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STATE JOURNAL, TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 139 1.
p "i ST 1 1 : r i I' and all mothers who are nursing babies derive jjreat benefit from Scott's E nulsion. This prepara tion serves two purposes. It jrives vital strength to mothers at d also enriches their milk and thus makes their babies thrive. is a constructive food that pro motes th; making of healthy tissue and bone. It is a wonder ful remcd for Emaciation, Ceneral Debibty, Th-oat and Lung Corrtolaims, Coubs, Colds, Anaemia, Scrofula aid Waning Diseases cf Children. ' " .; n, Mi.' an .S.rre' s j. nul : -n. I V re-Sco-t bonne, .Y. Ail Diugrfsts. BGc. and Ci. Tl'IU1 TOPICS. The starter who Lisitates is lost. Nancy, 2:4, is gtrto, tut not forgot ten. At Ili lle Meade Mariposa, 25 years old, is in f jai. Frank Van Ness is reported a3 Farina that Mtrello will never race again. In Monroe Salisbury's outfit is a har Dt ;s maker. JL- is quite a bu.-y man. Lookout, tlio sulky Kentucky Derby winner, will b-J seen as a jumper next EOaSOLl. iTirn-ovemeuts- at Latonia are to be carri' il nut . which, it is hoped, will tb.oroaf.-hly modernize the course. Tli'- highes- price ever paid at public aueti in in Kngland fur a hackney horse was S?20.OO-.), given ft r the stallion Gtn 1 1, i:.; n John. C. J. Hamlin has bought from J. S. Lacier, Cambridge City, Inu., t!:o 3 year-old pacer R"d Leaf, by Redueld, who .has g ia a mile in 2:12. In this year's CV.arowitz the 23 run ners reached the starting post at 2:511 p. in., and Art n,r Coventry sent theia away without; a false break at 3:01. Light is absolutely essential to the pre s-: va; ion ol sight iu horses as it is in men. Dirk stalls and stables are fre quent caa"s ct trouble in this respect. 5 it icon or Ealv's check for the Futu rity w as only 2b. 000, the rent being for feits. Tht rc are many thousands of dol lars still due on Ilis Highness' victory. IV, hall Kef ii e't yearlings which wero left in Kn.-land will be trained by tie rg,i Porter, i-oti of John Porter, who trained Match jox and Thistle this year. Thre is no tcon'iiiy in buying the cheaper bakins- powders. Dr. Fr.ce'o, a pure ' ream of Tarter ponder, has .-ev-eral times the strength of the inferior powders, and never fa. Is to give whole some food. At. ileal leavening agent. XetroYiug ljplitlieria Germs, A writ'-r in The Medical Magazine who has vitne.-std the Berlin method of disini't eiiny room describes the t lettti.-itig of : n apavtineut in which a child had died cf diphtheria: "Four men were mj.uf.vd. Alter everything tiiat ct ukl be subjected to sfoam with out detriment had been removed to the disinfecting station all the things wero reiaovtd iro n the wails, and the men began rubbing thtse with bread. Ordi nary tieriaan loaves ar j used, -IS honrsl old. The loavt. s are cut into substantia chimhs about six inches sipaare, the back cf eaea p:eee consisting of the crust, thus allowing f a good purchase. The I walls are sysrt-ruatically attacked with j strokes from above downward, and there can be no pa stic,n as its eflicacy in clcanii;g thcin, nor dot s the operation take as long as ir;o would imagine. The ; rruriil.s are swent up and burned. After this t li W!i are therocirhlv sprinkled tvith a j j The i'n or carb'die a r cent carbolic acid solution, is w is-bed with a 2 per cent ill solution, and all tiie pol- 1 woodwork and ornaments as well. Living: In China. Y'on can get, your wa.