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STATE JOURNAL, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 25, 1895.
A X TS, II E" TS, S IT- .ti TTATlnYS I! V. K I. ESTATE, AUC TION SALES AM) OTHER CLASSIFIED AD- The Topeka State Journal guarantees, every day it Is printed, to give a local circulation by far 'mur than all other Dailies com bined.' This makes this paper the cheapest, as well as the best, daily advertising medium in Topeka, the, classified advertisements below costing but Fi?c Cents & Line, or 20 cents a line for a week; SO cents by tha month. Average daily circulation for the six months ending June 30, 1895, was 9,334. Sworn detailed statements of circulation pre sented to advertisers on application. Call and see any afternoon beUen 4 and 5 o'clock the. handsomest, fastest, most perfect piece of machinery in Kansas a Web Per fecting press, which prints from two to three complete 8-page papers per second. SITUATIONS WANTED FREE. Are you in need of work? If so, you are at liberty to use these columns for assistance in that direction. While this notice appears the State Jolrxai. will publish lree on Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, for Topeka or Kansas people, all notices of "Situations Wanted," not exceeding five lines, or thirty-five words, in length, provided that all advertisements of that nature are handed in previous to ten o'clock Saturday morning; also on Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday, ail advertising of tills class handed in by ten o'clock Wednesday morning. No advertisements of this nature to be startel except on Saturdays and Wednesdays. No obli gation is incurred on the part. of the advertiser. No-worthy and needy man or woman need hesi tate to take advantage of this offer. No one in business or having employment is expected to take advantage of it, but all others are invited o avail themselves freely. WANTED HELP. "WANTED Ap'ace to do sewini in family. Can cut and fit. Addrois 1M9 Lane St., Topeka. TT ANTED Agents, ladv or trentleman: new " thine-; admits to evpry household; no cash required. Call at 307 Polk. W'ANTKl) By a . compe ent young lady, copying or writing of anv kind. Can fur nish best of references. Address J. E. S. care Journal . TANTFn Fva yo:mi man work of any k,nd in store. Address 4-6 Jefferson. "VT ANTED Position in country newspaper oftice as foreman or job or news composi tor. 1 y a sober, practical printer of twelve year's experience. Can furnish recommenda tions as to habits and ability. Address lock bns "7. ( rea t lienct. Kan. "4'ATL1 Work of any kind by a young colo-ed man who can lur-iish good refer ences. Address C. F. S. this olttci. AVAMTP-F.v a mason and brick'ayer stone work of any kind; (Hie repa.rui'j or ;inv repairs in that line. August Palm, 21V east 5lh st. Harrison 'phone '.Vjs'. -VANTr:D-.Agents. latU or gentlemen, to canvass the cily; guod thing. Ca.l at 3J7 Folk st. TVANTf lJ A reliable, active gentleman or lady to travel for reliable, established h.'MHe. Salary K.s;'. payable :ir, weekly, ami Money advanced fore;onses. Situation s eady Peierencci. Enclose self addressed stamped envelope. A. E. He. President, Chicago. "VT ANTFD C.iocerv salesmen to take orders from farmerraiul make deliveries at de pot. We oiler special inducerneu -s to experi enced, competent men. Write ffr liberal terms quick. f.oeriu & Browne Co., Wholesa.e cro ccrs. Cii'.e:ejo. &ifl To ?15f! salary paid salesmen inrciL'ars: -M'"7exnerienee no't necess rv. I-;xtra induce ments to customers. Bi.-hop & Kline. St. Louis. WANTED M ISC ELL AN EO US. "WANTED To buv a L'ood second hand car- pet. Uxlt; ft. Address ;H Journal. WA'N'TFn-l'seof piano for its srnraire: best of care; no children. K. V. K. journal. "V Y'AXTF.I) Centleman to snare room with v ' g.