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STATE JOURNAL, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2G, 1894.
IV AS IT A RAKEOFFi That Induce d the School Fund ! Ccinmiisionsra j TO EjI UI3EITA CCUHY E3SD3 1o thr trnrant or 3.00 Piylni 1 ( roll on (he Hollar H htu Tat Arc j IV art i Only " Ceota ? i The Sansa rtata school fund comrni- j loner are responsible for another bond deal which lovic very shady aai which was iu direct v.otntion ot the Jaw. It I loo y.i if some trif tnb-T ur member of j the bj.ri are (ciirtiel in a transaction w.-uica supeii Cars deal tat? ia the use i of the sta.e'o a.o ley. Afierie pjrhi.j-j of frau lilent bonis '. la-t ; ring tin aie.i wha cjnil.!u'.5 tfca co:ii3i53ion. Altjraey Graer.l Little, j secretary of sit: Osborri aai Superia- i te::dent Gainer- aae been very c. ireful an j several, tim-.s, a leading fjaa-.c'ier wi.o clcrgi b-i-d of western Kansas j . . jttb-s fur sale told by the e j.u- t tnUs"o"ier th it they did not purchase the j to a i "f any c.jjaiisj wsit of Liarior.. in -ite of ta-it fact the coir:mlslon?r3 ' on oetV.er l i I ought $-1 ".,.-' .-f ti..- re- fun img Luu of vViciij cjii'ity wh.ch i l.cla t'i- it..d...!n- of tie .,t.tte nor: a ni ! ju:a u i -'-i c. t i fruta the Colora I j line, ; au i th tt t n nt pir and vraeo tiis iaw ex- ; I l.ci'ly f .-rt'i 1. such a purehd". Tue j bond woul i not l3 wurtu over t cent . fa tue io.iar ia urjy urset. ! The law provide th.-.t tae school fu-.i i CJJiini'iJiyDF." shall ri-...t jjfoUs-.f I oud " vhen the am jj;;t of trie ton i-! ill fcX.-i.-cd 1J per ft at of the i4.-f:ijJ Vai- ; U.ttscK. ' 'I h- last s'n'e treasurer report ?hr ! th-." th:1 viluj'.ijf: of in county is 7 $". i vT. sn i tae i.-u.e'.e lues by me : las: aai. tor's report is f 1 41.'.; IU. !.''. The , ia lei. t .1 : -3 i- e ji. ie. -.i-atly a. -n j it J cent of tae a-tess-?.i v; sathn, far L-y.i-i the Ltu l al.-'.v..-d i'y iiw ".th.il j wa.c!i th-3 ci col fuel cuiumLisiuurra j L'. -'v j-o.u Ikj:i il. ; It U ruruor-i 1 thut 5tata TrH.?urer H i- j d.e he f-U.l 1 tadt th-i tjJ-ia w ere j c ."!-;; i n; i ie h vi.-vwai j rot -it ! thw'.r x-urchis The members of the S l-j.'l we-re dstartaicied to buy them. ; fc ji.c-r.jr, ".! h-i uia vv hi e.-.5c":-.'ly . i':,-e i '.heir j met -ise ws Attoru.-y 'jeu- '; I.i ; It. F;:e b.nd-. ri puroaaei i tal wt-re rezal ir: v certified to tne taie ' E.i ii or. at the warrant for their pay- j I. iias n vet teen ur a'-v,i on rue ' rate treasurer, prob thly o wm tj the L oitility of ie elate treasurer to the ae- t:on of the coiiimis. oner. Wue.i the ; arrant : prrsente i Le i--ts co alteraa- tive bu: to i.ar.n ever the money. B -inker P. I. ii jaebraie, wi. handles ; a ere -t rr.any t-.-r. is of ail kin as, wa asked wnat tne market value of the ; b.il- cf W.fih.ta countv snu:.i be. ! hey really have no market value out si ie cf the sta'e," saii he, "probably c a ine to the action of the school f and cotxr.imsioners in refusinx to purchase ton i ot este-n countie.' The Ji.'Uh.vi: re sorter informed Mr. Ejael lake ;:u. the c .-s. oners hai purchased tunc W.t-h't i county, and he s .-eraei krre,.t!y sttrr: ri- 1. f "Is t a it truet They can't do it for the I fr- .: .;.- i i--s exceeds the il:n. aa.t they j h ivh r.