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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 1900.
3 Weak Nervous, Run Doim People. AT LAST A POSITIVE CURE! Help Is at hand. No sufferer need loncer despair. Mil Dr. Hallock's Won derful Kleotric Piils cure permanently end quicklv. They bo to the root of the trouble, namely, the nerve centres, end (five new life, new enemy, new red blood and make a new person. Thou sands of sufferers thank ihe day they bought the first box of these wonderful tills. Have You These Symptoms? Are vou nervous? Are you fidpety? Are you irritable? Are you changeable In vour mooij-i? Is your appetite capricious? Does your mind wander? lo yi.u change your mind often on the ame subject? Is it hard tor you to con centrate your ntina on any one subject.' Are you fr-tfui? Are you sleepless? Io yiu have Hashes of cold or h at ? Are you troubled at times' with iaipitation? lo you have cold sweats? Io you have tpelis in which you turely think you are going to die? Do you havs strange. T-"aiinr. buzzing sounds in your ears? Do you surfer from Paralysis, Sciatica, Locomotor Ataxia? If you have these symptoms. Dr. Hal lock's Wonderful Klectric Pills for weak, worn-out. nervous people should be used at once. They will positively restore you to p.-rf-ct h--a!th. and Rive a buoyant spirit with n-rves of steel tnd completely cute all of above symp toms. bold at all wholesale and retail druc; etor-s. $1 per box. or 6 boxs, sufficient to cure most obstinate ras.s. and bv Howley i Sno.v, ti J Kansas avenue, Topeka. Kan., or m Sent dir.--t from laboratory, all charges prepaid, on re- FREE TREATMENT To prove the merit of our remedies we will send by mail a five days' treat ment, with medical a1iee. free of charge, on receipt of 10 cents to pay postage and expense, irend for trial treatment today. Address HALLOCK DRl'c; CO., 110 Court St., Boston, Mass. AILROAD NEWS. Santa Fe-Southern Tacific Line Said to Be a Myth. Despite the Announcement of President Huntington. SANTA FE WILL BUILD. Mining Territory Along Colo rado River to Be Opened. Mo Ua user Of contracting Sickness, if you use Pure Water That's the kind fur nished by the TonekaWa Telephone 122. 625 Quincy Street. A New Koad Out of Fresno, Ca.1,. Is Also Projected. The Iew York Commercial says that there will be no joint Santa Fe-South-ern Pacific line between Ogdea and Lower California, nor is any railroad in the interest of those two big systems contemplated between Utah or Nevada to any part of California, in spite of the statement made by President Huntir.g ton to the effect that surveyors for such a line are already In the field. This denial is said to come from a man who is close to the management of the Santa Fe and who Is informed of the future plans of that company. The Santa Fe has a scheme for the con struction of a line up tne Colorado river for a short distance for the develop ment of mining properties, and also for another road in the vicinity of p'resno. The Southern Pacific officials view both of these projected lines with suspicion, and lately put surveyors in the field to ray a short line of their own, but, according to the Santa Fe people, Huntington, does not intend to do any building, and his talk about a joint line to be owned by the Santa Fe and the Southern Pacific is pure imagination. return. Once in every 15 days the boiler will be washed with cold water. SANTA FE MAN SHOT. Brake man Ballou Seriously "Wounds Engineer Wilson at Trinidad. Trinidad, June 11. Engineer T. E. "Wilson was shot twice by a brakeman on his train while in the yards in this city. The train had come from Raton and was waiting orders to proceed east when, as near as can be learned, an altercation arose between the brake man, Ballou, and the fireman. The brakeman cursed the fireman and Engi neer Wilson undertook to stop the quarrel when Bailou drew a revolver and shot him. The first bullet struck Wilson in the right leg just above the knee, causing him to fall. As he struck the ground the brakeman fired the sec ond shot, which struck the right shoul der and penetrated downward. The injured man is about 30 years old, single and lives in Raton, where he has a married sister, a Mrs. Mitchell. He was taken to the La Junta hospital on a special train. After the shooting Ballou disappeared. The cause for Baliou's strange action seems a mystery. The train-crew are all positive that the man had not been drinking and are at a loss to account for his deed. Wilson has been with the company a number of years, having entered the service as a fireman. SiiOWjpTS. .Topeka's Horse Show Promises to Be Successful. MANX NEW MEMBERS. CONDITION OF RAILROADS