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STATE .TOUP.NAL, TUE3D XY EVEVIN'G-, DE.OSMBEB IS. ISO I.
I: f - v J HEM'S! SITUATIONS! KEAI. ESTATE! AUCTION SALES! & OTHER CLASSIFIED AB3. The Tr-fEtA Stun JorRSAt Eiarantes. every day it is pnnl-i-l. to Rive a local eirui tsoa inor thn do.i t that of anv other Topa- kl piper, byt'tr Ior than mil 0br Hmdn Lomblned. IhiS maM til4 s paper the clioar "st. as w'l as tin bst daily advertis ing wedi. in iu T-r-k . t.i Classified avtrtie ti-eais L-:!jw eoslm,; tut rtvi' niwra a TTvn ' T': VJa.1 AO 3. Aii.tAj. i AUSEm AND JiEPAlK WOKK. II iraiwt r 2C ceua a I. net for a week: 50 cuu by ti ! . auu sUOM 'op. patea: lea. nor poi.sn 1 j. n,,.n fi. i tm'2r' t'pj; rapa ,u a.i i.ii ia oi liai-u-j' t..ty o r-ulation e roryday eiceeda 6,000 total uoous; " oad tort imiii. a. f . ilea- i. .1 I over K i M .1 I nuru n-ta:.ed .statements of circulation pr- Bf ! t..j ,,n a r:n,.c.tt i u t miaui s.- arjT afternoon betwpen 4 and L:r lit.iij rn..:iu!i: y iu Kansas a WeL i'erfecl- J SITUATION!, WANTED FREE. Am ynj 1n r- I of w-rk? If i, yoti are at ty to u.-a tue-- roturaiu for aiotaa:o to I it r-i . .ii . r tnis ii it.. j a.'p ri t.'i fr i a r Jm ' k v a i w.ii pabiish free on Saturday, M m i.iy sod lnisttay, i-r 1 opeica or Kaasat I'oS i". a.i ii"tii--t of ".Situatioas Wanted." out kcwij:; five i.uoi. or liiuty-tiva words, in 1-fig.u. 1 ruviUed t.iit n:l adveriisemeuU of tail nature a -a ii tudl in iireTious ten o'e.iM.- t s.nir.li' i nrniuj: aiio on Wsias elaf, 1 ,day and hrilay. All advertitoi5 at tin ;m t.ajjdeu it by tea o ciock WetiaoIy Ni a ! f.rriifmnr cf th!- parure to b tart4 rxe-:,t on .aujrd 4-, Kiiii VVk-duedays. No ot liiai mi is lucurr I on L 1 1 part of ma adverti-t-r N.j wnrL.iy aad ijee.iv m::n or woman noJ l.e t;i te t. tao a i tnt-'Akt- of til is offer. So onm in htii.u.j'-i or tiaviDf euipiuvinent is expectt-d u takp ad-thtita-.' t.f it. but ad otaer uivtunj. t a i.i t.i.-i Irteiy. WANTED-HE LP. w A N 1 ! I 1 - I i y- V!.'.-.V, posttjori ;is iinusJ ke ier fur v, i l.mcr. u obiei'tiotis to chiMr.-ii ; ilie fo in rj. M. i;. .Journal ollu-e. r A N I Id) -ii;j t.ou lya s.rl 17 years old in i amiv sior ). Ad.ires N. C, Oatiand '..tO'V,.,.. W" A N 1 1 . :,, ' ' suia 1 f t!... v. a ion mi tana for maa with od ha nd with stix'k or w r of iti'v k nd i' 1 .n' w -s. (iuoii refer-eij-e. Aii.:ns. I . I! i.. .Journal offVe. rii:. Ki I.l (, S;i e.;na: wanter laani.taeturi- 1 , fMi.s, Cass. me to tattn our res. eottou- H'tes. IHl'.s J !l..a. ooietl Co.. W'A NT 1 - I'i.i iv.ii k b.-,s . ir Ni ls as a sioe imw. --ouiii lij-t i'liiia 1'a. for yotme wotuan at ot'tii-e work; !i:is so iif exper.eiire. Erlicieiit Copyist oil I ...1VIHI,, ; soilie skm ja s ! i or 1 1 ! a id. V m aeeept iw wuj,t a lt lieui. AUiirass iv. f. this olti.-e. ANTK! -'..i -lt ir u'eiieral iiousework ; uo w:iiitu-i. l.r.i Wesieru ave. " A N "i I 1 - I'os t on )', ludv steu i -raniier: w :il wo;-:i one Hour iliive hours or ml !' s 1'Us i;.'ss re ai.ris. la'liTeai'H li ven. Ail- u: e- Mip.'ier, ".; Kan. ave.. ;d iloor. VA 1 ! H 111 ir. I.l hie man to take interest in .us no-,., uioy j-.ioo eauital re4UirU, ijiiinii, . ourn.ti onii-e. Aa.ir.s. 1 AMI I - tul-. i. al or boy i work in candy -4 Kansas ave. A A N 11.1) Ai" iv.. saie-men to liandie our ' line, noj.-ed laiix. -Sil ity i'TS per month, IiIhI ep..-nses paid t. a!', '.wis Ku.re.v uu.v. App.y iiiif.v.v. i'. u. il jt iaa, iioatoa. .vjas. A N J f- F Sa!"si in.i; salary froiu V r,tia pjjit pi t I'.: v.i Bros. (Jj.. iEjrt; .N ur- -jr men, (. oH-au, Lii. WANTEO-iMISCELLAN EOUS. A S I Km I I A mriished room on or Dear s is :u,'. "A. J!.." Journal. l' AM i 1 Dry e hi iui 1 aitiut wood, $3.00 " il C't 1. ie!,lt.r .p liox J.l'J 1'opeka. A.N 1 I l t.o-,ns i i a iy a.wojnt ou city i ai: f ai lus liaies. lo.f. 1. r. ..i i n.woj, av. . I pliey's qank.' lie; W'AMMi i. iition for loans oa pn.l l.ioper,y. Hates sU to .-1 n.'1'ofd.ajr to sie of loinj. I. u west i.vtU av., lupe- e, SlcUiii or hUip huuso- Utd. etc. iy or l.i ea .T e.-nt ai. AI , ka. iuus. WAN'! h!-To77 V I S .V IRi:CliA. is .-SKIS .s UK, 1.-.J E. t'tll St. i u a :,.