&TATE JOURNAL, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9,
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TION SALES AND
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VERTISEMENTS. Thi Topkka Stat I JotjRifAi. guarantees.
CTery day It is printed, to give a local circulation
ty far more tbaa all other Dallies com
bined. This makes , tills paper the cheapest,
as well as the best, daily advertising medium in
Topeka. the classified advertisements below
, costing but
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er 20 cents a line for a week; GO cents by the
Average dally circulation for the six month
s ending June 30, 1895, was 9,334.
r Sworn detailed statements of circulation pre
sented to advertisers on application.
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Are you In need of work? If so, yon are at
liberty to nse these columns for assistance In
that direction. While this notice appears tha
Ktatb Journal will publish free 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
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Saturday morning; also on Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday, all advertising of this class
handed in by ten o'clock Wednesday morning.
No advertisements of this nature to be started
except on Saturdays and Wednesdays. To 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. Ho one in
business or having employment is expected to
take advantage of It, but all others are invited
avail themselves freely.
"VVAJi TED Competent watchmaker. In
" quire at Kay Parmeter, 837 Kansas ave..
"ANTED To do family washing. Mrs.
uougias, aoa ciay st
, W7" ANTED A situation as house keeper for
a widower or old couple; best of refer
ence. Address L. J. K. Journal.
ANTED Work by a boy of 16; would
learn trade. Address D. C. Journal.
TV" ANTED Situation by a young man of 21
T years, in office or score. Experience in
both. Address N, care Journal.
,TANTED Housework to do in small fami
ly by German giri. Address 311 .tim St.
, to $150 paid salesmen for cigars; ex-
r' " v ' perience not necessary
ducements to customers.
Bishop & Kline, SC.
. Louis, Mo.
WANTED Hour order for coal 2000 lbs to
everv ton. Topeka Transfer Coal Co., of
fice 509 Kansas avo. lei. 320; yard tel. 520.
ANTED Good sound vounor work horse.
about 900 or loot) pounds at 522 Jackson st.
OUTBADE-A good steer for a good milch
cow. Call or address 1710 Madison.
"VVT ANTED Horses to winter at Vinewood
park; enquire 215 east 10th st.
VTANTED A lady who is employed during
the day to occupy or share room in mod
ern house with furnace aud bath. Cheap rent
and board if desired; private family. Address
Home, Journal office.
AT" ANTED Horses to winter. Best of stab-
ling. Leave orders at 616 Kansas ave.
H. W. McAfee.
A V7" ANTED You to try our heavy adjustable
cook stove castings. Stoves and repairs.
Hull Stove Kepair Co., 116 East 8th sc.
WANTED Stock groceries or treneral mar-
cnaoai.se. tjasu. Journal omee.
'ANTED Your carpet cleaning. (Harmo-
"Vr ANTKD Your freight to haul.
Your safe to move.
Your household goods to pack,
f hip, move or store. S;iin &. Skinner,
li I ECU ATiTS Transfer & storage Co. 123 east
6th. Telephone 1S6.
tV ANTE1 Parties xpectln; FREIGHT to
" leave their bills of lading, or call us by
"phone. Prompt delivery make on day of arri
val. TOPEKA TKANSFR CO., 600 Kansas ave.
Either 'Phone 320. K. P. Bacon. Pron.
AVAMED Application for loans oa good
" city or farm property. Rates six tD
ffven per cent interest according to size of loan.
Milo Norton, agent. UO kui Sixth ave.. Xoua
jrijwFO R jlNT-jHOJJES;
"IOK RENT Several desirable 5 to 9-ronm
houses, cheap. Benedict & Co.. 601 Kan. ave.
TpOR RENT Five room cottage in good re---
pair. 103.) Fillmore st. Apply to J. R.Han
kla. .National hotel. 1
J'OR KENT Furnished rooms; also two
rooms suitable ligh 1 housekeeping. 307 e Sth.
TOR RENT-Furnished front r3om with
tr n - t- .r-V,.-'"' "0.aua.ceu
... iui3. a-. nfluitr, bla lylcr St.
EOR RENT Furnished room with or without
board at 301 west 12th st.
