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STATE .TOTTRXAIa WEDNESDAY E7ENTNa, NOVEMBER 2S. ISOt.
5 now jiitch. Jf-M I. COST. Dec ills of 2xpens23 of republican Stite Committee. THE SUH EXPENDED, $18,413.30. lTid OvrriuyrAli Fllri IIt tate mtnt of CiDipalja Kiprntes. The Republican state central commit tee t y its trfci-urcr. I. I. Bauebrake filed its st ite aieut of election expenses at the county clerk'.i ofhee today. It liiis five cheiy written, double column sheets. The receipt .luring the campaign were f '., 1 Ki.u.J. lhe- reoefpta are ac coun el for only by '-received from J. 1. Rri.lo." Th-j expenditures ex-feel-J the receipts by f.'o t5. Of tUi amount the lTir part went fr ex I nasi -s cf the teri ia the caBpaii'n. 'i .in item .' -e stamps, $15.)." oc curs reiseav.y. Mrs. J. Elien Foster wij pi i ;f."i .0 fn ( -tober 0, for "salary ;i i i . x ;: -e-."' I eorge W. Crane did c iei iLr) j t inting far the committee, fjr w5:cj he -v- y aid about 1,;25'. Chnlriuan L.lat.l also drew about f !.- ' t..r ! mrpoa not i?ii?a.) An- o'oer f the i e;cs wa K. P. Greer $530 f r jp piemen li." 1 1 i . : J i . i or. who paid his own ru'lr ..ad fare during the etiiipain, hied li 4 ft.it:uexit f election eipeusCi with tf.e r,'ii:r.y clerk today. Iu viuw of the fact tht he dii not ride una puss his ex I -ti-e-i were very lieht. They were J. or this " suta "s7.J." was for traa-j ortation. ami he uamei the two "given p-j;u3 ' on fitr.i ticset. Mr. Over lay t?r otit a; a-1 litiona! -i;-JT for sleep ing car. and flT.sj mere for inch items ti me .ls an i t :;.' r.ttu. A M. Harvey, chairman of the Popu list jinrress.oti.il committee, reports that h'i reef p: aul disbursements were each 1. -1 '.' . . t ;,e receipts t71 w .n '( ;!eee :," f was receive 1 fr jt:i tii nai- of riii," books, and Senator Petf.-r g -tv-ri ?!', i'ri-k lster $10, S. M. t-i n't W. A. Harris -5 and K. B. Keplev -v Of th ex; fi.es i'XA went to tne c! lib, p-Xage -i, clerk hire iii:, rlLtiLc t7, tiovflltnjr exj eases '" i ex; cu: ec of b.lver Like meat- TO HE VIVE IRRIGATION. Eitensive I uiproTeuidui Ordered on (.ardirn City i'ropertie. Abii.ese, Nov. 3. I a f ormation has just beea received from r i art i'or J, Conn., stating that tie bondliol iera of the Gar den City Irrigation company and the Southwe stern Irrigation company, own ing two of the largest irria .ion proper tie in southwestern Kansas, at a meeting- Friday decided to repair the ditches and put the property in working order. T. E Dewey of this city 'is receiver for both companies and will have charge of the retiiting ot" the properties. It is proposed to put thera in perfect condition at a cost of $25,.M) tj 2'J,0JJ and t o make a tiiorcuh test cf their pos sibilities ia raising lieid croDS, especially alfalfa. '1 ho ditches have SO.'XO acres subject to theai and the wxparitnsut of trie a tuck -hoiiiers will be the most extensive effort of the ku.d in the stite. READ. r READ. Visit Our Dress Goods READ. Art Needlework Take Elevator to Second Ingrain Department on Floor and See What We Same Floor. Department in the Rear Department. are DoinS in Our Carpet! We have three fiyers; 25;r South Aisle. j 1in CushioMS uncovercd and Curtain Department, i patterns to select irom in : Covert Cloth (h,nglisli j 1C, 124 and 2)c make), ;4 incues wiae, this department. If you want I something for nearly noth i ing- don't wait too long-. ! Our regular 45c Inirrain HOCK ISLAND TIM E. Train Citarie Over the llatire ystexu. 