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STATE JOTTRTSTATi, FRIDAY EVENIN"Gr. O0TD3ETl 23. IS') I.
ji . k ,11, ,L jiljL iSnf & II EXT S ! SITUATIONS! ETUL ESTATE! AUCTION SALES! & OTHER CLASSIFIED ADS. ThrTofkka. Stat". JorRXAt puaranteos. every d ty it is pri i.J, o t,-.va a local c.rcuia t:(ju muiB iliau liciit.ia oi any other Tope- fca pair. auU l tiir tu e 1 lian U ' ", lL.iie c..mt iicti. 1 i: s mates this paper the cheapen, ai veil as this ;. 1 daily adveriw men. cm in Tope a. tua Cistaa4 adverti laeui be. oa' eubt Di out FIVE CENTS A LINE, ct 50 cent a luie for a weei; So cents by taa Uicnth. Cay err. illation everyday exceeds 5,000 to.ai cremation over 3.01. bworn de.ai.e I t itemenls of circulat.on pre eu.e 1 n appacation . t r-C.i.laud tea any afternoon between 4 anl C. Lie htodsomes . latest, mot penect p o cftprint.Qi wacuu er v u Kauas a V eb Ported liiff press, wuicli prints frosti two to luree corn- SITUATIONS WANTED FREE. Ar vou In n i of svork? Tf n. you f.r at JSLertv to urn tii"se columns for assistance in that u.reot.oa. .'n la tins nocioa appears taa r- lAtiJut it: 4 l puoniii f r in on 3i-ur 1 1, !u o"i li una iutsliv, fur lope.-.t or h3-i I-.i.-i-. ad notice- ot Situation Wanted." cot eitvei five u it. or tii.rtv-fi v word, ia leaiti. I'rovideL uia. ail adTer;ietn.r. of thia r:a.:urt? tra naaded in pruvn'M to tf'i oV in'ii farur;,ay m r,j!t!2; also mi veJaas Say. Thursday aui "Friday, ail advertismi; of ti-.s c.a- liaudod ttt by ten o'clock WtioiKuday Hioroi;.;,'. -No a':vertHmenU of thif nature to be started except iiu atu .u..j s and U -oun-days. No Jb l.atiou is m.'iirred on lav part of luti ailer;:s ei Nil wortny a id noedy man or woman coei tieltac to talix adv.-tnta-.'a of l:i s offer. No one hi 0ij-.ues or iaia ein;)ltymHfit isexoectdto taive ai aaia o: ic. bu, au otiiers nlviUrd ta avail tl. -ie. js freeiv. WAMTED-H EL P. W'AM'f Ii-Mj.n to .!'strSbur circulars fl.r.n it !.') pt id. Send iio -tamp. W ett-rn I.- lr i '. 11 t A-.-.o :-t-tio;i, 411 1 .v St lul, Ft. Vi,r.ii. I'eves. ' A VI I I Sf i:n-ire-s for plain aewintf. I rj'J V an H jr-;n st. AM I-1 1 S i e -m il t- hati lie a inoney ciakiint a e. ood workers make fro.n $to f :o per d.w e!i;n: our g)d.s. Miiail !!'.:!! re r "U cai. b.-rweeii '.' a. m. and noon aud 4 ai:d (i p. iii., J-ii Jackson .-t. 1 'ATTEt A cood white girl 70 r -ner.il l!.u-e -t'-n. Loon waj;os to coMpele lit person. I6il Fi.l.u.re -t. 'AM 11 A t;niu room ptrl at I'l-''s res taurant, :;;l Kansas ave. IVAM KI --. t ia: .on l-y repristtkr-ti -!':irriia- ci-t. Sa-iiry no onjoci. AilUress "K." care Jon-ni-.l i.'-irf . M tl An f 'ierly person ftan-s 1 txisi- I kin as i! .1 r -e tor -m.;: i-iiiLilrwu :ii;d vi 11 teah G--iTiiau 1 'v.ii Keo i lioo-e for ri--pecta-b e w tu-wer. AiHres "I. O.' Juui uai oUicB. Can fuiiii h pood lefereriees. W'AMMi A teed girl for general house- work. OPJ ne.t Ttli St. " A i I 1 Wi.rk of nay km i by fiood boy IT ears old. or would like to .earn ,-ouie good tra ie. W. 1'. .' i.-l. el na a. TL J Haucock st. 'W'AN TED -Lady' to !:i;ttiatfe r--auraut. Ad- d res- ' ' t t -i Joaruat ollL-j. VAMl 1 1 Mr ia ion by a jronnir man of y ;tr- experience, in eaer-il lueicnaiidts if 5 tiM-rieiM-e in izeaer-il lueicnaiidi-e store. t 1.1 n'ui a Ur sinan waes at start, in trroeery preferred, lau Ae reference. AU '.Lres iir-.ico J. We j-tor, Topoaa. Kan. W A.S i tl)-i r,r-c.a-s ta.er at WM Kansas a.t uue, .No 'lL icpeisa. VA.N ILD Active saiesiaai to handle our litii. no peli iiii baiary $r.i per moutu. tind expense s paid to ad. Oo.iis eu.ire.v ne.v. App.y titiick.y. 1'. O, tiatoJJj, itotoj. -Ma-s. 1TAN TE1. -al sinaQ; talary from start- per na i?n; pi ic j. Bro.va ttro. Co., is ar tery men. Cn.caio, ill. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. A'ANT l-.i To .my a to id roa I wa-on. Ad- - - ua-ss . i. 11, SS . L ' Journal onice" U'AX'I Ell- A M-niD.1 h uid ladies' safety. ' .M ist he clu ap. tt-jO Kau. av. N. Topeka. AN Ti-.H-To buy a second hand plan . ,ii iih i-iu ap ana in irmia oraer. dre-s i ..11:0' care .1.. irual oihce. Ad- I 1-. D- To -are lor i .loom -i. 1 1 triaie I M-Kill a try or 'ty hu,".'y Vs id aCi. ra : 1 vveat otil W A N I ED- J.', it spimjj warou at 7uJ Kan- st'S as'em.e. "W A -N ' 1 J 1 w ' ' r H'ree hoard -rs-jileasant room-, j," ''U I i-ani, a w.