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STATE JOURNAL THURSDAY EVEVCSTGr JULY 26.
v ' ' I I 1 I i : HEXTS! SITUATIONS I KEAL ESTATE! AUCTION SALES! & OTHER CLASSIFIED AM. lBiTopitK4 statu Journal guarantees. every day it is pr-ii-nd. to civa a local Circula tion more than double that of any other Top ka piiier. and by lar 'h"' ""' (:,,ni u This maes this paper the cheape-it. as we I as the best daily advert. tin; luedurn in Toptka. the ciiuiad Uf4m Bieuts bmovr cost.nt: out FIVE CENTS A LINE, er w "-''v a lino for x. week; 60 ceaM by tbm i" t, c f!i!rD everyday exceed! 6.000 tout cireu.ation over g.oji. Sworn uetai.ed sttemects of circulation pra lenti l on appaeatu.n iT"C'ajauJ see nD afternoon bstw6n 4 ud 6. tue hana-omt, -a-test. most perfect piece ol prmiairf machinery .u Kansas a Web i'erteoW uig press, which pr uts iruiii two w uuw p.ete &-pae Laur a wtcuod. SITUATIONS JWANTED-FREt. Are you In n9i of work? If so. you are at liberty to use these columns for assistan-se in that direction. While th.s not.ca app-sars the KiATK JOURNAL Hal publish fres on sa.urday, Mot) day b q J Tuesday, for iopaka or Kansai peopie, a.i notices of Situalious Wanted." not excesdui" rive i.nai. or tu.rty-tiv ward, in length. Provided that ad advertisements of this nature are handed in previous to tun o'ckjo saturda morning; also on Wednes day. Thursday and Friday, ad advertising of this e.asS handed in by tea o clock Wednesday morn ui k. No aavrttemnti of this nature to be started except ou Saturdays and Wednesday. No ob ligation is incurs i on the part of lha advertis er. No worthy and needy inaa or woman need hesitate to tarte advant-aa of this Oder. No one In busuia-i or havirg employment isexpeetedto take advantage of it, but aii others invited b avail liieuie.ve iroeiy. WANTED HELP. AV AN : hLi A ir od girl f ir jrem-rai House work. lny,u .re at MG Monroe t. ANTED A pi sit ion as engineer or fireman by a compete it man of experience; can give be-t d refeieuces. Address, A. ii. S., Journal odice. rA .'liil a pos.tiou by ad-round hotel mau. Citpalna of ihi.n.' all Kinds of worK Also restaurant wo.k. I', i'rankiin, Halslead. Kansas. 'AM Hl Wai-hing for family or plain sew- ln. 1242. Jjino st. V ANTED Situation by a jrirl fourteen years old, to assist n light housework or as nurse jrirl. Address SI. "1. Journal oiliee. Al'AMhl) FosLion by a baker; firstc ass on bread and cake. Strict y te-nperaie, flrstclass retereuce. .--tate i;'es paid, sni.l tou'u preferred. Address, Lock, box Jrj. Mau haUn. Kans. ' ANTED-Situation by youn girl, aied flf- teen, to do go.ieral h lusewuri; can K'v piMd r lei t uce. Ca. or address LOUise iioward. T1S Lako st. AT A N'l l-.Jj Snu itlon as c.erk in grocery store. Four year's experience. tiood recoinineudatiou. Address, K. 1.. , Journal oinct. ' ANTED-Position by nurse g.rl. "N," care .Journ ii. Address A VT AN i 1.1- Woi k t'V eider. y I nlj as lmiise- keeper or nure; iias had experience. Ad dress !, " care Jo jina.. "IVANlKP-SM it'on a yantm in or mana- sitT: iiave h;ui 8 years experience; have h id ch irp J of y li d : ie- references. Address, 1". C. i'a.uur, I'eabi dy, Kans. WANTED M ISC ELL AN EOUS. W AN 1 l-.D- or jiouy. lo trade f ir oo.l drivinjj horse C'a.i viiirvja st. A N i 1. 1 Board for iudy convenient to Ciay seiiool. Aduress 1-ady, Journal office. XXANTED Hone with carriage, suitable for lady to dr.ve, for a ie.v vvee.iafor lis Keep. Address, ti. b I:, Ml Vest lulll. AVANTEli 1 o lorrovr :G iu on four pieces of improved Kdsw-jrdi proper. y, lowest vai uat on .s.70 oo. Ij an for i.nprovod property. Ailure, A. W. lie in, lhsWoiu, Kansas. ANTED To trade two horse wagon for one horse waou. 223 w est uih. r AN'J ED 1 o trade a line residence In JSIa- pie 11,11. Kauiai, no nicoiiib.auce. lor io ieka iTomTty. liupure at Vti Kansas ai enue or 5-3 E. sch st. ANTED Roo n and board in private fami ly. Address, J. J. .VI., care Journal. ANTED 'io buy a good cheap horse. Jelierson st. ' ANT ED Oru rs for p an tuning nv J. E. v v Mje.don ieit at li tbcock & Frost's, 701 Kail, ave. , or by postai card, box ANTED iiasoline stoves to repair at 70J ivansas ao. 3iie.ueu s iiaruware storey G.J. Lee. 