-hiug and iron lug done at Ch iu, China, for 1 per 100 pieces in winter and b0 cents a 100 hi summer. The best hotels charge lo a month and upward) for board and at tendance and give a discount on these figurts to fumdies ami missionaries. Your carriage hire (sedan chair) costs 2 a mcnth api.'ce for each of the two ortr-rs, and tin- wnps of good house servants are $ i a month. PJiiladelphia Leu r. r. The- Orowiiiiisr Ili-atit.v f Woman Is a ItiMiriant growth cf Hair. Beggs' Hair Renewer is guaranteed to give satisfac'ion, as it is purely a vegetable preparation, ami acts directly on the roots of the hair. Sold and warranted by W. R. Keuaady. In Vnr Hair lrv ant ftritt!e. Fall- in-- Out or Turning -ray These are onlv indications that the fol licles cr roots of the hair aregatting weaken -d or diseaseL Beggs' Hair Renewer will strengthen and invigorate the follicies and fie hair will regain its natural color and become soft, glossy aad healthy. Sold by V. R. Kenua.ly. Whro the Vote nre? Counted A major-ty wil be found in favor of "Snow's Pine E ir ectorant" for Coughs and Colds. For tale bv all druggists. I'riee 25 and 50c bottle. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. Ua .- i D At ni.-e, lis West l "la sj. two sew. ns gtrls. CANDIDATES for positions in connection with the com 1i;lc - ssi.m ef H e beirisliuure will do well to c t. i ioitl iouk at tiie neat That cm tie had in lot's of rwo for $1.25, from Clotrle i07 Kansas Avenue. 8 OF KANSAS. PoStollice at Hartfcrtl I'oLLed Of One Hundred Dollars. General Forsyth Leaves Ft.Fuley ior His New l'ost. OTIIEIl STATU NEWS. Xeur.iska Footbi D.'fVat d Ottawa ill Six to Nothing. at Emi'o:.ia, Nov. 20. Sheriff Evans was notified yester hy moruii,g that the post olliee had bean ealtrcd band ay night at Hartford by burlarj an! the safe opeued and money, stamps, etc., taken to the arn'-uut of $l!lo. Follow ing the above notice h rec-oived the foilcwmg tele gram dated at Hartford, Xausa-t: "Louk out for an iron ijray mi-.re, three years old. with iiaz; f.tco aul cart, lelt shaft Lroitea near the emi. A. t'UATTB RTON." Later The horse aai cirt were found near t he oid race track, south of ths City alid it it now suppost-J that ihw rcbt.ers drove up hero ami took the 7 o'clock train over the cut oil for Kansas C.tv. i oi:x. roiwvm IT. K1LKV. Train urt lie Troops Attend Mini to i Leaves for J lis N t w I'o JuxcrroN Crxv, Nov. 20. The depar ture of Gen. J. W. Forsyth for Sau Fran cisco, w here he aj-au nies c-jiumand of tue department of the l'a i:ic, was tlie occa sion of a splendid m.iitiry display at Ft. liiiey yesterday. The general was easconed from his quarters to the depot by four troops of his famous Seventh cavalry. i lieru he was mut by four troops of the Second, three light batter ies of artillery, under command ol Major Randolph, the hospital train ing school and the Sevens. h cavalry Land. Oeneral Forsyth was unattended. Ad jutant lic-ii, who is to be his aide, follows a mouth later. Colonel Carpenter, in charge of the training school at Ft. Kiley wiil be in command until the air.vai of C'ilioriel Sumner, who comes from Mead. Ft. lillCEPTION TO Gt.V. M'COOX. In Iluturtainefi lie is txt iciivi wt.riU at t. tie irt. Lkavkn wom h, -Nov. 2 . The newly af pom'.e.i uiiiitary j risoii commission, coiisitcg of Mb r deneral McCook, Colonel Cowen :iriu M aj . r Davis of Wa-di-inirton, ia at Ft. ben vea o: t h and re viewed some ol the trooj s at tiie garri son. Yea.erJay afierno n they iusp-ected the ceil houses and the tannery condi tion of the prison. Today they exam lneJ into the workings of the institution and will probf.blv rcinaia here during the week to help nake new rules for the m iDageuieni of the prisaii hou. e. Lat night General Mi-Cook and the 1 oard were given a reception at the home til Captain Pope", pr.son commariilaut, which was attend d by all the otlieers at the post and Soldier's home and nearly all the lcad.ii Citizens of Leavenworth. General McCook was f jrineny