-c tit a. sioiiAOB co. JOl RENT-HOUSES. f ,'OI; K..N i IP. ims iucakiaud. i'.C. -Moore. - iv a iiis a-. ror? REriT-aooMs. ."!. L'L.N I'- Niea -iM.ins w.ili ooo.i i . . r.i i.. 1 i.i;i ir l'i .Y est J.-OK p I 1 . ( . ni l ; : ii .slieii. lar r-fr nit i-i.utu with c.oset, 1'. 714 .(aeiNsou si. J,- !; lit N l ti.-iuea o - - a;.-'1 n . . j i mi iiisiird rooms, t.eu- Jst alii sU-cet. 4 b.uckS Cast id p.. - i ai:e. .M. -lw-'-s. id-Mi SJ.ritliJ Hawaii. -1 i'"i-...u -.-In J as. in street. i, UK Al.i -- 111. -Ills. l.itt . !.i' eheati. Kav- nwv. En pi ro cit Wood,oo4 Kau. Avu. I "!. s.U.K - l;.-ir..-.uns. at m. 7 west loth St.. l:t -l.-iy Ii. i.i .id foods. .'some line siiiit ai l.a.l cos.;. .M.l.i, iw lu;,t qtliesiv. City w l!!" at one thud ar.ee. liousa tor rent. Al.i: -U. ( oa.ed M. J:-riiiird p;i.pies. ..;-,r eio 1.. a son oi i nampioii r ile.ev ,i. , :;, re a:ia ..-up ; he tra.us ot A hain- pK.ii .in f: a : u I'r io'.i. ( iiaiiipi.m ,r rnaties. uair.f .-ii a:. tita.e. li iiap.oa Uavard. w" -M. Evt-ris, i l. Pui i.atian si., n.pek.a. "Kaa. I.'UK sal:;,,!; 1 K ,U i: - stereo;, tu-ori nur- i' new . 1 hi Me s. W .ii ira.ie tor heavy .'4 i:.Ud W il...i!l. Oakiaad, kaa. IOl: sal 1 s:.i ii . 'iiuwaia at stie. den's, 7uii fa.au- I-',"i AI.L-i-, err and nu-nt fnarkt. Call a- 1 Je.ttTsou si., il. MaiiKer. ,Hl; sa l.i v Lava firms for salrt iu almost -a. eve: V eo , ty Ul Ki.lisa,. It m;,, ,,..v vo.i to liivesl.s. tailor i.o our "leai, p.au ia Jrt-ji - j' ol seam tarui. J . H . Bn a U V. Craw fori! Buadiu,'. Jupwiiit, Kan. Lniler p-enlon oTcb I.sut; HKAL ist.i9 or rental property iseuedic L &. o., 6o, Kansas ave. JVI ISC tLI.A MEOUs. 1 "K UK If K i'K'J'l.F -lhiL t forget to fu- viosi a t "V va-.vs with those Xiuas pa.-k-ii-fs ou at hfiiU.nr .iy. uu know you lturia-.ed jvir ll'ifUi a that you would send l.iem s ( l ; i e i.iioiosof yocr res.deueu and par larsi slMinf , T.nt'cirr.ine and ifxm. aud ton.e vity v s. No t co it: E'arrow take A iew s. 5i i h ansas av e. -j i sl-l;,.i, k ilk in i;Ler on Kansas avenue T. V1 ' "u 4i!l ii li"ft Mtiiiaay uiitt, - u"'';r "' t'doru to i'Uttou lU.use. A'A,.ri , ' "10" W h.K-( wns and see the 11 il ,,.iv aiinirf, is ui pictures and a.ed n.ivc.t.e,. Ml s4 .K.NKtK. c.l Kansas av. T 1 w ;:h yi w spot on back and -J ycii n urs. name.. --Nick." l.eward paid by returning to j.-o i.onroe. GO to W. I we. sly iit cfceap millinery this -t I n'.ish fel s at 9 cents at '.a k'an. s.s ave; ui.iiiiie n uii tidtts at 25 cts per pair. mm: t kUK Mt n.E Wil l. hH OPEN feveniiis ua '' tt i. rist.HSs. W c. s;y,& A. VauLaeys, .-o. s.. s Laus.ss ate.. N riii Jopeka. Iron real e,t;-.te an rental property tro to Cjocdwii., lw Wut 6il 4 T -vK. ADDIE KESTEU at IJdtt-m hous-s room ' l. will bis iu tan city soiao ntr-aKs; may le seen from 3 Co o p. 1 1. IOIt LEAS2 Co. 1 t.tor ace i liidu. dlu east Laurent st, in t.iue to Lai i a ice. Aipty on premises. tl EN KhAL repair snr.p 4.'Uesst n st. Re- pa.r li retinas, lors iu 1 iLciS. lowdcr, shot and sport. ug toous fur a,';. "O'l'ICiC 1'ianos and oraoi close figures on j-..,ey piatios W e wil; make us and organs Ui;s mould; uBf4ii sotd iu Kan-iis .n.syear. 1 he le. and the t iicjjwt. We sdio' tio wcrthiesS lair iifiiais or purctiased tf--L uuon tins rei-r you to Jiw.iO) who u-e ttie:n and ni l,et tuners an J dea.ers iu the country, t'a.l at our lopo-A-'t-uoy. s.j Kausia aveiiu, .i. ii. Lyman, hfi a. a ,-- it. IIKS 1" class piiouogT.tpli CDii'-f tls at rea A- ble rale .veu m eol:dec.:o.l vv K ti 1 ason.i- rlii; ri.-i.cs, scuou.s. etc, l.ei . ei. -e :..(.. i a-, o reasonable. Audrej L. 1L Lcru u, ou west tilu strce.. v"-' - ' J a ' J- -vl j u, . g i A.llfL.ls i'i-.ii ana repair Addreii, iu. ly. uut sji, .jrt i J "j.. ANO I C .Nl.Si A. J. ivia. ;j tvausas av. ts chartj ot yiaLios at i t-Liay cui.L'e. 'UTH i:-TiJ W1I l IT .MAY tUXCtUN- .eit kno.vn laiiLiisy pet. .io.i i- tui liio ia Hit. counts , Kiin.saa, asking lor a permi to seii in-toxu.-auiit; l.q iucj al .so. 7iil oa haiisas avenue, i OjieKii. isaasas.- li ;i " u; ot s ttd p uiiioa is st-i tor tne Jill day ot January. liti. ai i i n'cioiii a. 111. 