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6TATJ3 JOURNAL. SATfJRDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2 i, 1S)4.
AwirJed ISsnon World Fair. j - j i . . -iff MOST PERFECT MADE. ' A pure Crap s Cream t f Tartar Powder. Free 'from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS TIE STANDARD. NOIlTll TOPEKA. of Interest ft-cm the North the itiver. Items Side of , C. Kaser, salesma at J. II. Foucht's, la confined to hi homo by a fever. 1 P. V. Thcrne of Rosa villa id visiting Joe Croaiwell on his return from a trip 'to Bt. Joe. Harvey Kellar. who so mysteriously J disappeared a week ago. has not yet been heard from. , Mi 44 Lola Bowmin will spend next week in Kansas Cily visiting the millin ery ope a in gi. Councilman J. IX Pattison is home ' from Oskaioosa, to spend a few days with his family. The Republican flambeau club made a psrada on Kaunas a enue last night and made a very creditable showing. ; Georgo Stoker got his foot badly 'mashedj whil taking up a drive welL ;Tlie injury is not considered serious. Liuudale lolsre A. O. U. W. gave a 'danoe at Shorey lust night, which was , attended by a uuoiber of North Topeka people. ' John Wilson of Cskaloosa, accompa nied by his friend, Mr. Harris, will spend tiumUv with" bw pureats, Mr. and Mr. 'J. P. WiluOU. 200 pouQdj fresh cat fih at Goodman Eros., Kaaoas uviaiio. A complete Hue of homoepathic reme dies at A. J. Arnold & Sou'. We have a tine lot of freh celery to day. G judiaan Bro., 841 Kansas ave. Take your prescriptions to A. J. Arnold & Son, t -21 Kan ave. Established 187a Misses Emma ar;d Dora Edmonad, daughters of cx-Sen.tor Edmonds of Mo r Louth, will arrive tc morrow from Du 'ver and will visit the family of J. P. Wil 'son bol'ore going on ;.o their home. Rev. 21. lugels, pastor of the North Tupeka Christian church, is out of the city uu b'l.Hinesa pertriiiiin to the church. Hirf pulpit will be Idled in the morning by Otto lrel.n. TLe Y. P. . C. E. will conduct the temperance service in the evening. The Republican club will hold its reg ular meeting at the club room in tWe Harratt block, Monday evening. Ad dresses will be maJe by Mr S. A. Thurnt'ju, 1. C. Tillotson and A. If. Vance. The llBmbeitu club will parade, and has invited the south sid club to join them. The ladies of the Kansas Aveaua II. E. : church pave a missionary tea bit eveuing' at. the parsonage. During the afternoon a literary programme relating to the missions was rendered by the la dies, and in the evan tig their husbands and gentleman friends were entertained .at luncheon. The freewill uflering for f oreiifti misdioDS amounted to over $10. EMANCIPATION DAY. Celebration f Lincoln'H Fror Uloation of S 'ptfinber 2'i, 1861. The celebration of the issuance of the iirst emancipation proclamation fey Pres ident Abraham Lincoln in Topeka today is under the direction of the colored old soldiers beloajinj; to Fort Pillow post, x. A. It. The colore ! men who object to their children and grand children observing aa aciancipation day the anaiversary of the liberation of the est Indies slaves, 'Stistead of tae aaniversary of their own !,fredtm, intend that the V2d of Septem ber shall hereafter be observed every yekr in Topeka. i Taio farwnoon the exercises of the day were opened by a parade on Kansas av enue, hcadel by the hook and ladder truck and hose con? puny from station No. S of the city lire department, which is manned by colored men. The ot bsr orjjaniZHtiona in the parade were the n ilored DUpatch band, the members of Port Pillow post, end a large deiegitien of white o.d soldiers from the local G. A. R. posts. Ira addition to the regular banuers and flags of the past., the colored old soldiers carried banners displaying portraits of Lioceln, John JErown and Charles Sum ner. The celebration p-oper is in progress at tho City park, and will be concluded tonight at Hamilton hail. PIOXEEHS TO CELEIJItATE. Pile ITirst Conrpgat ioiial its to Haie a Oreitt lajr n Tueday. The metinr of tht Pioneer society of the First Congregational church will take place at the c lurch Tuesday from 3 to 10 p. m. A supper for 500 or more people will be served free from 6 to 8 p. xa. by the Christian Endeavorers. Tha order of exorcises for the after noon is as follows: Oran solo, Prof. J. B. fclie; prayer. Rev. Peter McVicar; ad dress of welcome, r. A. D. Gray; re sponse, Rev. Louis Bcdwell; music, Pio neer quartet; reminiscences, members of Pioneer society; reminiscences, old