'AN i ED t.a i l ia stovas cieanaj for S1.0J 1 K. ..!. rANTED Some smad reai eaa loaai. "V--N 1ED U'aiches. cl- cs and umDraaii lo repair c 7.d Kansas ava., upstair. YrANTAD To tnove. t"j:Uiii or slii uoosa- iioid goods, lieuuc. etc. SAijr ea an s -Ltt, 121 F. 6th St. BTPFCHAN IS' lilA.iar n.t STO.tA 13 CO W'-A-'D UUI you never heard of tin wara so cueaii. iiniriua More. Kansas ava. '--'- oa lou u lue x.iersiu Mi4 luiu 4Vu iiiu' uiuuov. Kansas ave. r0 3 RENT HOUSES. tl'O KENT To experienced tiotel man A - furuihe 1 bote. li-r:'0 days from Auud 1st Address. N. J., this olhCi. Ich li KN f i. ropery st re and msnt market In a No. 1 locat.cu, soutuwesi comer ot lotu and Muuj oe st. Uit KENT A gxil six roomUiMiA Jmuira I- ui Di. UoUv. Hi ltk oiai at ron RiNT-nooM3. 1,(M1 1 hNi Th- . i abie for liousetiot e uniurnished rooms suit- )t.p,iii;on Uisthoor. 3i2 K sih. Two cood unfurnished rooms , jrice rt par. 714 Jackson s. 1t)K I EST - a furnished or unfurnished rooms. 414 Wt-st 7th st. IOR HENT-Twii niceiy furuislied usuir front roomjs, clsjuu or h.njia Ludiie oli Jackson si. ""tn SALE Two and one-lialf acres of land joinihij tiie eh) on southeast, iiust be soid. Sea J. Colnns & Co. IOR SALE Wo offer the following lands for prices quoted, net to us. subjeu, to prevlou aa!a or chauge in price without notice: Kansas S. v . Soc 3, T. IS, R. 89, Greely Co. fl25.0'J. v. h of S. E. J4 and E. h of S. W. ii. Sec 2. T. 21, It. 1, llaui.lt in Co.. il JXOO. ' N. V. i of befi. i:7. T. aa, K. $lio.iX. 81, Seward Co.. s.etraska Lot ana 4 and K. vi of S. W. H. Sec. 7, T. 24. R. ltt, LoopC o., slii.Od. " - 7 vi -s. y. a, ail'l Y OI . Ii Bee, 4, I. 27. K. 11, Holt t o.. $12.3.00. A.CCtLiXJJC Xlll ST C'OMPAXT. F03 SALE REAL ESTATE. I?Vti SALE Due of the choicest residences In the city, at oie-haif lha real vaiue. E'or part.cuiais sea J. t. t o.i n. I70R SALE Some rare barg-a'ns lii houses ami choice residence lots a b id rock, prices. be J. S. CoiUxis, at 1 15 West Suxui aveuu. IOK KENT JK SALE Desirable fcojses la - Oakland. P.O. Moore, room 2. 4J Kaa. ave. IUit sALi Choice uourhan tracts of 5 acrai or more. aJjoiniiig taa ci.y ou tiia wast, ai trices ranin troui u Si."i par acn. Oaa lird emu. W. SI. FofiB:M. Soia AeaL FOrl SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. 1"ilt sale Some ;ood high grade I'ercheron teams, voting and sound. several good cheap work tea. lis. we. ghc 2ij ti 27uJ. come and see ina if you want uor.es. K. J. Small, at American Bank. North Topeka. I "'OK SALE A good heavy tean and 1 good mi.eh cow. U2i East ;uth st. Oli SALE C:hpa!. One just as frood as new me mlia.i. Wi.1 sail for o casu. Call at 417 West loth st. 1, OV. SA I E ao tons rf bright s.ra at $l per ton. Box 2aii T. peka. IOll SALE Household goods: also Smith- American oraa. uJ Auaais st. Joit A l,r. Several '.'0, to l,-jo pound norses. E. J. Small, at American buuk, ui lii io peka. 1,""K SALE: Two-year-old Jersey bud; corner Thomas and Oiester, Oaiaua. Foi; SALIC A firstclas-i Colum-'us liugsy Co. full leather top pineion. can be seen at Dr. L. Ii. AicCurd.'s iiVcry stao.a oa Kasl FiitJ Si. X4 Oa. nAii No. h washitiier, wortn $1.11. uow ouC KiVers.do scure. Kansas ava. IOK SALii shore tuna ioaiu at a percent - lntere-ic. siniort t i rennspati. iU. Al. estate or lane, proper. ee liecedict jb Co., tiJl Kansas ava. 17 OU SALE- OUt e l.re Grit mor;:ja,;ej, 7, a, j. 10 per ceaC bniioa oreeuspaa. LOST AND FOUNO. 1,"OUM)-A poctetbo.k ou mil street, be tween .M. disoii and Jet'i-r.vi sis. Ovner can havrt same by ca.lin; at laji Kansas avenue aim paynrr tor tti.s silver. is 'lueut. 4 Ol.Mi me n -si p.oUJ ,or-iK loi.i.nj cnairs J- and tab e.s. 1 lie l'iueiiix 1- urniture Co., 7 14 Kansas ave. W. SI. D kuou. Sla aer. 1 UL'XD-W.ndow sliade. for -vc each at the i nuL-n,x t urauuru co., Kansas ave. OUND The cheapest place :o buy furniture. me I'luetiiX r ura.iure co., i- ivausas ao. OST A Willie setter bird dotj wi;h yellow 1 ears ami a yellow spot on top o h.ps. Ho ward for return of same to v. It. Keuuady's drug store-. 