-ntlcman or ladv to share room with lady with or without board. 318 east Ilia st. WTANTEIi Stock to winter bv the month. Horses cattle il per month. Plenty water. eec I and salt: 6 miles southwest cf To peKa. J. K. Taylor. Topeka, Kan. WANTED To order your stove eastings. Sneliten. haraware, 702 Kansas ave. ""AN1 ED young lady to share room and take board in private faaiilv at sij per month. Address Board. Journal ofliee. YV ' ANTlcr Your cr.n-et eie.miro niMrm ia process) J. 1! Fosdlck. -tut y'uincy. "W'ANIED Your freight to haul. Your safe to move. our houscliold -joods topack. ilnp. move or store. Sain is Skinner. 5 II IP AN'ls 'lransier i-Storage Co. 123 east tilll. Telephone ibo. "STE,,-5ar"es '"'Pcc-au- KKKIi;!l r t.) ., eeave their bills of la hmr. or call us by -phone, eronipt deliver-, make oi dav of arri i,t?,KKA 'I'KANSF'K CO.. 500 Kansas ave. Fitner Phone 3JD. F. p. Pacoa. Prop. V'ANTED Application for loan? oa gool city or larin property. Kat.is si-; to jeven per cent loifrest a.-cording to sizooflota. Sli.o Norton, agent, no west Sixth ave.. Xouo ka, Kaus. L' nhK .FE?T-. t'nfuniis'ied rooms lor light "pnn KENT Nice'y furnished rooms with boanl. cu Jefferson. "jtih KENT ov. l. furnished room; ul-o rooms fmnislied for linht house keeivn" Air rooms have good furnace heat. Kent cheap.' J, UK 1;lnt Furnished rooms at )6 .Monroe L'S-enSr i?? .T'M' house in good .tiiu cistern. 5oj Tyler FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. puprsiirij'pT; barrels jjj - FtaaidTiert1.J4'1:,B- SU"e aQli Pano. 4a F.v-1""38 Jery cow. 1033 Coilegi n n n Tk a K i FOH RENT HOUSES. F tiVerVi STk56- I0- Ha"'son st. Dr. D. j :OJl SALK Full lincof new stoves at the lowest prices otany nouseiu uuuty.nuu s adiusiabie stove castings for cook stoves aie the best in Kansas. Hull Stove Kepair Co., 116 ea-st 81 h st. I : : TT Oli SALE One No. 18 Kouna oaK in good J- crnditibn. $il. Stored at Hull Stove Kepair Co.. 116 east Slh st. - 101! SALK A medium sized, nearly new ! star Oak stove, cheap. 13)3 Clay st. IOi; SALE Cheap; Smith Premier typewrit er good as new. 634 Jefferson st. FOli SALE A gentle family horse and a second hand phaeton. Southwest corner of College and Euclid aves. OB SALE Phaeton $7u; 1-J68 Van Buren. Ii Ol! SALE Grocery in fine location doing a good business. An opportunity for right party. Better investigate at once. Address "Opportunity," care Journal. FOli SA1 E Washburn's pure apple cider, lec per gallon; send orders to 823 Kan. ave. or box J66. LOST AND FOUND. T OST On west side of town a roll book. Finder returning same to M. Waterson, Duttou house, wilt receive reward. OST Front door to my cook stove. Please leave at Journal office for reward. 1" "OUNl Fiace to get your watch or clock FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. 17OR SALE At a great sacrifice if sold this week, a G room house, fine yard and shade. Inside property. Address Owner, Journal. ,R SALE Smali farm 4 miles from state house; address Box 100, Topeka. 1 ;OK KENT Oli SAL1 Dpsirnole home3 in oakiami. r. c-. Moore. 4'u Kansas ave. IOH l.'K.AL ESTATE or rental property, see Jleiiediet.&.Oo., GUI Kansas ave. IF you want to sell IF you want to buy IF you want to rent F you want to trarte IF you want a loan on CALL ON OR WRITE, HEAL ESTATE T. G. Shilllnglaw, lirEast 5th st.. Topeka. Kansas. MISCELLANEOUS. iIANii LESSONS Charles Cohen will give lnstruetions oH piano tor 'doc. studio 03 Kansas ave., secyud floor. GET UINEAKto hgure on hanging your wall pap.er. formerly wstli E'. C. Sears. Leave orders at Sheiden's' hardware store, 7i)'2 Kan.av. MKS.M A liY McKINSTR Y, magnetic healing massage treatment. Kesideuce and ofrice 33" Jackson. Harrison phone4uS. y(l KSSMAKING -Cail and have your fail d.esV.'S hulde at ?irs. 1-islier's dressmaking parlors, 417- Kan.