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STATE JOTTRNATj, SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 6, 1894.
ri ii KEXTS ! SITUATIONS! RE AL ESTATE I AUCTION SALES! & OTIIEIl CLASSIFIED ADS. TheTopek Stats Jocrxai, guarantees, very day it is pna ed. to Knv a local circula tion morn than iloiiblj that of any other Tope ka paper, and t y lar More than mil Otl.e' liiiri ( onitiinoa. This reaves this paper t!it cheapest, as well as tUe best daily advertis ing H.--.1: in in J'npsita. the class.fiod adver;.ie incuts be.uw costing but FIVE CENTS A LINE, or 20 cent a lint tor a week; 50 cents by the tnontb.. City circulation everyday exceeds 5,000 total circulation over l.ij. Sworn detailed s:atenient of circulation pre seme t on application. ;irc,Uuii see any afternoon between 4 ana 6. tne handsomest, fastest, most perfect piece cftprintin.; machinery in Kansas a Vel Ferlec( ln' press, wiucu piints from two to throe com plete a-page papers a tecuud. SITUATIONS WANTED-FREE. Ar yrn In n-ed of workf If so. you ar at liberty to ue these coiumoi for i:iano in tna direction. V nis tnis aotica appaars trie t tat s J ul j4-a l will pa i.x i free on Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, for ropeka or Kansas people, ail notice of "Situations Wanted." not excee l.nz five lines, or trnrtv-rlve word, la length. Provided that ail advertisements of Ins nature ara handed ixi previous to tea o'eio. k. Saturday inormnjf; also on Wednes Uy, Thursday and Friday, all advertising of Ihib oias-s handed il by lou o'cloc Wednesday luurnuijr. No ad vfrr semo ts of this nature to be started except on .Saturdays and Wednesday. No o h-;a.ion i incurred on tlie part of the adver.is-t-r. No worthy aad needy man or woman need hesitate to take advantage of this otter. No one In business or havLiit employment is expected to take advantage of It, out aii others invited W avail themselves freely. WANTED HELP. TAN'li:i) By a man who has been receiv- injr .!ary of $ 0 per month; bem out of employment will work for half that sum at any kouorabie employment. Address B. P. Journal ATAM HI Sltuulon by a competent intel- hgei.t American womau as matron or house keeper in a .school, lotel or pleasant family: or vi tiling to t ike care of an invalid in e;ty or coun try. Keftrences. lira. liossm Maze, Winlieid, Kansas. VAM F.l Lail es both old and younswisa- lni f !nn!ovmei:t to call at once at 418 Van Karen str-et. T AM Kl' iiy a young man. place to work lor coara. Auaress i. u. 5-:l tjuincy. 'AM ED By a younjr lady attemlins? Pond's isusiues eoiiego, piace to worn. lor ooara. Call. "VANIED Situation in laundry by a young ' man who is coaipetent and can give the best iii aei-rencef. fi r reliability and statuling. l'iace dt-'.-reil in two weeks. Adtlress otatLUij salary, iienry llyie, Winlieid, Kansas. ANTIT A good sewing woman at 107 xyier su T ANT 111)-situation by a young man 22 years old and i n exiierienced blacksmith or any k n 1 of work. Can furnish best of refer ences. Address C. J. Journal onice. A r AN 1 Hl Posii ion us cierk or work of must auy kind ay young man . 6 years of B-zn. Address Percy U. WiiiStead, 317 Braucer street. AVAXTF.D-Spec al advertising cauvasers, familiar witu premium mercantile trade; money niaer of lsi4. Ai.so clever general cauvasers on grtat-ist seller of the day. staniey-Brad.ev, ; i it, St., New Yolk. Al'AM lib To buy a feed store or comnils- s. on business. Address "lilercliani' Jour nal ohi.e. TANTKD salesman; salary from start; perm meat piace. Brown Bros. Co., .Nur serymen, Chicago, ill. yANTED-Good salesmen. 16 East 5th st. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. A. i i.i i- urrslted rooms for light house keeping. Address N. K. care Journal. AN I i.D Kverj" htv to know Sharuru sells miilu ery cheaper llian any one on earth. See our beautiful stojk. 5lj Kansas ave. AN l'Hl To order stove repairs for you. Sheiden it slioideu. 7uJ Kansas ave. rpo 1HE UNKVJI L)V"Kl Eleven persons wanted -One for a-li township of Shawnee county, to mae a good livelihood. We have a M'her. No la, iter, no experience required our terms easy a nd bni less like. Address lock box a; ii. iopeka, Ka isas. V A 1 l--i)-Vo'' u at C. A. Goodwin's ' reuta: agency, ivausas avenue, aud have Uiein and you a teuaut. 