-eK. -J13 E. T'Ul st. " 1 1 " A M 1 I) - I 'm mers and boarders at 1212 L mo street. rAN I . " to ke-p for !t- feed tlur- ' in.; t!...- w.n sr. Aodrcss 'J. IJ.' Journal. T A N ii -D i .verv one ions Watlibara's " puro aip:e c.i.er. It is tua be, t. Srfud or tieis lo 3-3 Kaus.: , tvj., or P. t. bov JiiJ. f AN 1 El 1 To inier stova re pa ir.for you. ?iiu.ueii o. .- :.t',iieii, uj Kansas are. "TA.N I"E: You t c.i.i at C. A. G jj i.viu' rj,u.ii jy, 01 jva.is.ts ave.i.ij. a.i I nave iiii.u a.U yo.i a t :ij,i.. tiuo ny ev.-i 1 siveroj.n ajjjj.-iu tu ci.v. W'e uevo.e oar eu.tra inn j re i..u ; b.is.a i -s n j i re .. ilea.'ei, 1,1 i:ui, e.j., e.j. Coubj.ijus mate) pio.n-i iy on a riAi utj.o coin Uooioa, t kaa sas ava. i 'AN 1 En I- ur sacas to repair ai t;u siioii, Ran-.;., : v.. : t : . .... W A N 1 E Uii asi l t 18. cook and heating stoves to repair. ShIVh; et u or st :) I Hl ll Si uvk E,i-tit Co.. ll'i East t-ihtli sc. W J To move, sioiiii or ship- housoT ho. a goods. Ire. t;li;. etc. sai.s . i. si tt. l.j E. f,-'i 5; MEKCIlAAis' i'iiA.S3i-t:4 a. bioiUGE CO TOiNT-RODVI 3. "'t,!; HUNT One furnished room and two , uuluni shod or lUruisniti looms eusuit cheap. Tu. tu. re 41 L jud Jackson up s. airs TVOP. l; -:N T- 'lie lar-e furnished room at !Xi3 fl C'U.,...y -lrc-?C. Sfol; liii.N 1' Nn.-tlv furjai-ned rooms with or n .tuoi.v ooaro. Vi. . i tiaruot. 4JJ ya.u- cy tt. Iclt LENT La -punt up-tairt apartmeTtt, ptiry f u.-nisao k Conic-r n and Jac.c-0.1, fORtNT-HOU33. j,OL nf.xr-NVw house 6 rooms, pautry oo-it and ctl.hr, ia. o.-:a. .,. - u.i c,s.e.u s.Ml! cjm -r.,i sdi au.l Cuy ' c. vara, -i-a Kansas avo. K'--NT-No. PoiK st. P. C. More, 4-v iv.in. a 9. j,'U.-: 1 L App.y ia c:t; lnvie: street, lj iooia uua,c. T?ui; E l.N 1 1 Io.mI 7-roorn iiouse, i7 per inoutti. 3eKtst -ttuth street. 1 X"i'n" i'1-x' .J -. un house on o.d ave., wa-r-m T,?"-"V' ' ir-':u'? ail iao.. 3-rojiu cotiae lUfi"' U;C'3ajr urJ fcild 1.0ft Water. t .Zh. y 1 , ' 'j ' s" 1 E oti sos in Oakiaud. F. C. iloore, 4-J ttausas ae1- K0",- 1 ,';N1T TA - "dI sit roon house, inquire nlPr.l.ulij,i,5 )t,iuii.v. SALi-MlSOELLANEOUS. V, OK SLELar? double- rod pTuTh bed 'uu;-;- 1 1 '''' 4-'JJ- -d by lo a. m. iat- IOK SAL" One good wcrk team, fl ve years old lu vprujg. We irht over each, j Will maKe 1.430 to l.t-xi pound. hore- soiie ' coiumuu wo 1 it horsas cheap, .iuier.ca Bank, j J.orai iotevJk. IOK SALE-Two oed room seta wita mat-, resse and spring aaJ o.: er boue iioid furniture chaap. ( m at ail eta st. IOK SALK room hots; uovvu, rest 00 lime, lia I' sni ail pBjmnt .'ier it. 1T0K TKAUE A g03d Sac'Uio. t-f btij : lor a cow. lu iyier XT' Oft SL. -Fre-h half Jerw-- p ms a id sfio rt horu. 5 i nu.e so au.easi oi ToLOka. John lleuberK-r. I ,"OK SALE OK '1 K A DE House and two lots. for team. Asn si. I OK SALE A (:ms case cliiiie. 1013 iiarr.soa st. and b;-v.ii tia- i T.'oK iA 1.1 . uooa mii. b cjv-cbe.-.r. Cad at ( JL 030 Kansas aV'J, -t" moritii 111 die ye..r. f ins ct... if -i v.u; a t;uu.i tii:iu. iuojuju). ey' care .ioaruai. nUK l!r.AL eicate or renia: property .nee fo u ; r-i d. IOUNiJ i ut) li:; io to r;;iL loiuuir chairs and table-. 1 in- l'.i-jeaix f" jruHiU'c Co. 714 Kau. ave. U'. M. iJ.u ju. jl 4'f . L'N 1 W.nd w hha ijs for J c-nt eacu ac A til le I'uooo.x Fu: n ire CO. ;-t pla 7.1 Kau. ave. T7UL"Ni Tlie ch-ape-t placs to buy furui 14 Kau- tu re. 1 U'j i'lioe ji-v Furu.tai a Co sas ava. '.'Ol'.ND $:-s bed 'orcn siut-vs reduce 1 to SU.sll - at tlie I'll. .on x ruri.iure Co., 7U Kan. ave. MISCELLAMEOU3. ISS .TEN NI R C. F.tlfE, inarjicur i.nd hair A(iresst-r. 710 Kit as. IS live. T X A N O TL NTNG A. J.Kinif. o Kansas av. -- lias cliaie ot pianos at l.eliiauy conee. JK. T L' 1 1 EE is n tha p acot.ii.' u t'.aj.i aaiii. itepa.fiu - pia-oii i a speciality. Kesidence -i-iT uiali.)ii st. JL'-si foiina tiio p.