCELLANEOUS. lVoVs"'lio sin? can liave their voices trained -- iu return for their service, iy aptilyintr to the organist at urace cathedral on Tuesday, between the hours of 4 and 5. rpO MAKE BIG MONEY sediri? our Electrio Telephone. Best seiier on l.artii. Sent all compieto ready to set up; lines ct any d. stance. A practical i.lectr.c lelephon-. Oar agents making .f to $lo a day easy. Everybody buys. i.iX Money w ithout work. Frees low. Anyone can make $75 per in ni.!i. Ad irt-s W. P. Har rison Hi Co.. Cterk No. il. Co.iiinous, Oh.o. i, OK EXCHANGE .-3. HX) s-took general mer chandise, doing a cash busiti jss ot tUi a day; want land in shawne; or tjsae county. Also one of tho best stocks of general mer chandise in tiie slate; about .rlua'; want a good farm. Come and see mo a lout these. J. 11. UtATKV. bO-j Kansas Ave. MOVED-d. G. Fee's tin shop to Sheldeu's hardware store. 702 Knasas ave. C'o.Mli aaJ .iee tile new patent Holimger wire ' lonco at iiayiu iricet for sa e by Geo. Brin die, box 8i Topeka; residence Wabash and lieimout, Oakland. Also territory lor sale. rnoo much ice water Is inj inous to your heaitn tii.s warm wea.ttier. n v uoc uriii t soda water .' A giass now an l tiii-n at w oolver ton's, 703 Kansas ave.. will coot ou oif. "X'OTiCE To whom it may concern: Be it known tlsat my petition is on Ii e in the pro bate court asking for a permit to sell intoxicat ing liquors at. 334 Kausas u venue, in the second ward of the c.ty of Topeka. il'-artnj for saiuo is sot lor August 1, 1bj4, at t) a. m. Wji. I KexsAdv. Topeka, K?ns., June28th, 13j4. "OTICE To whom it may concern Be it known iint my petition is on tilo iu the pro bate court asking for a permit to sell uitoxicat ng liquors at No. iJi Kansas avenue, in tiie Second ward of the city of loiieKa. Hearing for same is set for J uly 21, Isii, at ;) a. m. r lifc-t) Hukl.sk. Topeka, Kan., June 18, 1S94. ij JAKNESS AND KEPA1K WOli K. Harness and shoe shop; patent leather polish for butrgy tops; repaits in all kinds ot leather gooas; shoes half soled forty cents, li. F. Hen- ersou, HS'i West feixth street. yf 11. WAl'ii'i, A.M.. M. dT. 717 Kansas avenue. Hours: 2 to 5 p. m. Private hospital for women 833 Greenwood avenue. TJliACilCAL PIANO TUNElt Years of fao tory experience, a. Tracy, 701 Kansas ave. VyJXLIAM DWIGHI CHLfBCH Analytical and Metallurgical Cheni isc and Assayer. Examination of mineral deposits auJ mines. Ooicos: Denver, Coto. Proscott, Ariza. ANNOUNCEMENTS. OEOKGE NEAL is a candidate for the legis lature from the Thirty-seventh or southern district of Shawnee county, suoject to the lie pubiican primaries. VT" the earnest solicitation of many voters in the lhuty-oeve.ii.il repreeniaive district J. 15. McAfee wilt be a candidate tor nomination lor representative Irom that district. M. (JAKDENHIKE is a candidate for the 3 lefe'isialure in the Thirty-seveittu represen tative uistrtci, subject to Uto uectston of the ltepublican primaries. SURGEONS. HAMPSHIRE, M. S., M. D. Physiciaii and Surgeon. 015 Kansas Avenue. Topeka I) il. U. li. (Jolcord, Kiuuey aud I'nvitte dis eases. 7i: Kausas a enae. D1 A. TE LL. oiitce imjO East Fourth Street. HFNPiY W. KOBV, M. D. , WIT ( hVIV TufKRA. Kansas. f kjLltWiUilt s. SHELDON. M. D.. SL'KlilCitY ASH JJISRASKd OF WOMEN. Oiliue; to. 7m Kansas Ave. J. C. McCiintock, A. M., M. D. Frances Storrs, A. B., M. D. MrCIJT li Jt NTOKR4, ITantict) limited to SCKGKKY and DISEASES OK WOMEN. ist Kansas avenao. OUice hours, 3 to 4 p. m. I Jit. MAI! Y E. STEWART, 031 Harrison St.. comer of 7th S5. OliSTETKlCS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN. Hours: lo to iz a.m.. to 4 p. in. Tele. 2.17. T DA C. liAitNES, M. D. ORm 732 Kan. Ave. Kesldence, 13th and Clay. Office Hours 9 a, m. ui 11 a. in .and 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. l'hone oy. MAGC.IE L. McCliEA, M. D.. liL. 50. 