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STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 24, 1894.
I f 1 y J i.i - RENTS ! SITUATIONS! REAL ESTATE! AUCTION SALES! & OTIIEIl CLASSIFIED ADS. The Topeka State Jocrxai, guarantees, everyday it is pri led. to g.r a local csrculs t:on more than double that of any other Tope ka paper, and b tar More than ll Oilier I.iiie!i Cumbiotd. This maites this paper the ciieipeu, as well as the best dairy ad vert. s ln.r ine.iu.iii in Tcpeka. the ciasmed advertise meats teio eost.ng but I I TE CENTS A LINE, r 50 cents a line for a week; 60 cents by the month. C.ty circulation everyday exceeds E.000 total Circulation over S u). Sworn detuned statements of circulation prs -ire i nn application. f-L'.lau. e9 any afternoon between 4 ana 15. tne h and somes ;, fastest, most perfect piece :print.n;r maeiiuier v iu Kansas a Web .Perfect lii press, which mrits from two to turee coiu p.ete ts-paye papers a second. SITUATIONS WANTED FREE. Are yvi in ni-d of work? If so, yon ar St liberty to use tu se coiumns for as. stance ia ti.at dlreation. While this nonce appear th Miti JoutiVAt wiil publ.sh free on Saturday. Monday and Tuesday, for Topeka or Kansas I-eopte. ad notice of "Situations wanted' not nc"l,uj five line, or ttiirty-flve words, la length, Provided that ad advertisements of ti.i nature aia handed in previous to tea o'c ,m:k Saturday luoruinjr; also on Wednes c iv, Thursday at.d Fr.day, aii advertising of tins ea -s handed la by teii 'cock Wednesday iuorn..'i. No a-u'2Jt'?emf nti of this nature to bo started except on .-s.tni Mays and Wednesdays. No oo-l.-ation is incurred on the part of too advert. -er. No worthy aai needy man or woman need Lesitat to take a lv intake of this offer. No one In hit-uiie-M tt havtDir employment is expected to ''a advantage cf it. but ail others uivilod U avail themselves freely. WAHTEO-HELP. VAN TKD- Si urdion by registered pharma- ist. Salary no object. Address "K." care Journal o tiej. "W" A M LD A:i e'nerly person wants a posi- tion as muse for small children and will teach f.eruian or will keep linu.se for respecta l..e v id iw-r. At dress !. ii.' Journal oilice. Can furnish good references. IVAMI'b A tr od girl for general house- work. !i 1 west Till St. U'AN'ILD Wor of auv kind by trood boy 17 years oiii, or would like to ieam oine good trado. V. I: McKieruan. 720 Hancock st. AY AMI D- Lady to matiaire restaurant. Ad dress 'O. ' rate Journal oilice. A VAMU' Si tuition by a yoims; mall of 5 years evper.ence in general merchandise fctore. Will work for sinail wages at, start. In jtmeery pre fur re I. Can give reference. Ad i.ross Kruce T. V I.itei, Topoka, Kan. VAN1 KI An apprentice to learn m'dlinery " l;usiness, wihint: to assist in liouseworiii fur board. Appiy Kan. are. N. Topeka. ,TANTf i At once Dining room S'rl a' southeast j-oi iier sth and Quuicy. VAN 'fid) i irv!-class baker at 604 Kansas avenue. North Topeka. "rA.'TFI A job by a pood boy 15 years old. Address ";'. tins oilice. "TANTt.l)-AiVti salesmen to handle our line, no p-,, iin . Saiarv S75 per mouth, and expenses pah. to all. Ooods entirelv new. Apply yuickiy. t. O. lijx Oius, lioston, Mass. "l"ANTF.i)-S,i eitnaa; alarv from start; pe-maneat p. ace. Brown Bros. Co., "ur Ecrytneu, CU.cao, ill. WANTED-M ISCELLANEOUS. ANTKD-Tt trails pentie horse for good no. iau si.t"e. Aiiuress ctovo ' journal ou;co. 'AN fid) I! ir-i? to winter for his feed. .v.uuress.1. u. uratteu, Auburudale. AN'I KU Li jut spring wascou at 702 Kan bas avenue. r AN! 1 l 77o or three boarders pleasant rooms, good board, H.bo a week. 215 K. lttil St. rAN'l 1 I) Kooiaers aad boarders at 1242 w Laua street. VANTH)-11 ie to kPep for its feed dur " the winter. Address 'J. Ii.' Journal. A " AN 1 1.1 I 'vaat to rent f roin five to tea acres with house and barn. Address W. Ii.. 33t I oik St. , ANT 1. 1) Lvery one to uso Washburn's pure ajijdd cder. It is uie best. Send or ders to jj Kausas ave.. or 1. O. box 2iiG. 