L T?-n RENT Furnished room, with heat, sult
T -- able for two gentlemen. 522 Monroe st.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
"COR SALE One upright piano "Star." cost
J125: wu.' toke ?-'00 oasn- Address J. M.
lucvunuicK, ortn xopexa, Kansas.
fiHOlCE FAMILY cows at public sale Friday
Jan. 10. 10 a. m.. 3 miles east of North To-
Seka on Grantvilie road. Cash or good paper,
lary E. Wriuht. lfmiiratn nMn.Tu.
T?OR SALE On easy payments, best sewing
fr machine made, the Standard. E. XT.
Hughes,iu7 East 5th street.
FQR SALE-SwiU cheap.
LOST AND FOUND.
- OST On the night of the 7th. cent's niton t
T?OK SALE 6-room house in good shape on
-a- Polk near Huntoon St. for 65). Surely a
snap. Pays in rents over 14 per cent of what
we ask. tee us quick about this. Benedict &
Co.. 601 Kansas ave. -
poE SALE-Improved farm of 65 acres, four
miles from state house.cheap. Address let
ters to box 100, loneka.
T. G. Shillinglaw,
115 East 5th st..
fOU RENT OK SALE Desirable homes in
Oakland. P. C. Moore. 420 Kansas ave.
CI nnn to loan on farm. W. B. l.owrance,
K?i.jyjJ Crawford building, Topeka.
MONEY ADVANCED To R. R. employes
of good standing at reasonable rates. Small
loans a specialty. No caliateral required. A 11
transactions strictly confidential. Call and s ee
us at 822 north Kansas ave. Bail 'phone 367.
SPIRITUAL MEETING Mrs. H. S Cowing
of Washington, D. C. trance and test medi
um, will hold test seance for one hour at Lin
coln post hall, on Thursday, Jan. 9, at 3 p. m.
Mrs. Ettie Soman the well known eloquent
speaker, will oien the services with an inspira
tional address on mediumshin. Admission 10c.
Mrs. Cowing will give sittings daily at 835
Jackson street, up stairs.
SUPFEFLUOUS hair permanently removei.
New, painless process. Call at 506 Van Buren
CI.'. DILL'S special cancer remedy. Cure
guaranteed to all who coiue in time. Ex
amination free. Address C. R. Dill. Oakland,
corner Kellam and Iowa.
"J"OTICK is hereby given that I have been au
thorized by the district court to offer for
sale the book accounts of Stevenson & Co. The
accounts will be open for inspection and the
receipts of the bids for the same at my office,
room 10, Bank of Topeka building, from Janua
ry 25 to February 1, 1S96. David A. Mulvaue.
EAVENWORTII HOUSE 411 E. 4th St.;
good meals 15c: lunch at all hours; neat
rooms newly furnished. Thomas Peat, Prop.
E HAVE IT Good coal and lull weight.
Topeka Transfer Coal Co. Tel 320.
SJ. RESTORICK Metaphysician, will be at
the front parlor at 120 east Sixth St., Wed
nesdays and Fridays of each week from 10 a. m.
until 4 p. in. and will treat all diseases thatllesh
Is err to.
VITRIFIED Brick walks laid cheap. John
Ritchie. 1106 Quincy sC
NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Be it known that my petition is on file in
the office of the probate court of Shawnee coun
ty. Kansas, asking for a permit to sell intoxi
cating liquors at No. 124 Last Fourth street, in
Second ward in the city of Topeka, Kansas;and
the hearing of the &ame is set for Friday,
January loth, 1S96. at 9 o'clock a. ni.
M. A. FUKCHES3.
Topeka. Kan.. Dec. 10. 1895.
First published in the Topeka State Journal,
January 9, 1896.
Ordinance No. 1834.
AN OP.DINANCE establishing, creating and
defining Holliday Park.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Councilmen of
the city of Topeka:
Section 1. That part or portion of certain
streets lying within the corporate limits of the
city of Topeka. and described as follows: Com
mencing at a point on the south line of Twelfth
street and seventy-five feet westerly of the
southeast corner of the intersection of Twelfth
and Taylor streets In said city, thence souther
ly along a Hue parallel to and seventy-five feet
distant from the east line of Taylor street to its
in ersection with a line seventy-two and one
half feet east of 'end parallel to the west line of
Western avenue, thenco north along said line
seventy-two and one-half feet east of and par
allel to the west line of Western avenue to the
south line of Twelfth street in Kiug's addition,
thence east along the south line of Twelfth
street to the place of beginning, be and the
same is hereby set aside and reserved for a pub
lic park to be known as Holliday Park.
Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force
from and after its publication in the official
paper of the city of Topeka.
Passed the council January 6th, 1896.
Approved January 8th, 1896.
Z. ISEAI. C. A. FILLOW9,
Attest! 8. S. McFAtTOKS,
Briseis, a" new novel by WnxiAit
Black, written, with all the author's well
known charm of manner, will begin in
the .December Number, 1695, and con
tinue until May. A new novel by
George Du Maurier, entitled The
Martian, will also bein during the
year. It is not too much to eay that no
novel has ever been awaited with such
preat expectation as the successor to
Trilby. The Personal Recollections
of Joan of Arc will continue and will
relate the story of Jhe failure and mar
tyrdom of the Mam of Orleans. Other
important fiction of tha year will be a
novelette by Mark Twain, under the
title, Tom Sawyer, Detective; a hum
orous three-part tale called Two Mor
mons from Muddley, by Lanodos El
wyx Mitchell; and short stories by
Octave Ihanbt, Richard Hahdino
Davis. Mart E. Wilkins. Julian Ralph,
Bkandkr Matthews, Owks vYister,
and other well-known writer.'.
Prof. Woodkow Wilson will contri
bute six papers on Georzo Washington
and his time, with illustrations by Ho
ward Ptsi.e, Potjltney Bigei.ow'b
history of The German Struggle for
Liberty, illustrated by li. Caton Wood
villk. will be continued through the
winter. Two papers on St. Clair's de
feat and Mad Aathony Wayne's victory,
by Theodore Roosevelt, with praphio
illustrations will be printed during- the
A noteworthy feature ot the MAGA
ZINE daring' 1896 will be series of ar
ticles by Caspar W. Whitnst, describ
ing his trip of 2,600 miles on snow-shoes
and with dog-sledge trains into the un
explored Barren Grounds of British
North America ia pursuit of wood-bison
aud music-oxen. Mr. "Whitney's series
will have the added interest of bein?
illustrated from photographs taken by
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Address HARPER & BROTHERS
P. O. Box 059. N. Y. Cit
Smooth as silk is the way our collars
feel now. Peerless Steam Laundry, 118
and 114 W. 8th,
IF you want to sell
1 F you want to buy
IF you want to rent
1 F you want to trade
IF you want a loan oa
WL. TRUMBTJIX. 720 Kansas ave., line
art store, etchings, water colors, Berlin
photos, etc. Dresden pastel colors. Latest
novelties in framing and mouldings.
PW. GKIGGS & CO.. 208 west Sixth ave.
Can save money for those needing imple
ments, hardware, lawn mowers, Buggies, har
ness, stoves, etc.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
GM. CHASE & CO.. 623 Kansas ave. Cor-
rect styles in high grade shoes at popular
7M. KLETZMAN, 416 Kansas ave.. boots
and shoes. Also ladies', men's and
children's slippers and rubber goods. Best
bargains in the city by far.
BOOKS, AND STATIONERY.
KANSAS BOOK AND BIBLE HOUSE. 825
Kansas ave., J. W. Priddy. Mgr. Teach
er's Bibles, family and puiptt Bibles. Sabbath
school supplies. Picture framing, etc.
rpHE KELLAM BOOK & STATIONERY CO,
003 Kansas ave. Latest books, correct sta
tionery, fewest wall paper. Artistic framing.
Tennis and base ball supplies.
BOOK EXCHANGE. 832 Kansas ave. Kew
and second hand bonks, stationery eta. Old
books, magazines, etc.. taken in exchange. Back
numbers supplied. School books a specialty.
HENRY VESPER, lis east 6th St. Maker
of the celebrated Henry Vesper's Machine
made bread. Ask your dealers for Vesper's
sweet goods. Hiev are better than others.
f A. CLEMENTS, C31 Kansas avenue.
A-'- clothiers, hatters and furnishers. High
grade goods in all departments. Agents for the
CORNICE . ROOFING WORKS.