-a-e-. Have -6 years experience and all work guaranteed hrst class. MON E Y to- loan on real estate in amounts from jM up. C. K.-Jewell. 5S4 Kansas Ave. TT-FriiTFiED- Brick w-aiks laid cneap. 1 L'ilcliie. lioo uuiney.sx. PIANO iEACHEli-i lizabeth Lingard, M.B SiudiQ,.;doyve5t Oih s.t. liifc KtSl Known iiemedv fox Female Troubles. UJica No. 'J. Coiuinbian Huiidiu ' l.aaies in a. tendance. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS K. Si ELLA K1..BY'. Goo Kansas ave. ofliee hours 10 to 11 a. nr., 2 to 4 p. m. 'I hone i a L. A. RYDER, M . D. OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon street and Central ave., Nonh looeka. Phone 214. Fses Hie Brinkerhoff system of Keerai treat merit, a successi'ut ami painless treatment for pues. fistula, tisnure. ulceration, e.c. K. SHELDON", M. D.. ' SU1K1KR AS1) D-SKASES OF WOMPX, With private hospital. Office: No. 720 Kansas Ave ! DA C. BAKNES. M. V. Office 732 Kan. Ave. Pes dence 13th and Ciav. o:iice hours - Da. m. to 11 a. in., and 3 p. m. to 5 p.m. Liarrison telephoue 9s residence, and 'J'j otiice. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. W1" F. SCnnciT. Attornev at Law, C25-G27 1 Kansas ave. Practices in ad courts. LKEPT Pi. HORTON". (late Chief Justice) J v with Y;:;cgciier. Korion it Orr. Lawyers. 1 ooms 4, 5 and 6, Third tloor, Cen.ral National Bank. C. 31. WELC H. E. i. W JLSON. WELCH & WILSON. ATTO'-tXEYS AT I. AW. 6'.'3 Kansas Avenue. Commercial Law and Laud Litigation. De faulted JUor.gages attended to. Practice in all Slate and FedeTa) Courts. PIANO LESSONS. TTAl:Y WOIiKAL. No. 715 Polk street. " 1 J essons lifty cents each at pupil's resi dence in any pari of town at anv hour, morning, alternoon or evening. First published in the Topeka Stale Journal October 25th, i5.J PROPOSALS. October 23th. 1S95. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until October aist, lsDn. at r, o'clock p. m., to furnish coal at such times and in such quanti ties as may be required for the use of the dif ferent departments, lire stations and city elec tric light ssacion, for one vear. Each proposal milt state the kind of coal, pr.ee per bushel or ton for each kind of coal including slack coal. All coal must be weighed on city scales and proper ticket of weighmaster to be attached to each claim, except the coal used at the electric light station, which shad be weighek at such places and on such scales as mav be designated by the superuiende.it of electric lights, itnd snail be delivered on cars at the city' electric light station in Topeka. Ail proposals must be accompanied by a cer tihed check cf ..ioo.oo to the credit of the city of lope .a.as a guarantee, that it anv bid be ac cepted by the city, the partv making Hie same wdi enter into a written contract w.thiu three days a:ter such award, and will give a good and surbc:ent bond to be approved by the mavor, for the faithful performance of the contract. 