1 he ouiv excia- rental ag-ucy iti the citv. We devote our eu:ire t.me to reiidu business houses, resi dences, rooms, etc. etc. Collections made promptly oa a reasoLabie commission, ti-3 Kau-i-as ave. "AN l Ki) Kuruiices to repair at tin shop. ' - 5 IV .1 1 . S ilVO. O. V i . Uttti. "A N T i IK -l-ianc Inn u bv S. F. Hdjud. i hitt en years employed "bv K. B. Uuml. I do an t.'io pi.iiio mmu for the following linns orders leu a. either piace K. B. iuad, 71.1 Kansas av-iiue. or H tt';ock& Frost, 7ol Kansas avenue. 1 eiepiiouo J31. fcj ALLS VIKN' Kvery countv. Salary or com- ' in.ssioii. No L pt-rieuco. New tariff bid K.ves uuii.uitot pritits. Active men appiy tinicKiv. statins saii ry and berntory wauled. -danaiacLurera, box .jes, Boston. r ANT 111) Ciasol ne. cook aud heatm stoves to re,,air. fiuies setuji or sloieu. 'IliK IIl li. SiovE Kepaik Co., 116 Last Life-hth st. I'AMUD-To mere, STORK or ship house T hoiu ttoods, lreijtit, etc. Sai.n i oaixi. 11, 1.4 E. Cth St. MER llANia' XxiAN.-srLli bl'OKAtiE CO. FOR RENT ROOMS. IOK RENT Han.lsomel furnished parlor vvi.h aioove, steam, eiectric lights, hot or co.d baihs. Bent miderate, at 7-j cjulncy st.p. IOK KENT Pleasantly situated room.cheao Comer oi 9l1i and Monroe. lOK KEN r fi:rn.hed room with bath. 713 lopeKa avenue. l?JJtkr;St?-iSLat "P-tirs apartments, P.vrtly furuisiied. Corner 4ih and .lacicjiou. FOR RENT HOUSES. lK KENT A firm 12 room modern house. -"- .No. Imi Aest titu ave. Al. M. Porues, at. 7-?n KENT 3 roo n crttag, 1270 .Mulvana bt 1'er montit. lder, tijl Kansas ave. TV1, KEXT-Slx r Kirn bouse, 335 Tvierstreef Pjd-au cistern aud sewer connection. I'lVw'.' ?Fl.U'" " ia Uakiaad. P. C. Moore, "ifiJrViT .r house. Inquire 01 Lr- liobv, lib W est oi.h t. J5ALE-R1 1 SCELL A N EOUS. l'har i ;V T0,1 P as i v - , .U '" lUita Pnce, good as ne.v. .-3 Vuiucy st. "IOli s a LE. G roim house west of Kansas mtllS" U piiriloat djw" restontfmer X"st??rS A, l:JFrJ? U faot sli" cases. Uru IJ"OTt SALE Cigar store, soutliwest corner Sixth and Jackson, -witU wuuu and coal priv ilege. J,"MK SALE New cider barrels 119 north. Quincy between 1st and Cranw. Isc'H .SALE Three room cottage cheap. Want it mov ed. Cad on "Ackiey' Uoti Harsou st. f?OR SALE Good boiler aai engine cheap. A 13 north. Kaunas ava. IOK SALK A ho: el that makes money every moam in t ie year. Tins c ty. if yon want agool lU.jk. tuv eti.ate. Address 'Good Mon ey' care Journal. J,iOit REAL estate or rental property sea Benedict SU), ttul Kansas ave. i?OU SALK Cottage onLraiii street, con venient to street car. levins, suiau easn payment, remainder in small a, a nii;s iiouthiy or will ta-.e part painont in I i 'u l tie. Title clear. Address "A., x'. Journal o h -e. IJ'OK SALE Choice suburban tracts of . acres ur more, ad.i0tu.n2; the city on cue west, at prices raniu irom oIjJ to 7 p :r acre. Oue tuixd cash. W. M. t'oKht-i, bole Ayent. MISCELLANEOUS. Cm LAP t LhVVlliS- Perns, jiaims. oet'onies. 'enry sauthemuiris, everytliiiji; ai ouri ne m t.to-k; also cu t liowers. becura-.ar a sta-iaiity. Largest growers of uaitiis in cue sl.t e. C Mile and see us and be convinced. le.ephone fc. 11. I L. Keith & Co. LOST On Kimtomi street between Lane st. ami Wasaberru ave. a black and white sirawl Leave at i-7s il.ie st. (JiKAVl.t) A black sow, w.-l lit ao- pounds, i'itider will be rewaroed at tiist and C.ai st. MISS MAtl KLIN b a sraduate of music, teaches p. ano aud v oice. Beimel's or atl vauced. ;0 cents a lesson at rt s luence or at her studio, 1613 West oth. SU I.OK EXCH ANGE -Good ciear vacant lot for a good youiis teai.i n horses, veil uroiveu. JmiUiie at Ke.-u's gro-euUoasej,. ISS JEN NIE C. PitlCrl, manicure and hair Orcssor, 7Io Kansas ave- MK.