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TOPER A STATE JOTJBNAIi. FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 15, 1900.
7 a, H r- , l V BUY YOUR CLOTHING RIGHT NOW. Too many goods We won't carry them over if we can help it so we commence to slash prices to make m go. Come while our stock is full pick out your suit you will save money we mean every word of Come early tomorrow to receive the best attention. I the t if- i V.."- 3 t - i Think of this. Boys' Shirts, negligee, with 2 collars and C fl separate cutis vluls Boys' Shirts with h.35c attacheu collars The largest line of Men's and Boys' Negligee Shirts in the citv. S3 dozen Men's Negligee Shirts, with detached culls. Men's Soft Bosom Shirts ..35c 50c I Eoyi' Shirt Hoys- Hoys' Boys' Boys' Men' Blacker Tan Men's Ilea's White Men's Men's 35c Ulour" aoK0" an"""- gffi ""ZEST Summer' String Ties. Fine Balbr.ggan Waists, Hose. kinds, I awea.ers, Pants, Drawers, 4 pairs Shirts. Suspenders, 3 doz. for Pajamas, Underwear, 25 gc j 10c 1 45o 15c 25c 50 450 12c 25c Sl.00 25 1 Tiir 1 Ml All1 1 n c s 1 r j f -j -DEALERS &3 i ii j i t c r- 1 --j r j j s. j ! ri b a n a j h a r m m Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats. 108 East Sixth Street. Tel. 425. We do a strictly Cash business: Selling for cash only, paying cash, and discounting all our bills. Therefore we can afford to and do give, the lowest possible prices. You do not pay us for goods some one else bought and neglected to pay for. 17 lbs. Finest Granulated Sugar 19 lbs. C Sugar Straight Patent Flour, per sack Primrose Butter, per pound , Prim? Country Butter try it) per pound Fresh Eirgs, per dozen lo bars PiKi nix Soap S bars White Russian Soap ... ti bars Grandpa's Soap S bars Silk Soap 8 bars Diamond C Soap 12 bars Monday Morning Soap 5 cans Lewis' Lye 7 lbs. Bulk Starch ., 1 gallon Syrup 1 gallon t an Fancy Syrup 1 quart can Fancy Syrnp 1 quart can Maple Syrup 5-lr. can Apple Butter :;-ib. can Apple Butter 1 dozen Ma-ion Pint Jars 1 dozen Mason Quart Jars 1 dozen Mason Half Gallon Jar3 1 lb. Fancy Golden Rio CoJfee 1-lb. pkg. Gona Mocha and Java Coffee 1-ln. pkg. Lion Coffee 1-lb. pk-. Arbuckle's Coffee 4r J We carry the best stock of Fresh Our cutters are skillful and obliging. if you give us a trial we will retain it. iitiiMiiiUrilrl GHORTEQT LINE. GOLOOADG FLYi The Hudson Hiver Day Boat. The Lak - h-.i-a 1'us; Mail Xo. 6 1-av-Jng Ohiea sr. il.iiiy h.-.vi a. m.. with throutrh biifi'. t sie-t'er. ia the only train from I'riii asro making dir-'t rop.neetion with the Huls..n River ray Lin- boats from Albany. The Xew Kmj'.atU Kx-j.r--s is til" only twenty-six hour train --tween Chiea' arvi f'-itur.. av s 4'hieau'i every .lay at 2:0' i. m. Th? Lake tfiiore Lrr.ite-I is the nmy twenty four hour train between cheapo and New York i.:issin tlirousrh the beauti ful .Mohauk Valley am! a'ona the b.mks ef the Hudson lMver by daylight, tfum !ror t.earist tickets ate n..w on sai. H. F. Hum) hrey. T. P. A.. Kansas City, Mo.. F. .M. I'.yron, O. W. A., Chicago. DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS. PUEBLO AND RETURN, $24, Via the Santa Fe. Tickets on sale June 1st; stopover al lowed at Colorado common points. Rock Island Route. Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo. j:4.00 for the round trip; final return October 31st. DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS, PUESLO AND RETURN, $24, Via the Santa Fe. Tickets on sale June 1st; stopover al lowed at Colorado common points. Hlph grade Thermometers at Chas. EejLoetiat OfJcia-D, 720 Kansas avenue. fell lid XI k li ii S - """'r . r. ilJEr. SI & IN- .Sl.OO . l.OO .85 .23 . .15 .IO . .25 . .25 . .25 .25 . .25 . .25 .25 .25 . .25 . .35 . .IO . .10 .25 . .IO . .60 .60 . .83 . .15 .20 . .12 . .13 0 and Cured Meats in the market. J We desire your patronage, and OPPOSES UNION LABEL. Rival of Typographical Union Elects Officers. Kansas City. Mo.. June 15. The Inter national Printers" Protective fraternity, at it ninth iirnuVl convention held in this city adapted resolutions favoring the re peal of ail union hitel laws and ordi nances. The fraternity claims a member ship uf 3.ij(j .rinlers. The following offi cers were e!ect-d; President. I R. Bar ry. Pit t-bui-ic. Piu; vice president, F. r?. ?hutz, -S;:n Lnetro. Cal.; secretary. I. K. I'ruk.'ntil'er. Kansas City; treasurer, Kugene Basyett. os Angeles, Cal. Gets a St. Louis Man. . Jackson, Hiss.. June 15. The plan of Theodore C. Link of St. Louis wa3 un animously cin?n by the state house commissioners tjday, and Mr. Link was also chosen the supervlsinar architect of Mississippi's new million dollar capital. Homeseekers' Excursion via Santa Fe Route. On June 13th 'will sell tickets to points in Arkansas. Arizona. Indian Territory. Louisiana. New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas, a. so to Rocky Ford. Colo., and local p.jiius east thereof. Tickets limit ed 21 days. Lio-ral stopover privileges on going trip. See T. L. King, Agent, Topeka. A Card of Thanks. We. the undersigned, wish to offer our sincere thanks to the neighbors and f rieads and members of the X. A. A. for their kindness in the sickness and death 5 of our dear wii'e and mother, and also ; for the tioral offerings, and the hack- men for donating their carriages for I tne funeral. A. M. HAKUA.NLI. M. L. HARLAXD. C. A. HARLAXD. H. P. HARLAXD. Homeseekers' Excursion via Santa Fa Route. On June 19th -will sell tickets to points in Arkpncas irinna Tnrliwn Territory. I Louisiana. New Mexico. Oklahoma and Texas, also to Rot-icy Ford, Colo., and local points east thereof. Tickets limit ed 21 days. Liberal stopover privileges on going trip. See T. L. King, Agent, Topeka. The Grand Trunk Railway System Will serve you well to the choicest re sorts of Canada and the East. For fares, descriptive literature and general information, apply to J. H. Burgis, city passenger and ticket agent, 24a Clark street, corner Jackson boulevard, Chi cago. Remember the Concert To-Night At Garfield Park by Marshall's band, S o'clock. TOMORROW' we commence a great sale on Men's All-wool Suits. Every one is worth 12.50 every penny of it but we have them. and want to get rid of them. They are new and stylish. Come, see them, and take your pick out of this lot for Sg 50 You no doubt recollect the sale of Men's All-wool Suits we made early this season. Well, we have another tig- lot of Odds and Ends in Men's Suits. They are all wool, and worth more tnan ciouoie tne money. They are on our first counter in the store. Every suit in this lot for $n oo Ui Men's Fine Cassiniere, Cheviot and Worsted Suits, in Spring weights, at Gut Prices to close out. See -'A THE RECENT ECLIPSE. One of the Observers Gives Result cf His Work. Washington, June 15. A preliminary account of the observations made at Wadesboro, N. C, during the recent eclipse, under the direction of the Smithsonian institution has been pre pared by c. O. Abbott, of the institu tion. "The main object of investigation," says Mr. Abbott, "was the corona, and of this first, a photographic study of the detailed structure f the inner corona; with, second, a determination whether appreciable heat leaches us from it, and, if possible, an examination of the form of its spectrum energy curve. "The eclipse was notably not a dark one. Xo second magnitude stars were observed with the naked eye. Most of th j observers saw only Mercury though Venus was distinguished by some, skimming through the trees, and Ca pelia, also was