TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, SATURDAY EVENING. JULY 21, 1900.
ID 3IISCELLLE01S IDS.
1VAXTED-Position in store by teacher
of 6 years' experience. Teacher. Juurnu.
WANTED A place as housekeeper Call
or address Gospel Mission. 212 North
ivansas ave.. Topeka. Kas.
GOVERN.MEXT POSITIONS Don't pre
pare for anv- civil service psamir.aui.ri
without seeing our illustrated catalogue
of information. Sent free. Columbian Cor
respondence College, Washington. D. C.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Stenographers. bookkeepers,
-.' salesmen, druggists and teachers desir
' ins positions in Texas are invited to ad
dress "The Texas Business Bureau," J.
W. Hudnall. proprietor, Paias. Tei.
SEVERAL trustworthy persons to man
age our btioir.es in their own and near
by counties: mainiy office work conducted
at home: salary $:o a year and expense-::
menti m r I'cri-ncP and enclose self -addressed
stamped envelope. The Domin
ion Co., Dept. L, Chicago.
Cheap Excursion Rates
Ca. Jens 21, July 7, 8, 9, 10 and 13,
and AO. 2
Tickets from pcint3 west of Missouri
River, and east of Colby. Kan., to Den
ver. Colorado Springs. Manitou. Pueblo.
Salt Lake City and Ogden. Utah, and re
turn, will be sold by the
At rate of
Cas Resralar Firs ?lz3 32.C0
" for Round Trip,
Return Limit October 31, 1903.
BEST LINE TO DENVER
Only Direct Line to Colorado
Springs and Manitou.
Take advantage of these cheap rates
and spend your vacation in Colorado
Sleeping car reservations may be made
now for any of the excursions. Write for
full information and the beautiful book.
"COLORADO THE MAGNIFICENT'
E. W. THOMPSON. A. G. P. A..
JOHN SEBASTIAN, G. P. A.. Chicago.
The Union Pacific will place in effect;
on June 21, July 7 to 10 inc., July 13th
and August 2nd, Summer Excursion
0E FARE FOR ROUND TRIP
pins S'2.00 from Kansas and Xebraski
Seaver, Colarado S?ria?3, PasTsI
CkIss, ax.1 Salt Las. '
Tickets good for return until Oct. 31st.
For Time Tables and fullinformatioa
call on F. A. Lewis, City Ticket Agt.,
or J. C. Fulton, Depot Agent.
"THE NEW YORK
and BOSTON LIMITED.'
Lv. ST. LOUIS 8.00
Ar. Terre Haute 12.36
" Indianapolis 2.25
" Cleveland 9.55
" Buffalo 4.00
" Rochester 5.40
" Syracuse T.35
" Utica S.53
" Albany 11.15
" NEW YORK 2.55
" BOSTON 4.55
NEW MORNING TRAIN
With Through Pullman Sleepers,
ST. LOUIS TO NEW YORK.
ST. LOL'IS TO BOSTON.
Vestibu'.ed Coaches. All menl serred in
Pining trs. This train receives all M. -rains
Connection at St. Louis from the West
C. W. Green,
T. P. a.. Kansas City, Ma
C. L. HlLLEARY,
A. U. F. A., at. Louis, Mow
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo
via the Santa Fa.
Tickets on sale July 23 and 24. Good
returning- until August 24 Account An
nual Convention Young People's Chris
tian Union at Denver. We also have th
last Colorado excursion of the season
leaving here August 2, good until Oc
The Santa Fe is the only line running
an observation car to Colorado Springs
Builds up the system: puts pure, rich
blood in the veins: makes men and wo
men strong and healthy. Burdock Blood
titters- At any drug store.
WASTED KALE HELP.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade:
only 8 weeks required. Special offer of
board, tools, transportation and scholar
ship continued until August on account of
demand for our graduates. Splendid
chance for appUci-.us from distance. Cat
alogue mailed free. Moler Barber College,
St. Louis, Mo. .
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Experienced dishwasher, at
Holliday mjtel. corner Fourth and Hol
UDV TO TRAVEL in Kansas; $30
monthly and all expenses to start. Per
manent position If satisfactory- Self
addressed envelope for reply. Address
Manager MacBrady, Star bldg.. Chicago.
CROCHETHR3 WANTED To crochet
for us at home. good pay. Chicago Cro
chet Co.. & learbtrn St.. uaicago, ill.
WANTED Good white girl for house
work. J243 Western avenue.
WANTED Kitchen girl, at once. South
east corner Eighth and Quincy.
$2.5uO c an BE MADE during next six
months by hustling agents handling our
white ana fancy ruboer cottars, cults,
bosoms and neckties. Patented and guar
anteed goods. Enclose stamp for special
plan. M. 6c M. MIg. Co., sprmgneid.
WANTED EVERWHERE- Hustlers to
tack signs, distribute circulars, sam
pies, etc.: no canvassing: good pay. toun
Advertising Bureau, Chicago.
$50.00 PEti MONTH during the campaign
and permanent position after. Man or
lady. Ziegler Co., 322 Dearborn SL, Chi-
BRYAN'-MC KIVLF.T-Chance once in
four years. Make $100 with 25c capital
All ages, both sexes, coin money. Send
4o and get illustrated catalogue and
samples worth loo. Frank I. Clark Co.
