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STATE JOURNAL, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1894.
RENTS ! SITUATIONS I REAL ESTATE I AUCTION SALES! & OTHEIi CLASSIFIED ADS. TiirToPEKA State JornxAti guarantees, vcrvdav it is pri'ited, to Kive a local circul t on 'tiioi e than iteut ltj that ot any other Tope ka paper, and by far More tlmn ll Oiber Daliei Combined. This makes this paper ine cheapest, as v eil as the best daily advertis ing met: mm iu Topeka. tba classified advertise dcnts Leioiv costing but FIVE CENTS A LINE, or 20 cents a lii.e for a week; 50 cents by the month. City circulation everyday exceeds 6,000 total circulation over s.o. Sworn detailed statements of circulation pre sen ted on apnucacicn. I irt'aii and ke) any afternoon between 4 and 8. me h uiNoineii, fastest most perfect piece ofrmt,u4 macuii er y in Kansas a Web Perfect ing prex, which prints from two to tares com plete ti-pae papers a second. SITUATIONS WANTED-FREE. Arm you In netd of work? If so, you ar at I'Vfrty to ue tiicss columns for assistance la thai uirectioD. While tins notice appsrj the fri at it Jot k.vai, will puoiish free ou Sa;urday, Wonusy and Tuesday, for Topeica or KaaiU p""-i, all notice; of "hltuatious Wanted," not cxi.eed.ua; five lues, or Unrtv-flTS words, Ln length. Provided that ail advertisements of tli.s tiaturs ars handed in previous to ten o'c(r.j(t -?atur ay morning; also on Wednes day. 1 hursday au i I ri lay, ali advertising of tli.s o.ias handed la by tea o'clock Wednesday iorui:i.. -No acver'KeTteats of this nature to be started etrept ou aluUia ys and Wednesdays. No ob ligation is Incurred on the part of the advertis er. No worthy ami needy man or woman need luMUate to take advantage of this oiler. Xo one 111 business or hating employment is expected to l.i o ho vantage or" it. but all others invited to avail Uieiiueives freely. WANTED HELP. LADIKS wanted to write at home: $15 weekly; no cuinassintr. I.epiy wuh stamp, Miss i'au nie l'i'ikmir. ;oir;h l.i-ud. lad. "W'ANTKl) A ;,'! cirl for teneral house work, in f.iiu.ly of three. 'o washing 315 west lL'ta street. "A N'l KIj Position as salesman or buying wheat in or hear Topeka. 17 years tpe rienee. Satisfactory reference. l'05 east eth st. "V""ATET-God gill for general liouse work. No v -ashing. Good wages. 515 Buchanan. 'AMMi-Hy yoiin: man attending school, piai-e to worl- for doaid. Address "Ii. li." Toi-eka Business OiUrsire. "AN'I KD An active youngomce boy about iu or u years oi age. tun a. lugaus, law- yer. U'AMU)-Position by youiiir lady as clerk in i! ry goods store or "in office. Address "B. F.,'' Journal. "W'AM'KD-Sit ia:ioh for general housework in small family. Address M. ii." Journal. 1 "AN I I". l Sit lation for general housework iu uood and Miia.l family; first class place reiuired. Address ' L. P." Journal. 'ANTKH Sit lit on for general housework in small fn in: ly. or as chambermaid. Ad dress "l. I.'' Journal. 'AN 1 K 1 Pi; re by hoy 13 years old to work niorniiiirs and evenings for his board. Ad dress '!. '." Journal. ATAM hl Pu ce bv voune; girl to work for board whiie attending school. Call at 335 Van liuren st. ""ANTi:i ljiin sewing to do by Mrs. M. CuiU, at 13.1 J aoksou st. Prices reasonable. "1 ' A N TKD Homo with a family, aged couple " pre' erred, by an experienced girl who un dTsuu.i;s general housework and sewing. Ad dress 'L.J. P.." Journal. 4 ' ANTiiD Pl;.ce by good g.rl to do general housework, in smail family. Address 3ia West Curtis, Nort l Topeka. "ANT ID A mid lie aged woman to do 51 West 7th St. housework a' irANTrli-Sit au"'il laily as try. Address Mrs. lattou by a young or middle housekeeper in city or coun Laura Adrews, gen. delivery. "- AM Kl-Sit nr pher and uation by first class steno tjpewritur. - Experienced, in nil clerical work. In city or law. court work a out. Address Mis 1'AM hl-Sd " cist, flv yea l'"tereri-'es : reaso "I'iiarnuicist," itol s M. Cox, city. 'at ion by registered pharma rs experience; Ti years old. i ilde wages. Cail or address Aladisou sc, city. "IVAN I 1 I J a as n :i;lii w ati liable man; eitv r I . M. li rover. 4.W IVAN I Kl W, eK'.uTienre i aiso do steuograpl 44:'. city. litor work, care of oftlces. or lnnan or to ron luater Ke ferences. Address "J." care Kansas are. rk by a man of several years i mercantile business. Can uc Work. Address lock box. VAMHi-A cu;iy space ii ftrst class dressmaker to oc- i millinery store, between 7th ve. Address Milliner.Journal. mm m:i ou ivan "yAMHU-bcoii saiesmen. ulti East 5th st. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. "VV'ANTKI On easy pavmenrs. horse, har- ii-.-. and pliaeton. Must be in good order lchcap. Cad it iij Kaouu ave. " AAi 1 Fi Customers for milk from a fresh, young cow. 31a west stli street, o " A "v 1 1 1 - ' ni t: lady to room ami board pr, vate l'auu.y. Keterences. 711 uin:y. "VAMl.b- lc buy on mouthlv payments . i''J? sln;lil oayim-nt down. 5-rooih Ihiuso west of Kansas ate. Address "M." Journal. AyAMIiD-Uii to call ate. A. Uood win's rental ngeu-y. -.'3 Kansas avenue, and tl:le them and veil a tenant. 1 he onlv eelu-.v- reu;al ageu-v i t ie eitv. We devote our enure 1 1110 10 renting business houses resi-tl-uces. rooms, etc.. etc. '.lleeti..tw I'i-oiiipriy on a rea jouabie commission, t; 'i K tn. Bas avs "W'ANTKI Hoarders at 20 cents per meal 3. . per week; board and room 4 to u 5i per weett. titM) Ja-'ksnn sc. 'AN 'FJ-A j.vid bedroom set and about tso e st, U; . ,ru -i? ';uri,e?i niust be cheap for cash. Address -A. , . Journal. WA.NTt-L'lStaraor: private family. 1113 w -M uiroe st. ATA 1 t'lTuaees to repair at tin shop. e-- Kansas ave. O. G. Lee. V A 1 fc l) l'i m. tuning by fi. P. Honue. 1 , 1b rteenea's employed by E. li. Guild. 1 uo ail toe piauo timiug for the toiiowing firms Orders left ac exner place-E. 11. Guild. 713 Kansas avenue, o - iabcock& Frost, 701 Kansas avenue, leiepho la 331. "A. Thl -Ga. iue, cookaud heating stoves rlddr1'' -iP -rei Cau Tub lion. Stove Kfpair Co.. lli East Eighth street. JAN I El Some small real psIau innc unou Ore jusoa. W-ANTPL) To move, STOKE or ship liouse 1 "Id goods, fre. a it, etc. Sai n I kj v. r, 13 E. gtTj (t RIEPXllA.N lb XctAN&t Ect & SIOKAGE CO. FOn RENT HOUSES. yirsttstreerThr'e rw!a uous. S16 west 1?OK H I NT fw -.-, in hi n.uirelo;:5 ITay si. ouse, well and cistern. J? OK HK iTT neat 5-room frame houses Jf. G. l.aruuer. aitornev-ac-law ,viA km . -" '" e mm 01 snops; very cheap. r,""01t KENT a good stx room house. Anaoire fc" vf Lr. Kob, 114 West bta at. FOR REHT-ROOM! -a- Monro, suitable for ligut house keeping- IOK KKM Nice f urnished room, bath, steam heat, grato, gas. Apply at 4ol Tyler. IOK KENT Two nice y furnished rcoms,lirst and second floor. "11 Quixn-y. IOB KENT Large famished front room - with alcove; modern couvienees. 412 west Seventh. t?)K KENT C:ce!y furnished front roots, w ith e.ectric l.ghtand heat. (J14 Tyler. 17 OK KENT Furnished room, cheap. 203 Harrison st. L,""OK KEJ.T Nicely furnished room, 310 Mon roe st. , suitable "f or one or two. L70R KENT Furnished trout room. 1023 Jackson st. "I70K KEN T Furnished front room. Kan I JL s.t ave. 1' ?tK KENT Well located business room. $ io . pennon tli. A. A. Koclgers, room 11 t'uluui biau building. ' Ti'011 KENT Elegant upstairs apartments. 1 partly luruislied. Corner -.ui atid .(acntsou. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. 170R SAFE Cigar store, southeast corner Sixth and Jackson, with wood und coal privileges. 1,"OK SALE Square Panio. hard coal heater, chamber set. etc. 300 W estern avenue. 17 OK SALE Cheap; a good sized horse, per fectly sound and gentle. Will drive singie or double. At 005 lupika ave. 17 OR SALE Cheap; one extea-ion table, one boy's elctcipjde, botii in tirst class condition 935 Madison street. 17 OK SALE St. Berpard pup fit's aiid brood females by fur Nero E., No. 31747 by Cham pion Sir Bed. vere No. 1.451 and Topeica Belie no. 33780. Mayaie No. aM'X T ais is the best strain 01 St. iseruarils in tli.s eoa. ry Ail large dogs and in good condition. U 111. Everts. lo5 Bucliauau street, loperta, Kau L70U SALE $J5 wi.l buy a sound, gentle driv ing hora. Address "G.'' journal. 170 It SALE UK TKADE For clear Topeka property or good equity, fiiree hacks, teams and harness. Parior Barns. Ttu and Vau Bureu. f70K SALK A good cook s.tove at 5o0 Harri L son. tali this week. L,Ol: SAI.tA horse, liariic Gordon st.. North l'op.-ka. and cart. 7U FOK SAI. fc. Eiegant bedroom and diuiug room set. cheap; base burner; oiner house hold furniture. 501 V an Bureu. 1701: SALE A good miik cow cheap. G30 Kansas avenue. I70ii SALE Gilt edge first mortgages, 7, 8, a. 10 per cent, siniuu Greenspan. 17OK SALE Short tune loans at i-i per ceu: interest. Simoa Grejnspaa. 