seen by a few. The high degree of illumination operated unfav orably in the study of the outer corona. "The fail of temperature and rising breeze were distinctly noticeable before totality. Xo change in direction of wind was noted. Shadow bands were seen, but those observers -who attempt ed to measure their velocity found them too rapid and flickering for any suc cessful work in this direction, yet there was notable unanimity among indepen dent observers as to their size and dis tance apart (about five inches). "It was noticed that the birds were silent during totality, but true to their nature the Kngiish sparrows were last to be still and first to begin their dis cussions of the eclipse after the return of light. The attention of all visual observers was caught by the equatorial streamers. Father Woodman described the appearance as like a mother of pearl, but different observers differed on the col'Tr and estimate." A yellowish green tinge was noted by the artist of the party, Mr. Child, while to others, the light was straw color or golden. The visual telescopic observa tions of the writer gave little indication of the final finely divided structure of the inner corona which he had noted at Pikes Peak during the eclipse of 1STS. Structure, to be sure was evident, but not In such minute subdivision as had been then seen. One remarkable prom inence was seen as well as several smaller ones, but the coronal streamers did not give to visual observers the impression of being connected in any way with the prominences nor to the writer was the telescopic coronal struc ture connected with them. All ob servers reported a succcessful carrying out of the programme. The greatest interest centered In the direct corona negatives taken with the 135 foot tele scope. Mr. Smillie exposed six 30x30 plates during totality, with times ranging from one-ha'f to sixteen seconds. All these negatives have not yet been de veloped. Those of one-half second, two seconds and four seconds exposure have been hurriedly examined, however, and they give clear indication of the cross ing and re-crossing of filaments like the appearance of a field of grain bending in the wind. The prominences and polar streamers appear in imposing magnitude and detail. Mr. Abbott with the aid of Mr. Men denhall detected the heat of the corona probably for the first time. For five minutes before second contact, the bo lometer was successively exposed to the region of sky close to the narrowing crescent of the sun where the corona was shortly to appear. A diaphragm was interpo sed the beam having apper ture of only 0.4 separate com. Deflations rapidly diminishing from SO to ti mm. were obtained, the last being about 40 seconds before totality. Then the dia phragm was opened to 500 times its for mer dimensions and negative deflection of 11 mm. was observed after totality where these positive deflections had just been found, showing that the corona was actually cooler than the gray card w hich had been used at the room tem perature. Xext the black surface of the moon was allowed to radiate upon the bolometer, and the still larger negative deflection of 1 mm. was obsenred. The important result was that the corona gave a positive indication rf heat as compared with the moon. This heat, though certain, was, however, toa slight to be subdivided by the dispersion of the prism, with the means at hand. The negatives taksn to depict the out er corona show from three to four solar diameters extension.the longest stream ers. The equatorial wings assumed more and more hair-like proportions as they recede from the sun and are finally lost in an equally illuminated sky, with out having given any indication of act ually coming to an end. Xo attempt to clearly examine the plates taken for intra-mercurial planets has yet been possible. It is. however, doubtful if- any very faint objects will be found, in consideration of the con siderably sky illumination during total ity. However, Pleicne and many faint stars in the Pleiades were plainly seen on one of the plates. On the w hole the expedition may fair ly be considered as very satisfactory in Its results. t Boys' Wash Suits. n We believe we have as many as any two stores ;o the city. Boys' Wash Suits.. 