Newspaper Page Text
STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY EVENING JOXiY 18. 1894.
RENTS! SITUATIONS! REAL ESTATE! AUCTION SALES! & OTHER CLASSIFIED AD 3. THItTuPEK S-ATJ JOT-RMAL guarantees, everv day it U prutod. to give a local circmse t on "more than doidne that of any other Top ka paper, and by fax Mtr thn mil Oihtr 1 nm omoi ne. i. This mafs tills pape the cheapest, as wail as the nest daily advertis ing lued.um in Topeka. the classified ailTrn mems tmiow cost:i.(j but FIVE CENTS A LINE, or ro cents a. 11m for a ireek; 50 cents by OH) month. C.ty circulation -woryday exceed 6,000 toUA circulation over 8.1 . Sworn detailed i-tateruents of circulation pro lea t on application. 8 i 'mia.ii set liny anernoonbetffn4 aa4 5. the handsomest fastest, most p"-rtect pie. of i riming machinery in Kansas a Yv b Perfec. me press, which prints from two to Uu'o-s comr p.le li io papers a second. SITUATIONS JIAAN TED FREE. Are vou la .ied of work? If so, you are at l'bcrtv to use the se columns for assistance In that direction. Wii ! tnis notice appears the biATB Journal wdl pub.ish tree on a:urday, Monday and Tuesday, for Topeka or Kansas peop'e, f.u totle of S tuatioas Wanted." mil exceeding five hnes. or l.i.rty-.1ve words, lit length. 1'rovid-t'i that a;i advertisements of t'ns nature are handed in previous to ten oVto-'K saliniuy iiioriiinjr; also on We lues day. Thursday and Friday, all advertising of turn oiass handed .a oy ten o'cloc. Wednesday No advertisement of this nature to be started except on Saturday s ari l Wednesdays. No ob ligation i incurreo on the part of tiie advertis er No worthy an 1 needy man or woman need hesitate to take aivaaiae of tins otter. No one In business or having employment is expected to lake advantage of U. but all others invited to ava.l ihemseives freely. WANTED HELP. "WANTED Three good irtrls for general housework aad one good farm hand, tsui Kansas are. ""AM'hI)-A middle itged lady for hou.se- ke.-jvr in smail family. Address Post oftico box vss. "rANTKD siti ation for a girl 10 years old to assist in housework or private board In it house, have ha 1 xKrieui'.. can give refer ence. Also a sirl li j ears old to assist in light work. Address or call, 1-tul Kansas ave. Bessie and Mabel Yea.-ga u. AN 11) Si unt'iin as housekeeper by wi.:ov woman witu lutie boy s years old. 04 Moiirue. "WANTED do chores, morning. ir to do housework and boy to 115 Cay St. Call Thursday WANTED M ISC ELL AN EOUS. "I'i'AM 1'H To trade a ti.ie residence in Ma- pie Hiil. Kansas. n encumbrance, for Topeka property. In puiro at 7-0 Kansas ave nue, or li J4 Jackso i i. "W"ANTKI A g mtlemau of go.l personal ailtlri:! ram- ml ;l t.lr; fo r.-or., .ml lliri iiiauui.-u Lite tusuraucu husinos.,." Call or address v-v. ir. !S.i e man. sup't, room 4 1 and 2, fco4 Kaa as avenue. 1 luiil s in 3 a. in. or 4 to 5 p. in. Good paying position to riiriil purcy. AN! EI) Orders for p an) tiiuin? by J. L. r-hel ion left at H the .ck ,Si Frost's, 701 Kau. , or by postal cud, box 4sj. ave. VaM KP Gasoline stoves to repair at TOi Kansas ava. hoideu's hardware store.) G. U. l.ee. A'AM t.i If y u feel hoi. wiule you are on " t'ne avenue, siep m at Wooivertou ,0J jvau.-,us ave., nd ;,-ot aa ico cream soda. ATAM'ElM,as )iiuo stove-, Cleaned for $1.0) at Hud stove lepair company. Uti K. aih. rAN'i I-I Soros small lea escata louui. Simon tireen.-pau. A'ANTEi Watolias. clocks and umbrelUi to repair at r l Kansas ave., upstairs. iVA-MAD To Move. STUxtc or shin liousa- hol t goods, fleiiit. etc. fAI-V - Sil.v.VKK, 121 p.. fith St. 5IFKCHAMS' lit A.N.nt- r.it sTOii. .. CO. "ll'A.NitD Oh! y on never heaid of tui ware to cheap, itn ersiue store, 7--J Kansas ave. rA-Mr.o lou tui'o la the iiiverside twin iixiu ave voiu uiuuur. V4t Kansas ave. FOR RENT HOUSES. l-'OH HtN L House of 9 rooms. 3LS Kast 10th. Apply to C. V . Kidder, l ;th and Monroe. 1?OH K.::NT Flat partly furnished. 4th and Jackson sts. iP'Jli KEN 1 A good six room house, inouira ot Lc. liobv. lis 'esi old at. FOR REN T ROOM1? Ftiriiished front room. tilJ To- -- peka ave R KENT Two ri.:e.y furnished ur stair I rout rooms, eu:-uiio or s n-ls lnouifn i.i Jackson st. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. I'Ol; SATE A fi. -st class Devon milch cow. 1 oik St., N ji-lh lojieka. " K js A EE -Cheap A .hj.I piieun.atic iluai- -'r i-'-cyc.e. inquire o-'4 Kansas H a. H:.WI A yoin. well bred mare and sTft vV.l ?'!.'.le!0,!L,oria ".