settlert; mus.c, Pioneer quartet. In the evening' tho following will be the exercise?: Organ solo, Mr. W. E. Bat tey; music, Kansas Emigrant's song, by W hittier; prayer. Dr. F. "te. McCabe: his torical address. Mr. Harvey I). Rice; re marks, Mr. L. L. Roty; music, Rtuniou B'jng; tendicion. Rev. L. lilakesley. lefT ilntiio(i4 aaillilary. Chairman Ureidenthal and Secretary Setnple of the I'opulist state central com mittee fav there is absolutely no founda tion for tua story sent out from Arkansas City, to the effect that Jeff Hudson is again making a canvass of the Third dis trict for the Populist nomination for con gress. Chairman Ureidenthal says Hud-. !3u has too much good sense to be guilty ci trick of that kiud, IN A COLLISION. Bardette Hartley Formerly of Topeka Killed ia a Saata Fe VV reek. Bardette Hartley, a popular young fireman on the Sar.ta Fe, was killed at Elmdale tbia morning in a freight train collision. Th collision was a "rear end" ona and occurred at 4:53 a. m. Extra traia engine 617, was standing at the depot It was eaatt-ound and the jway car was at the east end of the plat form when regular train No. U'-J, engine No. 794, Engineer McCauley, also east bound, pulled into the .station and ran into it. Elmdale is a small station six and one half miles west of S-trong City. The re ports at the general oCicsa are very meagre as yet and it is nat probable that a full report will be receive! until Sup erintendent Turner has taaJe a more thorough investigation. There was no oat in the way car and all except Hartley escape! serious in jury. The trains were badly wrecked. It is not known at the odicas who is to blame for the wreck. Tue extra traia should not have been standing there, General Superintendent Mudge says, without having sent a flagman. The engineer on the regular traia is to some extent excusable because tho accidant occurred on a curve and it 1j possible that he could not see the raar light of the train ahead until it was too late to stop. Burdette Hartley had beea a fireman on the Santa Fe for about eight months. Prior to that time he had been employ ed in the shops hers and had many friends. He was only twenty-three years of . age and lived with his parents on Adams street until a few weeks ago, when he was trans ferred to Argentine, and has since been running out of that place over the Empo ria cut-olf to Newton. About two weeks ago his father, who was formerly employed in the shops here, left Ad ims street and moved to Lawrence, where the family now lives, and where the remains wiil probably bo interred. He was a member of A. O. U. W. lodge, No. 214, of this city. OIIDEU 3iISUMEIlST00D. J udga Foster Says Judge Cald weir's Order Uoesn't Interfei-e "With .District Judges, Judge Foster says that the orj;r filed in the United States circuit court yester day has no reference whatever to the duties of the United States district judges or the Santa Fe receivership cees. He says that the right of the district judges 'to make any orders within their respec tive district which can be mills by cir cuit judges is not questioned. He say t "It teems the order referred to wa simply intended as ii division of the court into three districts, and assigning certain territory to each of the several judges for all business which attor neys might choose to present, but preserving receiv erships now in charge of any judge from any change of management ty reason of the assignments under the order. If the order is re garded as a bid for receiver business, I would be glad to unload on the, circuit judge every receiver case ou the docket. But those who know Judge Caldwell will bear testimony that if at any time he desired to make orders iu any case, he has a way of making his wants known to attorneys and litigants without filtering them through the un reliable source of any subordinate at tache of the court. "So far as the personal movements of the district judges are concerned, it is aimply absurd to suppose they are an swerable to any one, us to when and how thay shall absent themselves from their district, and they are just as free to go and come as the circuit or supreme judges themselves." SHE REMAINED THE E. And N'ow Miss Barllctt Wanls $1.10,000 From Her Deail Fiancs" Kstate. Bostox, Sept. 22. One of the most pe culiar cases on record ia reported here. Miss Mary E. Burtlett, late of Maiden, has brought suit for f 150,00d damages against the estate of the late Dr. Houry J. Bigelow