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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAI SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 2, 1900.
A.D IIISCEILUEOI'S ADS. FREE MESSENGER SERVICE. PULL a Postal Teloe-raph-Cu.bIe Box, rr ral! Iiy tel. piu.ne No. 117 ami have your Want Ails brought to The State Journal olYI.-o ov free messenger. No cliurao to you for dii'sm ngcr nice. Cost of classi-1'i-U mis. i, cents per hue of six words to tne line and everv fraction thereof. WANTED SITUATIONS. ll'AXl'KH- JmIj as hotel porter or work; on farm. .1. V. Mount, Pawnee Rock, Kur.sjis. . ! WANTED . place by a boy of IT to earn J trd and ruom. C. E., care tii Journal. WANTED A pospion as housekeeper in small family or widower's family. Ad crc.ss A. U., rare Journal. WAUT2D-FEMALE HELP. "W A . TED Experienced. settled wilite tftri f'.r L'en'-r-al housework in family of two. App;.,- mornings bet wen 11 and 12 I o'clock. Itt-ft-r.-m cs. PCt Jackson street, WANTED AT once, two dining room! bi, flrirl: also chambermaid. Southeast cur- licr Eighth and uulney sts. ! .. . WANTED M experience.! dining room, gins. 4 i tia innermaojs, n nouse gins, at unusual wage. 2 hows, keepers, for out ut . town. M:ir Employment Agency. j W A N T 1:2 1 I "irst -class cok, woman While "I" colored, out of tOWU, bi'SI ;mes. Ar'i iy at once to Star Employ- Jllellt .p..C,V. 1 ith St. . " 'ANT-ED --: In alsew. ok. d white girl. general . Must be stood cook, family i il f.v. li. wa shing. Tyler ;t. WANTED A nii'PUe-aged widow lady as housekeeper, a short distance from city, t'li.' -hiid two or three years old no ob j cii: n: Put no sport need apply. Address . U'., Journal office. WANTED-Several ladies to travel Sal ary, STo an 1 expenses. Reliable house; p. i'Ti)a:ie;it position: reference: enclose seif-,iii.iress,.,i stamped envelope. Mgr., Kir, c.,x'en Itl.lir.. Chicago. H'AN'I'KP-A girl, l athi li st. Apply at 122 West W XTHD An experienced white girl for general homework. 1315 Topeka ave. WANTEDA lady for steady work widow preferred. Room 4. Button house. I W ANTED-A go.,,1 "experienced dining I room girl and chambermaid. At Dutton i 3imif i , ' WAJJTSD MALE HELP. I "U'A N'TKD-Knrotic m;tn to manaire To-p.-ka bran- h ." -s? ablishtM manufactur ing house: salary jiA" per m-nih anl i'X l ra commissi. ms; must furnish $.v" cash i' n-1 satis' Hctary references. Uf-ncral Maiuim-r, Johnston lildg., Cincinnati, a Mirror? that h broken or needs repeat ing? If so we can put you in a new one or make your old one as good as new. Take exact measurements and ask about th e price. The Gas Fixture Trust cuts no ice in Topeka.' Not because of the present price of ice, but because we are making' prices on Mantles, Burners, Chimneys, etc that the stores handling Trust Goods Cannot Meet. Our 15c mantle stands the pressure of the g-asoline lamps as well as the 35c trust mantle and we have one at 19c that is superior to the 35c mantle sold elsewhere. Remember It Pays to Trade at rp o ,3 I y u 618 Kansas Avenue, AN IDEAL CLIMATE. The first white man to set foot on Utah soil, Father Siivestre Velez de Escalante, who reached the GREAT SALT LAKE on the 23rd day of Sept, 3T7G, wrote in his diary: "Here the cli mate is bo delicious, the air so balmy, that it is a pleasure to breathe by day and by night." The climate of Utah is one of the richest endowments of nature. On the shores of the Great Salt Lake especially and for fifty miles therefrom in every direction the climate of climates is found. To enable persons to participate in these ecenic and climatic attractions, and to reach the famous HEALTH, BATH ING AND PLEASURE RESORTS of Utah, the UNION' PACIFIC has made a rate to OODEN and SALT LAKE CITY of one fare for the round trip, plus $2.00, from Missouri River, to be in effect June 21st, July 7th to luth in clusive, July 18th, and Aug. 2d. Re turn limit Oct. 31, 1900. For full information, call on or ad dress, F. A. Lewis, City Ticket Agt., or J. C. Fulton, Depot Agent. PDRITY Use HEALTH Woodbury's BEAUTY Facial Cream Naturally follows theuse of WOODBL'I 3 aei,il Sop and WOODBURY'S F: 'reain. Being strictly antiseptic. : Cian.-ing and purifying eitect is une'j 4. k r tile every whors. ;rts Eaeiat their eiual- WANTED MALE HELP. RKUABLE MAN for office work, $12 week. Mast be energetic ; references re quired. Superintendent, Drawer 2s, New Haven. Conn. WAXTKD Energetic man or woman, for a fine business, at once; 4 men for labor rear city; must apply before Monday noun. Star Employment Agency, 107 E. 7th st. MAN OR WOMAN to deliver and collect in each locality. Steady work, $15 per week find expenses advance. Apply im mediately, giving age, past experience and references. National Publishing Co., Chicago. REPORTERS Local and traveling where we tire not now represented; good pay; badge, credentials, etc. New Century, Aurora, 111. EXKKGETIC TRl'STWORTHL MEN to travel, appoint agents and make collec tions for corporation with $2jo.0o0 capital: $;-"o per year and expenses guaranteed. 