'i vi ol 1 fieiti at l upeka. Genera! Suj erintendec t A. J. Hitt of the Hock Isiaai hs returned from Chi-caj-o where he has b.-en fcr the past week ia conference v.-itu tae tin isioa superin-tendent-f and others regarding the change of ti;n that will tccar oa the er-tire sys tem next unJay, Uece-nler v. Oaiy two trains will ;je affected in Topeka. d'he train froai the south and west. bound for Kansas City that .has beea arriving' ia Top ex a at 2 :o- and leaving at 4 o'clcc t p. m. will arrive at : :!" and leave at :',.&). The St. Jo-eph plug that has been leaving Toj.s'ii at i' oo p. m. will after next Sua .1 ty iea at 3:vi-" p. m. Ail the ot.ier trains in and out of Topeka retain their present time. HE GOT OFF E AS V. Voiinar Curtains. The larfpcf ptirfrnn sale that has ever taken place in ! or 30g a yard lopeka. Froht cuts no fig ure in this sale. It is your opportunity to buy Curtains tin i weeii. Curtains. 75 pairSeiii;i2 1)0 " for 15 colors of Twillback TrfiTirTn Tirnn 1 rl nt Yt Ti t 111';. t o r . - ... - uur regular c inSrain ; wide. This week S'Jc. tor 3bo a yard. j Our regular 55c and GOc 1. 7 P'rciicll allv00Lfor,4Sc-- t , ! Pattern Suits. vv c are snowing a nana-i line of Inrrraiu Art!2 suits at 12.2o H! IJin Cushions covered 50 colors. This week only 79cif5c, 75c, 85e, 95c, Si. 00,1.25, a yard. ,1.50 and $2.(X). I'in Cushion I ops,15c,20o, 25c, )5e, 45c, 51 )c and 75 '. Head Rests 20e, 25c, ;i5c, 59c, 05e. 75c, 85c and 2. ),' . ;oine 1.10 l.o. 2.0( ) 2.50 2.85 3.09 :i50 4.( y.) 4.50 5.00 it IV u ti 4L 4 4 Squares m all sizes. S .04 pair ! COUch COVCTC .78 pair 1.13& Iactl. .8 1 pair I e have reduced the price 1.03 pair; of several pieces of our Cur 1.42 pair tain Muslin b.v the yard in i.oopau- narrow ana wiae wiatlis. 1 suit at JU.Z.) j 2. 15 naii- i 1. U I pi ill I 2. U4 pair 2.93 pair 3.27 pair 3. f8 jjair i 2 suits at ; 2 suits at 2 suits at 1 suit at 1 suit at 2 suits at 3 suits at 1 suit at 13.25 18.00 21.00 10 00 Your Choice Of the Lot for 12.75 14.00 1 1.3.5 10.25 4 0 Q 0 ' IDO.UH SUIT. A Mails to I !Tr; ll.l!" tn .::ity Ulld le's i aiurer oi !i-i-::3 l.r Shawns a at he received Z : i tf.e s i.r ' Kiiiiuat. v . Ve.iie, stii'i-e.-f ul cand;- r ri'-en-i,ta'tv ia liie Tair'.y in'.rict. ypent fli-'O, of which $). ) the r-'H'rn cotnmittee iu the f .fi 'i-I: i ' '. 'lii i'j for Kverv, acJ Piatateau club Chai the f ,r l'oi'iii iv, Hetrsocratic cau cierk ot tie dis'rict court. ''.y e tpt-t;.-'0 for ri.:.a:r,j for of t ierk of tim dir'rict court r. Vow' fjr cood trovern- line-s ;ta i reai.tuUaion, Chas. liar) .,o.i t. ,:. i 1. 1.. hf i i a r i .: v isoti Tei . 4 I.' k I-! .!. 1 iij Citrus. i h n s. A v I'rr Tele. on. 4.0. Man Who I eci tlie Je fraud. Fined. II. D. Ilutb ird f iiurhrgton appeared before Judre Fooler yerteriay alternoou and pleaded pu.ity to u-.iap tae taaiis to defraud, and whs tried f.5 arid Costs. IIubLard is a yoauj uia;i teloniu,; to a goo.1 fuiniiy in C'oifey couuty, and his father paid his tine. It was bouie tniie ao that Hubbard met a youusj uiau by the uuiue of West, whose family ill st .ry he k ..rtie-J. Alter he had separated from West ne wrote to a coii-sia oi his companion by the nans of Uutts, hviay at Mexicj, iio. He told Hutts that West died on the rci-d from Ca!if.:rai i, and hai d:rec:e 1 that all his property bo turned ovsr to iiut.S. lie ff iid that West tai at the time of his death a ds.l to .