-f Jed letter loads oany times. ; It t it e y have r-aiiy purch ed tnose : toidj, tne.r cot. a act i most outrajeoui i ne tews won a De wuru aoou: So ceai Ca the d :.ia . State Superintendent Gaines said: ',T.Ve t-a,'ht tae bonis because they are a fr-o od tnvestraent. The state has the in. n ey .in? idie in the vaults, ani a food ait pr cett investment i a good thmx. The 'o:id are better than four per cent Shi i.ee countv bonds. We fare to pay par f jr the bon is, because the state cannot atf rd to de reciaie its own securities. Boi.v!j are never bought for less. Tnee sa d. bonis were bargained for by the Kepubh.-aa, but they d.d not have the money t pay for them, and they were afterwards withdrawn. I am tired of cav.aif people ..otne around here to try to get j e. p e to do heir duty when thev- are aireai sworn to do it." Tiie law on the point i clear ani the coin m is. one r ire expressly forbidden to invent in the boadi of any county whose boade 1 indebtedr.es exceed 1 J per cent of the assessed valuation. Section 6,6 " of the general statutes is as follows: 'Sai i board of com tni'.oner shall hivetlie power and it i hereby m lie tneir d ity, fr , u time to time tj : invest any mouey te!orsginj to the per- mau'"nt schjoi fund, the state e-rioul- j tural college, state n jrmal and stte uai- i versity fuais. in the bon 1 of the tate cf Kansas or cf the United States. ch ol d. strict bouis of the several schooi dis trict of the stve i f Kansas, brid je.court ! h .use bonds, cr in county, township or j city refunding son-is o tae several coun ties, townships and cities of lu state of Kania-. In makins; such inresitnent t.iey shall give preference to the bonds of the state t f Kansas, school district b jad-., an 1 refindinij b irt is, when the b uiie can te pr jc-rrd mo.-t advantage- j oiis.y to the saii funJ; but they j shall n Jt pay f r any suit, scho.d ii- trie; or re fun ihirf bads in any cae a j greater amount than the par value of the I same, nor ehall they pay for any ouch toads any greater sum tha tue ho: uai ! tnara-Jt pr.ee tiereot at tae time of pur chasing the tame. Provided however, that the comtni nioaer eh.tll not invest in any ' i-i i s w nca tcrether with tae ot..er c u.sianai inaet tenaess sr.aii ex- ; ceed ten t-er cent of the assosse 1 va'.aa- ! t.on of aa.d mimic. pal corporation: and j provided further, that nil refaniiag j t jnd herela ptovided shall be bonds re- j funied under t le general la' cf the I .te." Awcrctd Highest Honors Wo rid 'a Fair. ' a3D m. v i!rJ ' t i x I . i ' ' I o - i ' O t'V 'i''lLLA MOST FERFECT MADE. A purs Grape Crian cf Tartar Pcwier. Fre' Som A-r.rr,onia, Alum cr any ether adulterant. 3 I EARS THE STANDARD. CA31PAIUXER. Doi U FU on Tim T r ajil Long iitaace S- he ia It-.. Tt'hai the Re'Ul-Ucau Sn;.e committee rna.se ditet for Bernard Keiiy, which th;y hrfV baen dslag for duly anetinzs t.iroug'h t$e caapitfti, they feel sure the appointment will b nist ragirJlfeii ofraiir.'nl tirne tiblss aai diiti.icei. Mr. Keily hi ajt diintf onteltLemyet, bat he h id aoaie lively r'nillag to do thi-i wei;. Ha 'j. ke ca Veil m iar af ternoon at Jewed ia thi a .rtu oaatrdl part of K is n. Ia tha eveaiar ha Ur.-va cr-os the country twenty-two nJei to a small sta'i-ja oa tha btronfr City nnl Su perior Lracch of the siatj Fe, reached the statioa jast in a Jvaace of the headlight of the locomo tive, 4'ot iato Abilene ia time to ta9 toe Cuiop Pacifi;: train wet to G-ive c-...ua:y, recai (J.