7JJ Kansas Avbntjr. OIKtCR HOCKS: B to 10 a. ill.. 12:30 to 3 p.m.. R:30 to 7:30 p. m. u. tv'A liAii dTng 709 Kansas Avexcth. Te'f. 4o-7. I J. MULVANE speciat atteution trlvea to chronic diseases. Uliico open au hours. 600 Kas. Ave. Phone 82. L. A. RYDER, M. D. , OFFICE and resilience cor. Gordon street an 1 Central ave.. North Tojieka. l'noue 214. Cses tiie lirmkerhott system of Uectal trea: intnf. a successful ttnil pauuess troaitidut lor piies, hscuia, lislture, ulcefUi-iou, etc. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS on farms and city property made at low rates. Privilege of paying Ti0 or more. 1. L. Betzer, iiy Kansas aveuae, Dudley s bank. AIONEY LOANEDfcin horses. pianosT house hold goods, ami au kinds oi chattel securi ties. L. liiscoe 523 Kausas avenue, room 3. MONEi." to loan on bonds, luoi'aiiii or per sonal lluttiA. sonai notes. SniovriTtrrxaiy. GOOD notes and mortgages bought and sotX .Sl.Mt.IN H KtKSl PAN. 1AKTliiS wishing a sata ana paying lnvet. lutiut lor Uieir money, cad at, uaui oa o, M. Wood Co. Ui Kausa.3 aye. DENTISTRY. t s EO. P. ASHTON, D.D. S.. DENTIST. N. W. corner Eijhtli and Kansas avenues Topeka, Kansas. 30 0 Oflo . . - I -.J'l you can save monev by buvlng of C. W. Wlllits. 10 to 15 per cent saved 'on Cloth Goods. 1006 Kansas ave., N. Topeka. Paris roor rout omce t icintitt. Paris has only sixty-five brancli post offices, and many of tliese are so crowded in trie middle of the day that much time is wasted in petting a letter registered or a money order taken out or cashed. Stampts indeed can be bousrht of almost all tobacco nists, but their post-office business is confined to this. The authorities hare resolved to try the Kng-lisL plan of appointing- shopkeepers as post masters, and m beg-inninj has been made with eig-ht shops in various parts of the city. If the plan suc ceeds it will be carried out on a larg-er scale. Read the "Waut-j." Many of them are aa interestiag a ue-,vd i'-ct-ii, See if it ia nut oo. T2S SAITA rS ECUTS. TEAI3a TO KIIB OK. Za e ffect ok and ftr Jan 10, 1U94. WESTBOUND. -n. Leave i Arrivw Leave Trains. ? Kansas Topeka. Topeka. City. Wich.. Kingman & Pratt local.. 113 8:15 am 10:35 am 10:40 am O k la noma & I I I Texas local... 113' 8 15 anvl0:35 am 10:40 am Den ii Tex. Lim 5i 8:30 am 11 -.30 am. 11:50 am California Lim.. 8; l:4o pm 3:35 pin 3:40 pm 6.F.& Fl I'asoEx 1 1:45 pm a :45 pm 3:55 pin Kansas Citv & Topeka plug.. 109 4:30 pm 6:40 pm Colorado N'ight Express 7 9:30 pm 11:35 pm. 11:43 pm Man. & B. Ace. Ex. Sunday... 153 I 1 7:30am Between Kansas City and Topeka only. EASTBOUND. Arrive Topeka. Leave , Arrive Topeka.1 Kansas I City. Trains. K. C. Local Columbian Lim. Chicago Vesti bule Lim Atlantic Express Missouri ltiver Night Ex. Topeka and Kansas City plus Man. & B. Acc. Ex. Sunday . . . 114 4 1 :50 pm! 2:20 pin ! 3:Mpm 2:00 pm; A-.25 pm 2:40 pm 5:00 pm I 5:05 pm 7:10 pm 5:15 am. 7:25 am 4:35 am! 7:00 am 7:30 ajn' 9:40 am 5:10 am 4:25 am 110 154 9:00 pm Between Kansas City and Topeka only. ATCHISON AND ST. JOSEPH. Train No ! Leave Leave i Arrivs irains. no. st JoJ Atchis'n'Topeka. Pacific, Mexico & Texas Ex press 105 8:30 am 9:20 am 11:20 am Colorado Night I Express 107 8:40 pm . 