-i. llKNTKi havintr returned from the east Willi the iatesi styte i in dresshiak.u. is now ready to re-'eiae h :r l"i u;er as wen as new pa.rons. Coats and wraps a -speciality. Cad at olj J yler st. IOI: EXCHANGE tMlve room houses good as now. for vaca.i: lots or ssna..er property. City property lor Waoauuseo county pasture land. Livery baru for Wabatiusee cotiniy farm, small property for horses. I'ane6i Thomp son, -Norih. Tcpeka, Kan. OPEXING EVERY DAY Special prices for October. Felt hats, jj;ood shape 49 cents Siik brimmed vvaik.n hats.. $i.J." Yacnt caps 25 cents C .shniere trimmed sailors -V cents Black tips, per buuch t;5 cents to $1.2 Colored tips 15 cents Fancy feathers M cents to $l.iii Larijo assortment of oirds at ad prices. Satin Wire 5 ceuts per yard. Baby velvet per piece ot 10 yards 20 cents. W. C. S,y. S23 Norta ivausas ave. aim oeruiuu auu ilihsii uiuao oauaij birds; cheap. 225 Jackson St. rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCEKX Be it known J- that iny petition i ou hie in me piouaie court askiiiir for a permit to seii intoxu-atiu i liquor at No. Ill East t if .h scree:, in tlio Sacoud ward of the city of iopeka. Hearing lor Che same is set for octobor 23, itOi, at a a. in. E. B. V AtKEB. Topeka. Kan.. Sept. g?, 134. rplN; SHOP Moved to 827;i Kansas avenue. A G. G. Li.i. JUST found the place where you can ge; your furniture repairea and a. so pa :ttei for slup meut cieauiLii; and laying carprjs a specialty. Ail kinds ol general jouoin woriC done ou snor notice. Work guaranteed uy a ood mechanic o. 510 West lentil siieot. II dersuu, lis , vV est Sixth street. CARPENTER and repair wo't. Adires3. t-' Vin. Keedy, boat c23. North 'iopeka. Kau. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 11. Del ord Patoe, I c P I.1 f x I K I T rP Topeka. Kans. (Oi lilji ALIO i Oilice liotoi rhrocp. T ii. WARD. A. M., M. D 717 Kansas Avk.v'Ci. Hours: 2 to 5 p. m. Private hospital for women 833 Greenwood avenue. tH. MARY E STEWART. 634 Harrison Street. Consulting hours 10 a. m to 2 p. m. "1 1 R. L. B. Colcoril, Kidney aud Privata dis--J eases. 72o Kansas avenue. u1topka. kkaaJ: u" , S U HO EON. SK. SHELDON. M. D.. BCRUKKY AJSD DtSEAKXS Of WOMKW, With private hospital. Oiliea: No. 720 Kansas Ave. UA C. BATiNES, M. LI. Office 73-2 Kan. Ave. Kesldenee, 13th and Clay. Office Hours 9 a. m. to U a. in .and 3 p. in. to C p. m. Phone Sfct. 13 K. EVA liAdilJiNG, 709 Kaksas avkmjs. Tel. 4n?. Tk i t. J. "kTaI U L V A N E mJ opeciai attention iiven to chroniu disaasei. UiUotj opeu ad hoars. 600 Em, Ave. Phone S3. L a RYDER, M. D. , OFFTCl" and residence cor. Gordon street aril Central ave.. N iiih Iopeka. Phouj 211. Uses the Brinserhott system of Rectal treat ment, a successful and painless treatment lor piles, listuia, lishure, ulceration, etc First published on the 3rd day of October, lsi4, in the oflioial city paper. j Notice to Contractors. Offick of Crxv Clerk, ) it'I'F.KA, KANSAS. October .1, istH. ) Pealed proposals will be receiveii at this oflice until 5 o'clock . m. October s. 14, for r floor ing the Kansas avenue bridge, in accordance wnh the plans and spec. Mentions approved by the mayor and council of the city of Topeka, October 1st. aud now on riie in my oti.ee. Bids should be for tne whole of .he labor and material. A cet t ried check for J100 will be require 1 as a ruaraiitee that the party tece.Tiii,; the award wiil enter iuto contract. The city reserves the right to reject acy and ail bids. S. !? McFaddeK, City Clerk. HOCK ISLAND II OUT E. KXICUKSION' ANNOUNCEMENT. On October 9th we will sell special ex cursion tickets to all points ia Texas, In dian and Oklahoma territories, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana. Arkansas. North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana. Itate, oae first class fare, plus $i.00, for round trip. Croud for twenty days from date cf Bale, with stop-over privileges. $i).50. St. Louis and return. Tickets on sale Sept. 29 to Oct. 6, inclusive. Good to return including Oct. 8. Kansas City Fair. One fare for round trip. Tickets on sale Oct. 1st to 7th. Good to return Oct. 8. Wichita an i return, one fare ($4 62) for round trip Ticketa ou sale Oct. 6th to 10th, inclusive. Good returning up to aud including Oct. 13th. Come and see us. No trouble to an swer question. IL O. Garvet, Agt.. 601 ivan. Ave. 112 and 114 Weal bth. Laundry. Peerless Steam AKNESS ANDREPA1S Wo tlC Harney and shoe shoD: natani leat ler DJiishfir buirgy tops; repairs in ail kuus of leauidf oJs; khoos hair soien tort