-- 1 l'iai'O- Inquire at i mil Vts., loed store. F,!; J-A EE--seve -al no.) to 1.200 pound horses, peka American bans, orLl lo- SA I'K Two-ye ir-..!,! Jersey bud; corner iias a hesu.r, Oakland. ltK s A EE A clever, aileciionare horse, with iwiua, new naiuess. etc.. si an Huren st. At 1- i'r,A l-,L A firstclass Coiumnis Hukhv Co V ,.ta1' ''thf'r top ph;eton. Can be seen at Ur. Mecurdy s lively stable uu East Finn st. isoda wLu "v - Herberts, all kinds, with soda y tter. at .o j.vertoa-s. Tua Kan. ave. X0no th?0- washboiler. worta si.au, uow t-averside ktora, Jii liaiisu ave. - interest. Simon ( reenso.tn. TOH KtAL estato or rental property iee -- Keuedict Loq Kansas aye. P "JOi: SALE- Oi:t c-die first mori -aei. 1 a. j "" -- lu per cent sau Groenspai FOR or more. aiijo.ni,ir trie city on i:ia .,r . ffi,NatWtt ?fH o-e Ajjent. LOST AND FOUND. T OsT A white s ttor bird dog with yeliow ears and a yellow spot on top of hips K ward for return of same to W. it. Keunady s drug store. 4tn and Ilaasaa ave. "-"nady s iZj9 r ao7To have plumbing douejA. C ft I T nrN. . -.1 " F-C- s room 2, 4l-o Kan. ave MISCELLANEOUS. IEL1AM JWlOiiT CUU.t'fl, 1 xaimnation of rold properties. Prescott, Vava iJai Co.. Arizona T. ISL OV'EU U. Cr. Iee': tm shop to tiaeiden's i2 Ki.as is ave. hardware stoie. ' Cu.Mir. and see the new patent, iloilin rer wire fence at haymaret lor sa e by Gto. IJrin dle, box jk Topei.a; resnieuc) AVttt)iiiIl and Belmont, Oakland. Also tern.ory for sale. rpoo much ice water Is Injurious to your -- health tlis war n we i;u jr. Why not drinlc soda water? A t;la--. now and tlnu at Vv'ooiver toa', 70J Kansai ave.. wa titwi yoa o X. V"OTiCE To whom it may concern: Be it known that my pc.ti m is oa u.o ui the pro bate court asivuig lor a permit to sell intoxicat ing li'iuors a. i4 Kansa avenue, in trio &ecoud ward of the City ot lupeka. il )ar uij for same Is set for August I, lj.'t, at '. a. in. V.i. li. KksxAjdy. Topeka, Kans., June 2Sth, "V"C)TICE To whom it may concert Be it kuowu that my petit. oa is on rile in the pro bate court asivin for a permit to sed in to vie at ui liquors at "so. 2Hz K.ius as aveuuo. Iu tue Second ward of tin "ity oi lo.ie.a. Hearing for same is set for Juijt 21, lial, at u a. m. iT-.jcu hti-LIB. Topeka. Kan., June 13, 1394. AKN ESS AN D KLTA1K V'U1!K. Harness and shoe snop; patent leatnor polish lor biijitjy tops; repairs in ail k.uus ot leather goois; shoos ban' soied fori cel. Is. K. F. Hon ersou, 118' j Wost riixih street. ijKACilCAE 1'iANO TUN Elt Years of fac tory experience. . Tracy, 701 Kansas ave. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Ci EOUGE NEAE is a candidate for the log is T lature from the iiiircy-seveiitf or southern district ot Shart ueo couu;y, subjoji; to the lie pubucau primaries. T tlie earnest solicitation of many voters in tlei 1 inrty-seveiun representative district J. H. McAiee win bo a candidate tor nomination lor reprosenuuive iroin that ditric. s. M. G A KUEN I1 1 HE is a candidate for the letiisiat.ire in the Thirty-seventh represen tative uistrict, .subject to the decision of the Itepubiican primar.ea. SURGEONS. r B. VVAKL), A.M.. M. U 717 Kansas Avknub. Honrs: 2 to 5 p. m. Private hospital for womea Bj3 Greenwood avtjuue. SJ. HAlil'SHIRE, M. S.. M. 1). i'liy-ician anil Surseoa. oio Kansas Av time, Topeka 1) K. IX B. Coicor d, eases. Kitiney ; nd 1'rivate dis Ivansas avenue. 15 A. TULE. Ollico 900 East Fourth Street. HENRY W. IIOBY, M. E. Tui-eka, Kansas. K. SHELDON. M.D., LJ St. IHiKIty AND DISSE43K3 OF 1VOMEX, Offlcq; Jvo. 720 Kansas Ave. J. C. McCantock, A. M.. M. 1). Frances Storrs. A. B., M. D. Mrrid'iTOtSi A STOHIP4. Practice limited to SL'KGF K Y and DISEASES OF WOMEN. BJO Kansas aveuue. Oinco hoars. 3 to 4 p. in. JYK. MAHY E. STEWART, -1 ' Ui-i Harrison St., corner of 7th St. OBSTETRICS ASD DISEASES Vb' WOMEN. Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.. 2 to 4 p. m. Tele. 237. DA G. BAlt2sES, M. D. OfHce 732 Kan. Ave. Besldence, 13th and Clay. Oftice Hours 9 a. id. to li a. m .and u p. in. to 5 p. m. i'noue 99. 1 AGGIE L. I'tL. GO. MtCKKA, M. 732 Ka-vjas A v k N r a. OFFICE HOURS: b to 10 a. in., 12:3n to 3 p. m.. 6::v to 7:30 p. m. U. tV'A llAltDEVG, 709 Kansas AvtNOt Te?. 40-1. TK. J. K. MULVAN E special attention givea to chronic diseases. Oitioe open ad hours. 6C0 Kas. Ave. Flione 83. L. A. RYDER, F.I. D. , OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon str-set and Central ave.. N'oi.h Topok.i. I'lu.u 214. Uses the Brmkerholt system oi Itetdai treat ment, a success! ul and painless treatment for piles, hstuia, iishure. ulceration, etc. MONEY TO LOAN. LOAN'S on farms and city property made at low rates, l'nv.lee m ; ayu.i, tdoo or more. I. L. Betzer, D19 Kausa avenue, Dudley's bank. rON E" LOANED on horses, pianos, house--"J- hold goods, and au kinds of chattel securi ties. B. Biscoe 523 Kansas avenue, room 3. A S GNEY to loan ou bonds, mortaes or par- sou.il notes. Goon noies and mortgages boiiKht and soid. MMU.V GilEKXsl'AS. 1A1JTIE.S wishing a sara ana paying luvei liieui for their money, ciu at onue ou 3. Ai. Wood i. Co. Kansas ava. DENTISTRY. ( s EO. P. ASHTON, D.D. S., VJ DENTIST. X. W. cornor Eighth