9:30 pm 11 :25 pm Leave Arrive Arrive Topeka. Atehls'n St. Joe. Bt. Joe Morning Express 108 5:15am 7:15 am 8:05 am Et. Joe Evening Express j 106 5:05 pm 7:00 pm 7:50 pm Buy railroad, Pullman or steamship tickets of KOWLEY BROS., Agents Santa Fe route, southeast corner Sixth and Kansas avenue. Topeka. Or W. C. Gakvkv, Agent at Depot, Or AJttJOLX & Sojr, Agents. North Topeka. EOCK ISLASD ROUTE. In effect on and after April 29, 1894. WESTBOUND. Leave Kansas City. Trains. No. Arrive Topeka. Leave Topeka. Solid Vestibule Express A Through Fast Express B Chicago. Texas Express A Bouth western Express A Soutnwest Night Express B 11:20 sun 1:25pm 1 :85 pm 11:40 pm 12:55 pm 9:20 pm 11:30 pm 10:35 auJ 12:46 pm Lv S.J. 9:35 am 12:40 pm Lv S. J. s:i jtm'll :SOTtm EASTBOCND. Arrive Trails. No. Arrive Leave Kansas Topeka. Topeka. City. Limited Ex press A 12 8:25 pm 3:80 pm 6:85 pm Eolid Limited! Vestibule Ex press A 2 8:45 pm 3:50 pm 6:55 pm Bt. Joseph and Eastern Ex- Ar S. J. press a! 14 8:55pm 7:20pm Ex press and Mail via St. Ar 8. J. Joseph C 4 6:35 am 5:50am 9:20ana Express and Mali via Kan sas City C 1.8 I 6:45 am 8:00am 8:00am A Dally. B Daily, except Saturday. C Daily, except Monday. For tickets, sleeping-car berths and general Information, call at City Ticket office, 601 Kan sas avenue, corner Sixth street, (telephone 430): at Passenger Station, corner First street and Kansas avenue, (telephone 3s4); or at Posutilio ktorth Topeka. I telephone 304 . H. O. GARVEY. City Passenger Agent. CKIOS PACIFia Eastern Vestibule Ho. 8, leaves 2:47 p. m. K. C. Accom. No. 6l leaves 7:10 a. m. Western Vestibule No. 7, leaves I2:5i p, m. saliiia Accom. No. 5, leaves 6 50 p. m. Daily except Suuday. All others daily. Tram No. 8, solid vestibule to Chicago, dlntns ear, fre chair cars, etc., running over trts Citi cago 6i Alton from Kausas City, has throuH sleeper for Si Louis via Missouri Pacina. Train No. 7, soild vestlbai for Denver, dakinjr direct conuectiou for Pactflo coast, lurouuh Puiiman cars for bait Lake; tba-oua colonist car to Portland, etc.. eto. City Ucket otiice. bz Kansas ave. MISSOURI PACIFIC. Train. No L'v's Topeka Topttka and Fort Scott ac ommodation. 2S5; 10:00 a. m. A "v's Topeka Xopeka and Fort Scott ac- eomiltodatiou I 2&0 6:80 p. m. 3L. T. & S. W. RY. Leave Topeka. .. nd 7;80 a.m Arrive Leaven worth 11 :00 a.m WKST. Leave Tavenworth. via Oskaloosa.. B:40 p.m Arrive Topeka 9:10 p.m Accommodation, daily ex. Sunday. VINEWOOD AND HIGHLAND PARK STREET RAILWAY. Trains will leave Monroe Street station week davs for Y uiewood as follows: 0:4.3,9:11. 11:51, 3:117. 5:41. Trains will leave Vinewood for Monroe streat at 7:07, 10:31, 1:02, 4:19, 0:50. SlXDAV TRAINS. Leave Monroe street 8:02, 9:19, 10:30, 11:51. 1:50. 3:07, 4:1:4. 5:41. Leave Y inewood 8:42, 9:50. 11:16, 12:30, 2:30, 3:47. 5:04. 6:24. Extra Sunday trains will be run according to company orders. Pocket edition time table will be issued in near future. All Summer Long seekers for enjoyment and travelers who' ve an eye open for pleasure will find 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. SfSpil Everybody's favorite steamer the MUttiaii handsome steel '.'nAMTOl will start her semi-weekly trips twfxt Chicago and jault Ste Marie, abouT June lath. Send for illustrated pam- P"Illets- Address Jos. Berolz- LAKE MICH. AND LAKE "XJ Rush and N. Water St. Chicago. The State Jocb.val's Want and Mis cellaneous columns reach each working day in the week more than twice as many Topeka people as can be reached through any other paper. This is a fact. D. Holmes, druggist, 731 Kansas ava. Good work done by the, i'oerioii To Restore hair which has become thin, and keep the scalp clean and healthy, use 1-1 AIR VIGOR It prevents the hair from fallinor out or turning gray. The best Dressing FIRE ALARM NUMBERS. Morse ard Jackson sts. 6 Kausas ave. and Kaiiroad St. 6 Gordon and Taylor sts. T Laurent and Harrison sts. 8 Grant st. and Topeka ave. 9 "A'' st. and Topeka ave. 12 Kansas ave. and fourth st 13 Kansas ave ami Second st. 14 No. l Siatlorl. Kansas ave. near Gordon. l!5 Monroe and Kious sts. 16 Kausas ave. and Garfield St. 17 Kansas and Tenth aves. 18 Kansas ave. and Thirteenth st. 19 Kansas and Euclid aves. SI Crane and Adams sts. 22 No. 2 Station, 7th st. near Kansas ava, 23 Lake st. and East Sixth ave. 24 Fourth and Brauner sts. 25 Seventh and Hoiliday sts. i5 Eighth ave. and Madison st. 27 Tenth ave. and Sac and Fi state road. 28 Seventeenth and Jefferson sts. 29 Third and Monroe sts. 81 Sixth and Topeka aves. 82 Sixth ave. and Clay st. 83 No. 3 Station, Jefterson st. near Fourth. 