4tti and Kansas ave. IOUXD die placa to have plumbing Uona;A. Aden, tias Kansas ava. iai. i. MISCELLANEOUS, USE Dr. Ye.lowstoue s Brazilian Oil tor rheu matism, and Slexicau lierb c ure lor ah dis eases of the b .ood. l'r,ce SO t ea is each. For sa.e by E. ii. Walter. Drugg.st, 111 Ea.-.t 5th st. W'lLLlAAI DWiOiii" CiILtlC'.l, v v , xam.nat.ou of i-ol 1 properties. Prescoit. Vava I'ai Co.. Ai.io i4 T. MOVED o. O. Lee's tin siiop to Slieldeu's hardware store. 702 Kuasas ave. IIAK.Nl-.aS AND liLl'AlS WoillC. ilarness -JL-a- iind siioe shop, pausu. loataar pj.i-.ii I ir buggy tops; repa,ri in ad Kiuii ol leatner goods; shoes hail so. ad for caats. K. F. Aieie erson, US', West Sixth streat. c 'AliPENTE It and repair work. Address, Wm. l.eedy. box sjj, .sof.ii lopeka. Kans. IllACiit'Aii tiA.so lUNtit lean of la lory expeiienca. Tracy, 7ji n-ausai ava. suhg:on3 AT 11. WAKD. A.M.. 1LD.. 717 Kansas Avkxus. Hours: 2 to 5 p. in. 1'rivai.a Hospital for wotnaa j3 Ureenwood aveuue. J J. iiAAIPSHIit.:. M. S.. SI. D. Puysiciaa and Mirgeon. oi i Kansas Avon. ie. Topekn 1 ll. U. ii. Coicoia, ixidaey atiU l-'iwute di 1J TC LL. oiuoe D00 East Fourth Street. MENKY SV. KOll V. SI. D. lUl'KA. IvAXsAS. C E. SHe-LDON". SI. D.. ' MTltlikhV AND IMsEASES OF VTOMR. With private liosp.ta.. O.lioo: No. 720 Kansas Ave. J. C. AlcUiAutoo. A. SI.. SI. D. Frances Storrs. A. B., SI. D. MfCLISTOL'li 4k. airOltK.". rractice limited to SUKGEK x and DiSiiA9KJ OFW oJklciN. Kansas avouao. OOioa noars, a to 4 p. ui. fK. MAKY E. STEWART. J Harrison si., corner cf 7th St. OBSTETKICS AND DISEASE.- O' WOMEN. Hours: lo to 12 a.m.. 2 to 4 p.m. Tele. 237. I DA C. jVJ.t-Siio, Si. D. CXTSce 732 Kan. Ava lies'.derice, Pith and Clay. Office Hours 9 a, m. u 11 a. in .&ud c p. iu. U 5 p. in. PUona 9ts. K. EVA iaAaOJlN O. 709 Kansas Avexcsl Te!e. VYl. I 1 H. J. K. MULVANE Bpeeiat attention given to ctronlo diseases. uuio opea au tioars. 600 Kas. Are. Phone 82. L. A. RYDER, M. D. , OFFICE and residence cor. (Tordon stnjat anl Central ave.. North lope. Piuaa 2il. L'ses the tirmkorhoil s'ste:n ol Uectai treat ment, a succes siai and pa.n.e.s traa.uiau; lor piles, tistuia, usiiura. u.cciaiioa. e.c. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS on farms and city property n ado at low rates. Privilege of payi si ) or mora. I. L. Ueizer, 610 Kausas avenue, O adiay 's bank. MONET L'lAN'EDoo horses, pianos, house hold goods, and a.i kinds ol cnattel securi ties. L. Ktscoe 52a Kansas avenue, room a. x I ONE Y to loan wi oonOs, ujjr.aas or por- tUlld. llOMi, uuo ana mort.gaol bought and soiX SljiO.V (iKKal-A!, iAltriK wishing a sata aa l pay.uj mvai moot lor tueir iu may, ca.i a. uaM oj ai, s oua o. Co. 1m ts.ai.isas ave. DENTISTRY. p EO. P. AbUlU.N, D.D. S.. DENTIST. N. W. corner Eighcii and Kansas avenues, Topeka, Kansas. LEGALS. "V'OTICE To whom It may concern: Be it known that my petition is ou ti e in tha pro bate court asking for a permit to seil iu.ox. eat ing Eijuors a. ssj Kansas avenue, iu tue secou J ward of the City of lo;jeka. iiear.ng for same is set for August l, i&m, a; 9 a. l 1. Wm. p Kzxxadt. Tojeka. Kans.. June 23ih. lVJi. Ring up American Steam Laundry, tele. 841, and have them call fur year laun.iry. Fine tVork. At Topeka bteaua Laundry. A ii oed Place t I'col O fT. Come out to the cold storage rooms of the sioeser Ice Co. one of tioa hot daya and get cooL Peerless Stesta Laundrj orlti43 fSS S1ITA FS E0HT2. TKAixrs to aiDM oar. Ka fiet en ad mtfr Jam IO, 189. WESTBOrXD. Lease Kansas City. Arrive Topeka. Lease Topeka, Trains. Wlch.. KlDrman at f rait local.. 113 8:19 am! 10: 35 am 8 15 am'lO-3") am 0:4O aia Oklahoma & lexas local... 113 5 10:40 am Pen. Si lex. Lim :8d am 11 :3J am; 11 :50 aia Caafornia Lim.. S.F.At El Paso Ex Kansas City &, Topeka plu-. Co;orado rsight Express , Man. ii B. Acc. P.x. Sunilay. .. Si l:0 pm 3:3o pm 1145 piui :4o pm . -to via 1 3:56 put 109 4:30 pmi 6:40 pm I 9:20 pm'll:35 pm 11:43 pm 7:30 ra 153 lseiweeu Kansas City and Topeka onij. EASTBOUND. " Arr.va i iava Afiiva Topeka. Topeka. Kausai i City. Trains. K. C. Ixscal (Viiumbiau Liin. Chicago Vesti bule Lim Atiuutic Express &l,souri Kiver Night Ex Topeka and Kansas City p-ug ilau. &. B. Acc. Ex. Kimdiiv. - Hi: 1:50 pm 2:00 pm 4:23 pm 4. 