JOHN' M. BAIKD, 216 west 6th st. Copper
w and calvanized cornice and metal work.
The pefect cut-off tin roofing. Hot air fur
naces a specialty. Harrison phone 363.
ROBERT SAXDSTROM, 110 West Sixth si.
Tin and Iron roofing. All kinds of metal
work. Improved systems for warming and
ventilating schools, churches and residences.
LOUIS VAN DORP. 613-621 Jackson st. Gal
vanized iron cornices. Tin and slate roof
ing. All kinds of metal work. Outside work a
A -T. PETERSON, 110 east 6th sr.
tin and sheet iron wnrlr.
tcring and furnace work. AH kinds of tinware.
CHINA, GLASS & QUEENSWARE
FAKNSWORTH & ASHBY, 603 Kansas ave.
Choice display of Libby cut glass, table cut
lery, lamps and lamp littings. Our specialty is
CHAS. S. EAGLE, manufacturers of cigars
aud maker of the noted "Silver Statuo."
acknowledged to be the best cigar by all con
noisseurs and dealers.
Ir BKODEiiSON, 71S Kansas ave., maker of
-our Success," 5 cent cigar and the "Lin
da Vista." 10 cent cigar. Sold by all dealers.
These goods are unexcelled.
lURRY BliO !-"., Smoke their celebrated "Lit
J tie Chief." best 5 cent cigar in the market.
KANSAS CARlilAGE WORKS. 209 West Cth
H. L. Rehkopf. Prop. Fine carriage, wag
ons, road carts, sulkeys. etc. Repairing, paint
ing and trimming a specialty.
HM. WASHBURN. 823 Kansas ave.. drugs
and art materials. Window glass, paint
ers' goods, moth camphor, sponges, etc. China
paints a specialty.
WF, KUXZ'S Pharmacy, corner Sixth and
Topeka aves. Stationery, fancy goods,
toilet articles and perfumery. Prescriptions ac
curately compounded, lei. 36. Res. 5oS Topeka av.
OA. KEEKE. 803 Kansas ave., expert phar-
macist. news dealer and stationer; city
agent for St. Louis Globe, Republic, Kansas
City Times and Journal. Leave your orders.
FLOUR AND FEED
Tvr VAN SLYCK
successor to 11. Boughten,
enth St.. wholesale and re-
60-511 West Tenth st.
tail dealer In flour,
coal. Telephone 467
feed, grain, hay, seeds and
Close prices my specialty.
WI. BOYER Wholesale and retail flour,
feed, hay and salt. Cotton seed meal;
Ralston health flour. White rock the great hoof
packing. 210 W. Sixth st. Phones 470.
TA. BECK. 212-214 E. Sixth ave. Gram
tlour, feed aud seeds. Manufacture all
kinds chopped feed. Cleaned and chipped oats
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOPS
TOfFKA FOUNDRY". Millice & Holcomb,
props., corner Second and Jackson. Ma
chine work, castings, patterns, models, brass
work, etc. Repairing done. "Work guaranteed.
EXCHANGE CO.'S store. 122 E. Sixth St.. II.
Often, manager, wholesale and retail; staple
and fine groceries a specialty. Headquarters
for farm supplies.
JAMES WERTS. 533 Topeka ave.. groceries
and feed. Only high-grade goods handled
at satisfactory prices. Country butter and eggs
LOUIS WISS. 134 N. Quincy St.. grocery and
meat market. Everything the best at low
est prices. Goods delivered to all parts of tha
G LUX. 200 W. Sixth ave., the reliable grocer.
can use you better and give you better
goods for the same money than any other grocer.
a M. LESLIE. 334 Taylor st.. dealer in gro-
ceries and fresh and salt meats, will nioe:
all competition in the grocery or meat niarao;
T I. JONES. 109 East Sixth st. groceries
flour and feed; meat market in connection.
I can save you money, as close prices prevail in
every line. Also sell coal. ,
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
PQ. DAVIS. 718 Kansas ave.. manufacturer
of aud dealer in harness, saddles, bridles,
whips, etc. My aun is to make low prices, and
give good goods.