1 DWAKU .lIKtlllllllt. Iuitka. Kan., Iej. 5, laJi. JL SI found the pal ;a wuere yoj ca.u s-?t yo i lurniture repaired and ais j p.uaed lor aiiii. lr repaired and ais J pajaed lor SUip- iiieut. cicaaia; and tay.a eai pe-s a ste. icfc.iy. All Kinds ot iioaarai joooiu Woi K. dime on s.ur; notice. W ort luuu.t: ji uy ii ;uua uuo.uiJ. o. fosg ivausas avenue. FIANO TUNING. 1IANO Tl'MNG -J. L. She don. resident tuner ot lopeka lor the past 1 w emy-uiue iears. ills set v.ces are hunii. ii..' tne. htsimu s.tiiiius ol lite biait", but uc idefers wol'K at home. ihose wuo ajipreciaie evc;iienca of tunui, time rt gtnatiiig, action lejiiuani-g, and laai. care eiiei any vs n.cii insure. ,ne oesi lone and most uisiiuii qualities to Aa.ilatilo iiistiu luonts i.-au secure iii,-. services i.y .cavin g oi'uel s at K. li. t. Una's or iri.-iucoi-K. i-iosl s music SLOl'es. cir iter posiottice ad.iJes.T., J. E. &LLb.l- iiu., 1". U. Alox -No. 4-"J, lopeka. MONEY TO LOAN. ONLY to loan under buikiiiij; and loan plan Siav.iiaS Loan aasocianoa. lio west tAii. fO-NEV to loan on City prop -rty. Ad -A .eous terins. C. 1. lioatlai', jj Kat. vanta- an. ave. i ONK1 to ioaa, long or su ji t tune. a.j. .v ( i'ilc isansas ave. ry.EV EOANEU on Horses, p.aaos, noasd--s'- hoid iim.h and ail ittud-. o. c ia..u. joufi ties. 1.. ii.aiiiiii. oJJ i.aaaa aveaua, looiu .1. 1JA1: 1 lES wivhaig a sale and payai utrusC meiit lor taetr aioay. caa aw oaoo ua is. jl. Wood oi io., o- imuadi ave. , AUMS 1'iJi. SALK far.ios wtshtufr to buy A- lai in or cay property vvai u j woii to consult Jlobei't l.erica. iiu i .a i. 5l.i t. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. li. lel-ord I'a-ee. i c I i,' i 1 I V I I VP Aoperia, iviias. (OX J J V li-ljlO 1 . Oli.ce lloi.ei Anroop. li. VvAltij. A.AL. M. D., " " 71' IVA.VSAJ AVSVCH Hours: 2 to 5 p. in. Envo-vd, uospa-tl for wotnea ojj Cireenwood a vends. I JK. MAKV E. STEVVAKT. b.Pl HaiTisoa A- Street. Cousultinir iioars id a. in to z p. in. ri EN K W. KI ); . M. A'. ' "w'l I I ' I7t V lul-IKA, IVA-SSAS. f kMJ Itljr Jtilii. 8E. Sil lii.buN. ." I. !).. bU UtiV.UY A.VO DI3SA1BS OP UTOMES. With privaiohospii.au Udloei -No. 72 ) K ansa Ave. At. E. C!T!e Tffl Kan. Ave. Kesidanca, I3tli and City. Ollico Iioars 9 a, in. io xa a. m .and ii p. in. u I p. m. 1 hone yj. I J. iv. MULVANK- opdoii aiUjutiou ivaa tocdroulj tiisoasai. O.aco oj,3ii ail liouii 600 Kll. AT9. Piiono 82. L. A. RYDER, 171. D. . "VFFTCE and resatunca cor. Gordon street an! Central ave., 'ort:i l'ope.ia. i'uoue Mi. Lses tne liriuseraoll stem of Uecat iroa meut, a sueeesstul and pAuue-,s treawmeat tor puea, listuaa. usaara, aicotunua. e.c. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. C. M. Wf I.- h. V. WlujN. WELCH & WIIvIN, Al l'UK.Vil S A X LAW. t'il Kaunas AvenJ?. Commercial law and Land Lit a-iou. ! faulted A!or..;' i:res attended to. A'.acCiceia ad Sale aud 1 uiici ai Coui ts. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. IT 13 TUESDAY T TQ A Railroad Ticket. That tve much nnhouadtttl Hatmlaetion last Reasou. ARCHITECT. JOSEPH HAB SHALL, Arcliitect and Superintendent. 2TATZ0ITAL STA3LIIS, First-cltss Lirsry. Erdir. - a sociality ' Jackiia strest. ?r:r rietcn For posit ons in connection with the com ing session of Cue Legislature wul c well to cad and ijok at Uia ceal GflRDS That can be had la lots of E for IFI .25. from Charles TT? TTTTT? 87 Kansas Worrsll eiMtt sis slUi A.veeu. Tor Stomacli Bowel, Liver Complaints, and Headache, use CATHARTIC PILLS They ai-e purely vegetable, sugar-coated, speedily dissolved, and easy to take. Every dose inflective SA5TA FU EOJTJ. IBA1N9 TO RIDE O-f. In Eflect oil nd after Dec. 16, 1894. WESTHOUXTX 1 V Leave Arrive j Leave Trains. j 9 Kansas "lopeka. TopeKa. j City. j Wiehita & Tex. ! v.xpre ..I 113 R:l" am 10:3". am 10:40 am I 'en. i l ex. Lim1 CRiifornia Lim.. I Kansas Cilyi 5, 9:i ainjll :fW am 11:05 am 3 1:50 pill. 3:4a pill 3:50 pm ll C- inusf. j iOf' 4:30 pin! C-40 Hil -s. itiiit r.xpress .. j 7. M.A. &: B. Ace. ! j Ex. s.ynOay jM I I 9:ii0 pm 11 :ao pm 11 :45 pin j - 30 am Between Kansas City and lopeka only. EA.STBOUNIL Arrive I Leitve Topeka.' Topeka. Arrive Kansas City. Trains. K. C. Local j 114 Columbian Lima 4 Chioasio Lim i (' 1:50 pm 2:01) pill 4:20 pm 2:15 pm 2:40 ptlp 5:IH1 pm 5:45 pm 6:05 pm 8:00 pin Nitdit Ex Atlantic E.xu.. .. i 3:25 am ::15 MUli 5:15 am 2j 4:O0 am 4:10 auij 6:10 am I Kansas city phi- I no llau. & B. Acc.l Ex. &uuday... 