513 V. Baltimore St.. Baltimore. Md.
$50 WEEKLY selling Tug or Shaft Car
rier and Life Saver. Exclusive territory:
sample free. Enterprise Mfg. Co., B 42,
AGENTS $2i.) per month and expenses to
call on hotels, restaurants, saloons, pri
vate re.-;i-i:res and introduce our goods
Samples absolutely free. Greatest seller
ever put on the market. Odorless Disin
fectant Co., B 167. Cincinnati, Ohio.
AGENTS tit." a month sure to honest, in
dustrious men following our instruc
tions, exhibiting at fairs, picnics, etc.. the
greatest me iuirucal wonder ot the agt
-ur Combination Butter Separator and
ice Cream r reexer. two machines in one.
It is the only machine that will separate
Lutter trom milk or cream sweet or sour.
in less than rive minutes, and make ice
cream in less than three minutes. A child
ran operate it. Write toduy for sole
agency and ch-ice of territory. Aeroating
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.
GENERAL AGENTS in every locality in
the United States to represent large con
cern ami appoint agents on a strictly sal
ary basis of $5.')o per month and all trav
eling expenses pai-i. Address Dept. 74,
1;70 Park ave.. New York.
AGENTS WANTED Good, live men can
make mon-y taking orders for photo,
buttons, me-allions. jewelry, etc. Partic
ulars free. St. Louis Button Co., St.
AGENTS WANTED To be Independent.
learn the grandest paying profession of
the age. A beautiful book and informa
tion absolutely free. American Institute
of Science, Nevada. Mo.
DO YOU" WANT traveling job on sal
ary? Answer. Triumph Co.. Dallas. Tex.
"WANTED - SALESMEN.
advertise and collect: salarv vear
and ail expenses to start. Self -addressed
envelope for reply. Address Secretary
Langtun. 3oa Dearborn. Chicago.
WANTED Enterprising traveling sales
man to represent established financial
house as side line (carry no samples and
not interfering with present employment :
can increase their income materially with
but little effort and time; give territory
an. I particulars: splendid opportunity for
uufii-is uj u.d.ie vrt liiai.cu. lui:uci.uuii.
Address f. o. box ai, .e fork.
SALESMEN wanted for a rapid selling
necessity u-ed in every home; exclusive
territory, big commissions. The Tusca
rawas Mfg. Co., Canal Dover, Ohio.
ESTABLISHED JOBBING- HOUSE wants
specialty salesmen to call on drug, dry
goods and general store trade. Commis
sion only, t uii time ana Dona required.
Adress Manager, loc6-ls Dearborn, Chi
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Agents who have their own office and
some spare time can materially increase
their incomes without expense or trouble
r interrerir.g with present business, and
make permanent connection with well
known nnur.cuil house. Address Finan
cial, box 2ob7. New York city.
BUY WHEAT We believe there is 10c
a bushel profit to be made at present
prices. Send for our Wk, "Successful
Siieculatibn.'' J. K. Comstock. 23 Trad
ers' bldg.. Chicago.
DIVIDEND' paying oil stock for sale:
guarantee satisfaction; also California
real estate f.r eastern. Ralph Muney,
3o West First, Los Angeles, Cal.
WANTED To loan. $500, on real estate.
A. H. R.
WANTED To buy. a small milk route.
Miik. care Journal.
WANTED Calves and fat cattle, all
kinds. Leave word or write, 921 Kansas
WANTED To trade lady's or gent's gold
watch for baby carriage. E. E., Journal.
WANTED To buy second-hand !-horse
power gasoline engine. Address C. E.
WANTED Lace curtains and portieres to
dean. Mrs. Fosdick. 725 Quincy at.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Office room No. 2. 531 Kan
FOR RENT Two rooms on first floor, at
21- East Ninth St.
FOR RENT Large, airy, furnished room.
north and south windows, modern con
veniences. 13 Van Buren street.
FOR RENT Large, well furnished rooms.
with ail modern conveniences. Iu20 Jack
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room. 611
est Sixth street.
FOR RENT Furnished south room. 919
FOR RENT Recently modernized furn
ished rooms for light housekeeping; also
single rooms. 421 Quincy st.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms cooL S.
W. corner Fifth and Madison st.
FOB SALE SEAL ESTATE.
A choice tract of - gold-bearing shale
land. L. P. land agent, 623 Kansas ave.
FOR SALE :
Railroad lands on 10 years' time. Half
rates. U. P. land agent 523 "K'a n-ja ave.
FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished
house to small family. 9 rooms, bath,
furnace, cistern, welL and city water. 2ti
W. 6th St.. 8 rooms, modern.
1245 Clay st., 8 rooms, modern.
4th and Clay, 6 rooms, bath.
713 Lane. 8 rooms, bath. barn.
13i36 Western ave.. 8 rooms, bath, grates.
719 Quincy, 9 rooms, grates, bath, gas,
1279 Western ave., 8 rooms, bath.
2u Clay, 9 rooms, modern, barn.
And some others;
J. E. TORRINGTON.
Tel. 228. 109 W. Sixth St.
4 room cottage on west side near 6th, $8.
2 rooms at 3uo Eeast 5th, J4.
6 room house on West sth. S15.
10 room modern hsuse on Topeka ave
s room modern house on Tyler near
8 room house on Lane St.. $17.
6 room house on Taylor. $16.
4 room cottage. 213 West 12th.
A modern 8 room house on Taylor. $25.
A A RODGERS.