OSCAR KUAUSS 224 Kansas Ave., harness
and saddlery, hardware. Leather findings
and shoe store supplies. Cut sale leather a spec
ialty. Write for prices.
CHESTERFIELD HOTEL. John F. Carter.
icasucr. au uiuuuui iiiipi uveme.iLS. nili.es
$2.00 per day. Special prices for theatrical
parties and regular business.
W A. L. THOMPSON HARDWARE CO..
' T M7-619 Kansas ave.. are closing out at
cost stoves and ranges. XI you wish to save
money see them.
Complete stock of watches, dlamouds.
silverware, etc Eyes examined and spectacles
T EDMONDS. E32 Kansas Ave. Watches.
Jewelry. Diamonds, and Optical goods.
Watch repairing a speciality. All work war
ranted. No charge for testing the eyes.
AMERICA! STEAM LAUNDRY. A. C.
Keatmg, manager. 112 West Seventh st.
Short time work a specialty. Special pains
taken to insure the finest work. Telephone 341.
UB. McCURDY. V. Strop.. 114 West 5th st.
Graduate Ontario Veterinary College.
Toronto. F'lne turnouts. Boarding a specialty.
Personal supervision a feature. Tel. ico.
CA. MA YE it, K31 Kansas ave., dealer In fresh
and salt meats, poultry. Ash, etc. Choice
country butter. All orders promptly - deliv
ered. Eeli telephene 196.
HANSON BROS., 1121 West Sixth. Parlor
Meat Market Besides a weil stocked meat
market we handle game, hsh and poultry. Fresh
butler. Tel. lai
BROWNE & GARVIN. 1005 Topeka ave. Fresh
and salt meats, poultry, game ana fish.
Full line ileinz's pickels and preserves.
ri HE BAZA A P.. Miss M. B. Kahr, 5o3 Kan
sas ave. The latest Parisian modes, and
Prices the lowest and
styles the best.
MEN'S HATTERS 4. OUTFITTERS
TT"AGLE & CURRY, sole agents for the cele-
Fine neck wear a specialty.
Look at our line
01 sue ties. -
MONEY TO LOAN.
PARTIES wishing a sale and paymg Invest
ment for their money, call at once on S. M.
Wood & Co.. S34 Kansas avenue.
MONEY LOANED on horses, pianos, house
hold goods and all kinds of chattel securi
ties. L. Biscoe. 523 Kansas avenue, room 3.
PLATING & MACHINE WORKS.
LUX, 416 Jackson St. Gold, silver aud
-l- nickel plating and machine works. Brass
work. Bicycle repairing, enameling, brass pol
ishing, safes, locks and repairng.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
CONRON BROS., 825 Kansas ave. Dealers in
the celebrated Estey pianos and organs.
Piano tuning and repairing by experts a spe
A ALLEN Practical Plumber; years ex-
perience; personal attention given to ail
work; steam and hot water fitter; work guar
anteed; 808 Kansas ave, Bell lei. 38s. Res. 95
North Topeka ave.
7" WELLS, No. 816 Kansas ave., base-
ment) plumbing, steam and gas fitting.
Personal attention given to all work. Satisfac
tion guaranteed, prices moderate. Ornamental
window and pump work.
ROBERT MOOD, 117 W. Sixth ave. Plumb
mg, gas fitting, steam and hot water heat
ing. A large assortment of gas fixtures. Both
telephones No. 131.
O HE AH AN & SON. 123 East Seventh street
3 Contractors for plumbing and heating. Wa
guarantee satisfactory work and moderate
prices. Tel. 307.
Q STANTON. 207 W. Sixth ave., maker of the
IC. Topeka Force Pump. Also dealer in pumps
of all Kinds, drive welis. Tin shop, roohug,
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
m E. BOWMAN & Co. Mortgages of size
A- and kind to suit investors always on hand.
Prompt money, lowest rates to borrow on cen
tral, city, or farm properties, o
HARNESS AND REPAIR WORK Harness
and shoe shop; patent leather polish for
buggy tops; repairs In all kinds of leather
goods; shoes half soled cheap., li. F. Hender
son, 117 East Sixth street
SPRING BED, MATTRESS FACT' Y
WM. SCHICK, prop., 127 Kansas ave. Also
maker of pillows. Upholstering and re
pairing a feature. Feathers renovated and
mattresses made over. Tel. 43i
LOWE & BtiNNtiTl", 303 Kansas ave. New
and second-hand furniture, queensware.
stoves, etc. Stove repairs, aud gasoline and
other stoves repaired. Storage a specialty.