Railroad "ST. M. C. A. Proving a Big Success. The membership rally of the Railroad Y. M. C. A. is proving a great success. During the first week of the rally about fifty applications were secured. The rally lasts until December 15. All new members have the same privileges in regard to winning the prize as the old members. The prize, a handsome 17 jewel watch with a gold case, will be on exhibition at the office of the gen eral watch inspector of the Santa. Fe. Many Entries Have Already Been Made. FIEST GAME OF POLO. Sport Xew to Topeka Will Be Introduced. Beduced Rates Have Been Granted by the Railroads. WILL OPEN NEELY'S MAIL. Mo. Patronize Home Industry. gome people are in a qaandry In selecting something of a X,uxpry for their dinuer or supper. "Varieties f Silver Leaf Pickles, Especially our sweet mixed, will give a K,acy flavor to your meats. T,abor and time is not spared Endeavoring to make this particular Appetizer up to the highest standard. Jfor sale in all leading Groceries . and Meat Markets. Insist in Getting Silver Leaf Brani Made by OTTO KUEDNE & CO. lanes Representing 00,000 Miles Show Increase of Nino Per Cent. Many railroads reporting monthly earnings have reported for May and to tal gross earnings of all fnited States roads included are $45,451,693. a gain of y.5 per cent over last year, and 10 per cent over ISIjS. Roads reporting em brace 90. (W0 miles nearly one-half of the total mileage of the United States and many leading systems. Traffic last year was remarkably heavy and the in crease in earnings this year reflects greater improvement. Grain movement in the west during May was much be low preceding years," yet granger roads report an increase in earnings of 3.5 per cent over last year and 12.2 per cent over li&S. In the south the cotton move ment was reduced, yet earnings are 6.S per cent over last year and 19. & per cent over IVjS. The movement of other class es of freight has been enormous this year. Central "Western and Pacific loads report the largest increase in earnings, while on trunk lines, southern and southwestern roads earnings are consid erably above last year and very much larger than in li'jS. In the following ta ble earnings of roads reporting for May are compared with last year: Trunk. 10tK), $9,747,321, gain, $740,311; S.2 per cent. Other eastern. 1900, $1,579,367, gain, $23.05.".: 21.8 per cent. Central Western. 1900, $7,779,314, gain, $'!). 0t4 ; 14.2 per cent. Orangers, 1S00. $4,4S,407. gain, $1S9975; 3.5 per cent. Southern, 1900, $9,SS1,427, gain, $614, 71S: j.i per cent. Southwestern. 1900, $6,S93,507, gain. $31'rt.374: 6.1 per cent. Pacific. 19uo. $3, 067,452, gain, $781,031; IS. 3 per cent. United States roads. 1900, $45.,51,795, gain. $3.&31, 328: 9.5 per cent. Canadian. 1900, $1.7S3,000, gain,$179,000: 11.2 per cent. Mexican, 1900, $2,758,831, gain, $438,627; IS. 5 per cent. Total, 1900, $49,993,626, gain, $4,549,155; 10 per cent. Standing of the Jockeys. London. June 11. The standing of the jockeys during the present season finds Cannon still in the lead, with Sloan, J. Keiff. P.igby. Halsey. L. Reiff. P.ickaby, S. Loates, Martin, and Madden follow ing in the order named. locates has ridden seven winners this week, the Reiffs six each, Sloan and Maddei three each. Ed. McGinnis Injured. Ed McGinnis. of the Santa Fe shops, met with an accident Saturday. "While working with the truck gang, a heavy spring dropped on his foot, mashing it severely. He was taken to the company hospital where the injury was treated. ONE FOR IXGALLS. NEW OKLAHOMA EOAI). W iLL PiPEB A Large and Varied Stock select from. to MODERATE PRICES. Financing of Denver, Kingfisher & Gulf Line Completed. Oklahoma City, O. T June 11. W. R. Shanklin, of the corps of engineers that made the preliminary survey of the road from Kingfisher to this city, was in the city yesterday, and he sa:d that word had been received from D. K. Cunningham, who is in the east, that the finances of the proposed road had been satisfactorily arranged and that he would arrive in the city probably today to make a proposition to tne citi zens. The City club also received word to that effect. Mr. Cunningham has been in tie east since the time the original survey was made, and nothing has been done since that time. The big projected road, of which this is a part, is now spoken of as the Denver, Kingfisher & Gulf, and the proposed southern terminus; is at Sabine Pass, ten miles toward tile Guif from Port Arthur, Tex., the terminus of the Kansas City, Pittsburg & Gulf. ROCK ISLAND WILL EXTEND. Nominee For State Senator 31st Dis trict Would Vote For Him. The Republicans of Johnson county nave renominated T. L Hogue for