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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, FRIDAY EVENING, EEBRTJART 15, 1S01.
7 J A. ' JU. XS!"' TT EIGHT STORES UNDER ONE ROOF. 9 "E-ti il J. No ft to look pleasant if you'll attend the closing days of our GRAND NEW CENTURY CLEARING SALE for you'll be so surprised and to Be Told $! r 4W.J preparations we've made for supplying 1T ... ,1 .. .. ... ...:n i-i Kiiiu tiitiu juui luuiuciiaittc win icuctL making an extraordinary effort to clear besides all complete lines of Winter to deeper cutting and greater sacrificing, pleased at the plies of every come. We are accumulation, season urges us this sale the uttermost depths of value this great store contributes material for each aisle and counter with eager Don't Miss Your Share. :-y you cheaply with needed sup- your happiness for days to Merchandise. The waning until for the closing days of Every department of ta deluge of price reductions certain to crowd shoppers Tonight, Saturday and Monday. k i giving are reached. Open Till 10 Tonight. I 4 7 rre've opened the way to economical Dry Goods buying and selling. Our facilities for buying the best in the Eastern markets, at the lowest rates, and our busi- ness methods in retailing these snaps for the benefit of our customers have won a big trade for us, and satisfaction for our customers. Here are Mr. O'Con- nor's Santa Fe Day Specials good tonight, tomorrow and Monday. Standard Mack and white Calicoes very best brands, yard 4c One lot all wool filling- DressGoods, navy only, yard 60 On? tot 35-in. wide Fancy Dress I.inir.ps. fast black grounds, good assortment nf styles, sold at' VlzC arid l.e yard 5o 46-inch wide fine all wool French Serge Lness Goods, black and col or, this cloth is cheap at .ic, yard 49c On lot pHin white, double nap ped Unmet Flannel. 27-in. wide, good weight, worth 8c yard 4c "CARDINAL ROSE." a fine, high ly perfumed Tuiiet Soap. 3 cakes in box and Sells for 15c bos box 9c Ladies' ready-made black broca ded wool L)re?a Skirt?, three rows t-atin band trimniinR a:ound bottom of skirt, lined and interlined, velve teen binding, worth each $1.75 6-4 Art Denims Stand Covers four colorings worth 7fe choice 23c One lot. all linen Huek Towels lSx'io a bargain at 15c each....lOe Choice of any of our best brands of Tennis Flannels w 01 ta. up to YiMiC yard 9c - Good quality Tennis-Flannel light and dark colorings good cloth -Saturday, yard 4Vic Castile Soap. Andrew Jergens & Castile Soap white Co. "a Sea Salt and mottled lo Ladies' Night Dresses. Ladies" white Muslin Xight Dresses lace and embroidery tiitnmed 7o, k?c and $1.00 values choice 49o Crowley's Sewing1 Needles 25 in a paper solid sizes or assorted never sold for less than 5c paper paper, .lc White enameled Curtain Poles, 4 feet long, complete with silvered fluted ends and brackets lie is the lowest price, on Kansas Ave each 10c WINDOW SHADES Opaque Cloth Window- Shades, nemmed and muu::ted on spring rollers complete with brackets and nails all the sta ple coiorinsa each 25c Oar 15c number. Ladies 50-gauge fine fast black cotton Hose, extra long, all sizes pr 9o One lot Wool Buggy or Lap Robes, worth $1.50 choice 85o Ladies' Ready-Made Petticoats Fancy stripes and checks, knee flounces, with four rufflea;choice 79c Ladies' Tailored Suits all perfect fitting, satin-lined. Jackets; 1-3 oft marked price. Cray Blankets Woven borders, five-pound weight, all wool, both warp and filling, made at the Topeka woolen mills, 11-4 size per pair $2.98 Four-pound All-Wool Gray Blan-ketslO-4 size. Topeka woolen mills make per pair $2.48 10-4 Gray Blankets Part wool, good weight, worth $1.75 pair per pair $1.19 10-4 "Dark Oxford Mixed Gray Woolen blankets, $3.00 values per pair $1.93 Homemade Bed Comforts, covered with the best standard calicos, filled with W. & W. pure white guaran teed cotton. tied with imported Saxony yarn, weight about six pounds; value $2.00 each $1.39 Lonsdale Muslin 36-inch wide bleached Lonsdale muslin "Hope" brand at 7o Short lengths in fine Bleached long cloth, 3t inches wide, worth 20c per yard .....10c Infanta' Vests Infants' fleece lined ribbed Vests; loc value; each . 4o - -. : S if I ay man who reads i nnnflr is hnnnrl tn find onn adver tisement, at least, full of information about the most satisfactory and best wearing Clothing in Topeka. It's the New Model Clothing and New Model Clothing ads are always to be depended i 1 upon. Men's extra fine black Kersey Overcoats satin sleeve linings latest styles sold all season for $15.00 Clearing up price $10.98 Any of our magnificent line of $12.50 Overcoats or Ulsters for only $9.45 Xot a great many of our $10.00 Overcoats left. What there is will be eold tomorrow for only $6.95 $15.00 heavy weight fancy Suits will be cleared up at only $11.45 Men's heavy winter $10.00 Suits in all styles will be cleaned up for $7.45 Men's Winter Suits at $3,00 and $5.50 will be sold tomorrow for only $3.95 Men's heavy Winter Pants, nobby styles ptrfect fitting our $4.00 quality for . . $2.95 Men's $2.25 All-Wool Pants very strong and durable Tomorrow for $1.79 Our finest $5.00 Pants in heavy winter weights neat styles at only $3.95 Touth's $8.50 and $9.50 Suits heavy weights will be sold tomorrow for $6.95 Boys' $6.00 heavy winter Suits in black Thibets or fancy mixtures will be sold tomorrow for $4.95 Boys' Knee Pant Suits In black or brown mixtures our $1.50 grade for only $1.19 All $1 50, $1.00 and 75c white body Shirts, fancy bosoms and cuffs size broken will be sold Saturday for r 50o Men's all colored stiff bosom Shirts w-ith cuffs same. $1.00 quality for .'