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STATE JOURNAL, SATURDAY. EVENTXG AUGUST 11. 1894.
SOCIAL AM) PERSONAL, i Itema of In.M't Abo il nl V ilior Tnne't To w i. Miss AUco Scott lefc today for Greens bur i. Id J., to unit her home, aud last evening she gave an in formal daiuer pariy for Mrs, HteWHCt of Drexei, Ma, Mis-oi Fordvce. Mdiigan, Leu a;iJ Lidi.i Weiie, IsaMrjer, uJ ileosri. Juaes BU 1 Till 'Tip. Miss Nellie M oCiin'ock gave a hone party vuait. J if for Misses De iniwu of Do-ii've'r, Gen'ruJd Hob -rts, llur.ense Kelly Henrietta an i uary Thompson, and "the billowing young men spent the evening. Net Oone, George Craw ford, U.irry Weaver aud Walter Xobie. Mr. and .r.-. 1. II. Snow, o!" 7o& Folk st rear, left for a two week visit iu Colo ra J i. Misses Ella Johnson aal Mattie Joios, who were the guests of Alls.-' Odie O TSrleu. will return to Leaven .vorth to n ji to v. Waiter Wilder has gone to Colorado. Miss Franc Lits.leU.-I 1 has returned from a visit in Deiroit, Mich. Mr. rhii Quiver will gj to Colorado tumor To w. .iessrs. Charles Adams and Court Flower will leave Monday for New York. TLsev wdl le gore a month. Mrs. V. W. Mill and daughters Eliz alctli an I Isabe will leave Tuesday for Maxwell City. IS. M.. to juiu Mr. Mnls. Uhey wdl rcinai i until October. Mrs. Joan Fr.,:el! and d ulster Erhel of Albu pierqu. N. M., are visiting Mrs. J. C. Wa.ioii, til i l i.ncy street. Misses .Maui M.utUud and Bessie Sar gent will leave next week for a visit in Radt Inland, Ml. Mr. C. N. Nelson will leave tomorrow for Virginia, Neb., to join Lis fam.ly and accompany them huuio!. Miss ile.eu Reed of Curbondale is vis iting her oiniii, .Miss Callie Wellhou-e. Mrs. Fannie Bates and sister, Lillte I.ttker, of '1 ayiorvi'le, 111., have returned L.mie a.ter a'u extended visit with rela tives. M.ss Laura Crow has returned from a two weei-i: vis.t in ak.uu.-a. Mi .-a Maoe! Ji imson left today for a visit in linden, Ula i. Mr. O A. l'ier wiil return from Colo rado vonday. Mrs. Fier and the cnil dreii wil; rem uui a moiitu longer. Mr. mil Mi-t. Charles Fo.luws will leave Hex'. ceH for Snow Mountain and the tjiv.it lake. .ir. S. Council has returned from llul ton. .Mrs. E. Scott wiil leave nest week for i"ii. C y, low;. Mr. a id rj. Arjlro Monroe have gone to :. ! itii'Ui City to visit tlie.r parent. Mis? Jennie Caner of Kansas City, is .lulling li iendi .ii lo a n. 4 ell MU 5 a! N'rt M'.SJ'i.li-iin i-ii J Frances Howard of I.illliaVl.il-, K V ai t. eX;j-C.ed M uday to vis.t Mi 5. Ar.uu-- I. lur ut-y on jJuc.iuiiau 81 reet. Mr. and Mrs. Jj.-u F. Stanton have i:oae lo Law r. nee I f a few d iys visa v:t:i the Iniiuiy uf Hon. J. G. Haskell. .Mi-t-t Lid.i Ma.-l'erruti li is gone to Col fa 1 o. Mrs. J. It. ilncornb and diugh'ers h ue gone to New Vui'i fur a visit of six Wi'Cnl. beymour Dat is has gone to liar Har bor, an i v i i I iiij,io a tour of the eastern w ai en u i l.it-e Misj Nettie McCann is very i'.l. Mri Dr. A. A. Cu.ry has returned to her h-.-me in Ne.toti. K. -M. Fraiiijjijii wul epe.id Sunday in 0.-ii;o C.ty. M.sn Cain D -V ore, of Oikaloisa, I i.. has k-fii the ir lest of Mrs. 11. D. bmitii t ie pa l wee.c. and ai-com pained Mioa lJa.sy tinitii lo Cwlural today. ltev. J. Ji. h juias an i iiamrhter hnd jliss Ta.)i!i.i lel'i to. lay t,r Color.. d x 'diss Jt-ane.ti I'nce, of S.) rinytield, II!., who nas li'i-n l..o jjuest of Mi.- J.