and Kansas avenues, Topeka, Kansas. SOLID TEROUOE I'KOII Kansas City St. Joseph TO ST. LOUIS, CHIOAOO, OMAHI, FECEII, ST. ?ML JIOI0HAP0LIS CtrtT OKU CH A.VOK OJT CABS TO TBI Atlaitic Coast. Ifl BEST LtXi fO'l ITersr York, Pliilti Jelpla JJontcn, "Wasliiiisrton. AUD ALL roiXTi riORTH A17D 12 AST. D. O. IVES, CiSMMWml P3kMsr Afcnt, fife TRAVEL. PEESOIAL CIECE.3 are good at home. AMERICAS EXPRESS COMFAHY CHEQUES aSord all thq facil:ties of your own bank account anywhere in the world. Principal Office of Co., 65 Uro&dway. T. Y. Do Yoa Desire at CIar, 1 ramnp irrnt Bepg-s Blood Purilier ani Iilood 3Iaker will remove all disorders from the blood and leave your skin clei.r, transparent and youthful. Sold and warranted by W. li. Keaaady. I lusmawsi WfcW ins. I Tried & True may well be said ! of the Superior Medicine, the standard blood-purifier, SARSAPAR I LLA Its long record assures you that what has cured others will cure you TSS SA5TA FS EDUTS. TAIKS TO BID OH. In affect on snd after Jane lO, 1K94. WESTBOUXD. Leave Kansas City. Arrive Leave Topeka. Trains. Topeka. Wlch., Kingman & Pratt locai.. 113 8:15 am;i0:35 am!'.0:40 am Oklahoma & lexas local.. 113! 51 8 15 am 10:35 am i0:40 am 9:30 am 11:30 am ll:5i) am Hen. & Tex. Lirn Caiifornia Lirn.. 8.F.& El PasoEx 8 l:4opm 3:35 pm, 3.40 pm 1 109 7 153 1:45 pm 3:45 pnii 3:55 pm Kansas City & iopeka plus. . 4:30 pm 6:40 pm Colorado Jiight Express Man. & B. Acc. Ex. Sunday. .. 9:20 pm.ll pm 11:45 pm 7:30 am Between Kansas City and Topeka only. KASTBOUND. Arrive Topeka. Leave , Topeka. Arrive Kansas City. Trains. 1:50 pm' 2:00ptn 4:25 pm 2:)pml 2:40 pur 6:00 pm 5:00;pm 5:03 pm! 7:10 rm 5:10 amj 5:15 am: Tiffiiin 4:25 am 4:35 am! 7:00 am K. C. Local Columbian Lim. Chicago Vesti bule Lim Atlantic Express Missouri lliver NiKht Ex Topeka and Kansas City plug Man. & B. Acc. Ex. Sunday. .. 114 4 6 2 8 110 7:30 am 9:40 am 154i 9:00 pm Between Kansas City and Topekaeily. ATCHISON AND ST. JOSEPH. Trains No I Leave Leave Arrive irains. o-jSL Joe. Atchis'n;Topeka. Pacilic. Mexico ; Texas Ex- press 105 8:30 am 9:20 am ll:20am Colorado Night txpress 107 8:40 pm 9:30 pm 11 :25 prn Leave Arrive I Arrive Topeka. Atclns n Sc. Joe. Bt. Joe Morning' I Fxnress ; 108 5:15 am 7:15 am 8:05 am Bt. Joe Evening, Express I 10" 5:06 prn 7:00 pm 7:5" pm Buy raiiroad, PuiUnaa or steamship tickets of P.OWLEY BROS., Agents Santa Fe route, southeast corner Sixth and Kansas avenue. Topeka. Or W. C. Garvkv, Asrent at Depot, Or jlrsolu & Si..v, Ateu's, .North Topeka. EOUS SOU 13. Ib effect on and after April 39, 1894. WESTBOUND. Leave Kansas City. Traim. No. Arrive Topeka. Leave Topeka. Solid Vestibule Express A Throuirh Fast Express B Chic&sco. Im Ejl press A South western Express A Southwest Nlghtj Fxpress Bj It :20 am 1:25 pm 9:20 pm 11)80 pm 10:35 am!lS:46pm Lt S. J. I 9:35 am 18:40 pm LvS.J. S:on r.m 11 -o rnn 1 :35 pm 11:40 pm 12:55 prn n-JwiTvm EASTBOLND. Arrive Trains. No.. Arrive Leave Kansas Topeka. Topeka. City. Limited Ex- press A 12 8:20 pm 8:80 pm 5:35 Dm 8 olid Limited Vestibuie Ex press A 2 8:45 pm 11:50 pm 6:55pm fit. Joseph and Eastern Ex- ArS.J. pre A 14 ......... 8:55 pm 7:10pm Express and Midi via St. Ar 3. J. Joseph C 4 6:86am 5:50 am 9:20am Express and Mall via Kan- stus City C 13 5:45 am 6:00 am 8:00am A Daily. B Dally, except Saturday. O Pally, except Monday. For tickets, sleeping-car berths and general Information, call at Ciry Ticket office, 601 Kan sas avenue, corner Sixth street, f telephone 4ai); st Passenger Station, corner First street and Kansas avenue, (telephone 3S4); erat PostoQlce, Jiortii Topusta, (telephone 3S4. H. O. GARVEY. City Passenger Aent. rMo W PACIFIC. Eastern Vestibule No. 8. leaves 2:47 tt. m. K. C. Accom. No. 6, leaves 7:10 a. m. Western V'estlbule No. 7, leaves 12:54 p. m. tsaiuia Accom. No. 5, leave t so p. m. Daily except Sunday. All others daily. Train No. s, solid vestibule to Chiea.ro. dlnlns ear, free chair cars, etc., running over the Chi casro & Alton from Kansas City, ha through sleeper for St. Louis via Missouri Pacific Tra-n No. 7, solid vestibule for Denver mnking direct connection for Pacldo coastl Throuijh Pullman cars for fait Lake; thxousih eo.ori.it car to fortland. etc., etc. City ticket ofrice. 625 Kansas ave. 1IUSOI UI PACIFIC Train. No Lv's Topeka Topeka and Fort Scott ac- eomrnod ation . 10:00 a. m. AVi Topeka too? a wii Fort Scott ao eomirvcKiatioa.. ............. .i 6:S0 p. m. Ho.8350 ST2T0PZSA IJo.835 Now Is the time, and W. H. WOOD' Hardware store is the place to buy your POULTRY IiETTIilG. I. T. &. Leave Topeka. .. ind 7:S0 a m Arrive Leavenworth 11:00 a.m WEST. Leave Leavenworth, via Oskaloosa.. 6:40 p.ra Arrive Topeka 9;io p. in Accommodation, daily ex. Sunday. VINEWOOD AND HIGHLAND PARK STHEET RAILWAY. Trains will leave Monroe Street station week days for Vinewood as follows: 6:45,9:19. 