- e wiierd yo 1 can tot yo ir furniture repair .J and 11..0 pi.'asl fir sa.a ment. c loaning and laying curp-is a -p jcia.i..'. Aii winds t general joooia vvoiv uoao ou sar. notice. v or,-t vt'aai an e-j.l oy a o ad neciian.tj. N o. ...i. We-L i'eilLli . I'oa. MAltNKss AND KEPAllt W' )K K. i In roe ; t and biioa shop; paten; iei iut p.disiif): Utlijry tops; rcpans in a i km Js oi lea. u: troods; snoot Sni3 1 forty ceas. ji. F. xia.i- dersou. Its vv'a.ss mx'.ii s.reei. c AKEENTi: ri n ml repair w jrit. Address. Win. Uee ly. box s.'l, -Norca lope.-ia, lvain. MON TO LOA1. TON'EY TO LOAN Eon; or slioit time xtJ. March & Co., flooias J ucJ 3, I xi Kansas aveuue. MONEY l.i A.N Ell on hor-os. pia J's. lionss lioid soods aud aii kinds ul chat. 01 securi ties. 1 i..-c o. o-ia ivaasas aveuae. roo.n .1. 1AKT!ESw-isiu!i.-t a safe and paying mvesc meiit lor llieir uK'.iey. ca.l a; ouuo oa a. -d. Wood 6 to., ivausas ave. PHYSICIANS AND SURGtONS. ui!Sr SFiiClAL.IT. OUice huioi l'liriop. tr E. ViAEI), A.M.. M. E).. 717 Ka.vsas AV e n t it. iluurs: 2 to 3 p. m. l'riva.d njspital for wornea Bjj ore jii wood av.'UJfl. JJ:. MAiil E. s'i'LWAKT. Cal Harrison ; reet. CouUi.in liours 10 a. in to 2 p. m. tlENTtV W. EOi; Y, M. El. t I T I ! i I I V lui-EitA, Ka.vsas. (iltUUIiUJi s3 E. SHELDON. M. D.. J SCKtiAitx A1 DISEASES OP VTOMM, With priva.e hospiia. O ti -j. No. Kan-a Ave. I la. C la -sx.-s, ii. D. JL Office 732 Kan. Ave. Kesidonca. 1 8th and Clay. Oflice Hours 9 a, to. n a. tu .and a p. in. 10 5 p. in. 1' lion a s iu J. kTm ulv a n"e -S-' opaciat attention irivan to cbronlo d seas as. Oca 00 open an Uuai'i. 600Ka3. Ava. none 81. yDa D OFFICE an i residence or. Gordon straat an I Central ave.. :iut.a lu.rtii. Eijjj Jil. Cses the tir.uiierhoif sysce.o ot Keca. treaJ .neaC, a sur-co-oiui and paui.ei treataiani lor i-Uies. lisLina, iisiiard. Ulceration, etc. ' LEGALS. First published nu the Hih d ty of October, 15S4, in tins olhc.al c.ty pai.er J NOTICE. L1IV OI Oc Torek A, . 1 s, To 7'in it my 1: mi'era: Noi.ce is lier,;-y 1 ve 1 iliftt ed res. deals -cui "ti.-eu iiders vv. 1. Mi.ier. Jo.iu L. in th vnrloMijin-f-i' tiie c.tv of 1 - Evei iy ali i V d- na'ii Finch, u ya; iiu y ai -pouital Liy t:io mu.or . and Having tjrt.t.u ino a.: j ie taken uu- and council oi toe c.tv ol tock uu.y liaai.ilea as appra..,e.rs to us- ti.at v.iiiiimii ilte land i-roposy 1 l-r oriiinai.ee No. 1741. appro oil AiiuUsl 1-3, i iitel, lor uie purpose of Ojwin.ii aud exieuiimir i ( niticid str -e be. 'Af-en .ia t-iii eu s re n aud j i cpe t;i a emit, in -aid city, a id a. so to assess i and ;:Pir:u.o tli uaina r--s and i.eneii arising licreiiotii to tlie 10. -aim pieces 01 propj ty 1 U14; and s tunted 111 l ie beaefi. 1 ; ist r.c; i roa ed and es'.abL-ii.-d by sai l urdiuau -e wa.cn u. de scribed a- iiiiOks, tow.c: Eeiiiu: 11 i a t the 11 ir. ii west corner of S . John -tr ;ei and Jac.ison sa-eet; tueuce "J est a. 011 .lie Dorth l.tiB of St. J..I111 street lo tne ease line oi 1'oik street: tlieuc-J uorttl aio.ns t h.' east Una of I'o.k street to the city iunit- ol liie citv 01 1 . Ie a; tiieiu e eastor.y al jn. the northern limits of the c ry of lope.-i to .oli.er tjreoit: til nee ea-t rl almu the soutii I-iuia of Soiuier crec.c to ti.e we-t line id' J-e-.v-ou s 1 1 -. : t.ieaco so.ii ii atour tne w--t lit.a of Jac-on s.reei to iha p.aee ot teitinum. And also to uia.co a true v.-i.iariun a i l ap praisement oi ad in iots and piee, of ri oUuI situated 111 -aid benefit u.-tr.et wiiliour regard to tii ouldinus or inipr ve iwiti tii ot oa. Ami u. tice is he. eiiv furcuer tivea lhat we wi.l met as such ai praiser-c-n tad a s, ilav of Oct i isi-i. at 111 t- f.oc oi sa il aa t the nortli'-vest corner of St. Ji streets, city of '1 ti-ki, in sa tor the purpo-e of a-cer.aiuiu !in au i Jac.tsoa d l.eiieiit di. re:., f ti e ..it uai va.ue '!