-nnie I'tu-e, Ne.lie Vh.ie;ieid and o lu-r friends iu tli id cil v, lelt loaay for Iowa lo Vis.t re latives beioro reluruiuy home. Miss Cora Miller has returned from a visa iu Los Ciirriilos, N. M., and Colo- rad . .Irs. Trub! o I an 1 Miss Fern Bunker left '1 uesday fo? M auitou to spend a lew weeks. Miss E !i?h Id.e!l wdl entertain this fiViiiu ior ti.e Miasms Jones house pariy. Miss K .te Shannon is spen lin? a week or so in iaiius cay and Exc-eUior Si -rin g. Mrs. Frances Willi uni. of Allen, Kai., is visitiuir Mrs. E. J. Croodwiu. Mi.s Clara Eiuibaea will co to Kansas City Wed les l iy tor a two weeks' visit, ?ir-. It. N. Onslev of Windsor, Mo., fin 1 Mrs. D. 11 Morelanl of Oklahoma C. y, will be tha yuets of Mrs. A. A. il.ud next wee . -Mr. an J .Mrs. Ireland of Kansas City ere v.sit.n ' rs. A. C. li t relay. il trry W iiiiajid will go lo SIduitou Sll '1.1.1V. -Mrs. E. E D.bert was called to Denver ye ter.lay by the il!ne.-s of tier father. iss fetjpliie lliutou ii.ichen has re turned to U.iiCJfa, called by the Serious i!i :ess of her ii jsban 1. Messrs. Kobiiison and Fraik Shephard of Estvride, are spend. n a few days illi fiiead-i m Auburndaie. Miss LSesie W'et will leave Tuesday for a m jiiih'i viit in Illiuoia. Mrs. A. J. lliuijala had returned from a visit in Alia i MUs E nma . Ia jar will go to Colorado unlay to be "o:ie about two weeks. Mrs. J. Ii. Poutis left today for Colo rado. Mr. Char!e3 lioehr haa returned from a six weeds' visitiu Chicago and Wia- consin. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Stevens have re turned from K i Has City. Ali-s Bessie Newlin, of Lawrence, who has been the .lest of Miss Mildred Scott, returned home to.lav. Miss E litii Swazey, of Pana. 111., and Jlr. L. Lis.it-ne, of liossviile, are vis it, ntr Mrs. J. C. Max we I. Mrs. Frxnk Foster left today for Col orado lo joiu t camping party. Attpntlon. li. ilz'H Of Pyth'M. llerjibers of 11 juu lodja N . l.j are re pueaed to ir-eet at Castle hall at" p. m. Miiiday to atteml the uieriioriul ser v.ces of llroiht r Joan A. .M urr ly at the F.rst Conu'reg'.aional church. All visdt iug kcihts cordially iuvi.eX IIkkbkrt Joslin, K. of R. S. J. G. Samukl-son, C. C. iD t'lty F.xrurxion. Special traic Sunday Au;iiit li $1.50 fyr round trip. Train levej 7:23 a. in. V-a itock Isiaud route. Ayer'a Ague- Cure never fails to cure fever and uu aud malarial disorders. V arrauted. IX lloluiei, ilxugtst, 731 Haaaaa ava. CHIEF WIL3IARTII WitATHY A hlupid Uicycinl obt rucU II lm Coloe ' tu rirr. " ' It is not often Chief VTil tnarth of the fire departrtieut gets trial, but h va iu that state all day yesterday. It was all oa account of one of tua Topea;a bi cyclists. Chief Wi.tLtirth was a little late iii pettuiif at rirtej to the lire yester day mora in jc, aud when hti turned eait on E.y't h s reel he no. iced a young man on t.ie b. cycle riduiir directit- in fro.it of him jroin slower than the cii.ef wauled to jfo. Tne jfo-a was run desperaieiy and the chief yedel at the man, but tne cycltst co.itintldJ to bi.t 1 over uu mind ful of the vehicle baux of him. Tue Chief slackened his speed to avoid rua uiu intotatj nder anl was compeded to go slow all the way. Wneu Monroe a reet was rac'ie 1, where the lire was, the man on the bike luint.1 somewhat and the caief was compelled to drive on past the street to avo.d het-d.nr him oil and colliding with hiui. Fiuaily the caief, thinning he aw an opening, turned, but the cyclist turned the eame iu.laat and ran directly u id ;r the hore's nose. Tne bent-over appeared to come out of his trance aud real.zj his danger, and jumped oil his wheel. Tue chief "culled him down" iu language not easily mUuiiderstoo.l, and if lie had Leeu a swearing man lie would Lave used his profanity lo good alva:uare, he says. It is such incidents as this that "rile" the liremen. One of them says: "There are a lot of people iu town who dou't know that the tire apparatus gob;g to a. tire has the riyhc of way. W ueri a car riage geti in tiie wav it is chiefly acci dental, but the way thoie fellows on Li cycles act makes us au.