110 West Sixth.
FOR RENT Five room house. ISO Em
melt st., east of shops.
FOR RENT S room house. Enquire 616
FOR RENT A handsome 8 room resi
dence. 2u) Clay. Modern. $20.00. Tele
FOR RENT 5 room house. 1266 Lincoln
street. Elder, 611 Kansas avenue.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE 4 year old bay mare; speedy.
gentle. sound, safe anywhere, city
broke, single and double, $75.i. Clark,
1547 Logan St., North Topeka.
FOR SALE New gas range. 4 holes; oak
sideboard, "Red Cross" heating stove,
wardrobe. carpets. dining room and
kitchen fumitrue. J. L. Howard, 520
Kansas avenue, upstairs.
FOR SALE Several organs, at half price;
also one good upright piano and a com
bination pool table. 931 E. 6th st.
FOR SALE Good young horse, suitable
for work or drive. Call 624 Western ave.
FOR SALE Transplanted celery plants.
Iu21 Madison street.
FOR SALE New road wagon, never been
used: cheap. Enquire at 819 Kansas
FOR SALE Jersey heifer calf, six weeks'
old. yj7 Morris avenue.
FOR SALE First-class lady's wheel
cheap. A. A., care Journal.
FOR SAI-E Fresh Jersey cow and calf,
pigs, chickens, horse, harness, two seat,
ed rig. 22d and Madison, Pierce add.
FUR SALE Lady's high grade Victor
bicycle, good as new: or will trade for
horse, lado North Kansas avenue.
At cost. Gasoline Stoves and Refriger
ators. JUNBi & SON.
320 Kansas avenue.
FOR SALE 1 light spring wagon. $15.0:
1 heavier for 2U.'. 213 Kansas avenue.
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow. 201
FOR SALE A square Emerson piano,
Paid $7' for same: will sell for $60 cash.
Apply 111 E. 5th St.. down stairs.
FOR SALE Driving or work horse,
choice of three: buggy, hay wagon,
mower, etc. K33 Kansas avenue.
FOR SALE One Smith Premier type
writer, in good condition. $30 if sold at
once. Call aol Madison street-
FOR SALE Extra good family horse.
$; good driving horse. $45: good family
plug. $25: also good box cart and de
DAVIS MERCANTILE CO.,
601 Topeka avenue.
FOR SALE Large butter or ice box.
oil tank, cracker stands and covers, tea.
coffee and spice cans, candy jars, and
other grocery and meat fixtures from
other stock. We have no room for them.
DAVIS MERCANTILE CO..
601 Topeka avenue.
FOR SALE Medium-sixed Mosler. Bah
mann & Co. safe, in good condition.
THE TRUST CO. OF AMERICA.
FOR SALE 20 or 25 ft. iron frame awn
ing, with canvas for 12 foot sidewalk,
$1.0u per foot. 114 West 7th st.
BABY CARRIAGES Will exchange for
anything in household goods.
E. C. WARREN, 418 Kansas Ave.
TO TRADE A block of 21 lots on 20th
and Adams for improved property. M
Heery. FOR EXCHANGE SO acres Wabaunsee
county grass land, clear, for small To
J. E. TORRINGTON'.
1U9 W. Sixth St.
FOR RENT Services of a gasoline re
pair man. All work guaranteed.
E. C. WARREN, 418 Kansas ave.
EVERY ONE wanting a Monument will
do well to see me before buying, as I
can save you money and give you the
very best work and material. See me at
630 Lawrence St., or Topeka cemetery. H.
CLEAN OUT SALE of refrigerators, baby
carriages, mattings, at WARREN'S.
WARREN has a number of first-class 2nd
hand New Process gasoline stoves, caah
or trade. 418 Kansas ave.
FOUND Near Journal office, lady's
pocketbook. Owner may have same by
calling at Journal office and proving prop
erty and paying for this ad.
STRAYED From Tenth and Lincoln, one
large bay horse, rope wrapped around
neck. Reward. A. H. Case.
MADAME RUSSELL, the world's re
nowned clairvoyant trance medium and
ocult wonder. Reads your entire life
past, present and future. She gixes you
advice on business, love, marriage, di
vorces, absent friends, social or domestic
affairs. Hours. 9 a. m. to & p. m., daily.
Sunday. 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Parlors, 215
East Seventh street.
J. A. ROS EN. SOLICITOR OF PATENTS.
F. M. Comstock. Mechanical Engineer.
418 Kansas Ave., rooms 3, 4 and 5.
WANTED A name for new magazine.
$Gti for best. One dollar subscription
must accompany choice- C. A. Tierney.
publisher. Westrield, Mass.
YOUR FUTURE foretold by stars; let
me help you understand your character
and abiiity. Send luc and date for trial
reading. Prof. Atwood, box 34, ill. Ver-
" TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN.
NOTICE My application for a permit to
sell intoxicating liquors, according to
law. at 607 Kansas aveue. in the Fourth
ward of the city of Topeka, Is now on
file in the office of the probate Judge of
Shawnee county. Kansas. The hearing of
the same Is set for Tuesday, at 9 o'clock
a. m. July 31. 1900 G. W. FLAK.
I FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
F03. SALS S7
W. C. STEPHEASOJ & CO.
609 KANSAS AYSITTS
Over Eis'by's. Over Eig-'by's.
1 lots on Klein St. near 3d. New 6
room cottage, cellar, well and cistern,
nicely papered throughout, nice shade and
bluegrass. Price $1,350; part cash, bal
ance monthly payments.