TOPEKA COFFEE & SPICE MILLS.
ED. GILES & CO.. 614 Kansa3 ave. Tea,
Japanese goods, etc. Roasters of coffee.
Makers of pure spices, baking powder and
flavoring extracts. Telephone 71.
UNDERTAKERS A EMBALMERS.
GEO. B. PALMER F"uneral Supply Co. aud
funeral director. Ofrteo 830 Kansas ave.
Res. 1021 Van Buren. Office tel. 140, residence
VINEGAR PRESERVING WORKS
OTTO KU1CHNE CO.. props., manfr's
Silver Leaf brands table luxuries. Pickles,
jellies, olives, sauces, etc. Also the Silver Leaf
vinegar and Gypsy Queen baking powder.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
JOHN MARTIN. HARRY L. HEALD.
MARTIN & HEALD,
715 Kansas Avenue. Topeka. Kan.
V F. SCIIOCH. Attornev at Law, 625-627
Kansas ave. Practices In all courts.
ALBERT H. HORTON. (late Chief Justice)
with Waageiier, Hortou & Orr, Lawyers.
Kooms 4, 5 arid 6, Third Boor. Central National
C. M. WELCH. K. O. WIXSOIT.
WELCH & WILSON,
ATTOIfcN'E'X'S AT LAW,
C23 Kansas Avenue.
Commercial Law and Land Litigation. De
faulted Mortgages attended to. Practice In all
State and Federal Courts.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
R. STELLA KIRBY. 600 Kansas ave. Office
hours 10 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m. 'Phone 123.
L. A. RYDER, M. D.
OFFICE and residence cor. Gordon street and
Central ave.. North Topeka. Phone 214.
Uses Uie Brinkerhoff system of Rectal treat
ment, a successful and painless treatment for
piles, fistula, fishure, ulceration, etc.
SK. SHELDON. M. D..
8UHOHR," AND DISEASES OF WOMKX, With
private hospital. Office: No. 720 Kansas Ave
J DA C. BARNES, M. D.
Office 732 Kan. Ave. Residence 13th and Clay.
Office hours 9 a. in. to 11 a. m., and 8 p. in. to
5 p. m. Harrison telephone 98 residence, and
I FRANCES STORRS. M. D Surgery and Dis-
eases of Women. Office at residence, 1313
Fillmore st Office hours: 3 to 5 p. m.
K. JEVA HAKDIVO,
629 Kansas ave. Bail telephone 402.
MRS.M A RY McKINSTR Y, magnetic heallns
massage treatment. Residence and office
335 Jackson. Harrison phone 408.
We can keep vou clean Peerless
Steam Laundry, 113 and 114 W. Eighth.
Hansas City St. Joseph
-TO- ' . .
St Uw, (Meago, Omaha, Peoria,
- St. Paul and Minneapolis.
With lining Cars, Ypstibttlei Draniag
wn Sleeping Cars, Bsclining Chail
Cars (seats free. ) Caly one
, change of Cars to
The Atlantic Coast
THI BEST LINK FOR
New York, Boston, .
Niagara Falls, Pittsburg,
And Eastern Points.
Fop Pall lafermatiom Address)
f H. C. ORR,
IjCt Qen'l Pass. Ag't, Kansas City, Ko.
Chicago & Alton R. R.
OMY STOSE BALLASTED TRACK.
NO CHANGE OF CARS
Kansas City An Chicago,
Kansas City A'" St. Loute,
St. Louis AK1 Chicago.
So Extra Charge for Passage ia
ALICE fffiLLTO (ffAlEpBS
Fast Vestibaled Limited Trains.
Ask your own Home Ticket A pent for ticket!
Via the Chicago & Alton Railroad, or write to
D. BOWES, ,
Gen'l Western Passenger Agt., 21S l?07tb
Broadway, St. Louis, Ma.
General Passenger and Ticket Ageafc
Change of Time In effect Decern.