-k. Vv e don't want to run iuto ttiem because we don't want to kill their, and besides we might up set, too. liut one of tneso days wiieu we get, such a chump in front of us we'll run right over hiui. ju to leach the rest a lesson. Tuey net i.ka they d.dn't have any sense." iUiet Wilmartu. requests the pubiica ti -n of th '. secuon of the orhiiancd bear ing directly upon this subject. The courts hold bicyoles to be ven.cles. It is section 13 ot ofduiauce No. bOT, part of winch reads: "At every alarm of lira it shall be the owners or drivers of ail animals, wagons, carriages or other veuicies in any sire t, avenue or alley, or upon any bridge in the c.ty of Topeka upon wtiich tiie tire marshal or his asi.-tant with vehicle, or any iioie-carriaije. engine, hook-a id-ladder truck, or any olner apparatus be longing to iho lire departui -.it, are ap proaching to yiei.l immedia.ely the right of ay to such olicer and apparatus, or to move in siicu a manner as not to ob struct or de.ay them or en her of them." 'I he ord. nance prov.dei a peual'y of a line of not lest "h an $11 or mure than IjO fr any violation of lii.s section. T HE tOUil i I N s ;;.s SIO N. Jula Huzttn I -ci.i .t u in 'ia r of X Id -Milium -r C 14.,. FrM.ty was an extremely I usy day at tiie d..-uiiet cart. The court waj in es s.ou for ttie lirst t.me tiiis mnith and also for tuo las; lime except Friday the iilst. Judge Ilazc-a handed down decisions in a d..z?;i or more cases which, he has had under advisement for some time. I'robibiy the most iu'.eres ing of these was the seit.emeut of the case uf Jo in Ura.iuer iifra;nst F. V. dies, which he deeded agaiimt the piaiiit.ll. 1 he case tias Leeu pending in the couns of Shaw nee c uuty s lice 18:L. John Brauner owns the building at o4" Kansas avenue and Mr. dies owns the lot nou:h of it. i iiere are build. ugs oil both lots, but between them is a paco five feet broad owned by Mr. G.les. Iu this place Ml. dies bui.t, a little stiop w hich nas beeu occuji.t-d at dafereut times by real estate agents, a cigar maker and a l.cket broker. F.ve years ago Mr. G.ies tiiought of adding aitutuer siory lo me lilt.e bund. ijg but iiranuer objected uuless a reut was pa d for 'he. use of the wall. laaaucr cla.meJ that tiie addi tional story wou'.d weaken his wall, shut light out of one Window and increase the lire r is lis. An injunction was granted against the additiuu of the other story. Not long ago Ju lge llaeu v. eat and ia spec ed the bunding in person to lamil ianzd hiuioe.f wuh tiie urr.ulldlllg4, and today he decide.! against Mr. lii-ati-ner and sa.d Mr. G Ijs could go auead anl mane his improvements, auL ject of c mrse to the ci.y ordinance regulatiug its c-oiistruciion. County Attorney SafTord saved Shaw nee county tf2J. bv coutestiug the bill of C. J. Brown for costs of that amou it, in the supreme court, in the case of Jo-eph Spend. ove, ch.irjjed with murder. Judge ilazeu m tde a lengthy decisiou coverinif many decisions on cases of a similar na ture, to snow thai the county was not lia ble lor the costs iucurre l iu the prosecu tion. Judire Ilazen released from the county jail today Mrs. Trainer of Smoky How, who is awaiting trial for selling liquor. County Physician .u.cCl intock tol 1 the court that slie was iu a very dehcile con dition, pays. c lily. Frank E. Bennett, son of Erasmus Bennett, the well known Lorse-ituporter, was admitted to practice iu the couuty courts. .Vara CI inn Was Ii.it. Miss Nora line, of Sinoiy How, ap peared before Police J u lge Eusuiiuger this inoru.ug and swore out a complaint atrainst Mrs. Florence Morton, also- of S.n uty Rj.v, charging her with having then anl there unlawfully, maliciously aud w.cctediy tampered with her person in a manner nut only rule but unpleas ant, u-iing her closed liitj for the same. Nora