4 room cottage on Fillmore between 6th
and 7th in good condition. Price $SW:
small payment down, balance monthly
2 fine lots, east front, high ground, on
Tyler near 6th, large 6 room house, cel
lar, weil and cistern and city water in
sink in kitchen, sewer connection, brick
walks, barn. See me about this at once.
Price $2.5jO. Might take clear lots well
located as part payment.
4 lots on Lane st.. east front. 4 room
; house, cellar, well water, shade and out
buildings. Price $500, small payment down,
balance In monthly payments.
3 lots east front on Madison near Sec
ond, large 7 room house, cellar, well and
cistern, shade and bluegrass. large barn;
all in good condition. Must be sold. See
me about price and terms.
5 room house, east front, near 4th on
Madison. Front hall and stair.- city and
cistern water, barn. Price $1,500.
5 room house on Jefferson between 5th
and 6th. east front, cellar, well and cis
tern. Price $1,500.
5 room house, cellar, well and cistern,
coal shed and outbuildings, barn, nice
shade. Price, $l,u00. On Jefferson near
5 room two story house on Jefferson
near 3d. east front, well and cistern; all
in nice condition. - Price $1,150; $100 cash,
balance monthly payments.
2 lots. 5 room cottage, on the corner of
Leland and 4th. Price $7u0, $100 cash, bal
ance monthly payments.
5 room house on Chandler, between 4th
and Sth. $700. $150 cash, balance monthly
A nice 5 room cottage. 10 foot ceilings,
rooms nicely painted and papered, nice
grape arbor, two story barn, shade and
bluegrass. Price, $1,100, on Chandler sL,
l1 lots, east front, on Monroe and 3rd.
5 room cottage and a house of 6 rooms on
the rear of lots. Price $2,200.
5 room cottage on Manroe, east front,
cellar, cistern, barn, sewer connection.
2 lots. 3 room house, good well of water,
on 4th street, east. $450; $50 cash, balance
2 lots an east Sth street near Madison.
room house, gas and fixtures, cemented
cellar, sewer connecton. barn, elegant
shade. Will offer for a few days at fc,2Wi.
This is a bargain.
MONEY TO LOAN On first real estate
Houses to rent.
Fire insurance written at the lowest
I I r
FOR QUICK SALE
A No. 1 bakery, doing well; well fur
nished. Can sell to right party if sold
next week. See
S. M. WOOD & CO..
534 Kansas avenue.
Cottage. 6 rooms 3 lots. every con
venience, terms easy.- $1,750.
8 room cottage, close, city and cistern
water, cellar, laxge barn. $l,aoo. Pay
ments. Close in.
8 room house, east front, hall, well,
cistern, cellar, 3 lots and barn. $1,400. A
7 room house, hall, closets, cellar, cis
tern, barn, 3 lots, on car line. $1,650.
3 room cottage, well, outbuildings, 1H
lots. Payments; $300.
10 acres, large house, orchard, fenced.
Nice place for hogs and chickens. Terms
Nice business property on Kansas ave
nue. Will pay 12 percent, on price asked.
10 room house near Washburn. Good
We have some fine farms and ranches
at bargains. Houses to rent. Money to
loan. Want to buy good driving horse.
SCOTT & SCOTT,
615 Kansas ave., Topeka, Kas.
A fine property In Heery's addition. 3
blocks east of Santa Fe shops. Original
cost $2,M); our price, $1,000.
Fine 6 room house, city and cistern
water In kitchen, front and back stair
way, fine oak mantel, well screened, hard
wood finish. I- lots, on Madison. $1.S).
I1. east front lots on Madison near 8th,
and neat 4 room cottage, $1.1'J0.
6 room house, cistern, cellar and 1 lot,
on Quincy near 3rd. $1,100.
2 lots and neat a room cottage on Quincy
near 2nd. $1.50.
3 lots and 6 room dwelling on North
Madison, in fine condition; cellar, cistern
and well water. Near junction Santa Fe
and U. P. railroads. $1,000.
4 room cottage, in tine repair, on Ad
ams near 3rd $s50.
6 room house and fine bam on Branner
near 3rd. $1,100.
l-i lots and good 5 room house and barn;
good well and cistern, fine fruit, on To
peka avenue facing fair ground. $450.
3 good lots on west side, 2U blocks of
street car line. If sold soon. $100.
m. good east front lots on Buchanan,
RODGERS, DAVIS & CO..
110 West Sixth.
FOR SALE CITY PROPERTY.
Vacant lots in Lowman Hill. $25 each.
Good 7 room house, Harrison, 200 block,
Good 6 room house, Topeka avenue, 300
. Good 5 room house, Topeka avenue, 600
Good 7 room modern house, Topeka ave
nue, 5u0 block, $3,750.
Fine 10 room modern house, Topeka ave
nue near Fourteenth, $5.50u.
3 vacant lots on Harrison, 3 blocks from
state house, $l,2uu.
6 room house and "barn, Tyler, 500 block,
Small house and 2 lots on East Fourth,
Elegant 7 room home in North Topeka,
Little cottage home in North Topeka,
3 vacant lots on corner of Saywell and
Kansas avenue. Make an offer.
Good Kansas avenue home of C rooms,
Ha lots, $1,060.
2 story brick building, full lot. on Kan
sas avenue, for $5,500. Good investment
Lots in Oakland. $17.50 each.
