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STATE JOUKNAI THURSDAY EVBN'ta AUGHTSr 3t. 1894.
f ; 4 Vf IJ 1 f , i jirf A, j fcl Jji. ""aa) CENTS! SITUATIONS! REAL ESTATE! AUCTION SALES! & OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS. Tun Topeka Si ats Jocn.vAi. guarantees, every d.;v it is pnu ed, to x.v-i a local circuia tiou more than 1h bl that of Hay other I"ope ka puoer. aud by " ar Mor thn mil Oil" ( .iiii)iui-.i. This maK.es tuis paper the cue.i.iet, a wnil as tiia best daily advertis Ui ijju I ..m In 1( eka. tiia candied aUTertusw lueuU be.ow cost,x.g oat FIVE CENTS A LINE, cr 20 cents a lino (or a week; &0 cents by the litoiiili. City circulation everyday exceeds 6,000 total circa a.i' n over .0 o. swura detaue 1 5 Ciremeuts of circulatioo pre s?i 1 oj appucat oi!. I -( 1 ti I ea hot afternoon between 4 and C. tiia hau hiimesl, fi"te-.t, most perfect piwa ofjprin. mi luiicruii r in Kansas a Veb 1'eriect. p.ele 8-pte papers a second. SITUATIONS WAN TED-FREE. Are you in nI of work? If so, you ars at Jlbertv to u ioeie columns for assistance In that firejtHf. W .i5 tnis notice appears the fcuti J ju:!At w;u pu'Jiisn free oa Saturday, ilonday and Tuesliy. for lopeKa or Kaan peop.e. ail vn-icn-, ( "S tuatiom Wanted." not txe-e 1.1 five iims. or tu.r:y-iive words, ia lUifCli. provided that alt advertisements of tu. nt-iure are handed in previous 10 t"a oVi'ii'ic !-aturd;iy riorum;; also oa Wednes day. Thursday and "Friday, all advertising of tiiis c.s lidded ia by Uiu o ciaci Wednuiday tuorrj n;p. -No advertisements of this nature to be started exivpt ou Sciturda; s and Wednesdays. No ob lizauori is mcurreC on the part of tiie advertis er. iNo wormy an I needy maa or woman need lieVitate to take ad nat.ii.M of tin offer. No one In t'usiu or havm employment is expected to laKe ai' .-aniatre of it. bu. ad uiiier. mviieU to avail tiuiiiiVdi feely. WANTED HELP. VANT1 1) A eI steady trirl wants a place to work at oiice. Inquire 120 North Madi- VAMI1) liy i woman; place todohouse- work In tiie city or country. Address, "A," Journal otlic-e. NTf 1 v competent plrl for general ' lioiisework, fu" (.ireenwooj avenue, Fot win Fia.ce. Mrs. L. It. Wolfe. 1VAMED M'ork of any kind; best of refer- ern es. Address, . It. Waters, 4oU Kan sas avenue. AV'A.N l KD-I'ln 11, common, light sewing to do liy Mrs. i.. s. iiuouard, it Last Lau rent st., Nur.li lopika. "XX'A.N TE1 S!ti at on by a younsj man 'Jl ye;rs f eve. witli bet "of references. Ad lre.s. I'. W. llanns. Journal office. A n i i 1 Sin ation as clerk or book-keep-' er; expci ieuciMl; tirsiclaas refereucoa. Address, J., Jourii il oiH "e. AN fl I) I;y youns rnan attending school, a i.ai!; to woik fir board. Audress 1 G Tope:. a iiU-aietS College. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. ""AN IK1) A c irnpt plaver and bas drurn- rrer for Labor Lay. Apply to J. G. bam uslsua, sou., ol7 Kansas ave. " " A -N"i F 1 1 wo tr three boarders at 324 Wil.lK-V St. ' AM'hli To uv b'rse; must be youn; T trood mover. Cab eveuin-s. 412 Topeka av. "TAM ED G. isc liire.cook and htaEiu' stoves ' to repair. Shoves set up or stored. Call or aUdies TErE lit Lc Stove Eepatr Co., llt Eatt.ighth street. "IVANTKh-cia-j j iae stoves to repair at tin h., TU2 Kansas avo. (sUoidou's hard ware su e.) G. G. Lee. "II'AMKU-To -xciianjie pood farm free of lncuinbrance lor city property, luqiiire ac US Last ..ta st. W AN 1 ED s.m j small real estate loans. MMon Greei span. WA.N 1 D To 11 oe, .SLOILK or ship house- hoilxoiJs, f-oitfht. etc. ,rrr.,.SAv1 &.SKI.XNKR. 123 E. Ctll St. MELtllAN lt' lit LNat EJl & SiuKAGE CO. FOR RENT HOUSES. JpOU ItENX l'ar; of a house at S12 East 8th. , R KLN I 1 ire r.m cottage In good con d.tiou. One of tlie bet locations iu the city. on car iiii.. sea 3. ST. Wood. 1,-GK I I -N 1 Houses iu Oakland. I". C. Aloore - 42j Kansas avujje. 