1701c, HEAL estitie or rental property see 1 Benedict Si Co., bill Kansas ave. MISCELLANEOUS. IOST Certificate of deposit No. 10,991 for -"il;o. ou First National Bank of lopeka, payable to Joseph W ilson. Finder will return it to banit. as payment has been stopped. TJUBL1C SALE Household goods of Al kinds, -A. Mouuay, October 1st, at 10 o ciocit a. m. sharp. F. M. Porcn, Koss Biock, nu Bureu street, near cth. C1AKPE1S cleaned by tile Ciimiix process; orders left at uie Ladies' exi.'iiauge, liy W. 6th -st., or at 13U4 Kansas ave.. Norm lopeka, will receive prompt a-teatiou. . .fc.. a.icliler. ill receive prompt, a-ieuuou. a.icuiei JKIVILEGES for stands, etc.. at big Popuib - rally at city par it, Saturday, Sept. it), to ile. Inquire at lis E. 8i.11 st. ist tor sale aiO WHOM IX MAY CONCKKN Be It known - that my petition is on file iu tut prooate court asking for a permit to s-dl intoxicating liquor at No. Ill East fif.h street, iu the Second ward of the city of lopeka. Hearing for the saino is set lor October S6, Is.U, at 9 a. in. E. B. Walker. Topeka. Kan., Sept. 2-'. 134. rjlN SHuP Moved to 837 s Kansas avenue. JL G. G. Leb. JUST found the place where you can get your furniture repaired and aisa packed for ship ment. Cleauiug and laying carpets a specialty. Ail kinds of general joubiut; woi n done on snort notice. W ont guaranteed oy a good mechanic. Xso. 417 AVest i'eutn street. nAKNESS AND KEPA1K WOKIv. Harnoss and shte sliop; patent leataer pjiishfor btiKirv tops; reuairj hi ail kiuas ot leatnar goods; shoes half s ied fort etfiiu. K. F. ilea- derson. H3'4 vvast Sixth street. CiARPKNTER and repair work. Address, Wm. Keedy, box 8ii, North lopeka, Kans. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. G. H. GRAHAM, M. D , SPECIALIST. S3.! Kansas avenue, eye. ear, nose and throat, catarrh. rheuma tism, lungs anu liver, b.ood and k,n diseases and diseases of women and children. Consultation and advice free. Calls attended day or night. 8b3 Kansas nveuiw, lopeka. Kan sas. Those who call this nioutii I will treat for $5 per mouth until cured; so can at once, .tele phone 357. SPECIALIST. Oliice Hotel Th'roop. B. WAKD, A.M.. M. 1 717 liAXSAS AVKXCl Hours: 2 to 5 p. m. Private hospital for womea 333 Greenwood avenue. TK. 1). B. Colcord, Kidney and Private dis eases. ' Kansas avenue. tit G. A. TELL. X Keddence !01 yuincy Streat. Office, 900 East 4U1 street. HEN KY W. KOBV.M.D. 1 ; J L'()Y I'OfltKA, KA.N-sAS. f ijllltUliUJ. Zi E. SHELDON. M. D., C7 (iUBIlEltV A.V1) IUSBASR3 or WOMKV, with private hospital. ORtce: No. 7lj Kansas Ave. DA C SAAW .fca, M. D. Office 73-2 Kan. Ave- Kesldence, 13th and Clay. Office Hours 9 a. ni. to ii a. lu .and 3 p. la. to 6 p. in. Plioue 93. I)1 EVA AiAdtDiNG. 709 EAX3A9 ATJT0S. Tele. 4A2. T H. J. K. MULVANE XJ t, iaei.U attention given to chronla diseases. Odi co open ail hoars. eoOKas. Ave. Phoneja. L. A. RYDER, M. D. . OFFICE an I residence cor. Gordon street an! Centrai ave.. North Topeka. Pnone U. Uses the Brinkerliort system o Keecai treat ment, a successful aud pai!i.e.ss treatment tor piles. Ustuia, dsliure, Ulceration, etc. MONEY TO LOAN. LOAN'S on farms and cfy property made at low rates. Privilege of paying 100 or more. I. L. Betzer, 519 Kansas aveuue. Dudley's bank. MONEY LOANED on horses, pianos, house hold goods and all kinds of chattel securi ties. L. Biseoe, 63 Kansas avenue, room 3. AfOStY to loan on bonds, mortgages or per sonal notes. SlMOX GREEJ-SPAX. a OOD notes and mortgages bought and sold. &lilO UKlShSPAN, PARTIES wishing a safe an I paying invest ment for tneir money, cail at once on s. M. Wood & Co., 54 Kansas ave. We cieaa business. Do you? Then fit yourself for it by study during your spare hours in the evening- with the Homoeopathic Preparatory Scttool of Medicine. Cream I'urts. Baked fresh every day at the Frnch Bakery, 315 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. rV"OXICE We hold tax deeds to and oiler for ' sate the following property, located in the city of Topeka, viz: .North oue-foursh of tract beginning Go feet east cf center lm and 14a, feet north of V. P. raiiroad; east tet, south to Lr. P. railroad land, westerly along U. P. railroad laud to point south of beginning, north to beginning, re serve 3. N. V,, X. i't, S. E. 29-12-14. Fractional unnumbered lot, bounded on north by lot I7i', on west by Chaudier s.reet, oa south by crerk. North half lot 80, and all of lots Si and 84. Lino street. Lot 53s. Lewis street. Cole's addition. Part of N. W. "n. 5-12-lti, beginning 3.7j chains west and 9.24 chains north of soutneat corner of said quarter section, north 1.33 chains, west 3.7S chains, soutli 1.33 chains, east to beeinn.ng. Part of N". W. 54, 5-13-10, beginning 9.J3 chains west of a point S.o3 chains west and 14.7U chains north of southeast corner of said quarter sec tion, north 1 . 