'AM t;b-Tfc o-der stove repairs for you. he;den & Mieiueu, 70j Kansas ave. A AMU)-Vcu to call at C. A. Goodwin's , ' rental a;u 'y, n.i Kansas avenue, and Jia-'e tri.-ia liud y..u a teua u. i he ony exo. l Mve reu-.il a.-ueia t.u city. We devote our -u. ire t.iini to rentin,' business houses, resi dences, ions. etc.. fie. t'-jliocuous made proinptiy ou a rea sou .tine comuissiou, a.'3 Kan sas rtvo. Yj'A.N 1 1 roaces Ui repair at tm shop. - - - ' ' ' ' - . VI. 1 . 1 . rAN 1 Id) Gasoline, cook and heatiug stovas to repair. M vos sec up or stored. Ihe Jj v 1 v KRmilt Co.. llti Kast feiifhtu st. A VT AN TKD To move, SX OKii or ship house- bold foods, IreijiUt. etc. -s 1 V fMN K It. 1JJ E. CtU St. MldlCllAMs TiA.N.-.FKii i SlolUUE CO. FOR HE NT ROOMS. J'i: KKNT-Oi e larjje furaished room at 9oa Vi;incy street. ful; KKNt-Tw elegant up stairs rooms. part.y lunnsUed. at jlj Van Buieu st. j," t: 1:11N l -Nije y iuruisii.d rooms wprt or witUjui. board. Mrs. A. 1. Barnes, 400 Ouia oy st. J,K.,,il;NTf'll';lnt ""stairs apartments. I'-irwy furnished. Corner 4th and Jacksou, FOa RENT HOUSES. 1TOR KFIN'T' N . 131a Polk st. P. C. Moore 4-ti Kau. ave. I.'till KKNT 61 J Taylor street, 10 room house. M- 4bti V I .lim. r v I" f. IOR IlKNl Good 7-room house, $17 per - mouth. 03 Last Tenih street. IT'OR KENT 8-toom house ou tith ave., west cenar. furua ; an d stable. 3-room cotta -e u IViiK st.iceiiar, hard and soft water. t G lientiir. IUil KKNT 4 -JO Kails, lb -Uses in Oakland. P. C. iloore aiisas a'"e. IOl; liKN X A good six room house, inouira ot ut. Koby, lis West i.th t. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS. pott SA1.KOU IdlTljKrHaiHiTeraiid lor te.uu. s. e Ash St. TT'OH SALE-A book case and sewing ma ch.ne, luii 1 airisou st. i',tii:iSAI'K,A hird and soft coal base burn ?r 'a g"Qd conation. 114 north Van Buren. -JLOlt SALE OK T It A D E Good equity la Address JU. B.' care Journal office. l'at o AiTiV 'o1 r3:tQ aQd tera- machine fyoi: KKAL eita:e or. rental property see FOUND. I7"OTjNTD The best piac; to rentf nldin? chairs and tables. The f'noeaii t' irnituro Co. 714 Kau. ave. W. M. D.iruoii. -Vg'r. I.'f )UN D Window shades fjr i.0 cents each at the Phoeuix i urmture Co., 714 KaJJ. ave. I7"OUN"L The cheapest plie to buy furni ture. Tha Phoi-iiii. Furu tai'o Co. , 714 K.ai sas ave. FOUND SIS bedroom suites reduced to $12.85 at the PUoeu.x 1 uraiture Co.. 714 Kau. ave. LOST. LOST Lare brown valice containiog under ware. e,f., ou Berry ton roid. lie ward at 817 Kansas ave. Lost ladies' pocket book containing money and i wu chaius. Finder return saute to Journal oilice audi receive reward. MISCELLANEOUS. MISS JEN NIE C. PnlCK. manicure and hair dresser, 7lu Kansas ave. pUNU TtXI.NO A, J. Kinsr. 605 Kansas av. Has charge of pianos at li.-thany cohette. JK. '1LTILE is iu tiio piastenui on sine a aain. Kepa iring pias.eriu a speciality. Kesideuce 4U7 luad.son sU J USX found the p'.aee where yo-i can s;et your furniture repaired and aiso pa 'Red ior sn p menu 1 n-.n.iui; and lay mi carpets a speeiaitv. All kiuvis 01 i.-eiierai joobiug woi tt doue on snor; notice. Vorc guaraaiaed oy a ijood niochan.ct. .No. iio5 Wt?st Tench biieei. MAUNLSS AXDKEFA1S WORK. ilarn ,hi and shoe fctjoa; riacen; leatuer polish f r buctry i.ps; repairs 111 all kiua of leat.ur goods; s i es hail soied forty coats, a. k'. liea derson. lli West Sixth strajt. riARPKNTEK and repa.r work. Address, s-' Win. Keedy. bolt d-'ll. North Topeka, Kan. MON TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN'-Iin? or short time. March & Co., llooius a and 3, Tod Kansas avenue. MONEY LOANED on horses, pianos, house hold (roods and all kinds of chat.ei securi ties. L. Biseoe. oii Kansas avenue, room 3. 1AKTIKS wishiu-? a safe and paying in vest ment for their 'money, call at once on a. ii. Wood V Co., 634 Kansas ave. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. "tSTk1- specialist. Ofhce Hotel Xhrojp. " j bTwakd, aTm., m. d 717 Kansas Avhsji, Hours: 2 to 5 p. m. Private liospital for woman 333 Greenwood avenue. 