84 YVestern ave. and Ninth St. 86 T-"ih and Topeka aves. 86 Fourth and Tavior sts. 87 No. 4 Station. Clay st. near Eighth ar. 88 Twelfth and Taylor sts. 42 Euclid ave. and Buchanan St. 48 Thirteenth and Lane sts. 45 Eleventh st. and Morris ava. 46 Seventh and Lane sts. 47 Topeka ave. and Third st. 63 Eleventh and Monroe sts. 68 Tenth ave. aud Lawrence St. 121 Klein and Seward aves. 123 No. 408 East Sixth ave. 124 Euclid and College ave. 41 Van Buren and Twelfth sts. 61 Quincv and t rane sts. 64 Fourth and I-al-'ayeite 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 fire, in this manner: Il lor box 4, four distinct strokes and repeated; if for box 13, one stroke, a jhort Jause, then three strokes, and repeated, thus, III. I-lll, etc. "22" is souuded for all fires within the district bounded by Fifth, Ninth, Jackson and Quincy streets. Tkn strokes, and repeated, followed by the cumber of the signal station nearest the fire. Is the second ala km for a serious fire. Th r f.i strokes, followed by twelve, and repeated, is the gknkral alarm for a verr dangerous fire, and calls out the entire depart ment Willi a detail of police. Two strokes, slowly, indicates kirk is OCT. One long whistle from water works, for nret south of nver. Three whistles from same, tat fires north of river. CHICAGO &ALT0IIR.R. 0SL7 STGH2 BALLASTED T21CK. MO CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN KANSAS CITY and CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY and ST. LOUIS, ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO. Ko Extra Charge for Passage ia Palace Reclining Chair Cars NOR IN Fast Yes'iliniea Liaifei Trains. Ask your own Home Ticket Agent for tickets Tla the Chicago & Alton Kaiiroad, or write to I. BOWKR, GenT Western Passenger Agt, 216 NORTH BEOADWAV, ST. LUt'IS, MO. JAMKs CHARLTON, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, CHICAGO. ILL. EflDOKSIO BT THE HlQttZsT Mehii A'JTKOHITIIiL M'sMErmioLiNrmyoi tTtVm catarrh CHE1 This MEVTHOI THOt T sttta T.irrt wi'l euro y ou. A frwondt1! in Loon to sufferers -' " f ro-'i Co 1U., SorThroat, Jnnnenza, Hrtinchiui, (irAYFETl.. iffwiu iinmfiiialerelirt. An efficient remertT. convenient to carry In pocket, readv to ti rn firet lndicathm of coin. Continued Uo 1 . ir- r I Fermanril Cnt-e. Fatifacti'in guaranteed or money refunded. Price, HO rt. Trial fret? nt Drncists. Keuii-fered mml. 60 cents. H. D. CCSHjUS, ktr., lares Eiytra, lLdL, U. . A. firilTUni The mire.t end safest remfrty for C. 1 1 I nUL allskin diseases. Kr-renia. Itcu.Palt Kbe-im. old Sores. BuniB, Cuts. Wtinitr rfu 1 rem rdrforPILES. Prle. S cM. at Ilruif- DAI B:1 g.PtJt or by mail preyatd. Address as abnye. P"t-' St. Denis Hotel, BBOADWAT AND ELEYEKTH ST., (.Opposite Grace Church.) HEW YOIZ.II. EOOSS $1.03 PES DAY AID UPW1E3. The most centrally located hotel In the city, conducted on the European plan. t moderate prices. Becenily enlarged by a new and hand some additio . that doubis Its former capacity. The new IMnitig; Room is one of the finest spa'"' men of Colonial Decoration in this csua- try. XVIil. TAYLOR. uttlwAiuti I iwCtwl I J DR. HEBRA'S WlK cream Remores Freckles, Pimples, Liver - Moles Biaokhcads-S-'nburti aud Tan, and re- atnre the ak-i-n Irt It ordi nal iresnness, p-rotiucing a . ; --is. . clear anu healthy com-j At2v"s-'' piexiuu. Dupenor wautew , . reparations and perfectly harmless. .At ail rugs ista, or mailed lor 50cts. bend for Circular, VIOLA SKIN SOAP t izoPiT inc1o-bi. skia ptirlfrn Ht&p. aneqtasled for tba toll., atid tttooa riral tot ti nuroer. Ah-umwlr P5:re tid deUct7 auxo- cavecL A. druzfists, Pric 3 23 Cents. RITTNER & CO., Tolido. O- Viae TVorli. A Topeka bteam LiAundry. 