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Christian EndeaTorers Refuse to
Kide on Sunday.
Thus spoke one of the best Piano judges in AMERICA,
referring to
Cause an Eastern Road
Change Train Schedule.
Western Delegates Will TraTei
Sunday Morning
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They are perfect, because they are built right, out of the finest
materials, by the most skilled and expert piano builders.
They are perfect, because they possess a scale that we believe
to be the most correct ever produced, and because its volume and
sweetness of tone stands unsurpassed for purity and singing
w. w.
Grand Island
i m "n lilm II
Double Daily Service
fr Inforntttoa ir Ratal, call tpot tr iMrtu
unit jtnt, or
S. M. ADSIT, a. P. A
For Picnics
Nothing better than some of
that nice
Chas. Wolff Packing Co.
Ju9t right for Sandwiches.
No cooking needed.
Z. 0. DeMOBB.
DeMOSS & :
Funeral Directors
and Embalmers.
First-Class Service at reason
able prices.
Si Quincy St., Topeka, Kan.
Telephone 19a.
2nd and Jackson Street.
Topeka Transfer Go.
&09 Kuuai
C31C Tel. 320.
House TeL 331.
F. P, BACON, Proprietor.
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All CO
T. P. CILLEY, Mgr. f
An TTnknown Tramp Killed at Osage
Osage City, Kas., .June 16. During a
quarrel back of Whalen Eros. saloon
in this city yesterday afternoon an un
known man was killed and some others
wounded. It is rot known who fired
the shot, but suspicion attaches to Ed
ward Whalen, one of the proprietors
of the saloon. Soon after the shot was
fired. Constable G. W. Throckmorton
entered the saloon to investigate, and
found that Whalen had a revolver in
his possession with one of the chambers
There were .six tfamsa in the rear
of the saloon, who had all become
drunk and who were behaving bois
terously. After some words has passed, a gen
eral quarrel ensued. Soon after this
a shot was fired, and all the crowd,
with the exceation of the man who
was shot, ran from the place. Soon
after this the man was found dead.
He was about six feet in height, with
dark complexion, and a mustache.
In the saloon at the time of the quar
rel were Tom Whalen, Edward Wha
len and Tuff Harding, all members of
the Twenty-first Kansas regiment.
None of the tramps in the quarrel are
known here, and as they have all left
the city evidence as to who fired the
shot will be hard to find.
Enthusiastic Reception Tendered by
His Homa Town.
Rochester, N. T., June 16. Major
General E. S. Otis was given a warm
welcome in this city, his old home.
There were at least 100,000 strangers in
the city. General Joseph Wheeler reach
ed the city about noon and was given
an enthusiastic reception. The celebra
tion reached its climax in the parade
which took place in the afternoon. The
United States army was represented by
about 1,200 men of the Fifteenth infan
try and the Seventh and Fifth artillery,
the regimental band of the infantry
heading the regulars. The marine band
from Washington was also a feature
of the procession. Regiments of the
National Guard of Pennsylvania and
New York, and several separate mili
tary companies and many civicorganiz
ations were also in line.
There were fireworks and a band con
cert at night in honor of the general
and the day was brought to a close
with a banquet at Powers' hall. Charles
J. Eissell acted as toastmaster, and af
ter flattering references to the guest of
the evening, introduced General Otis,
who said in part:
"I have read a great deal about the
Philippines since my return. I know aa
a fact, however, in spite of all that
has been said, that the Philippine is
lands are in the possession of the
United States and "he United States
can not get rid of them and can not
withdraw. Intelligent men of the Fili
pinos want United States protection
and government, and to them I have
pormisedp rotection from all loss of life
andp roperty. and I know that this
countrv will fulfill that promise."
General Joseph Wheeler, who was ac
corded an enthusiastic reception was
His address was an
eulogistic review of the military career
of General Otis.
Davil J. Hill was the next speaker.
His theme was "Our National Develop
ment." J. Sloat Fassett followed on "Expan
sion." and James S. Sherman spoke on
"The Beginnning."
Daily Publishers' Association to As
semble June 22.
Newton, June 16.
To Daily Publishers:
The next meeting it the association
will be held at Emporia, Friday, June
2-'. at 9 a. m. If you are not already a
member, come prepared to io:n us.
Special topics fnr discussion are "Need
ed Legislation," "Foreign. Advertising."
The committees on constitution and
membership, and legislation, will re
port at this meeting.
J. C. MACK, Secretary.
Dyspepsia bane of human existence.
Burdock Blood Bittern cures it. prompt
ly, permanently. Rerulates and tones
the stomach.