-" acres o:' lau i in Cali fornia, and S,s (.-J la tsotei, t-.ii i ojered to turn them over lj Butts for a certain oULa of m-jGey. Uutts saw thro) h''i the fraud and had Hubbard arrest- 1. an i lie liui a uarrow escape from the peciti-.tia:y. 3 5! ."RuiHod Curtains. i icthiiiLf entirelv new i JA.2ltm HO LaCo 31.4.: 1.7; ) r.i 44 717-713 -Kansas Avcnuo. "in Som and very stylish. 2.00 pair Selling iiuwfjr 3.50 " Curtains. 1 j Carpoi STcepsrs. Tamboiir'cl Cur tains. 4.50 pair ikiL 5.00 " 1 A.j pair . si.25 Diir Mlht now kr $2.89 mir ! l-'5 " I 5.75 " - 4.10 " ! Carpet Sweepers will make t , ; substantial Christmas pres- f,r; 10 .50 6 .o0 50 44 44 ?.! PF: li.oo 4.09 4.47 4.87 44 44 44 44 44 44 14 44 44 44 7.97 8.5 4 10.98 13.47 18.32 Silk Down Pillows 5c, 95c and $1.30. Fancy Sofa Pillows $2.09, $2.50 and $3 00. Tinted Table Cover s, 25c, 35c, 59c, 75c and $1.00. Linen Fringes, all colors 10c a yard. New assortment of plain jand figured China Silk, GOc, 75c and 1.00 a yard. Pillow Shams, 25c, 50, $1 .( ),$! .50, $2.09, $2.25, '2.5 $2.7o, .3.00 and $:'..) a pai:'. .lust received 10 pieces of Japanese Cloth, this cloth is j very popular. We have ! marked it only 30cayard1 it j won't last long at that price. ! Also a new line of figured Satins at 35c. We opened Saturday our new line of Christmas Fans the assortment is very complete. Feather, (i;iuze, China Silk, Satin, with bone or ; $ i.50 psirSdans nW fjr 3.50 p.ur ; be without one. Price $2.50 j wood .Sticks at 40c, H). 0.00 7.38 " !aiu Q:i,a $1.25. $l.o9, $1,4. to 83,0. : Allot' our old fans have Window-Shades complete 'been marked less tha.i hair' SNAP SHOTS AT the HOME NEWS. ' ! .. IVl- Tr.li. Bell Tele. 4 ,U. 1 r --"S .f Ar 1 r T C, v - a. . A N D .. fi t ii 1 .c r1 , a. e-i t i a W a. A It, ot Ivedtced Prices on Everything in )ur immense stock. Fp right Pianos $250, $275 -"3.'0 and up. Pargair.s in a large variety of Second .Hand Upright lanos, in prn square Pianos, and Organs at $35 and up. CM-. LY0. S'O IIEILY IV?MUT Iiano at $10O. Several line uprights at $135, $150, $175 and $209. ' Great Reduction in price of Lirj'.'s. C Li tars and Jlandulir.s and J-tnni'i for all instru ments. Thi-? Reduction in prices applies also to eLtci 31'Jsk of all kinds. Good music cttt per copy. t;aae3 "Turkey RaLMe the streets of Tope fell nearly twenty cc ;rnioticed on coati ned to 10, is SiiTUS of Down Stair." Horses are sold oa ka for 3 a hea 1. The thermoniter decrees last nig-ht. Work ha- not yet fcea the wooien rnhl f-witch. Councilman St-?pnenson ii his house by the laua.ps." D. J. Car len, tn.'til carrier taking his tifteen day a lay of Mt cf the lo3.i! lodc. , t ellows are electing- oJI'.-ere this week. foraorrow thr&a-;aa to b- tt est Thau ks-i viiii; we have hai far years. The lumber used in rj; -tiriss the N i.rzsi 4.5o " -r. 4 .) 5.25 5,50 0.25 44 44 4. 44 3.42 3.72 3.98 4.19 4.81 15.00 18.00 25.00 t igureti China bilk 4.c, 99c and $1 a yard. Cretonne, in beautiful de signs, 12ic and 15c a yard. Silkoiine, plain and fig ured, 10c and 15e a vard. witn good spring size 3 ft. by 7 ft. at and 49c each. Curtain Poles, in brass, 25c and up. oil ers. 39c, wood or Latest' Pai ii;in X . - Straw Matting at 14c, 10c, 18c and up. Oil Cloth Pugs ror stoves in; fhl-?: tor furniture cover-!at 'the popu-lar Jric 50 Ru rard. ansl up. Fringe only 12-ic price. Tlie elty "The Henrietta" Supporter, in Siiver. and Plack, in a va; i patterns ur 25e. Silver Ihi.