70a LEN T A g xnl six room house. Inquire ot JLr. Loby, 1 :s West uin st. FOR RENT ROOMS. a.s i li At c no; a ur IOR KENT Twj nicely furnished rooms. f.2J Monroe st. 1r"Oi: K1..N i I urai.shed room. 2o7 East Tenth elt. 1,UK. LI-NT K.isi- coo l rcwinsat the corner of t in and iiuchai.au sts. luqu,ro at L. 1. Knox s grocery. IIN EL V fi.rni-.hed lirstciass rooms and table board al 7us lo;x:iia ave. I1'1' P, ";N 1 f:itallt "Pstairs apartments, paruj xuruisuon. Coruer 4th and JacKsou. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. "IOH SALE Choice suburban tracts of 5 acres oi ni.ii e, a i joiii.uir t;ie Citv on t ie wt .t pn.'es r.u,j;.iia iroitt sl.j lo 7i Iht acre. ... Ih.rd cash. W. it. 1 U11BKS, bole Agent. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. T?OIt SALE dne pood Safety bicycle. In-i'-iire at 7J7 KaJisas ave., room 3, between 7 fti.a j a. tn. au l t a. d 7 p. iu. Jult HAI.K Soim extra good younj; hi-ii "T sraae Norman team; common work horses cheap, one too. I ar.v.u team. American riatiK. North lopesti. IO it SAI.L- G-hxI upright piano; bargain if -- soid soon, aoti tdojo si. ICIi SAI.L A black walnut dresser and an Ingram eartM, 7i7 Lauo st. lOIl SALE A giod oak folding bed, cheap. iul: SALE Shoit tnn lon at U percent lutertijC. Simo i Greanspau. IGH SALE Gilt edae first morttragea 7 8 9 ID pt-r eeut. Suuou Greenspan. ' ' 1OK K E A L estate or rental property see Jbenedict & Co., tkil Kansas ave. LOST AND FOUND. LO?IAJbuTcaT ris aTeuue or est Sixth street. Keward if returned to i.-20 i'ei tera ave. MISCELLANEOUS. SI KA ID a daik baytuare, 14', hands high, heavy biack tail ttinl mane, 4 years old, wore leather ii tiler witn raw hide strap. Keiuru to 13 wuincy st., and ieceive reward. JUST found the p ace where you can ret your fnuitare repair id and aiso packed for siiip weut. c i.iuiiii an I laying carpots a specialty All kinds ot general joubmjr work done on short notice. Avorft guai ameed, ey a jjood machauiO. ao, il Vi st leuux tuiMk, ut Saturiiay atturaoou at 1 o c.uci. bauh, autiUoineer. J oaa Ash- HAHN BROTHERS wtil oren t le r meat luarkei aia.u &-:p:amijer 1st. a; iiijl V'ot Sixth siieet, lhey w;.l Ud to see all th-'ir old as wed as new customers. As tiiey uaran teo satisfaction, it win pay you .o five taein a triaL 'lhey w.d liaiid.e not.i.ii but first .lass meats of ad kutds aud game in season. pIA.VO TL'N r.lt Ail orders Inft t K. B. A. Guild s, 7U Kao,n avenuj, Ul be promptly attended to. ISauiuei iracey. AKXESS AND KEPAlH WORK. iiarnes and snoe snop; pataa: lo.i.iur polish ttr busrsry tops; repairs in atl Ki.i li of ioat.iar irootls: s!lo-t4 -l.i.I i-l fori.- . i rl t. 11.4 1. derson. ll- West &i.vtn street. I lAKPEN'TER and repair wark. Address, Wm. Leedy, box 2J. Nortu iopeka, Kans. MONEY TO LOAN. IHCENIX LOAN association of St. Joseph, Mo.. s payments 5 eaca, matures il.ouo. We loan at o per cent. V. W. Mat a 1 s, ICS est 6th st. LOAN'S cn farms and ciry property made at low rates. LriVilee of payLm; f loj cr more. 1. Li. uoiter. iij rta.iSas avenue, xiutuey s uaua. MONEY LOANED on horses, p anos. I ouse hoid goo'ls and all kinds of chat ei securi ties. L. Tl.sco9, Kaasas avenue, room a. fONi-Y to loan on bonds, mortgages or per- soLial noUss. Simon Ghekjchpax. OUD notes and mortffaes bought and sold. St.ViUN" GtiiiMSPAJf. PARTI ES wishing a safe and paying lnrest ln iut for their money, cad at ouce on a. M. Wood ii Co., 5o4 Kansas are. SURGEONS. II. DeKord Patee, lenim A I Tjrp Topeka, Kaus. (ol GiiXLiaOla "r li. WARD, A. AL, M. Li "" 717 Kansas Av!cr. Hours: 2 to 5 p. ra. Pnvato hospital for women aaa or on wood avouae. T11LD. B. CojCord, Kidney and Private dis- eases. Kansas avenue. A. TCLL. 1 Kedence 904 Qalncy atreet. Office, 900 East 4th street. HEN RY W. KOBV, At. D. iui-kiKA, Kansas. SK. SHELDON. M. I).. BL'KUltilSC and maAsas or VOXIK , with private hospnai. Otnces No. 7 Jo Kansas Ave. J. C. AioCUJUtocs A. M., M. D. Frances Storrs. A. B.. M. D. MfCLIXTOCK A KTOHR4. Practice limited to Sb'RGERYand DIdlsASES OP WOMEN, adj Kaunas areaud. OEloo hotus, 3 to 4 