Philadelphia and Return $30.00 via
Santa Fe Route.
Account Republican National conven
tion. Tickets on iiale June 14-13-16, good
returning June 25. Choice of routes.
See T. L. King, agent. A. T. & S. F. for
Mrs. E. W. Early, Marion. Ind., who
has been ill for years, writes. "I was
tired, could not s!ep oir eat. and was rap
inly going into decline. Doctor called it
blood disorder, but could not cure me. I
am now in perfect health and give all the
credit to Begg's Blood Purifier. R. W.
Squires, Pharmacist, 732 Kansas avenue.
4t i the next speaker
Saved the Fee by Conducting His
Own Marriage.
Wichita, Kan., June 16. R. S. Bell,
a justice of the peace here, performed
the ceremony which made him the
husband of Mrs. Sarah A. Miller. Bell
says the laws of Kansas authorize a
justice of the peace to perform a mar
riage and- that he had a right to marry
himself under this law.
Populist Central Committee of Jack
son County Strongly Recommends.
Holton, June 16. The Populist county
central committee at its last meeting
passed the following resolutions:
To the Populist Delegates of the First
Congressional District to the State
Gentlemen: In view of the fact that
this is a presidential year, and Kansas
is conceded to be one of the great bat
tle grounds of the campaign, it stands
us in hand to have a good strong stale
central committee, composed of men of
known ability to conduct a successful
campaign. Therefore we, the Jackson
county central committee in meeting
assembled, deem the present time of
sufficient moment to suggest and urge
the appointment of Mr. F. H. Chase, of
Hoyt, Kan., as committeeman from the
First congressional district.
Pensions For Kansana.
Washington, June 16. Pensions have
been granted as follows:
Original Henry H. Fuller, Sylvan
orove, w iniam Alcfcilroy, Ieaven-
worth, $6: Edwin O. Foss, Montrose, $6
Levi L. Banister, Colwich, $10.
Additional Andrew Dutton, Iowa
Point, 10.
Increase Albert Bauswell, Kansas
City, J10; William H. McNeal, Moline,
$14; John. K. Hunsicker, Osag-.' City,
$12; John Dunlavy, Hesston, $12: Da
vid H. Cleveland. Fairdale. $8; Moses
fa. Philmlee. Wichita, $16; James Tar,
National Military home, Leavenworth,
iw; romeroy Williams, Iuka. $1,; Wil
liam C. Brunk. Hoge. $S; Howard H.
Hall. Kill Creek, $5; Benjamin F. Sal
lee. Pleasanton, $10.
Special, June 1 Peter F. Holden,
.fittsDurg, fit.
Original widows, special account,
June 1 Malinda A. Benjamin, Galena,
$; June 2, Irene Cottenberg, Law
rence, $3.
Coffeyville Bonds Knocked Out.
Independence. Kan., June 16. Judge
Skidmore, of the district court, today
made permanent the temporary injune
tion tnat he granted some time ago re
straining the city of Coffeyville from
issuing tne fii.wm Donas that were
voted at a special election at that place
ahout a year ago. ihe ground for hi
decision was a technicality, it being
claimed tnat the mayor called the elec
tion for the purpose of voting bonds
without any ordinance or resolution
from the city council authorizing the
Fears He Has Hydrophobia.
Fort Scott, Kan., June 16 Robert
Adams, a tramp printer bearing num
erous scars from bullet wounds and one
on the shoulder, the result of an
animal s bite, is ill in the city prison
here with what seems to be hydro
phobia and when conscious asserts that
he has been tor months in the Boer
army and that he was bitten in the
shoulder in the jungles of Africa by a
wild cat some months since, and that
that is the cause of his present trouble.
Reports show that over fifteen hundred
lives have been saved through the use of
One Minute Cough Cure. Most of these
were cases of grippe, croup, asthma,
whooping cough, bronchitis and pneu
monia. Its early use prevents consump
tion. All drug stores.
Do you know that
three-quarters of all the
world's headaches are the
result of using tea and
coffee ?
So physicians say.
Quit them - and the
headaches quit.
Grain-O has the coffee
taste, but no headaches.
All grocers ; 15c. and SSc
w 1 1
Protest Against Riding
Sunday Xight.
Chicago, June IS. Members of the
Christian Endeavor have gone on rec
ord against Sunday travel, and as a
result officials of the Nickel Plate road
have been obliged to change the sched
ule of a special arranged to carry a
large party to Boston.