cents, su. r. iiea- First published in the oracial city paper Sep tember 26. liJk.l OFFICIAL NOTICE. Office of tki Mayor. Topkka, Kansas, t There will be a special mejt.ni of the council of the city of lopeka. October a, lid, at s o'clock p. m. for too parpjie of hariu.; any and all complaints that may bo mada as to trm valuations assessed by the appraisers, as per their report now ou file in tne c.ty ceri's oifice of said city, of alt lots, pieces aud p arcoiS of ground tia-de for the cost of construction of a sewer in sewer district No. 17, as provided by o' dinance No. 17'. approved Ju:y 24. lsj-t. and also to hear any and ah compiamu that may ba made as to the validity aud fatraess of tne as sessment or sp -cial taxes to be as-essador levied ou ail lots, pieties aud parcels oi : grouad liabie for sncn asse .siit.jtu. Wiiuess my hand aud the official seal of the city ot lopeKa. Kansas, hereto attached this j-Uu day or Septemoer, ls'J4. r.,.,,, T. W. IiABBISO.V, Attest: S. S. McFadden, City Clerk. '- First published October imd. Lo the To- peka State Jourual.J Proposals for th.9 Construction of a System of Sewerage in Sawer District No. 17, City of Topeka. City Ci.rkk's Okkick, ) CITV OK Toi-KKA. .' October 2, lsi?4. ) Sealed pnposals will be received at this oliice tiiiiii octoo 'i- .stli, lsui, atoo'Ciock. p. in , for tile eon .miction of a pipe sewer vvi.ll all the necessary appendages, couipiele ulnll4 certa.il streets, avenues alii alloys. coti:a.uid in and constituting sevvor d.str.ct No. 17. in the city of Iopeka. and iuliy described m ordinance No. 17-,, approved the 21th clay ui Juty, l.sy-4. Alt wurk necessary to coiup.ete said system of sewerage in said sewer district No. 17, as afore said to oe done ,u strict accordance with the several plans, a id tiie specifications' dtny ai proved by the mayor aud council ot said City, and nowou liie in tlie city engineer's o,iice f tiie city ot Iopeka, and aii of said wors to bo done under the supervision and direciou of tiio City ensiueer or otuer authorized pyrsou desig nated by hi in. Payments for all of said work to be made on peopcr estimates of the city engineer, and sub mitted to the mayor aud council of said city for further action, either iu internal improvement bonds issued by the city of Topeka, according to iaw governing the issuance of the same, or in cash, as the mayor and conn -il may elect. All proposals must be strictly observed and conform to the fotlowins instructions to bid ders, towit: INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS. 1. Proposals under different names will not be received from one firm or association. 2. The city council of the city of Topeka re serves the r.glit to reject any or all bils or parts of bids which may uot be advantageous to the city. 3. Each bidder will be required to deposit with the city cierk to the credit of the city of Topeka a certiiied chec.v of deposit for two hun dred dollars, tiiat he will enter into contract, if awarded to him, according to the terms of his bid, within live days after the certification of the award. 4. In all bids made by a firm, the individual namesof the members must be written out and must be signed iu full, giving the christian names; but the signers may, if they choose, de scribe themselves in addition as doing a busi ness under a given name aad style as a firm. 5. The place of residence of every bidder, with county, and state, must be given, after his signature, which must be written in full. t. Any one signing a proposal as the agent of ano. her or others, must file with it legal evi dence of his authority to do so. 7. Alterations by erasures or interlineations should be explained or noted in the proposal over the sitfuature of the bidder. S. AH prices must be written as well as ex pressed in figures. 9. Proposals should be addressed to the city clerk, city of Iopeka. and endorsed "Proposals for the construction of servers iu district No. 17, in the citv of Iopeka." together with tne signa ture of tlie individual or hriu bidd.ng. 10. Pour per cent of tlie contract will be de duced aud retained by the city for expenses of engineering. sitALj 8. S. McFaddex, City Clerk. MONEY TO LOAN. 1,""OR short loans see W. P. Hail at Midland Machine shop, west First street. I have $500 cash and 8 clear lots to trade for inside house worth $1,500. Sheiton, 313 Kan sas avenue. MONEY LOANED on liorses. pianos, house hold goods and all kinds of chattel securi ties. L. iliscoe. 