1 he mayor and council reserve the right to reject any or ail bids. S. S. McFadden-, City Clerk. L. D. IIcKHTLEY, M. D. Gives special attention to Diseases of Children 302 West Sixth Street. Fitzsimmons Talks. Corpus Christi, Texas, Oct. 25. Said Fitzsirrimons: "Corbett has acted a coward and a sneak in the whole busi ness, and if I ever meet him I'll tell him so to his face. I intend texcom plete my four weeks' training at this place, lig-ht or no fig-ht " 'Fireman Fatally Injured.. . Albany, X. Y., Oct. 25. The probable death of J. C. Griffin, assist ant chief of the tire department, and the los of S2U0.0OO are the results of a fire which destroyed the immense store and stock of Ii Stark fc Co., fancy goods and millinery establishment. For Purity and Strengtli QYPSY QUEEJU POWDER Is Guaranteed to be Equal to . Any in the Market. DJtiON PACIFIC. Chance of Time. To Take Effect Sunday January 6, 1S0C. WESTBOUN'). Leaves i Trains. - lo. Kansas Leaves Arrives City, j'i'opeka Denver. Denver & Pacific ) Vestibuled Express 7 7:30 p:ni 9:40 pm 2:25 pm 1 9:S0amll:20am 4:09am EAS'i BOUND. j Arrives Trains. Xo. Leaves Leaves Kansas Denver. Topoka. City. Eastern Vesti bu:ed Fxpress, Limited 8 8:20 pm 2:50 pm 5.0ojm 2 12.50 pull 6:37 am S:50 am Daily, except Sun; ay. All others c'ily. Train" No. s. solid vestibule to Chicago, dining ear. free chair oats, etc.. running over the Chicago & Alton from Kansas City, has through sleeper fur 1st. Louis via Missouri Pac.tic. '.train No. 7. solid vestibule for Denver, mak ing direct connection for Pacific coast, through Pullman car for iSatt Lake; through colonist ear to Portland, etc., etc. City ticket otiice, &23 Kansas avenue. MISSC "KI ACIFIC. Train. No L'v's Topeka Topeka and Fort Scott ae- . ' conimooation CSj 8:3t a. m. J A'v'sTojeka Topeka and Fort scott ae- j . conunodation 2S6 5:30 p. m. - SOLID THROUGH- TMIIB FROM Kansas City St. Joseph -TO- St Levi's, Chicago, Cmaha, Teoria, St. i'sal and Minneapolis. TTith lining Cars, Vestibuled Brawing . Eofln Sleeping Cars, Ssolinin Chair Cars (seats free.) Only cn change of Cars to The Atlantic Coast THE BEST LINE FOR New York, Boston, Baltimore, Washington Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Niagara Falls, Pittsburg, And Eastern Points. For Full Information Address H. C. ORR, AiJi't Gen'l Pass. Ag't., Kansas City, JEo. THE Chicago & Alton R. R. OJLY ST0E BALLASTED TRACK. NO CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN Kansas City Chicago, Kansas City m St. Louis, St. Louis Z Chicago. So Extra Charge for Passage in PALACE fECLlMSG ffiAIR fcARS XOK IN Fast Yestikled Limited Trains. Ask vour own Home Ticket Acent for tic!-eU Via the Chicago Si Altou Kauroad, or write to D. BOWES, Goal Western Passenger Agt, 213 North Broad-way, St. Louis, Ms. J1HES CHARl.TOJi, Ceneral Fasssnser and Ticket Agsnfc CHICAGO, ILL. flRAM HULSE, f 'A Car. Elmwoci and Willow Are.. : d Potwia flace, TopeJia, Kansas. Grows and sells PianU. Makes if .tjj s specialty or jut r lowoti uoea ?') all Kicd9 of floral work in first class maoaer. Telephone 153. T ii ifi - rTt ii --' -ii i i -ii -mm i imtlt ii 1 Try Wa9hbura'a pure apple cider, 13 cents per gallon. 4("f"s C I F YOU NEED THEM, E HAVE THEM At prices that will make you buy. Read. the Following: Ufa' Mji. (latet . ..2,85 Ladies' ieedie Toe Freneli Kid I J R , . .Worth43.00. ipI.-lU Ladies'Band-torii French Kid Q A f( Worth $2.75. ipl.lU Cliildrcfl's. School Slides... UK Worth $1.50. I U Men's ISeedie Toe French Calf $ 0 ft R - , . -Worths. 00. tytl,jO Boys' and Youths' from $1 h Q - Worth S2.00. tpl.LPU Ladies' High Shoes & Oxfords A A A. few pair left. Per pair , J J EEME&SEB TH3 PLACE 0 is A 13 1 511 Kansas Ave. AMITSKMEXTS. RAND OPERA HOUSE October 25- "TheLeaaini Liirlit of German Comedy." "SWEET S.N3ER" Chas A. (Karl) Gardner, In his new Comedy Urania, "The Prize Winner" 20 peop'e in ihecast; 4 acts, each with spe cial scenery; a genuine troupo of Tyrolesn singers; Kunley clii:(lrt-n: p;reat ava audio scne: hoar Mr. Gardner sing "Apple Blos som;" great Turn Fest scene. SeaU ou sale ar Sims' "Wednesday. 