for alleged breach of promise of marriage, made by the doctor some time before his death. She aays that she fully belierea that the doctor would have kept his promise to wed her had not death intervened. After his death Mils Birtlett tried to recover from his executors $150,0)0 which she said t he doctor promised her if she remained true to him, but they re fused to surrender that sum. The suit will be tried in the Middlesex court next week. Dr. Ligelow was ona of the best known surgeons of the country. For mora than thirty years he was professor of surgery at Harvard, retiring from that placj in 1SS4. He was known through ut the world as erne of the leaders of anatomical research, and some of his works are reo oguized as standards. Miss Bartlett comes of one of the old est families ef the state and is highly ac complished. 'LAYS. LouiioneM JTiidgw AH American Actresses by the Failure of One. London, Sept. 22. Mrs. Langtry is busy preparing for her American tour. She opens in November and will manage her own business. Mis3 Hope Booth's disastrous failure in "Little Miss Cute,"' has excised Lou don's uncalled for derision of American actresses and American plays. Lawsuits for salaries due the company have been commenced. The parents of Cissy Loftus who was recently married to Mr. Justin Huntley McCarthy iu Scotland, have taken legal opinion regarding the mar riage and it is stated that proceedings will betaken against .".ir. McCarthy. Sir Arthur Sullivan's "Ivanhoe'' will be the first novelty of the autumn at the Berlin opera house. Emperor William, the empress and Prince Henry of Prussia have promised to attend the first per formance. Bay Voar Winter Coml. The ball ia now open by the Topeka Coal company. For this month we will take your orders at $2.40 per choice nut coal. tou for liny VtartYintrrCoal. The ball is now open by the Topeka Coal company. For this month we wi.l take your orders at $2.40 per ton for choice nut coab Buy Yonr Winter Coal. The ball is now open by the Topeka Coal company. . For this month we wi.l take your orders at $2.10 per tou for choice nut coab DIED i j jlH v , ' i NEW UNION RAILWAY STATION AT ST. LOUIS, MO. Said to be the largest and best appointed building of the kind in the world. The train-shed eovers 4'J4. 20O square feet of irround. It han thirty tracks, capable of holding almost 3W cars under shelter, and is illuminated bv 123 arc lights. Hetwcen tho tracks and ihe main building stretches a promenude called the " Midway," extending tue length of the butidinsr, 006 feet, and 65 feet wide. From the main entrance one can either nu down to the pasner concourse, where tickets are sold, and thence to the tracks, or one can go up to the brilliant! y-tltted rotucda, ex tending upward the entire height of the building, and covering an area of 8 8J6 square feet. Tha waitina-roonis and dining halls are to rirht and left of tbia rotunda, and above these are. 60 well appointed railroad offices. Above this rises the enormous clock tower, 25 feet square, to a height of -d feet above the tracks. A II UN DUE I) 3IILES A DAY. Entertain! ntr n Younc Woman Visitor by Tukini; Her Ilicycle Itidin. Chicago, Sept. 22. Taking a young woman visitor out for a three day bicycle ride, over r.iads scarcely equal to the sand-papered courses of France and with the avowed purpose of coveriug 100 miles each day, may not be au entirely conventional method of entertainment, but it has been adopted by some local members of the Century road club for the benefit of Mrs. CUra B. Stein, who is a member of that organization, residing in Salt Lake City. Mrs. Stein has ridden three "centuries" in Utah and finds such cycliug not dele terious to her health. Her three duvs of riding hereabouts will be to Milwaukee, to Rockford, to Chicago. She will be escorted by Mrs. Faircuild, Misses C"of fey, Berte, Pegorty and Porter, atid Messrs. Gunther and Slusher. The party starts this morning. She Would Do. "I have got a new cook," said Mr. Rub bulis, 'but fche. acknowledges that tho only knows how to cook ham and egg3 uiij make a cup of colfee. " "Oh, that doesn't matter," answered the wilo. ''She will be geno before it i:i time to cock dinner anywey. Indian apolis Journal. Not a. r.AQsant Prospect. Wife I don't believe In women votlnr; at least I should never want to be 11 leader in politics. II usbaixi And why, my doar? Wife Ugh! I should so hate to goto the penitentiary. Brooklyn Etiie. Idgrhtziliiz Strikes In tljo KJglit Place. '' What have you got in folding beds?" asked tha customer, addressing the furni ture aaleaman. 