523 Kansas avenue, room 3. I 3 ARTIES wishing a safe and paying invest ment for their money, call at once on . M. "Wood 6i Co. , 6b4 Kansas ave. Grand Opera House. KSFrjday,0ct.5. Hennessy I,eroyIe and his excellent company opening in the latest comedy success, "By Wits Outwitted." Saturday In the Great Farce Comedy "SQUABBLES." HOC LAI till ! YOU .SCR KAMI IOC CAN'T HELP ITI LIKE THE JAPANESE. Uncle 6aoi'( Sailors Praise th. Ivio 14 fi ora of the Mikado. In her struqg-le with China Japan has the undenied moral support of the American bluejackets Those who have spent some time upon the Asiatic station and have experienced the hos pitality of trie mikado's subjects are enthusiastic in their praise of the Jap anese and equally riff orous in the con demnation of John Chinaman. "W'y does I like the Japanese?" said one of them the other day. "W'y' sir, ye've never been to the Asiatio station or ye'd never ask a question like that. 4I lived in Japan w'en our ship was there lived among her people and a nicer crew I never knowed. They treats us like lords, so they does, w'en we're out there. They're the most faithful, the most polite, and the most honest furriners on earth; that they are. "Sure, w'en a sailor man g'ets his skin full of grog1 in-Tokio he never need fear that when he g-ets his bear ing's again his pockets will be empty. No matter how much money he has he can travel in safety. "No Jap would ever think of steal ing; from him. I have seen a jinrick sha man watch over one of our fellows who was full when his blessed g-uardjin angel wouldn't recognize him. "And w'en the sailor lay down in the gutter and fell asleep the little man lifted him into the jinricksha, carried him home and put him to bed. The sailor had a couple of hundred in hia clothes, and it was there, every penny of it, when he turned out in tb morninr. T22 SA5TA TZ EQPTS. TKAI.V5 TO RICI OUT. Xm Effect en sua after Sept. 14, 1894. WESTBOUND. Leave Topeka. Trains. TFichita local... I 113' 8:15 am 10:35 am 10:40 am Oklahoma if ( I Texas local...' lit, 8 15 am 10:35 am W: am T)el 1 ,t Tmv 1 ! f: o. ort ... 1 , .--.i ..... i i . Q . Ieu. & Tex. Liiii 1 aniornia Lim.. Kansas Citv & Topeka plug.. Colorado Night E.x press . Man. & B. Ace. Ex. Sunday. .. 3 l:35pm 3:35 pm: 3:45 pm ( I I 109 4:30 piu, C:40 pm. ' ! ! 7! 9:05 pm 11:20 pm 11:30 pm I i i 153, 7:30 am 'Iletweea Kansas City aud Iopeka otny. EASTBOUND. I Arrive , Leave t Arrive ? I Topeka.; Topeka., Kansas : 1 1 City- Trains. K. C. Local Chicago Vesti bule Lim Columbian Lim. Missouri River Night Ex Topeka and Kansas Citv plug ' Man. .S. B. Acc. Lit. Sunday. . . 114' 1:50 pm; 2:U0pm 4:20 m C. 2:35 pm !:,15 pm 5:00 pm 4 7:10 pm 7:30 pm 9:30 pm i : S 5:40am 5:45am 8:00 am 110' I 154' 9:00 pm 7:30 am' 9:40 am Between Kansas City and Topeka only. ATCHISON AND ST. JOSEPH. Trains. : Leave ; Leave ; Arrive St. Joe. Atcuis'n Topeka. Pacific, Mexr &. Texas L.x press Nifcht Exp 105' S:40am 9:37 am II :30 am 107. 3:15 pin. 9:15 pm 11:10 pm Leave Arrive i Arrive j Topeka. : A tchis'n St. Joe. i i 10H 5:43 am 7:33 am1 8:30 am ! I lOOi 4:30 plllj 6:35 pm: 7:35 pm ! I I St. Joe Express . fct. Joe Evening Express Buy railroad, Pullman or stcamshin tickets of ROWI.i.V iiittis., A pen ts Santa Fe route, southeast corner Sixth and Kansas avenue. Topeka. Or W. C. Cakvky. Agent at Depot, Or AK.voi.li IN Son. Agents, North Topeka. I10CI I3LA33 ROUTS. In effect on and after April 29, 1394. WESTBOUND. Ii? I Leave Arrive ? Kansas Iopeka. : City. r 1 .. lave Trains. No. Kansas Arrive Leave City. Topeka. jTopeka. tolld Vestibulo Express A 11 11:20 am 1:25 pm 1:35 ym Through Fast Express B 9:20 pra 11 :S0 pm il :40 pra Chicago. Texas Express A 1 10:S5 am; 12:40 pm; 12:E5 Dm South w e g t er n I.vS.J.j Express A 13 9:35 am, 12:40 pm! Southwest Night Us.J.1 j Express B 8 8 :00 pml 11 :30 pmll :50 pm EASTBOUND. Arrive Trains. No. Arrlvo