2:20 pJU it-.HJ pm O:oo pal 5:rCpm! 5:0 pm' 7:10 pm fc-.luain, 6:15 am 7iao am. 4:25 am 4:33 am 7:00 am 7:30 am; 9:40 am 0:00 tsm ..J no 154 Ketwteii Kansas' City and lope.a ou.y. ATCHISON AND ST. JOSEPH. N- i Leave 0':St. Joe. Leave , Arrive Atchis'n Topeka. Trains. pacific. lexico & Teaas 1.x pres Colorado Night Express 8:30 am 8:40 pm 9:20 am ll :20 am I 9:30 pm 11:25 pm 107 Lave Arrive ! Arrive Aicins'n St. Joe. Topeka. tit Ina Tnrn n t' Exiireis j 10S 5:15am 7:15am! 8:05am Express i 106' 5:05 pm' 7:00 pm 7:50 pm Buy raiiroad, Pulnnau or steannhip tickecs of HOW Lex" liKOS.. Agents Santa Fe route, southeast corner Sixtii and K;inas avenue. Topeka. O W. C. Uakvkv. Agent at Depot, Or ajba'oco & So:f. Auoa's, North Topeka. EC CI isiasd noun la affect on fend after April 29, 1804. WESTBOUND. i.e.iv e Trains. No. Kansas Arrive Leavo C.ty. Topeka. Topeka. Bolld Vestibu'o Express A 11 11:20 am 1:25 pm 1:35 pm Through Fast t x press B 9 9:80 pm UsSO pm 11:40 pm Chicago. Texas I Express A 1 10:3 am 12:4C pm 12:5 pm Bo u til western I.vS. J. Express A 13 9:33 am:12:40 pm ......... 8oui.fi west NVght L? S.J. I Ex pres 11 3 n -n r.m1' t vs 'i-K's-n EASlBuLNU. Arrive Trains. No. Arrive Leave Kansas Topeka. Topeka. City. Limited Ex- press A 12 1:26 pm 3:30 pm 6:35 pm Solid Liinite t Vesilbuia Ex press A 2 3:45 pm 3:50 pm 6:55 pm St. Joseph and Eastern Ex- ArS. J. press A 14 8:65 pm 7:20 pm Express and Mail via St. Ar 3. J. Joserh C 4 6:85 am 6:50 am 9:20am Express and Mall via Kau- m City C l 5:45am 6:00 am 8:00am A Dally. I? Daily, except Saturday, O jja:.y. except jiouuay. For tickets, sleep. ng-car berths and general Information, call at City Ticket office. 6ol Kan sas avenue, corner S.xtn street, (telephone 4aJ: t Passenicer Station, corner i irsi street ana Kansas avnue. (telephone ss-t); or at PostoOica, JkoriK Xopclta. tle.epuoue SH). H O. ClAKVET. City Passenger Agent. rsioi rAciria . Eastern Vestibule No. 8, leaves 2:47 p. ra. k. C. Accom. No. ev leaves 7:U a. in. Western Vestibuia No. 7, leaves U:ji p. m. sa.ma Accom. No. 5. leaves o SO p. m. Daily except Suud.ty. Ad others daily. Train No. . solid vastibuio to Cn.ca ;o. dlntni i.lTiiii'xv' ; r. tree chair cars, etc., running over tiia Cat f U ItUf tdJ A i SO Bi Alton from Kansas City, has tiiroua ' ' sieeper for St. lxuis via -Vlissouri PaciUo. train so. 7, soua vestiuuie ror Denver, making direct conuectioa for Paciflo coait llirouh I'uiiman cars for Halt Laa; tuxoatt oion.st car to 1'ortlaa 1. eto.. etc. City ticket o trie a. 66 Kansst are. WHSOPRl pacific. Train. No L't's Topeka To;vVa and P'ort Scott ac eomrpociattoii 25 10:00 a. m. A'v'sTopoka Sopeka and Tort Scott ac- timinovlatioa..... 286 5:30 p. tn. All Summer Lou? seekers for enjoyment and travelers who've an eyeopen 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. S"!5f!sl Everybody's fa vorito steamer the fi-uiaii handsomesteel "J1AMTOI" will start ber serol-weekly trips twixt Chicago and Sault Ste Marie, about June loth. m r P Send for Illustrated pim- z&WpJN' phlets. Address Jos. JBerolz- , ''jjT LAKE -niCII. AN I) LAKE X .v?fv scpebiobtha.ns.co. ' Rush and N. Water St. Chicago. VITsTEWOOD AND HIGHLAND FAHK STREET RAILWAY. Trains will leave Monroe Street s.tation week davs for V.newood as lodows: i:4j, w:la. 11:51, a:07. 5:41. 7:3). 8:31, y:3U. drains wm leave Vinewood for Monroe strea; at 7:7, 10:31, 1 :U2, 4:19, ti:M. Sl'SDAV TRAIN'S. Tave Monrj street 8:02, fl:l9, 10:33, 11:51, 1:50, 3:tr7. 4:24. 5:tt. 7 :i, 8:3). 3:30. Leave Vinewood 8:42. 6:50, 11:18, 12:33, 2:30, 8:-i7. 5:o4. 6:24. Extra Sunilav trains will be run according to company orders. Pocket ed.tioa time taoia will be issued in near future. Ia. T. Ss S. W. Leave Topeka. .. J ffl2S2.,Ml 7:3, a.m Arrive Leavenworth 11:00 a.m we sr. Leave Tavenworth. via Oska!oosa 6:43 p.ra Arrive Topeka :l0p.m Accommodation, dady ex. Sunday. Have Toa Tried Ilessr (irrmxn Htlve For Piles? If not, why not? Can yoa uTord to suffer longer for tiie sake of 5 cent, liiis la the price) of the greatest salve on the market, Sold aai warrant ed by W. IL Kenaadj-. To He store hair which has become thin, and keep the scalp clean and healthy, use Li o 2 L-dU u tJ HAIR VIGOR It prevents the hair from falling out or turning gray. The best Dressing FIRE ALARM NUMBERS. 