Der ist, ibJo.
Denver & Pacific
3 l0:40amrl2:30 pjnl 4:20 am
Train No. 3. The California and Oregon
Limited, leaves Topeka every day in the year
at 12:30 noon. Solid vestibuled train, Pintsch
Gas. steam Heat. 1'uliiiKin Palaca Iining Cars.
Iso change to Denver, Cheyenne, Ogden and
Los Angeles, 'lopeka to an Francisco in 70
hours; Topeka to Portland in 68 hours. Flease
compare with other lines.
Denver and California Fast Line leaves To
paka daily at 9:o p ra., aud arrives in Denver
at 2:25 p. m. next day. Pullman Tourist Sleep
ing Car. Topeka to Portland without change.
Pullman Buffet Service, Pullman Palace
Sleeping Cars and Pullman Tourist Sleeping
Cars on this train. No other line makes this
quick time. J his is the shortest and by far
tue best line to Denver. F. A. LEWIS,
City ticket office, 525 Kansas avenue, Topeka,
Topeka and Fort Scott ac
commodation. . . . . .-
8:30 a. m.
Topeka and roil Scott ac
5:30 p. m.
John C. IlcCllntock, A.M., M.D.
Office 830 Kan. Ave. I 'Fes., 1S13 Fillmore
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First published in the Topkka. Statu
Jodrnax, January 9, 1896.
January 6, 1896. )
Council met in regular monthly session.
Present: Councilman Bradford, Burgesa,
Drew, Fulton, Pattison, Roundtree, Stev
ens, Stephenson and Skinner 9. Absent:
Elliott 1. - Quorum present.
In the absence of Mayor C. A. Fellows,
President of the Council J. T. Fulton,
The minutes of the council December
23, 1895, were presented and partly read
when ilr. Stevens moved that the further
reading- be dispensed with and the pro
ceedings be approved, which motion
Claims and accounts were presented
and referred to the committee on claims
and accounts, who reported back the
same reoommending that payment be
made as follows:
General revenue fund.. ...... .. $613 34
Fire department fund. .... ..... 426 68
General improvement fund.... 1,723 63
Metropolitan police fund...... 253 73
Sidewalk fund 7 05
Indemnity fund (plumbers).... 25 00
Judgment fund 6 00
The bill of J. J. Haisch of $60.00 for
burying dead animals for November,
1893, was recommended for payment ia
the sum of $33.96, which amount includ
ed in the above. Oa motion the report
of the committee was adopted. The com.
mil tee also reported back the bill of W.
J. Stager of $75.00 for services claimed to
have been rendered for examining;
records in the county treasury, recom
mended that $37.50 be allowed. Mr.
Burgess moved to amend the report of
the committee by allowing the full
amount of $75.00. Oa roll call the mo
tion to amend was lost. The report of
the committee was then adopted, allow
ing $37.50, which amount is included in
the above items.
Sir. Stager was present, and stated that
he would not accept the $37.50, and that
he would commence suit against the city
The committee reported back the bill
of M R. Mitchell of $125, and recom
mended that it be not paid.
on motion the report was adopted.
The bill of the Topeka Water company
of $27,076.41, for hydrant rent, etc., was
presented and referred to the committee
on claims and accounts.
Claim ot It B. McMastera of $420.00.
for salary as commissioner of elections
from August 3, 1895, to December 9,
1895, was preaented and referred to the
committee on claims and accounts, who
recommended that it be referred to the
city attorney, which recommendation was
cj. Li. ileywood and 26 others, property
owner?, hied a petition requesting that
he report of the appraisers be indefinite
ly postponed, setting forth that they
deem the value of the damasres for widen
ing Kansas avenue, north, $600.00, is ex
cessive. Referred to the committee on
streets and walks.
Mr. Fred Slater requested that the pe
titioners be notified of the time of meet
ing of the committee.
The Edison Electric Illuminating com
pany of Topeka, submitted a proposition
to light .the city lor five years with 250
new lamps, standard moonlight schedule,
for $83.25 per light per annum, and the
same rate for any additional lamps, and
providing for a renewal of contract at
the end of five years. Referred to com
mittee on gas and electric lights.