Tyave Kansas Topeka. Topeka. City. Limited Ex- press A 12 8:25pm 8:30pm 5:35pm Solid Limited Vestibule Ex press A 2 8:43 pm 8:50 pm 6:55 pm St. Joseph and Eastern Ex- ArS.J. press A 14 8:55 pm 7:20pm Express and Mail via St. Ar S. J. Joseph C 4 5:S5am 5:50am 9:20am Express and Mall via K&n- sas City Cj 10 5:45 am 6-.0Q am; 8:00 am A Daily. B Daily, except Saturday. C Dauy, except jvionnay. For rickets, sleep, n-car berths and general Information, call at Citv Ticket office, ttul Kan as avenue, corner Sixth itreet. ( tolephone 43J': at Passenger Station, corier Ursl street and Kansas avenue, (telephone 3S4); or at Fobtofuea. Kwrtli Topeka, t telephone sad. H O. GARVEY, City Passenger Agont. USI33 PACiriC. Clhaiia; of Time. In Effect February 7, 1893. UNION PACIFIC EASTBOUND. Arrives Trains. No. Leaves Leaves Kansas Denver. Topeka. City. Eastern Vestl buied Express, Limited. 8 8-30pm 2:47pm 5:00 pm 2 9.05 am: 4:50 am 7:00 am Leaves J iim't n Kansas City c- City. eomroodatlou . 4:35 am 7:10 am :31m UNION PACIFIC WESTBOUND. Leaves-) j Trains. No. Kaunas Leaves ' Arr ves City. Topeka. :Deuver. Ienver& Pacific Vestibuled Express 7 10:45 am12:55 pm 7:30 am 1 8:00 pm!ll:10 pm 5:30 pm Arrives Junot'n Junction Citv City. Accommodation g 4:00 pm 6:50 pm :20 pm Daily exoept Sunpay. Ail oiliers daily. Traiu No. 8. solid vestibule to Chicago, dining ear. tree chair cars, etc., running over the Chicago & Ailon from Kamas City, has through sleeper for St. Louis via Missouri Facile. i rain No. 7. solid vestl uie for Denver, mak- ing u.rect connection for Pacific coast, through rtillman car for Sail Lake; through colonist car to Portland, etc., etc. City ticket oirice, 525 Kansas avenue. L. T. & S. W. Iave Topeka. .. D1 7: a.m Arrive Leavenworth ll:00a.m WEsr. Iove Leavenworth, via Oskaloosa.. 4:51 p.m Arrive Topeka 8 :2U p.in Accomiiiodation, daily ex. Sunday. missouki PAcina Train. No L'v'slopckaj Topeka and Fort Scott ae " 1 coiiuoooation 2&5 10:00 a. m. j A'v's Topeka Topeka and Fort tmoti ac commodation 286 5:80 p. m. VI N KWOOII & HIGHLAND PARK It. It. Trains will leave tnuincv Street station weelt days for Vinewood as fodows: 6:45, 11:61, 8:07, 6:41. Trains win leave Vinewood for Quincy street at 7:57, 1:02, 4:19, 6:50. ZZZZZ. MSOAf TRAIT. Leave Quincy street 9:19, 10:33, 11:51, 1:50.3:07 , 4:24 . 5:41. 7:30. 8:4), 9:S0. Leave Vinewood 8:42, 8:50, 11:16, 12:30. 2:80, 8:47, 5:04. 6:24. Extra Sunday trains will be run according to company orders. If the care of the hair was made apart ; of a ladv's education, we should not see I so many gray heads, and the use of Hall's Hair Renewer would be unnecessary. All the talk in the world will not con vince vou so auickly as one trial of De Witts Witch Hazel balve lor rscaids, ; Burns, Bruises, Skin Affections and Piles, j J. K. Jones i Ayer'a Ague Cure ia warranted to cure ! all case of malaria. Sold by druggiits j Price, $ 1. j Read the "Wants." Many of them are . as interesting as newa items, bee 11 it is not sot Dr. Mennincer has moved back to his 1 cottage, 1270 Topeka avenue. Tel. So. j ISS LULU VAN GESSNEU and her chaperone were just pass ing the hotel and the g r o u p of vounc ladies tVV seated at one end of the ver anda postponed all conversation to watch them with breathless interest. "What a disagreeable old woman!" Miss Freling-huysen murmured feel ingly, and all the other "rosebuds" whispered in unison, "Yes, indeed! What a dreadful woman for a chap erone! Poor girl, why couldn't she have chosen some one younger and more attractive. But Miss Van Gessner seemed per fectly content with her angular duen na; in fact there was a sympathetic bond between them that was unusual to say the least where such extremes existed. They had just arrived in Newport from Miss Van Gessner's stately home on Fifth avenue, and Mrs. Donder decken, the unattractive chaperone, was a stranger to the inner circle of the Four Hundred. Of course her record must be unas sailable and her podifrree satisfactory, or proud old Van Gessner would never have trusted her to chaperone his daughter. She was an acquaintance of Lulu's, made during- a visit to a school friend in another city, and Mr. Van