-e proper y, aui and niaKm appraisement ot assessing tie dauia res and ben en -as a ton-said. V. 1. M I .l.F.K. J L. B t- Vitti.v, V t. r 1 -Nc u. fl'O WHOM IT MAY CON; ! P.N -He it I03 tiiat my !Ht:tioi is on 3ie i i the 1 ro He it kj:io n ija'a I'Oliri aiiills' I-ir a veriiin. to se 1 1 nrox eating lull -r s a t .t No. 34 Kansas avenue, lu I; 1; se .s' a 1 ;ai; , ot' ti.e ei , v or erta. lic.ti in I r thi is Sel t-t for November 2J. a. ;u. F. i. WAEi-ACE. i ! ToetKA. Kan., Oct. Is, 1-tH SCHOOL T-V A T.T.r. CT.A-S fir ladles i.n-i lieir.leuiea JiUVJAi ev-n:n-.:s, 8 p. r. foci d par ties I RIbAl eveu ii.j;s. t IliViUltlOI.3 rec uired. 1 Mr. & Mrs. J. H.Wetherell, Masonic EuiiU.ii- JaeKou t-treet. The f-tar.iir.ent thai 'Ti-s Thilippa Fawcett, tt a "lady senior v. r.iind-. r, " is aboat to begin 1 busings career as a civil cEfiiueer is said to be nnfortridtd. She has 110 present int-cEii j 1 cf Ic-aving Kewnharn collcg-v ; An entire blcck cf hcrsps in JSew York was paper td by a yoac wt-man, : who takes the contract Icr such work j from our largest builders. New York rzz sahta-fs iout: TO HIDI OX. la Effect on and after Sept. 1, 133. WESTBOUND. 2 1 Leave ? Kansas : City. Arrive 1 Leava Lopeka. Tupeaa. Trains. -r Tnchlta loer.1...! 11s 8:15 am i0:33 am !0:40 am O k 1 a fa o m a &; i i i lexas local ... H3 8 11 am if:3 m 10:4 J am T'en. 6i Tex. Eim I aiiiorma Lira .. Kansas Cay &. Xopeka p-u-r.. Co i rado i:gLit Express Han. &. b. acc. Ex. bunday. .. 6 9:3 ) am 11: :.iJ am 11: am 8, 1:J3 pin, li:a3 pin S:43 piu I 109' 4:30 pm' 6:40 pm: I T 8:05 pmdl:20 pnril:30 pel 1 I 153 7:30 am leieeu Kansas City aud 'ioptka ou.y. EASTBOVSD. . 1 Arrive 1 laft) Ame ? Topeka.' Topeka. Kansas : ! ! i C.ty. Trains. K. C. Local Chicago Vesti bule Lira Columbian Eim ilis-ouri lEver 114; l:So pm; 2:00 pm 4:) pin j i ; 6 8:3.3 pm- 2:M pm 6:00 pm 4' 7:10 pin: 7:30 (in :30 pin N.;. h. Ex ! Topeka antii 5:40 ami 5:45 am' 8:00 am I Kansas City . Plug. ilan. & E. Ace. Ex. Sunday. .. 110 . 1 7:80 am' 9:40 am izil 9.00 pm .. I Between Kansas Ciey and T..peka omy. ATClil-iO-S" ANT) Ssf. JOSEPH. Trains. No. Leavo j Lease ; Arrive St. Joe. Atetns n Topeka. i 1 i 'h 8:40 am ;. 17 am 11:30 am 107' 8:15 pm i: 1 j piu 11 : 10 pin Facilic. Mexico & Texas Ex press '5,ht Exp J Leave Arrive ! Arrive -Topeka. -Atchis n ci... Joe. St. Joe Express, tt. Joe Evening Express 103! 5:4j am. 8:30 am 10: 4:30 pm1 6:33 pm 7:35 pni i i I Buy rai.road. Fullman or "teanisliin t ckels of KOWLt.Y HiiiiS.. Asjents Santa Fe route, southeast corner Sixth and Kansas avenue. Topeka. Or W. C. Gakvky. Atrt-nt at Depot, Or At.V1M.l1 &. B.'X. Atteuts. North Topeka. H0C2 ECUTI xn effect on and after Oct 7, 134. WESTBOUND. : i Leave Trains. ''So.l Kansas Arrivn Leave City. jTopeka. Topeka. Throw: n Fast, 1 1 Express V-1 3 0:00prn 11:10 rm 11:20pm Chicago. Texas : - ' Evpiess A' 1 1050am 1:55 pm- 1:03 pm Southwestern' I.vS.J.l i Express A, 13 I y-.3o a:n 12:30 pm' Southwest Night I.vS.J.l 1 Express A' L'aJ 7 :4 1 p:n'll :03 pm 1 1 : pn fTa'ste JLMi ). 1 1 ; Arr.v-j Trains. No ! Arrive Leavo IZaosai Tojieka .;Toieiia. ! C ity. Solid liiiiitedi Yeslibuia Ex press a' a St. Joseph and Eastern Ex- press A 14 Express and. Mail via St.j Joseph C: 4 Express ami! Mail via Kan-i sas City A 26 8:55 pm 5.3i am 6 : 33 am 4:00 pm! 6:13 pin Iat S. J. 8:55 pm J 7:20 pm lAr 3. .T. ' 5:40 am j a;i3am 1 5:40 am! 7 :45am A Daily. B Daily, except Saturday. C Daily, except Monday. For tickets, s leep.n -f:ar berth and general information, call at City Ticket oftice. 601 Kan sas avenue, corner S.xui street, telephone 4.-IJ)-at I'assenger Station, corner EMrsl street and Kansas avenue, (.telephone 3s4); or at Fostoflico. Nona Toue.a, tttiepuone 3ol. H. O. OARYET. City Fassouaer Aent. P3IDN pitins. Change of Time. In EiSei t October 7, 1834. UNION PACIFIC EAS I BOUND. j Arrives Trams. No. Leaves Leaves Kansas Denver. I'Tipeka. Cay, Eastern Vesti- j bu ed Express, i Limited 8 8-20 pm; 2:50pm 5:00 pm 2 12.50 kin; 7:00 am 9:20 &in UNION FACTE C WESTBOUND. LeaveJj j Trains. No. ivansas I Leaves Arrives City. iTopeka. Denver. Denver Si Pacific Vestibuied ! Expi'eS 7 6:43 p;o' 6:33 pm 1:40 piu 1 9:COam!ll:00 am' 3:45 am D:Hy.exceptSinpay. A'tothers dadv. Train" N o. 8. solid vjsti'ouio to Ch er.go. Jinlnn; cir. iree chair cars, cts.. rutin. Bit over the Chicago & Adon ir..ra Kansas City, lias through sleeper for 1st. Louis via Missouri Pac lie. i.au. No. 7. solid ves'.ina.a for Dujver. mak ing direct cotinect.on fur Pacific coat. tiiroiih I'Uihnan car for Satt Lake; tnrouirh coionuit Car to Foiiiaiid. fit-?., etc. City ticttei offica. 