'Get one of our clerks In one, and they are just trying to get him out." New York Press. In Cliicisro. "Will you bo my wife?" be asked over the wire of tho angelic voiced telephone girl. , "Whr.t number, please?" was her chill ing reply. Iscw York World. Kot ToyHke. Wheelman (sentenUously) The bicycle is jno longer n toy. Ordinary Citizen (earnestly) No siree, it isn't. I've been run into by one my self. 2ew York Weekly. And T5ey Went. First Mosquito Joyful news, old man. Second Mosquita What's that? First Mosquito Twins have lseon born in tho next house. New York World. More Than Esoufh, Mrs. Smith (looking at fiat)- -But I don't ee any closets. Mr. Smith' Why, my dear, every room's a closet. Brooklyn Life. Anxious to Scov, Tommy Pa, what's ma crying for? Father She can't find her teeth. '"Is that tha reason tho baby cries so much ? ' ' Life. What Was Refused. Mnbel (as he comes back unsuccessful) And has papa refused you? George (sadly) No, he has refused you. Truth. ISrazil AVitl Xot Morrow. London, Sept. 22. The Brazilian minister of finance has cabled a denial of the report that the Brazilian govern ment intends to issua a five million pound loan. Bay Your Winter Coal. The ball i3 now open by the Topeka Coal company. For this month we will take your orders at $2.40 per ton for choice nut coaL Kansas City Eirnraitn. $1.50 round trip to Kansas City Sun day, September 23. Tickets good on all trains via Rock Island route. Bny Vour Winter Con. The ball is now open by the Topeka Coal company. For this month we will take your orders at $2.40 per ton for choice nut coal. Will AsVt Vetmany to Arbitrate. New York, Sept. 22. A special to the World from Colon Colombia says it is be lieved that . Nicaragua will ak Ger many to arbitrate the Mosquito question. liny Vour Winter Coal. The ball is now open by the Topeka Coal compan3'. For this month we will take your orders at ?2.40 per ton for choice uut coaU -r- i iV- f .- ) ' NO CAUSE. She Felt It Was Not Wrong to Go Oat Driving-. "I think you're the most jealous man that ever got engaged," said Ma bel to Jack Halliugsworth, her iutend ed. They had just bean compariug notes as to their respective summers. "I am not iu the least jealous," re plied Jack, "but I certainly do not think your conduct has buea altogether rijjht to me." "But, you stupid fellow, I could not utterly ignoro men -who were introduc ed to me," pleaded Mabel. "Ignore thorn? No. But you were not compelled to encourage them," re torted Jack, with a frown. "I never encouraged them, " contra dicted Mabel. "Hew about Charlie Dashiagton ?" "Well, what about Charlie Uitshing ton? I am quite sure I did not flirt with him." "Nor encourage him in auy way?" queried Jack. "Not in the least, " was the positive rejoinder. "And yet," arr.ed Jack, "you fre quently went driving with him." "Yen. I did diiving with him. "Alone and iti the eveuing?" "Yes, " pouted Mabel, "I did. But what of it?' "Isn't that encouraging a man? Driv ing with him constantly, alone and in the evening?" "No, it is not." "Will yon kindly explain to me," demanded Jack Eollingt, worth icily as he rose to go, "why such conduct is not direct encouragemeut?" "I will tell you why, '' replied Mabel as she took his hat and cane from him. "It is perfectly true that I went out driving with Charlie Dashington a good deal, but never ence did I take the rein? from him and drive- myself." New York "World. ii'Jirietliinfi: Needed. The elderly maiden lady had sued tlto rich old fellow for breach of promise and was testifying. "You say, " said the attorney, "that tho dcdViid&ut asked you to marry him?" "1 do. " "And what did you do?" "I accepted him, of course." "Why did you accept him?" "Ho was different from most men." "In what respect, pray?" "Ho risked me to marry him. " "Ahl Did he protest his love for you?" "No, I protested at Grst. Toward the last I consented. " "Didn't you intend to marry him for his money?" X t o. "You worildn't have married hiin without the mauey?" "Of course not. " "Well, do you think thr.t is fair to a man?" "Certainly I do," she exclaimed. "You don't suppose a'womau wants a man for a husband who has 110 attrac tions at all, do you?" And then tiio at torney let her go. Detroit Free Press. Herd to Please. Yachtsman (starting out) Consarn thoo workmen. They didn't get tho bottom of the boat half smooth. I