11:51, 3 U7, 5:41, 7:80, 8:30, 9:30. Trains win leave Vinewood for Monroe street at 7:67, 10:3i, 1:02, 4:19, tS:5o. BUSDAY TRAINS. leave Monroe street :02, 9:19, 10 35 11-51 l:t0, S:T, 4:24. 6:41. 7:30. 8:30, 9:30. Leave Vinewood 8:42, 8:ii0, 11:1G, 12-30. 2-30. 3:47. 5:04. 6:i4. Extra Sunday trains will be run according to company orders. Pocket ed.it.ou tune table will tm iksued ia near Xucure. BROWN COT THE MONUMENT. And as He Had Been, a. Good Fellow, the Boys Said Be Deserved It. At a little settlement on the Indian river, before the railroad was built, lived a penniless, g'dbd-hearted fellow of the name of John Brown. When Brown g-ot any money he would iivide it to the last cent with bia friends among the boys, and of course the boys liked hina. One day the boy found Brown dead r in the woods. They dug- him a grave, rolled him in a horse blanket and let him down in it and then drank several bottles of East coast bitters to his health and expressed the hope that whatever new climate he was in would be healthy. Some time later than that a strang-er came among1 them. He died and. as the weather was too warm to ship his body off, he was buried next to Brown. A week or two passed and the relatives of the stranger sent down money to erect a monument ever the grave of the strang-er. The boys took the thing; in hand ana discussed it pro and con. They came to the conclusion that Brown was a "durned" sig-ht better fellow in every way than the strang-er and more entitled to a monument, so one nig-ht they went out and swapped the men from one grave to the other. As a re sult Brown, the ne'er-do-well Bohe mian and all-around g-ood fellow, sleeps beneath a handsome marble monument and the rich strang-er lies in an unmarked grave. OLD GENTLEMAN'S MISTAKE. lie Pitied the fretty Girl and Sbe Lsoghed Cp Her Sleeve. She was only a typewriter girl, but she created quite an excitement in a suburban car in Louisville. When she got on the car the conductor no ticed that her left sleeve dangled helplessly by her side, so he helped her on tenderly, and said to himself "Poor thing-'." The passeng-ers also observed the empty sleeve, and were visibly sympathetic, one tart-looking" woman even moving- a trifle to g-ive the one-armed girl a seat. It was a very singular thing- to see such a well dressed, bright girl with only one arm, and public cariosity was at a hiffh pitch concerning- the cause of the pathetic empty sleeve. Finally the afflicted maiden dropped her purse, and the old gentleman who re stored it said kindly: "My dear, haw did you lose your arm?"' She turned her innocent violet eyes upon him in evident surprise and the passengers all presented their ears, aching to listen. "I haven't lost any of my arras," she replied, thrusting a neatly gloved hand in sight. "I just pulled my hand up into my sleeve to get it warm." Then all the passengers looked huffy and the conductor murmured; "Gee whiz! With them big1 sleeves the women can work 'most any kind o' racket." This May Account for Many Thlnra, Physicians are sometimes slightly put to their wits to find a suitable ex cuse for neglecting- an office patient when wishing- to devote a few min utes to something' else, but a Phila delphia specialist quite disting-uished himself in this line with one of his lady patients, the other day. He was about to treat her foot with electric ity, and she had just removed her stocking- in preparation, when the mail arrived. Desirous of reading1 one of the letters immediately, this diplomat gracefully secured time by saying-, in his most professional tones: "Just expose your foot to the atmos phere for a little while." Id Jest or Earnest? Sergeant Kelly, a celebrity of the Irish bar, had a remarkable habit of drawing-conclusions directly at var iance with his premises, and was con sequently nicknamed "Counsellor Therefore." In court, on one occasion, he thus addressed the jury: "The case is so clear, g-entlemen, that you cannot possibly misunderstand it, and I should pay your understandings a very poor compliment if I dwelt upon it for another minute, therefore, I shall at once proceed to explain it to you as minutely as possible." Ostrich Kfrgr. In olden times ostrich eg"gs were suspended in churches, the super stition beinsr "that the ostrich, being" a forg-etful bird, 'leaveth her eg-g-s in the dust,' and at length, when she beholdeth a certain star, returneth unto them, and cheereth them by her presence Therefore be the aforesaid eggs suspended in chvirches, this signifying- that man easily for getteth God, unless being- illuminated by a star, that is, by the influence of the'fioly Spirit, he is reminded to re turn to him by g-ood works." What Is There for Women to DoT The champion girl of the period lives near Tacoma, Wash. From April 1 to June 