325 Kansas avenue. MISSOURI PACIFIC. Irain. No L'v'sjopeka Topeka and Fort Scott ac- 1 commo'l-ition 283) lOrOn a m. j A'?'s Topeka Tojieka and Fort tacott ac-j 1 commodation I 26 5:30 p. m. I. T. i S. W. ICAjsT. j via Merlden and Leave Tcpeka. j- 7:30 a m ...11:00 a.m Arriva Leavenworth WEsr. Tave Ieavenworth. via Oskaloosa.. 4:01 p.m Arrive Topeka 8 :2tl p.ui Accommodation, daily ex. Sunday. Vl.tVOIIll J- HlliUkANO 1-AUK ti. it. TraiDs w 11 ieare ijuiney Street station we1?' lavs for ulewood as fo.iosvs: 0:43, 11:01, S:OTr 5:1!. Irains wm leave Yinewood for Quincy streel at 7:a7. 1:02, 4:19. 6:50. M'NU.tr TRAINS. Ieav Quincy street 9:13, 10:33.11:31, 1:30. 3:07.4:24.5:41. 7:3 1. t:40, 9:.. l eave V mewouJ S):3u, 11:10, 12:3J, 2:33, 3.47. 5:t4. :24. Extra simJay trains will be run aocordin to company orders. Treclie. "1 never heard such a girl for preach ing punctuality, " eaid Maud. "It's a positive mania with her," re plied Mamie. "Yesterday she had the clocks taken out of Ler stockings because some one told her they were fast." Lnfo. An Unpardonable 0:T,-n.--. The Circus Manager You're fired, do you her.r? The Clown Kh? What for? The Circus .Manager During this after noon's performance ycu made a new joke! isvw yet out.. Chiciio Record, In Doubt. Sympathizer My dear, I heartha; yot-.r bus band is dead. Sympathizes (weeping) Yes, he bus lfft for part3 unknown. New York World. lie C-oe Alone. "Have you seen any change in Waters since he signed the pledge?" "Oh, ys. He has quit inviting mo to go fialiijifi -with biia." Ufa. si HAD lust eracla- ate J as a student, from the Lon Is- lani me-Jifsal col laire, in IJrooklyu, and as I needed 6.omo recreation af ter my long-course of study in that institution, I deter mined to take a trip across the Western plains, my ul timate destination being1 San Fraa jisco. To a bosom friend, GeorTrey Dennin, young- lav'er I des-ribid th Dfo--pective pleasure of such a. trip, and he 4t leng-th consented to beeurna toy traveling comptnion. About three weeks later, after var ious unimportant experiences, Ibnoin nd I found ourselves in a small niin ingf town which I shall call lVathrop, about 130 miles west of Denver. We had just rog-Utered at t',e chief 'hotel'' of which the placj Isotisted a rude two-story frame structure, an I were at once keenly eyed by the loungers and juests, w'iu evi lenily considerecl us very stupid fapecimens of the "tenderfoot" variety. The most important servant of the ho'.ise was a stalwart, f ull-beartlcd man of thirty-five, who.se frarb de noted him to be a miner, und wli.nu everybody addressed as "Ike."' It was just dark '.vh-;a we Siisrniu.l our iuLeution to visit the apartment assigned to u-, and Ike w deputed, to escort us thitl. -. 1 . Aseeudintr a dark lii rht of stairs, he led us into a passa:ji, at the end of which was our room, a meuiinri sized, carpetiess apartment, contain ing two small cots, a cotipie of dilapidated chairs, a wash-stand and a little round table, upon whic'n ha placed the candle, iayiujr to me. in a low, mysterious tone, his impudent manner changed suddenly ui one of a certain respjet: "We looked for you two days affo, doctor you and your friend hero and had beun to g-et pretty skeery when we found you uidn"t show up. Everything's all riht, so far; there's no suspicion. "You ve yot what you need in them things there" pointing to our valises and you'll not set to work till ths house's all quiet, for walls have ears. lVte'H close up to uiH'ht extra early in order to gdve you more time to do the job. You'll liad IT there," ha concluded, indicating with a jerk of his thumb a side door in the room, and at the same time