know by the way she sails. Just feel of her sides. They are aa rough as a nutmeg grater. Same Yachtsman (after fin npset) Geewillicans! Hew in creatiou i3 a man to hold on to a slippery thing like this? Good News. o- Nearly Buried Alive. , Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 22. Mrs. Her man Schneider of Appletou, a middle aged woman was supposed to have died last Thursday. The body was laid out and preparations made for the funeral. Last evening some friends, noting that the body had not become rigid, decided to apply tests to ascertain whether the woman was really dead. Ammonia was aeld to her nose and she revived. Chinese Transport at lort Arthnij Shanghai, Sept. 22. A dispatch re ceived here this (Saturday) evening from Tien-Tsin reports that all the Chinese transports have safely reached Port Arthur. THEATER. They coma high, But we got them! The Queen OF 'All KM ALL. KISS The Laiias" Pet ! The Children's Joy! pr-p C WKF.T pKLIOTFI FL J Wl.NGLK! AXCEKl SUNDAY AT THE CHURCHES. Spiritualists Lincoln Post hall east Sixth street. Lyceum Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Conference at 11 a. m. Lec ture at 7:30 by Rev. C. M. Searing. Sub ject, "Phenomenal Spiritualism," "The things that 1 do ye shall do." Jesus. Brethren (Dunkard) church, Oakland. Preaching at 11a. m. and 7:30 p. ru. to morrow by Elder Vaniman. The Oakland Presbyterian at the cor ner of Winfield and Riverside avenues, Oakland. Preachlnjr at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Morning services conducted by the pastof, Rev. II. S. Child Subject "Why Tarrie9t Thou." No evening ser ' vice on account of the dedication at 3:30 p. m. North Topeka Baptist church, corner Laurent and Harrison streets. Rev. V. B. Hutchinson, pastor. Services at 1J. a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject, "Life Contrasts." In the evening will be given the first of a series of sermons on "Self," Bubject "Self Knowledge." Central Congregational. Preaching at 11 a. m. by Dr. S. B. Alderson of the First Presbyteriau church. The pastor, Charles M. Sheldon, will preach at the eveniug service, 7:30. "The Workiug mau and the Saloon." This subject is re peated, owing to the storm of last Sun day. All wage workers are cordially iuvited. . Madison Street Baptist church W. F. File, pastor aud suxjerinteudeut of the Sunday ecliool. Preaching at 11 a. ia. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Second Adveutists meet at the resi dence of Mrs. Welty, northwest cornor of Washburn avenue and Twelfth street, at 2 ). m. Subject: "Daniel's Abstin ence." Walnut Grove M. E. church, T. Thoburu, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. acd 8 p. m. First Baptist church, Rev. J. Thomas, pastor, will preach at 11 a. R. m. B. m. Topic: "The Year's Harvest." At 7:3J p. m. the Sabbath school will havo their ! annual Harvest Home exercises. Cumberland I'resby teriau church, cor- ner Polk and Huntoon streets. Preach- 1 ing in the morning at 11 o'clock by Rev. 1 J. lb Lawrence. Grace Cathedral (Episcopal), Eighth i and Polk. Holy Communion 8 a. m. i Morning Prayer, Litauv and Sermon at i 11 11. m. " I First Presbyterian church Morning, 1 preaching by Rev. C. M. Sheldon; even- ' ing, preaching by tlie pastor. Sabb-itti I school t !:30 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E., 0:30-7 ! p. m.; Junior Endeavor, 8 p. m. j Methodist Episcopal church, corner j Sardou and Chester avenue Preaching . by tue pastor, Itev. C. K. Aldnrson at 1 1 u. rn.: Isa. G3- 3, 1st clause. Preaching bv the pastor at 7:30 p. m.: Matt. 13, 4i-46. Third Christian church, corner of Branner ami Sixth streets 1 he pastor, V "P" M..1I...-.- 11., a. a . j. . . , mil j. 1 1 rnt.il l eft. ill. . i 1 7:30 p. m., Benj.' L Smith of the First Christian church will occupy the pulpit. The Christian churches of the city will hold a union congratulatory service in the new Christian church in North To peka tomorrow at 3 p. m., upon the com pletion of the new building. First Church of God Preaching at 11 a. m. by Eider J. B. McMillen. Subject, "The knowledge of God shall cover the earth as the waters of the sea." In the evening Evangelist N. S. Theckston of Kansas City wiil preacn. Subject, "Why do the heathen rime aud the people im agine a vain thing?" First Contrregaticnal Church The pastor, L. Blakesley, will preach morn ing and eveniug. Topic at evening ser vice, the second 01 the ounauy evening series, "Healing