35c Elegant assortment of Boys' Wash Suits, in white, striped and fancy lots... '....50c 50 styles Wash Suits . From 60c to $2.50 Boy 9' Wash Pants 15o 20c 25c 50c Fine White Duck and P. K. Pants for Boys. t t PRINTING MONEY. Government is Hurrying Preparations Eor Crop Moving Season. New Tork. June 15. A special to the Journal of Commerce from Washington says: The treasury is facing the crop moving oeatuu very wen equipped with govern ment notes, but under some pressure in regard to supplying the large volume of new bank notes which has been ap plied for under the gold standard law. The probability of a heavy demand for notes was anticipated early in the win ter. Precautions were taken to print a large stock of silver certificates of the denomination of Jl and $2 and United States notes of larger denomina tions. Treasury notes issued under the snerman law are no longer being print ed in accordance with the mandate of the gold standard law for their grad ual retirement. A.s a result of the pre cautions taken early in the winter it has been possible to reduce the printing of government notes somewhat and to put the force of the- bureau cf engrav ing and printing more largely on to new bank notes. It is proposed aft'r this week to begin work upon the new silver certificates for $5 for which the design has just been completed. A stock of these will be run off as rapidly as possible in order that they may have a few- weeks to dry before they are is sued. It is the usnal experience that after notes have been issued of a new design there is great unwillingness to accept those of an eld desizn. even when fresh from the treasury presses. For this reason few certificates for $5 have been issued recently from the old plates and preparations have been made to issue from the new plates as soon as tiey are ready. The treasury will b? amply supplied with notes for ex change, but may be somewhat handi capped in issuing ary different class or note from that offered for exchange, because of the scant margin of author Sxed issues The United States notes on hand June 11 were $21.lit?,.7(2 and silver certificates J7.389.332. This total of more than S29.000.000 is about tV. 000. 0OC better than the minimum of last summer and autumn, but it might very soon be exhausted by heavy demands. THE "SORROW DANCE. Indians Mourn for Tribesmen on the Lost Ship Pioneer. Minneapolis, Minn., June 15. Victo ria, B. C, special to the Times says: Interest in the fate of the sealing schooner Pioneer, which was last spoken on the 27th of September. 189S, and which has long been given up for lost. ha3 been revived by the receipt of news that the Swashis of the west coast are celebrating the sorrow dance for their tribesmen who were abuard the ill-fated craft. The Swashis claim to have in formation that the schooner has been found derelict with masts and rudder gone and that the skeletons of all the crew were found aboard .he floating hulk. SCOTT BOOMERS. California and Nevada Delegates , Shout For the "Builder of the Oregon." North Platte, Neb., June 15. The California delegation, to the Republican national convention passed through here last evening traveling in two spe cial sieepers covered with appropriate banners and inscriptions. The