1 1 chains, west about 3.6t eltauis. to Sac and Fox road, southerly along said road to point west of beginning, east to beginning. I ractional lot 3 J and lots 32, 34, 3d and 3S, SL John street. Morse's additiou. Ixts 2, 4 and ii, iiogeboon avenue, Euc'id. Parlt addition. Lot 14, Home St., Haynes' subdivision. Lot 103, Adams street. Highland Park sub division. Lots 2J. 22 and 24, Pennsylvania avenue. High laud Park subdivision. Lots '.'in and 1:63, Pennsylvania avenue. High laud Park subdivision. Lots ti and 8, Maryland avenue. Highland, Park subdivision. Lots 170. 172, 174. 176. 173 and lsO.Virgiaia ave Highland Park subdivision. Lots 73. 75. 77, 79. 81 and 83, Virginia avenue, Highland Park subdivision. Lot i9g. Liberty street, Knowles' second sub division. Ixhs so7 and 809, Topeka avenue. Ladies' ad dition. Lots 3t7 and 339, Forest avenue, Jenkln W. Morris' addition. North iiaif lot 126. Lafayette street, Mulvane & Chase's second addition'. Lot 125. Lawrence avenue, Mulvane & Chase's second addition. Lots 233. 235. 237. 239 and 241, Watson avenue. West End subdivision. Lots 222 and 224, Saline street. West End sub division. Lots 235, 237 and 239, Saline street. West End subdivision. Our price is only the amount of taxes, inter est and costs and a small premium, ami in some case less. Purchasers are absolutely sure to own the property or recover amount paid and costs of ail improvements. Write us for iigures. THE NATIONAL BOND & DEBENTCKE CO. Arkansas City, Kan. T70R SALE Great bargain. 8-rooui dwelling -' and barn; choice corner and ihrea lots; two blocks street car line, west of avenue. A. A. Kodgers. room 11, Columbian building. 17OK SALE Cottage on Lawrence street, con - venieut to street car. Terms, sma.l casn payment, remaiuder in small amounts monthly or will take part payment in furniture. Title clear. Address "X. i". Z." Journal oitlce. IIOR SALE Choice suburban tracts of 5 acres or more, aajoiumg the city 011 the west, at prices ranging from j135 to i75 per acre. Oue th.rd casn. W. M. Furbks, bole Agent. First published in the olHcial city paper Sep tember 26, 13 j4. OFFICIAL NOTICE. Office of the Mayor, ! Topkka, Kansas, f There will be a special meeting of the couneil of the city of Topeka. October . 1SJ4, at 8 o'clock p. hi. for the purpose of hearing any and all complaints that may be made as to the valuations assessed by the appraisers, as per their report now on file in the city clerk's office of said city, of ail lots, pieces and parcels of ground liaole for the cost of construction of a sewer in sewer district N'o. 17, as provided by ordinance No. 1727, approved July 24, lsy4, and also to hear any and all complaints that may be made as to the validity and fairness of the as sessment or special taxes to be assessed or levied on all lots, pieces and parcels of ground liabie for sucli assessment. Witness my hand and the official seal of the city of Topeka. Kansas, hereto attached this 24th day ot September, 1894. A. W. HARRISON, 3KAL Mayor. Attest: S. S. McF'adijem, City Clerk. DENTISTRY. Gr1 EO. P. ASH TON, D.D. S.. DENTIST. N. W. corner Eighth and Kansas avenues, Topeka, Kansas. CARPET CLEANING. nAHMOLA Process. Satisfaction guaran teed. 1. H. F'osdick, 3o7 Chandler st. AmusemGnts. qrand opznn house TWO NIGHTS, SATURDAY AND MONDAY, Sept. 29 vua Oct. 1 St Lady OSCAR WILDE'S GREAT PLAY inder mer 6's Fan UIKECIIOX OF GU9TAVI FKOHMAX. Performed 100 nights at Falmer"s Theater, New York. PRICES, $1, 75, SO AND 25 CENTS. Grand Opera House. SUNDAY, SBPT, ."30 DI1. ALEX IID1E AID KATE FOX Will demonstrate Spirit Power in full light. Spirit hands and faces ure plainly seen and recognized by their friends. A guitar .s played and parsed around the room by the in visible power. Flowers are brought and passed around to the audience by hands plainiv seen. A spirit hand will appear in bright light and write messages addressed to persons in the audience. Doors open at 7:30. Seance begins at 8:30 All are invited. All THEATER. This week. McINTYRE, RICE, FITZGERALD, LEWIS, BLOCK, PEARL, O'KOl'RKi; BIHXETTE, 10, 20, . 30 cents. Rudy's Pile Suppository is guaranteed to cure Piles and Constipation, or money refunded. 50 cents per box. Send stamp for circular and free sample to Martin Rudy, Lancaster, Pa. For sale by ail firstclass draggists, and in Topeka by W. R. Kennedy, corner Fourth and Kansas, avenue, S6 25 St. Lou in S.5. VIA THE BOCK ISLAND ROUTE, On September 28 to October 5, inclu sive, we will sell to St. Louis at above low rate. H.