1'iices $l.uu, V5c, 5jc, 25c. RAND OPERA HOUSE MATIXEE AND XIGHT. Saturday, October 26tli' JULES WALTERS' Big Comedy Production New, "SIDE TRACKED." A rOSIIIVE K0VELT7. . Everything "Up-to-Date." RAND OPERA HOUSE f4ondav, Oct. 28. AiiD GRAFT'S C0MEDI.OS In the Kollioking Musical Farce Comedy, azzier In Its sixth year of steailily increasing success. Three h.mrs of COMEDY! SONG! DANCE! By clever comedians, pretty girls and graceful dancers. EVI KTTEJIXtt SEW THIS YEAR. See Bobby Enlston, the Only and Original FI NNY LITTLE MAN." RAAYFORD'S OPERA HOUSE O CNE WEEK SECI-VG OctoTssr 28. The Mascot Attraction HOLDSn COMEDY CO., Supporting the bright Soubrette KIITIE HE L' KXE, In a repertoire of NEW I'LAYS. SONGS and DANCES. Monday night the Domestic Comedy. "ANGIE," Introducing is of the the latest specialties, in cuding tuo clever child dancer. LITTLE MAY. SPECIAL Monday nifihe soc w.ll admit one piitleinnn and ladv. or two ladies to reserved seats, if bought before 0 p. m. .Monday. Prioi'8 IOp, nnd S )p. Seats on sale Friday morning, Sim's drug store. . -r. J. M. KNIGHT Anti-Combine Undertaker. 404 and 40S Eansaa Ar-auo. Pcone 52. 4ni Si3 Ksrtb EaEEie Are. I tone 25. tSmVv Anbilniite t trains or mnjr pin of tbe city Day r Kisbt. Will positivlv Keep the hair In curl from one to two weeks. 6rml6ss. uaranteed absolutely FOR SALE BY George W. Stansfield, 632 Kansas Ave. Everybody takes the Journal. f I- i R I a mm d mm WMSti csio kif Mil y w lis cial Sale in Under we'ar' Tomorrow. $ We have never given yon better bargains ip any special sale in any department than wa, will in this. You know if it pays to put faith in our promises. THE TOPEKA ALTCELD'S INSTRUCTIONS. Appoints Seven New Mine Inspectors mnd Tells Them What to Do. Chicago, Oct. 25. Governor Alto-eld secretly appointed seven state mine inspectors, and yesterday be sum moned them before him, gave ihem their commissions and then made the following' talk to them regarding- their duties. The governor said: . "The mining laws of this state were enacted for the protection of the weak and poor. The rich man, who is strong, can take care of himself. These coal miners are sometimes ignorant of their rights, always poor ana tiepenaent, ana can not manifest their dissatisfaction with ob jectionable conditions prevailing around the mines without risking their jobs. You are, therefore, appoiuted by the State to do for them what they can not do for themselves. I, there fore, insist that in inspecting mines you do so without permitting the operators or their representatives to atfcomj'any you. Make your inspection thorousr li and independent, without their aid. After you have done so, find out from the men if there is any ground for complaint among them. I further wish to say that there has been en tirely too many accidents, not that there have been more within the past few years than formerly, but I mean to say there were some accidents that should have been avoided." CORBETT STILL WILLING. Be Makes Another offer to Give Fitz a Chance for a Fight. Hot Speijtgs, Ark., Oct. 25. "I gave to every newspaper representative last night my final proposition in order to make a fight possible, naming ten re putable, unbiased men for referee, giving Julian until noon to-day lo ayree to one of them or suggest others. Juiian left here this morning uncere moniously without arranging any thing. I further said I would wait until noon to-morrow (Friday) for him to deposit S10,00t with any "reputable man, in order to make his boasts good, 1 claiming that nothing further could be done without his side stake or a ref eree. I will wait until noon to-morrow, and, Fitzsimmons not accepting my fair proposition, I shall leave for Xew York at 3 p. m., and pay no further attention to Fitzsimmons. James J. Corbett. Closed Against