Between 100 and 150 members of va
rious branches of the society will ar
rive in Chicago Sunday night, July 1,
on their way to the annual convention
at Boston. The Nickel Plate secured
the party for transportation from Chi
cago to Boston, and that there might
ot be any delay the officials arranged
for the train's leaving the city at 10:30
m. Sunday night, July 1. The leader
of the Chicago delegation did not ap
prove of this and communicated with
the heads of the various branches rep
resented. .With one accord they made
a protest against leaving Chicago Sun
day, and stated that unless a change
was made In the running time or tne
train they would seek some line which
would not compel them to travel on
that day. -
Mr. Callihan of the Nickel Plate was
informed of the situation by the east
ern office and at once informed the
Christian Endeavor leader that mat
ers would be arranged to suit him. It
was finally decided to change the leav-
ng time of the train, from 10:d p. m.
Sunday night to 12:01 a. m. Monday
morning. July 2.
The incident illustrates the growing
tendency of Christian societies to place
ban on Sunday travel. Last year
the Blue Ribbon special, bearing a
party of Toung Men's Christian asso
ciation members, was stopped in the
western mountains, wnere it was neia
over Sunday owing to the refusal of
the members to travel on that day. To
railroad officials the peculiar part of the
affair is that the western delegations
will travel the greater portion of Sun
day while coming to Chicago.
Likeness of One Received by the
Passenger Department Here.
The passenger department of the
Rock Island in this city has been pre
sented with a handsome photograph of
one of the 22 locomotives recently
bought and delivered by the Baldwin
Locomotive works. The photograph is
12x30 inches. It Is m a frame two feet
wide by three and one-half long.
These new locomotives will be used
in the fast passenger and treignt ser
vice between Chicago, Kansas City and
Omaha. It is estimated that one of
these engines will be able to easily pull
a train of from 12 to 14 heavy Pullmans
at an average speed of 50 miles per
hour. The locomotives weigh 290,000
pounds. From the pilot to the rear
drawbar the distance Is 64 feet. The
tenders will carry 5,500 gallons -of water
and 10 tons of coal. The engines are
equipped with all the latest safety ap
pliances, including electric headlights.
Three Thousand People Are Enjoying I
an Outing Today.
An extra force of ticket sellers was on
hand to meet the Santa Fe excursion
ists bound for St. Joseph this morning.
About three thousand people took ad
vantage of the low rate offered and are
enjoying themselves today. The trains
bearing the returning picnickers will
arrive in Topeka' about midnight.
The rules governing the sale of tickets
this year have been very stringent.
This accounts for the comparatively
small number of persons in attendance
at the picnic today.
This morning a baseball game be
tween the Santa Fe Reds and the Santa
Fe Rounders was played. The purse
of $10 was given to the winning team.
Besides the base ball game the other
sports were as follows:
100 yard foot race Prize, silk shirt.
100 yard foot race Open to appren
tices only; prize, box cigars.
Running broad jump Prize, $3 hat.
Standing broad jump Prize, silk
Standing high jump Prize, silk um
brella. To the person making the best score
in ball game Prize, pair tailor-made
The prizes in the dancing contest
which will be held at 3 o'clock in the
afternoon will be as folllows: To the
best lady waltzer, silk parasol; to the
best gentleman waltzer.$4 pair of shoes;
to best lady cake walker, belt set; to
best gentleman cake walker, box ci
gars. The trains left Topeka in four sec
tions. The first one left the depot
promptly at six o'clock. The other sec
tions followed at intervals of twenty
Santa Fe and Colorado Southern to
Lay New Track.
Denver, June 16. Vice President
Winchell and Superintendent Dyer of
the Colorado & Southern railroad and
Superintendent Parker of the Santa Fe
line, .went out in a private car to Pu
eblo. "We intend to make some changes in
the freight yards in Pueblo,'" said Mr.
Dyer. "We now handle the Santa Fe
cars in Denver, and they handle ours in
Pueblo, though we have a yard here.
The Santa Fe yard is rather cramped
and having both yards there is a great
deal of unnecessary switching to be
done. We hope to lay enough track in
one or the other yard to make it possi
ble for us to handle all our freight in
one place. The other will be used for
storage of cars out of service."
Promoter Stilwell Hopes to Complete
Orient Road in This Time.
San Angelo. Texas, June IS. The San
Angelo railroad committee has received
.from Mr. A. E. Stilweil. president of the
Kansas City. Mexico & Orient railwav
sanction to anodification of the original
proposition, a sanction which removes all
aouot as to tne line Deing built through
The original portion was for right of
way through the county, terminal facili
ties and deoot grounds in the citv and
the payment of a cash bonus of $100,000 on
the completion of the road between San
Angelo and Sweetwater and tne beeinnm
of construction beyond Sweetwater north.
but the stretch between the two points
mentioned to oe equippea ana in opera-
j W Misi lm M. Russell 51 ?w fi
ll W Kansas city, P 4) Vf j
, Ida M. Russell, notary public, also recording secretary of the Economic
Savings and Progressive Society, Kansas City, Mo., in a letter of recent
date, writes the following to Dr. Hartman : x ... . .