1 this year she planted three acres of potatoes, did all the cooking and sewing for the family, milked the cows, fed the calves, pigs, and chick ens, shot three chicken hawks and a wildcat, set the dog- on eighteen tramps, attended thirteen dances and three picnics, read five dime novels, and set up five nights in the week with her beau, and yet we often hear the question asked: 'What is there for women to do?' " Photographs of Lip-Speech." What is reg-arded as the greatest triumph of the photographer was the recent successful experiment by Pro fessor Dameny of Berlin in taking photographs of "lip-speech." By making- successive negatives of the movements of the lips of a rapid talker he managed to arrange photo graphs printed from them in such a manner that deaf mutes who wera familiar with "lip-speech" could plainly interpret every word that the speaker had uttered. -- - First published July 18. 1894. In tha Topek. State Journal. Ordinance TTo. 1725. AN ORDINANCE levying special assessments to redeem and pay certain internal improve- L ment bonds and interest on same of the city of Topeka, issued for the construction of sew ers. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Councilmen of the city ot Topeka. Sectiox 1. That for the purpose of provid ing a fund to redeem and pay the Installment of principal maturing in lsai of the Internal im provement bonds of the city of Topeka, issued lor the purpose of paying the cost of construc tion of sewers in sub-sewer districts "A" and 'B"' in sewer district No. 15 in the eity of Tope ka, said installment being oue-tentli thereof, there is hereby levied and assessed a special as sessment of los-ld mills on the dollar airainst such lot and piece of property liable therelor contained i.i said sub-aewer district "A," and there is also hereby levied and assessed a spec ial assessment of 8 5l-lu"0 iniils on the doliar against each lot and piece of property liablo therefor contained in sub-sewer district "B," ail bedijj in sewer district No. 15 in the city of Topeka, Kansas, as defined and described iu ordinance No. 1XIS of said city, entitled "An or dmancecreating sewer district No. 1, and sub set or districts "A" and "B" thereof, dftuuig the territory and establishing the boundary thereof, and providiu for an entire and com plete system of sewerage in each of said sewer districts of said sewer district No, 15, providiiiK the manner and means, and for a special assess ment to pay lor the construction of the sewers iu said sub-sewer districts, approved October 3d, iJ0. I.VTF.REJT. That for the purpose of providing a fund to pay the fourth annual Installment of tuterest on the internal improvement bonds of the city ol iopeka mentioned in section one of this ordi nance, and issued for the purpose of paying the cost of the construction of the sowers in Sub Sewer Districts "A" and "B" in Sewer District No. 15, in the Gity of i opeka, Kansas, said in terest maturing in 1S95 mi the unpaid Install ments ot said bonds, there is hereby levied and assessed a special assessment of 4 025-1,0110 nulls ou the dollar against each lot and piece of ground liable therefor contained In Sub-Sower District "A," and there Is hereby also levied and assessed a special assessment of 3 0-10 mills 011 the dollar against each lot and piece of f round liable therefor contained in Sub-Sewer iistrict "B." all being in Sewer District No. 15, in the Gity of Topeka.as delined and described lit Ordinance o. l.E-i of the City of Topeka as hereinbefore mentioned. Sk-. 2. That said special assessments are levied and assessed against each lot and piece of ground liable therelor in said sub- sewer dis tricts referred to in section one of this ordinance without regard to the buildings or improvements thereon and in accordance with the special benefits received from the construction ot said sewer and is based upon the special appraise ment or valuation made for said special assess ment as required by law. sec. 3. 1 hat for the purpose of providing a fund to redeem and pay the installment of the principal maturing in 18J5 of the internal im provement bonds of the City of Topeka issued for the purpose of paying: the cost of construc tion of sewer in Sewer Sub-District No. I'l, said instal.ment being one-tentii thereof, there Is hereby levied and assessed a special assess ment of 249ti-l,ooo iiiihs on the dollar against each lot and piece of ground liable therelor con tained in sewer Sub-District No. l in the City of iopeka, Kansas, as delined and described m Ordinance No. o," as follows, to-wit: Commencing at the intersection of the center of Jackson street with the center of Fit 111 street iu the city of iopeka; thence northerly along the center of Jackson street to a point thirty feet north of the south line of the city park; thence north 