-kl.-s 2Y 35.- ami 59c. ! I ' 1 i 1 - i' ; i . i r i i 1 1 . i i , ills ill low 1 re - ;.!: rv o 10c Sti. 1 1.,' ! Good Oil j yard at 25c. Cloth by the Tooth. I Jrushe: new a-sortm 'lit Nail. I lair and will give away 1.009 tickets for Friday and Saturday evening-;, Jov. f the Odd ! -, o. t-iol'or the Wilber C 39 and Dec. 1. o., wiio will give two pcrforman'es at tne;(ir; .V 2 l)iiivii;i stf t: jn-?se ricKers arc w jilu o iiel )ier.. - w Mi 1 I t X ox warm- I briitru fail has fj "riited at a p.autng Prepare Now For Your iioiRiau Presents. Lowest Prices on VjiT-ftj It' ';" Kf-m'-j Music Itolls and Wrappers, Llegaut Gif- Books, etc. Music Cabinets, Bamboo .Music Racks, Screens, ecc, at about one-half the origi nal price. We need both the room they accupy as "well a the money. Fine Velours flLYO t'OYERS at $3.0.) and up. All other goods at pro portionately low prices. GUILD, m..h The winter time carl of the Rock Islaad gyoU.-ui goaa iat-j e.Ie-.'t next Sun day. Botilah chapter of the 4 Ir Pr of th-a East ern Mar will elect ue-.v othcers Saturday nijht. Topeka lo.le cf the ISIasons will put several caalidiU-a through the second decree tjni-ht. The foothill raaifs tin arrow between the St. J DO and Topeka Y. M. C. A.'d will be worth seeing. Receiver J. C. V ilson of the Snta Fe isexpecte l home from Ne-.v Yor.c the last Lf the week. Govoraor Lewellinj has af pointed Mark A. Foote comtuissioaer of deeds for Kansas ia Chicago. Doctors say that during the present tali tuere hai heea less siciuess la lo I t'ks than for many years. Walter Ilusa of the As? oc a ei Chari ties says he could aMve prov.ded Thiaka-g-ivinr; dinners for 1 jo uiore people. One of the drawback s of the Topeka I theaters ia the canlv bovs, who y.jll 30 much between the aca taat you can't talk. A. L. Wilson, the" tetcperauce lecturer, and Georjre 11 Lillie will organ. ze a lode of Good Tempiara in jlerideu to uiut. Win. Slyer ha3 been ordered relf-ased from the county jail by the county com missioners, was convicted of uteal ing a clock. I he Topeka Knights Templar have organized a 1'riennial club to attend the conclave in Iioatora cext year. J. S. Col lias is president A challenge has been nude an i ac cepted by the Athletic club football teatu to play the Y. 31. C. A., December 11, at the fair ground. A Topeka youo j man who has beea invited to eat Thauitsiv dinner with hii "best trirl," iu fearful iest ae will be asked to carve the turkey. Lincoln Post ii. A. K. will hold its an nual election of oicers Saturday n.ght Oae of the old orricers savs: "Qo in, boys; it is your chance t.o -. The fire at 'J o'clock last uiht was a damageles one in a house at 1153 Clay street, owne l by John iliilinijer ana occupied by . 3. oaruaer. State auditor-e!e 2t Oeorg-e Cola has rented a houss at t he corner of Twelfth i-nl I'olk streets an 1 will bring- his faaaiiy to Topesa during tje liolidy. "The only thine I can dc," said a To peka man wh failed to get an ap point meat under the coruin; mate kd;aiaif-tra-tiiin, "ia to have the lcg-ieiatura create a new ohice." Chet Crawford and Leme-a .the circus man, have put a winter cicus on the road to play iu opera house?. They will be at Topeka in the middle of December and play two ni-ht-. The postmaster calls attention to the regulation saying taat patron of the of Lcj will be obliged to call for their t jail i ca Suaiaya Letwsea two iiii ttree i o'clock p. m. only. It will be strictly en forced. II. P. Miller is a d.