1'ntisual opportunity. Permanent positon. "Universal." Box IS., Philadelphia. I eij salesman to sen our full line " ci'uice nursery stock. we give a printed guarantee that slock will be true t; name. Write to Mount Hope Nurseries, Lawrence, Kansas. WANTED AGENTS. AOhXli-Men and women, are vou will ing to work honestly and faithfully for $2o weekly? IC so. write us. Our goods are sold and consumed in every fainilv, and a permanent business can be estab lished. N'-w goods and new catalogue. Dept. 423, Mutual Jlfg. Co., New York. AGENTS AND SALESMEN Money maker. Evaporating nest-egg vermiii f xtorniinntor. New method, ouick seller. Address Nest-Ess Factory, Wahoo, Neb. ' AGENTS WANTED everywhere for the latest subscription books. Write today. - exclusive territory, i-ungi lgland. Publisher, Klulto Lldg.; Chicago. , n.isir.i.1 hK!ttUHKKt: Hustlers to tack signs, distribute circulars, samples, etc.; no canvassing: good pay. Sun Ad- vertising Bureau, Chicago. AGENTS WANTED To sell farmers' combination fence tool: a rauid seller: will sell territory: no one but hustlers need apply. Call Monday or Tuesday fore noon, id estern avenue, Topeka, Kan. AGENTS WANTED By reliable house to sell groceries at wholesale to consum ers. Farm trade a suecialty. Permanent, profitable. Goods guaranteed. Exclusive territorv . Wllmor Wright, 1623 Wabash ave., Chicago. AGENTS make big money selling auto matic screen door cat-catches; and household specialties: sample postpaid, 25c. Auto-Door Catch Co., Chicago. WANTED SALESMEN. WANTED Enterprising traveling sales- j men to represent established tinancia.1 house as si.ie line. (Carry no samples I and no interfering with present emplov- TU ..V."," t"freae their income mater- le"o 'V , , i , n S". U,A'' territory anl part icu. ars. Splendi-1 opprtr- tuniiy fr hustlers to make- permanent ci-nnectiun. Addrvss, P. O. Box 2u'jT, New York. SALi:SMKX for all lines of business plentM side lino to sell our calenders, i different styles, newest, latest pat terns, just the things customers want: to -W per cent, commission. Many of our m.n give their entire time to our line and make from f" to $1-3 evt ry week; guar anteed best side line ever offered. Write promptly with ref ere nces. Commissions paitl on acceptance of orders. American Novelty Co., Cincinnati, O. THREE FIRST - CLAPS SPECIALTY salesmen to call r drug" and general store trade: commission only; full time and bond required. G-ood territory still !pen. Addre.-s, Manager, lUUtS, l;j Dear born, Chica&o. TWO SALESMEN in each state wanted to sell tobaccos and citrars: experience not necessary. Factory 15, Thaxtun, Va. PERSONAL A V A N TK D H very b od y who is sick to write for our self-examination blank. Xo charge for consultation ; cure gxiaran t' d ; clista nee no object; correpi ndenee solicited. Lr. Price's Sanatorium, ' At lanta, Ga. BKIXHAN HARKS Britain Rabbitry, V.'atsonviHe. Cal.. breeders and jobbers of fine pedigreed stuck. Write for dealers' price. WOMANLY BEAUTY, lovely complexion. beautiful filuysy or curly hair, by usini? Parisian specialties. Booklet free. L. Leon, 315 East ttrth St., New York. BUSINESS CHANCES. $Hi INVESTED NOW will return 1.000 in six monthr,. Prospectus free. Lawyers & iiankers' Oil Co., Los Angeles, Cal. C PER CENT MONEY TO LOAN on To-P'-ka property. See us at once. TOPEKA REALTY CO.. r,.M Kan Ave. H. MAC I- .ERR AN, Mgr. INVENTIONS Parties havinsr mmle goo.1 sensible inventions, lacking means to get patent, can tind financial assistance. Val uable book on Patents. Free. Euitable Investment Co.. 21 La Saile St., Chicago, Patent Solicitors and Sales Agents. WANTED anSCSX.liAH'EOTJSL Y ANTK1 T i buy a good house, of $2,200 spot cash, west of avenue, near Holliday Park. Adtlresi A. U. Brown, care Jour nal. WANTED Cows to pasture in town herd east of A. T. & S. F. tracks, south of First st. and north of Eighth st. Call, at 3o Lawrence St. V ANTED Orders for lErood home-made bread by a widow with 2 little children to support. Address W., care Journal. V.'AN'TKH-Tn exchange stone work for horse. 517 Lake. WANTED To hire horse to drive for summer. Best of references. "Horse," care Journal. WANTTCD To buy a family driving horse, safe for a woman. Horse must be good, steady driver, and not afraid of cars, or anylhing else: bay. black or sorrel. Ad dress with price and description, XYZ, Journal office. WANTED Two or three unfurnished rooms: no small children. Address W. H. U.. llio Throup st. WANTED By young gentleman holding a position of trust, room and board in private family. Address, stating terms, lo cation, etc., J. It. I,., care Journal. WAXTKO To make special freight rates to parties Intending to ship l.w pounds of household goods to or from Topeka. Car going to Oklahoma City and Girard, Kan. Merchants' Transfer &. Storage Co., Topeka. WANTED You to know that J. H. Fosdiek r!enn Portiere. urtaina. Sj Kansas avenue. Phone SOU. WAN'TRD A gnod saddle pony. Daniey's barn, 2ih and Western ave. WANTED Lace curtains and portieres to clean. Mrs. Fosdiek, 725 Quincy at. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT Business and residence property In good locations. W. M. FORBES. 116 W. 6th st. FOR RENT Part of residence, HvO West Tenth avenue. J. H. K.isdiek scours Carpets. J. H. Fosdiek wnshes Itierainfl Jennie Fosdiek cleans Luee Ol ll.lrmula '..i-n ....- t FOR RENT HOUSES FOR RENT MS Fillmore, 8 rooms, modern, $30. 12T9 Western ave., 8 rooms, $20. i:j'i5 Western ave.. S rooms, modern, bath and furnace, $25. 4 rooms, 15 West 6th, $3. Modern 8 room house on Clay $20. 1P'7 Madison. 5 ro mis, $12. I'MS Spruce St., 7 r oms, barn, $15. 217 E. Sth. 3 room $a. EMMETT E. ROUDEBUSH. 115 West 6th. 'Phone 267. FOR RENT 1221 Monroe St., North Topeka, 6 rooms. 5ti9 Buchanan st.. 7 rooms, and barn. 913 West 4th St., 7 rooms. 1:5 North Jackson, 7 rooms. 51S E. Second st., 6 rooms. 6"4 West 6th St.. 12 rooms. 1:25 North Monroe st.. 7 rooms. 122.) Logan st.. North Topeka, 7 rooms. 12ol North Jackson, 8 rooms, barn. 1iV, Van Buren St., 8 rooms, modern. 1M1 Van Buren, 4 rooms. Rooms on Kansas avenue for rent. PAYNE & THOMPSON, G27 Kansas Avenue. FOR RENT t:'.2 Clay. 6 rooms, modern. 4th and Clay, 6 rooms, bath etc. Fourth and Clay, 7 rooms, barn. 3"0 Clay. 0 rooms. 5i2 Harrison, nice cottage, gas, etc. 7i:i Lane, 8 rooms, barn. 522 West 6th, 8 rooms, modern. 1245 Clay. 8 rooms, modern. 3'lc5 Western ave., b rooms. 524 Tvler. 6 rooms (June 1). J. E. TORR1NGTON, loi V. 6th, Tel. 228. FOR RENT 1268 Lincoln, 5 room cottage. Inquire A. C. Elder. 611 Kansas ave. FOR. SXN1-EOOBs. FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, S. E. exposure: all modern conveniences. In quire sJi Van Buren st. FOR RENT Recently modernized furn ished rooms for light housekeeping. 421 Quincy st. FOR RENT Furnished front room, mod ern. Address I, care Journal. FOR RENT Two newly furnished mod ern rooms. In private family. 716 To peka ave. FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished rwms. Inquire at 401 Western ave. FOR RENT Large cool front rooms, lirst-class board. 516 Harrison st. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, house keeping and others, modern. 713 Topeka ave. t,OST AND FOUND. LOST At street fair, black silk cape. Re turn to 400 Chandler or Journal office. IF PARTY WHO FOUND pocketbonk containing paper b.-r uudng to S. B. Banks will return book and papers, they mny have the money contained and no questions asked. 810 Kansas ave. LOST Pair sold rimmed spectacles and case. Return to State Journal and re ceive reward. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALF, One bay mare, city broke. 1;3 Morris ave. FOR SALE Stylish trap, as trnod as new, at Danlcy's barn, 12th and Western ave. FOR SALE Shetland pony, cheap. 427 Topeka. ave. FOR SALE A lot of first-class furniture: also phaeton and medium-Kize tire proof "Mosler" safe. 513 Kansas ave., room 5. FOR SALE Road bug&y. Inquire at 1319 Van Buren st. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for furni ture, stoves, etc., phaeton, double har ness, hotel range, 3 bicvcles. K. C. WARREN, 418 Kansas ave. FOR SALE A pood square Weber piano in excellent condition ; also a second hand Estt-y organ, very low for cash. A. J. King Piano Co., 515 Kansas ave. FOR SALE Good second-hand wheel; will sell vptv cheap to the right party. Address "Bicycle, " care Journal. FOR SALE A good driving- mare, gen tle and trusty: also spring wagon. In quire TIG Lawrence st. FOR SALE 25 calves from three to five months old. Calves, care Journal. FOR SALIC Billiard and pool tables. $50 each; street organ, $10. Geo. D. Butts. FOR SALE Unclaimed freight at the A., T. & S. F. Ry. Co.'s freight warehouse, commencing Thursday, June 14th, at 9 a. m. P'OR SALE OR TRADE" A surrey, a bug gy and a horse. Dr. Guibor, 1015 Harri son st. FOR EXCHANGE. TO EXCHANGE 5 room cottage, new. 3 lots, near shops, to exchange on 4t)-acre farm, near city. SCOTT & SCOTT, 615 Kansas Ave. FOR EXCHANGE One section of Nebraska school land to exchange for Topeka city or surburban property. W. M. FORBES, 116 W. 6th st. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE .OR TRADE We only want a horse and buggy or cow and calf or $100. just as soon have a car load of rags or old iron, to start any of those houses and lots, balance monthly payments, all close in and well rented. HOWARD, 210 E. Fifth st. FOR SALE Desirable rental property, both resi dence and business property, at a bar- fcd ' ' W. M. FORBES, 116 W. 6th St. FOR SALE OR TRADE Fine 10-room suburban home, lots of finest shade, large grounds. 2 bhcks from pavement. 