10'i decrees west, two hundred and lifty-live feet; thence north 73'i degrees east, two hundred aud seventy feet; thence east erly to the center of Kansas avenue; thence south along the center of Kansas avenue to a point opposite the north line of lot No. 101. Kan sas avenue; thence westerly to and alou the north Ime of lot No. 101 to the center of tho north and south alley between Kansas avenue and Jackson street; thence southerly along the center of said north and south aiiey to tho cen ter of Fifth street: thenee westerly along the center of Fifth street to the center of Jackson street to the place of beginning, ail In the city of Topeka, Kansas. INTEREST. That for the purpose of providing a fund tr pay the eighth annual installment ot Interest 01 tho internal improvement bonds of the city of "lopoka. mentioned in section throe of this ordi nance and issued for the purpose of paying the cost of constructing tho sewer in sewer sul-dis-irict No. twenty-one in the city of Topeka, Kan sas, said interest maturing in the year H'j.5, 011 the unpaid installments of said bonds, there is hereby levied and assessed a special assess ment of 45-100 mills on the doliar ajrainst such lot and piecoof ground liable therefor contained In said sewer sub-district No. 21 in the city of Topeka. Kansas, as aforesaid and as defined and described Ul section three of tills ordinance. sec 4. That said sjiecial assessments are levied and assessed against each lot aud piece of ground liable therelor in said sewer sub-district described in section three of this ordinance w ithout regard to the buildings or improvements thereon aud in accordance with the special ben efit received therefrom and is based upon the special appraisement and valuation for said spe cial assessment. SEWEB DISTP.TCT HO. 11. Sec. 5. That for the purpose of providing a fund to redeem and pay tho installment of prin cipal maturing in 18W, ot the internal iinpiove intMit bonds ot the city of Topeka, issued for the purpose of paying the Costs of constructing the seweTindistrictNo.il, said installment being ouo-te"uth thereof, there is hereby levied and assesse! a special assessment of 1 1 72-100 mills on the doliar against each lot and piece of ground liable therelor contained In sewer dis trict No.ll, in the said city of Topeka, Kansas, as described and defined in ordinance No. 73.3 as follows. towK: Commencing at a point on tiie east line oi Jackson street produced. ts5 feet north of tiie north line of First avenue; theuco north 71, 1-4 degrees west, eighteen feet to a point of beginning; thence south llfty-nino de grees, west 067 feet to an intersection with the center line of Van Buren street; thence south erly along the center line of Van Buren street to tui center line oi Fifth street; thence westerly a;M.'g tiie center line of Fifth street to the center bne of Topeka avenue; thence southerly along the et-uter line of iopeka avenue to the center line of Twelfth street; thence westerly along the oi-uter line of Twelfth street to the center line of i'olkstreet; thence southerly along the center line of l'oik street to the center line of lluntooii street; thence westerly along tiie center line of Huii toou street to the west line of section ti, to u ship 12, south of range 16, east of the bin prin cipal meridian; thence north along the said west line of M-clion 6 to the center of Iluntoon street; thence wes. along the center of liuutouu street to the center line of Buchancn street; thence northerly along the center line of Bu chanan street to the center line of Fourth street; tneuce easterly along the center line of Fourth street to tho center line ol Giay street; thenee northerly along the ceuter line of Clay street to trie center line of Third street; thence easterly a'oug the center line of Third street to tiie cet) -or line of Fibmure street; thence southerly alo?.' the center line of Fillmcre 'orreet to the nortXi line of section 31, township 11, south of range" 16, east of the sixth principal meridian; thence east along said nortli line of section yj, to a point 942.5 feet west of the east line of the southeast quarter of said sectional; theuco no! th 209 feet; thence west to the center line of Western avenue; thence northerly along the center line of Western avenue to the center line of Second tftreot produced; thence easterly along the center line of Second street produced to a point l4.29!Vt chains east of the center line of W estern avenlie; thence north 3j degrees and 6 niinutes.east 4.r.7 chains to the oast line of tho southwest quarter of section 3i, township 11. south of range 16 e?.st of tue sixth principal meridian; thence north along the east line of said uuihwest quarter of section :jo, to the cen ter line of the al:ey running easterly and Ijing between First avenue aud Eecond