For the past four years I have suffered with catarrh of the stomach,
causing loss of sleep and appetite, with, frequent severe pains after eat
ing. I tried doctors and medicines until I lost faith and hops of ever
getting well again. Ons of my associates advised me to try Peruna.
It proved of genuine merit. My appetite returned speedily. I gained
strength and flesh, and although I have used only five bottles of Peruna
I am in perfect health today."
Loss of Appetite.
Mrs. T. W. Collins, treasurer of the
Independent Order of Good Templars,
of Everett, Wash., has used the great
catarrhal tonic, Peruna, for an aggra
vated case of dyspepsia. Mrs. Collins
gives her experience with Peruna in the
following words:
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus.O.:
Gentlemen "After having a severe
attack of la grippe I continued in a
feeble condition, even after the doctor
called me cured. Mv blood seemed
I WAS EATING. A neighbor who was
using Peruna praised it so highly that
she induced me to try it, and I soon
found this was what I needed. I
Mrs. Bertha Mohr, 128 Gilbert street,
Iowa City, Iowa, was cured of a very
aggravated case of catarrhal nervous
ness by Peruna. She says:
"I suffered for years with nervous
ness. About five months ago I began
taking Peruna and it has restored me
so that I can do my own work."
tion. The modification consists in the
payment of only one-half the cash bonus
on completion of the road between San
Angtiio and Sweetwater and its being in
operation and the remaining half on com
pletion of the line through to Kansas City,
the entire line to be completed within
three years from date of contract.
Was Asleep on Rock Island Track at
Comanche, Okla-
Rock Island passenger train No. 1
which passes through here at 1 o'clock
in the afternoon struck and killed an
unknown man near Comanche,. Okla
homa, yesterday.
The man was on the track fast asleep.
When he was discovered the train could
not be stopped. He was taken to Co
manche and turned over to the authori
ties at that place.
The man's name has not been learned
at the offices in Topeka. He had no
papers on his person which would iden
tify hini.
Santa Fe Will Equip Passenger
Coaches With National Device.
The Santa Fe has been testing a new
car coupler for use on passenger trains.
The new coupler is called the National
coupler. It is designed to be used on
passenger coaches and may be used in
trains where soaie of the coaches are
equipped with old style couplers.
One great objection to equipping
coaches with the Trojan coupler is that
while some of the cars are equipped
with one kind of coupler and some with
the old kind, links and coupling pins
have to be used. With the new coupler
all this trouble is done away with.
All the private cars are equipped witn
the National. It is quite likely that an
order will soon be issued to equip all
other passenger coaches with it also.
Mexican Central Office Employes at
El Paso Resign.
El Paso. Texas. June 16. An organized
effort was beerun among the office em
ployes of the Mexican Central in this city
some time ago to secure a raise in salar
ies. The Central pays from $50 to $1:5.
Mexican money, for office men. who wrk
beside joint office employes drawing the
same amount in gold.
Many of them have held on to their
present positions in hope of an increase,
but hearing nothing of it, a move was in
augurated a month ago "to petition the
road for the raise. When the petition was
ready for the signatures only one man
was there to sign, the-others having sur
rendered their positions. There are now
five vacancies in the offices, and not a
single applicant.
Discrimination Removed.
Kansas City, June 16 The southwest
ern passenger bureau has made a one
fare rate from po4nts in Texas, Okla
homa and Indian Territory to the Dem
ocratic national convention in July. The
bureau had first arranged a rate of one
fare plus tZ from, these points, which
was objected to the Kansas City trans
portation bureau. The rate granted to
day leaves a uniform one fare rate on
Kansas City from coast to coast.
William Powell has accepted a position
in the Santa Fe shops in Albuquerque.
His place on the "Reds" ball team will
be nlied by Denton Crotchett.
Herbert Stitt. of the round house, has
been laying off.
Amos Beeler took engine S18 on its trial
trip to Meriden yesterday. It proved to
There is a we-spread notion that
Impoverished blood can be supplied
with the ingredients that it lacks
by medicine. A blood medicine is
supposed to be a compound of
something or other which will fur
nish the blood some missing con
stituent. This is all fudge.
The blood is composed only of prop
erly digested food. If the blood lacks
iron, or any of
the animal salts
this lack nfust be
supplied with
propetjy selected
food. Nomedicine
can furnish the
blood with any
thing it needs.
