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STATU JOURNAL, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 11, 1S04. THE STATE JQUH1L c Ft iciiij ?A? 22: tii i c:ti or tj?ha Lt Fkanx 1'. M.cLKNfAsr. 'L'JuliXi Ojr' K i"it.Cii 1'J.vJ-i. TAI LV. fKii'-rnrn oi:kiki:...10 ckvt a WX I. AM t-A T OK Tl'I'KK A O : S Htllit, It AT TltK SAMK I'lilCK I.N AsY KANSAS TOWX W H KHK 1 Hi 1' vl-KU HAS A IA ui.lr.lt VTK-M. 11 MAIL, THUS'! 1 lis $ W lik MAIL. ONK t.AK V JtiivLk tmilo.S, l'KH VHAH AU.lrei, tTAl Topck.i. Ivauui. vpiit-: fii:st rvri n in kaxaa'I to sk- dt cure om .e:ni-il w.re servi in of nil Asi3iat-.l Vrr.-n: comro oxCiinive.y tr i'uiu. tn I'U.i 1 .ty .virtic.) of liu tr.. ur ; in.. i....i f r tu ..:. .ii'i of i j,v.. A le.'jr i i i 'j jra;jr iu til t-1 A r K .1. n; it s" Al. o llct is s, ,i.iyj 4 f ir tlu so. a t iriHivuui .! rep ji -. tvu.ou co no ; c a- .i 'ii.,y IT 1:1 :! it. III. Cut 4:l p. ill. (.Vl.il i,ii.f!:iiM of iin-tor.iiii: iwvt 11 t i. in.) orjt wirg r.ri.j.ii 4 111 : 1.1.4 .. J 1 .1.1 1 11 . I 0.11 f r tha day A-.soe i.e I UJ iouiss uj;irdeu uu Lours jvo ii.i 11 1 1. ir 1 lis -Sr i k .louitVAU Is the only ppr la Tansa reuo.vi.i,; tlm ! ui U.iy Asaoc.ateJ. l'rin i.f i"r. t-rfflie Stvtk ioi'in-u. his a re;u ar arsr lia.l hoe l.re.i:a.i;j.i lit 1o;ioa of 1Q I-,1 1 ian ait oMisr apical Citr Kvii o C!m 1. 1 noil, mini l'iiiti.j Ilitr. uf lt irnioi 1 i...niliiur-j vt.-y efd.ia).f) woru.a uu.fi 1 iiir. nsf-Marnber of tha Amerlcaa Kttwspaper 1 1 !i.jr-i" Asti.). i 1 no Srrre JmntTAL Prssi room Is run pi I run I. in 1.11 11 r Wej Perfeo;ini J i .imni 1'rc-sH rlie 41. 111, U i:n.i an.l lAi.t f.iKi) of i 1 . 11 ; 1 1 1 in icli.ii.jry 111 tue siato. llfathfr ndtr.ttiii. Wi'iiiMirox, Aug. II. Fvrec.at un til 8 p. m., Hunday: Fur Kansas Fair, westerly windt. The eenate conrerries are a: ill willing to coaiprouiise by huv.ug the house give io, It is plain to everyone that this con gruss can't pas a tariff bill so why doesn't it go horns. If men are w dliug to go around mak ing political apeec'nes this kind of weath er, they ail deicrve to b' elected. If the bicycle relay r:der3 keep oa gaining time, they will ba at Denver te fore. they starte I from Vj9hinjf loo. Mr. Koib aid his iuppor'.eri grow quUa itnpuduut; they aeiin 10 think ttiat tho D.'uiocraia have uc- riiit to steal un election. Tns Santa Fe stocic iicl 1 seem to bo to of tha opia'ton that jjoitin in. o th3 Liu 1) of thfl rocivors and e:tio out fcra two tjaitj d IT-'.e.it t h i :i . Mr. Ueih cjiaei f ji th from his ob tacuriy Sotif,' o;i :ig:i to Hike a very per tinent su'X-'i! inti to the banta Fv uiua agfcuieuc al o-.it obeying tie law. "VvTr.iiS never mute anything by staying at hi-tuj in A iv'i-nna," aays tha Khuh.u C.ty Jo irnal. l,'ftie ballot hoxea iho'.v a full vi.-:" j.ut t:u s nie." You can't f rczj c i.vrr :as out, you can't ruasi it o it, yta cj.:i'C all i.