2IAY0It'S PROCLAMATION. To the Citizens of Topeka: In these turbulent times when there ia such a general feeling of unrest and when strife, fire ami bloodshed spread a pall over some of our sister cities, it is sincerely hoped that every person In To peka will make a special effort and take a personal pride in maintaining peace, good order and obedience to law. Obedience to law ia the only safety for any country or community, and it ia hoped that no excitement, however great, may be the means of causing the viola tion of any law in our city. These disturbances will Boon pass by and business will aain resume its ac customed activity. Those who are now out of employment will then be needed in their former positions. Destruction of lite or property is always to be de plored and regretted and it is hoped that neither will occur here, but that our fair city may maintain its good name and reputation as a law abiding people. T. W. Harrison, ilayor. WILt Sl'KELI STRIKE. A. It, V. Men Sav Kaiiroad M. in avt Pitts- bartr Will i Oat. Pittsburg, July 1. Seven meetings of railroad men have been called for to morrow and upon the result of their de liberations depends the movement of the passenger and freight trains in this city. The situ ation is regarded as serious, as every endeavor is being made by the Populists and ex-labor leaders to induce the men to quit work, although many are not in clined to do so. IL B. Frye, editor of the Industrial, stated that he had information from au thentic sources that the strike would reach here tomorrow, and that it would not be confined to railroad. District Master Workman Vincent of the Knights of Labor, said he had re ceived no reports regarding the strike. He admitted that the Chicago situation had been discussed by the general exe cutive board but refused to say anything further. Organizer Naylor says the strike will surely reach here. SANTA F GETS JL TRAIN OCT. An Overland Train for Chicago LesTti Los Angrelea With a Puiliaan. Los Anobles, Cala., July 7. The Santa Fe dispatched an overland train for Chicago this morning. The train had a Pullman attached, and fifty regular soldiers were on board. The troops will go aa far as Needles. By a clever ruse, strikers and idlers were all drawn from the Santa Fe depot. It has been announced that the South ern Pacific would send out a passenger train for San Francisco and after the crowd had congregated at the Southern Pacific depot, the Santa Fe train rolled out of the yards. No Southern Pacific train went out. It is reported the tracks were torn up on the Santa Fe near Sum mit, a most dangerous section of the road. RICH MEN Ml'ST ENLIST FIRST. Mass Maatlnga Demand That Men of Property Enter the Militia. San Francisco, July 7. Mass meet ings held last evening in' this city and Oakland, endorsed the strikers. The as semblage in this city was a notable gath ering. Metropolitan temple was jammed and thousands unable to obtain admis sion organized another overflow meeting in the open air. The greatest enthusiasm prevailed. C orporate monopoly was recognized as a common enemy, and every point against the Pullman car company was greeted with cheers. Both the president and his advisers were scored, and every mention of the name of C. P. Huntington was the signal for loud groans and hisses. Many speeches were made condemn ing George M. Pullman, and reso lutions were adopted promising moral support to the A. li. U. The speakers also condemned the Southern Pacific; countenanced the strike; attacked federal interference in the difficulty