siatioueU here and he w,is heartoy cougrntulate 1 by many old frieaus on Lis recent pro motion. Ncbrask i Ofl-.il-. Ottawa. Ottawa, Nov. "0. The Nebraska university fo..tl,aII team defeated Ot tawa university here yesterday iu a close and well clayed game by a score of 0 to 0. During the iirst half Nebraska had the bail the greater part of the time. At one time iu the game Toomey, of 0:ta,va, took tlie ball from Taylor and ui ide a rua of bo yards for a toueh-djwn, bu. the referee would m..t ailuw it as he said down had been called before he 1 lav was made. Took Too Much I.-iU'liinuni. Emporia. Kan., NoVi 20. While suf fering from rheumatic pains last night at his ho ne Henry King, one of the oldest anil best respected resi dents of the city, and m--ruber of t ie firm of Armour i'c King, acci lentally took an over-dose of lauuanum and died from the effects. Fro'vlte ) ii'l c Stockton, Ivan. iiiert Guel Insane. Nov. 2c. Rev. D. Moore of Plainville, thi-- viimv, was adjudged insane vt-ster av. Rev. Moore was elected probate judge this fall on the Populist ticket, receiving more votes than any man it; the coun ty. No reasons are given for his sad Condition, Miss ihnilie Kuhlm inn lJead. Emi'okia, Nov. 20 Miss Emilia Kulil matin, one of the oldest members of the State Normal faculty, died at her home of fatty degeneration of the heart. Miss Kuhlmarm is one of the ber-1 known and most enicient kindergarten teachers in the state. Dr. Price's B tk in every requisit friend. ng Powder is perfect 3 as a housekeeper's NO TEARS IN THIS. Irs. V$;ir- Johiittiii Turns Hi-r Tliree I5alies Over to tlie Orphans" Home. Poor Commissioner Dale took three little unfortunate children to the Or phans' homj yesterday. They were the children of Mr. and Mrs. Preston John son, who wero divorced last week by Judge Hazcn. Mrs. Johnson was given the custody of the children, a id as she is too poor to jruvide fr tl em, she turned them over to the county. She lives on Lawrence street. Park-dale. Yes terday, according to previous arrange ment, Mrs. Johnson called at the poor commissioner's ofiiee with the three chddren. Pretty children they were, as anybody could waut. They arc two, four and six years old, respectively. The youngest ia a bright little youngster two years old, just old enough to toddle about and crow. The otner two children are lively and curly haired Although contrary to all canons of taste and propriety suitable to the occa sion. Mrs. Johnson turned the children over to the officer without a tear or a tremor. Mr. Hale took them to the Or phans' home in his buggy. Mr Hide fays that about live years ago Mrs. John sun gave her oldest child to a highly re spected family in Topeka. " She is now a beautiful girl in school, and greatly loved by her adopted pareats. TO TAKE THE Three Trust Companies Will Bid Them la aad Have tii GoiJ. f New York, Nov. 2o. The Evening ! Post says it is informed that three trusf. companies, namely the Uuited States, the Union and the Farmers' Loan it Banking houses of Dreiel, Morgan & Co., Spyer & Co., Kuhnlieb & Co., and Brown 6z Co., would practically subscribe for the whole issue of bonds at abnit 3 per cent, that i-i at. lld.luj from November 1, with accrued iu:erelt. They will be bid in individually and they have already secured the gold to make the payment of 20 per tent, on the acceptance of bido. '1 ho banks it was sail, would liud it to their advantage to provide the gold for the remaiaiag in stallments. k. s. r FEES. The S-tutlenI File Their Case ia the Supreme Court. A suit has beeu hied in the supreme court on relation of the attorney geueral to test the authority of the regents of the State University to charge tees for the use of the law library and