-na i: oat, and it ii Uouhtful if yu couli gat it to budra from W'H'ii'ijIoi vvitii 3.aji8. Tub people of Alabama appear to bo about to nettle ! hd q in i.ju of frau Julent e'.ectiona a:no:i ; tho.Ucelrea. They can't oomplaiu of federal ituerferenca then. Tokrk will bu more people killed in trying to prevent maa iiijti;ijjj ia M.l waukea tkuti if the mnad ptix were al lowed full sway, from present indications. "What the etfact of thU admiaUtratioa will be in only a queSi.io; of tiaie wiih the Democrat. It U vviiethor they will go out of power for llfiy yeara or for ever. Vv'ue.m peoplo stop to think that the wreck of the Uoei lil md tr.ua wai the diliberate work of ito 11 j men t!uy can easily see. why capital puaUhnient is uot atvlibhed. Ir th A'.aiiaint Dj.u icn.a desire to be completely ex ner.i ed from all the chargas agaimt them of billot box atulT Ing they should have tha Boua.e iuveii.i gate them. It is thought by m n tiiat t he Hock Inland train wreck w n djue in revenue by Uound Pou 1 sympai h.zer. Whether it lie true or riot inuoceat people were the uilerera as us.ial. Fknatok l'KFiTER'a idaa of the place Groer C.evela.id will nccupy in liiasory, cannot but incre.ua ona'a rei eot for the Kaunas senator's ability. Perhaps he has a brain af.er all. Tiik Republic mi of Alabama seem to gree with ex-enator Ing il;s,that a Dem ocrat is worae than a 1 opulist. They are ail to have voted the Populist ticket at the recent election. "John Bhekmak is the greatest man in the o'd school of lisiauce,' ay .Mr. Pef fer. It is pretty clore to heresy for u Populist to eay even that. The senator had better watch our. TiTE Pullman compmy will evict the striding tenants for 1101 payment of rent. Perhaps they can do about as well to be without homes ani hive a little some thing to eat as to have h msesauJ pay all their wages for reut wi.hout anything to eat. An Emporia maa had been married three limes and after procuring the li eea'se for the fourth h committed sui cide. If a mau could survive three mar riages there doesn't seem to be any reas oauHa eicuia for c;uiiiing before a f o artli. The faith with which the Populists ad here to their belief tl at they will some time be sble to brealt the solid sou h is little less than sublinia. The experience vf tho Republican putty which tried for twenty-five years to p3rform the seem ingly impossible does; not appear to have any daterriu influence. Wuaa tha re sult in Alabama is aei.do.1 taey will set about carrying Georgia and Arkansas. It ia doubtful if they ca 1 ever succeed u itii tuey adopt tiie sjutheru iuvth d of carryiuir elections, vvhico is to coait more ba.lo.9 than the opposition re'ard leiS of how tho people vote. Tue ibj publ.c.ius dowu there tried it in ls73 and had the lectoal vites of threo s.atej counted for their ca-i l.daie; it was the oniy time that southern Republicans ever obtaiue I suhsfa-itial jut ice. TnERE is likely to be trouble in Ala bama. It was only averted two years ago by a promise oa -thj part of the Demo crats that they would pass a concert law which would provide for the settiemeut of post-election controversies. This they did uot do. Tiie reason is oovious. Such a law might interfere wi:h their method of carrying election. They ad p:e I the same old taci.es tn;s year and rolled up a major. ty of B4.bW from the "black belt" for their candidates, n4 aaiajt2S,JJi two years ago. To obt.iiu such a uiaj jrity it would be nc'ssary for the negroes to vote the ticket almost unanimously. Does anybody bel.eve that the colored voters of the south could be induced to vote the Democratic ticket to any considerable extent ? The Republicans of Kingman county adopted the followiug resolutions at their convention: Resolved. First That we endorse the Reimbi.cnu state platform of mule at Topeka, Kan., and ihe R'pull.cau plallorm of this congressional d.