1 block from street car, west, $5.u00.0o. Want good farm or inside rental property or cash. Will make terms. Jas. C. Smith. l.js East Third st. FOR SALE Choice vacant lots In west part of the city. $tM to iluO each. W. M. FORRES, 116 W. 6th St. FOR SALE On Chandler st., near 5th. nice 4 room house and 2 lots: well, new nxf, etc., good condition. Rent is. Price $:0u. TOPEKA REALTY CO., 531 Kan. ave.. II. MACFERRAN. Mgr. FOR SALE A fine cottage, on Van Buren, near 4th. at a bargain. W. M. FORBE3. 116 W. 6th st. PHT3TCTAN AJTD ST7SQE0N&. CHARLES C. BRADLEY. M. I. Phone 678. Office and residence. S12 Kas. Ave. Henry W. Koby. SI. D.. SURGEON. 730 Kansas Avenue. Residence. Twenty, first st. and Kansas ave. Topeka. Kan. L. A. Rt)E. M. r. OFFICE and residence corner Gorion St., and Central ave.. Nor'h Topeka. 'Phone 214. Uses the Brir.kerhofr system of rectal treatment, a successiul and painless treat ment lor piles, fistula, liihure. ulceration, etc. IDA C. BARNES, M. D. Office 732 Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay. Office hours: 9 a. m.. to 11 a. m.. and 3 p. m., to i p. m. Telephone 5ii rtjidei e-i luid 16 office. F. H. MARTIN. M. D.. 404 KANSAS avenue, over Wallace"s drug store. Phones: 476, residence, 635 office. DR. EVA HARDING, Homeopathlst. S3 Kansas ave. Telephone 4& FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE BY W.G STEPHENSON &CO 2 nice east front lots on Topeka ave., for $3i0 each. This is a bargain. 3 beautiful lots on Tyler, good eleva tion; a fine location for 2 nice residences. Price for few days, $1,200. A snap. 3 lots on Harrison street, close in. Price $1,500. 5 room house, on Tyler street, between 6th and 7th streets: coal shed and out buildings. Price $1,500. 3 lots oh Harrison, near 13th, south and east exposure: elegant location for fine residence. Prioe, $1,500. 4 room cottage, electric lights, cistern and city water, sewer connections, barn with electric light, between th and 7th st. on Monroe st. Price, $1,700. A nice 5 room cottage on Polk near 12th, cistern, sewer connection, splendid neigh borhood. Price $1,500; $7uo to $su0 cash, bal ance iTt payments if desired. Three lots on Harrison south of 11th, $5e0 each. What is the matter with this, for an elegant location or an investment property. There is nothing better in the city. 6 room house and a barn on Topeka ave. between 2rd and 4th. $2. Out), sewer and pav ing paid for. Small payment down, bal ance to suit. 1'4 lots on Adams street, large 4 room cottage, in excellent condition, inside and jut. well and cistern. Price $1.0a0. Rental is paying 12 per cent on the investment. W. C STEPHENSON & CCX, RIGBYS. 609 KANSAS AVE. OYER R1GBYS. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE ROUDEBUSH. HOUSES 8 room modern house, everything first class, house new, close in, $3,500. 5 room modern house, on Huntoon, on pavement, fine bath, mantle, grate, barn; might trade for cheaper property. K room house, on Tyler, near 12th, at $2,800. 2 lots, 6 room house, on Sth, close in, $1,750. 4 fine east front lots. 4 room house, near Washburn, $000, on payments; less for cash. If you wish to buy a fine corner, see me. Rent now will pay 7 per cent, and two lots vfceant. 4 room cottage, near Washburn college, $690. 6 room house, Morris ave., new house, 45 ft. ground. $1,15). Houses in all parts of city at prices that should sell them. VACANT LOTS Three fine lots, on Harrison, none bet ter very cheap. Lots on Harrison, south of 13th, from $3oO to $450. 2 lots on Van Buren, south 14th, $230 each. 3 lots on Buchanan, near 5th, SH50 each. ? lots on Fillmore, near 16th. $75 each. 5 high lots on Lincoln and 20th. $50 each. . Lots on nearly every street in city as cheap as can be sold. INVESTMENT PROPERTY Kansas avenue, 2-story brick, good loca tion. Kansas ave. property that will pay 10 per cent. 2 houses east of tracks, that will pay 11 per cent, always rentend and in good re pair. FARMS SO-acre bottom farm, 3li miles from P.O. 32'J-acre bottom farm, west of city, $37.50 per acre, well improved. li;n acres near Valencia, well Improved, $3.5'XI. SO acres nicely Improved. 8 miles from citv: will trade for small property. 40 acres 4 miles from P. O., $1,250. If you wish to buy or. dispose- of real estate, see EMMETT E. ROUDEBUSH, Phone 267. 115 West 6th. FOR SALE Just east of Santa Fe shops, nice house of 5 rooms and 2 east front lots; easy terms. StieO.uu. Better see this at once. Price may go up. Near Potwin Good 6 room house. 90 ft. front, brick walks, sewer, hot and cold water, 2 mantels and grates, hard wood finish. Good condition. TOPEKA REALTY CO.. 534 Kan. ave., H. MACFERRAN, Mgr. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Fine im proved 320 acres land. 3H: miles from Ness Citv. Kansas. Good 7 room house: sheds and stables for 100 head stock. 