delegates are united in their support of Irving M. Scott, "the man. who built the Ore gon," for vice president. George C. Pardee, one of the delegates at large said: "Mr. Scott's greatest availability is that he is frtom California, the great est state of the west. The Pacific coast should be represented on the national ticl;et because of the large figure the Philippine question w ill cut in the com ing campaign. We are next to Hawaii and the Philippines and are more di rectly interested in. them than perhaps any other section of the country." The Nevada delegation is a!so on the train. One of lt3 members stated that Nevada w-ould stand shoulder to shoulder with California in support of Mr. Scott. - Is it a burn? lse Dr. Thomas' Eclec- tric Oil. A cut? Lse Dr. Thomas Eclectric OiL At your druggists. Bn y 1 ! Y:a Harg Always EoagS S'gaatar of V. E3 a X . Bear tie sa Haw AnMH B3Sjl With. - a Tia Kind Yaa Kara always tegs uur JP.eJf Boys' myiwuxw& t Wash r'?'-1' 1 fetiwiiiiMiw I Suits. J . . . . CAN'T SAKE IT. New fork Census Men Will Not Finish Work Today. .- ' New York, June 15. The work of the census enumerators for the county of New York is rapidly nearing comple tion. Of the eleven hundred districts, the work has been completed in 50. and Supervisor Wilbur says that by today 300 more will be complete All of the enumerators will not be through by today, however, as in some cases it is difficult to find people in. and the enumerators will not be excusedjun til the returns are absolutely complete: In cases where people have refused 10 answer questions the enumerators have been instructed to make one more caii and if they still refuse to answer to take them to the district attorney's office.- Steamboat Record Broken. ; Detroit, Mich.. June 13. The Detroit and Cleveland Steam Xavigation com pany's steamier City of Mackinac has broken the record for the trip between Detroit and Sault Ste Marie. Tuesday the Mackinac left here with a special excursion, and the Soo was reached -i.i just 22 hours, an average rate of over is miles per hour for the trip. Chinese Poll Tax Raised. Ottawa. Or.t., June 15. In the house of oonvmons Thursday a bill was Intro duced by the premier, raising the poll tax on Chinese from $50 per head to $100 per head. Sir Wilfrid Laurier also promised to appoint a royal commis sion to investigate the whole question of Chinese and Japanese immigration and report its findings to the imperial authorities. : iwMlf IS- IW MISCELLANEOUS ADS. FREE MESSENGER SERVICE. - PULL a Postal' Teleeraph-Cable' Box. or call by telephone Ho. 417 and have your Wnnt Ads brought to The- State- Journal uitice by free messenger. Xo charge to you for messenger service. Cost of classi fied ads. 5 cants, per tine pf six words to the line and very fraction thereof. WANTED SITUATIONS. WANTED Washing and ironing to do at home, by a woman with two children; can do good work. 1208 Logan St., Xorth Topeka. WANTED Situation by yountr girl to care for baby, or help around house. Address Jennie Xeison, 40S FaircKild St. WANTED Work by a colored young man in hotel, private family or house work. Inquire 151 Monroe st. WANTED-Xurstnsr. by day or week. Call or addre-s-a. M til vane st. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED All that are interested in Bel gian hares to call and see the st'X.-k of the Annie M. Trapp Belgian Hare Co.. at 112 and 114 W. 7th St.. second story. About 125 head to chose from. The celebrated bock "Cyrano." score irj valuation J155, has just been received. Annie M. Trapp, manager. WANTED A pents' and end a ladies' hi$fft grade, late model bicycle. Give make and price. B. B. L., care State Journal. WANTED Tou to know that J. H. Fosdick cleans carpets. J. H. Fosdick cleans Portieres. J. H. Fosdick scours Carpets. J. H. Fosdick washes Ingrains. Jennie Fosdick cleans Lace Curtains. Harmola Carpet and Lace cleaning. &0S Kansas avenue. Phone S10. WANTED Lace curtains and portieres ts clean. Mrs. Fosdick. 