-str.ct. tsecoud That we condemn tiie Popu list state senate for delea i.ig the Green lee railroad fre.ght b.ll in I'i'Jd, and pK-dge tiie uumiui'o of this conveiinon for represeutaiive 10 vote and wor.t for eq lit.ible fre.ght reductions; and we also l..v..r tiie election of railroad com.uie siouers by tiie people. The independence of the Kingman Republicans is pralewortny. Alter co n meudiug the Rei ubl.can state platform, which said nothing at ah about the rail road question, thi Kingman county Re publicans remedy tho deficiency by adopting a railroad plank of their own. The adoption of sueu a plank is in one Hense a criticism of tha stnte Reputdicau CJiiveutiou for remaiuing sden'. on a qnestion of gre it importance in Kaunas. J. G. SLONi CiiiUrrf 151 LL l-rovi.lln f r "- in i ' -jr . rl.t -.1' lo i ir. e'l to Hi.. it.u .'. in ui i : A bill profi ling for c it.ipti s ry arb" tr iiio.i -,iai iir i.v,i up so. a u,iw a g , i:n m -dintely after trie gr iat s:rio, i.y J. ii. b. oiiec;ier o; tais c.ty a il v.i , in.n:t:e 1 by Ciianes Cur.is to the co oiriuuee on labr. Tue committee dii not raport tho bid to the house, Out s.ii d rapj.'tf J ih tSjiringer iui!, wa.cii provides for a board of aro.tratioii only w.ie i 00 :1 par mi to tho con trover ;y sriali agr-Je to submit tne.r d If r-uOc! s to arh.-iMrio i. I 'm is coiisidere 1 tue weak j 0.0L i 1 tue i-ii., as Hi ;re ii uo.v suju a in. e.v.ani. vv..ieu is seldom used. -Mr. !u.tecker has receiv.? 1 a letti-r lrom Co 1 gre 3 .n i 1 Curtis wnc'i s.iys taut th-Te w.ii oe no arbi rauon Ij.i1 p is.-e 1 at this sessiou of c nif-e.)-, so .Mr. irjio oecxer's bill will pr il.uoiy get a hear ing Li-forn the next co igr.-as. '1 .10 bill drifted by .dr. Sri nee'eer is intended to apply only to r.u roa 1j en g.igiid .11 the i ns.ue .s of inter-state c iu uierce and the r emp. ives on tn ." grou i 1 that congre,s Iui no rig it to go fnrJuir. Tho bill makes t the du y of the rail roads to f urutsu ad tq-iato lacditii'S at ail times for the ira isiii.s-iion of puol.c buji uess. It m ike j it a publ.c d icy to train act business. Il is ill .d j unl-iwiui for rati roads or any -agent ui the rji.lt to d.s cnarge iiny ciasi 01 em loye. u a bo ly or d ) auytiiin vv.nc.i wui ui erfer wi 11 the perioruia.ice oi lae.rduiy 10 tue puo- I. c. The bill al-o makes it unlawful for the empl yes to s.riKe or to com .11 i1. any other ac. wtnch wnui 1 preveii tho ri.lro.ils from tue performance uf tiis.r dot ies. It provides ior tbie and 1 111 pns m men t for a violation of tnee pr.v.s.i;ns of tiie b .1. Tl.e line is ma le heavier for a violation on tue part of the co.110.1r1 because the line Wool i proba.-ly operate aaui-t but one ine.nber of tuo uouipany, whiie ia the cie of the employes a iare rns-s of men will be concerned, and tils iudivi 1- II. il line is ma 1 l.g it. 1 hire wtil be no bo ird of arbitration, but a court composed of live judg:. lio.diug their o .iees I r a.x years and appointed by the prei.len', wan he. l quarteri at xVasnin loii. Tub c )uri. is trivi'ti the r.gat loholi so nio is 'vherevtr United t ales c.iiir s are held an i Lie United ti ates ciicuit court cir-r.v.s aril marh.iis ure made ex-olho.o otliers of tue court of aruurutiou so that 110 uuiv court otiicers will l uece-sarr. Wiieu a-iy d spu.a or disagreement in regard to rate of