p. ill. DA. C. BAitNEa. M. D. Cf5ce 732 Kan. Are. Residence, 13th and Clay. on.ee Hours 9 a, m. to 1A a. ia .and p. iu. to E p. in. 1'uoiia 99. AN G, 703 Kansas Avknui Te!e. W. TAK. J. K. MULVANE j opeclaA attention given to chronic diseases. ' omco opcu ail hours. j 800 Kas. Ave. PLcne 83. L. A. RYDER, M. D. , OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon street an I i Central ave.. North Lo)a.a. Paona 214. j Uses the Br.nkorhou system ot liectat treat- ment, a siccessiui and pain toss treauuaot for i pi. os. list a ia. ii snare, ulceration, etc. DEfJTISTRY. G EO. P. AsHiON, D.D.S.. ULNTI3T. N. W. Topeka, corner Eli Kansas. ;tr.h and Kansas areaues. DAUCZlMGr. Mr. and Mrs.. J. H. AVetherell's classes tn Dancing Academy, Masonic Budding. Jackson stree., will open for Children Saturday, Septem ber 2-Tld., 3 to 5:SO p. m. At;l! Is. Moiiliay, S'p tembHr L4, 8 to 10:30 p. m. Cin. lreus c. ass un der i..e d.recllon of Mrs. 'Wethereti an 1 Mis'? Mame Smith. Hall for rent for select part.es. For terms call or address ac Academy. Amusements. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Saturday Matinee and Night SEPT. 1. First and Foremost in all Things! J. H. HAVERLY'S Original Mastodon MINSTRELS! The grandest company ever organized. Min strelsy is an art. ahe '-.Ua-Kod ns" are artists, 'i he great ones ar-3 all hero: Burt S'lepard. Harry Armstrouic. t- M. Kayne, Harry toustaa tiue. Harrv Budwortti. Alf Gibson, tasted Bryd2's, Billy l.yoi s. Marion and Pearl. Kohl anil Barney and .5 other famous favorites. Haverly's svmphony orche?tr and superb Sil ver baud. Best ami biggest in the wu;e. wiiie worid. tai:y uarade of entire organiza tion. Price null ig tiie Haverly enpaemeut: $1. 75. ri and uza. Reserved seats on sa.e at Sims' druK store Thursday eveu.ujr. TOPEKA THEATER AN IJ Ml SEE, (Formeily Cra Aforil's Opera House.) SSSaSL'S MONDAY, AUG. 27 The Little Favorite, EDIIIC3 G003PJOH,. And her cleer company. Win be seen in the fohowmg repsartolre: Mondav Sweet F.rlar. 1 ue-oay Mali: e- aii'l N !;. Girl in Orev. Vliieday -lops 1 hat Pass ia th Night Thursday Lir"ie Koiup. E'rulav Fauehtn. Saturday Wanu-d. a Husband. Prices 5, 10, 20 cts. Edea M :see 10 cts. All Summer Lon? seekera for enjoyment anl travelers who'vean eyeopen for p'eas ire will Bad luxurious delight in a trip oa one of the LAKE niCEIGAN AXD LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSPORTATION CO'S ELEGAIIT STEAMSHIPS. The Great Lake P.outa which touches The Northern Michigan Summer Resorts. JpOf n Everybody's favorite steamer the i"'ulul1 handsome steel IA ITOt" will start ber semi-weekly trips twlxt Chicago and Sault Ste .Marie, about June l.Hh. w w p Send for illustrated Tjam- - - X P'ts. Address Jos. 3eroU- heira. G. P. A. ( - UKU rIICII. ATflt LAKE Rush and H. Viator St. Chicaax A TTCTIOS' SALE Toors. blinds, f-aiaes, cu ai- stone, betweeo 8ta and 7ih oa Vtiiacy sc. Webb & IIarris,drQg-gista, Bennett'aFlata. Good work done tj tie Peer leu. i 7H3 SAITA rS ECIT72. IBA1 SO KIX OJC. Ia Effect oa nd Kftor Ac(. SO, 133. WESTEOCN'D. Ieava Kansas City. Arre Topeka. Leave Topoka Trains. Wichita local. 1131 8:15 am I0:S5 am 10:40 am Oklahoma S. Texas local . . Deii. Si Tex. Lim California Lim.. Kansas City S To(eka phnr.. Colorado 2i .ght Express Man. & B. Ace. Ex. Sunday. .. lis J' o 1-J t lit Av..?.' am: ii - - 5i b so am 11 :3ft ami 11:50 am a; l:35pm: 3:pmi 3:45 pta 109 T 1S3 4:30 pm 6:40 pm 9:05 pm'll:20 pm 11:30 pm 7:80 am Letweeu Kausas City and loika ouiy. EASTBOUND. " Z?. Arrive j Leave Arrive Trains. 9 Topeka.' Topeka.: Kansas : ( j City. K. C. Ixcal 114 1:50 pm' 2:00 pmi 4:20 pm Chicago Vestl- i buie Lim 6 2:3.' pm' 2:55 pm 5:00 pm Columbian Lim. 4 7:10 pmi 7:3Upiu, 9:30 pm Missouri River I NiSfht Ex g 5:40 am, 5:45 am 8:00 am TopeKa and j Kansas City plug no 7:30 am 9:40 am Man. & B. Ace. Ex. Sunday... 154 9:00 pm Between Kansas City and Topeka only, ATCHISON AND ST. JOSKl'H. Trains. No. Leave Leave i Arrive St. Joe. Atclus'n Topeka. Pacific. Mexico & Texas Ex press Acuom.