laboratory at i he university. A saori time ago Chancellor Snow pos;ed on the university bulletin board a notice to the effect that Attorney Gen eral Kellogg in 1330 having given it as nis opinion that these fees could te coliec.ed, and the attorney general having recently said they c .mid not be coiirc.el and Judge S O. Thacher, Samuel liiggs and Dean Green of the law school giving it as their opinion that the fees could be c llecied, ail patrous of the library would be expected to pay the lixed fees. Some of the law students are back of the case tiled and it is proposed to place an agreed statement of facts before the supreme court and have the matter de cided without making any costs. Ten cen's a pound will buy cheap and poisonous baking powder. They work direct injury to uursmsr motaers, dys peptics ami others iu delicate health. Dr. Price's a pure Cream of Tartar pow der not only saves doctor bills, but is more economical than others. INQUIRY INTO C0ITM CASE. The Ohio Xatiomit (jttianl Court Assemble it t Coiuuiuu. ConuMiiL'S, O., Nov. 20. The Ohio Na tional t'Uard court of inquiry 'n the Colt case assemble. 1 here tod iy. The Wash iiigejn Court House board of trade sent three attorneys to protect the interests o. Lafayette county. Sherilf Cook is also here. The testi mony will open tomorrow. Irr XI f'itti L.i 1 to flt. Priscktos, N. J., Nov. 20. The re mains of Dr. McC0-.l1 were laid to rest in the Princeton ceme cry this afternoon v. ith impressive ceremonies. Ihe under LTadua'.e body numbering over a thous and marched to ihe late residence of Dr. -McCosli and thence escorted the hearse to the Marqu-tnd chape!. President Pat -ton opene t the serv.ee with a short pray er; Lev. Dr. John Hail also offered pray er and afier music, Kev. Prof. ButrielJ, pronounced the benediction. El - i C r ,1 f r Washington, tlie jcj u.1 Time. Nov. 20. The presl- dent has further respited until De cember 21 next Thomas F. Claire of California, who was to be hauged nex Friday for murder. This is the second Lime that the man has been respited in order to allow the United Stales supreme court to pass upon the appealing of hia case. For Work on Court lliac. The board of county commissioners are in session tod iy. Tlie board allowed a claim of ihe court house contractor for work done on the new court house for $4, ay 0.00. LOCAL MENTION. Mr. W. P. Perrine, of Galesburg, Ills., is visiting Rev. J. M Harrington. The infant son of Fred Rogers, who lives at 004 Monroe street, was burieu fc undav. II. C. 3own;an today sold to W. S. Fur rnau lots 20. 2151 and 21io on Western avenue for $3,300. The lots are between Ninth and Tenth streets, on the west s.de. Jamea E. Colby, Chicago, manager for the ad . ertising agency of A. Frank Rich artlsou, was in TopeKa contracting for Mine. Yale's lecture at the Grand De cember Srd. Miss Em ly Hart, sister of Mrs. C. F. B i ic:e, will leave Thursday for Meeker, C 1 ., where she expects to remain a year with a sister who re !es th-re. The mee'i-igs u- er the direction o Paster . 1 iry and Eva geii si Luuk at the East bide Christian caurcu continue t- is week. Tiie singing is by Evangelist Perry McPherson. Rev. J. B. Thomas, pastor of the First Biptist church, delivered an address be fore tbo annual meeting of the Leaven worth Y. M. C. A. last night. 'ihe funeral of Frederick Dauber will be held at 10 a rn. tomorrow from ti.e residence at 0 4 West Sixth street. Councilman Grigs-s has recovered his horse that was stolen on the night of the ratil'cat on, but no trace has been found of buggy and harness. The case against ll-irry Croft, th" carabler, charging him w.th serioi a ii ti itiacy with Minnie McCall, has been dis missed by Judge Chesney at the instance of County Attorney SaiTord, who declares that tho evidence is insufficient. General Superintendent A. J. Ilitt and Division Superintendents W. J. Law rence. William Hobbs and I?. B. Agnew, all of the Rock Island, are in Chicago, where they have been summoned to help get. ready a new- time card that will af fect the entire system and will go into effect in two or three weeks. It is not known here yet what changes will be made. 