All that medicine
can be made to do
toward making
good blood is to astsist or correct diges
tion. Given a good appetite and natural
digestion, with a supply of decent food
and the blood will take care of itself.
Mrs. Delia Friedle writes from 30
Harper street, Cleveland, O., the fol
lowing: "Your medicines have cured me of
that dreaded disease, catarrh. I can not
express myself too strongly in favor of
Peruna, for it is to Peruna that I owe
my health. We keep your medicine
be all right and has been sent to La
Hostler John Johnston took a vacation
John i rench, foreman In the blacksmith
department, was called to St. Louis by
the death of his daughter.
A- Sailer, of Ottawa, has been visiting
in Topeka this week. He has secured a
position in the shops here and will remove
to Topeka in the near future.
J. M. Bird. Frank Neff, John Leigmund
and H. N. Mails, of Ottawa, will move to
Topeka next week. They have taken
places in the working gang In the shops.
FAIL FOR 500,000.
Well Enown Cattle Men File a Pe
tition in Bankruptcy.
Wichita, Kan., June 16. J. E. McNair
of Ashland and I. S. Alexander of Kan
sas City, of the firm of McNair & Al
exander, cattle men, with headquarters
at Ashland, have filed a petition in
bankruptcy In the United States court
here. Their liabilities amount to $54:!,
071.S0, while their assets are less than
JS.OdO. The heaviest loser is the Hocker-Arnold-Woodson
Brokerage company.
They hold paper against the firm
amounting to nearly $300,000. The Na
tional Bank of Commerce of .Kansas
City and the Boatman's bank each were
caught for about $50,000.
According to the petition McNair &
Alexander each held 57V& shares in the
McDonald Crowley company. They ne
gotiated all their loans through the
company and unloaded the paper on the
Hacker-Arnold-Woodson Brokerage Co. -
When the firm of McNair & Alexander
went under the failure of the McDonald
Crowley company followed. This com
pany's assets are placed at $25,000, while
the liabilities amount to about $20,000.
McNair certifies to the possession of
property amounting to $16,300. All of
this, however, is in his wife's came, with
the exception of one insurance policy
amounting to $5,000. Alexander claims
to have no assets beyond an equity in a
piece of property in Kansas City valued
at $1,500. He claims that his equity is
worth about $300.
Kosy Cottage
In Martin & Dennis Addition.
Built last year, fine condition,
5 rooms, cellar, cistern, east
front, $90000. Easy terms.
Good neighborhood. Let as
show you this at once.
534 Kansas Avenue.
MAC FERRAN, Manajer.
10 IOWA.
always in the house, and would not b
without it.
"My mother is taking Peruna for
stomach and bowel trouble and she is
improving fast."
Peruna is a true blood medicine. It
enriches theblood
by invigorating
the digestion. A!
few dosesof Peru
na will produce a
natural appetite
and vigorous di
gestion. This is
sure to make good
blood. Good blood
is the basis of
good health. With
clean, rich blood the nerves are steady
and the brain clear.
A book entitled "health and Beauty,"
written especially for women and treat
ing of the diseases peculiar to their sex,
sent free by The Peruna Medicine Co.,
Columbus, Ohio.
Call and See My Line
Will guarantee you a saving
of from five to ten dollars
on a Suit.
429 Kansas Ave.
removed to
No. 519 Quincy Street
Call up 'phone 170 for Hack orders.
Wanted a few more horses to boar
Philadelphia and Return $30.00 via
Santa Fe Route.
Account Republican National conven
tion. Tickets on sale June 14-15-16. good
returning June 26. Choice of routes.
See T. L,. King, agent, A. T. & S. F. for
A "Wealth of Beauty.
Is often hidden by unight;- Pimples,
Eczema. Tetter, Erysipelas. Salt Rheum,
etc. Buckien's Arnica Salve will glorify
the face by curing all Skin Eruption,
also Cuts, Bruises, Burns. Boi-s. Felons.
I'lcers, and worst forms of Piles. Only
25 cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Soiii
by Waggoner, druggist, 731 Kansas ave.
i Monthly payments. Long or Short i
S Time. Privilege to pay. J
Capitol Bailding and Loaa Issoc'a, s
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 liuren
fnless food is digested, quickly it will
ferment and irritate the stomach. After
each meal take a teaspon?ul of Kodol
Iyspepsia Cure. It digests .what you eat
arid will allow you to eat all you need of
what yu like. It never falls to cure tha
worst cases of dyspepsia, it is pieasaat
to take. Ail tlr'Jfc- stored.

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