(ex. Sun) 1051 7:55 am' S:W am 11 -.05 am lulj 5:56 pra: 7:30 pm. 10:40 pra Leave I Arrive Arrive Topeka. lAtchis'n St. Joe. Accom.(ex. Sun) St. Joe Evening Express 122 7:00 am 9:50 am 11:15 am 106 4:30 pmj 6:35 pm 7:35 pm Buy railroad, Pullman or steamship tickets of ROWLEY BROS., Agents Santa Fe route, southeast corner SlxtJi and Kansas avenue. Topeka. Or W. G. Garvbt, Agent at Depot, Or AitsoLi &. Sox, Agents, North Topeka. EOCK ISLAS3 EOUIS. In effect on and after April 29, 1394. WESTBOUND. Tyeave Trains. No. Kansas Arrive Iare City. Topeka. Topeka. Solid Vestibule j Express A 11 11:20 am 1:25 pm 1:35 pm Through Past I Express B 9 9:20 pm 11 :30 pm 11:40 pm Chicago, Texas ! Express A 1 10:31 am 12:40 pm. 12:&3 pm Southwestern LvS. J. Express A 13 9:35 am 12:40 pm Southwest Night LvS.J. i Express B 3 8 :Q0 pm' 11 :30 pm ill :50 pill EASTBOUND. I Arrive No. Arrive j Leave Kansas Topeita.) Topeka. City. 12 8:25 pm! 3:30 pm 5:35 pm 2 3:45 pmi 3:50 pm 5:55pm Ar S. J. 14 8:55 pm 7:20 pm Ar S. J. 4 5:i5 am 5:50 am. 9:20 am 10 5:45 am 6:00 ami 8:00 am Trains. Limited Ex press A Solid Limited V estibuie Ex press A St. Joseph and Eastern K x A press A express and Mail v.a St. Joseph ......CI E x p r e s 9 and Mall via Kau nas City C A Daily. B Daily, except Saturday. C Daily, except Monday. For tickets, sleeping-car berths and eeneral Information, call at City Ticket office, 6ul Kan sas avenue, corner Sixth street, (telephone 430): at Paasentrer Station, corner E irst street and Kansas avenue, telephone as4); or at Postofhce, North Xopeita, (teiephone tk,4i. H. O. GAR YET, City Passenger Aent. usrioa PACIFIC. ChangeefTlme. In Effect February 7, 1893. UNION PACIFIC EASTBOUND. I Arrives Trains. No. I -eaves ! Leaves Kansas Denver. 'Topeka. City. Eastern Vestl- j bu'ed Express, I Limited- 8 8:30pm 2:47 pm 5:00pm 2 9.05 am 4:50 am 7:o0 am leaves Junct'n Kansas City ac- City. eommodation . 6 4:35 am 7:10 am 9:30 am UNION PACIFIC WESTBOUND. Leaves j Trains. No. Kansas Leaves i Arrives City. Topeka. Denver. 1 Denver Pacific j Vestibuied j Lxproas 7 10:45 am 12:55 pm 7:30 am 1 9:00 pm;ll:10 pm 5:30 pm Arrives Junct'n Junction City City. Accommodation 5 4:00 pm 6:50 pm1 9:20 pm Daily, except Sunpay. All others daily. Train No. 8, solid vestibule to Chicago, dining csr, free chair cars. elc. running over the Clitca;?o St Alton from Kansas City, nas through sleeper for fst. Ixmis via Missouri Pacific. irain No. 7. sodd vestibule for Denver, mak ing direct c onnection for Pacific coast, through Puilrnan car for Salt Lake; through colonist car to Portland, etc.. etc City ticket office, 525 Kansas avenue. L. T. A S. TV. KAsT. Leave Topeka. .. 7:30 a.m Arrive Leavenworth, 11 :0O a.in AV EsT. Leave Teavenworth, via Oskaioosa.. 5:40 p.m Arrive Topeka s;io p.m Accommodation, daily ex. Sunday. MISSOURI PACIFIC. Train. No Lv's Topeka Topeka and Fort Scott ac commodation 10:00 a. m. A'v's Topeka ; loneka and Fort Scott ac j eommodation..... 5:30 p. m. TTNEWOOD & HIGHLAND PARK R. Ii. Trains will leave Cjulncy Street station week days for Vinewood as foliows: 6:45,9:19, li:5i 8:07.8:41. Trains win leave Vinewood for QuLncy streat at 7-7. 10:J1. 1 :02. 4:19. 6:50. . SCSDAT TRAIXS. Leave QuincT 8tT6et 8:02. :19. ld-at 11. 1:50.3:07,4:24.6:41, 7:30, 8:4'. 9:5U. " Leave V mewooa a-.-tt. 9:50, 11:16, 12:30. 2-30U 8:47. 