-leirate from the To peka Barbers' union to the meetin.. of the seventh annual convention of the Na tional Barbers' union which is to be held next wek at St Paul. Mr. C. W. Sparr, who is private secre tary to United States Senator Powe.s oF M-nf.ina, is vi-itiar ili-i parents at Hig-h. land Park. He will leave for Washing ton after Thank-uuvinij. A drummer who h I never been ia i lopeka before aunted tne town over yesterday and then approached the hotel 1 ci.tk in aa injure a manner an a sa;u: 1 "What is the matter with this town. I couldn't had n saloon." Dr. W. C. Tilde;:, of New York, who was a college chum, of Receiver J. C. Wilson, of tae Santa Fe, has been (riven a position ia the orlice of General Mana ger J. J. Frey. He is navv helping to write out the anuual passes for uext year. Tomorrow, Thanksgiving, the post oftice will be closed all d ly excepting from 8 to 10 o'clnck in the morning', when the general deliverv and the stamp windows will be open. The usual mora icj; deliverv only will be made. CANADA lit VS OF US. Lumbermen There Aie Compelled to Huy From tile ;nt .imtii MHtes. Washington, Nov. i-s. A sign of the times tnat shoui-J bo of special interest to the south, is conveyed iu a report to the state department from United States Canada, ect ot tfie western On- Consul Bishop of Cnath am, petierai the tariff in sut BLAND I Oil OOVUIIN0U. Silver Iik May Make tlie Rare in tt)6. Washington, Nov. 2S. Congressman Bland is bein urged to become a candi date for fjovruor of Missouri ia liJ-i Lively correspondence looking to this end is goiur oa between Washington and Missouri. It is deemed highly im portant by Mr. Blaud's friends that he authorize an announcement of hi inten tions at once. Such action, it is artrued. will give the apostle of fre .silver a clear field. The only other candidate lively to be before the convention is Jule Gib son of Kansas City. If Mr. Bland will consent to let it be known now that he ia a candidate, his friends are asunn j him that he will have to make no canvass previous to the nominating convention. This is not the first time Mr. Bland has been urijed to become a caadidate for governor. Up to the time of his defeat for congress, however, he would not l.s ten to it. Now it is claimed that he is giving the matter serious consideration. The secretary of state ia receivinr; by eTery mail corrected election returns. Many county clerks made errors in their abstracts and they ail have to be cor rected before the orhcial count can be complete J. liorner. Topeka Coal Co. t.t' ti the effects of tirio. Among other things he notes the fact that the large st re industry taere with the mills ia Michigan as weii us Ontario, have resumed manufactur ing, but have been compelled to give the teneti; of the removal of the 10 per cent duty to the consumer. Contracts for next year will nhow a saving to the consumer of from 5 to 10 per cent and with only live year's timber ahead to cut from, it is not likely it will no any lower. Capitalists in this indus try are buying timber tracts in