Communication of ciinord. Maple and
Blanche Kennedy, in relation to their
father being discharged from the fire de
partment vis presented and referred to
the committee on fire department
Petition of T. J. Kellam and eight oth
ers, requesting that certain ground in
front of Bennett s Hats, at corner of
Twelfth and Taylor streets, be designat
ed as a park, was presented and referred
to the committee on parks.
The following reports of citv Officers
were presented and ordered placed on
file. Secretary board of health from
May 1, 1895 to January 1, 1896; the city
treasurers report; weighmasiers re
ports: food inspector's report; police
j udges report ; superintendent of the elec
tric light and city damp-master a report
for December, 1895.
The report of the ways and means
committee to whom was referred the
bids for burying dead animals waa
laid over until next meeting. The
same committee submitted a state
ment of taxes for 1889. The same com
mittee reported back the motion of Mr.
Stephenson in relation to repairing the
asphalt pavement to the extent of $300
recommending that it be passed.
Oa motion the report of the commit
tee was adopted. The motion waa then
Ihe report of the appraisers for the
widening of Kansas avenue north waa
laid over until the next meeting.
Mr. Bradford introduced ordinance No.
1,832, being "An ordinance to appropri
ate money," etc., which was read the
first time, and on motion of Mr. Bradford
rule 18 was suspended by the unanimous
vote of the council, and the ordinance
was read and considered by sections.
Sections one and two on separate mo
tions were adopted. The ordinance waa
then put upon its final passage and
pasaed by the following vote:
Ayes Councilmen Bradford, Burgess,
Drew, Pattison, Roundtree, Stevens,
Stephenson aud Skinner 8. The title
was read and approved. J
Mr. Roundtree introduced ordinance I
No, 1833, being "An ordinance to author
ize the maror and city clerk to issue war
rants to O. Swanson for sidewalks con
structed in 1895," which was read the
first time when Mr. Drew moved that
rule 18 be suspended and the ordinance
considered now, which motion prevailed.
Sections one and two were read and con
sidered and on separate motions adopt
ed. The ordinance was then put upon
its final passage and passed by the fol
lowing vote: Ayes Councilmen Brad
ford, Burgess. Drew, Pattison, Round
iree, Stevens, Stephenson and Skinner
9. The title was read and agreed to,
Mr. Bradford Introduced ordinance No.
1834, being "an ordinance establishing,
creating and defining Holliday Park
which was read the first time when Mr.
Bradford moved that rule 18 be sus
pended and the ordinance considered
now, which motion prevailed by tha
unanimous vote of the council. Section
one waa read and en motion it was
adopted. Section two was then read and
Mr. Bradford moved to strikeout section
two - which motion prevailed. Section
'three was read when Mr. Bradford moved
to strike out section three, which motion
was adopted. Mr, Bradford moved that
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original section four be made section
two, which motion prevailed. Section
two was read, and on motion was adopted.
The ordinance was then put upon its
final passage and passed by the follow
ing vote: Ayes, Councilmen Bradford,
Burgess, Drew, Pattison, Roundtree,
Stevens, Stephenson and Skinner 8.
The title was read and agreed to. '
Mr. Bradford introduced "an ordi
nance relating to water pipes and
mains, gas pipes, hot air pipes,
steam pipes and other conduits
laid under ground in tho city of Tope
ka," which was . read the first time and
referred to the committee on sewers and
The following resolution waa offered
by Mr. Bradford:
Renolved, That the committee on ways
and means be and it is hereby instructed
to make inquiry into the matter of the
failure of the county treasurer from time
to time to pay over to the city, treasurer
that proportion of the interest and pen
alties due the city on delinquent taxes,
and that they report to this council in
the shape of a recommendation and sug
gestion what ought to be done.
On motion the above resolution was
The following resolution waa offered
by Mr, Pattison:
Resolved, By the mayor and council,
that all allowances for the free dispens
ary are hereby discontinued, and all res
olutions in conflict with this are hereby
The above resolution on motion was
adopted. . .
The city clerk read a notice of a meet
ing to be held in the court house the 8th
Inst. On motion the mayor and council
and city officers were requested to at.
On motion of Mr. Drew the council,
adjourned to meet Monday evening, Jan
uary 13, 1836, at 8 o'clock.
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