15l! 0:00pm 7:30 ami 9:40 am Between Kansas City and Topeka. only. ATCillsON AND ST. J ISEIMI. Trains. No. I.ea e Leave St. Joo. Ate 'ii Topeka. lav Exjress ij4ht Exp 1115 8:00 am 9:00 am 10:55 am 107 8:05 pia 0:10 pm 11:15 pm Leave I Arrive ' Arrive Topeka. 'Atehis'n St. Joe. Mormnti Kxp. . Evening Exp. . lOHj 4:15am! 6:15 am, 7:20 am lOtli Ga.apmj 7:55 pm 8:65 inn Buy railroad. I'ullmau or steamship tickets of ROWLEY BiiCis., Amits Sania Fe route, southeast corner Sixth and Kansas avenue. Topeka. Or W. C. ti.AKVKV. Atrent at Depot, Or Arnold & son. Attouts, North Topeka, H0CX ISLA53 E0UT2. In effect on and after Dec. 2, 1854. WESTBOUND. Leave I I Kansas I Arrive I I.care City. 'lopeka. Topeka. Trains. No. Throusdi Fast; Express Bi 8 Chieajto. Texas; Express Ai 1 South we s t er m Express. ... A1 13 Souihwest Nig lit. E xpress.. . . . . A 25 9:00 pm 11:10pm U:20pm 10:50 am 12:55 pm 1:05pm I.VS..L; l :35 am 12:50 pm Lv S..I. 7:40 pm 11 :05 pm 11 :20 pm EASTBOLND. II Arrive No.' Arrive Leave Kansas 'Topeka. Topeka. I C ity. Trains. Solid Limited; Vestibule Ex- press A , St. Joseph and Eastern Ex-; press A Es press and Mail via St. Josenh C E x ji r e s s and! Mall via Kan-i sas Cliv Ai 2 8:15 pm, 8:20 pro' 5:25pm Ar S. .L 8:25 rm 6:50 pru 14 I Ar 3. .T. 5:40am 9:25am 6:85 am 5:35 am 5:40 am 7 :4.5am A Dally. F. Daily, except Saturday. (J Dally, except Monday. For tickets, sierpmer-car berths and general Information, call at City Ticket ofnee. 6o'l Kan sas avenue, corner Sixth si reel, f telephone 4,itii: at ras.-,msrer Station, corner I irst street and Kansas avenue, i telephone :is4) ; or at l'otoitice. North lopena, itoiepnon'1 :lo4i. 11. O. GARVEY. Ciiy I'asseuer Agent. csiQ5 PACirig. ChtEa of Tims. In Effect October 7, 1894. union pacific east bound. I Arrives Trains. No. Leaves I Leaves Kansas Denver. iTopeka. City. Eastern Vesti huied Express, Luaited 8 8-20 pm !:Mpm 5:00 pm 2 12.50 am! 7.W am 9:20 am UNION FACTFiO WESTBOUND. " Leaves j " Trains. No. Kansas i Leaves Arrives City. jTopeka Denver. j i Denver & Pacific I Vestiouied Express 7 6:45 pm; 8:55 pm: 1:40 pm I I l 9:00 am ii :oo am; S:45ani Daily, except Snopay. All others dailv. Train No. 8. solid vestibule to C!i .cago. Jinlng ear. free chair cars. etc.. mtiiiu,' over the Ciucairo & Alton from Kansas cuv. uas cliroush sleeper for St. Louis via M.s.souri I'ac.flc. iraio No. 7, solid vesuluLe for Denver, mak ing direct connection for Pacific eaast. tiirough FuimAQ car for bait Lake; through colonist car lo Portland, etc.. etc. Cuy ticket office, 55 Kansas avenue. WTISSOCRI PACIFIC. Train. No L'v's Topeka Topeka and Fort Scott ac connnoaatysQ 2si io:oo a. m. A't's Topeka Topeka aa.i Fort Scott ac wmtaoAiAtioo, 26 6:80 p.m. I T. S. W. KAST. . ' TTepekm-" I o..Jo.V r Tia Merlden aad I Iav I.avn worth, via Oskalooaa.. 4:60 rj.m Arrive Topeka, I ;20 p.m Accouiiiio iatiou. daily ex. Sunday. VIMAVOOJ) & HIGHLAXI) I'AKK It. It. ! Tra ns will leave (Juinev street station west j days for Vine wood as fo. lows: 6:4j, 11:51, 3.0", Ui41. trains wiu leave Vinewool for Q llncy strea; at 7-57, 1.0-. 4:1S. 6:50. ii. WHEY'S "HfliKT-r C'r-l. and Cold in ue K ;-,-. ZusttoitAy hi I on pplioat.ou ti . a. .S1 -f "s C L O' lOT'i; s. w . t r.. iBco w. ' -7?V ' -4 JKMle TBpta, Chlwuro. iffy?? -if ., Tri ial treatment or sample irof iit cr-igar., V-'3. QUEEN OF BOHEMIA." We were seated In one of the rooms of a pretty Parisian cafe. It -was a luiuriously furnished apartment, arranged with ex treme taste. My companion was a specu lator on tha bourse, a man with exhaust ive knowledge of the boulevards. As we were waiting for au order to be placed be fore us I casUa!ly scrutinized the apart ment. Etehind vis was a large mirror, and written upon it with a diamond ring was the word Julie." Puffing at a rip-art tte, involuntarily came a feeling of curiosity. Who was Julie? That word waa written in an attracti-e feminine hand. In what particular field of Bohemia