-alitieil yester day rnjia.tiiT, drove thlrtesa di.les. to Gove City, s;-oi-e there to a bi meeting ia the afteruo ja. drove tac to the truic. aid was ot.e of the f.az people o-i . !.e Btreeta of iopekt i od re t.jy to speak ia Sumner f.. -ia y toniorro v- i looking a-i though he had returced frm a week's vaciuji U'lLLAKO WOT qVlT. O'ipil Would Hut tlie e.n.l Oiitrict 1-opnli-t Iion't Like th S:benie. A sciisir.a to withdraw two caad.da.tei for conzresi, W.ilar 1. I'opulist, ia the Secoi i -i.a .rict i.c 1 O'X hi. D 3crat, ia the fourth d.V.r.ct, ha fai.en trouh. The Democrat- hud coasented to with draw UhVe.l if V, ".Hard wo li i get oil the track ia . vir of Co!. Mo ire. Every thing ha 1 been arraajeJ aai a delega tion "f Shawnee c ju::y I j4iiv.trats went to Aitreutioe on Vedoe.-duV a.:d watted upon Vi:l.r-d The pr j;jo-itioi. was la. 3 before iiisu, bat he ret n-'l at-oiuf.dy to withdraw fro.ii tte race. He told the deie-atin that tie ex pected tj be eie-tel at,d no p.wer on eart.i could induce him to at a:. 1 j i the campaiga. I rnl on a htain iri I) e rijoct at. A letter ha f eea reee;ei frcm Thorn &i i F.!.ktiuf btatenauf:il in v hicii he say thre . no rrouud fr the run. or that h? ii about to com o-.t for the Fop u list sta'e ticket. He s.yo that he attended the sta.e cocvetit.ja a id helped frame the platform ud '.ht.; he .a tend to be true to the eal The old av tame. The c )ld wave proctes ed jesterday arrived en schedule tirne, and iduiough the day wns spring-i.ke at uo-n. it wa2 cold encu jh to wanaut an otetcoat by stiuper time. The lowest point marked by the therroome'er la.-t night wa IT. A: noon the therm jnfe: murkei 1 de grees, A light fr.jst tell lest nignh SNAP S H OT 3 AT HCM2 NEWS. I've a .-e?et :a my Ueirt, -Sw-e-t Mar e." A kt-' c i -u d iiaprt. Line, t-s t:ie-.; We are get.u.i m s'nty e try tif voir -a.e .! v o- 5o dre.-- -y Aiiii e"U ufctt s in?;;:.: in -re clievry. "S WeeE -i a.- e. " oiAIE JOtlaXAL 1'oSh R-S-sbr t d-y! Tha prar.d jury will be empaneled in ten days. The chrysanthemum is now the quesa of t ne hov ers. Tiiere are five Republican Hamteau club in Topeka. Colonel Hughe had his coi l wave flag up ail day yesterday. Republican toc. is still going up at Cape Curtis' exchange. Mayor Harrison will appj'mt a city en gineer early next vveek. If yoa are njt registered befare 9 o'clock tonight you can't vote. Councilman Jam Burzesj i sick with ind i tn matin of the bjvveis. It takes ti mile ani A rods of fence to gj around G. G. Gage house west of town. A couple of well dressed gambler have recently taatea up their residence iaTo peii. The Topeka Young Men Christian association will hoii its annual meeting tonight. The dar.cing season has begun and theie is one every night and sometime two cr tb ree. The annual meeting of the Torek Y. W.'i". A. will be held this evening at the association room. All the member cf the Rep iblican daoibeau ciub can sing. Some tetter aud some not so butter. The wind blew so hard yesterday that nothing but boarding house biscuit kept the people on earth. There are four extra car cn the Santa Fe s'tietr.icks. the aggregate cost of which i over $10 j.uo'l. Ycu never can tell anything about a band cr a sr-ee nay ill re a: a demon stration, fur the tin horn-,. J u ii" R.ner i.i presiieatthe session of the United State circuit court to be held in Tope a a next tn .i.t h. Mr. J. J. Corbett will no dsubt draw a big house aud a uoisy one. The talent if not tae elite w iii be there. Senator Mart.a. as & two-horse circu rider, is the latest production oa the