represen tative, A. G. Wilson for probate judge, John Thorn of the Twentieth Kansas for clerk of the district court. K. C. Ow en for county attorney. A. F. Mclntyre for superintendent and S. H. Allison for commissioner. P. W. Sponable was in dorsed for state senator for the district composed of Johnson and Miami coun ties and permitted to name his own del egates to the senatorial convention. The resolution instructed the representative and senator for J. R. Burton for United States senator. Burton addressed the convention. In Saline county the Republicans en dorsed J. G. Mohler for state senator from the Thirty-first district, composed of Saline and Ottawa counties. Ottawa county concedes the nomination to Sa line this year, so the indorsement is equivalent to a nomination. Mohler served in the senate from IsSS to 1S3-, but was defeated for reelection when the Populist party arose. He refuses to declare himself on the senatorial ques tion. Dut lie is counted tor J. R. Burton. The Baker faction, headed by T. D. Fitzpatriek.postmaster at Salina.fought his indorsement up to the primaries. ""When I was in the senate before," Capt. Mohler said, in his speech of ac ceptance. ""I voted for John J. Ingalis, and I still have a warm love in my heart for the old man. If I had my choice I would vote for him again, and if any body wants to know who I'm for I'll tell him I am for John J. Ingalis. But I expect to go into the senatorial caucus and I will vote for the -nominee of the caucus, be he Burton, Baker, Ingalis or the devil." S. J. Osborn. who was speaker of the nouse m tne legislature, was renomina ted by a vote of 97 to 27 over Thomas Anderson. Osborn is also counted in the Burton camp, although he refused to Cl' A lively-interest is being manifested in the Topeka Horse show which will be held in this city on June 27, 23. 29. This unusual interest is shown not only in Topeka but in nearly all of the towns and cities of any consequence in the state. Kansas City will be well repre sented. 'Already 20 entries have been made by horsemen from there.- The first performance will be given on Wednesday evening, June 29. The re maining performances will be on Thurs day and Friday afternoons and even ings. The amphitheater and arena will be brilliantly iighted with electricity during the. evening performances. Among the horses entered are four of the greatest prize winners in last year's and this year's horse shows. Princess Reed, who won the champion harness class at the Kansas City horse show last year is one of the highest acting show horses living. Limestone Bell has no equal in the high school class. Jean Valjean is the great "hob." Queens bury, the great jumping horse owned by K. B. Armour of Kansas City has a jumping record of six foot six and will be shown here in the jumping class. . Marshall's band has been engaged and will give concerts during each of the performances. The amphitheater has been enlarged so as to make room for people to go out with their carriages and see the show. The amphitheater will be built on the south end of the golf links on the Keith tract. It will be 255 feet long, and isO feet wide. The en trance will be at the southwest corner. The carriage entrance will be at the northeast corner. In the middie of the amphitheater on the west side a space of 200 feet will be reserved for reserved seats. The seats will have lean backs and there will be a canopy overhead. On the south and east sides will be bleach er seats. Fast of the amphitheater will be the horse and carriage tents. En tries to the arena will be from the east side. The railroads have granted a fare of one and a third for the round trip. One of the special features of the show will be a polo game. A. E. Ash brook of Kansas City will captain one side and Dean Low will be captain of the other. Polo is the game which is now so popular in the east. This will be the first polo game ever witnessed in Topeka. Mr. Low won the game over Mr. Ashbrook in Kansas City about two weeks ago. O. P. Updegraff will act as master of ceremonies. Mortimer Levering of La fayette. Indiana, Warren B. Galbreath, of Dallas, Texas, and John R. Gentry, of St. Louis, will be the judges. Where a purse is given an entrance fee of 5 per cent will be charged. A di rector s ticket will be sold which will admit the holder and lady to the amphi theater reserved seats and the promen ade during the whole show. Unusual Proceeding In the Case of the Cuban Postoffice Employe. Washington, June 11. The proceed ings now in progress at Indianapolis with a view to having produced and opened in court a "package and letter addressed to C. W. F. Keely, are said by the officers of