and demanded that the military service of this state and nation should be remodeled, classifying men fit for duty in such a way that those who have the most property shall be drafted first into the militia and army and order ed first to the front in time of insurrec tion. A POLICY OK PEACE is Producing- Good Results Den ver, Colorado. Denver, July 7. The policy of the railway managers at this point not to an tagonize the organizations among their employes more than necessary, is begin ning to bear fruit. The feeling among the men is becom ing distinctly more favorable towards the companies from day to day. Compara tively few Denver & Rio Grande em ployes in this city have struck. The road is tied up west of Pueblo on account of the strikes at Pueblo and Salida. Trains were run today as usual between Denver and Pueblo. The Santa Fe and the Gulf are run ning both pastsenger and freight trains. The Union Pacific is still tied up west of Cheyenue. The Kock Island is running trains between Denver and Iowa points. The other roads are not affected. AT CLEVELAND, O. The Men Did Not C nine Hack to Work Today. Cleveland, July 7. Although it was announced lale last night that the strik ing Krie switchmen, some 6l)U in number, would return to work this morning, not a man appeared and the freight business of the road is tied up "more completely than yesterday. The passenger trains are running aboutjon time. The Lake Shore succeeded in getting thr-jugh an eastbound train for New York today. Yardmaster Murphy and an assistant of the Lake Shore attempt ed to move some cars to the western yards but were driven back. The Big Four is at a stand still; the game state of affairs exists on the Cleve land tfc Pittsburg, the Cleveland, Akron & Columbus, and the Cleveland, Canton tfc Southern. The Nickel Plate is mak ing very little headway in handling traf fic A TRAIN LEAVES RATON. Strikers Bains; Arrested at Trlaidad Much Excitement There. Raton, N. M.. July 7. One passenger train left today for the south. Engineers and firemen have been ordered to report for duty, but have not done so. Trinidad, Col., July 7. Santa Fe en gineers are being arrested here for re fusing to run their engines. Women and children are threatened with arrest for cheering prisoners. A WOMAN IN THE CASH. The Frlacmi Sa! m-Saloa Spoiled tit a F'J '.;,! to Rescue Maximilian. While Mexico was framincr lir in dependence from the French :i n 1 .it tempting to oust the a-lvi-iiliiirr Maximilian eorne American i ! :; r-i appeared upon the scene. At t!, close of the late civil war about twenty officers of the Federal army who had obta:.ned their discharge K-ft Los Angeles for LI Pas, Tt-t.ts. There they were joined by about forty other ofiicers. They or-a n t.e 'I into a company of "hih rnv;it. -..'' calling1 themselves the "Arnerira Legion," and crossed over into Mexico. Their services were a rc pt i-ii by the Mexican government a u I the complimentary term "ib :v '' added to the company pause. The "American Legion of H ..; : ' did good service and the unlimited con fidtnoti cf commanding' general until, at an opportune moment, the st-c; "Princess" Salm-Salm put in an pearance. She wished to ero- s lines to see her husband, who war h;e5 th e i ti lled ap f b-! I..-- sieged and could not get out. 1'. 'ln,r an American woman, she beian t scheme with the American com mandant of the legion, who ltud charge of the front line. Thti Mex ican general cavalierly referred tin whole matter to him, intimating tiuifc as both were Americans he Icnctv whether it were best to trust her. I!j passed the woman through the lim s. From that moment the Mexican gen eral lobt confidence in the Anieiieun Legion of Honop ami their every movement was narrowly watched, li was owing to this that the scheme t rescue Maximilian when ho was con demned to be shot was abandoned. SIZED THE COURT UP. Dad Ills Say and Paid His Flue l ike n True Solrtit-r. When General Barnes lirst com menced practicing law in San I'riiti cisco ho was plain Mr. Haines then he was engaged in defending a suit involving a large amount of proper;;.