street; thence easterly aiong the center line of said alley to the wekt lme of lot 37, on First avenue west in the city of Topeka; thence northerly along the west line of said lot 37 to a point 30 feet north of the center of First avenue; thence easterly along the line ao leet north of the center line of First avenue to a point 3d feet east of the west line of Van Buren street; thence n irtlieriv aiong a line lying jiaraiiel to and 30 feet east of the west line of an Buren street to a point 4o;l feet north of the north line of First avenue; theuco north 4') decrees east.fioo feet to the Kan sas river: thence easterly along the Kansas river to the place of beginning, excepting a tract of land bounded as follows: Commencing at the northeast corner of the south half of the south east quarterof section Hti, township U, range 15 e.Hst; thence southerly along the east line of sa.'d section 36 to an intersection with the west lme f the alley between Taylor street and Western avenue: thence southerly along the west line of said alley produced to a point three feet nortn of tiie south line of Twelfth street to King's addition to the city of 'iopeka; thence westerly along said line to the center of Fill more street; thence northerly along the c 'liter line of Filimore street to the north hue of King's addition to tiie city of Topeka; thence easterly to the place of beginning, ail in the city of i o ieka, Kansas, known as "Sewer District No. 11." INTEREST, That for the purpose of providing a fund to lpay the eiht annual installment of interest oa , the internal improvement Erne's of t Topeka mentioned in sei d f nauce and issued for the pun cst of constructing a sewer i IS 'I I D - f the city of Iopeka Kan ia, s i I lug in 193 on the unpaid In.-ia mi bonds, there is iiereov levied in special assessment of 2n-li inn i against such lots and put :cs ol therefor contained in 1 vr 1 in the city of i opt ha, 1 a i s i , scrdied in section n t 1 1 i m HtCO. 6. That kial mi h -levied aud assessi d rf , t i-t ' " i of ground liable tiieretor in tne sa: tricl described llic lull if u without regard to the bu .Miiigsor i thereon and in u or I u i benefits received from the cons, ru se wer uud is based upon tim pei tl Iueut aii-i valuation maud for sa.d fcessmeuU' 6SWEB DISTRICT NO. 12. Skc. 7. That for the parpo-e of pr fund for the redemption and payment i stailmeut of principal maturing i.r 1-:- internal improvement Don-is oi me c peka, Kansas, is.suod for lue purp-'so . 7 f the costs of construct!!! r th se.v,-r i,i District No. 12, said insU.lmeut b-it4 thereof, tlure is hereby levied and se,... special assessment of 6 5 'sV lu.o ) in, s 'i i dj liar ugamst each lot and piece of cru.-n I ble therefor contained in said Sewi-r !.- No. 12, in said city as dehued and decrit- i Ordinance No. 74.1, as follows Pewit: Commencing at a point oa the south l-ti'ik the Kiin-as river opposite Hi-) ci-iio-r ol i north and south alley between Ma i.-imi ,i Jellerson streets: thence southerly a -n.g center of said north and south aiiey to ii -ter of the east au-1 west aiiey n-M inn ill - t j. street: thence westerly aiong sa-i it . west alley to the center ol Madison sireid; u ; southerly along th.) center ot Mutiii ' ' a point ! loot nor'. h oi the ui.nh i no ot i sit reet; theuco wsiTivui-ng the liu 1 ' f north of the north lineof Filih street to th - ter of .Monroe street; theuco souUiei ,y ! ' center of Monroe street to the ci-uler ol aveiiue; thence wesierly along tli ci irei Sixth avenue to the center of in.i.in thence sotKherly along the center of v i street to Hie center of tho ea.st and wo-i bi Iween Sixth avenue and scM'iilh s'r thence westerly along the center oi s.i, I i-an-l west alley to an in tersect 1. m w ;i is U.n - , of the north and south aiiey between .-.. s'reet and Kansas avenue; thence ..n.- : along the center of said north and son i li .,.. the center of the east and west auey n--.- Seventh street and i-.ighlh avenue; un-n -- -erly aiong the --enter of s.i.d e.-.i west alley to the center of i.-inn- y s-t. thence southerly along the ceuu-r - t o i street to the center of mo e.i-i mm alley between Figiith avenue and m.u ?,!r thence westerly luoiig the center of ll.e s.u i , named alley to the center of the noi'ih a m so alley between Quincy street and haie,n a nite; thence soiilucriy aioiu? the center or said last named alley to a po.nl oppos e north hue of lot No. 3o7, iu.uey sti .; Hen easterly along said last named line me.1 l:. tougatiou to the cenlor of quincy street: f .