backing suddenly to the entrance with an expression of fear in his ujdy face, while his owlish eyes kept con stantly winking. Utterly amazed, I tried to spak, tried to lind vo.ee to ask him what he was driving- at. Indeed, Dennin '3 long-ue seemed tied too. and the fel low had already backed out of the room, and shut the door quick .y, aui we heard him go bounding down the uark stairs as if a tThost was after him, before either of us couid open our mouths toarticulate a so und. "Well," said I, finally, turning- to Dennin, who appeared to be coming' out of a stupor, "What do you make out of this experience?" "I make out of it," he replied, with. 4Q effort, "that we are ia for some strange adventure. What did he mean by it? 'Setting' to work' 'do ing the job' to say nothing of what el-e he said. " Evidently we shall find that out by 1 A MURDERED WOM AN. Dpening- that side door which he in dicated. And he called me doctor. All this looks like a real mystery, Dennin. Shall we follow it up?" "Tin with you,'; sai l Darmin, start ing toward the side door. I caught him by the arm. "Go slow, my boy. Reine ruber his warning about watis having ears and cot goin? to work till the house was uiet. Let's wait and ask no ques tions, lest we betray ourselves Tha more I think of it th more I am con vinced that he has in soma unaccount able way mistaken us for other peo ple. Who? What sort? Of course I cannot conjecture. Hut certain it is, we are not supposed to be hare for ny g-ood purp ise. Lidn't you notice how f lightened he looked vvaen he spoke of it?" "Yes," said Dennin, "and that leads me to believe we are on the point of making some iinpartant discovery I cannot inaasrine what but which will bring tiiat wliain, and pernapi ths landlord himself, into trouble." Having delivered himself of this sage conclusion, Dennin washed him felf, and after I had done likewise we went below to see about supper. Ike was not visible, and th"i land lord, who was waiting on some new ;nstorners, directed us to the dining room, slyly handing iue, as he did so, something wrapped ia paper, which elt like a key. Oja sitticrj down to supper i opened IS?-? ir i n 1 1 the paper, and. sure enough, I found t contained a door key, while on the paper were scrawled several lines, tvhich I made out to read as follows; "This Key fits the Dore between the rooms don't k u m to the Bar ag-in to-n te. and luk out for people in Room on t'other side of Partition -fou will nnd liag-s in Closet in Eoom." After supper wo went directly to sur room, taking with us a large lamp r-hich had been lighted for our use. It was then eleven o'clock. Through the partition on the right, apposite the door opening into the rither room, we heard voices, and listened. It was some miners, judg ing by their talk, discussing business matters. ; Soon after we heard them go out; 1 the housj became as still as death, j Then, with strange feeling creep- i iug over me, I bade TJennin take up j the lamp, and, g-oing on tiptoe to tho : side door, 1 unlocked it very care- ' fully, so as not to m ako the slightest ; uoise, and slowly opened it. We entered. There was no carpet on the lloor, and no furniture save a long j deal table in the middle of the room, i To the right, in the farther corner ! was a cot, with a blanket thrown over i it; to the left a closet. . i "Well," I was on the point of say- J ing, "I see 110 mystery in this," when i Dennin. who was between me aud the farther corner, holding the lamp suddenly started back and clutched ray arm. "Heavens, Joe!" he said in a hoarse whisper, "there's sometbiug covered up on the cot'." The hand with which he he Id the lamp shooit so that, fe aring he would drop it, 1 took it from him, and. in breathless suspense, we went 011 tip toe to the cot. Yes:; there was certainly something under the 'blanket- Something that looked li l-:e the top of a human head peeped out. 1 pulled down the blanket a little, and a g-hastly face, framed by Ion:?, brown hair, stared up at us with glassy eyes. Horrified, I recoiled and set the