Americans. Washington, Oct. 25. Apparently the British authorities feel they have gone as far as prudence and courtesy permits in assisting in the education of our naval constructors, for the Navy department has been notified that hereafter no American naval of ficers will be permitted to take the course at the Greenwich Royal School of Kaval Architecture, a privilege which has been enjoyed by them for many years, with such signal benefit that they have usually graduated at or near the head of their classes. The Glasgow school and. that at Paris, however, are still open to our young constructors, and with the opening of the Cornell course on naval architect ure the Navy department feels it can get along very well. So Discourtesy Intended. Losdox, Oct. 25. The Chronicle says: Iveediess comment has been made on Ambassador Bayard's absence from Lord Salisbury's usual Wednes day reception at the foreign office. Xo discourtesy was intended. Mr. Bay ard, in accordance with the diplomatic custom, awaits Lord Salisbury's an swer to his dispatch regarding Venez uela, and does not need to personally attend until the answer is forthcom ing. Lord Salisbury will possibly send an answer to-day. Perfectly friendly relations exist between the two countries. Shot Each Other to Death. Houston, Texas, Oct. 25. Sidney Lane, a Southern Pacific brakeman, started out yesterday with blood in his eye and pistol in hand to hunt Conductor C. H. Neville. The latter had been warned, and when he saw Lane opened fire on him. Lane re turned the fire and a desperate duel ensued. Neville was struck three times and died in an hour. Lane was hit twice and will die Neville refused to let Lane run on his train because he disobeyed orders. lngrersoll for Annexation. Bloomisgton, lib, Oct. 25. Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll. addressed the an nual reunion of the Soldiers' and Sail ors' Association of McLean.' county here yesterday afternoon. In the course of his remarks he advocated strongly the annexation of Canada, Hawaii and Cuba.- The stars and stripes should wave over all the coun try from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic ocean. He also emphatically favored recognition of the Cubans- as belligerents. His sentiments were re ceived with thundering applause. Missouri Press Association. Warrexstjtjrg, Mo., Oct. 25. The twenty-ninth annual meeting of the Missouri Press Association convened at Pertle Springs yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. President John W. Jacks of the Montgomery Standard, occupied the chair. About 100 mem bers of the association are present. Will Arri-tih'l':M. Denver, Oct. 25. Department Com mander Wheaton has promised Governor Mclntire that any of the northern Ctes who miy be accused of violating the laws of Colorado, will be arrested upon their return to their reservation and brought back to Colorado for trial, Subscribe for the Daily 3TateJotjk-al. CASH DRY GOODS COMPANY, POPULAR LOW Popular because of low prices and good Gro ceries. A guarantee of satisfaction or money re funded. ; The. largest retail grocery in the city. We make you the low prices and save you those good hard-earned dollars. Look over this list and see if there isn't something yGu want. 300 sacks of fine California Granulated Sugar we'll sell 19 lbs. for $1,00; 100 lb. sack for $5.20. Dry Salt Meats, per lb $ couiury -moKeti uac-on. per id Sutar Cured Hams, per it Ca:ifomia Hams, per In Good Pure LarU, per lb Boneless Hviin. per lb. Cooked Ham. per lb 2 lhsTLiCit lJu.terine Ink. or white Coiyrado Toiatoes. per bu . C'oiorKdo Potatoes iu 10-bushel lots 8 ban; Silk Soan 8 bars Lennox Sioap 8 bars White lUissiau Soap Silk Soap, per box 6 lbs Lump starch Lewis Lye. per can , Wooden Paiis Wash Tubs Wash Boards Sweet Potatoes, per bushel Buttermilk Soap, per box Cocoanut Oil fcoap, 12 cakes Tubular Lanterns 2-ib pku; Lolled Oats 3 pkfe's Pettijohn's.Breakfast Food . 