2 wells, 2 wind mills, 2 cattle tanks, 150 acres in cultivation, 170 acres under good fence. Good orchard, chicken house, milk house and other outbuildings. Will ex change for city property. J. D. MILLER & CO.. 517 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE THREE SNAPS M. & D. addition, almost new 5 room house, IVi east front lots, cellar, cistern, pantry, etc. Good locality, no repairs; terms easy. West st., near 12th. 7 rooms, Vi lots, cistern, barn, cellar, shade, not far from paving. $1,050. See us for terms: 16th st near Lane. 7 rooms. 2 lots, well, etc. Owner has dropped from $1,600 to $1,200. See us for terms. TOPEKA REALTY CO.. 534 Kan. Ave. H. MACFERRAN. Mgr. FOR SALE 7 room cottage. 3 lots, $1.750 payments. 8 room modern house, 13 lots, $3,0o0, on payments. 4 lots on W'estern ave.. near 12th. $900. 6 room cottage, 2 lots, fine home, $L9u0 $2u0 cash, balance. $25 per month. 5 room house. 3 lots, barn, $1,000 $100 cash, balance payments. 5 room house. 1 lot, $700 $100 cash, bal ance $lo per month. 3 room house. 1 lot, $300 $50 cash, bal ance $5.u0 per month. Modern house, built 5 years, cost $12,000; will sell for $,000. terms to suit. SCOTT & SCOTT. 615 Kansas Ave. FOR SALE On east Locust, south of 6th. 2 east front corner lots, with one room house. Only $400. These lots are very cheap. Lawrence near 4th. goid corner prop erty of 4 rooms and 2 lots, barn, well; no repairs, $1,200. TOPEKA REALTY CO., 534 Kan. ave.. H. MACFERRAN, Mgr. FOR SALE 50 feet front on Kansas ave.. with 2 story brick and stone business house, for $7.ooo. will net over 8 per cent above taxes and repairs. W. M. FORBES, 116 W. 6th St. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. S- M. WOOD & CO,, 534 KANSAS AVENUE. S. M. WOOD & CO. Have charge of and wish to sell the fol lowing property: lfOO Lincoln street. $1,400. 13SS Polk street, $1,250. 1019 Lane street, $1,000. 232 Monroe street, $1,650. 236 Monroe street, $1,650. 1100. Monroe st. (2 modern homes), $4,000. 129 Madison st., north, $900. 1J3 W. 17th St.. $300. 1733 Harrison St.. $&00. 1019 Taylor St.. $2,500. 716 Taylor street. $2,500. 331. 3 and 5 Tyler st. t3 houses'), $4,200. 22S Hawthorne St., Auburndale, $1,250. 522 W. 6th St., 2 houses, 4 lots, $6,000. ltX-2 W. 6th St., modern home, 2 lots, $3,000. Fine lots, corner 10th and Clay. Fine lots, corner Lincoln and Huntoon. Drive around and locate above property, but do not disturb tenants. If you like looks, call upon me and we- will show you inside. S. M. WOOD & CO. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. 5 room house on Madison, between 4th and 5th east front, front hall and stair; city and cistern water, barn, paved st. Price $1,500; part cash, balance time to suit purchaser. m lots on Tyler, near 11th, east front. S room house, city and cistern water, hot and cold bath, closet, sewer connection, gas, elegant shade. Price $2,600. This is a snap. Part cash, balance time. 1H lota on Tyler st, fine location and close in at low price of $600. A sure snap. 5 room house, on East Paramore St.. new porches, cellar, well water, coal shed and out buildings, $450; $50 cash, balance in monthly payments. A bargain. 6 room house, east front, on Monroe St., between 3rd and 4th sts., good cellar, well water, etc Price $1,100, a part cash, bal ance time to suit. 3 corner lots, south and east exposure, one block car line, on West 6th st: hot and cold water, sewer connection, cellar, bear ing fruit trees, shade and bluegrass: evergreens, shrubbery, etc. Price $1,500; $500 down, balance in monthly payments. MONEY TO LOAN On first real estate mortgages. Houses to rent. Fire Insurance written at the lowest rates. For further particulars call on FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. MAN SPEAKER & HENDERSON, 704 Kansas Avenue. FOR SALE On Lincoln, between Sixth and Eighth streets. 7 room house, barn, 1 lot, fine re pairs, $1,050. On Topeka avenue. 5 room house, good barn, fine trees. 14 lots, brick sidewalks. If sold this week, only, $nW. 6 room house, out-buildingse. well and cistern, fine shade trees. Best location in Alma, Kansas, clear. Will exchange for Topeka property. 5 acres. 1 mile south of city, 3 room cottage, good well, cellar, and stable, plenty of grapes and other small fruit. Only JSO0. VACANT LOTS IN OAKLAND AT A BARGAIN. TITLE PERFECT, ABSTRACT FURNISHED. On Arter avenue Ixjts No. 251 to 204. 6 lots, at $TS each. Lots Nos. 211 to 2i7, 4 lots at $35 each. On Winlield avenue Lots Nos. 206 to 214, 5 lots, at $35 each. Lois No. 2'jti to 302, 4 lots, a'J5 each. On Wabash avenue Lots Nos. 2D3 to Bui, 5 lots, at $45 each. On Twiss avenue Lots Nos. 150 to 158, 5 lots, at $50 each. Lots Nos. 1:12 to 2tH. 7 lots at $45 each. On Green street Lots Nos. 354 to 3fi4. 6 lots, at $40 each. Lots Nos. 3sS to 390. 2 lots $40 each. Lots Nos. 3s! to 3S3. 3 lots, at $;0 each. On Chester avenue - Lots Nos. 2'i5 to 273, 5 lots, at $.15 each. MANSPEAKER & HENDERSON. 