had she moved? The cafe was frequented almost esclusive !y by painters, sculptors, musicians and members of the theatrical profession whose names were familiar to the public. I calied the attention cf my companion to the inscription and asked him who Julie was, but ho replied that tiie lady had flour ished Lefore his time, since he had seen the writing on the mirror when, "0 years before, lie had Crst come to Paris. Tha waiter placed before us an appetizing re past, and my friend, in the diverting milli ner of his countrymen, launched forth with an interesting criticism of current topics while we enjoyed the pood fare for which the proprietor of the place was famed. The next day I took a trip up the Feino find stopped for dinner at a little eating house which, from time immemorial, had been a rendezvous of artists. The rosy checked waiter placed a email bottle of wine before me on a table, in which were carved as nmny letters as though the place Avere a resort for college students. There wero many famous names engrossed there, end the proprietor pointed to them with pride, recalling the time when these art ists were unknown and led the happy, can-less life of bohemians, who had cop per instead of silver and sold jingling in their pockets. Suddenly my attention was called to a word carved there "Julie. " Who is Juliei-" I asked. The proprietor replied that the name was placed there by an artist, now re liowntd, and led mo to a room where liiany rouh pencil sketches were framed. This collection he prized highly, as well l e mifzht, for there in caricature and other wise were seen the faces of men and wom en who had caused a furore not only in Paris, but throughout the world of art. Among them wits the portrait of a t'irl, vivacious and charminp. I fixed her fea tures in my mind. Such was the second erep in delving into a bit of the past in Bohemia. This delightful girl appeared in a new role goon. I was looking over pome old canvases in a junkshop when, lo and be hold, I came across what was undoubtedly au unfinished Couticr. Moreover, the face w.s that of Julie. The master had painted her in the parb of a peasant, or perhaps he had met her before bho came to Paris and only painted a bit of nature. She was alone in the fields, and the majesty of tha pose and the remarkable grace and strength of the figure were quite charac teristic of the great artist. Julie in the fields was very different from Julie in the boulevards. Around her was the quiet of eventide. In the distance was the outline of a house which was the dwelling of a peasant. Here, however, was a cue, and I asked many French painters whom I had met incidental if they had ever seen the original of my painting, for I purchased the sketch from the proprietor of the shop for a mere nothing. But many of the old artist's pupiis could not recall tha face of the girl. Purely cut of curiosity I largely pursued the Investigation just to see how easily a queen of Bohemia may be by the world forgotten and pass out of eight alto gether. Besides, here, I thought, was the oppor tunity for a little romance the life of Julie, whoso name was carried from one generation to another in these resorts of talented people. Sometimes in studying the works of art of an epoch of painting one face may be seen appearing and reap pearing, the features of some favorite like Julie, who might have charmed Tit ian and his friends or Raphael and his disciples. Everjwliero we turn in the old gallerieis this memory of the past confronts us. Now it is ,a Madonna, then a Magxlalene, but the observer knows it is a real person, or one who has lived, who looks out from all these canvases, and he wonders what tales of Bohemia in those golden days of art might be unfolded if those lips could speak. So in many places glimpses of Jaiie were seen. A charming statuette re vealed her in vivacious mood. She waa one of the figures in a ballroom scene. Upon a celebrated monument an unmis takable likeness to her features looked down benignly. Her personality wenied to bo thoroughly imbedded in the art of Paris. One day while in a largo gallery I dis covered a grewbome scene at the morgue a young girl lying upon the marLle slab. It was a magnificent VAork. but startling in its realism, and yet it belonged to that pfriod of French art when realism was in its infancy. But a chill went through me when I recognized the features of the young girl who figured so prominently in the art of the day. Waa this the Julie of whom De M usset sail"; or several promi nent novelists wrote not dissected, for they did not dissect people in a literary manner in those refreshing days? The at tendant at too museum told his little story about the picture and the painter. 