-O. Garvet, Agent 6.S5-SL Loui.-Sfi.Ul VIA THE ROCK ISLAND ROUTE. On September 28 to October 5, inclu sive, we will sell to St. Louis at above low rate. IL O. Garvet, Agent Webb & Harris.drugfrista, Bennett'iFlas. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL. Items of Interest About Topeka People and Visitors iu Town. I Notices or descriptions of social events In tended for this column w ill not be nub!ishel nn ! less accompanied by the name and address of j the writer. ! Miss Blanche Dienst gave a delightful ; "high five" last evening for Miss Lila I Rix of Hot Springs, Arkansas, and Miss Lou Taylor of Leavenworth. Miss Taylor and Mr. Ben Altera were successful rjlavers. and Miss Edith Campbell and Mr. Warren Akers received consolation prizes. Bo sides cards the guests were entertained with some music by Mias Rix and Miss Nina Thomas, each of whom sanp a solo, and afterward a duet A liitle dancing1 and an exquisitely prepared lunch, all contributed to the evening' enjoyment. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. X. S. Wear, Misses Ada Hankla, Edith Camp bell, Eleanor Wilsou, May Thomas, Su sie Wilder, and Messrs. Ben Akers, Will Taylor, Park Ewart, Charlie Kleinhans, Warren Akers, Walter Burgess and ClifE Ilisted. Miss Peffer's Card Party. Miss NelUe Peffer's card party last evening was for Miss Minnio Dennis and Mr. T. F. Dennis of Washington, D. C, and a lively game was carried on at the four tables. The prize winners were Miss Nellie Clough and Ed Horner, for proficiency; and Miss Lennis and Far mer Murphy for their ill luck were re warded equally as well. The others were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Noble, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mills, Misses Nannie Hop kins, Mary McCabe, Jessie Edson, Glenna Cross, Myra Williams, Mamie Atchison, and Messrs. Chas McCabe, Al Evans, I). M. Pefler, Jerry Black, Chas. Elliott, Ed Dennis and Archie Williams. The Elks and Ladies Iusio Club. The reception and musical to be given in the Elk club rooms this evening in the Masonic building will be the largest so cial event of the week. The programme, furnished by the La dies' Music club, will be thoroughly en tertaining and consists of eight numbers. There will be an address by E. J. Dallas, and the affair is under the management of Messrs. ' Charles ' K. Holiiday, G. B. Payne and W. A. S. Bird, which fact in sures a success. Tlie Western Sorosis. The Western Sorosis will meet tomor row at 3 o'clock with Mrs. W. A. M. Car ter, 1258 Lane street. Mrs. G. A. Huron will read a paper on "Nineteenth Cen tury Womanliness." The committee oa current events consists of Mrs. Butter field, Mrs. Campbell, Miss Graham and Mrs. Gundry. The Oxford Club. A special meeting of the Oxford club was called last evening at the home of Walter Smith, and the following officers elected: Waiter Smith, president; Har ry Wood, vice-president; Floyd McDon ald, secretary, and Fay Howe, treasurer. Another meeting will be hold Wednes day evening in the parlors of the Nation al, when the organization will be com pleted. (leueral Social Note. Mrs. II. Clarkson left today for a visit in Omaha. Mrs. L. S. Woolverton will visit in Kan sas City next week. Albert Williams of Fort Smith has been spending several, days with the family of S. K. Cross. Airs. Thomas Martin of Potwin will entertain the Ladies' Aid society of the First IL' E. church next Wednesday afternoon. ' - Mrs. Celinda Polison and Mrs. S. Na bor of Ohio are the guests of Byron Rob erts and family. They came to be pres ent at the celebration of Mrs. Roberts' 100th-birthday on Sunday. Mr. J. F. Heuimiug of Salina is visit ing in town. Frank Bennett, son of E. Bennett, has gone to Texas. The I. O. T. B. club have issued invi tations for a card party on Friday even ing, October 5, at the home o -Miss Car rie Merrick. 1255 Polk street Mrs. Charle Rix and daughter Lila will return to Hot Springs, Monday. Mrs. G. N. Eiiiott 19 iu Excelsior Springs this week. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes and daughter Flora of Elmira, N. Y., are expected soon to visit Mr. and Mrs. T. ii. Mayo. Miss Holmes will act as bridesmaid for one of next month's brides. Mrs. Thomas B. Mayo and Miss Mayo have issued "at home" cards for Tuesday of next week from 4 till G. Miss Kitty Whitlev' will return to her home in Emporia Saturday. Miss Mary Colwell.of Colorado Springs, will arrive the lirit ot next month, and will visit friends here for about three weeks. She will b one of the brides maids at the Lakin-West wedding. Ellsworth Ingalls, of Atchison, was in town yesterday. There will be a meeting of the Whist club Saturday afternoon at the home of Miss Mame Horton to make arrange ments for the comiug season. Mrs. Ii. M. Akers has gone to St Louis for a short visit. Mrs. C. T. Chesney, of Vinita, L T., has returned to her home, after a pleasant visit with Mrs. A. M. Callaham. Fred Teflt, of Chicago, is the guest of his brother. Dr. H. K Tefft. A chorus class is being organized at Bethany which wiil consist of twenty voices. Mr. and Sirs. Frank Pay left today for a two weeks' trip through the Indian territory and southern Missouri. A literary society has been organized which will meet every Wednesday even ing in the hall at 428 Jefferson street, commencing October 8. A programme of speeches, select readings and debates will be rendered at every meeting. Misses Lottie and Rena Griffith will spend several days in Kansas City next week. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Sbelden, of Rock ford, 111., are visiting their daughter, Mrs. E. L. Copeland, and their sous, E M. and George K Shelden. Mrs. C. Hercules, son and daughter, of Pontiac, I1L, are the guests of Mrs. W. C. Hercules, 116 East Tenth street Dr. F. W. Bailey went to Junction City yesterday. P. L. Soper, who now resides at Mus cogee, I. T., is in the city. J. J. Hitt wm in Kansas City yesterday on business. J. E. Samuelson, of Starkville, CoL, ia visiting his son, J. G. Samuelson. Grand Populist Rally at the City Park tomorrow (all day). Governor Lewell ing, J. M. Scott, (candidate for congress.) and Col. Jesse Harper of IUinots, will be the speakers. My meat market was destroyed by fire about a month ago. 1 will reopen for business on Monday, October 1st Will be pleased to see all my former customers and many new ones. J. li. bCHLEGKL. ! THEY WILL GO HUNTING. Receiver Wilson One of a Party of Three That Will Hunt in Colorado. Receiver J. C Wilson of the Santa Fa will probably take a brief trrp for recrea tion before "the annual meeting of the stockholders next month. He may be ac companied by A. B. Quinton and John Perry of the Keith Sc Perry Coal com pany of Kansas City. Mr. Perry is a great sportsman and has hunted in South America, Africa and India, as well as in the most famous hunting places of his own continent Mr. Wilson and Mr. Quinton are less famous huntsmen, but have shot more deer and other big game than many more pretentious sportsmen. Air. Quinton received a letter from Mr. Perry last week asking if he and Mr. Wilson could go to Yellowstone park. Mr. QuiDton wired back, 'Malta it Colo rado and we'll go." lis made it Colo rado. A NEW CONSTITUTION. The New York Con.t itutional Convention Adop'.s Committee's Report Albany, N. Y., Sept 28. The consti tutional convention has adopted the new constitution as reported from the com mittee of the whole. The vote was 95 ayes and 45 noes, two Republican mom -bers voting with tha minority. The Republicans of the convention have decided to admit the canal article and the apportionment article separately and the rest of the document as a whole. LOCAL MENTION. The Populists have arranged a meet ing for Lukens' opera house in North Topeka, this evening. S. SL Scott ia to be the speaker. Mayor Harrison has sold a farm of nearly 120' acres, which he owned in Palo Alto county, Iowa, for $40 per acre to eastern parties. The total considera tion is $48,400, and the deeds are now being executed. Ft Pillow post has adopted a card of thanks, thanking all thoae who helped them in their celebration of emancipa tion day, September 22d. All the news papeis are thanked, also Charles WollI and Smidt Bros, for donations of meats, Dr. Hamilton for reducing his hall rent, Jackson's band. Prof. W. S. Johnson and others. Change of Opening Hour. By agreement the banka of Topeka will open for business at 10 a. m. after October 1, 1894. The Topeka Clearing House Association. By J. IL Mulvane, President Cream PutTs. Baked fresh every day at the French Bakery, 815 Kansas Ave. Cream Puffs. Baked fresh every day at the French Bakery, 815 Kansas Ave. Grand Rally at the City Park tomor row, don't fail to attend. Prof. Jackson's Military baud. Bailey's band, the famous Quenemo Glee club, the State Capital quartette, and others, will furnish music. Gov. Lewelling will speak at the City Park tomorrow. Grand Populist Rally at City Park to morrow. TODAY'S MARKET HE POUT. Furnished thm Asioolatad Prtu to tn A 1 11 1 Jmirnal. Chicago, Sept 28. On indifferent ca bles wheat was weak and there was not much trading. Local receipts were larg er than expected by 6(5 cars, but north western car lots were lighter than last year. December started Jjjc lower at o3lgC, firmed up to 53?jJ&and receded to 53I4C Corn was weak with some selling by local houses. Liverpool was c lower. May started at 834 lower at 49Jc, ad vanced to 49Ja aud eased off to Oat were weak and in sympathy with corn. May started ?a?