704 Kansas avenue. FOR SALE Buchanan St., 1'4 '"ts. 8 room house, hard wood hall and floors, front and back stairs, electric light wires, sanitary plumbing complete. 2 grates, all sewer connections, good barn, desirable location, near car line. $2,700. Polk St.. (near paving-. 1H lots, 2 story house, 7 large rooms, wide hall and stairs, with ample front and side porches, grate, gai. water in kitchen, sewer, barn, shade, 2.a0. Near the college, 2 lots, nice 5 room house, cellar, cistern, stable; all good re pair. Price $S50; part cash. Several small dwellings, east of the tracks, cheap, easy payments. Near Chandier and Fourth, 5 room house cellar, cistern, well, nice stable, fruit and shade, all in complete repair. Price $i00. A number of outside properties ample ground and some fair houses, $150 to $1, 200. Very cheap at the price and on easy terms of payment. J. E. TORRINGTON, 109 W. Cth st. FOR SALE A 960-acre farm. Shawnee Co.. 400 acres under cultivation. 20y a- bot tom, big house and barn. 9 miles, fence. Only $16. 000. $5,000 cah. balance 6 per cent. 10 room house. 3 blocks business center, only $!.): rents big per cent. 3 room house. 3 lots, east side. $350. $50 cash. A ; good home on Polk, near Huntoon. only i $i.S00. A completely niodern home or. PolK. near litn. ks.iou. u lots ironting on and near Central Park, Jif") to $?."0 each. Washburn college lots. $115 to $200, $25 cash, balance $o per month. 6 per cent. IS acres adjoining city. 2 blocks of car line. 1 to IS acres. $150 to $300 per acre; whole tract at a discount is a bargain. And many other rare bargains. We are selling many properties. See us. Houses for rent. Money to loan. BENEDICT & CO. Sole Agents, 601 Kansas ave. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE One 4-room and one 3-room cottage in Walnut Grove, close to school, church and car line, good neighborhood, east front, $1.2j1 for both. Also 2'i to 3 acres river front land adjoining city east, close to shops, about 60G feet front, on Chase ave. Some buildings and plenty of shade in rear. Price $2,000.00. all clear. Will exchange both for farm or will make reasonable terms. Will divide. Jas. C Smith, 308 East Third street. FOR SALE NORTH TOPEKA Jefferson not far from Park, 12 lots and 4 rooms. $35): term? easv. TOPEKA REALTY CO.. 5?.4 Kan. are., H. MACFERRAN. Mgr. FOR SALE Cheap farms in Shawnee and other counties. W. M. FORBES, 116 W. 6th st. FOR SALE Buchanan, near 2nd, very nice 7 room house, 1H lots, cistern, barn, shade, first class condition. $1,900: $100 down, balance $25 a month, interest 7 per cent. Van Euren. near 19th. 4 rooms. V lots, barn, chicken house, good neighborhood, $9"0; part cash. On South Van Buren St.. S rooms. 2 lots, good well, large barn, good repair, rent. $lo. Price. $75o. This pays 16 per cent. TOPEKA REALTY CO.. 534 Kan. ave.. H. MACFERRAN. Mgr. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. S. M. WOOD & CO. Have 160-acre farm. Joins Russell, Kan., to sell very cheap. Have 160 farm in Elk Co.. sell cheap. 320 farm Ellsworth Co., sell cheap. 160 acres Marion Co., at Antelope sta.. cheap. (2 1 160-acre tracts Kiowa Co., Colo., sell cheap. 30.000 acres on Arkansas river vet, at $1 26,o0 acre ranch in Panhandle at $1. l.C acre farm. Johnson Co.. at $15. Fine bottom farm west of N. Topeka, $55. 320 fine stock and grain farm 12 miles west of city. $20. 2'j0 fine farm, 4 miles city for Chicago flat. Large ranch Wabash Co., well improv ed. $12.50. Have large tract of mineral and stock lands in Missouri yet; sell cheap. Fine 240 acre farm. Benton Co.. Ark., sell or trade for home or farm in E. Kan sas or merchandise. If you want to buy a ranch, farm, sub. tract, home or city property of any kind, call and we will suit you. S. M. WOOD & CO. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE v Stock of groceries, centrally located and doing a good cash business; will invoice about $2.50i). An S-room residence, with hall, closets, pantry and cellar, water in house, stable, 2 lots, on Van Buren St., North Topeka; will trade for western land. $tj.H00 stock of boots and shoes. City property for farms. A great many good houses at very low prices, and on easy terms. Live stock and farm implements, grow ing crop and lease on farm, for city property. Farms in Shawnee county all sizes and prices See. PAYNE & THOMPSON, 627 Kansas avenue. MISCELLANEOUS. WARREN'S SPECIALS Gasoline stoves, new aJid 2nd-bJWd Refrigerators. Lounges and couches. 6 office desks, 1 set double harness. Screens at cost. Baby carriages and go-carts. Portable wardrobe. 3 bicycles. 10 styles straw mattings. 10 second-hand carpels. 1 combination book case and secretary. 2 hotel ranges. , 2 letter presses. New carpets. In fact, everything required to furnish a house. Money or goods go. We want 2oo oak stoves. What have you to offer? We clean gasoline stoves. 