'It was painted from life, " he said. '"It was an actual episode." -Who was she?" 'We don't know that." One day while strolling through one of the pretty cemeteries I come to a grave marked by a plain btone. "Julie," it said. 'Who frhe was is known to her friends. When she died will be remembered by them. When she was born we do nos kr.ow. Enshrined in the hearts of poets, artists and sculptors are written her vir tues. What does it matter to others?" And that was as far as I ever went la my investigation. Detroit Free Press. Kapoleon t Sixteen. It was the autumn of 1784 when Napo leon went to Paris. He was in the bix teenth year of his ae, entirely ignorant of what were then called the "humani- j tits. " but well trained in history, geog i raphy and the mathematical sciences. Jiis knowledge, like the bent of his mind, was practica; rather than theoretical, and he knew more about fortification and sieges than about metaphysical abstractions, more about the deeds of history than about its philosophy. His defiant scorn and habits of solitary study grew stronger together, finding no vent except in a pee vith memorial addressed to the minister of war on the proper training of youth in I'reneh military sc hools. N everth-lesa he fottud almost if not altogether for the first tin.-e a boy friend in the person of lies Maz'is, his roommate, a youth noble by birth' and nature, a pensioner, moreover, lik3 biuiself. Professor Siuuow in Cen-tilJJf. First published Dec. 13, 1S91, in the official city paper. OHlcial Proceedings. Council Chamber, Topkka, Kansas, Dec 14, 1SJ4. Council met pursuant to adjournment. Present, Counciluittu llultuau, Patusou, ftteveua, StephensuQ, Ettliuger, Bradford, Burgess, Felloes and Fultou t); abdent, Griggs 1. . Oaiorum present, Mayor T. W. ilarri sou presiding-. Tne mtuuies of Dec. 3, 1894, were pre sented aud Mr. Bradford moved that tho reading be dispensed with and that the 6aiue be approved as published. Pending- the motion the mayor presented ve toes of the resolutions headed "Protest," which were adopted by vote of the coun cil ou Dec. ii, 1SJ4, and also veto of the items in the appropriation ordinance passed Deo. 3, lsy-I, of $55 to J. F. Mc Cabe and to il. J. Fae;ell. -Mr. Fehovvs moved that the approval of the minutes be postponed until the next regular meeting, which motion pre vailed. The following claims and accounts were presented and referred to the com mittee on claims and accounts, viz:: John Ititchie, for buildioif side walk on his contract $ John Ritchie, for sidewalk inter sections John Kuchie, moving brick 631.07 292. y.oU A. A. Fenn, for judgment against Decker, Aiuliins & Berry, as signed to city l,lo7.45 Tue committee reported the same back and recommended payment, which report was adopted. The committee ou claims and accounts reported back the claim of D. T. Palmer of fiiOU, for personal injuries, without recommendation. Mr. Bradford made a statement iu re ference to the claim, aud said that the owner of the premises claims that the sidewalk had been repaired just before the accident, aud that the walk was at the time, July , lb94, in good repair. On motion of Mr. iloimau the claim was re lerred to the city attorney. Mr. Palmer was precent, and made a statement, and -said he only wanted what seemed to him to be right and just. Petition of George Kimmerle and forty-live others, was presented, requesting that the Bidwell private insane asylum Lie removed; that it is a nuisance aud dangerous to the community. lieferred to committee on health and city attor ney. i he bond of A. A. Fenn. signed