board at the Flop exchaoga Mr-. R. I.antry, wife of the Democratic i candidate for state treasurer, is seriouaiy j ill at their home in Strong City. j Mince pie, the mince of which consist ; chit-hy of apple-sauce, potatoes aad stale currants, can be ultuiuei at the pie counter. There t a stretch of mighty tad side walk on the east g.de of Kansas avenue. j between Ninth and Tenia street, tnat ; snou.i be txed. ; E- 1L Funstjn, the Secai district ! farmer who has been e i-npai ;c ing iu j the northwestern part cf the state, say j there is absolute! v no doubt about the election of A. il. ill.. ia the j-uith dis ; trich i Some cf the members of the old police ' force are so jealous cf John Gardiner's "(opuiartt v a an uhicer tut thev won! i rather see almost any other man succeed Hank LlnJsey when the For go oat. But no other raai ever Sect the criminal cias under like Joh a Garuloer. Secretary R IL Sere pie. cf the Pop u Ilst state central cjrauii.ie?, sti.i cling to hi .craw bat. and says he i.att'nis to wear it until after election. lie ,aa bet a new hat on the result of the election with J. IL Hansom, of Fran kiln, w ho won a hat fri.ua him two vers tgo. 51 r. Lftf' Big 'I t i d r. CtTLK. Kan., Oct. i J!r. Lease a i Iressed people in the np-ra hjuse here lac evenii. and fu'lv as many :nore were in tcwa to Ler her, tut were usable to get in. A GOOD AT THE THEATERS. Farce Comedy tail Variety at Both Opera Hyu.es. There will be two old piece put on at the Grand opera honae next Monday m?ht, -A Coid Day," and "Chip o the O.d Bioi." Both are farce comedies With specialties. The music i sa.d to be ?ooi Both have visited Topeia in previou seaaon and both are we.i knowa tt play of this sort. On Tuesday evening there will te a minstrel snow. Barlow & Dalaon's, many of the member of wiueh were itn Primrose oi est last year. Oa Thursday evening the world's champion pugilist, Jauie J. Corbett, will appear id h.a play, "Geot'eman Jacir." liiere will be a busiug match curing the action of the play. VVuite Coll.er will te here Saturday nii'ht in "A Bac'at Number." Coii.er i one cf the ri.n cooielian of the day aad ha been weii receive! everywhere. H piay- t aU year ia said to reetable Sol smita IiueU's "Peaceful Va.iey." The lvan-.fi Ainae House. The Doubt Family will beiu its three eveniag of musical speciaitie at the Crart fuid this eveaiatf a.a i will close sua i-iy. Opepinij with "The Two Americani oa .-loalay niht the Ciartse A; Pariiin-s-on Cotnpay will Uoia tee boards at the Crawford ail next wees. There wi.i be a change of biii every nih: ad the weelc will be nothing tut comedy, at popular prices. They are well sp.ohteti of. TO IJET 10,000. -. Unkato Syndicate VntH to Ret on L-we-iliii Fl?uty of Taker-. Frank. Flenaiken of the Republican state central committee, received a tele cram la it even.ii,' from a Populist at jiank'') stating that a syn i.ca'e thre was wiiiinjr to bet anywhere from f V.uUO to E",Jj . oa Lewelliojr, even money. Mr. FieuaiiSen replied iuioicd.ate-ly to deposit 1 .',' J or any pars, thereof ia any Tope a. a bank and the Republ.cic would see that it was fu. ly covered. Tae Ma:. iato people haven't been heard from since. OLD EXOUiJIl TO VOTE. .4 'Ian Itpji-tereil Over OO Ycsn OU-Xo Doubt of 11 1 lein Over 3 1. Joseph Reed went to the registration office .aji evet.ug to register old Henry Ch.lder who is said to be SJ year eld and luks to be pas: the century