Nice home on Van Buren between Tenth
and Eleventh, for $3.2u0.
Suburban tract of bottom land, highly
Bouora farm, 7 miles west, $40 per acre.
3 acres in Seabrook. $200.
2ij homes In North Topeka.
Farms in all parts of Shawnee county.
1.500 acre ranch. 30 miles southwest of
citv. 400 acres cultivated. 15 buildings.
other extensive improvements. or lease
Several modern residnces in west part
of city that we cannot publish location of.
Come and see us.
PAYNE, & THOMPSON.
627 Kansas ave.
5 corner lots. Weet 6th St.
A bargain. A 9 room house. 1H lots and
barn, on Lincoln St.; furnace heat, bath,
city and cistern water.
627 Kansas ave.
A fin, ui.l.urliu n home. 7 room house,
barn, sheds, fine fruit. 6 acres of ground.
All bottom land. A bargain.
PAYNE & THOMPSON.
627 Kansas ave.
6 room house. 1 lot. Tyler St. owner
says we must sell.
room house ana lots, irrier st- a
bargain. See us quick.
3 lots on corner ot ATrier at, jaust sen.
5 room cottaae and 2 lots. Buchanan St.
between 5th and Sth sts. Must be sold.
For a bargain see us.
627 Kansas ave.
FOR SALE 10-gall on Van coffee urn.
c neap. j--. v v Aiittc,--.
418 Kansas ave.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE ROUDEBUSH.
5 room house. 2 lots, on Harrison, close
in: well, cistern, cellar. $1,300.
Fine modern new house. Topeka ave.
6 room house on Polk near pavement,
east front. $1,000.
4 room cottage on Clay, 2 lots. $1,200.
- 5 room house, 1H lots, on Buchanan,
southwest part of city. $1,000; easy terms.
4 room cottage on Taylor, l1! lots, near
Kansas avenue investment property.
2 house. 4 rooms each, on Adams, close
to shops, rent $14 per month. $1,150.
8 room modern house, new, on 13th st.
pavement, fine bath, mantle. gTate. bam;
might trade for cheaper property.
Modem house on Fillmore, 3 lots, east
front, near Sth, $4,400.
2 lots. 6 room house, on Sth. between To
peka ave. and Tyler. $1,750.
6 room house on Tyler, close In, $1,450.
9 or 10 room house on Monroe, good lo
Several houses on Morris ave., prices
ranging from $600 up.
2 small houses, good repair, to trade for
2 or 3 acres, improved, near city.
2 lots on Van Buren, south 14th, $250
each: east front.
3 lots on Buchanan, near 5th. $1,000.
Some fine lots, 3 or 4 blocks from new
city hall, $500 each.
" 1H lots on Fillmore near Third, $750.
Vft lota, east front, on Harrison. $675.
I-ots on nearly every street In city as
cheap as can be sold.
FARMS AND SMALL TRACTS-
4--- acres of bottom land, near shops.
320-acre bottom farm, west of city, $27.50
per acre, well improved.
10 acres. 1 mile from city limits; might
trade for house in city.
5 acres, near Reform school. Improved,
80 acres nicely improved. 8 miles from
city; will take city property for part pay.
40 acres 4 miles from P. O., $1,250.
5 acres, $300.
I have several good houses for rent.
If you wish to buy or dispose of real
EMMETT E. ROUDEBUSH,
Phone 267. 115 West 6th.
A good 7 room residence, near Clay and
6th. 2 lots, fine shade, 2 grates, furnace
heat. sink, sewer, city water and cistern.
Large barn. All for $2,400. Is hard to
beat for the money.
A complete modern house, furnace heat,
southwest of the capltol, for $3,000, part
A neat modern cottage, 6 rooms, extra
fine, near Central park. $2,100.
A complete modern 9 room residence,
with fine reception hall. 61 foot front,
southwest of capitol, east front. Price
A good cottage. 3 blocks of Bethany,
east front, for
We have IS acres adjoining Topeka to
sell as a whole for less than one-half for
what it will sell for In acre tracts. If
you would double your money see- us. Is
only 2 blocks from car line. 7 blocks from
IS lots on Fillmore street opposite M. A.
Low residence, for $600 if taken Monday'
or Tuesday. Finest vacant site in city.
Will you be the fortunate one?
lt2 or 3 elegant lots, northeast corner
Buchanan and 13th. for $400 each. Are 162
feet deep. Look at them. Pavement,
park, sewer, water, all there.
See us for largest list of bargains in the
city. , BENEDICT & CO.,
601 Kansas avenue.
8 room house, 3 blocks from postoffice,
Madison street. $1,000.
5 room cottage, 1 acre, well. $700.
6 room house, 1H lots, Taylor St.. $1,500.
5 room cottage, 75 foot front, corner on
Fillmore street, $1,200.
6 room house, 45 foot front, Morris ave
6 room house. 2 lots. Topeka ave., $850.
Vacant lots in all parts of city.
List of good houses to rent.
If you are looking for a snap, see us.
BARNES REAL ESTATE CO..
'Phone 2t2. 113 West Fifth St.
Nice little house of two rooms and sum
mer kitchen, l1 east front lots. In Walnut
grove, good well and outbuildings. $300.00.
4 rooms, 1H lots, on Van Buren st.j in
South Topeka. good barn," chicken house
and outbuildings, good repair, $800.00.