-2C lower at 33 L advanced to 33i;ttC aaii eased oil to Provisions were strong on buying by brokers. January pork 5c hisrher at $13.05, and firmed up to $13.27. January lard opened unchanged at $7.60. and advanced to $7.02. Estimates forSaturday: Wheat 112 cars, corn 275 cars, oats 175 cars, hogs 10,000 head. Wheat September, 50e; Decem ber, 53c; May, 54.54c. Corn September, 48c; October, 48; December 46'; May, 49c. Oats Septenfber, 27bC; October, 27158'c; November 28'; May, 83lfc. Pork September and October $13.1'); January, $13.22. Ribs September $7.322; October, $7.321;!'; January, $6.77-. Barlky Choice 55; common 50; me dium 530. Butter Firm; creameries 1525c; dairies 1421. Egs 10.17L. Hogs Receipts today 16.000; official receipts yesterday 19,043 head; ship ments today 8,888 head; left over about 5,500; quality not so good. Market ac tive and firm. Packing good average 5 cents higher; others steady. Cattle Receipts, 9,000. Market quiet; prices unchanged. Sheep Receipts, 10,000. Market dull good grades steady; common 510c low er. &anfa Any Alar ice t. Kansas Citt. Sept 23. Wheat Market firm. No. 2 hard 46&,40Vc; No. 2 red 4545c; No. 3 red, 44$ 45c; rejected 42430. Corn Slow. No. 2 mixed,45046c; No. 2 white, 4949c. Oats clower. No. 2 mixed, 28Jg 293c; No. 2 white 3132c KlE No. 2 nominally 51c. Flax Seed-Firm, $1.341.35. Bran Dull. 5G658. Hat Market steady. Timothy, $a00& a0J; prairie. $6.0Ofe,8.00. Butter Market weak. Creamery 1922a; dairy 1718c. Egos Active aud firm; 13Jc. Cattle Receipts. 7,400; shipments, 3.50J. Market steady; Texas eteers, $2.153.00; beef steers, $3.055.90; na tive cowi, $1. 253.25; stocker and feeders, $2.253.90. Uou Receipts 6,900; shipments, 90 '. Market steady to 10 cents higher. Bulk of sales, $5.10(5.35; heav ies $5.10425.55; packers, $5.10,5.55; mixed, $4905.30; lights, $4.705.15; pigs, $1.50(f4.95. Shekf Receipts, 4,000; shipments, 800. Market slow aud steady. Contractor McGilBn ia at work on the bo-vlin ; alleys at the school of physical culture. ' ' NUMBER FOUR When I was a young aian, I was pro fessor of languages In the Blank Inatitr.to. One of our lady teaohcrs wm ari interest ing young person, very intelligent ur:U at tractive. She and I made each other's ac quaintance, and I may oa well admit It first aa last we became very vrarmly at tached. The duties of Miss Hanson had UiLie very onerous, altogether too much so for her delicate frame, and I, pained to one who was sodenr to rno laboring: be yond her strength, looked about to wee if BomethiDjr better could not be obtained fur her. Gladly would I at once have 111 ado her my wife and thus have obviated the necessity of her earning her own support., but In the then state of lny flnnriw such a thing was not to Iw thought of. And so, not bolng able to do ns I would, I tried to do what I could, and success attended xny efforts. A wealthy gentleman of my acquaint ance who bad several young children, wanting a first class governess for them, I eagerly proposed Mlsn Hanson, and, her ex amination proving aatUfactory, the was duly installed ln her new situation. She found It to be easy, pleasant and profit able, and, my mind being set at rest regard ing her, I now turned my attention exclu sively to the duties of my profesnlosi, re solved to postpone for a year or two tho pleasant duties of courtship. I judired that we would both be better fitted for the faithful discharge of cur engagement seeing each other but seldom than we should otherwise be. To be sure, It would have pleased me well to have received fre quent letters from my esteemed Clara, but ..as ehe expressed herself very much avema to letter writing, I would not require her to distress herself for my sake. Several months after Miss Hanson en tered upon her work as governess the eld est son of her employer came homo. He admired Miss Hanson from the first, and It was not long before he made her aware of the fact He was pressing in his suit, ho was