13 K. MARY E. STEWAK1. t34 Harrison Street. Consulting hours 10 a. Ill to -J p. in. HEN UY W. KO BY, M. D. ( Topeka. Kansas. f SUilUEOX. Q E. SHELDON. M. D-. s5 HUKflKKY A.VH IllSE AKS OP W f) Vt I NT . with private hospita!. Office: No. 7t!J Kansas Av,. DA C BA.Ali-sj, ii. D. CfRce 72 Kan. Ave. Eesldenca, 13th and Clay. Oilice Hours 9 a, m. to u a. m .and 3 p. in. tj B p. hi. Paoiie W. TTk K. J. kU MU LV AN E m-J special attenl.on given to chronij dlseasej. vjujco open an noars. 600 Kas. Ave. Phone 82. L. A. RYDER, M. D. , OFFICE and rosi letico cor. rdon street an I Central ave.. Nenii T-pesa. Phoue I'll. Uses the Brinkerliod system of Rnct.ii trea: nient. a sui'cessiul aad pain. ess tre.ktaieut lor plies, hstuia, hshura, ulceration, eie. LEGALS- First published ou the ls.h day of October, lss4, in tile official city paper. NOTICE. Cur ( F TOPF KA, ) Get. 18. Isa4. f To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby ffiveu that we the undersign ed residents and freeholders cf 1 iie city of To peka, W. T. Mider. Job 11 L. Beverly aad Wil liam Finch, were duly appomte 1 by ti e mayor and council of the city 01 loptka, an i having duly qualified as appraisers to ascertain the ac tual value of the land proposed to be taken un der ordinance No. 1741, apprvetl August 15. 1SD4. for the purpose of opeum.; and ejiiendui Garfield street between "Van Bnreu street and Topeka avenue, in said city. a. id aiso ;o assess and appraise the Oainatres and oenerits arising herei roiu P the lots and pieces cd property ly injand situated 111 the bein-tit district crea.ed and establisiied by said ord .nance v hioli is de scribed as toiiows, towit: Beginning at the northwest corner of S". John street and Jacksnu street; thence west along the nortli line oi St. John stree; to tlie easi line of Polk street; thence north aioinr tiie-ast line of Poik street to the city luu.ts of liu city of To pelia; tlu'iisv easterly alonjr cue northern limits of tne city ot Topeka to soldier frees; tli-nce easlerl aioiiir the south bauiv oi Sold, er creek to tne w .'st iaie of Jac.-ison street; thence sou.h aiorm tlie west iiiu of Jucksou street to the place cf beginning. And also to ma,H a true val latiott and ap pra.semeiit of all ihe lots ami pieces of ground situated in said beuedt dis'.r.ct without regard to the buldiritrs or improve uenis thereon. And notice is hereby turtiier sjiveu that we whl meet as such appraisers on the 31. day of October. l.siH, at m o'clock a. 11. of sa il nay at the northwest corner of St. John and Jackson sU'eets, city of "loneKa. in said beni h t u is, ra-t. for the purpose of asc-rtaiiii-Ji the ac.lial value and making appraisement of the property, and asseasui.i the damages and Iwnelits as aioresaid- v. 1. M11.1.EK, J. I . Hk K1II.V, Vil. i t.Mu. First published ia theOrne.at city papor Oetu . ber 12, lsii.J XOTICE. Offic e of Com vmssioneh of Elfxtioxs 1 'luitKA, Kaus.. Oct. 11, lcC4. )" A meetlns of the board of supervisors of elec tions f. ir the c:ty of Topeka w :u be lipid at the otlice of the eomm iss.mier of elections tin Satur day. k tober i;7, is "4, at 10 o caick a. in., for tiie purpose oi revising tae restistratioa of voters in the several voting pree.ncts of said city of Toneka. to hear ad appea s from tiie commissioner of elect ons respecting the 1 si: a iiuu cf such e.e.t jrs of sud c.ty, and tor .he transaction of su. h other ousiness as may properiy come before sai i tniafu. 1 KANK JlifiALU, Coinuiissioner of Elections. IPO WHOM IT MAY CONG tuai mv oetit.on is 011 U itN He .t known 1 m the probate court asK-Hig for a permit i sen intoxicating liquors at No. 3;s4 Kansas afaif, in tiie ."second ward of the city of lopt ka.. Hearing for the same is set for November -n, ls:4. at a. m. E. B. Wallace. Topkka. Kan., Oct. IS. Lst-4. The Statb Journal's T7aatarid Mis cellaneous colu:nns reach each working day in the week more tliaa twice as many Topeka people as can be reached through any other paper. This Is; a fact. Headache is tae direct result of indi gestion aa l Stomach Disorders. Itemedy these by using De WiU's Little Early Risers and your Headache disappears. The favorite .Little Fill every whtsre. J, K. Jones. Xaihinf Else But "Snow's Pine Expectorant" for coughs and colds. Is guaranteed. 