mark, lie is so old and lY-eb.e that several men had to hsip him up tne stairway at the City ha!.. When Deputy Ejection Com missioner Frank Waitake1- saw him he got off tae trst j ke his friends ever knew him to perpetrate: "iV.i," he soouted, "you've begun to rob tae grave yards, now, have your You leiiow luusC be getting desperate." Turned the Revival Out. The trustee of Moore scnool house at "Wauatu. inter, three in.ls-a wet of the c.ty, turued a revival meeting out of tna scaooi house in order to hold a Populist meeting last night. Tae revivalist are iad.jrna.it. The pastor i J. S. Kirk and his brother ha been carrying on the re vival for two weeks. Two of the trus tees, Alex Mi-Pubert ani Aiiison Hughes, ure Populists. About th.rtr were present at tae meeting, l'he churcn peopie liave been iuduigin iu Bound aria tali today. LOCAL JlEXriON. Hon. David Overmyer will speak in Lukeus' u'erd house. North Topeka, to morrow evening. Governor Lew ell ing has recover? i from his i..uess sufficiently to resume hi cam paiga work aud is at Norton t-day. Miae Tnornpson ruas a billiard hall and today he refused to pay his 1. cease For that he w a arrested and taen to the police station, where he afterward thought better of it and paying tue license waa released. Rev. D. O berg of the Sweiish B sptist church' will preach hi farewell sermon Sunday evening at the church, corner of Fourth ani F.lirnore etrt-et. 1 he church wiii hold a formal farewell m-'eiinj Fr.day evening. Monday Mr. Ooerg will iei-.ve for Portlan i. Ore , to take charge of the first Swedish church at that place. Mrs. Mary Ruirow, wife of J. II. Rui row of Lawrence, died at that place Wednesday of cancer. She wa brought to Topeka and buried at n.ioa yesterday. Wra. D. Murray died Wednesday at the home of hi sister, Mrs. E. il. Ward ail on Qiincy street, of paralysis. 1 he funeral took place at 2 p. no. yesterday. The case of James Fry against the Santa Fe railway for 1 1 ti ) damage came to naught in the di-tric: court. Fry wa cvercotne by heat iu tne boiler room at the shops. Arzume-t in the case were waived and tae jury found a verdict in favor of the defendant S mta Fe i after being out only a few m.uute. Are Xt Oemorrals, The Democratic county central com mittee cf Lyon coua y, has caiied a meet ing for tonijrrow for tue purpose of de nouncing tlie meeting of Democrats a fe.v day ago, whea it was decided to Vwte for Levelling. Several visitor at Ilepjbiicaa headquarter from Lyou county say tao men who managed t hat meeting and called themselves Demo crats, are Populist, and voted for Lew eiling two years ago. C. C. Ilk ter'a Lerinre. Illustrated by thirty Stereoptic.-.n view. At F.rst Baptist "church, Wednesday evening, October 31 sL A satisfied customer is a per.nanent one. Taat's why we recommend Do Witt' Early Riser. They cure constipi tion. Indigestion and a-Uiuaaue J, K. Jones. Dandru3 i an exudation from the pores of the skin that spreads and dries, for til ing scurf and causing the hair to fell cub Had' Hair Ihtewer cures it. The Stats Jourxal's Want and Mis cellaneous column reach eacn working ia ia the week more lhan twice a many Topeka people a can ba reachei through any otaer paper. Tni La afao- At the rencii ltakcry, 815 Kansas avenue. Home-made mince pies. We nnis our own mince meal Slo Kansa i.veaue. Ayer's Hair Vigor invigorate the scalp; cure daudruH &id itching. An tilegan. dressing. We pat oa near