'Harry" Eusch, a German, was ar rested today by the poiice for carrying an advertising banner ou the street. It is in "iolation of a new ordinance. T he tirm refused to help him out of his dif ficulty, and a warrant will ais j be sworn out for it. The firm is the Boston Shoe store. Rock Island Playing Cards. No. 6ol Kans. Ave. Topelia tteara Laundry, 623 Jackson 6treet New neck bands put oa your shirts at Topeka Steam Lacxdsv. XOIiTJI T0PEKA. Items of Interest from t ha North Sid of the Itirer. G W. M. L-ine will go to Texas in about a week to remain all winter. Home made tai.ice meat 10 cents a pound, at J.H. Heiier s, 1002 Kan. Ave. J. A. Ilanly lias secured a permit to erect an $SJJ dwelling at lOOo Topeka avenue. Mrs. A. O. Rorabiugh and Miss Carrie Fauble went to Kansas City today to visit a sick sister. The regular session of the W. T. K. club is being held at the home of Mrs. J. A. Campbell this afternoon. Mrs. Huibert and Miss Bancroft who have been visiting the family of A. J. Kane the past week, left today for Ax tell. Country made apple butter, made from cider, 10 cts. a pound at Heller's, 1U02 Kansas avenue. A complete line of homiejpathic reme dies at A. J. Arnold & Son's. Take your prescriptions to A. J. Arnold tt Sou, 621 Kan are. Litbiasaed 1S70. Home made pork sai'isage, loc a pound at Heller's 1002 Kansas avenue. M. Y. Jones, who is connected with tlie water service of the R.jck Island railroad has removed here with his f imilv from Pratt. They are located at 1207 Van liureii street. Rev. J. Mayor of Osag-e City preached at the Kansas Avenue -i. K. rhurci last evening ami tonight lie v. L K. Billings iey, the presiding elder, wiil pre.ich. liev. -J. M. Mason of Hope is expected to arrive this afternoon and assist with the meetings the remainder of the week. Officer Blumenstock found the back door of J. N Henry's store open last night ami locked it up. It is supposed itiat 11 naa tieen opened Dy burglars wiio became frightened ami ran away before they had time to get anything as a care lul search (ailed to detect the absence of anything of value which was tliere during- the day. For nearly a half cen.ury Dr. Price's Baking Powder has raaKed foremost r-.moug the celebrated household helps of the age. As shown by the awards at the World's Columbian and Midvthi er Fairs its fame never t ud higher than now. Lontlor.! Ladj Ouitles. In London they say that the lady guide hss come to stay. She supplies a waut not onlj one, but several. Peo ple find her useful. They aide her to meet their children at stations, escort them to dentists and support them when there. They beg Iter to recommend them to dressmakers as well as to take their country cousins for an instructive tour of the sights. The lady guide is the wo man to take? the domestic helm at a cri sis, and, as i;i the turmoil of London life there are many crises, there are now, it I is delightful to learn, many grades, j There are so many guides indeed and so ! many persons ashing tr .em that a west end branch of the office lias been opened at 105 Regent street. The cpen ing was attended by a little ceremony. Countess Grosveiior gracefully played the part of leading lady on the occasion, declaring the premises open and wish ing all success to the venture. Thereaft er came an address from the energetic