25 and 50 cent bottlea. For aaie by ail druggists. Dandruff is an exudation from the pores of the akin that ipresdi and drieci, form ing scurf and causing' the hair to fall out. ilall'a llair Reuewer cures iu. ISE S1STA TZ SCTJT2L TKAIJfS TO RIDS OX. Ia Effect on cd after Sept. H, 1394. WESTBOUND. K 1 Leave 1 Arrive 1 Leave 9 Kansas I Topeka. Topeita. City. Trains. t Wichita local. .. Oklahoma & Texas local... Pen. & Tex. Lim California Lim. . Kansas City & Topeka plug.. Co.orado iight Express Man. & B. Acc. Ex. Sunday. .. 113 8:15 am 10:33 am 10:40 am t I I US 8 115 aoi 11:3" am 10:40 am 5 9:3i am 11 :30 amtll :5o am S 1:35 pm t 1091 4:30 pm 3:3a pm, 3:45 pm 6:40 pm 7 9:05 pm 11:20 pm; 11:30 pm 163! 1 7:30 am i I I Between Kansas City and Topeka ou.y. EASTBOLND. " v; Arrive i Leave , Arrive Topeka.! Topeka. Kansas I j City. Trains. K. C. Local Chicago Vesti bule Lim Columbian Lim. Missouri Kiver N'ipht Ex Topeka and Kansas City piujr Man. & B. Acc. Ex. Sunday. .. 114 1:D0 pni! 2:00 pm 4:20 pm I 1 ( i 2:35 pm 2:ii pm, 5:00 pm 4j 7:10 pm: ; pm 9:30 pm 8 5:40 am! 5:45 am: 8:00 am I 7:80 am 9:40 am no 154 9:00 pm Between Kansas City and Topeka only. ATCHlsOX AND ST. JOSEPH. Trains vn Leave j Leave i Arrive irams. 0 ;st Joe.lAtchis n Topeka. I'aclfic. Mexico j j I A; 'lexas Ex- press 105; 8:40 am 9:37 am 11 :30 am Kliiht Exp 107 8:15 pm 0I5 pm 11 :10 pin Leave Arrive i Arrive Topeka. Atchis'n1 St. Joe. St. Joe Express . 108 5:45am! 7:33am 8:30am fat. Joe Evening j Express 106 4:30 pm 6:35 pm 7:85 pm Buy railroad, Pullman or steamshin tickets of KOWLEY BROS.. Agents Santa Fe route, southeast corner Sixth and Kansas avenue. Topeka. Or W. O. Gakvet, Agent at Depot, Or AKJfOui & Son. Aeents, North Topeka. GCS ISLAJfD BOUTS. An effect on and after Oct 7. 1334. WESTBOUND. I I Leave Trains. No. Kansas Arrivo Ieave Ciry. Topeka. Topeka. Throutrh Fast; Express B Chicago. Texas, Express a Soutri western Express A Southwest N'itjiit Express A I 9:00 pm 11:10 pm 11:20 pm 10:50 am 12:53 pm! 1:05 pm LvS.J.I I i:35 am 12:50 pm: Lv S.J. I 7:40 pm 11 :05 pm ll :21 pm EASTBOUND. I Arrive Trains. No. Arrive Leave Kansas Topeka . Topeka. ' City. Solid Limited! Vestibule Ex- press A 2 3:55 pm 4:00 pm 0:15pm St. Joseph audi Eastern Kx-t Ar S. J. press A; 14 3:55pm; 7:'2upm Express and, -Mail via 6t. IAr S. J. Joseph c 4 5:33am 5:40aru :fiuii Express arub Mail via Kan-i sas City A' 23 5:35am 5:40 am! 7:45am A Daily. B Daily, except Saturday. C Laiiy. except Monday. For tickets, sleeping-car berths and eeneral Information, call at City Ticket office. 6ni Kan sas avenue, corner Sixth street, (telephone 430 : at Passenger Station, corner-E irst street aud Kansas avenue, ( telephone 3s4) ; orat Postoltice, NorLh Topeka, telephone 304). H. O. GARVEY, City Passenger Arent. UI15H PACIFlg. Change of Time. In Efl'ect October 7, 189. UNION" PACIFIC EASTBOUND. Arrives Trains. No. Leaves Leaves Kansas Denver. Topeka. City. Eastern Vesti buled Express, Limited 8 8 20 pm 2:50pm 5:00pm 2 12.50 ami 7:00 am 9:20 am UN IO N PACT FiC WESTBOUND. """ Leaved Trains. N"o. Kausas Leaves Arrives City. Topeka. Denver. Denver & Pacific Vestibuted Express 7 6:45 pmj 8:55 pm 1:40 pm 1 9:00am!ll:00 am 3:45am Dally, except Sunpay. Ail others dally. Train" No. 8. soiid vestibule to Ch cago, dinin? car, tree chair cars, etc., running over the Chicago & Alton from Kansas City, has through Sleeper for !t. Louis via Missouri Pae.liu. Train No. 7. solid vesubu.e for Denver, mak ing direct connection for Pacific; coast, through puihnan car for Sa.t Lake; through colonist car to Portland, etc.. etc. City licKet oltlce, 625 Kansas avenue. MISSOURI PACIFIC. Train. No L'v's Topeka Topeka and Fort Scott aci com.no .tat ton 2S5 10:00 a. m. A'v's Topeka Topeka and Fort Scott ac- commodation 2S6 5:30 p.m. L. T. & S. W. KAST. t.. wt. ( via Merhien and Leave Topeka. .. i Oska.oosa. Arrive Leavenworth 7:30 a.m ..11:00 a.m WEST. Loave Leavenworth, via Oskaloosa.. 