the. postoffice depart ment to be unusual, such cases occur ring at very infrequent intervals. As a rule, matter sent" through-the mails under seal and bearing postage at first class rates cannot be opened and in spected under any circumstances, the exception being when an order for inr spection is issued by a court. It has been decided by the supreme court that such packages or letters cannot- be opened by postoffice employes, but that a court has the same right to order such an investigation as if the articles were actually in the possession of the addressee. -In order to obtain such an order deposition must be made that the package or letter in question is sup posed to contain matter which should be made public and the package must be specifically described. It is. pre sumed that the article addressed to Xeely of necessity must be under seal, as the postmaster has the right to in spect all matter prepaid at third or fourth class rates. The fact that a package is sent at first class rates, un der seal, is regarded as a suspicious circumstance indicating a desire to keep the contents secret, and it is be lieved that this fact may have weight in directing the action of the postoffice inspectors in the present case. BOOjI FOR SHIYELT. Indiana Men Will Urge His Nomina tion For the Vice Presidency. Indianapolis, Ind., June 11. The de velopments since the adjournment of the Democratic state convention con firm the belief that B. F. Shively, former congressman from the South Bend district and four years ago the Democratic candidate for governor, will be acceptable to Mr. Bryan for the sec ond place on the ticket, and the Indi ana delegation will attend the Kansas City convention and work for his nom ination. When the delegates were first selected it was not known how they would stand In reference to Shively, but Mayor McTaggart, John W. Kern and other influential Democrats have since received evidences that the entire dele gation will support him, and an active campaign, is already on in his interest. Immediately following the with drawal of Shively from the race for the gubernatorial nomination a number of his friends indicated to the party man agers that he would not refuse a place on the ticket with Bryan, and he has since said that he would esteem the nomination an honor. The full state central committee and the delegation to Kansas City, to gether with many Democrats of promi nence who will attend, will work earn estlyfor him, and it is believed that he will receive the nomination. The Democratic leaders believe that it would add greatly to the strength of the state ticket to have a national candidate from Indiana. MORE TO FOLLOW. TUE BEST WORK. II. L. LARSH & CO. 116 W. Eighth St. II Pll No, You can't find any other Guthrie & Western Line to Be Con tinued as Far as Watonga. Guthrie. O. T.. June 11. It is row be lieved that the Guthrie & Western rail road, the line between this city and Kingfisher, will be completed anu in op eration by June 25. The laying cf ties is progressing rapidly and the placing of raiis on the portion of the line not yet completed is to begin tomorrow. The rail layers who have been v.-orking on the eastern Oklahoma road went to Seward to work on the Guthrie & West ern line yesterday. A new town is be ing laid out by a land owner named Burg, five miles west of Seward. It will be named Burg. The report that the Rock Island will extend the Guthrie & Western from Kingfisher to Watonga has been veri fied by one of the officials. He has stated that the extension will be made before any other road has time to en ter the field. As the Choctaw is now making an attempt tr enter Watonga. the Rock Island will begin worfe at once. RIYER JORDAN WATER. Dr. Countermine Uses It to Baptize Eleven Infants. At the First Presbyterian church Sun day special children's day exercises were given. The church was beautifully decorated with asparagus, palms, cut flowers and daisies. Over the rostrum hung the single word, "Welcome." The letters were worked with daisies on a back ground of green velvet. Ribbons of white were draped over this motto and from the ceiling hung a white dove the dove of peace. The occasion for the exercises was the graduation of a class of 26 boys and girls from the primary department cf the Sunday school into the intermediate Mayor Drew Says Liquor Prosecu tions Will Continue. If Mayor Drew can do it all the joints and drug stores which are selling liquor illegally will be closed. Speaking of the situation, he said "I am going to keep after all the liquor dealers as long as I am mayor, and if it can be done we will close them all if it can't, we will come as near mak ing Topeka a