725 Quincy at. " WANIED-rESSALE HELP. WANTED A housekeeper to go short distance from city. Address 3. K., Jour nal office. WAXTED Tounj lady roommate; pleas ant room, nice lrtton. cheap. Ad dress H. M.. care Journal. WANTED White girl for general house work; no washing. 516 Harrison. WANTED First class white woman, to cook. 51S' Harrison. WANTEDA good white girl: good cook: can gret good wages at the Topeka ceme tery, if position a applied for soon. WANTED Experienced white girl for general housework; good wages. 427 To peka ave. WANTED Girl for general housework. Reference required. Apply 610 K.ansas ave., 10 a. m. WANTED A competent girl for general housework. Mrs. J. P. Davis, 1034 To peka ave. WANTED Good girl for general house work. Apply at 3"J& Topeka avenue. WANTED An experienced dining room girl: steady employment and good wages. Hotel Whitley, Emporia, Kan. WANTED MALE HELP, WANTED Horse, driver. 700 or SOO lbs. Give prie. ag. etc.: no traders. Ad dress C. M. E, Journal. WANTED By a middle-aged man (white) housecieanir.g, etc. H. G.. Journal. TOl'NO MEN Our Illustrated catalogue explains how we teach barber trade in 8 weeks. Mailed free, iloler Barber Col lege, St. Louis, Mo. WANTED Salesman to sell our full line of choice nursery stock. We give a printed guarantee that stock will be true to name. Write to Mount Hope Nurseries, "Lawrence, Kansas. EOK RENT ROOMS. F041 RENT Furnished rooms for house keeping, first floor. 711 Quincy st. FOR RENT Two furnished or unfurn ished rooms; board if desired. 51S Quincy street. FOR RENT-Rooms, Crawford flats. In quire 212 E. 5th st. FOR RENT Store room 25x100. corner Third and Kansas ave. M. Heery. FOR RENT Furnished front room. 414 Quincy St. FOR RENT--Furnished rooms cool. S. W. corner Fifth and Madison st. FOR RENT Recently modernized furn ished rooms for light housekeeping. 421 Quincy st. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT One 3-room cottage, 315 Branner st. : 5 room cottage, 41$ Locust St., in .rood repair, water in kitchen. Ap ply 1114 Quincy st. FOR RENT $3.75 clean 3 room house. near shops, with basement. 30 Walnut stree-t- FOR RENT Six room cottage. Inquire 417 Madison st. FOR RENT 1321 Tyler St., seven room house and barn. - Call J. Thomas Lum ber Co. r TOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT A camping picnic wagon. ..Clarence D. Skinner, 13 East 6th St. FOR S AXE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Pony and saddle." 2112 Linc oln t. FOH SALE Blacksmith and waori ishep . combined; .good six roc-m house: good out buiiuings; seven acre land. Write for particulars. S, T. Mollr, Wak- FOR SALE Computing scales, f rait "ease, spice crvests. oil tanks, etc. Address ,KacKett Store, Alt Vieta, Kan. FOR SALE Belgian hares. See want . column.. FOB; SALE Fnesh cow, fine for family or dairy. Orie mile south of city on Burlingame road. E. Brosius. FOR SALE Fine driving horse, S years old, city broke. 622 Western are. ' FOR SALE Horizontal tubular boiler , fiTe feet long; made by Bromleh. 8e Dr. Lindsay. FOR SALE Lots, east of Santa Fe shops, i'a each. M. Heery. FOR SALE Gasoline stove, cheap. Mrs. Sargents. 25 Clay st. FOli SALE Good mandolin and case: or will exchange for good guitar. Address O. K.. care Journal. FOR SALE Or will trade for farm or clear city property, a clean stock of groceries, fixtures and delivery wagons. Good location doing good business. Ad dress "Grocer," care Journal. COBS! COBS!! COBS!!! COBS'. COBS!! COBS!:! A good load of cobs for $1. ALEXAXDER & GOODFELLOW. Phone 33. 