5:o4. :24. Extra Sunday trains will be run according U company orders. Pocket edition timabiiis wiii be usaed ia near futura. DR. HEBRA'S (" viola onwn ? Removes Freelcie Uvr Molss xas4iheais. eiheis. f , ami re- . its origi- Ji , duoing rr l" 1 , feuabarn ana Tsn, stores the skin to ns.1 freshness, nrod dear anl neaithr com plexion. Sn-pertoT to Sul face " iruggists, or Trai led reparations ana penecuy harmless. At sH 1 10 or 50cta. Bend ior Ciroular. VIOLA AtON SOAP m-iT ln..l! m rtTl fter Oj. MrwsnF. iiwltl7 imrm aA MkMiI :&. cut. At dmjiriau. Pries 25 CeS. i-i5c-,5o. n1 General Fleaaonton's CKarmed Ufa. The lata General Augustas Jaraes Pleasontoa waa the older of two distin guished brothers, both of whom were bora in Washington and both of whom were graduates of "West Point. The old er brother, who passed away at the ape of 86 years, enjoyed distinction in late yt-ara chiefly becanse of his published writings on the subject of "tiie influ ence of the blue color of the sky in developing animal and vegetable life" and hia nianv exrx-rimenta to tirnv t.h correctness of his favorite "blue glass" meories. The other brother, General Alfred ; Pleasonton, achieved even greater dis tinction because of his lovg and valua ble services in the United States army. He made an excellent record in the Mex ican war, waa a famous Indian fighter, and in the war of the rebellion he divid ed honors with the greatest of the cav alry leaders. I have often heard Con federates tell interesting Ktories about the wonderful bravery and daring ex posure of person which caused General Alf Pleasonton to be marked among the soldiers of the rebel army as having a "charmed life, " because for a long time their sharpshooters found it impossible to pick him off, no matter how good their aim, and at last they virtually gave np the idea of striking him because they believed he had a "charmed Life." Concord Monitor. Locf Distance Photography. Now that Dr. Miethe, the scientific German photographer, has invented a telescopic camera, long distanced pho tography, that chimtra of the "dark room, " seems absolutely assured. The objective of this new photographic won der consists of a convex lens of consid erable length of focus and a concave lens of much shorter range. These glasses are placed a certain distance apart, depending on the difference of the two foci. I3y tho laws of optics this arrangement projects an inverted image of. the object for which it is set a long distance from the farther of the lenses. The apparent sizo of the object depends, of course, upon tho space separating the two lenses, which again must be set so as to make the focus perfect. The whole apparatus looks very unlike an adjunct to a photographic gallery and is said to bear a stronger resemblance to a com mon telescope than it does to a camera. With this apparatus Professor Miethe and his assistants have taken fine pic tures of portions of the city of Potsdam, Germany, from a distance of nearly three Engish miles. St. Louis Repub lic The Great liey Triclc. I was pushing my way in a great crowd one day to an entertainment given by a celebrated conjurer when I fel somebody behind at my coat pocket. Hastily putting m hand in, I found a key there. I took it out and put it in the pocket of a friend of mine who waa near. "In the course of th entertainment the conjurer was ierforming with a key, which he made vanish and appear again. "There, it's gone again I There it goes! Don't you see it? It's gone into tho pocket cf that gentleman over there. You've got it, haven't yon, sir?" and he pointed to me. I put my hand in my pocket and said: "Oh, yes. Here it is. I feel it. It's gone a;rain. It's gone into tho pocket of that gentleman. " I pointed to the man in whose pocket I had put it, and there, of course, it was found. Tho conjurer came quietly to me afterward and offered mo a sovereign to show him how to do the trick. Need less to say, I accepted the offer. Lon don Tit-Bits. SI. le I 'a ris. M. Dei bier is not a man to be envied just now. For a long time past he has been in the receipt almost daily cf an archist threats, so that he is guarded night and day by detectives. Going down south to Pan to effect the execu tion of Joachim Noray, the young Span iard who was condemned to death at the assizes of the Basses-Pyrenees for the murder of a woman named Berge ron, the executioner presented himself at the Hotel do la Poste. At first he was shown up to a bedroom, but directly he made his name known the landlord of the hotel ordered him to leave the