-. j He had an uphill fight, for the Inv, ' the evidence and the judge were : against him. He was making an ag I gressive fight, however, and fur sev I eral days was compelled to submit t i the taunts of opposing counsel, the lying of witnesses aud the rebukes of the judge. lie grew tired of it an 1 so did his client. On the last day of the trial the at torney determined to brook Mich treatment no longer and fortified him self with a pocketful of his client "s gold. The attorney for the plaint!.' asked an interested witness a palpably unfair question and Barnes excepted. As he expected, the opposing conn-. I turnod a torrent of abuse upon Lim nd the corrt administered a t-tinging reoroof. The general arose and with a blaze of eloquence denounced both judge and attorney as scoundrels nn ! the witnesses as perjurers. The jud os was taken so completely by nirpri-tt that the general had finished befoio he could collect his scattered facul ties. "Mr. Barnes, I adjudge you guilty of contempt of court," he roared w hen he finally found his voice, "aud you will pay a fine of S2',0." "That is about the price I thought this conrt would fix upon its dignify and integrity, so I came prepared," coolly remarked the general as he counted out the g-ohl. CHATHAM ISLAND. A Place Where One Iay In Fvt-ry V t ( ii li skipped Kegtilarly. "There is a small island in tiie South Pacific," said John L. Davis, a vet. -tnii sea captain, "where there only ap pear to be six days in the week. Th i 4 extraordinary phenomenon is brought about by the location of the island. Travelers around the world are ac quainted with the fact that time i lost while traveling east and air 1 while traveling west, the diflVre .(; of time in a trans-A tla n tic journey alone being about four hours. I had to run into Chatham islan 1 once when disabled, and was amused to see tlu way in whieh the people a e . p ; their fate in regard to the jumping of time. This little island : just on the line of ilcma r-iiti-ei between times and dates. Jn or b r l to keep right with the rest of In : world it is necessary to skip froi i noon Sunday to noon Monday evt r I week in the year, and hence the j iim that it is possible to spend a w (!! day at dinner without eating an average meah The island is so rn-nr the Antarctic region that days and nights are altogether mixed up fro u the idea of an ordinary i nd i v id n u 1 , but this plan of jtunpi rig the af t e rn o.ui of one day and the morning of 1u- next so as to keep in line with the al manac is some t hi ng so r id icu! ou s that none but a seafaring man can apm-i -ciate it or understand the necessity." Apparently All Hump. The cyclist with an ambition to bo mistaken for a racing man rode n p t a wayside watering trough, s-U a J i, ' himself by putting one foot on it, and called out to the farmer on th j other side of the fence. "Can you tell me how far it is to the next town," he asked. "I can't tell which way yo n're trav eling," replied the farmer, ' u :. i , you raise your had so's I can where it's fastened on. I'm a letb near-sighted." A Heauttrul laith. During the battle of Waterloo th' was a frightful panic in Brussels, was reported that the allies we beaten, and people were flying in directions. The duke of Well) ti to cook went on quietly with his i u t h He was begged to bave hi inn: if. 1 replied: "I have served my mio! while he fought a hundred b, ft! and he never yet failed to eutuo t I It. r ft tit