418 Kansas Avenue. SEND YOUR DUDS TO CHIVERS and they will come home sweet and clean. FINE CLEANING AND PRESSING is a hobby of ours. We don t need the monev, but we do it to please the people. Linen's, 110 W. &th st- SEND YOUR DUDS TO CHIVERS, then you will see the difference. PEOPLE Intending leaving the city for their summer vacation, let us store your heavy clothing, furs, etc. we give you receipt tor lull value or same. A. HIRBOTTR. Telephone 152. 115 W. 7 St SEND YOUR DUDS TO CHIVERS, then 'you will see the difference. C. F. ItOEDIGER does the best work of dyeing, cleaning and remodeling on lad ies' and gents' clothing. 820 Kansas ave. TROUSERS STEAM SCOURED, Soc. Litten s, 110 W. Sth st. SEND YOUR DUDS TO CHIVERS and they will come home sweet and clean. WANTED To lease farm and cows. In quire Frank Baker. 601 Kansas ave. FOR RENT Services of a gasoline re pair man. All work guaranteed. E. C. WARREN, 41S Kansas ave. SEND YOUR DUDS TO CHIVERS and they will come home sweet and clean. SILK WAISTS, LAWNS, ORGANDIES, party dresses, cleaned. A. HIRBOUR. Telephone 352. 315 W. 7 st. I "VANT TO BUY a mate for my sorrel horse. Dr. Guibor. at Pritchard & Knisely's, P4 E. loth St. LITTEN would like to speak to you in regard to that old suit; it looks shabby it will pay vou to set? him and have it cleaned. Office 110 W. Sth st. SEND YOUR DUD9 TO CHIVERS, then you will see the difference. LADIES' GARMENTS cleaned or dyed. C. F. Roediger s dye work, X20 Ks. Av. REMEMBER We do anything from Hew ing on a button to remodeling an entire wardrobe. Litten's. 310 W. Sth st. SEND YOUR DUDS TO CHIVERS. then you will see the difference. GASOLINE STOVES CLEANED AND repaired. K. C. WARREN. 4IS Kansas ave. CLEANING, DYEING and REPAIRING. A. HTRBOUR. Telephone 152. Hi W. 7th st. GASOLINE OR GAS STOVES repaired. Hull Stove t Repair Co.. 116 E. 8th st. SUITS CLEANED. DYED AND RE paired. C. F. Roediger's dye works, 820 K. A. DELICATESSEN, the best meals in town for 2oc. Cor 7th and Jackson. SEND YOUR DUDS TO CHIVERS and they will come home sweet and clean. BRING IN YOUR SUMMER SUITS for cleaning, dyeing, remodelling misfits and repairing. C. F. lioediger, 82u Kansas ave. STALLS IN GOOD BARN FCH RENT at 421 Quincy street.. OSTKOPATHIST. stepheo?tvooi5hul 2-5: Tues. and Sat. 8-11 a. m. 635 Topeka avenue. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. NOTICE My application for s permit to sell intoxicating liquors, according to law at 6"0 Kansas ave., in the Second ward of the city of Topeka, Is now on file in the offico of the probate judge, of Shawnee county, Kansas. The hearing of the same is set for Saturday, at 9 o'clock a. m., June 9, 1900. ROWLEY & SNOW. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAYDEN. Jeweler and Opti cian. Compicte stock of watches, -diamonds, silverware, etc.. Eyes examined and spectacles properly fitted. PAVINti THE OFFICE of the Capital City Vitrified Brick and Paving Co.. has been removed to 118 West Eighth street. PATENTS. PATENTS Patented and unpatented in ventions bought aud sold. Lucas St Co., St. Louis, Mo. BICYCLES. TOPEKA CYCLE CO., 112 West Sth st Tel. 706. Bicycles and sundries; bicycles and tandems for rent; repairing of all kinds. V. S. CYCLE CO., 11D E. Sth Bt. National and Union bicycles. Sundries, repair. ST A Tit PS, SEALS AND STENCILS. Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum trade checks. Prices low. Catalogue free. TeL 232. MUSIC. VOICE MR. VINCENT GRAHAM will be prepared to receive pupils at Studio, 920 Tyler st.. on and after June 4th. MRS. C. M. SMILEY, S21 Monroe. Teacher of piano and stringed instruments. Les sons of 45 minutes, 25c each; guide free. WATCHES cleaned, 75c: clocks. Kct main springs, 75c; crystals, 10c. Cash paid for old gold or silver. All work guaranteed. Old jewelrv exchanged for new. if hard up. sea Uncle Bam. 612 Kansas avenue. jSTjJRAGE MERCHANTS' TRANFER & STORAGE Co.. packs, ships and stores household goods. Tel. liS. Clarence Skinner, 123 . 6th st. LEGAL. (First published in the Topeka State Jour nal May 26, 1.) , SUPPLIES WANTED. The board of trustees of the charitable institutions of the state of Kansas Invites bids from Kansas houses for supplying the several institutions, under the control of said board, with sundry supplies. Bid win be opened at the Copeland hotel, Topeka, Kansas, at 1 o'clock p. m.. June 11. Imu, Detailed specifications and schedules, may be had by applying to Dr. T. C. Bid well, superintendent insane asylum. Sta tion C., Topeka, Kansas. GRANT HORNADAY, Pres. Topeka, Kan., May 26. 