did not look very badly done up, but she w ill have a chauco to tell how it was iu police court Monday morning. Ktnsj I'lty l.xeu rlon. Special train Sunday August 13. $1.5 I for round trip. Train leaves 7:25 a. m. Via Rock Island route. The finest fruit Pies and pudlinga to be had iu this c.ty is at Whitney uuly, To (J Kansas avenue. All the talk in the world will not con vince you -o quickly as cme trial of Ds Win's Hitch Hazel Salve for Scalds, Bum, Bruises, bkai Allections mnd Piles. J. K. Jones The Dispatch Band will give a grand concert at Vinewood tomorrow tfteruoou at 2:1.0. Admission tivo cents. Get a fre tune on the phonograph with every purchase t Toueka Drug company's, 61:J Kansas avenue. Ice cream soda, five cents. liiii City r.xrnloii. Special train Sun lay August 12. $1.50 for round trip. Train leaves 7:25 a. m. Via Kwck Isiaud rulo. JUDGES AND PASSES. Capt. Joe Water3 Gives the Judic iary a Scoriag- RAILROAD imUEHC3 IS TOO STBOKG Amonj the Men IVlio Ailmlnister Jus tice in Tliia taie, si y Mr. Wif s tu aa Aluiirins T.irou;, Captain J. G. Waters addressed an in terested crowd from the door-way lead ing to his office in the Metropolitan bui.dmg this morning ou politics, uud he gave his views ou some tuiugs which the crowd considered "mighty interesting and entertaining." Captain Waters addressed his remarks dirocdy to Jamea Gillette, but they were absorbed by twenty or thirty other voters who gathered around him on tne side walk, ilis particular theme was the cor ruption of tue courts, and iu his remirss lie said: "It is a damuab.e outrage lhal tue judges of the supreme court, liorton and .loiiusou, are perm.ttel to ride around oa railroad passes aad then weigh out 'justice iu the iuierest of corpora- lions. I 'These judges accept and use railroad S passes and taeu chop o3 tneir dec.sious iu the interest of the roads like a butcher would cuop u2 meat on a block." ".Dues not Allen also ride ou a pass?" inquired Mr. Gillette. "l dou't know wuedierhe does or not, and tuai, doesn't make any d.ff ereuce if he does. If he ndjs ou a pas it is just another caie of corruption on tne bench," aud Captain Waters used some ot his most exprooSive adjectives iu e.ii- . phasiziiig his remarks. Continuing he said: "Jim Gillette, you ku w tuut what 1 have said is true, f jryou have told me yourself a doz.u tiaiois lhal you considered it an outrage tiiat our judges should uccept passes f.-om railroad corporations, and yet you are one of tho.-e liepu bl.eans who will S.vallow anything that is labeled Kepul 1 can. I a. n au Auierican, aud as aucu i expect to vote for w houi 1 please." "i'hey all rile ou passes, llow are you g i ig to vote f r any of tueu.?'4 "it they all rile on passes, tneu I won't vote for any of them, but 1 tell you this thing ought to be ctiatiged, and you know it. 1 he whole Populist pariy is a protest against this kind of practice." "Djii'i you rule ou a pass yourself. Now, be hone.-i?" "No, I don't; and I never have siaca I quit worKiug lor the coun auy neither my;e.f or any member of liiy lauiiiy. I pay regular fare '6 ceuts a mue and I pay it where il wiil go direc.ly into lhe treasury instead of KeinhaiVs pockets. 1 pnv it lo tue conductor every time i caa." Captain Wa'ers has been regarded as a little olf color in Republican c.rc.ej for some time, but that he is too good a m iu to lose is manifested by the large num ber of prominent local leaders w iio have gone to Chairman Elliott and other mem bers of the Republican couuty central couimutee wi. hm the last lew days and urged that Captain Ya ers be engaged if p ssiile at once to stump the stale fr lhe Republican t.cket. One ma. i who tailed to Chairman El liott yesterday about m .k.iig an engage ment with C -plain Wai. ra said: "JuO