wages, or k.u.i, mariner or timo of euip.oytn jiii, or o.her in uters v hlcii aifec; the relation between tue ra Iroad compiuy and any employes, arises, either party may submit tue d.f (erence to the court of aruitrutiou, by til ing a compiaiut wiih the cleric of the c. rcuit court. Tue co or; tlu.i ci es t is opposite party to apoear at a ti n3 and place tixed by if, and after hearing both sides the court determines the tu itier in controversy. The court is given the sauio power to enforce its orders that the Uuited Spates circu.t courts now have.' The employes are given the right to call on the Uuited Stite district attor ney forcounsel an I alvicj. Either jiarty is givea the rirht to appeal to tiie United istaies court of appeals, but the decision of the court of uroaration remains iu force uadl the appeal is decided. For ..Vfr FhHf leiri Jdra. Window's Soothing Syrup has been used for teethiug. It soothes, softens the gums, allays pa.n, cures colic. Rest teaiedy ior diarruoea. iti ceuts. a bottle. Silver Leaf vinegar remains in the front. It is the best table and pickl.utr vinegar. Ask your irroer for it a id tako no oilier. It is the cheapest. The Stats Journal's Want ani Mis cellaneous columns reac'i each working day in the weex more than twice as mauy Tojieka people as can be teachsd through any other paper. This is a fj&ct. Peerless Steaui Steam Laundry. Laundry 19. las i t kUT OF BALL-TOSSING THE STAR NEW YOHK PITCHER TELLS ABOUT IT. n 'Vrrltws of n! "Tntioot," ."Oati" unci "Drop An Arcarnt Kye In SIot Im p .i tant Siutly.il j tb liatsxuan's Weals lolut. Amtiltlm of tton. It 19 Fafe to say that one of tha buiIi tinns of the average Amerlcaa youth is to t ecorue a cietititle pitca tr, writes Lester P. German, the itar Ki.W 1 oik bail tnss er. Mind you, I do not imply tht they all want to shine as pi ofes-iional pitcu ers un J to a iupt base-ball as a pro fcson and aa a means of earning a live hoo 1, but 1 hey 1 tacSTEa P. OEHMAN. want to l(C pjtthers Why? you ask; and I answer, "I dun t know." It must be in toe air. It will te w 11, I think, to state the requisites of a pit her in their order an I then to illustrate these requisites by a cursory look at tho dee!opuaent of the game. The pit' her must be a st'ong m n ph.yt-i-cally that is he mu.-t tike care of his in aith. It is no ea cer;it on to sa that the bi si piiche s go in;o t.-aininou th stale that Ful ivun, Corbett aud Mitchell did for their Louts. '1 he next thine a pood eye. The accurate measurement of distance is halt the buttle. Thirdly, thrpit-hr mi. st stand the right distance from the home plate Good delivt-ryis not possible when the plate is too far. The Str 1'oslfon. I started in to stiy that it is the am ition of every boy to be a pitch er; that is, every boy who ia physio- alb able to p ay the ga'uo. Et ry boy wauts tt. play base lial ,an I most o. fin tn do s i ai some lime !n their lives. JNow, tie pitt her is t'.ie star p .si iou 011 a tea u, and uuiunlly most n npie "v ait to occu y the en;er -an is cl-kve o" the t-ta e." o to s; e k. Mir-h tiepcii 1- tijon a i ci.er, a- d a tn:n i-lberw s ! tror g w vh a wea-v pitcii v. cai: ti"t cxp"t t to win mairy gaint s, and a 1 hampmns'i p iicvcr. A j it her shoti d tic uire a sj)-ingy t-tfp. This is an eusy mutter 1. a man pr rices a lull . L' au f 1:1 oe ml ih : toes freely. Tim- swift tieliv"ry is neuirahel. There aie, of cowr-e, mnny th ngs thitt can oniy be b iitn -d from expei ienee. su -h as tlu pro.: r way to ai.