Rents for $8.00.
Just east of Santa Fe shops, nice house
of 5 rooms and 2 east front lots, easy
terms. $600.00. Better see this at once;
Price may go up.
A first-clas3 investment on Topeka ave
nue, near Sth. 2 houses and 2 lots, 7 rooms
each, rent for $15 each. Price $3,500.00.
Near Washburn college. 2 lots. 10
rooms, barn, well, good repair, $1,350.00.
Can you build a 10-room house for this
On Jefferson, south of 8th. 5 rooms, 1H
lots, cistern, well, barn, east front, fine
repair. This property will please you.
. NORTH TOPEKA.
Monroe St.. 7 rooms, 2 lots, east front,
well, cistern, city water, cost $2,500.00; our
3 lots, near Central Park, on corner near
paving. Only $1,050.00. If you are looking i
iHitlHlnff cifu l.t lie ahnnr ir-iit this I
t block west of 10th st. paving. 122xlS0
feet, east front, fine location; only $2.uuO.G0.
Let us show you this quick.
5 lots, near fairgrounds, $100 each.
TOPEKA REALTY CO.. 534 Kan. ave...
H. MACFERRAN. Mgr.
FOR SALE SNAP
Van Buren st.. near 19th, a well built
4-room house. 1 lots, well, bam. chicken
house, etc. This place is very cheap at
$800. Let us show it to you.
TOPEKA REALTY CO.. 534 Kan. ave.,
H. MACFERRAN, Mgr.
150 houses in North Topeka.
2j0 houses South side, east and west of
l.Oiw vacant lots.
Big bargains in real estate. See us at
PAYNE & THOMPSON,
627 Kansas ave.
for s ale
no. 132, 5 rooms, 1 lot, near shops, terms,
No. 1S4. 4 rooms, 1 lot. East 4th, easy
No. 1S5. 3 rooms, 1 lot, close In, east side,
No. 191, a rooms, 2 lots, 5th and Lake,
No. 220. 4 rooms, 3 lots, bam, etc., east
side, terms, $u0.
No. 2S7. 2 rooms, 1 lot, near shops, easy
No. 291. 4 rooms, 1 lots. Clay and King,
No. 418. 3 rooms, 1 lot, close In, East 8th,
No. 425. 6 rooms, 1 lot, near 8th and Jef
No. 40O. 4 rooms. 1 lot. Chestnut, $5n0.
No. 469, 4 rooms, 2 lots, Monroe and 10th,
J. D. MILLER & CO..
517 Kansas avenue.
WANTED To purchase a good $1,200 or
$1,500 house, between Washburn college
and city. A. W. Parsons, care Journal.
FOR SALE . , ,,
Clav st. near 19th, 5 rooms, 2 lots, well.
brick walks, etc. Only $M0. Can you
bufld a 5 room house for $500?
TOPEKA REALTY CO.. 534 Kan. ave.
H. MACFERRAN. Mgr.
FOR SALE 10 acres upland 1 mile south
of river and station on Santa Fe 13
miles east of Topeka. 2 room log house,
needs repairs. 20 acres in tillage, some
voung fruit, some timber, fine fruit land.
Price $6U. Easy terms.
J. E. TORRINGTON.
109 W. Sixth St.
FOR SALE or trade for vacant lots, 2
houses and S lots on Lawrence St.; com
bined rent. $12 per month. Price. $L2i:o.
TOPEKA. REALTY CO.. 534 Kan. Ave.
H. MACFERRAN. Mgr.
Near 10th and Monroe, 2 lots, room
house, water in kitchen, sewer connection,
stable, fine shade. A very neat home.
Nonresident owner will sell cheap.
Ill w. 10th st-, 14 lots. 8 room house, one
of the best bargains on the market.
J. E. TORRINGTON.
109 W. SixTSJ-
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
YOURS FOR COST
25 rolls matting, 10c and upwards.
50 gasoline stoves, new or 2nd-hand.
100 bedsteads. 50c and upwards.
li) springs. 50c and upwards.
High-back chairs. 50c and upwards.
Large stock to select from.
Baby carriages. Your own price so we
get first cost.
Kitchen safes and cooking; utensils.
Cook stoves, at cose
Queensware and glassware, lounges and
couches: in fact all the necessities for
housekeeping, can be found in our place.
We buy and sell second-hand stoves and
are always ready to exchange for any
thing. We clean and repair gasoline stoves, and
people say we do it right. All work guar
anteed. If you want to buy, sell or exchange,
our stock is complete In both new and
We pay the freight on all goods shipped
to- adjoining counties.
E. C. WARREN, 418 Kansas ave.
Several sections of elegant lands on 10
years' time. U. P. land agent, 523 Kan
Fine bottom -lands, alfalfa and stock
lands, lu years' time. U. P. land agent,
523 Kansas avenue.
The cheapest farm in Kansas on the
best terms. U. P. land agent. 523 Kansas
Railroad lands, from 160 acres to sev
eral sections, at $2 to $4 per acre, en 10
years' time. U. P. land agent, 523 Kan
FOR SALE Good lot close In.
gain. Enquire 919 Tyler street.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. L. D. MC KINLEY, late superintend
ent Topeka Insane Asylum. Office,
rooms, 28 and 29, Keith building. (
CHARLES C. BRADLEY, M. D. Office 511
Kansas ave. Phone, 67S-2. Residence, 5U
West 7th street. 'Phone 678-3.