proprietor, Miss Edith A. Davis, who traced the hiytorr of the moverc nt from the humble opening of the office to its removal to the existing central prem ises at 35"3 Strand and now this added branch. Philadelphia Ledger. Correct Tliinjra In Stationery. Legal blue stationery is much affect ed by smart; women, that with pale gray cr crtam whito being oftenet seen at their well equipped davenports. The correspenueuca cr.rd cf two or three years ago has wholly disappeared wiiy, no ono can tell, as it had its uses certainly. Tiny sheets of paper, with envelopes to lit, like that which supplies tho desks cf littlo girls, serve for short notes, or, if it is only a, lino milady would send, sho takes cuo of her visit ing cards and scrawls it on that. Tiiis is occasionally a pitfall to the ignorant woman, who forgets that the formal Mrs. or Miss engraved there is not the proper signature to a rncisage to a friend and equal. Tht) woman who knows nev er forgets to draw a line through the ti tle, writing her Christian name in ink there or putting her message on the plain side of the card, and regularly signs her name. Mouruicg stationery no longer takes cn inches of black to advertise the woe of its sender. A narrow black margin is considered sufficient for even first use in mourning. New York Times. A True es Gospel. A married men wails thus: ' Nothing maddens me more than to at-! tempt to read the paper to my wife. ""I ll sit down and begin it's ::lwaj3 something interesting and she'll be seat ed for a minute or two. Then she'll rise and say: '" "Go right ahead, clear. I can hear ev ery word. ' Then she'll prance into the nest room and tinkle and tinLle with things on the ina:it:jl or the bureau while I raise my voice and have to roar out some paragraph that loses all its sense by that means. "Then she'll disappear again, r.nd I'll bear her voice come out in muffied tones froin the cloches closet: '" "Wait a minute, dear; I'll be back.' " But I don't wait. "1 pt on my bat and go down town and read to myself ell th J way." New York Recorder. A Great Fiii:in ior. The somewhat impecuriioua young man 1 ad married tho daughter of the rich lojc-1-later so much agaiust toe father's wil! that he had left them to shift for them selves. '"Yourwifo's father, " remarked a friend ono day to tho young man, ' is a great old financier." '"Yes, but he is no statesman." "Is that 80?" "Of course, for when I married his daughter he demonetized her, and we've had hard times eversince." Detroit Free Press. Robin (to his sweetheart) Ccmo, Jen ny, don't be an owl. There's a duck! It was only a lark, yon goose. The resistance of canalboats to traction Increases with the displacement of the boat, but raore feiovrlj. Highest of all in Leavenin CLEVELAND'S ANKLE IIUUT The frekitlent's Ciout Foot i Injured ho W alking i i 'a in ful. Washington, Nov. 20. The regular Tuesday cabinet meeting did not occur today owing tothe absence of President Cievel..nd,althoUgh ail of the cabinet oiii t ers werein the city ready to attend. Y teu returning to his home al Wood ley last .evening from a wnl the president trip ped ou a small stone, which roiled away. Causing a sprain of one ankle. , 'Ihe spra.u was slight, but becau-e it was sustained by the foot which has been a HI. c ted l3" gout, 11 was so painful mat walking was not easy. Therefore the president did not come into town this morning. Jsira. Cleveland drove in and in formed the members of the cabi net that the president was coming along nicely, but that as walking was ctiil painful and there was no present need of his coming to the White hoU:e, lie wuuld not undertake me trip. vt OLD WITHDRAWN TODAY. yearly u Million is Taken Out of the Sub- Ti-eiifury by liaults. Nkw Yokk, Nov. 2 X The National bank of the Republic has withdrawn !?4jO,0uO from th sub-treasury, making i9ju,00 iu ail withdrawn today S O V E 1 1 E I G N R K - E L E C T E D . The l'resent Grand Muster Is Chosen A pain Hy Knights of Labor. New Oklea.ns, Nov 2o. Grand Mas ter Sovereign was re-elected today with out any opposition by the Knights of Labor as-embly. . esars. Jit.