prem ises. After some difficulty he succeeded in getting a lodging at a smaller he use called the Hotel de Paris, where the proprietor reaped a golden harvest, it being market day and the market peo ple crowding into tho place to see the newcomer. On paying his round of offi cial visit.s M. Deibler was followed by mobs wherever he went. London News. Wisdom of Hindoo Philosophy. Vedanta philosophy is a philosophy of Adwaita, the nonduality of soul and matter. The Vedantins believe that there 13 no evil in the nature of things, but only in the way which the mind of man perveTta it, and the material manifestations are but shadows of the eternal Ens clothed in name and form. The attainment of and way to this abso lute bliss lies through knowledge alone, and indeed he who knows one knows all. Thought can never transcend thought, and all that we know of is thought. Names and forms are rnero as sumption, not separate from thought. Journal of the Maha Bodhi Society. Gold In Chicago's Canal. One of the workmen on the big drain age canal which the ciry of Chicago is building brought to the contractor tho other day a carious little fragment of atone which had been turned np in the digging. It turned out to be a bit of brown quartz and black oxide of man ganese, flecked with pieces of pure gold as large as a pin's head. It was found to assay several thousand dollars to the ton. Aa the soil is clay, this gold ore could not naturally belong there, but must have been brought down by gla ciers from the Lake Superior regions, where it is native. Chicago Carre -jaondsat. THE COLD SHAKE. Bo Fsth.r-iu-taw Refused t Tkk. It From Ills Som-ln-Eaw. "I expect," began the queer-looking little old man, as he entered police headquarters, "I expect my darter Mary ia in this town." "Do you mean she ran away from home?" asked the sergeant at the desk. "Yes. Kan right away from Isabella county. Probably married by this j ?: Do you think she married some on here?" "I'm purty sure of it. She was in love with a feller here." "If she is married you couldn't take her home with you." "I don't want to." ' 'But you want to find her end have talk?" "Wall, there needn't be much talk about it. I want to find if she's mar ried. If she is she'll be keepin house. You pint out the house and I'll knock j on tha door- When she opens it I'll say: 'Howdy do, Mary I ve down to live with you.' " "But what is your object?" per sisted the sergeant. "Object? Why, I'm goin to make my son-in-law support me, of course! I didn't cum down to take Mary back, but to live with her to take per ceshun of the spar' room, the head of the table and the best in the house. Can't nobody gin me the cold shake not if ole Isabella county knows her gait! Feller as gits Mary gits her ole dad, and now put your bloodhounds on the scent and find out whar they hev snugged themselves away, thinkin' that the ole man didn't know that this country was passin threw the thoes of a financial hard-upness. HE TOOK THE ADVICE. And Fat m Curb Upon His Tongue Which. Bothered UU Friend. A Washington young man was so much jriven to exaggerated expression that his friends found it necessary to remonstrate. "Think before you speak," said one of them. "That's the only way to do it." And several friends who were near endorsed the advice. "But that takes time," he pleaded. "I never misrepresent anything that is really important, you know. All I do is to allow the exuberance of my fancy to gush forth." "It doesn't make any difference. You are making a mistake. You are getting a reputation which is hurtful to you socially and in a business way." "What'll I do?" "Never say anything you are not absolutelv sure of." "Well, I'll try it." It was some days after when they met on the street. Both were in a streaming perspiration, and the friend of the ima,ginative man remarked: "Hot, isn't it?" The only reply was a look of earnest reflection. "I say it's mighty hot." The young man reached around into his coat-tail