Henry W. Roby. M. D..
CO Kansas Avenue. Residence. Twenty
first si. and Kansas ave. Topeka. Kan
L. A. iRMJER, M. D.
OFFICE and residence comer Oordcn C.
and Central ave., Norh Topeka. 'PT me
214. Uses the Brinkerhoff system of r eta!
treatment, a successful and painless reat
ment for piles, fistula, flshure. ulceration
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 5 p. m. Telephone
5i8 r&aideneo and 16 office.
F. H. MARTIN, M. D., 404 KANSAS
avenue, over Wallace's drug store.
Phones: 476. residence. 635 office.
DR. EVA HARDING. Homeopathlat.
Kansas ave. Telephone 402.
STAMPS, SEALS AND STENCILS
THE J. C. DARLING CO.. 734 Kan. Ave.
Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum trade
checks. Prices low. Catalogue free. Tel. 293.
FREE MESSENGER SERVICE.
PULL a Postal Telegraph-Cable Box.
or call by telephone No. 417 and have your
Want Ads brought to The State Journal
omce oy rree messenger. io cuarge to j
you ior messenger service. i.ost ot classi
fied ads. 5 cents per line of six words Vo
the line and every fraction thereof.
TOPEKA CYCLE CO.. 112 West ?th et,
Tel. 706. Bicycles and sunartes: bicycles
and tandems for rent; repairing of ail
V. 3. CYCLE CO.. 118 E. Sth st. National
and Union bicycles. Sundries, repairs.
DR. C. H. QUIBOR, Diseases of tile Nose.
Throat and Lungs 706 Kansas avenue.
MIL-TON BROWN, lawyer. Practice in all
state and federal courts. Suite 41. Craw
ford bidfc. Tspeka. Kan.
MONEY TO LOAN on farm and dry 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. Biseoe, 523 Kan. ave.
TO LOAN Money on real estate. Month
ly payments. Low Interest. See East
man. 115 West Sixth st.
JAMES B. HATDEN, Jeweler and Opti
cian. Complete stock of watches, dia.
mrMi-ia. silverware, etc.. Eyes examined
and spectacles prcperly fitted.
MACHINE SHOP Lawn mowers sharp
ened, razors and clippers ground. Base
ball and sporting goods. Golden Rule
Machine works, 514 Kansas ave.
PORTRAITS taken at your home or our
studio, day or evening. Nichols Flash
Light Studio. 708 Kansas ave.
SWITCHES, CHAINS. WIGS; your own
design to order. Face treatments. Mra.
Hattie Van Vleck, 220 East Fifth at.
MRS. J. R. HAGUE, Florist, successor to
R. J. Groves. 817 Kansas ave. Phone 60S.
CUT FLOWERS and floral designs at
Hayes". 107 West Eighth st. 'Phone 68.
WATCHES cleaned. 75c: clocks. 60e; main
springs, ibc; crystals. 10c Cah paid for
old gold or silver. Ail work guaranteed.
Old jewelry exchanged for new. If hard
up. see Cncle Sam. 512 Kansas avenue.
MERCHANTS' TRANFER A STORAGE
Co.. packs, ships and stores household
goods. Tel. 186. Clarence Skinner. 123 E.
(First published in the Topeka State Jour
nal juiy zi,
Topeka, Kas., July 21, 1900.
There will be a special meeting of the
council of the city of Topeka. July 23.
ISxXj, at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of hear
ing any and all complaints that may be
made as to the valuation made by the
appraisers of all lots, pieces and parcels of
ground liable for the cost of the Improve
ment by gTading. curbing and paving:
Woodiawn avenue from Ashland avenue
to Willow avenue. In the city of Topeka.
(Seal.) C. J. DREW, Mayor..
Attest: J. H. SQULRES. City Clerk.
(First published in the Topeka State Jour
nal July Zl, laoo.
' City of Topeka, July 21, 1900.
To whom It may concern:
Notice Is hereby given that we. the un
dersigned residents and freeholders of tha
city oX Topeka. R. M. Spivey. James G'l
lett and A. p. Benson, were duly appoint
ed by the mayor and council of the city of
Topeka, and having duty qualified as ap
praisers to ascertain the actual value of
the land proposed to be taken under or
dinance No. 214L approved April 25. ffr.
for the purpose of opening an alley on
the north side oflot 131 and in the rear
of lots 151 and 167, inclusive, on Parkdala
street, commonly called Lime street in
said city, and also to assess and appraise
the damages and benetits arising ther
from, to the lots and pieces of pro:erry
lying and situated in the benefit district
created and established by said ordinance,
which is described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at a point fifteen feet south
of the north line of lot No. 131 on Park
dale street: thence westerly parallel with
the north line of said lot, 13-
feet; thence southerly parallel with
the west line of Parkdale street to the
south line of lot No. 1S7 on Parkdale
street: thence westerly fifteen feet: thtnea
northerly and parallel with the west liro
of Parkdale street and 120 feet westerly
thereof to the south bank of the Shur.ga
nunga creek: thence easterly along the
south bank of said creek to the west line
of Parkdale street: thence southerly alonr "
the west line of Parkdale street to tha
piace of beginning.