by him as principal, and IL 11. Fenn, Charles Blood Smith and B. J. Dallas, as sure lies, iu the sum of $2,27490, was pre sented, and on roll call was approved by iue unanimous vote of the council. The city engineer presented thfuurth and final estimate of $tWl.'o7 for side walks built by John ititchie, and also for sidewalk intersections built by him, 292.b2, which on roll call was approved by the unanimous vote of the council. The city engineer submitted plans, .specifications and sworn estimate of the cost of building boiler and putting same in place, pipe fittings and connections f or the electric light plant, as follows: . Boiler, as per specification $700 Pipe fittings and connections 145 Putting boiler in place 200 $1,045 On roll call the plans, specifications and estimate were approved by the unan imous vote of the council. The whole matter was then referred to the commit tee on gas and electric lights. Mr. Bradford moved that the city clerk be instructed to notify Irwin Palmer to remove his street stand now located at l he northwest corner of Kansas aveuue and Sixth avenue and that no further license will be granted him for that stand. The committee on streets and walks, in the matter of paving 12th street be tween Topeka aud Ty'er street, made the following report: Your committee rec ommend that the subject be reconsidered mi the first regular meeting of the coun cil in January next, in order that the parties who are interested may be heard On motion the report was adopted. Same committee made the following report: Your committee on streets and walks to whom was referred the matter of setting apart some street in the city to be macadamized by the pour unemployed laborers of this city, beg leave to report that it aeemi to your committee, at the present time, impracticable. On motion the report was adopted. The committee on sewers and water works to whom Avas referred the city at torney's report in regard to water rates, report progress and ask further time to make a thorough investigation. Bequest was granted. Mr. Bradford moved that the street commissioner be instructed to order the obstructions removed from the southeast corner of ienth and Kansas avenue. Car ried. The mayor submitted specimens of in crustations formed in boilers from city water. Mr. F. G. Ilentig appeared aud made a s'i'tement in regard to water rates. Mr. Tiilotson s tid he believed that an or l nance should be passed by the couu- I tixiuir water rates before tho court be asked to make a redaction. On moth n tue ciiy auciuey was instructed to pro ceed undor the resolution already adopt ed. The question of opening Beacon street waa taken up and considered. Dr. II. . Hoby and C. Ii. Titus made statements, and the matter was allowed to rest until such time as the city engineer can inves tigate the case in regard to the street line. Mr. Fulton introduced ordinance No. 1702, being "an ordinance to authorize the mayor and city clerk to issue war rants to John liitchie for sidewalks con structed in 1894." which waa read the firat time, and on motion of Mr. Fellows rule IS was suspended by the unanimous vote of the council. It was then read aud considered by sections and on separate motions sections one and two were adopted. The ordinance was then put upon its final passage aud passed by the following vote: Ayes: llolman, Pattison, Stevend, Stepheuson, Kttlinger, Bradford, Burgess, Fellows and Fulton 9. The title was agreed to. Mr. Bradford introduced ordinance No. 17t;:i, being "An ordinance to appropriate money out of the general lmpruvemit fund to pay John Kitchie for sidewalk intersections and moving brick," which was read the first time and on motion of Mr. Fellows rule lb waa suspended by the unanimous vote of the council. It was then read and considered by sections aud on separate motions sections one and two were adopted. The ordinance was then pat upoa its j I PXUG TODACCO. V a "tT - Flavor' t. v ... . s. A . $ '"m Consumers cj diswirj tokeco vb era willing to a Ilfikncre iki ik price charged fcr crdinig trade toWcos. will findtlis Brand superior to all othera BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. final