10 . . 10 .12'i . (10 .. 55 . -5 ,. 25 . 25 .2 8) ,. 25 . 10 . 10 , 30 .. 10 . 20 . 1 . 20 . 30 11 los t-eoten oats 25 15 !hs Pearl Hominy 25 12 lbs Hominy Grits l5 1 pkg Wheatena 25 2 pkgs W heatall 25 2 pugs Grenola 25 1 pksr Wheatlet 15 2 pkirs fhedded Wheat 25 1 lb pks: :-hel,ed Pop Corn 5 3 pkgs Soil Kisinir Buckwheat Flour 20 3 p gs Pancake Flour 25 lbs new Navy Beans 25 6 lbs S:iro and Tapioca 25 6 lbs Pearl Harlev ' 25 6 lbs good clean Itiee 15 6 lbs pure : ew York Buckwheat Flour 25 3 pkgs Macaroni 25 No. i and No. 2 Laino Chimneys 5 Lantern Globes. 3 lor 25 3 ch;7eu boxes Parlor Matches 25 Spanish Olives, per quar; 20 Pickles, per g ilion f u Kraut, per galion 20 4 pkirs besi Condensed Hinee Meai .... .... . 25 2 sacks table Salt 5 Battle Ax Tobacco, per lb is Toddy Tobaeeo. per ib 15 1 ib s:,ck Smokms '1 obacco 15 Lngg's Bushel Baskets .". . . 15 Mail Orders Packed THE STAR Telephone 252. THIS WEEK WE OFFER. 100 Pattern Hats, worth $15, for 50 Pattern3 Hata, worth $12, for. 25 Pattern Hats, worth $9 each, for 500 hishest grade Pur Felts, iiatrimmed, $2 kind, for 1,000 English Pelt, fine goods, f 1 kind 800 Hisses' and Children's Hats, best shades, $1 kind.... 100 cheap Sailors 400 high grade trimmed Sailors, 1 kind Half Saved by Buying: Hera. CLOAKS. $8.00 Cloaks for 17.00 Capes for 100 kinds at lower prices than was ever named before. SHOES- We have 3jO pairs of $2.50, $3 03 and $4.00 Ladies' fine shoes sam ples and odd lots, which we oiler this week for $1.00 a pair. CLOTHING. Boys' $2.50 and $a00 Knee Pants Suits for $2.00 per suit. See our Silverware. See our Dress Goods, our Ladies' Underwear, all at down prices. 533 Kansas Avenue LJ,.'.--.k,rfl--'--?r A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT TO SHAVE WITH.' ?S THE PROPER THING FOR HOUSE-CLEANINGU jo ricIVAWlJL pus 3&VAOHVH Robra and Klanlteta At Columbus Buggy Co. Kobr-s anil Blankets At Columbus Baggy Co. 108 East Sixth St. PEI0 GE0CBP-Y. Canned Goods. California Table Peaehes, Apricots, Plums, Grapes and Laspbnrries. per Can S 10 4 eans Blackberries -5 3 cans Blueberries 25 3 cans ( berries 25 a cans Gooseberries 25 3 cans Pie Peaches 25 3 cans Ka-pberi-ies 2- 3 cans Strawberries a 25 5 cans Best Tomatoes 25 5 cans Best lVas 25 5 cans Best Corn 25 5 cans Best Pumpkin 25 5 cans Best Sti-uji; Beans 25 8 cans Oil Sardines 2.5 2 cans Mustard Sardines..-. 15 4 cans Oysters 25 3 cans Mackerel 25 1 can Shrimp 20 4 cans Salmon 25 2 cans P.oast Beef 25 2-lb cans Anderson's Jams and Jellies, can. 25 3 cans App.e Butter , 25 Flour. F3oiir. Big . Crosby's Beit. Topeka Palent. Pawl ii. Best, Le'iter Patent and Gold Post, p'r sack $ SI Go-den Kod. Shawnee Fancy. Crosby's No. 1. HacKiiey Fa:eiu atul Li.y. per sack 80 5o-.b sack IJ.a stoa Flour 1 il0 uJ-lu sack Clover Leaf or Kose 70 Dried Fruits. 8 lbs California Kalsins 3 tbs Cul;l-rn;a i'eaeiies 3 ibs California Tr.nv.'S 2 liis Ca.iT'ornia Fancy Apricots Laspberries. per lb 5 pk(is Currants 7 lbs Bu.k Currants New Citrous, per lb Lemon and Gian?.e Peel, per lb .... .... 3 lbs Smiana ceLi ess Kat.-.m-; New Californi.t SLra.ued Honey in tw-.b by the can oc per ib. . .$ 25 and Delivered to Depot. 29 A. i GROCER. 112 East Sixth St. . $7.17 each . 6.21 each . 4.23 each U6 each 44 each 44 each 20 each 03 each $4.50 each i-i.M each See Ana We aim please our trade Feeriesj Steam Laundrv, 112 and 114 West Sth. Give us a trial Peerless bteam Laun dry. A. H. SHARUM.