the south AN INLAND NAVY. erret;iry Merbnrt t i a -a IMaiito MaUe the Navy in tlie Interior. Washington, Nov. S. In connection with the strong presentation ty Secretary Herbert of the irecessity for the pro curement of a nun) ber of new torpedo boats, a proposition has h-en made to him whereby the aavy may be ma ie very popular in the -vast interior of the United States, wiei'e it is now al most unknown, and, more impor tant still, the navy may hold at its disposal a lare force of trained sailors, patrticuiarly expert in the torpedo services, which there ia now no adequate opporteinity to develop. The plan in brief ia for the govern- 1 merit to build a larte number of torpedo boats and to lend tee states naval mili tia, to be used at any point on the river. I lake or even canal, where water may be found to tiavisrate the m. 1 here are very JAPS Km li hikI in: i:vnn si s I , . Mil I ! .'-'1 .V ,1 ;n !l t- r IO .pa.'f- I xir l lor I tie VV Mi' S.v N t : s 1' ' State-1 ufrh-er w Oceanic havs llt,-r i i .::' ar piitriotism been siio.vn I v t!,e J Rk-h mid poor have conC'i'. no war fund an-i enrolled the n members of the R'd 'r Lo ttie ranks of winch are royal r ri nobles. The Hociety hat hospitals in every part of the empire r.n 1 lias done hue work on the field of battle. 81 LOO. CHICAliO 81 l.OO. S si Ft. R -t 1 k. til !!' 1 '. t : , i"-, in ,-,a'il : r future supply. Canadians are 1 few states where ttue smaller boaw ot a. so beginning to buy vellow pine from ! this kind may not had some larger quantities and inside hniah- the southern states in for flooring, hoisting iutrs. Tae freight from Alabama is about equal to the cost free on board there, but its sale in Canada will steadily increase. Besides cherry ard walnut, pine, oak and poplar used in water to navigate, and with the inducement of the free use of such a craft, it is not doubted that naval militia men will be forthcoming in states where there is no other means of drilling them. Competent engineers and ordinance Norway ' otlicers would be detailed to Instruct the Canada, ! militia in the use of tiaese boats and the must come from the Lmted States in men would be tree to avail tuemseivea oi future as the native stocii is nearly ex, them for drill and even excursions, with hausted. the understanding that they should em- i ploy no outside help, but wouhl perform 1JE3I0VIXU WITNESSES. j every office on the boat tfcernsel ves, steer- j intT, firing aud running tiiu entrines. A. DwnHsiue ex.. w itnpss Sens to; it has alreadv been established that, j the smaller torpedo boatd can be moved j u from point to point quickly by rail, so . tit V tl tj wi . c . r AtTiab . . .ii ... 1 vy. Commencing November h. t: Santa Fe will sell first clas tic-t!, To jie.Ka to Chicago, at the low rat:; of 1 I. Two solid through vestibule triin-, leave Santa J-'e depot at ti:l ) and fi; '5 . ru., ar riving jn Chicago at iO'l and 1 1 :. tjet morning'. Rov. i 1 v Ili;o., ''ty Ayts. J-"r Over l-'ifi.v Mr Mrs. Vin8low'8 ."soothing Syrup has been used for teething. It soothes, ioftans tlie gams, allays pain, cures colic. lir-st remedy" for diarrho-n. '' cents a bottle. Marina !ancl ?!on 1 11 s Boston, Nov. tiT. Marion Msnoli Mason, made her first public appea rauce since her renovery from mores th i.