'J 6 Btorso and Jackson sts. 6 Kausns ave. and P.ailroad St. 6 Goi-don 8s'd Taylor sts. T Laurent ajid Harrm sts. 8 (irant at. and Topeka ave. - 9 r"A" t. and Topeka ave. 12 Kansas ave. and Pourth c IS Kansas ave and Second st 14 No. i station. Kausas ave. near Gordon. 15 !onroe and Kious :s. 18 Kansas ave. and Carfied St. 17 Kansas and Tenth aves. 18 Kansas ave. and Thirteenth st. 19 Kansas and Euclid aves. 21 Crane and Adams sts. 22 No. 2 Station. Till st. near Kansas are. 23 Lake st. ar.d East Sixth ave. 24 Pourth and Brainier sts. 25 Seventh and llolliduy sts. -6 Eighth ave. and Siad.sou st. 27 Aentii ave. and sac :md l'-x stale road. t-eveniecn.il and Jelierson sts. 20 Third and Slouroe sts. 81 Sixth and Topeka aves. 82 bixm ave. and C lay st. 8J No. 3 Station. Jefler on st. near Fourth, 84 SS'esiern ave. and Ninth St. 86 Tr"-h and Topeka aves. , 86 p'ourtii and Tayior sts. 87 No. 4 S.ation. Clay st. near Eighth are. 88 Tweiftn and Tayar sts. 42 Eucud ave. and liucuaiian st. 48 Thirteenth and Lane sis. 45 Eleventh st. and Morris ave. 48 Sevemh and Lane sts. 47 Topeka ave. and Third Bt. 62 Eleventh and Monroe sts. 63 Tentli ave. and Lawrence sL 121 Kie.n and Seward aves. 123 No. 4ua Easr Six'h ave. iil-i Euclid and College ave. 41 Van liureu and Twelfth its. 61 (Juincy and rane sts. 64 l'ourth and Lapayetle sts. Boxes north of river. Fire alarms are sounded upon the tower bell at department headquarters by str.kmg the number of lha signal station nearest the tire, tn tlris manner: ll f'T box 4, four distinct strokes and repeated; if for box 13, one s.rone, a ihort pause, ilieu three strokes, and treated, thus, I III, I-ill. etc. "22" is souudeu for all fire within the district bounded by iif.h. Ninth. JarKson and ouincy streets. Tkn stkokks. and repeated, followed by the number of the signal station nearest the fire. Is the second ai.akm for a serious tire. Thhkc 8THOk.es. followed by twjlvi, and repeated, is the oekchal alahm tor a verf dangerous fire, and calls out the entire depart ment with a deiau of police. Two strokes, siowiy. Indicates fibk is otrr One long wuist.e from water works, for flrei south of river. Three whisties from sain a, to Ares north of river. CHICAGO OLTO H R. R. 0SLY ST0N3 FALLIS7ED TS1CX. NO CHANGE OP CARS BETWEEN KANSAS CITY and CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY and ST. LOUIS, ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO. Ro Extra Charge for Passage la Palace Reclining Chair Cars NOR IN Fast Yes'ilnlEu. LiEri'el Train,. Ask your own HomeTicket Agent for tickets Tia the Chicago & Alton Kadroad, or write to I. BOWES, GenT Western Passenger Agt, 216 KOBTU BliOADWAY, ST. X.0CI3, MO. JAMES CHARLTON", General Passenger and Ticket Agent, CHICAGO, ILL. FUst pubUshed on the 26th d ly of July. 184, in the oillcial city paper. PROPOSALS. Office of CityCi.f.kk, 1 lorEKA. Kansas, v Ju.y 2t, lotM. ) Seal proposals will be received at this office un.ii Wednesday, August 1. ls.tl. atSo'c.ock p. m. for the construction and completion of such vitruied brick sidewalks, meut.oued m a resolu tion which was adopted by the. mayor and coun cil of lb City of Topeka, July 2. 1S4, and such oilier waiks a have oeen ordered on petitions excepting iher from such walks as are con structed by the owit - . ' f the property or as shall be exempt by resolution or tUe council. All walks io be constructed In conformity with oi dmanee No. lanti. approved Ju ie 2, lsyi. lro posais to be made for Vitrified brick wa ks on and foundation per square loot. All material used in me construction of all the sidewal.