wealthy, he was present with her, and rny ladylove transferred her affections and her engagement to him. The employ er, discovering what was taking place, was enraged at his son's folly and at the lady's presumption, aa ho termed It, and would listen to nothing but an utter abandon ment of the engagement. He turned the young lady away, and sho proceeded to New York ln search of another situation. She had entered Into arrangements to teach for six months I do not remember where when her lover suddenly appeared before her and insisted upou a private and Immediate marriago. She consented, and after the ceremony the bridegroom went his way and the bride hers for the term of .six months. At the expiration of that time they bkIia met and proceeded to tho city of Detroit to reside. All this time no spirit whispered In my ear of danger or trouble. Calmly I laliortKl on, only now and then pausing to think contentedly of my Clara and to feel re newed satisfaction that she wns no well placed. But suddenly I hoard of her con duct of all except her marriage and of course sho was lost to me a much uh thoug'h I had known her to !o wedded. I could not overlook such deceit and heart lessneAS. Five years rolled away, nr.d on a wild, 6tormy night I arrived at Detroit. Feel ing very much fatigued, I asked to lie shown at once to my room ln the hotel. Hardly had I been loft alone when some one knocked on the door next to mine. "Who's there?" said a woman's voice.' " Father, " was tho reply. ''Mrs. Jenkins is below and wishes to seo you. I told her that you were not very well and had re tired, but she will take no denial." "Then she must come up here, prt. We can never dress again and go down to her." "Let me see, what was Mrs. Jenkins' maiden name?" asked one of the voices in the next room, when the futher hud with drawn. Hitherto I had been sitting in contem plative mood before my fire, hearing be cause I could not help It, the partition be ing so very thin. 'Why, she was Clara Hanson don't you know. She was our schoolmate in Boston j-eara ago." You may judgo that there was a very sudden and violent alteration In my state cf mind. In breathless expectation I awaited the coming of the visitor. She had really married Jenkins then. Present ly that well reuieiubwed step drew m ar. There was a noisy meeting, much laugh ter, many questions, many fervent expres sions of affection, of delight at being once more together. '"But, come now, let us hear each other's adventures," said Clara, uud when her friends had related their bho began to talk of hers. ''Can you imagine my feelings as I heard that woman ti ll what I have already told, and much more? I beard all as If in a dream, yet I know that it was reality as well as anything can bo In this unreal world. Presently I rose, and stealing soft ly into the hall laid Just bufore the door of the room where Clara was, one of my cards, and In excited silence waited tho re sults. It was whi I had reckoned on. Mrs. Jenkins saw it instantly as ehe stepped from her friends' room. "Some ono has dropped a note," I heard her say. I heard her move toward the tight. Then she gave a little shriek and rushed back to hor friends. "Oh, Mr. bas been here. He must have seen me come in and followed me. What shall I do!" "Who is Mr. ? You did not men tion him. Why do you fear him?" asked the friends. ''Oh, he was an old beau of mine," said Clara, "and I would not meet him for the world. " " Why, how many beaux did you have"' was the laughing inquiry. "I had u great many, and I was en gaged to four other men when I married Mr. JeiMiins. Mr. was the fourth ono." Exchange. How We Tell the Time. There are street clocks in this city whoFe faces do not lear tho usunl Koman or Arabic numerals, by which, in coiui'o tiot with the hands, we are able toteil t time, but in their place lire l'J letters, forming signs for advertiidng purposes. The.-e letters answer every purpose, und the time can be told as reacily with them as with thj conventional characters. This shows that it is riot tht kind of mark on tho face of a clock, but its loca tion, by means of which wo tell the time. If (ill of the characters on tho dial wire str ight marks, wo could tell the tiuio us well as now. Hold your watch in any position, except ing the usual one, and you will see th.aS the time can be told only wit h difficulty, ba the marks ever so plain. With a watch thus held we mentally pluce It in the proper position, and then the reading is easily done. How York Herald.