119 E. aixth st. FOR PALE Fine upright piano; only been in tie for two years. Price $'.0 in cash. Call at 1312 Chandler st. FOR SALE Chp Good new 14x15 wagon sheet, bows Inquire at 427 Polk. FOR SALE HEAL ESTATE. FOR SALE 7 room house, to be moved from present location. Enquire at 9-6 Quincy. FOR PALK Large modern residence; c-lore in. at a bargain. Address Widow, care Journal. MISCELLANEOUS. im-Jifl MAX Learn illustrating; taught bv correspondence free: tuition payable Ri davs a'ter position is secured paying $13 a week. Correspondence Institute of America. Scranton, Pa GASOLINE OR GAS STOVES repaired. Hull Stove & Repair Co.. llii E. 8th st. PHYSICIANS AND 8UBGEONS. H. T. THCRBER. M. D., Physician and Surgeon: graduate University of New Hampshire. Licentiate. Conn., board of examiners. 12W Kansas ave. CHARLES C. BRADLEY, M. D. - Phone t.s. Oftice and residence. B2 Kaa. Ay, Henry W. Rofce. M. D.. Sl'HGEON. 7SS Kansas Avenue. Residence. Twenty, flrxt at. and Kansas are. Topeka. Kaa. L. A. HPER. M. D. OFFrrK and residence corner Oortnn t.. and Central ave.. Norh Topeka. 'F'oon II. Lses tne ijnr.Kernort system or rectal treatment, a successful and painless treat ment lor puc3. nstuia. tiantu e. ulceration etc 1DAC. BARNES. M. D. ' Office 732 Kansas ave. Reeldenc Thir teenth and Clav. Office hours: 3 a. m.. to il a. m.. a ail t p. in., to 5 p. iu. Telephon biyi rtJiaKpeo ana lb omce. F. ri. MARTIN, M. D., 404 KANSAS avenue. ovr Wallace s Iras store. Phones: 4.6, residence. ts oai'-. DR. EVA HARDING, HomeopatblsU Kansas ave. Telephone 402. STAMPS, SEALS AND STENCILS THE J. C. DARLING CO.. 734 Kan. Ave Rubber stamps. bra?s and aluminum tradi checks. Prices low. Catalogue free. Tel. FLASHLIGHT PHOTOS PORTRAITS taken at your home or our studio, day or evening. Nichols Plash Light Studio, 70S Kansas ave. EDUCATIONAL. FRENCH AND GERMAN Tsught either in class or private, terms reasonable. Mrs. Hannah Kihlberg. 316 Harrison au CLAIRVOYANT. MRS. J. D. WALLACE. Palmist and Clairvoyant. Advice given on ail mat ters. 3ul E. Eigiith st. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND A bay pony, strayed from own ers house. 1424 N. Van iiuren. LEGAL. (First published in the Topeka State Jour nai June ijvu.; NOTICE. At a meeting of the council of the city or xopeKa. neiu June "in. ctj, tne toiiow ing resolution was adopted. Resolved. That the mayor and council of the city of Topeka deem It necessary for the bent interest of said city that Lane street from the south iine of Thirteenth etreet or Williams avenue, to the south line of Piercy street, be graded an.l paved thirty feet wide with vitrified brici on s;tnd foundation, and curbed with Fort Scott stone curbing. J. W. F. HUGHES. I hereby certify that the above is a true cpy of the original resolution now on file in my ffice. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official sea! this Oth day of Juno. 1300, at Topeka. Kan. (Seal? J. H. SQUIRES. City Cleric STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TRANFER & STORAGE Co., pacKa. ships and stores household goods. Tel. 1S6. Clarence Skinner, 123 S. Cth st. MACHINE SHOPS. MACHINE SHOP Lawn mowers sharp ened, razors and clippers ground. Ease ball and sportimr goods. Golden Rule Machine works, 514 Kansas ave. JKONEY WE HAVE FUNDS TO LOAN on im proved country or city real estate. Rata low and all privileges of smi-anrwial par tial repayments. Our mortgages are not sold east, quite an advantage sometimes. State Savings Bank. 6J0 Kansas avenue. Canital and surplus, 5,oO.0O; deposits, Cou.OOU.OG. MONET TO LOAN on live stock, pianos, organs, typewriters, household good and personal security. I Biscoe, 53 Kan. ave. TO LOAN Money on real estate. Month ly payments. Low Interest. Sea Last man, L5 West Sixth, bt- THE Star 8 rnnoni 1 UUUI '-E. Montgomery, Prop, Successor to J. S. Sproat. Telephone 252. 