-ts shad be subject to the inspection I anil acceptance of the ci.y engineer, or such I other perjoii as may be designate 1 by him; all ! of ihe work to be done under Ins K"erai super- ! vision and subject to the tiuai inspection and ac- ' cejitance by tiie mayor and conned, i Each bidder wil. be requ.red to deposit a sam- j pie of the br.ck to be used wita the City en gineer, it ns insp.'c.iou aua appioai oeioia auv contract sha.l b let. All proposals for any of the walks to be made upon the basis of payments iu "sidewa k script" oi , he city of 1 opeka. payab.e as to.low: Oue talf on January l, is 5; oue-fotirth July 1, l&jo; and one-fourth October 10. laJi. Ail proposals must i e accompanied by a certi fied checii of slou in favor ot me city of T- pea. as a guarant ee that ii the wor or any part of It shad be awarded to the party m.ikiu,' such pro posals lie will enter luio a written contract, wi.n n three days afier siirh award, to porform the work w chiu such tinu as the mayor and council may designate at the l.nn of awarding tiie contract. And the succesiul b dder sliail g.ve a jrixid and suuicient bond. Witu two or more suret.es, to be approved by the mayor lor the lailufni perforinauce of ins contract. The mayor ami conned reserve the rig;ht to re ject any or ait b ds. I SitAJb.1 Attest: 8. S. JIcFaddkx, City Cierk. Do Yon Desire Clear, Transparent Hklnf Begins' Blood Purilier and Biood Maker will remove all disorders from the blood and leave your Bkin clear, transparent and youthful. Sold and warranted by W. R. Kennady. Come out and see those cold storage rooms at the Sioeser ice taf'g-, plant. Small in size, great la results: De Witt's Little Early Kiaera. Best pill for Constipation, best for Sick Headache test for ttour Siotaucii. J. K. Juu& KNIGHTS TEMPLARS. finuidl CommMidnry of Connect lent Ijk mra Star sum Otbr Note. The grand coenmandery ot Connectlcat, In annual oration at Dan bury, elected the following officers: Grand commander, O. Herricit Wilson; deputy frrand commander, Hugh Stirling; errand generaliasimo, L. If. Johnson; grand captain general, Samuel XI. Bronson; grand prelate, William Wil ley; grand senior warden, W. E. Risley; grand junior warden, II. H. Abbey; grand treas urer, W. H. Higby; grand records r, J. K. Wheeler; grand standard bearer. D. 11. Lester; grand sword bearer. Frank Street trrand warder, J. M.?"itb; grand sentinel. D. C. Card; iopectoi Q eral, F. C. Spencer. The annual session of the grand com maodery of Michigan will convene in Kala mazoo on May IS. Knights of the Buckeye State will go to the triennial conclave at Bovton in August, ISaS, 1.500 strenjr. The minimum fees for the commandery in Illinois are $73 for Chicago and $40 else wbtre. Tbe state of Washington ba 8 command cries and 5C9 Knights. Sir Henry P. Mcintosh la grand com niauder of the grand commandery of Ohio. Total receipts for Ohio, Masonic home, $70,707.72; expenditures, $34,604.98; unpaid subscriptions, $J8,Sia.S8. Minnesota Las 108 lodges and 14,000 Ma Eons. The oldest commandery In the United State is located in South Carolina. It is named after the btate and is Ko. 1, of course. There are in New York state 186 chap ters, R. A. M., with a membership of cloie to 13,000. The (trrand commandery of Michigan. K. T., w ill convene at Kalamazoo on May 13. In Great Britain tbe craft is presided over by the Prince of Wales. In Sweden and Norway the grand mastership is held by King Oscar, who occupied the ofilce before his ascension to the throne. Ttoyal Arch Masonry in New York state gained 814 last year in membership. The grand chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star was organized iu New York city Nov. 7, 1S70. Since that date there has not beeu a season of such general prosperity as has marked the fall and winter months Of lfe93 and lbSH. The present membership of the Order of the East t-iii Star in tbe United States is be tween 50,000 and 60,000. ODD FELLOWS. Lodge Property Slioold Be Insured Fra ternal 3IIcetIany. Subordinate lodges should not fail to keep their property well insured. It will pay in the long run. Should uny lode be so un fortunate us to be burned out, then it will not be compelled to aak assistance from sis ttr lodges. West Virginia has 123 lodges and 8.SC5 members. Increase for the year, 7ts5 mem bcrs. The fiftieth anniversary of the grand lodge of New Hampshire will probably be celebrated July W. By the collapse of the walls of the Spen cer block in Pawtucket, R. I., Enterprise lodfrce has sustained a serious loss. Its lodgerooms were ou the top floor aud had just been refitted at a cost of 2,100. The lodge estimates Its loss at 53,500. It was In sured ayuin.st fire and water, but not falling walls. San Francisco has 23 lodges, with as&eU of 505,8SS. The status of the order is 10.EOO lodges, 8"5,0o0 member, 2,700 encampments, 150. 