Wa era is too good a man to lose lie is a good speaker and is wed known all over the s'a.e. The Republican committee can better alljrd to t-ay him tfcolM to s'uinp the state than allow him to remain inactive and maybe go over to the Popu lists. If Joe Wa.ers is put to won ne wdl no doubt be ail right although he is Sorely grieved about tue supreme court.'' SENT WORD TO ALABAMA. The Iopui:' L.aiii forward Word ot 11 auou ir in n I I o dtp:. Itu b. At the meeting of the Populist league last night, the following resolution was adopted, aud the secretary telegraphed a copy lo Alabama at once. lo cajilain Koib. and lhe Teopie's Tarty of A aiuina. " iv e, me Populist league of Shawnee county, teed sure we represent the senti ments of the People's party of Kansas wneu we deciaro that we believe the Populists have carried Alabama; there fore be it Resolved, That w say to you and the People's part-: "ilold it at ad hazard-. The wiil of the people as expresed by their ballots shall prevail atrainst mob law, ballot box stuffing and fraud." The speakers last night were G. C. Clemens. E. E. Chesney, and F. A- Kiene, the candidate for the legislature iu the south couutrv district. ONE MOllE O LEE It PERSON. To It a Healed Tnnr.l Kmioi If Ilia l ar- la I'aUl. The editor of the Kansas Commoner, published at Wrichita. has received a let ter from "The Rev. Benjam.u J ili.m," of San Diego, Cal. Iu it the Rev. Mr. J ud&iiis says: Iu answer to the paragraph in your issue, June 14, rece.ve L "W.iutod a m.n.ster with courage to preach curis tianity and scourge tue m uiry chancers, etc," out of the temples of Kansas I pre sume. I beg to oiler my serv.ces if you can induce people there to ra.s just enough to pay my train fare there au 1 back lo San Diego wilh a little brea 1 aud water included, so as to make up about two months campaign while there with such arrangeme its ready for me to preach, viz: buildiug aiready hired. 1st advance shot to be found in Prov erbs 2iui chapter, 11th verse, "Tue rich man is wise ia his own conceit but the poor that hath unlerstanding may search him out." 2nd shot. Psalms 731 chapter ICth verse, "Behold these are the ungod ly, who prosper iu the world; they in crease in riciies." K.-tn' City r.xrnrilin. Special train Su-id iv August li. $1.53 for round trip. Train leaves 7:25 a. m. Via Iiici Island route. The Dispatch Band wiil give a grand, concert hi V.newood tomorrow afteruoou at 2:30. Admission live cents. Subscribe for the Daily StatsJocbhai. Ii.iTt ! City KxranioD. Special train Sundty August i. $1.30 for round trip. 1 rams leave at 7:25 a. in. Via Roei Island route. The State Joukxal's Want and Mis cellaneous columns reach each working day iu lhe week more than twice as many Topeka people as can be reached through any other paper. This is a faui. J. E. Rudy ha gone to Davenport, la., to remain soma weeis. TIIE UAH'S SYMPATHY. Th L,wyr of Ti p -lsv Pmi Resolutions for John A. Ma ray. TheTopeka bar association was In ses sion at the courthouse yesterday morn ing to cousider resolutions of regret at the deatu of Joan A- Murray. President John Guthrie presided and at least seventy-live members of the bar were present A. B. Jetmore said that Mr. Murray Was a young man of more than usual in tegrity and euersry, wuh a large fund of reserve force. Young lawyers would do well to study his cuaracter. He said that geuerahy speaking there was more integrity in ine bar than any otuer pro fession extant, not excepting the clertry; aad Mr. Murray possessed that integrity to a high degree. Tout McNeai said that Mr. Murray was elected county attorney of Sumner coumy when it was on the border between civii Lzation aud barbarism and the rendezvous for outlaws and fugitives from justice, aad made it just as