-iiop of .'u assuch usetis and Merrinm of Colorado were nominated for foreman, the place now held by Bishop, and the latter wis elected. Secretary treasurer ila. es was re-elected, alihough tnere was some opposition. At the ses sion today the expenses of delegates to 'i ecu i veution amounting to about tY'2,5 0, were ordered paid. r.tdei lientt'n riurrl'ty. The oflicial returns complete lrom all t he Ci.iUnt.es in the Filth c.mgressioual d strict give W. A. alderhe d. Republi can, a plurality over John Dav.s, Po; u iist, of 2.G05. The votes of the K.'u;ai caiid. dates were as follows: V. A. Cal derhead, Republican, 18.4.8: John Davis, Populist, 15,K2ti; C. W. Bran lenburg. Democrat, 2,607; F. M. Durgee. Prohibi tion.st, ij-i. Rock Island Playing Cards. No. Uol nans. Ave. if -a f ii 4 2 if fail yoa I oi :yyo edcye prirag "C i ton A U9: or base. 1 11 MP f 11 v) mm m U LMw j?"iM f-jt . IV iio li liOJiiil NORTH TOPE Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ) rv hock ISLAND IIOL'TE. Excursion A 11 nou 11 t-eine 11 1st - 1 lar rtt Tx. eursions. On November 2 Jth, and Dc. -th an I 1 St li, we wiil sell round trip tickets to all points in Texa-, Oklahoma mid Indian Territory at one regular tlrst class fare plus 2.00. This will a!s aj ply to points u i the Pee0s Yalb-y Railway iu New Mexico. Limits of tick ets twenty days from day of sale with the usual stop over privileges. Wat-o, Texas, and Kiiturn. Wc will sell Nov. 20 and 27 ou account of Texas Cotton Palace to Wae , lex., round trip at $17. oo. Tickets good returning up to an 1 including Dec. S. II ii.tc-hi-.on, lvHiiHU.s, mid lteluru. Oa Nov. 20 to 211 inclusive, ami good uj) to and including 20h, we will ell round trip tickets to Hutchinson at o m fare, -f l.tio. Our winter tourist rates are now on which we will be pleased to quote to thon intereste d. In fact all railroad informa tion cheerfully given and jileass remem ber that it's no trouble to answer ques tions. II. O. Gakvev, Agent, 001 Kansas avenue. A IteianrLulili- A 'i e ve men t ftail- i-DH l All'-nr- Was the running of the Exposition tly-r. the famous twenty hour train between Chicago and Now York, via tue Li te Shore route, in service during the V.r. I's fair. A handsome lilho-water-color of thU train may bo secure 1 by Mending t . tu cents iu silver to C. K. NVilber, Westera Passenger Agent, Chicago. Rudy's Pile Mippos.tory is guarantor I to cure Piles and Con -tipatio:i, or ma n-. refunded. o0 cents per box. S.-n 1 s aaqi for circular and free sample to M irt.a Rudy, Lancaster, Pa. For sale by a.l tirstclass druggists, and in Topek i by vV. R. Kennedy, corner Fourth and Kausaj avenue. Vel'oiv. ln - l I' '-! V, rin'klfil. Is this trie way your face lou;- ? li -,i, fry Hoggs' Bio xl Purilier ami Beieil .Maker. It nut or.lv puiilies the I Lie 1. but renews i", ami eves your lace a bright youthful api caraiiee. Sold i n ! warranted by W. U Ke.iu.tdy Silver Leaf vinegar re-n.iins in t!it front. It is tli. be.st table aul pis vinegar. As,; your g.-oeer f ir o a.ii no otner. It is the c.ieapec rl--t ' !i rii 1 To prove "Snow's Pi-ie Kxp--C " no' K nock Out" a n v nl i or c , : is U A ItANTK KU. Per a!e I'V all gists: price 2o and ti-'o bottle. It ( ( c c i C f (,r ' ( c' J Lk li i to o covered In r- f c fot r i indsor PlusSi f'J c c c c ? c - TrT -f-- r l ' ". -r, : ; ii i"CiAk. k r f jf .k f