-i a vear's mental illness at a testimonial ten dered her husi'iand at the Bowdoin Sipiare theater last nig'hh I'eerloss Steatn Laundry Peutles Steam Laundrv. Witness Kurupe I'roliaUly tiy lolice. New York, Nov. 2S. The World t morning says: I that in case of war a great "Mrs. Augusta Thurow has gone to , these indispensable craft could be con Europe. S'-.e is the woman, who, on J centrated at any threatened point on our June 4tti. testified before the Lexow corn- s coast, nil manned bv crews thoroufhlv ruittee in minute detail. She gave dates, j fam'diar with their boats and experts in I Whi-uthii VntMaTe t ountrd names, amounts and exact circumstances ! torpedo drill, constituting aa adjunct of 1 A majority will be fouXiI in favor of of the blackmailing operations practiced i almost inestimable value. j "Snow-'s Pine Expectorant for Cough by the police of the r ifta street station! One of the strongest features of the , an voios. ror aa ur .n uiugi3is. houie. I plau, which of course would require i Price 25 and 50c bottle. Come early aud avoid the rush at the Change of Butfiaeds .Shoe sale, To'J Kau sas avenue. Mrs. Thurow'a sister, Mrs. Frederick ; congressional sanction, is that owing to Seyd has acknowledged the truth of the ; cheapness of the small torpedo boats as statement that she has gone to Europe ' compared with a full-sized war ship, the an 3 says that she had considerable money j very moderate appropriation, not more with her. The claim is made that police than would be required to build one orLeials interested ia getting her out of battle ship would procure fifty of the th country raised a fund aud seut her j torpedo boats. 32 calls up the Peerless to Europe." Ilnitin' f rml. a.OJ) , Harrison Tele. 4oU I.t. I'fr Ton. Bii Tele, 400. I Hn:hr Coal. 2.000 1 Harrison Tele. 400. Ir Too. I Bell Tele. 4W. If ah- Coal. H.OJO Harrison Tele. 400. I.lta. Ir Ton. Bell iele. 4oo. Tpek Coal Co. Horner. Ihiffhn' Coal, i !.!,. Per Ton. Harrison Tele. 400. Bell Tele. 4 j J. Iloioar. Topeka Coal Co. Hashes' Coal, ,OOl LbiT Harrison Tele. 4 )0. Bell Xoptka Coal Co. Horner. STORMY SOCIALISTS. Per Ton. 3 Tele. 40 J. Homer. Tope 4 a CssLCji llarriagte Liressti Isnoed. i j Israel Johnson, Topeka , Bertha Booth, Topeka S Villirm S. Eberle, Topeka ) Ctertrude Ray Merwin, Topeka... v James Nixon, Topeka I ler Bagles, Topeka Win. IL Wakeman, Topeka...... May Freeman, Topeka Vim. Brigham, Topeka J Jennie Chapman, Topeka s Harry D. Miller, Rosviile '( Hattia E. Swearengin, Rossvilie.. Eavii G. Harding, Topeka I ILarareS A, Wi6rgia, Topeka..... 1 Germans Have a Tumtittuon Tim at 1 3Iunich and Police Interfere. tjj. j London, Nov. 29. A dispatch from "Jo j Berlin to the Times sayg that uu over nZ 1 crowded meeting of Bocial Democrat. was held in Munich last night. Ilerr 7 j Vollmar declaimed at great length i against Herr Bebel. Stormy scenes n-2- j s:ied when eome of the soeakera at 19 j tetnpted to defend Herr Bebel. Zpi The tumult increased when police :S ! officers refused to allow an American to peak. Finally a resolution was adopted censuriug Herr Bebel, and expressing ciiutdouce in the leaders of the 6outh German socialists. THE DOLLARS COME RIGHT ALONG T S T" 11 C" C' ADVERTISERS - "IN THE - c i 25 91 Merchant Journal . . OR THEY WOULD NOT KEEP RENEWING THEIR ADVERTISING CONTRACTS. A Business Paper Ilochtt' Coal. Uarriiea Tele, .. iA. l-r Ton. iOJ. B1I Tele, 40-0. ADAMS BROS., PUBLISHERS MS PBOPiltTOdS, TOPEKA.