passage and passed by the fi.ii .w ing vote. Aye: dolman, l'ati.io.i, S evens, Siepuea juii, B tiiuger, ir. i ford, Burgesa, Fellows and Fulton :'. The liil-j was agree I to. Mr. Fellows introduced ordinance N 1704, being "Ail ordinance to appr.n i money out of the sewer funds of a er districts No. 11 and 12 to pay A. . . Fenn's c!ai:n and interest to IMiviih , i 14, lb04,"' which was read Die first unm and ou inoiioujf Mr. Fellows rule IS w .n suspended ly the unanimous vote ol tiu council. It was then read and coa sidered by sect ions and on arate motions sections one two were adopted. The nance was then put upon its final rep. and Tli- pas- sage and passed tv the follow! Vote Ayes, Holman, Pattison, Stevens, Siepa enson, Kttlinger, Bradford, Burgess, 1 el lows, and Fultou 0. The tilie was agreed to. Air. Swanson appeared and said that he had been delayed on the wors on tho bridge on account of lumber, but will finish the work as soon us posmLle ami requested au extension ol time. No formal action was taken. Air. Burgess was excused for the bal ance of the session. Mr. P. J. I auny came forward ari l made a statement in favor of the new gas burner, now on trial in the council cham ber. -Mr. Bradford moved that the mat ter be referred to the committee on gas and electric lights. Mr. Fellows introduced the following resolution : Whereas, New sidewalk has been or dered built on the west side ol 'lyler street between Fifth and Sixth avenue, and Whereas, The walk lias not been built on account of difficulty in grading the street, therefore liesolved, '1 hat the several amounts of sidewalk tax set opposite the following named lots ou Tyler street bo ordered stricken from the lax-roll: South half of lot No. 147 II H '. 4 . s . M l!t oS ; '.i i s ;-( Lot No. 14'J. . South half of I,ot No. 1 55 . . Lot No. 157. . Lot No. I j'J. . lot No. 153 . , Lot No. 161 Total If 50 2- Also the following named lots on Mul vane 6treet be stricken from the tax roil: Lot No. 04 . . Lot No. Citj . , . 8 S , H s . 8 . 8 .34 Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot No. tiH . . No. 7d. . No. 72 . . No. 80. . No. 82. . ,8 8 il Side of lot No. 50. Total $8-5 si And ttie county treasurer is hereby authorized !o credit tiie several umntiiiU on his tax roll and charge the same to the city of Topeka. Tho city clerk is hereby authorized tu make tiie proper entries on the books of his office. On motion the abovs resolution waa adopted. The following resolution was offered by .Mr. Stevens: Besolve i, by the mayor and council. That tiie s:reet com m is-inner be, an 1 ia hereby directed, to change the tiling in front of lots Nos. loy and 11 1 on La,. street b" taking out tha small file in tha gutter aud putting in place such mizo of tile as will carry awav tne water. To be done under the supervision of the ci;y engineer.; On motion the above resolution was adopted. The following resolution wa.i ofTered by Mr. Euliuger: " Resolved, by tho mayor and council, That the city clerk be, an 1 is hereby in structed and authorize 1, to request ih. county treasurer to credit lot .No. 18 Polk street (owned by May and Berth Shuliz) with 55c lor 'erroneous siir-waj tax, and to charge the same to the city of Topeka. On motion the above resolution wan adopted. The followiug resolution was offered by Mr. Stephen jon: liesolved. By the mayor ami coucci!, that the street commissioner shall and hereby is in'truced to replace all th necessary aprons in the cross walks in Metsker'a addition. On iuveetigatioi it was found that about fifteen of tne-o. aprons were broken or too rotten for fur ther use with enfety to the traveling pub lic. Ou motion the above resolution was adopted O'lhe mayor appointed as appraisers fi r the opening and widening Western ave nue or Taylor street, the following, nam ed persons: F.C. Bowen, T. I Htringhatn end B. C. Garrard, who on roll t ail wore confirmed by the unanimous vole of the council. On motion of Mr. Holman, moved to adjourn until December 21, 18d4, at H o'clock p. in. which motion prevailed B. ii McFahden, City Clerk. A. 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