lamp upon the table, while Denn:n staggered back against the wall, inur uauring: "For God's sake, Joe, what does this mean?" "It meaus," I replied, mastering my emotion, "it means that we stand face to face with the victim of a crime a nauideitd woman! Choked to death!" "Choked!" g-asped Dennin. "How do tou know that?" Tt is very evident," I made an swer, approaching the cot again. "See for yourself, " and I showed Dennin, at the throat, several dark marks, like the imprints of fingers- "Cover it up again, J oe. The sight Is too horrible! ' moaned Dennin. "We must r.ot disturb it it must be left just as we found it," and seizing the blanket with a shudder Le pulled it over the staring face. "And now what's to be done?" he continued. "Our first step is undoubt edly to go and lodge a complaint against this Ike and Pete Burroughs, the landlord. We in ust do so at once." "iXot so fast, my boy. Do you im agine we would be allowed to leave this house by stealth at this hour? No, indeed, we are supposed to be " "V hat?" a tked Dennin, impatiently, as I paused. "Cutting th e body up, of course, so that they can conveniently dispose of it bur the pieces separately, no doubt? Jsn't the matter clear to you now? Some one, for a round sum of money, has agreed to furnish them a villainous doctor and an assistant who w ould do the job for them. Don't y ou remember that Ike -.aid to me, when be cautioned me in the other rocm, 'We koked for you two d ays ago, doctor?' And what lu met nt by 'You've g-ct what you ueed in thern thi ngs, pointing to our valises, where were the surg-ieal instru ments neces sary for the operation." I, 'opening ths valise, took out two loaded revolveis. and troing up to Dennin, said, id a whisper: "Take this re v : 1 ver and keep your wits about you. Certain it is that either Ike or the landlord will be here before daylight to see vshether we have dona the job. Whoever comes, we must be prepared for hi he It's a matter of life or death with us." It was draw ing near to 3 in the morning when I heard oft footsteps in the pass 8ge, approaching the door, and presently there came a light knock. I motioned to Dennin, and when I ope ned the door, in walked Ike and Pete, the landlord, but 'o find themselves confronted suddenly w ith two revolvers aimed straight at their breasts. At the same time I cried out: "Hands up!" "Don't shoot!" the two worthies; stammered, simultaneously throwing up the ir hands. "No barm was- meant!"' "What! Is'o harm, you villains! It was a cold blooded murder!" I said, vehemently. Ike burst out laughing, . winking in? furiously, while from every part of the house seemed to come an ex plosion of shouts, and into the room rushed a score of miners. 'The fact is, pard," said Ike, fut pressing his mirth, "we' ve been pretty hard on you and your friend. Hut that's the initiation we generally give to ail new tenderfeet a pretty good skeer. that's alb And reaily, in the fust place, it was intended for twi tenderfoot frieDds of our'n we ex pected two days ago. Hut when they didn't come, and we seen youse corn in tip the street, so innocent-like, vt couldn't resist the temptation to play the joke off on you," and with several rapid winks. Ike walked to the door of the adjoining room , one of the miners following him with the lamp, ! and unlocking it with another key, j threw it open, walked to the cot, and, ; amid a roar of laughter, jer te d out i f 'orn under the blanket, by thi loar, tltf VYMx bead oi a vtooinu. Tlit little- fi.:it?r I.tn' A Pennsy vanta e-t t 1 tiorth the other night, til ' vhen, during lull In :'.. t fat ion, a little private taia (''. Wee !- of H y-or !,'' Said one. " Your iiwr .tin's L. awfully, don't she:"' "No, she don't," replied the otu.-r. Jnst powders her face" "Why, it's jbt tho hiim.i." "No, it aic't. for I L. ai l si 'i r' tell Lor the ot her ni;!. Lo vs : ' would paint nnd not powd--r h.-r.-the powder rubs nil' on his clot lies u ". and paint won't." Iruilaiiapoli-. Jo Vh.j Wouldn't - Thr. r.;..