law-abid ng as any section of the state. He en 1 need ail tite laws and his courage commanded uni versal respect. Joseph G. Waters said death at all times is abhorrent and sorrowful, but the taking oil of Mr. Murray iu the prime uf bis young manhood was especially sad. lie added that Mr. Murrav stood -i erect iu his moral stature as in his physical. Judge Day saiii tiiat only a lew days before Mr. Murray left Tope kit he heard him argue a proposition before this court, aud he thoug.it he had uever heard a more logical argument iu belter chosen words aud wel:-sounding sentences than hitf. lie had the faculty of expressing exactly what he desired to Buy. T. F. Dorau, T. II. Rain, C. M. Welch, T. W. Harrison, A. W. Dan a and Judge Gutlirie also made brief ad lresses. F. II. Foster explained that the bar would be expected to attend the memo rial service at the Firsl Coiigregat orial church Sunday uiirht, aud recommended t tat they meet at the National hotel tif teen minutes before tne serv.ee. The committee on resolutions, of w hich J. B. Lai-itner was the chairman, reported the follow: n sr resolutions, which were unanimously ad ipted: "He, luo luemuers of the Shawnee couuty bar, real.z tig the value of such a life as that of John A. .Murray, wtio d.ed at 'i uxtepec, Mexico, J uly i:t5, 18 J4, de sire in as simple and informal a m. inner as possible to express our appreciation of his l.fe and character and our sorrow at his death. Brntner Murray had achieved by his ability aud skill at the early age of iii an enviable position in our profes s.ou. His ze d iu and devotion lo tne temperance cause had male his name familiar through jut Kansas; and nis courteous manliness endeared him to ail who were so fortuuaie as to call him fr.emL "ne are therefore resolved, That by the death of John A. Murray, uits county and state have sustaim d the loss of a good lawyer, an eloquent leader, a sin cere reformer, a manly c.tizen and a steadfast friend; and we, his brother law yers, exten i to his famdv, and more es pecially to his wi low aud cuildreu, our heartfelt sympathy. "Ve are fur. her resolved, that this ex pression be engros-ed and sent to lhe lam.lv of our decease.! brother; that copies of it be furu.sued to the press, and that the same be spread upon the records of this court aud presented to the supreme court of the stato by a coluuuc tee of this bar. HIGH SCHOOL MATTE IIS. TIi. School Ito.r.l t ill Jt-et Tout-lit lo TlJi Tin-m Ov-r. The board of education will hold a meeting tonight. The principal business will be lo iusti uct the c.eik to adverdse for bids for lhe interior equipment of the high school with desks and seats. In the assembly room alone about 45J seats will be required. For the reeilutiou mums mucu of the furniture already iu the higii school will answer the purpose. President Welch says there is no d m ger of a deficit o i the high school, as there rem uns i.H M in the fund avail able for the equipment of tiie scliool. A pie ty stouo wall wdl bo bu.lt around the school. NEW CUKlVJRArlOXS. Comp tnin. Oi-f?an x ..I to Do Hulu4S In Kjhi.hu Or i I Ciiuriij.rit. The following charters have been filed with the secretary of state: Tuo Peeness Ste ut Laundry company of Topeka; capital stock l'J,UJu. In corporators John W. ilardt, Mary W. Hard:, John W. Day, Herman llardt, of Topeka, and Enzabeth Wardell of South Evanston, 111. The Austrian Shooting club, of Fronte nac, Crawford couuty; capital Block 1.U00. 