4:5T p.m Arrive Topeka 8 :20 p.u Accommodation, daily ex. Sunday. VIXEH OOU & HIGHL AN D I A It lv It. K. Trains will leave Quincy Street station week days for Vine wood as follows; t:45. 11:51, 3:07, 5:41. T rains win leave Vinewood for Qulney streel at 7.57, 1:02, 4:13. 6:50. M'XUAY TRAINS. Leave Quincy street 9:1!, 10:33, 11:51. 1:50, 3:07.4:24, 5:41. 7:30, 8:4). 9:50. Leave Vinewood 9:5o, 11:13, 12:30, 2:30, 8:47, 5:04. 0:24. Extra .--iinday trains will be run according to company orders. SCHOOL 0P CLASS for ladies and yentieliien MONDAY evenings, 8 p. in. Social par ties FRIDAY, even ings. f-& Invitations required. DA1TCI2TG Mr. & Mrs. J. H.Wetherell, Masonic Build. ng. 633 Jackson Street. Fisrt published on the 17th dav of October, 164, in the official city paper J .NOTICE. Ofhce of Commission f.r of Elfottovs, lorEKA, Kan.. Oct. is4. f N'oticfi is hereby given that the books for the registration of voters hi the various wards and precincts of the city of Topeka will ciose at a o'clock p. m. on the 2th day of O-'tober, IS94, aud w ill remain closed until after the election on the tilii day of November, i.4. Frank IIfrald, Commissioner of Elections. 1 - 1 , INGA is hardly more than a child. but she is Tu-ling-'s wife and the most beautiful g-irl you could imagine. Her loveliness having1 attracted the at tention of the ne;g-hbors, she is now locked up in her room every day when he g'oes off to the fields to work She has to work ia the little house until Tu-ling1 comes home late at nig-ht. Then the vegetables have to be cut, and the cart trotten ready for the morrow, and if she happens to forg-et it Tu-ling becomes aaary and scolds her; but he never struck her; he loves her too much for that. To-day she is goingr to prepare him a nice meal, such as he likes and will enjoy; she has a whole bottle of sweet palm oil, that will make it nice and g-ood to the taste. And she is poing- to array herself in her best gown, to welcome her industrious husband; they must be merry an i happy to-day. And Minna's little finsrers clean and scrape, knead and bake; then she dons her white g-own, which shines like g-listeuini;- snow, and fastens the gold comb in her dark hair. She seeks the little room upstairs and watches expectantly in the di rection in which she expects Tu-lin;r to come. Suddenly a wag-on and horses rushes past the little hut, a snow white head and an inquiring pair of eyes are raised to the woman at the window; there is a loud com mand of "stop!" and horses and wag-on stand still as if by majic. The man is richly attired in silk, and pearls are twined in his lon white beard. What does he seek here in her humble dwelling-? A masterpiece created by nature is not destined to remain forever hidden. I seek you, woman, with a snow-tlower face. Open!" "I cannot!" cried Ming-a, full of fear. "Tu-linf- has the key." "lireak down the door, men!" says the man with the white beard. The low wooden door flies into pieces. Ming-a creeps timidly down the creaking- stairs; she is breathing heavily, and her face is as white as snow. "Come here, my flower! I have chosen you for a great person, who is wailing- for love and longing for you. All the beauties of the world Will pale beside you, as the stars when the queen of day appears. You will have a golden roof over your head, and pearls and jewels shall be your toys." "Are you reciting to me a fairy tale of Tu-fu or from Pe-ku-ti?" asks the wife of Tu-ling, with glistening eyes. "Why is it that I should become so rich and hapoy?" "Because you are beautiful and in comparably graceful, and possessed of those charms which his highness delights . to gaze upon. Come, my flower! LTp, lazy wretches!"' "Oh, no, no! What will Tu-ling say?" and Ming-a frees herself from the grasp of the old man. "Do not hesitate, my bird; obey the command of Buddha, lie will leave the purse for Tu-ling see, it glistens with gold he will care more for that than for you." Minga casts her eyes sorrowfully to the ground Buddha commands. One more glance at the humble room and the meal she has