-i in understand ing si nais. Tafj e o ut ion of ;be I 'cber f. roi.-hes an iu t?i est ii.g biudy not only to the adil te. 1 ut toesii. ut st. In the tiays of the 01a jvuickki o .filers, v.'ben en i gh run wi re luade to nae a liis buli feme iok, like a 1 r t k t m itch. I h i pi t lier w is u t such tin imp r. tai'it i-.. dividual a he 's o day In those underhand v 1 v .-s ;i ri Vf 01 1 of deivry was used, aud evf-n long after tu it it w;is not an unusual tiling for a team to sco e 1U0 runs in a name. Afterward the pita: er was allowed th-oc : Din p more license. the oe hand delie y ame in, and ths 111;. tie even more eireeti'. e the curve, which 1 arnel im-n of science had Slid was i.n iranossii) lity. F.vin after u jiubiic i-xhiiiiiou was held and a pi-cher s: nt the curves bet vet-n two posts, the M i -nti-ts n g e I that it was an optical ilia ion, t, k J ti to their or'gin ii id -a thtt it was ph.vsi- ;i y irnpi.ssil le lor a man to cause a g o e to curve in the a . Rut it was i on then, and it is now aecouiplismd by thou-arxls 01 p t. In is. t .t h ug comes natu nl to ime r'ayers, .-ufe as C'tc-.lng does to ot.li r . otit.'cld wo'k to "tiers, aud inne'd wo k to ti e iciiain ier. To I'C C o m e a suci ess ful p lch r a ju -n or boy mu-t ha e somei lit n i Le - des lirute force. ri he day when sp ed alotc would make a reputat on lor a p t. h- r is past, 'i o be al strategic pitcher to day a twirier must the oct ci-bti. have speed, a perfect comm nl of tue 1 all, and puz-iinir eurvi 9. An 3tber th ng which I t4"d of material a t ;a::ti.f,a Vs rs lata pi at? ; ;n jtt weak poiats In t ie latsm-n who ia me. Some bttsmen iai hit one scrt of a ball and f ey c in't hir another, ;ind it is to a pitcher's interest to And out all the e 1 ttle things and utilize them accordingly There is another po nt in pitching whi.h begitincts sh u'd s'udv and tiiat is Che poit on or the feet and 1 aids. A pitcher who e Teei g..t in h s way can never evpe t tr b come f m iih as a g-een dinxioad twiiler. Tnen a pitcher who allows the bats man to see the bill a l the time is at a d sa Irat.tage. Of course, the rules will not permit one to bold the ball b h;nd the back before delivering it, a- wis the cse years wco. but if one is bles-ed with large hands, large palms be ng plentiful in baseball, it is an easy matter to conceal tho bail, or practically so. Nurilo? tho Arm. Now as to tta'ntng .1 particularly irapo tant duty fo.- a pitcher. A pitchers arm thtt is. his pit', hing arm 13 hiss.ock la trade lie must wauli Khat arm as cajrefulijr n a 3 1 i to I - 1 . v' ' ; rjother does her abe. Most p'tcher? cover the arm with a sweater or oat when they are cot pitching, wb.de others wear flannel bandages Ufcaja th ir arms and shoul ler. Concemirn training, moreover, I can say nothinr that an.nne ;does not kn w who has DtA'e a st.,dy of jiby-ical culture. Ail that is esse, tial is to observe the rules of heilth and to expand the h. st and luns. A plaver in active tr.1I1.ing will flud hand-ball an excellent exer use. a it develops all the mu-cle. Iiolinsris ai.o a 1 1 vorite pasiiiue cf mine in ths winter an I spring, as I find t!at kno.king down the tenpins keeps my arm eood and strong all thi t me. A pi l