Power." Sunday school at 9:30, Junior Endeavor 4:30, Y. P. S. C. E. service G:15. First Uuiversalist Church No. 422 Kansas avenue; Topeka post halL Rev. Sarah M. Barnes wiil preach morning and evening at usual hour., Sunday Fchool at J):30 a. m. Y. P. C. U. meets at, 7 p. m. Second Baptist church, First street, Rev. G. D. Alden, pastor. Usual ser vices 11a. m., 3 p. m. Subject: "The Emancipation." WILL FINE KAILUOADS. They Kefuse to 07ey Joliet Ordinance and Are Uroujjlit Into Court. Joi.tet, 111.. Sept. 22. Several months ngo the city council parsed an ordinance, compelling every railroad entering tho city to elevate its tracks throughout the city, to permit free passage of teams aud vehicles underneath its crossing. The roads have ignored the ordinance and have declared no attention would be paid to the ordinance. Today the Chicago, Rock Island & Pa cific, Chicago & Alton, Michigan Cen tral, Santa Fe, Elgin. Joiiet. & Eastern, and the Chicago, Blue Island & Calumet roads will be brought into , court and lined for failing to comply with council ordinances. The city will impose the full limit of lines every day the roads fail to obey the order. TAX SALES LESS. Sales For Delinquent Taxes $ 12,000 Less This Year Than a Year Aro. County Treasurer A. K. Rcdgers has completed a statement snowing the tax alesof delinquent property this year. These sales are transcribed into a separ ate record. The sales this year were a trifle less than foo.OOO, which is a de crease over a year ago of about $12,000. There is probtbly no better criterion of the prosperity of a community than the sales for delinquent taxes, and this year shows a healthy and congratulating improvement in business affairs over a year ago. alito Land irant Conflrmed. Santa Fe, Sept. 22. The United States court of private land claims today, in the Galisto case, south Santa Fe county.con firmed the lands actually allotted, aggre gating about 1,000 acres, or bo much thereof as is not included in the Eaton grant, alrealy patented. The amount for which a claim was entered was about 24,000 acres. Bhirta mended by the Peerlesj. 1 ! OF SEPT. 2 " K ! Ilolntire and Siea, Comedy ntzgerald and Lewie, CkaraotJr Chacr ss. O'Esurke and Earnstta, Eccaatrio Acrobats. William Eleck, Strosgest Han Alive. CHANCE OF Bri.L, THl' KhDAV, io, 20, 30 cts No Higher. Avenue. 9 Do You Think These are Hard Times - The first four days of this week were the largest day's sales we ever had in any four cousecutive days, outside of holi days, since we have been in bust neas. This being the cmo don't 3'ou think there must be nome good reason for it ? Customers Invsctigate very Carefully now adays, if our tra.fe is so good wlieu general trade is so poor isn't it pretty good evidence that we must be making better prices than our competitors ? Wo al ways aim to keep our prices be low the market, and this year our prices, in keepinir with the times, are 20 to 25 per cetit lower even on staple good than ever before. Our large output gives us another advantage for this fall while most merchants aro buying little or no new good-, we are buying larger than war be fore and our buyer, who is in the New YorK market six mouths in the year, is enabled to pick up splendid bargains at li in' own price. Our fall goods are arriv ing by the car load and we will b I p 6 d o h 1 begin to quote prices in a few I O ' O I :, v 9 day?. If you wili visit us any time in the next month wo w show you some surprises. 8 Remember it pays to Trade at the r) WILL NOT RESIGN. The Story That Son::1tr Price Will Itetlre Not ltclieved. The Atchison Globe says: "There is a story in Topeka that. John M. Price will resign as senator from Atchison county owing to ill health, and that W. F. Guth rie will be a candidate to succeed him." Mr. F. Ij. Yandegrift fays the last time he talked with Mr. Price, who is his father-in-law, which was last week, he stated positively he had no notion of re signing. The story which is in circulation here is that W. F. Guthrie wants to get into the senate as a stepping mono iu his us. piration to succeed Caae Broderick in congress. 0 c SATURDAY to MARKET. .3 Special auction lot of Celery, 2C bunch. Bananas 5 and ioc doz. Lemons ioc doz. t & if & 5 readies, Fears, Grapes, rinms, and all the seasonable vcgetaLles. We f:ave a market attratlive ia ASSORTMENT, QUALITV and especially in PRICES. Rest Collec in t!:c market at lowest prices. TOPEEiA GROCERY CO. A Kansas Ave. r 0 0 WEEIS O THE Kansas