pocket, drew out a ther mometer and, after gravely inspect ing it, said: "Ninety degrees in the shade. Yes, I think I am justified in replying to you, as I have to several other pewaple to-day, that the heat is very intense, although nothing1 extraordinary for this time of the year. Shape of a Cat's Eye. In a communication to the London Zoological society, Mr. Lindsay John son describes the results of his exam ination of the eyes of ISO domestic cats, as well as those of all the acces sible wild members of the cat family, lie concludes that the natural shape of the cat's pupH is circular, thoujfh under various degrees of light it as sumes every shape from the circle through all kinds of ovals to a straight vertical line. The younger tha cat the greater the tendency to become a pointed oval in ordinary light. In the smaller felidae, brilliant sunlight causes contraction to a line; in the largor, sometimes to a small circle. When a cat is suddenly alarmed the pupil momentarily dilates, in sleep it always contracts. In Command for the First Tli A man-of-war was lying off Gibral tar, and permission was given to the men to go ashore for the day. The sailors amused themselves in various ways, among others by riding about on donkeys; and their want of experi ence in this line caused .much merri ment. An officer observing one of the men sitting very far back on the ani mal, instead of the usual position, called out, "I say. Jack, get up more emidships!" With aa injured air ha replied: "Well, sir, this is the first craft that ever I commanded in my life, and its hard indeed if I can't ride on the quarter deck if I like." The Life-Saver. On the road between Yarmouth and Gorleston, England, is a small obelisk or monument, with a deviee of a ship in a storm, a rocket with a rope at tached just passing over it, and bear ing the following inscription: "In commemoration of the' 12th of Febru ary, 1803, on which day, directly east ward of this spot, tiie first life was saved from shipwreck by means of a rope attached to a shot, propelled by the force of gunpowder, over tha stranded vessel. A method now uni versally adopted, and to which at least 1,000 sailors of different nations owe their preservation. The First Dog Tax. The inventor of the dog tax in Eng land was Mr. Dent of a Westmoreland family, and a partner in Child's bank. After Pitt had imposed the tax, Bent was universally known by the name of "Dog Dent." He frequently re ceived large hampers freely garnished with hares' legs, pheasants tails, grouse and partridge wings, etc, but invariably aided with dead doa TENDERED MISSED A. JOLLY TRIP. Bat Preserved the Dignity ot lite Utile Sooth Anulcu Republic. Just before the Minneapolis sailed from Philadelphia for the trip which oroved so successful. Dr. It. Estanis laus Zeballos, the Argentine Repub lic's minister to this country, who had been invited to go along as a guest, walked up the gang plank in Cramp's ihip yard with a servant. He wa shown to the room which had been escrved for him, and which, in view sf the crude condition of the cruiser, consequent upon her trial trip, he found plainly furnished. He also dis covered that the president of the trial board and Chairman Cummings of the house committee on naval af fairs had state rooms that were some what more roomy and better situated, but no better furnished. Dr. Zeballus at once declared that in his capacity as minister to tho LTniteJ States from the Argentine Re public he could not accept any accom modations on the ship which were not equal to those assigned to any other person, and he made a request for a better room. It was impossible for Captain Sargent to find such ac commodation or to turn Mr. Cu minings or any other olfieial out of the quar ters to which he had been asigiid. Dr. Zeballos declared that, under these circumstances, lie could not ac company the ship on the trip and would leave forthwith. The otticials of the Cramp company expressed their