And also to make a true value and ap
praisement of all lots and pieces of ground
situated in said benefit district, without
regard to the buildings or improvements
And notice Is hereby further given that
we will meet as such apritsers on the
2nd day of August, at 9 o'clock a. m.
of said day in front of lot No. 107. Park
dale street, comim nly called Lime stre.-t.
city of Topeka. in said benefit district, for
the purpose o" ascertaining the actual
value and Tasking appraisement of the
property a'.d assessing damages and ben
efits as a.'oresaid.
S. M. SPIVEY.
A. P. BENSON.
(First published in the Topeka State Jour
nal, July Is, laoO.)
At" a meeting: of the council of the city
of Topeka held July 17. lyuO, the following
resolution was adopted:
Resolved. That the mayor and council
of the city of Topeka deem it necessary
for the best incerests of said city that
Fillmore street from the south line of
Sixth avenue to the north line of Tenth
avenue be graded and paved thirty ft
wide with vitriried brick on sand founda
tion and curbed with Port Scott sand
stone. J. V. F. HUGHLS.
I hereby certify that the above is a tru
and correct copy of the original now on
file in my office. J. H. SQUIRES.
(.Seal.) City Clerk- t
PROPOSAL FOR BCILJjIXGS A N f
heating system. Eepartmnt of the In
terior, office of Indian affairs. Washing
ton, D. C, July 16. 1ju. Sealed proposals
endorsed "Proposals for improvement.
Haakeil Institute." and addressed to the
commissioner of Indian affairs, Washing
ton. L. C. will be received at th Indian
office until 2 o'clock p. in. of Tuesday;
August 14. for furnishing the ma
teriala and labor required to construct and
complete school, laundry and shop bui'd
Ines and a heating system at Haskell In
stitute. Lawrence. Kansas, in strict ac
cordance with plans, specifications and In
structions to bid'iers, which may be ex
amined at this office, the offices of the
'World.' Lawrpnoe, Kas.. "The Time."
Leavenworth. Kas.. "The State Journal."
Topeka. Kas.. the "Buiiders and Tracers'
Exchange." Omaha. Neb., the "Build rs
and Traders Exchange.' Milwaukee. Wis.,
the Northwestern Manufacturers' associa
tion. St. Paul. Minn., the United States
Indian warehouse. 15 Johnson street,
Chicago, 111., and at the school. For fur
ther information apply to H. B. Peairs,
superintendent Haketl Institute, Law
rence, Kas. W. A. Jones, commissioner.
(First published tn the Topeka State Jour
nal July 20, law.
Office of the City Clerk,
Sealed proposals will be received at this
office until Monday. July 23, 100, at 5
o'clock p. m., for grading, curbing and
paving Piercy street from Lane street to
' INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS.
L Proposals under different names will
not be received from one firm or associa
tion. 2. The city council of the city of To
peka reserves the right to reject any or
all bids or parts of bids which may
not be advantageous to the city.
3. Each bidder will be required to de
posit with the citv clerk, to the credit of
the city of Topeka, a certified check of
deposit, of five per cent, of the proposed
contract .and In no case to be less than
fifty 50 dollars, as a guaranty that he
will enter into the contract If awarded t-j
him, according to the terms of his bid,
within live days after the certification of
4. In all bids made by a firm, the in
dividual names of the members must be
written out. and must be signed in full,
giving the Christian names: but the sign
ers may, if they chotjse. describe them
selves in addition as doing a business un
der a given name and style as a firm.
5. The place of residence of every bid
der, with county and state, must be given
after his signature, which must be written
6. Any one signing a proposal as the
agent of another or others, must file with
It legal evidence of his authority to do so.
7. Alterations b-y erasures or interlinea
tions should be explained or noted in the
rxmnrtui 1 fivr the sie-nature of the biddt-r.
8. All prices must btj written as weil
as expressed in figures.
9. A failure to comply with any of the
above Instructions will be considered as
of sufficient ground for rejecting any bid.
but the right is reserved to waive sutm
defect. , .
10. No proposal will be accepted from
any person or firm who is in arrears to
the citv of Topeka upon debt or con
tract, who is in default as surety, or
otherwise, upon any obligation to the
ctiy: who has failed in previous contracts
to compiv with the requirements of the
soecifications and to fulfill his contracts.
11. Proposals should be addressed t
the citv clerk, citv of Topeka. and In
dorsed ""Proposals for grading, curbing
and paving." . ...
12. Proposals must be made in fu.l con
formity with all specifications, and on
blanks furnished by the city of Topeka.
13. Proposals shall specify the rate per
cubic vard for all grding and necessary
preparation of roadbed, which price shall
include everything re-tuired under th
specifications of the same, the rate pr
lineal foot for all the new curbing fur
nished and set. for re-setting old curbing:
the price per cubic yard for concrete, if
any is used: the rate per square yard for
paving, and for re-laying old pavement,
which shall Include all the required ma
terial, foundations and labor to com
plete the same.
14. No extra compensation will be air
lowed for the laying of raised cross
walks, nor for wood headers.
15. Samples of the paving brick and
curbing and 1 other material shall ac
company each bid. Every sample shall oe
plainly labeled with the date of bid. name
of bidder, and place from which it was
brought. Such samples will not be re
turned to bidders, but under all circum
stances will be retained by the city
whether bids are accepted or not. No
proposals for paving and curbing will M
considered if not accompanied by samples.
J. H. SQUIRES. City Clerk.
Dated Topeka, Kas., 20th day of Juiy.
THE OFEICEof the Capital City Vltrlflel
Brick and Paving Co.. baa been removed
to IAS West Eighth streew
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