Gessner trusted implicitly to the lady's credentials and his daugh ter's good taste in the matter, and Lulu Van Gessner, young, talented and aristocratic, was apparently more than satisfied with her some what eccentric companion. "With that old woman to watch her Lulu will stand very little chance of making a 'catch' this season," Flossie Robertson said a little slanjrily, and stately Miss Giles, from the Imperial, unbent sufficiently to say sweetly, "So much the better for the rest of us when the charming duke appears, my dear." Flossie pouted and blushed with true rosebud modesty. "The duke may prefer young- ladies under strict surveillance and pay court in true Spanish fashion by ask ing the old lady first,". she said slow ly. "You know our American inde pendence and easy chaperones are subjects of much contempt to for eigners who think women incapable of taking care of themselves." But strangely enough the "dis agreeable old woman" whom Lulu Van Gessner had chosen for a chap erone during her first summer, did not prove such ,a monster after all. On the contrary, she remained in her room a great deal and only appeared, as a good chaperone should, at mo ments when the young men of the hotel were gathering dangerously near her charge's chair. But on these rare occasions it was noticed that the old lady's eyes blazed with extraordinary indignation and the curls of her unmistakable wig danced angrily as she retired with Lulu to the safety of her cosy suite. But fortunately for Lulu the dis tinguished foreigner, whose visit was so joyously anticipated, deferred his appearance upon the scene until a YOU ARK GOING. very opportune day. Mrs. Donder decken was called away suddenly by an urgent message, and who should arrive only a few hours later but the dashing duke de Aubigny in all the glitter of his proud position. Of course, the other rosebuds trem bled more than ever now that Lulu was without the watchful eye of a guardian and quite at liberty to do all sorts of unmaidenly things, which the duke, man-like, would take ad vantage of, and thus.-almost before his trunks were unpacked, they had decided that Lulu would be his vio tim. Like many another, Flossie believed that beneath the watchful eye of a guardian a young woman was safe in her very fancied inaccessibility, but was constantly looking for dire re sults from a momentarily unwatched weakness. And so Lulu astonished them all with her womanly dignity and de corum. She, a bud of twenty, ig nored the wealthy duke with a de gree of well bred courtesy that amazed and even put to shame the strictest duenna there. But from the first Belle Graham did not intend that the duke should no tice Lulu or her demeanor par ticularly, and her regard for Mrs. Deuches was heightened consider ably when she surprised that lady and the charming gentleman during a tender tete-a-tete in her own pri vate boudoir. ' "It was only to pave the way for you, my dear," Mrs. Deuches whis pered, generously, and confident in i'i ' ,u 1 1 that lady's ability to "work" things j to their mutual liking. Mis Cr.i ', i i 1 jlosed her lips discreetly and voted 1 uer chaperone more of a success tha i ?ver. For two delightful weeks tlie duk 1 ! hed the sunshine of his smi: ;, 1 J this beautiful boutcanlere at ths so 1 ide and if one or two of the bud 4 ex panded to full blown roses ben en Mi his exotic warmth there were no v i a ble symptoms upon their faces until , the hour of his departure, i That day Lulu turned suddenly an 1 j smiled into his handsome face: "Yon re going," she naid quickly, aud if ! she had added, "and I ar s. 1 1 ! , " 00 one could have been morj amaz"! than they were at her ex prussion. Flossie Robinson could hardly credit her own senses as she stood wet-eyo 1 and bitter hearted, watching t i farewells at his departure. Belle Graham stayed In her room that day, and was sadly out of sorts with her agreeable chaperone. Mr-. I Deuches, but it was quite apparent t them all that the duke had behaved badly with her young heart also, ai, 1 gone away without a single promise of better conduct in the future. Lulu alone was happy when 1. had gone. j "I was positively wretched all th j