000 Patriarchs, 8,000 Rebekah lodges, 200,000 members. The next meeting of the sovereign grand lodge will be held at Chattanooga- next September. Four million dollars was the amount ex pended in the United States and Canada for the cause of charity by the sovereign grand lodge during the year prior to its last meet ing. On tbe occasion of instituting Sabatia lodge. No. 225, at Taunton, Mass., recently 214 candidates were initiated into the mys teries cf the order. Peterboro (N. H.) lodge. No. 15, Las ex pended S00 in the purchase of new para phernalia. The Pacific coast generally was until re cently UDder one commander. It is now divided as follows: California, General E. H. Black, San Francisco; Oregon, Captain T. V. Freehold, Portland; W ashiiigtou. Major II. E. Holmes, Seattle; Nevada, Cap tain R. C. Leeper, Reno. The grand treasurer of the grand encamp ment of New Y'ork reports receipts for the jear $42,342.90 and disbursements $22,328.07. That there will be an Odd Fellows' borne and an Orphans' home in California ere long is assured. Under the jurisdiction of the grand lodge f Australasia there are 247 lodges end lt, fts8 members. Cantons are numbered in consecutive or der, according to the date of organization, and nine members constitute a quorum. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Tents for tbe National Encampment Hel met O lints. The camp and camp grounds committee for the national encampment to be held at Wa&hington next August have awarded contracts for 3,322 tents, with privileges of 1,000 additional if needed. These tents will be placed in position on the Monument grounds aud ready for occupancy Aug. 23 and remain in position until Sept. 1. It is estimated that the tents will accommodate in the neighborhood of 15,000 uniformed Knights. New York city has at present 73 lodges, with over 17,000 members. Tennessee will organize a past chancellor association. Iowa has 13 new lodges since last session of the grand lodge. Nearly every state in the Union Is advo cating a Pythian home. The statistics compiled by the grand keeper of records and seal show that on Dec. 31, lb63. there were in Missouri juris diction 10,625 members, an increase for the term ending that date of 43L Increase in number of lodges, 10. W. S. O'Brien, grand keeper of records and seal of Colorado, will hereafter be found at Salida. Knlffhts of the Golden Eagle. It is expected that five castles will be in stituted in Pennsylvania prior to the grand castle session May 8. The first castle was erected in Pennsyl vania at Philadelphia Oct. 1, 1S75. The grand temple ol Pennsylvania, La dies of the Golden Eagle, will be instituted fit Ertton May & There are 34 temples in Che stta TWO NOTED SISTER 3. Oas Jtefn4 t Py Ti 1 ' Translated the lllble. At s recent meeting- of t'.e " Bights club at Hartford, Coin. ' L. D. Bacon gave Ra int r sketch of the late llis.3 ALby . t . f. Glastonbury, Conn., who f r i -years refused to pay her taxes i the did not have a vote, wlnh . t sister Julia raised cows and i.. 1 1 . translations of the bible. A' raised the breeze that wafted t'..- a ' fame. In the days of the 'Miller. tes ' and their talk about the enl fl i world, Julia wanted to learn if t was s,ny warrant lo the c' i Hebrew for Miller's predictions., 1. s. the end of th world in 1 a 1 i ; s studied Hebrew and than vveat t work and translated the bibl. I have been unable to find," sail Mr. Bacon, "that any one man translate i the whole bible alone. T!ia X : ' '. ) has been worked up by many different hands, and has appear 1 under different nam?, a V i i lifTe's Bible,' Ty n dale's Bible.' Cover dale's Bible, 'Cranmer'i Bible, su4 Kins? James' bible.' No on man vrr did the work alone and unaideJL Tbi was left for a woman to do, iri i only twice, but five thnei did s'ai j re form this herculean labor, anJ t modestly shut the translations t . her closet for a quarter of a ceDtury, never