19u0. First Published in the Topeka Journal May 19, 13uo.J SHERIFF'S SALE. Stats In the District Court of Shawnee -County, State of Kansas. Henry F. Shaddinger is Plaintiff, vs. Thcmas Dodd. Henrietta Dodd, Pohn Phil lips, Luella B. Phillips. Jonathan Thom as. The Mortgage Trust Company of Penn., Caroline A. Brier. Calvin Cutler, P. G. Noel, C. O. Knowles, Bennett R. Wheeler as receiver of the Investment Company, are defendants. By virtue of ah Order of Sale issued to me, out of Said District Court, in the above entitled action, I will on Mondav. the 38th day of June. A. D.. 19o. at 10 o'clock a. m. ,of said day, at the east front door of the Court House in the City of Topeka, in the Coupty of Shawnee, lit the State of Kansas, offer at public sale, and sell to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand, all the following de scribed real estate, to-wit: The north half of the northwest quarter of section number 23, township number 10, range 34. lying and situate in the County of Shaw nee In the state of Kansas. The above described real estate is taken as the property of said defendants and is directed by said order of sale to be sold, and will be sold without r-ppralsement, to satisfy said order of rale. PORTER R. COOK. Sheriff of Shawnee County, Kansas. SAFFORD & WILLIAMS, Attorneys. (First published in the Topeka bctte Jour nal May 31, WOO.) NOTICE. Mayor's OfTr-, Topeka, Kansas. Mav 31. 1900. There will bo a special meeting of the council of the city of Topeka. J-ine 4'.h, 1500. at 7:30 o'clock p. m., fir tlio puj r..s of hearing any and all complaints that may be made as to the vaht ol 1:1 b:sessed by the appraisers as per thl report now on file in the oft'iee of tne city cl-ik of said city, of all lot, pieces and parcels of ground liable for the co-t of the improve ment of gruding. curbing and pav.ms of Woodlawn avenue from Willow ftif-iue to Ashland avenue: Wootu:-vo Mtcue from Ashland avenue to Park avenue. Monroe street from Sixth avenuj to Seventh street. Monroe street from SevenUi street to Eighth avenue. Monroe street from Eighth avenue to Ninth street. Monroe street from Ninth street to Tenth avenue. Topeka avenue from Second street to Third street. Eleventh street, from Harrison street to Topeka avenue. Harrison street from Eleventh street to Huntoon street. Taylor street from Seventh street to Eighth avenue. Topeka avenue from Fourteenth street to south ejty limits. Also for grading and pavin. the alley bounded by Seventh street. Eighth avt nue. Van Buren street and Harris a street, and the alley bounded by T avenue. Tyler street, Eleventh street and Twelfth utreet. Also to hear any acd all complaints that may be made as to the validity and uir ness of the assessment of necil tax 1 be assessed and levied on all lots, pieces and parcels of ground liable for surn as sessment for th(" improvement of said streets and alleys. In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the city of Topeka to be attached this Slst dav of Mav, Istuo. (Seal! C. J. DREW, Mayor. Attest: J. H. SQUIRES. City Clerk. PROPOSALS. Proposals for Seating th Auditorium. Sealed bids for seating the Auditorium will be received until Monday. June 4th, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at which time they will be opened by the Auditorium commit-' tee of the Commercial club. Parties mak ing bids to nubmit styles of chairs, num bered to correspond with their proposals. Seating plan may be seen at the rooms of the Commercial club. Chairs to be delivered and placed in the Auditorium not later than September 22d, 1900. The committee reserves th rght to re ject any and all bids and will report thelf recommendations to the Commercial clutr for final action at a special meeting, to be called for that purpose on Monday evening, June 4th, at o'clock. T. J. ANDERSON. Sec y. MACHINE SHOF3. . MACHINE SHOP Lawn mowers sharp ened, raxors and clippers ground. Base ball and sporting goods. Golden Rule Machine works, 514 Kansas ave. EDUCATIONAL. FRENCH AND GERMAN Ttognt either In class or private, terms reasonable Mrs. Hannah Kihlberp-, 316 Harrison st. SPECIALISTS. DR. C. H". GTJIBOR. Diseases of the Nose. Throat and Lungs. 706 iUiuir avenue. HAIBGOIDa SWITCHES. CHAINS. WIGS; your own design to order. Face treatments. Mrs. Hattle Van Vleck. 220- East Filth st. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. MILTON BROWN, lawyer. Practice In all state and federal courts. Suit 41. Craw ford bldg. Topeka, Kan. FLORISTS- MRS. J. R. HAGUE. Florist, successor to R. J. Groves. S17 Kansas ave. Phone 60J. CUT FLOWERS and floral deslsns at Hayes'. 107 West Eight n st- 'Phone a9. MONET. MONEY TO LOAN, at 6 per cent, on To peka and Shawnee county property. Our mortgages are not sold in the east. TOPEKA REALTY CO.. 534 Kan. ave., H. MACFERRAN. Mgr. MONEY TO LOAN on farm and city pro perty. Low rate of interest. J. M. BRIER, 15 Columbian Bidg. MONEY TO LOAN on live stock, pianos, organs, typewriters, household goods and personal security. L. Biscoe. 53 Kan. ave. TO LOAN Money on real estate. Month ly payments. Low interest. See East-, man. 115 West Sixth st. FINANCIAL. "SUGAR" TIP FREE. SEND FOR IT QUICK! INVESTMENT SPECIALIST. Suite 419. 40 Exchange PI., New York.