- ; southerly along the center of (.luiin-y s:r.. i the center of Tenth avenue; thence eost along the ceuter of Tenth avenue lo t!e in. section of the south line of Sec turn l"ni 11. south of range HI, east; theuco ea-teriy ; said section line to tho west line ot Vnr-iair.; aveiiue; thence northerly along tie) ri i.i.e Washiinrton avenue to the uoiih l.ne oi lot 158 llolliday street ; thence ensli-ny it .m s line produced to a point noo feet c.i l ot ti e i line of llolliday -trout; thence northerly t east of aud parallel with too eastern t ary of the laiius owned and covered by le-i-o the A. T. K S. F. It. It. Co. to a po i.l posito tho north line of 'lhornt.-iistri.-iu , westerly to tho ceuter line of the fin-r r.a l i ning noriher'y from Tnoruiou stret; i n i northerly to tne Kansas riverj theuco aiong the south bank of the Kansas r.ver i place of beginning, all in tic city of D i. Shawnee county, Kansas, known as sewer . trict No. 12. INTEKKST. That for the purpose of provid.ng a f .-. I pay tho eighth annual installment ol nd ei i the internal improvement bond-, id tue . , Topeka, mentioned in section 7 of tins -.in ance, and issued tor the purpose of puy n cost of constructing the sower in Sewer i No. 12, in the city of iopena. Kuns.is, s i. ! terest maturing in 1x115. ou tue m-pa.d ihm inenU OI said bonds, there is hereby b-v.od ; assessed a special assessment ot Lis in the doliar agauist each lot and foe- I v" liable therefor contained in Suwer Disii t i 12, iii said ciiy.as defined aud described i.i i- tion 7 of this ordinance. Sko.s. That said special assessrne ml are 1" and assessed against each lot and ground liable therefore in said s-w-i P described ill section seven of tin . ot n n o. without regard to tiio buildings or in.-im-menu thereon, and In accordance t li t!" cial benoiits received from the construe: m u said sewer and is tase-i upon tins sj.ii.iii. pra iseuient and valuation made for said i,.c, assessment. Si-:,'. !. i hat immediately upon tho pus .1 approval and publication of tins (.r.iii. : shall be the duty of the city clerk of ihe r. y 'Jopekato compute the an:. Mint icv.'-i und -.' sessed by this ordinance against 1 ,n 11 lot v. piece of ground liable therelor imd bo so make a certdied copy 01 tins or-iinan--- :. transmit the same to the county ciei k ol .v 1 nee county, Kansas, aud it shall I"' the dot , said county clerk to imiin-iiiaieiy p!,,. I amounts assessed against e-ich lot or j. groun-t upou tho ta x roils of shawu'-o e em' Kansas, which said amounts shall bo co.n n. in like manner as ot tier taxes. SKC. lu. This ordinance shall take eH,-" t ji be 111 force from and after its publication in t. official paper of the city of Topeka. Passed the council July 10, ly.i. Approved July 10, lsi'4. seal T W. If AKirr-n-v. M'ijor. Attest: S. S. McFadlikn , city Clera. First published In the official papor, Jul 1 I31H.J Ordinance No. 1723. AN Or.DINANCK to appropriate money o d of the Oeueral Improvement l-uud to pay i -ance due i. W. Durham lor'city dump. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Counc i l n f . the city ol Topeka: Sfctiox l. That the sum of four hi.tn'r -l twenty-live dollars $4g5.0O; be. and tb. s.i.n.- . hereby appropriated out of the .enr:ti 1 .1 provemenl fund to pay T. W. Durham tne P., -ance due him, in accordance with too 1 r je . -ings of March la, uu4. lor city dump. ,skc. '2. ibis ordinance shad 1,1 no -P. e -t be iu force Innii aud alter its publication iu t,. ofiiciai city paper. Passed the council July 1C, Jsf4. Approved on the loth day of July ls:i. skalJ X. W. lUuiiis.iv. '..v .r. Attest .b. S. Mci A I'l-i s , City Coi k... First published in the official city paper J . li. 1.3. j Ordinanoa 21 o. 1721. AN ORDINANCE repealing Ordinance " 1710, being an ordinance entitled -An m. nance providi ng lor the opening anf ml. lug of First street, establishing ab-in-.l -: trict to pay lor the same ami tne app -oiiiiu--ol appiaiMers tliereior and li'-s.-nijiiii tm. duties," approved June loth, 1 s.m. Be It ordained by the Mayor and Counciin-u the City of iopeka: Section 1. That Ordinance No. 1711. ' led "An ordinance providing fur the (,i . i,.: aud e lciiu.iig of liist slit--t. ostai-,,, : j benefit district to pay tor the same, and t - Iiointmeut of a ppi aisers t in reof an,i iii-s- i their duties," approved Jtiue ltit.ii. l- i, I o ,n th same ts berel-y repean-.t. Ski'. 2. 'i his ordinance shall take e.'T t i lie in force lrom and alter its publicat.oi m I. olficial city paper. l'assed the council July lClIi, 1 S --4. Approved July loth. KH. 1. IUi:i:p-iv, y Iskal. Attest: S.S. Mcaddh.n. City vor. All the talk in the world will not vince you fao quickly a 4 one ti iul f Witt's Witch Jlazel Salve fjr ! ' "i Burns, Bruises, fckiu AlTectiuiia and i J. K. Jones Prescott & Co. will remove West Eighth this month. 11 D. Holmes, drug-g-int. liil Kaasa The State JocitJiAL's Want sn-l " ' cellaneous columns reach eac!i day in the week, mora than two ; many Topeka people as can t-s re . through any other paper. 'I Lit i-i a f Peerless Steam Steam Laundr. Lautidry I t .