cher ouid be c..rful al out using his full engtn in tin cany sprii g frames. The bones aud muscles aco contra.y, particularly on a very cold day. It has been sa'd that a pit'her when I e goes into a game shou'd l3 prepared to 'hmk that it is his lat. I do not believe this, for a pitcher wl.o nursep his st ength ought to iast for mauv years. The long and honor ab'e career of Timothy eefe. John CL.rlcson, and James Galvin illustrate this point. A MONEY SIEVE. Contrivance fo- 8' pirating Cotn Takn in Chnrrh Coliectionm. Lewis K. Thurlow. of B;o iklyn.ha? rec nily patented an iiivt-ntioD which is likely to revolutionize one phase of chinch wuik. Air. '1 riL.rlow is trus tee of one of the leading caurctie- of Brooklyn. He counts the collection ever tuDd iy. Tuis consists of a large numoer of quarte s, diuie. nickels and pennies, ani it taes mu h time to sort them out. Count ing the money is the 'east art of the work, the great trouble being to sepa rate it. Now, Mr. Thu-low has invented a coin separator. It consists of a box or case, iu which there are small drawers. Each drawer is perforated with touud holes large enough to al low a certa n si.ed coiu to pa-s tht.ough. The top d rawer will only hoid half-dollar pieces, tt e next d awer quarters, the next nick Is, th" next pennies and the bottom dime s. i hen the collection has been tukn tin till ti e money received is placed in the top fi-mpru tiiicnt. Then Ihe bos is b cked and tl.oroti il l shaken. V h n ;t is opened it is fo in 1 that t!a ci us have diopped t irou.h to their respective compartments. It is then a mitter of very llLtle mo men 1 1 oar an .re them for rapid count ing. The box in a p.ir mc s i m rv neat. It is 111 t le of pod-l td oak and can l.-c earned t t e trustee o; treas urer's hou.e. It is nbouta lout s uare. The drawer bottuii, ate mdo of meial or hard rub er. Mittor Iiclsstructib'.c. An essential property of matter, hut which doe-i not commet.d it-eif tu superficial o'ervation. like thobe it I'Xiei sinn and iesituucf. isind r fetrtictihility. So far as x; ericn -e and ot servatlon can iif-coxer. matter can tie t!ir be ere t nor oest o ed. On ! e s Tfa'-f f icis si-em to conr, a d;Ct this as-eri Inn, for any f iitnular p .. t on of mat ter may be dec un os.'d and re-oltl into Its cons ituent jart so th it it seems to have i:s-ap-etved, b -cause t ie form under w -i' h we knew it is no louder pie-i-. nt In reality, however, no diminiit'on in ihe quantity or existing mat t'-r has taken p aoe. One proof of this is easily a ord d liv comb si ir n. If we Hilow a p ece of wood or coal, or an. combu-tiuie solid b dy, to "burn away." tuere wid. as we a 1 know, l e a-hes rem 1 nlng. If. while tiie coui luslion is g .itig on, we ttk" means to j-res r e not only ih : ashes. . ut al-o every paib of the h d which vould ordinarily b" dis-ipated as mho e and sti-am, anil then wei-h all t'.e dirTereot substances, euli.l, liquid, rr i!a-eo is, th it we have obta nod, we sbali Hud tie combined weights e.u 1 to ihe o initial w-ight of tue body itself. 3ood Words. N- Wry Out oT It. Judje Keil.nger. of the Unitfd Stat s dislr.ct court of uieg n, lias oe ide 1, iu the case of a Chinese woman, wbo desired to land to Join fcer husband whom the h d never vjt, tbat a betrothal at thr age of two y&r, and a mar ,-iage s x months a-;o. by sew nif toeth-r two ca ds on which the particulars of the eu emiagme it ad ie n written, was a valid marriage according to the laws of Chin 1. and mut be recognized by the Cnited S ates. In rendering tMs de is't. n Jude Bellinger said he w.