-' w - - - ji a -,1 v ... t 'V!ui' fo' yo' drlvf yo' rndun ! dis en' of do town lo", bT""'' Wei I, jiahsiui, see .jill ,U-!!-:..-goin to K'ba p.-ttty t nVh. but luy t.. ens not ijuia to t:n.J." Truth. l'lm Statu of Iter Miail. hi ceuU 1 :n There worn little i L. and a LiaiO in her eye : country telegraph olln Hot a t! miles frosti Detroit. '"I wi.nt to teli'jji apii tu fche said, vs it it a ei.up ot IllV liti 1.. r i:.l' shapely jaw. "Yes, I'l.l-'fUll, " respond! d the it liaiidiiig her some Llanh-. "How much will it be'" til "I don't know, madam," epe-rater, with keen ptilitcucs einile. lie r ; tt.. "Don t know.' no eii-iaun-ji d. are jxu hero lor!'" "To tell people what I know, m-ic.i and to send ami receive iii'ssa," ' 'Well, why don't you know itw 101 a telegram will cost?" "Because, rnauuui, I don't know ! It la to be sent. ' ' "Well, you needn't bu co etnart." t ennpiicd. "It id to .'o to Di t iwi. ' ''Thank you, muJam. It will he cents. " Sl.o maCf ffo further remark-, hi;T ' tho blanks, and Jn the touiseof too . turned with hout ten paes of t, -written matter. "There!" she said, lay iris? a .jin.' down with the mesmge. "re!;d t.:t." "Hut, madnm,'' explained thoopeia-' 'it is !tf5 cents for ten words." "Whatf" fchu ejaculuiod. "You can only scud ten wordj Ir oentsV" She looked him S ii;ire In the f.tei- a -tried to suppress lu r feeling. "Are you a mtu ricd muni" she ti-.U.-Yes, muiUtin." "VYeii, juuiuir bean iiiot ii you J know that a woman can't .-ivu le r i. band ft piece cf her mind in tell viur.i and without waiting toliearunytblii 4 1-1 from him feho liouted herself out cf t ii ; lice, taking her lucssugu with her. 1 troit Free Press. Ir. Clioate" On i. tl. r. Joseph H. Cbutttu is a man of Itiip mi en and authoritative dl - 0'. 1 Sonie years ago a J "oung k 1 'is in an ! Cboato arrived in eiw Vat armed a letter of introduction to il.u t-n.i lawyer. After reading the letter Mr. C) turned to the young man and bin!: "Well, sir, what other lettei s Imvo The young man immed u L-iif men of more or less Ktuuding to who brought introductions. "Ah, youny; man," said the ltv villi a .cjiiliiisii'iit look in Lis yes, are far better provided vsiib r -viouii.e tieris than I was v. hen I came f ; York nt your uo tu mi k n.y f .rtoio-' " Yes?" said t.he young m.n 1ei 1 i i 1 "Yes. 1 hi.ti only one letter to it-tr-i tne Into the great met ropol i . " "May I n-k from vsIhou H queri. (t the young rt-lativo dii!:ib m ly 'From Hufus Choate to Wiib-io Kvarts, " ntisnered .Mr. Cl.oute, York Herald. Declined With Tlmok. A dog on ft warm summer day btv In the fehutle and soon fell asleep, ii awakened by the noise of a l.u-to L prouchlng his shudy re-tlng ia n. up," said the buli, "ind I t n.e lie t there!" ' Xo, " rtplii-d the doy. "You Lai right lo the. place. I was here l.r- r , " Well," snid the bull, looliii.tt Dm. ly at the dog, but with n ltiw:i'jn t w in his left eye. who h made t );, d ir s -column run cold I'.tiJ bin iuwi r way, "let Ut tors up for it." "Thank you," t-nid tho dog po;;t i, never atnble." And ho waiia-d av. 1 K-xciiuoye. N o I prrlinrnl . A Freneh lady, sutying in Ameiit mme time, wa wrestling wit h tin- Fi language. She had made very p-xnt ; ress, she thoui.'ht, and one day ncco; -' invitation to dine. As the dinner went on f he was ,:. di.-h that w:- new m lu r. Net f.i I H, -;.yi; Its appearance, she. iloll "Ah! Th.-iiiLs! No. n or:-: -only ct)uaiLitatices!'' Youth's ion. r 1 Oailant t Any 1 vice tiier;T--.M-iiemoi.seiie. may I my miii? Young Jaiijy Much ei.!i-"-i loo cold, und i lUC-iYr i-e.-ion. ij. v in n;y muff. Gent ( prompt ly) M ,y f, th your tnuvl' Le Petit Canioi, -.e K jKrecUle tar lir. .ludsie HacrKrlaie te!!, of .1 ("Jar-:, -youth who wanted tu m.trry. '. vi -1 -lully freckled and noro.-iy, n ir he ax - d ;!, oil she fc.iid: Well, John, I vvrtuts to niurry. I I , : but t wants a limn all "ii ot.lor. " lanfa Constitution. iutuioil ing. Friend Your sen has l-ecoi.., , dialect poet. Parent V11, he win't entirely f I never couid 4ieil my.-eif. 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