1 ncorporatoi s Jacob Rudolph, AutOn Roitz. Franz Berdernel, John Y.tnz, Franc Koruer, Leopold Kruchiz, Martin Kotzmau and John Schratn. The Berry .t! auui aci uring company of Kansas City, Kas.; organized to manu facture children's, ladies' and gentle men's hose suppor.ers. Directors Will iam W. Berry au 1 Frank M. ilolcuub, of Kansas City. Kas.: Frank Berry, of I aldwell; John II. Berry, of Trenton, Mo., and Helen V. LeuLart, of Kansas City, Mo. IN THE OINTITeNT. A Scared Rabbit t in la Novel Htdlnif A'l.io. A half grown rabbit created no end of excitemen'. iu Sims' drugstore yesterday. A boy had caught the little animal ana it slipped out of his hands while he was in the store. Botties, boxes and everything in tiie way went tumbling about the fl or as Andy Jordan, a colored employe and a half dozen others dashed muiiy around the room. All at once the rabbit disap peared. For two hours every effort to tind the atiiinal proved fruitless. Then Dr. Martin came in with his rat terrier and lhe "irad" was turned over to the dog. It only took htm two minutes to tin 1 the hiding place of the frigii'eued animal. It was m one corner snugly re posing in a box of oiutmeut. A testimonial from the rabbit is now looked for. U N I ON PACIFIC ROUTE. Oe :i V f r. otorailo pritis anil l'ottilo Wl. tor tli liliUil.l I lip. Tickets on sale August 10th and 11th, good re' urn ing August 19, 25 and Sr-p tember 13, lfcJl. For ail infoimaliou call at oi.5 Kansas mv. A. M. Fuller, City Agent. Kin s ix Ci'y Keurion. Special train Su id ly Ati just 12. $1.50 for round trip. Train leaves 7:25 a. m. V.a Rock Isiaud route. American Ste-.m Laundry, 112 West 7th street, tele, i5IL snap shots at homs news. Wild grapes are ripe. It must have been awful hot Ia Wichita yesterday. The maple-worm crop has been yery light lliis year. All the little girls ia Topeka have big gins for chums. John J. Ingulls spoke at Washington, Kas., last uijht. Judge Foster Bays he ia growing stronger every day. Mrs. Lease thinks the Populists were couuted out in Alabama. There was a large attendance at the baud coueeri Jast uight. Yesterday was the anniversary of the bailie of W.Ison's Creek. A new school district has been formed in this county; it is No. loii. A disir.ct court official says the word "auinouy" means "all the money." Marshall's baud played "Seet Maria" by request at the coucerl last uight. "Miss Topeka Rhodes of Kansas City" must be a very broad youug woman. The worst yet is the case of a young man who is refiling oil two suits of clothes. If a substantial looking cloud should appear today we would ail take our hats olf to it John Ritchie has commenced putting dowu brick sidewalks ou Taylor aud Lo cust streets. P.nk circus lemonade Isn't in it com pared with Topeka hydrant water just fier a tire. Superintendent of Insurance 8. II. Snider will Le home from New Y'ork next week. Bicycle racing in the Ban at Leaven worth yesierday must have beeu very enjoyable sporu What has become of the crank that was going to kill Mrs. Lease? He must have met her. A west side girl has had a different young man caller each eveuiug tor the last two weeks. The excursion train to Meriden today was controlled by lhe Republican csjuuiy central commiitee. 'lhe barometer has indicated rain for several days, but weather forecasts don't coii.it iu dry weather. Five girls all iu white were out riding last evening iu a yellow cart drawn by one little sorrel pony. Frank Forrest, the ex state house jani tor, orator is advertized in wesieiu una sas as "The Boy Oia.ur." And still they continue to give danc ing pari its. A sttainig pariy woUid be more euj jyable just uo.v. The "Bi ue Clippers" and the "Topeka Roiiud-'ro" are Having a game of b..li at luo fair grounds ihis afternoon. People on Q-imey street are complain ing of rac.ug by the young bloods in buriries and on Otcycles m lhe evenings. Eleven men stood iu a crowd wa.ch ing the Kansas avenue parrot, today and taree of them had eyes done up iu rags. Auditor Van li. Prather. who is back from his Colorado vacation, says