at the time intending to pub lish them- Probablj no woman after the ag-e of 80 can show such a reo r i as that of Julia Smith. At tho of 62 she had a lawsuit In her town which wai decided in her favor, anJ was then appealed by tha'defendaut to the court of common pteas in th's eity, resulting in a lon-j- trial, th ... Smith sisters coming1 over every day, Julia beinjj the brightest vvitaaM oa the stand, in spite of her fuur-fi-ore years and two. At the Bg-e of Si she published her translation of tha b.l e. At the age of 88 she was married, making a record which eas'.ly dis tances the records of ordinary taorta'. la the '80 s." CAST-IRON DR1CK3. Walls ot Some German limitation Cons t roc ted of 1nt 91 torlL "While I was in Germany last year," said W. L. Burgess of New llaven, "I came across several wall 6urroundiDjr some of the public insti tutions that were constructed out vf cast-iron bricks. These brickf cer tainly have many advantage ovrr ti. old fashioned clay bricks, thong fi they may not prove to be superior in all respects. In form and ante tbes't bricks resemble our ordinary brie'e?-, but they are composed of cast-iro s and hollow. The shell is so tbiti that the brick weighs less tlian ono of clay. A wall is built of such ma terial without the usu of mor tar, And no skilled labor is re quired in laying them. The vt p f and lower sides of the bricks are ; - -vided with grooves and t-rojec? i n r ribs, which fit into each other easily and perfectly, and form a. wall uf great Btrensftli. There are a'ug two large circular opening-s in the up;.er side of each brick, arrange 1 no a to receive projections on the lower siJc of the brick that is to be placed above. It. One of the projection ii Lo k shaped, which secures a fiolid hol-i. A wall of these bricks is put toeti.:r very quickly. After the wall buiii it is covered with paint. This oh.-- all the cracks rendering the wall air tight, and prevents tho bricks fro.i rusting-. The bricks are very dnratic, end a b-iiluinfr constructed of thoiu would be practically fireproof. A Canine Crusade. A crusade is about to be bfjuu j ag-ainst the canine race, says a Pari- letter. It has been discovered that whereas there are nearly 50 J, 0 3 dow ! in Paris there are only ora b ., . that are licensed. Should the author ities carry out their intention of making1 a hecatomb of all d ; ,j t f'Vr whom licenses have not been procure 4 a profitable industry will be ovrtai.ea by ruin. For the 500,000 dnr; cost, according1 to ofiicial statistics, over $5,000,000 for especially prepared fu L There are twenty-five manufacturers of dorr collars and muzzles, who em ploy considerably over 1,000 LaaJ,, there are five doj? bakers, sit manu facturers of dog" biscuits. 150 do 1. . r bers, three pharmacies stocked with canine medicines, two dozen cmiia infirmaries, and two great do; Lo-r-.U tals, all of which will have to clvs.i up if the government proceed s wit U the contemplated slaughter of the c. oine innocents. Heavy Taxes A rrion Ancient IIetr. During the reig'n of Solomon lLa taxation of the Hebrews became si j heavy that immediately on the . -' cession of his son a demand for a t -I duction was made, and upon its r t f al the chief tax collector. A Ji i was stoned to ceatli. and icet-. . : of the ten tribes at once foliov, , Among-the Hebrews during the t' -racy the taxes were very There was a poll tax of half a &I. 1 (about 30 cents) a tribute of tha Cr.l fruits and first born of animals, a re demption tax of the first born wa, a. tithe for the tabernacle, another f - the Levites, and a third, every third ye:tr, for th poor. It La. been computed that the total taxa tion exceeded thirty-six par cent t, the land valuation. Fl-nnant Fovertr. She thnujjht he was a multi-mil l' aire, yet he had prefaced his ru;i j of inarriag-e with the discount :'i n formation that he was miserably po "But I don't want to become a bur l on a poor man," she answer d i tatin-ly. "You won't, my dear," urged. "Why not? You r ; o aren't you?" "Yes, miserably ; -for what are my millions if I l a not you to help me spend them?" A she was almost smothered i.a tha i to get to his arauh