dry town as it has ever been, beveral drug stores and joints have been pulled, and there will be more to follow, but I can't speak of them just now. That will come out later." In reply to the question, "Do you consider the plan you have adopted success," he said: "I certainly do. and don t see how we can improve upon it. BUILDING SIDEWALKS. rlpns rrmrt Var-Yt of trio crolno rc -aCT eclare himself. He also refused to say presented' with a diploma. Also each ,-hetner he would again be a candidate one was given a Bible containing the for speaker. DENVER, COLORADO! SPRINGS, PUEBLO AND RETURN, $24, Via the Santa Fe. Tickets on sale June 1st; stopover al lowed at Colorado common points. Awnings. The best in the world; (made of wood, awning and blind com bined) to be seen at and sold by J. Thomas Lumber Co., 614 Van Buren street. . DENVER, ' COLOSADO SPRINGS. PUEBLO AND RETURN, $24, Via the Santa Fe. Tickets on sale June 1st; stopover al lowed at Colorado common points. name of the recipient together with the date and other facts in connection with the gut. The important feature of the day was the baptism of eleven infants by the Rev. Dr. Countermine. While in the Holy Land the doctor obtained the wa ter which he used yesterday. Mr. Coun termine dipped this water with his own hands. His guide wanted to secure it for him, but was not permitted to do so. It was taken from the river Jordan near the place where it is thought that Christ was baptised. The ceremony was very impressive. The pastor made a touching address before closing the meeting. He expressed his apprecia tion of the kindness of his congregation and said that all should be thankful that they lived in Christian America. Construction of 71,000 Feet Has Been Commenced. Contractor John Ritchie has com menced work on the construction of the new brick sidewalks both in Potwin Place and in Martin & Dennis addi tion. The first work was started at Seventeenth and Buchanan. The total amount of walk to be laid is about 71.000 lineal feet. 5.000 feet be ing new walk that has been petitioned for and 66,000 feet is walk that will re place the old board walks. The contractor is required to lay at least 10,000 feet per month, and of course will lay mofe some months, the work depending upon the weather. The work will all be completed before De cember 1. PEFFER SAW NO SPIRITS. Ex-Senator Talks to Spiritualists About Other Things. Wm. A. Peffer addressed the spirit ualist meeting at 422 Kansas avenue last night on the subject of "Higher Moral Development." He did not say a thing during his discourse that could in any way be twisted into a sanction of the spirit idea as advanced by the spiritualists. On the contrary, he talked very close to hi3 subject, which he construed to mean progression. After Mr. Peffor had finished his ad- WE HUST REPEAT. Threatened by Chinese Mobs. KE. PAXTON'S NEW IDEAS. Ei A M S quite equal to the ff- iPii rirj VLratt M ii 2 BRAND. " si Li Santa Fe Engine Boilers Will Here after be Blown Out Instead of Washed. With the installment of Thomas Pax ton as master mechanic of the eastern division of the Santa Fe a number of new regulations have been made. An important one is the order to have the engine boilers blown out before and after each trip. Heretofore the boilers have been washed with cold water on an average of every other day. The use of cold wa ter, it is claimed, is injurious. A cistern will be built near the wat.-r tank at the round house in this city. The apparatus used will admit of blowing the mud from the boiler into the cistern.- This performance of blowing the engine will be gone through with before the engine makes the trip and then aain on its When Everybody in Topeka Tells the Same Story. It is hard to say new things about Doan's Kidney piils. They cure the lame and aching back, the sufferer from kidney disorders and the troubles of those whose uiinary organism is wrong in its action. That they do this is so easy to prove that not a vestige of doubt remains. Public endorsement of local citizens is easily proven. Read this case: Mrs. A. W. Wells, of 613 Chandler street, says: tor thre or tour years 1 was troubled with kidney trouble. The heavy, beat'irg down aching through my loins and across the small of my back was freiuer.tly so bad that I couid only stand for a short time. When I caught cold I suffered severely and the rain extended rip into my head and almost set me wild. I doctored and took a great maiy remedies but ob tained nothing but transitory relief. I got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills from Rowley 6c Snow's drug store and the bereflt received from the treatment rendered my back and kidneys better than tkiy had bten for a long time. 1 take pleasure in reeom mending a rem edy from which I derived such satis factory results." Doan's Kidney Kills for sale by Row ley & Snow. tOO Kansas avenue, and all other dea'ers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by Fcster-llilburn Co.. Buffalo. X. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the mime Daan'g and take no substitute. fit i & i - - . in ' - IK: ,2 1 f i i' f T-J m if "r i i ' i 1 1 F n 1 to! i as when the baker put them in is the way the "In-er-seal Patent Package" brings your biscuit, crackers and wafers to you. Air tight and proof against moisture, dust, odors and germs, this package preserves the goodness, freshness and crispness of its con tents all the way from the baker to you. 1 13 i w None but the best of baking is contained in the "In-er-seal Patent Package." When you order Soda Biscuit, Milk Biscuit, Saratoga Flakes, Long Branch Biscuit, Butter Crackers, Graham Biscuit, Oat meal Biscuit, Ginger Snaps, Handmade Pretzelettes, Va nillaWafers, tell your grocer you want those that are con tained in the "In-er-seal Patent Package," with the trade mark design on the ends. Used exclusively by EATI3XAL BISCUIT CSXPAXY dress Mrs. Searing gave what the spir itualists call "a' few tests." She gave a description r,f three or four spirits which she said were flocking around Mr. Peffer." but he failed to recognize any of them, although she went so far as to cair their names. She had much better luck in locating novering spirits for the " true believers." They seemed able to remember any spirit she would describe; in fact, it looked very much as if they were anxious to pick out spirits so she could tell how they ap peared. The president of the "spirit friends" announced that Judge John Martin would address the meeting next week. k-k-k-k k i THE i Ham bausage I PATTISON A CANDIDATE. Pennsylvania Ex-Governor a Possi bility as Bryan's Running Mate. Washington, June 11. Pennsylvania may present a candidate to the Kansas City convention for the vice presidency. This, at least, is the opinion of the Philadelphia Bulletin, and. also of some of the leading Democrats of the Key stone state. A definite effort is being made by certain influential Pennsylva nia Democrats to boom Former Gover nor Robert E. Pattison for the Demo cratic nomination. For sevenal months Mr. Pattison's name has been discussed in ihis connection in Pennsylvania and other states, and it is reported that dur ing the former governor's recent visit to Chicago he received assurances that the Democrats of the northwest would not be hostile to his candidacy. As a political foil for Bryan. Pattison is re garded as especially available. While loval to Bryan in 1SSS. he, nevertheless. retained the confidence of the sound money Democrats, and there are Dem ocratic intluences at work in Philadel phia and elsewhere which believe that Pattison as Bryan's running mate would materially strengthen the ticket. It is well known that Pattison is not averse to being a candidate. When in terviewed on the subject some time ago he implied his willingness, if the con vention saw fit to nominate him. to un dertake the responsibility of the can vass. Acting under this assurance, a number of the members of the Phila delphia Democratic city committee are agitating for an indorsement of Patti- MADE BY THE Chas. WoliI Packing Is the very best thing can get for Lunches or nics. Cooked, ready to serve. Co. you Pic- The genuine is branded WOLFF." YE GUARANTEE To launder without fading the Brightest Colors and Most Delicate Tints. TOPEKA LAUNDRY CO. (CO-OPERATIVE.) E. . DeXOSS. L. K. FESWEIi. The United States Consulate at Tien Ism Minister t; China, cables which. Edwin M. Conger, our is any nay threatened Dy tne violence of mobs. The "Boxers," an active secret organization, is especially active in arousing senti ment against Americans and all other foreigners, and trouble is looked for at any moment. DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS, PUEBLO AND RETURN, $24, Via the Santa Fe. Tickets on sale June 1st: stopover al-. lowed at Colorado common points. ffo ol with 3 Fan I It' a useless exertion. Tbere' more concentrated coolnesa and I refreshing comfort in one glass oft Rootbeer than a family of lan eL can furnish. (frC; ' ""v "Write for list of pre- j? X xnmms offered tr t ' V for UbAia. sfMT$& DeMOSS & PENWELL x x 4- 5 Funeral Directors and Embalmers. First-Class Service at reason able prices. 511 Quincy St., Topeka, Kan. Tele phono 193. WE'LL DO VOUR HAL'LLNQ RIGHT. Topeka Transfer Go. S09 Kansas Annu Cfflce Tel. 420. House TeL 3l. F. P, BACON, Proprietor. ME ABOUT 6T0&A.GE. -