necibanii oa fihirti. Peerless Steam Laam.dry, Hi aai lil - W est llighih stree. LET YOUR SATURDAY i s 4 A 1 1 f r r0 "m7 i ' 6l7 ( : 'Si KansasLomi II nvc. v Fifty dozen Ladios'Fall weight Jersev Ribbed Vests, siiver-Srey color. Price w ould be reasona- ble at 50e. m iomorrow 35c 01 O -f-i-n C1 w a.w Wm Specials in Skirts. Blk. batine Qnilfed Skirts j reduced from $1.28 toS3c.! Heavy Flannel Skirts! from 1.25 to 38o. ! Fine Black Satine Skirts from 81. io to 31.35. Very fine Satine Skirts trom 82.D0 to SI. S3. You cannot make them at these prices. Dress Goods ! REriNANTS Comprising plain and fancy wears of many; kinds, will be collect-j ed together for your I selection, and if you j can find something to j please you in this: stock, and we think! '; ' 1 you can, you can save Boys' Tvnee Protectors, in Jersejr Cloth from from on-third : and Leather. Just the thing O to one-half at lS2,St. i to save your boys stockings.. -'' Ladies' Cream Colored extra heavy Jersey Bibbed Vests, of finest Egyptian cotton, good value at GOc. Tomorrow 4f',c. More Yachting Caps Boys and Girls, old and young, wear them, worth 35 I'JC TOIIOP-PwO-W 23c. Clothing Department. Nickel Plated Dressing Combs, actually worth 20c. NORTH TOPF.K.L. Items of Iutrt from tha N'ortta Si 1- of the Kifi-r. 31. F. Kingsclver of Osawatomia i vis iting reiat.ves tsore. Take youx prescriptions to A. J. Arnold & Son, s'jl Kao. ave. Kstabiished 1-TU. Ira i . Wiliiam ha 3 sold eighty acres of laud uear Meaokera to E. C. Turtle, for f ,"10 an acre. Dr. Pratt from the western part cf the stale, came ia to .. end the marriage of his brother. lie w-.il remain soma day. Ferdinand II. Wyrnan of Boston, is attending- the meeting of the Santa Fo di rector, and looking afrer hi large property- interests here at t.ie same time. lilue pos.t G. A. II will hold its regular meeting tonight. An entertain caent on a grand scale i to te arranged for. It is expected to occur about te y.h of next month. Ralph Wilson is in from Colorado vis iting ti ie parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wil son. He'will not return to Coicra do, but will so to worat in Texa for tha same employers. T. M. Jarne? is making some improve ment oa hi Topeata avenue property. A complete line cf hom-ae jpathic rem edies at A. J. Arnold & Son", Andy Wise, who lives near the lime kiln, had a. Oog whiCi shoed symptom of hydrjphoi.ia gome linie ago. NjI much was thought of it aad the Gog went away. Wednesday he came b-.cat and was snapping at everything that came near him. He bit Mrs. VV but be.ng oii hi teeth were poor and did not penetrate the flesh. Mr. ise's little ooy threw some water oa him. and he tnmediateiy went into convul-ion. 1'tere being na further doubt that tue log waa mad, J. W. Sm.th. wno hap pened to be there at the time, shot him. A tramp called at the home of W. LL LEAD YOU WHERE THINGS OF fl j ( f ! CAN ALWAYS BE 1 " iST"Ladies Silk i rp . . r, , laneta Gloves, j in black and col- ! . , , , iors. Actual val- , -n2lTri I I ue 50e. We will close i ' 1 themout TomcrrCTT at -5"C. 100 dozen assorted fancy; Dress Buttons, ail of them ! splendid qualities and styles iraugin- from50e to 31.00 a dozen. We olier vou the i choice at Kc i A Dozen. I .V- ':.h3ra-. f-w w Vv". Some goods are hard to get at present, and we are fortunate in receiving some verv choice OLOAKIlTaS , -- , -mi l whica we will place on sale rimKirrniv at nnmi nrnnriK . .. i