he had a go d time aud is mu h improved iu bealtll. Six of the twenty employes of the 1 S itita Fe brass foundry have been 1 v.d olf because tuere was uot work enough fi r ttii-m. ; William Green, the grocer, who has just returned from a trip through W is consin, says the apple crop iu that state is a fa lure. A little hundre 1-and-twent-live-pound roan was ou the avenue lod ty with his ha.r in two braids that were lied togeth er wilh ribbon. ! That mauy parents haven't irr.?".licence enough to bring up children is exempli- j tied in lopeka by the tact mat a c.iua has beeu named -L ivie" iu this town. j The Kansas division of the league of American Whee.meii will expend a part uf the iuuds iu its treasury lo put good roads literature iu the hands of its mem bers. Western Kansas farmers are alrealy asking the s.a e board of railruu 1 com missioners for assistance iu netting feed for mau and beast into lhe burnt up dis tricts. If you want to enjoy a refreshing sleep tliesO warm iibms lake a cold bath and do not wipe i ff the water, 'liie evapora tion ou the surface of lhe skiu will bring sleep. Adjutant General Davis has Issued an order warning the members of the national guards to be careful in target practice to have a good big hill for a back Stop. Judge Frank Duster is another lawyer that does not a.'ree with Major I. O. Pickering iu regard to the tecuuical ir reguiarties selling aside the sulfrage ameudmeut. Miss Ida M. Dennot, who taught a pirt of last year iu Hie Topeka schools has beeu elected to till the vac nicy in the Polwiu schools caused by the resiguation of Miss E'a Raukin. Ou one of the front windows at the Santa Fe offices is a stretch of chicken leucingto keep papers from blowing out. An Atchison man was in town today and noticing it said, "Great Caesar, wnal gi gamic mosquiios they must have down here." A minister in town gave an example of Christian fortitude last night He was awakened iu the dead of l tie night by his horse getting out of the barn. Jle chaned it all over town before he could ea ch it, and the worst he was heard lo say was, "I declare!' There is a new baby mrnkey in the Zoo" at Oakland park. President Baker of the Topeka Railway company says this is the tmrd baby monkey boru at Oakland. T.ie other two died when but a few months old aud an extra effort is to be made to "raise" this one. fi.ania9) City Excursion. Special train Sunday August 12. $1.5 ) for round trip. Train leaves 7:25 a. m. Via Rock Island route. Are Yon T 1-onhl.n .1 With Constipation or Sick Headache? If eo, why not try lleggs' Little Giant Pills? It only takes one pill a day; forty pills in a bottle. One bottle will cure you, and only cos's 23 cents. Sold and warranted by W. R. Keunady. Call for Cubeb Cough Cure and insist upon having nothing else. 25 and 50 cent bottles. Try it and iT it is not as we say the beat remedy of the kind in the world we ask you to condemn it to all your friends. Sold by Rowley Bros. Webb & Ilarris.druggists, Bennett'-Flat3 V62 calls up the Peerless You have your trou!?, I T -have the remedy. We ktm t. because Iai.es who us a Viavi r 1 tell us so. If you are rr-.t f'" ccnvinceJ of its rr.erits, iik ef your friend's about It. -cf them, probably, have w: - 1 We are willing to stand or t. ! i the testimony of laJies who 1 .-. -useJ Via vi. You should ; t . t t their experience. Doit Rusb blindly into IL Inform y-. fully. "Be sure you ars r. then go ahead." Kztrjsns Vlavl Co., X Columbian Builditg, TOPEKA, K.A.M ".' Hem "" and laboratory. Sn rancmco. Cm.. f , - i f, s i n4 11 u ii r-: - : ; ; KitcMl 529 K&HSA8 A' -7 -j 7f k f, 1 CiaK-'MAK!';!: (JVC!-' fWti'JFKTVhZP r v- ' -; M.L.TR2MP. Top kaVKc Mii.fi i J.iw ii i Ivfult. DR. 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