prepared for Tu ling, then she quietly accompanies the man in his wagon, which carries her toward the Kast, where the pal aces of the great ruler stand. A solitary man stands at the gates of the city; he looks miserable and (jcy -v 1 .5 41 n EVERLASTING FEACE AND QUIET. hungry, his coat is torn: his eyes are tearless. Numberless beautiful women pass by him, some in wagons, some on fooU Those robed in white make his heartbeat more quickly and cause his eyes to brighten; when they draw nearer he feels like weeping, but his fountain of tears is dry. And around the suburbs, where the great walls are, there are slender women resem bling angels, who seem to spring up from the ground like flowers from the field; they also are robed in white, and wear gold combs in their dark hair, but it is not his white dress nor his gold comb, and with tearless eyTes he continues his wanderings. When the stars shine brightly in the firmament, he wanders through the lighted streets. The lights shine brightly in the palaces and houses, and women, pale as the sunflower, laugh and joke and fan themselves, and the lonely wanderer listens and holds his breath, presses his hand on his beating hearU But none of them laugh like Minga and with tearless eyes he passes on. The moon sheds its silvery light over the dark earth. Id awmptuoun - 1 I ' sli- j ,. ': r - 1 1 N. Iy furnished apartment, stretched upon a divan, lies Ming-a, her darl e3'es g,azinST into vacancy. She is clad in silk and purple satin, her small white hands are loaded with pearls and sparkling- diamonds, butherheart is cold as ice; it beats slowly, as if tired to death. The lights are extin guished, and in the darkness and still ness, the tears which are burning in her eyes like fire through the day, fall slowly upon the slender arm under her ciark head. And poor Tu-lmg does not know how she longs for him, and she we eps wildly, and sobs shako her slender form. The servants draw the curtain to shut out the light of the moon. Tbeir mistress needs rest. They perfume the luxurious bed with costly incense, they disrobe her beautiful body and place it upon the bed. Minga closes j her eyes, as if asleep; but her hand I softly steals toward that of her faith ful servant, and she whispers like a prayer: "Sela, did you bring what I desire?" "Yes. mistress, presently!" All is rest and quiet in the sumptu ous apartment; only the old servant crouches beside the bed. and the regs ular step of the g-uard outside can be hea rd. "Here, mistress." And the old ser vant hands the young woman a tiny Uaak of gold and crystaL "Here, Sela." The old woman takes the case of go Id and jewels, and g-lances lovingly at iU Minga, places the flask to her lips, which bloom like a rosebud ia May, and then there is everlasting peace and quiet in the apartment of the king's favorite. Only the regular step of the guard outside may be he ard through the still nighU THE PEOPLE OF HAWAII. Their Homes and Their Hospitality to Stranger linear. "I know of no more hospitable peo ple in the world," said Captain A. C. Alexander of Washington, "thn,u the common people of Hawaii. If 3-011 ask for lodgings at nightfall at a native hu j you are received as if you were conferring a favor, frequently tho whole house, which has but one room, is set apart for you, the people going elsewhere to sleep. A chicken ia slain in your honor and for your ex clusive supper, and you are served by the roasterof the house himself. The native grass house, where it has been well built, is a very comfortable structure. It has but one room, cali co curtains serving as partitions by night. At one end a standing bed place, running- across the house, pro vides accommodations for the entiro family, no matter how numerous. "This bed consists of mats, and the covers are either of tappa cloth (which is as though you were sleeping under newspapers) or of blankets. The more prosperous people have of ten, besides this, an enormous bed stead curtained off and reserved for strangers, and you may see the wo men g-o to chests when you ask for