regret very politely, and Dr. Zeballos, with servant trailing along behind him, walked down the ganar plank and thus preserved the dignity of the Argentine Republic, but ru'.sied the most beautiful trial trip that has ever been made. ONE OF PILATE'S SOLDIERS. The Ma Who Thrust Ills Laa Into Christ's Side. The name of the soldier who pierced Christ's side with the spear while he was hanging on the cross has been preserved in the legendary lore of the church as Longinus. This man was one of the soldiers appointed to keep guard at the cross, and it is said that he was converted by the miracles which attended the crucifixion. The legend even goes further, declaring that he was one of the company of watchers set to guard the sepulcher, and that he was the only one who re fused to be bribed to say that the body of our Savior had ben stolen by the disciples. For his fidelity to this great truth Pilate resolved upon hit destruc tion. On this account Lonrrinus left the army to devote his entire time to spreading the gospel; but he did this without first getting permission from the government of Judea or from Rome. He, and two fellow Soldh-rs whom he had converted, retired to Cappadocia, where they began lo preach the word of God. At the insti gation of some of the leading Jews, however. Pilate sent out a ditc!i ment of soldier who surprised the de serters, who were holding a Christian meeting, and where they had three crosses set up as an illustration of the great tragedy which had occurred but a short while before at Jerusalem. All three were killed and beheaded, and their heads nailed upon the crosses and carried back in triumph to ' Jerusalem. Strange Modesty. Dr. Von den Steinen was kindly re ceived by Indian tribes in Brazil who never dressed themselves except for social festivities. They were, how ever, extremely delicate-minded, anl their refinement took the form of thinking it a dreadful thing to eat i ii public. Having received sotin fried fish from a kindly hau l, and being extremely hungry, the doctor began eating in public. All the company present lowered tUeir eyes, and turned away their heads. If tluv saw a European at table d'hote they would die of confusion. D: Von d.-n steinen attributes this excess of re finement to a survival of the instinct which causes a dog to hide himself while gnawing a stolen bone. igbter Moui dIqj:, Of late years the rigors of perfunc tory mourning have been K-re.itly modified. There is little heard nowa days of how Ion people should May away from the theater after th- death of a relative, or at exactly what period it is again proper to dine with "a few friends." Even a widow need no longer count the threa ;s of white in her collar and handkerchief iu mortal terror lest there should be one too many. On the whole, the tendency is a sensible one. which, in the nature of thing's, can hardly go too tar. Peo ple suffering real bereavement art! not likely to be guilty of un lue levity, while no sort of hypocrisy is more hideous than an affectation of sorruv. Death in is (jam H.ill. An infant daughter of John Walers, at Lancaster, l'enn., met with a sud den and sing-u'ar death. Tha child, a year old, was left in the care of her brother, six years old. They played with a small gum ball and the baby put it in her mouth. The boy calle I the father, who was in another room, and he endeavored to taka the ball from the baby. The child, thinking he was playing, leaned back, laughod and swallowed the ball. Before a physician could be summoned the child was dead. A Iarlng Hot. Ilerr Heinrich Stott, a Berliner, made a bet of '250 that during the time between June 15, ld'rf3, and January 1, 1905, he will walk through at least two countries of each of the five continents of the worid, defray ing the expenses of his journey with the money he earns en route. So far he has hal plenty of adventures. In Algiers he was arrested as a spy, but acquitted after being detained lumr months in prison. 7