time," she said timidly. "Just think j of having such a dangerous Apollo in I the very house, and not even a j chaperone to defend you!" j Then a strangely sympathetic en I pression crept into her eye us aba I whispered faintly. J "The duke did not try to make lova J to any of you, did he, girls?" ! Of course the girls were highly in i dignant at this charge and not one of : them noticed in the momentary agitation how much their fluent denials seemed to relievo their timid questioner. For two of the yoang ladies, at least, had swallowed, secretly, a bit ter pill that rankled and burned their tender stomachs. The pills were, sugar-coated, to be sure, but now that the "catch" of the seasou had gone away uncaptured they questioned their methods of procedure in very bitterness of soul, and jut in the de gree that they regretted their own forwardness they resented I.ulu's adamantine virtues. The more they thought of it the more mystilied tiiev were at her behavior, and finall y t he scheme to injure her was set on foot by those who felt themselves mo,t shamed by the dignity of her ex ample. , Mrs. Donderdecken's ears were as sailed by many wily tongues before she had fairly rested from her home ward journey, and deeds, possible and impossible, were laid at I.ul i s doer by the wagging instr umc 11 1 s of malicious envy. I "She was so sly, so distant, no 1111 j natural, you know, dear Mrs. Domler I decken; we really "were fore -1 to I suspicious." even Mrs. Deuches iu , I pered at the earliest opportunity. ' But Mrs. Donderdecke n me I no I comments on her charge's behavior j that could possibly satisfy tho d -j turbed young ladies, and by the pen ! n of laughter that emanated from 1 .11 ! u'-s chamber a little later it was quite Hp parent to the disgusted listeners that she was not rating that young la ) y in any particularly disagreeable man ner. And the duke did not return to ameliorate any of the existing condi tions of jealousy among his adore i-- or to prove what they had nt lat come to believe, that he had secretin aspired to Lulu's hand.- So nft t much precocious reasoning the two cruelly crushed buds decided to for get their unpleasant failure anl con jure a less dangerous mctho 1 of cap turing the second wealthy nobleman expected at the beach. And it was during the excitement, preceding this arrival that Ltiin Van Gessner and her chaperone took their departure. No one missed them particular! after they had gone, for Lulu wu .1 strangely quiet girl, and her devotion to the "disagreeable old woman," made her but an indifferent comrade, in their midst, but one day, even tli noble Englishman's presence was for gotten for a time, while Lulu's mar riage to the duke was read and dis cussed in the hotel parlor. "What became of her chaperone, I wonder," Flossie Robertson h 11 I wearily, when the subject grew pret ty near exhausted, and quite to tiie surprise of every one, the vacant loo -ting Englishman took a sudden inter est in her question. "They were married before tiov came here, you know, young ladies," he said, solemnly, "but a her father was not aware of her elopement, thev decided to wait until she wa- Jl before-" But his sentimental beginning w.-ih too much for the excited listeners a nd the buds interrupted him by chimin r in eagerly: "And did that disagreeable old chaperone really plan for her to t-ea him here and go away just to give ti.n duke an opportunity to spend two weeks with his new made bride?" There was delight as well as disap pointment in their flushed, yoiiog faces now, and the Englishman, denso as was his brain, was sorely puz-tU; ! how to answer. "You see, young ladies, tlie d 1 . greeable old woman did not go away at all. She couldn't, don't you know,"' he added almost painfully, "for s he was his highness all the time, only doing a bit of masquerading." A Outer Path toladdn(-. John Drew Fisher, the actor, whj died at Brooklyn, N. Y., was an .t'. r example of how coincident fatality may pursue a family. He was tie fifth of the Fishers who died at 7 a. in. on a Sunday morning, his mot lie r, brother and two sisters all having died on that fatal day at exactly tii same hour in the mornio.