hospitality and take out blankets, sheets and any number of little pil lows for the bed and often a brilliant silk coverlet The use of the dozen or so pillows puzzled me, until I found that they were intended to tuck or wedge me in so that I should not roll around in the big bad. On taking your departure the next morning it is not well to ask the cost of your ac commodations, as the Hawaiian has vague ideas of prices. He might, tell you 10 or whereas, if you hand him seventy-rive cents for yourself and guide he will be abundantly sat isfied." LOOK TO YOUR UMBRELLA. Not That You May Lots It, Hut far the Comfort of Your fellows. A little education in the art of car rying an umbrella would scarcely be thrown away on some pedestrians. There are occasions when this imple ment of defense becomes a veritable weapon of offense. There are short men who hoist theirs in a shower, hold them well down to pi otect their hats and heads, and rush along at a good pace, regardless of thoe who are inconvenienced. The only thing that makes auy impression on them is meeting with another like unto themselves, when there is naturally a violent collision, with renJing of silk aud smashing-of steel ribs. There are women, too, who love the feath ers in their bonnets more than they do their fellow-creatures, to judge from the selfish way in which they rush homeward in a shower with an um brella held in front of them absolutely careless whether they run down some innocent passenge. in front of them, or poke some other in the back with an unexpected ferrule. Nor is the umbrella always harmless, even when closed. Too many men carry it under the arm, to the danger of those who share the street with them. Too many women nurse theirs as though they were babies, the handle projecting- over one shoulder, to the great occasional damage and detriment of those who pass on that side. As to the g-irls who "score" men's silk hats with the points of their sunshades, the sufferers seldom resent very deep ly a fault that is caused by a pleasant proximity, unless, indeed, the parasol should be held bv a careless sister. W03IAX UI(JYC11S1 HEATEN. Not Ia a Fair It ace Rut With Man's Fists. Vasdalia, 111., Oct. 24. A. L. Druno j and wife, bailing from c-t. Louis, have been making a tour of Illinois and In- j diana on bicycles, teaching a new method j of dressmaking. Near this city yester- j day Drunn became angry at his wife i because she could not keep' up with him, knocked her off her wheel and beat her j shamefully. She was found in an almottt 1 senseless condition by the roadside and j brought here. Later she was sent to SL i Louis. Drunn was arrested. ! Phone 153. Topeka Steam Laundry. ODD FELLOWS. The Order B.el on Honmt l i e. Triple Link Not. Of the more than l.BOU.CiO tn.-ri j. Odd Fellows in America, Rays Tho Joi Ion Odd Fellow, we Lave t known first one yet to Cad fault wit h tt.o p : pies of the order. Its lnernrers i . t ehort of their obligation, but U; 1 i i pies of the order stand unliuprv'rc-d t. time. The eystem of watching with sick members is the best ever yet i by men. It alono Is worth nil thee costs. This (statement no honest, i gent man ouu gainsay. Marino lodjre of I'rovlnretov. tt, has decided to erect an $d,ouu hull. Canton Kidg-ely, Patriarchs Miiiuu. Manchester, N. II., has voted ti pi.,, "Zt phru" ut the opera housu lice. 12 7 and 29. Dr. J. M. Norman cf Denver, s. n of the Grand Secretaries assoei.itfvn, at Iookout, Tenn., and was re 1 le-t.-d rttary at the meeting of the us-m i tu , When a brother concludes that re t! will succeed unless l,o is the leader t you fchould not was1 o any tiiiio try.!., convince him of his error. No plcasantor place can l found v one Is at leisure than an Odd lYSi, lodKeloom. Did your lodge or encampment hind financially List term? If s. 1, im ; your dues or make a provision to vy fccdtmeiits to cover dellcicncies. TisquHiitum IikIho of Miifori, M. has completed 50 years if life, at ,1 event was appropriately eel el ra - I I y fraternity. Why don't all our active your;.,; hr t 1 enlist under t he banners nf the Pniiifv Militant? They can lJrid 110 Letter (,: v zation In tho world in which to ;-ra their desires for military display. Pennsylvania Odd Fellows f.ip takes pride in tho provi-d-ms tha Ix'on made for tho support nnd 1 nance of its aged and indigent u 1 in orphans. If an Odd Fellow litis not love brother, what has he of Odd i . 