112 E. Sixth SiriL. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Fresh Seats, Qaeensware, Tinware. Special attention given to mail orders. Specials for Saturday. White House Flour, (Guaranteed) per hundred $1.80 Crosby's Best Flour, psr fiun- flrea i.bD Shawnee Fancy Flour, psr hun dred 1.75 B Line Flour, per hundred -.. 1.65 25 los.Ciothsack Corn Meal. .25 3 Ids Ca!. Pears .25 Good Parior Broom., ;22 14 lbs. Scotch Cats .25 107 Piece Dinner Set 8.43 41b. pkg. Gold Dust .18 Table Syrup, per Gal 25 White Lard, peril) CSh Wolff's Gap. Hams, per lb. '.. .Mi Dry Sail Plates, per lb. .... -,G3i 9 bars Silk Soap 25 7 bars Jaxson Scap ...25 12 bars Rex Scap. .... .... .25 25 cakes Fancy Toilet Soap , - .25 16 oz.can Victor Baking Pow der, per can .10 1 6 oz. can Cook's Friend Bak ing Powder, per can .10 .15 Large Jumbo Pickles, per gal. BANK STATEMENTS. OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE FIN ANCIAL CONDITION STATE SAVINGS BANK at Topeka. state of Kansas, at the rlosa of business on the 4;"n t:iy of June, I4.'. Loans and discounts J 53 Ijoans on real estate 71, a-' Overdrafts , l.Ti Furniture and fixtures Expense account l.u " : I Unitc-d States b:nds on hand 27.Jif.f, Other bonds and warrants 5. 17'1. 12 Cash and sight exchange, legal reserve 114.r-.r-4 Interest paid 'Mi. ,n Total T I A 1-1 1 T .ITIP-5 Capital stock paid in surp'us tuno Undivided profits Interest Exchange Dividend declared but not paid. Individual deposits County dvp-sits Time certificates .:.;. .!. i:'.-3 H. ') 3 "1 !'!.' S 'y. :s -2 S3 Ciishier's and certified checks .. Tttal KS.T..2.7l State of Kansas. County of Shawme. ss. : I. WiHiam Maeferritn. cashier of said bank, do solemnly swear that the r.bove statement is true: that siiil bank h;is no liabilities, and is not iniiorser on any note or obligation, other than shown on tha above statement, to the best of my knowl edge and belief. Si help m" Oofl. WILLIAM MAC Fill RAN. (Seal C;is!::er. Subscribed and sw-om to before me, thl3 13th day of June. V: CHARLES S. ELLIOTT. Notary Public. Commission expires on the 5th day cf. February. l'"2. Correct Attest: C. W. SNYDER. WARREN M. 1T.03BT, THOMAS PAGE. Director. To John W. Rrei.Vr.thai, Bank Commis sioner. Topeka, Kan. WATCHMAKER. WATCHES cleaned. 75c: clocks, fcc; main springs. ."5c: crystal", loc. Ca-h pai.' t.r old gold or silver. Ali work i'iaranl,i. Old ;ewelrv eichiniti) for new. If huJ up. u Unci Sam. ivt Kan&u anu. - SPECIALISTS. DR. C. H. GXTIBOR. Diseases of ths N;. Throat and Lucg3 iv Kansas aveiiu, HAIR GOODS. ji SWITCHES. CHAINS. WIGS: your own de-Igr. to order. Face treatments. Mrs. Hattie Van Vleck. 2-0 East Filth at. OSTEOPATHIST. STEPHEN C. WOODHl'LL H- 'irs: -:; 2-5; Tues. and Sat. s-11 a. m. Cii Topeka avenue. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAYDEN. Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stoc't of watches, dia monds, silverware, etc.. Eyes examine? and spectacles properly fitted. PAVING. THE OFTICEof the Capital City Vitrified Brick and Paving Co., has been remove! to 118 West Eighth street. FLORISTS. MRS. J R. HAGUE. Flc-rist, succassor t It. j. Groves. 17 Kansas ave. Phone 602. CUT FLOWEH3 and floral designs at Hayes'. 107 West Eighth st- 'Pbona SsS. BICYCLES. TOPEKA CTCLE CO., 112 Wt th St. Tel. 70i. Bicycles ana sunones: oicyuies and tandems for rent; repairing of ail kinds. U. S CTCLE CO., 11$ E. th st. National and Union bicycles. Sundrio-. repairs. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. MILTON BROWN. lawyer. Practice in i'l state and federal courts. Suite 4i. Craw ford bids. Topaaa, K&o.