a - - - i ferine Black nose These fine imported 40 - Gauge Hermsdorf Dyed Hose, worth fully 2o to 3oc, we will sell Tomorrow 20 c. 3 pair for 50c. Clothing' Hoom. ' 2? Before vou buv your Suits or Overcoats we would like to -hu those we are selling at $8, SIO, S12.SO and S15. They iihd. hold their own against any and every competition. Wood yesterday and knocked at 'ho ihMir. There was no one home but Mrs. Wood and he did v- t in ike great ha'te to open the door. The tramp evidenrlv tbou-gat there wa rto one at home utiu seeing the famdy washing on tne line, seized all of Mr. Wooi's shirt ia tight and ulled them ur.der his coa,-. Mrs. Wood appeared about this time and demanded tti.it he drop them. He denied having anything. She called an imaginary d g, and the tramp ran. Pursuit was institu ted and joiaed in by the entire neighbor , hood but he got away. ! ROCK IS LA N D 110C T E . JiXCCRSIOt A S'H' N'C E M L V I i. Harvest Kx.?arioB5. On November tfth, we will kell harvest excursion ticket to ai! points in Texas, and all poin's in New yiex.e;, on the Peco Valley rai'roa I, and to Dealing, at one lowest first cl. fare, plu f ii.oo for the round trip. Stop-over aliowed within th limit in both direc tion. Limit cf tickets twenty days from date of sale. J rallw,ii, Tex.. tittI Keturrt. J On Octcler C6 h and November j 2nd, with transit lioilt of two day in each direction, and rood returning No- ; veniber 10th. we wii' sell rjuai tr.p ticicet to Dtilas, Tex., on account of ;ne state fair and Dallas exposition, at lo.o . We have absolutely th best and shortest route to ail Texa point, with unexcelled accommodations. iL O. (MUVET. AgL. tol rliiuiit avenue Peerless Lauadrr : ltrf rin; Itrtprr M .rliutt JUura. j Chicaoo, Oct. 26. O.ie of the lar-e warehouse of the Wm. Deeriag reaper j work waa burned today. The loss ws SM .1 SI ' : FOUND. IS f " f ' f 7 I fm Kzlzzj- 300 d 02. Ladies ! 1: aney i Bordered Ilandker- chiefs, generally sold at 85 and in k -.-'it L'liui. To::;M J 4 i T T T 1VZ 'f111', ; Tndi-o Blue 1 rmts: qua h I euaranteed. iat erns u!i the best, wortli ie Tomorrow 4;:.,c j We havf ! en n pointed selling ,i-.rc: i for a sj)lendid m ; ' of Cream ;:t:n i Toilet Soar). Y on cannot buy good a q uality uu! 10c a cake. We will -dl y a box. Cfiitainin., cakes for X w "s j Tomorrow we will j some elegant things iu (. "J-'11 s ,,ts , fi'1' ,-i ' ;1 ' i i fV e T "'V T" t lie in to vou and qu.t' : r,rices wI.ich 'v:l i i please you. j Gents iennis z nil : New arrivals. All and Medium .-tvle of i" ; ins t iannels. .ladf m pi and pleated btjsuia-, la; full sizes. 50 els. Cheap at ".. -. Xo Htilp Lumber f . .... t ), A f r . a ViCTOHT. li. C. Oct 1 he I' McLaren Lumber c.in-',y !.a c tr. e.l Ij siiip 1;U, .Lfi.Uti Ivi'i . f i.-r k-i'i..ii iiiii... A i. e . ' i : .-. : . ; . complete 1 tt,!.,in u an i w ill 1 . boom to the i'i lu-'ry 1 -r - w : i long i ei-ii .i-epre.-te h CkI'i-iK l. i ll I 'l a t i il lllrn . I Lovi.riN, Oct. I i it, i.-. i-,. ticie this ,nar:.i'i? tb T:mi .--:.r- , .-. the Baring itquidation w..l ba : over another year, when it l e t ;...H.ti 1 will be terminated Ti e i-t .... now reduced to about 1,T- .'. z . .-. of ilonrs.... have aim o. t .tcr ... . Vu ' I'" if : i-'.f, r.se i :t . it . . - . v H'l I ..it-', or ij- J : . - i ' ' ' V i t.ve.y th:r LT.?i ti.'i; " " 1 I - ' cm, viOOi-H'N PS.'! tiTtyr.vcd 5isti.i?tcrv t Weddiny inviuunn. 7 11 KANSAS AVC! oa 1 , - 7S ,