1 1 worth possessing? KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. j!l Itapld 4 row th of the K lid ow merit Spear Point. The following is an extrac t frmn t! o port of tho board of control of tt," en I mcnt rank: In the ex ti i bit of the ..,:, tion of the rank today the fltruivss s!co. that over find above all liu! i lit -, it i-io y outstanding claim, just or unjust, o paid, there would still rrmain to the in i of the endowment rank tho handsome 1, ; ance of flia, 400. H:. Two years ayo our 1 port showed that tho membership of tl rank was my, 407, currying an in-i "'. ot $2,i.V2,)00. Now tho 11 r..', . numbers ol,bs4, carrying an Itnuritn- ? $74,068,000. At the reunion of Indiana Knight" t Crawfordsville n unique feature of 1 I, parade was a body of 1,000 Kmhts 1 i t i in media;vul armor. The new constitution adopted by t! t prtino lodge is concise aud bu&i nr ! , L Tuition iu the Pythian university Gallatin, Tenn., wiil bo fn-o to mm of Pytliians. Prist Huprxme Chance! lor Howard I las of Cincinnati has been a iiifinl-r f tho order sinco ISO!) arid is t-t.il L u active worker In the subordinate lode. There is some disagreement In OJi'-i ' J to the wisdom of excludlnat iwUoou im ' from membership in the order. Missouri has A'A divisions of the un'f r;u rank, with a membership of 14 11 a State, all told, butt over !i0,i0 Kni' 1 -. UNITED WORKMEN. The S l.OOO Certificate Ilaa Mi.y A enU Here and T li-re. Tho defeat of tho thou-tind dollar eficiary certificate at. tlie bn-t n..i-i.. the supremo IikIh' is by no mraim tie of thia very important qtiwtloti, wy, Michigan Herald. If we mistake, n prand lodges will express t hernse! ves 1 this subject in 110 uncertain tone, while it is barely poibl that, it. 111111 carry at the next bofsioti of the hit; lodge, yet it is equally certain that only ti question of time when it wiil its place in tiie system of the A. ). I' It is time to commence the f.iil paign. The cool evenings have come, all of us work. The printed journal of tlie lust of the supreme lodge is the lar,.; - t issued. One of the most inspiring sij'h's crowded Jodgeroom and tiie I. no v. 1 th.it every man there has ntniie j r a for his family in case of sicknet-,, ,1, . t and death. The jurisdiction of .Mhh-iii-Iiiiwiis tains 12 per cent of tin) cntlie iin-inln-i in t he order. The grand recorder of Missouri jin $1S,000 to widow aud orphans in ;, bcr. Grand Recorder Sullivan of Mon Bays that he opjmsed the thousund il certificate on principles. ftoyal Arcanum. The o4 councils of Boston m recently held a public ini tiic. ball, r-utiniiii! lir-tti.-nt ('. W. d M 1 I: was preseitt, and Senator I.od.-:o h 1 an address. Members of Hickory council, St. must carry hickory canes lo secure ; sion. Winthrop council of South Uo-o added 21 members since .Ism. 1 nnd 1 applications pending. The ineFitber now 2'''-.', with candidates i-tiuu it 300 before tho next term. The avcr.-ige annual itK-rea 8,000 members, and dtirin.r 1 nge Wits exceeited, tho gain Li 'h to I:, C 1,1. s l ';; the m i ti j: 1 1 , ' ' arid for the first six months ot S"l 1 gain wan o,242. The total number of a.-st-s--i c .-, , s has been 202, the highest numUr yetu being 15. Tlie cost, of carry i the business for lsy.i was 'sj,i.r.io, ccutugo of 2! per cent. ChiHitin I'ricxidM. The next session of t he impi wiil be held at Kl intra, N. V. Chosen Friend night tit ti exposition was a gland sm-i-es The heat of summer heliirf 1 meetings are bei.Mtf well at tern Past Supremo Councilor V reports the order ia aprospero in Chicago. riiii led. '. t; is ii. Ooldf-n ros. The order in Ma.--iii !ii' ! - 1 bers some 7,300 ini-mbers. witti krospects of a Lirgo lii-.-rt .-i.-o i '. lilt months.