-.s aware of the danger ol impo-i-tion -n such ca-es. but ad led that such d toger exist-. In ail ca-es where Chinese are landed and must con tinue to exist until exclusion is made absolute. jCvTortb, Fakota has several wheat farms of 10,00 to 15 Odd acres each. Over 21,000 tons of buffalo tones, representing 7,K0,000 animals, have been exported fioui this State. Great is New Yort. ITew Yor k Is first in manufactures, nrinting, ho; s, hay, pota o- e, buck wheat and cow?, second in e.sit, lio uots and ailwajs. thud iu lrou and steel, fooriii in bhcep. ! I v CVv!-j,-'- c t. -rc; TntrRT.OT'S Mi Sllf SKPAUATUR IT FLOATS IS MOT LOST III THZ TUB. THE PROCTER Si GAMBLE CO. CINTi "A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL. BAR GAIN," MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES SAP0LJQ GRIGGS 8c AXTBLL, DEALERS IN jflisiss, Guit WAGONS, Hardware, Farm Implamenls, Stoves Tinware, 233 WEST SIXTH AV JNU2. Kansas SATIS FAOTIOU W"vrlir Is "h tlrni w'i 1 tha tri n tuiUfiei-a.Ut-a of the c.ieu.a.iou, aa "!Wlr 3 P X If i. irV 4 Li The plaea to p?-t th!9 hearth praj -.! r " i". z-L 'j- ' "Jr SCOTT BH03,, 4TiI AUD TAYL0I1. WtlKELS TO HE N'T UY HOUR AND DAY. IMPERIAL, ALUMINUM, WAVERLY, LOVELL DIAMOND. Eicycies, Sunlriis, Ani lucpiirs. i ATiin a ri o. Ttnifnirrr-i si i23E. oihst. THE ONT.Y I'XrM'SIVK urns seas stjie 55F"Vhere you can find at all tinvjs the latest stvles in MUN'S MlJDIUJI and FIM: FUOT- 1 V,-:it rjvy, tJ. i' 111c 'Vr.Zt f-.a .1. .-VJ (3 " J 111I.VJ W. El. a. itiMr. ICHSTLEIT & , I . r- t3rSiecial 5 424 ANI) 420 JACKSjN STREET, TOPEKA, KANSAS. as 11 iron. -4-a.- "-e- 'wp exact size havor.ie ien-cut Cigar. Rolf! by all flrst-c!as All liuin-" r--iriim. nirrnim una Typf wrillnt. HO ADDI tlOS.l I- DUItUK IOK TtOOK K l.li.I VO AND l-KX 11 A.vStl IP IV COXX.-.ci'm.V saoa.uaNu totitsK Spec i K't-n'l . t . r,l a il... L. H. STfiiCKLTR, li Vil.lii4 A.tu 4.UJ. 621 .iid (ja IMOX PACIFIC ROUTE. DOLIJIR8 15 DOM.AB3 To Denvt-r and return. " Colorado SiirinLrs and return, " Puebln and ret uru. Via the Union Pacific. Tickets on sale August 10th and 11th. Account League of American Wheelmen uieet iuvr. Fi-r further prliculars call oaJ.lL Fuller, Agt, U. P. by. n jnn 7i5 EiHol3 AV-KUS. Thl cfTire Im opira:l by t'iv most 3.11. Tut tlfiitul unrjfinn in Amrr.c 1. Sets of Teeth $ Crown an i I'.ralo Work, jier tooth, 3. Cio.U 1U1 nl . . Xeuth tlxtraeteil n-itliout Ta-n, 33, GUARANTSSD. - xi svs-n-n rrri iti i"ii'Vt! h btiVo t'n I tiu hj a tui...j for tha. pjrije is .o..y ara m icors Is A.79. Ui fi I '," tf in 73s cit7. luivcrji. yi 1UJ3, no cr. .s u 1 c aim K.f? 1.,. l 1 UklUl o uaj. Ill j LUC 1) il.l '. 527 Eii.i3A3 AV. f i T. T. T A V sr. LANNAN, IA.U AClCIifcltS OK hUGGIHo, r- - ; Spring T7 cons, za, orders and repairing proiitj'.tly at:on'o.l t. or',x-f -t v -- ' rrRT-ECTin:? lnler. M,'f. by Geo. B .rliart. bji h a. a . I DenTtr, I'orb o. t'al. Kpiiui b i. -t Santa I'k Ivocte. Fifteen dollars for ihe roundtrlp. 1 August 10 and 11. Nearly all women Imve good hri'r, thou-h many are trray, a id few ,;ro l ,; !. Hall's Hir Hes'orr reitore'. t'uo iiaiur.il color, uud thickeas tha giv.vth i.f tL. hair.