.79o 75c quality for .....59c EOc quality for 39o Men's Heavy Underwear. $1.50 quality for ..$1.15 $1.00 quality for 79o 50c quality for 45o Men's full wool Socks 25c quality for ...20o 20c quality for 15o 15c quality for lOc Men's Winter Caps. . S5c quality for 65o 50c quality for , 39o 25c quality for .'. 19c Men's Lined Gloves and Mittens $1.00 quality for 85o 75c quality for 59o 50c quality for 39c 50c Boys' Corduroy Knee Pants for , t. .39o Men's High Cape Mackintoshes regular price $1.88 for ...$1.25 Men's All-Wool Mackintoshes worth $5.00 for $3.95 "Us MY FRIEND Taffeta Silks. Givernaud Bros.'s popular and re liable Taffeta Silks Black and all colors, and worth 75c at yd 49e 40-inch wide Black Crepon Dress goods, worth up to S&c yard; four elegant designs; yard 49o One lot Cream Turkish Bath Towels size 52 in. long and 20 in. wide a bargain for EOc Sale price, each lOo 1 here are no counterfeits IN OUR SHOE STOCK. a: hnh Good, honest, time-proven makes, bearing the brand of reliable makers, are the only kinds we have room for. The big shoe trade we enjoy is not the result of accident. We deserve it, for we have worked for it by buying only what we honestly felt was worthy. All cur La lies $3.00 Shoes in Welts, I iurns or JU'ivay's cloth or leather tops lace style tos sizes and widths to fit all shaped teet new spring goods included Sale l'ri(e $2.65 Kvry man's Shoe on our shelves including nw spring- goods former ly soi,l at $.151.1 difierent leathers late style toes Sale price $2.95 Boys' Kangaroo or Cadet Calf lace Wiors-New goods just in Knglish back stav. Every pair guarantee! seizes 21, to 5V-. Sale l-r''e ."...$1.55 All Misses' Shoes in stock for merly sold at $1.75 extraordinary good values. Sizes slightly broken Sale pru e $1.48 Good solid leather lace Shoe in Boys and Youths' fresh new goods. Ail Sizes Youths' 13 to 2 $1.00 Boys' 2j to 6i $1.10; Men s and Ladies grey felt Slip- ! pers felt uppers and soles Men's s:,c grade 65c Lh. lies' 7-e grade 55c All our Men's J2.50 Shoes, consist -ing of ; hoi. Velvet. Kangaroo. Calf ana Mci Kid Goods on the shelves and new gooda just in Sale p,'!e $2.19 Buy your Children's Spring Shoes now money in your prx-ket $1.1! Lace or Button Shoe.. ..' .99c $1-00 Lace or Button Shoe 85c j kOc Lace Shoe ; 69c 1S3 pairs of Grain Solor tip Button Shoes for giris or boys in sizes 12 to 2 Regular value $1.00 Sale price , 59o Odd lot of Misses' and Women's felt and bathroom Slippers ordinary sold at 50c Most all sizes Sale price 35c All our $2.00 Men's Shots, including our famous "Stronghold" Shoe Satin Calf, Kid or Kangaroo Calf Sate price $1.75 Our entire line of Ladies' J2 50 Shoes. All strong values and good styles new spring goods included Sale price , $2.19 135 pairs of Men's lace Shoes Coin or tilobe Toes Regular retail price $1.25. All sizes Sale price 8Sc Ask to see our Misses' Kid Button or Lace Shoes Ail Eizes solid as a rock $1.50 value $1.17 11.3 value 99o If you are locking for more than your money's worth, ask to see our ladies' Kid Lace Shoe solid as a rook. Well worth $1.50 Sale price $1.25 Don't forget during this sloppy weather we can sell you a 50c storm Sandul for 29c Misses' Kangaroo Calf Button Shoes solid throughout -sizes 13 to 2 worth in any store $1.50 Sale price 89c Men's good solid lace or Congress Shoes Globe. French or Coin toes Honest value at $1.65 Sale, price $1.35 Just listen a minute, while Mr. Cramer tells you how cheaply he sells Hard ware, and Mr. Friesen gives you an idea of New Model Prices on good, reliable Furniture. No. 12 Maydole Hammers 55o No. 11 Maydole Hammers 6O0 No. 11 Maydole Hammers 65o A full line of Witherby Chisels, all sizes and warranted to the handle 1 inch size 40c Syracuse Twist Drills, 12 inches long No. 11 Twist Drills, 12 inches long 50c No. 13 Twist Drills, 12 inches long 55c No. 15 Twist Drills, 12 inches long 65c No. 18 Twiat Drills, 12 inches long 75c 24-in. Diston Saw (K. &. P.) brand 98o 26-in. Diston Saw (K. & P.) brand $1.15 Blue Wing Half Hatchet see them 75c Blue Wing Lath Hatchet 85c No. 14 Steel Square 65c Wood frame Wringer, warranted 5 years $4.00 Screws, all sizes, per doz 3o Carpet Tacks, 12 papers 5o Tin Wash Boiler, No. 8 45c Before purchasing1 Your Carpets this season, you should not fail to call and see our line of Floor Covering. We have fine, new patterns to show you, and will save you money if you buy of us. Our Seamless Brussls Rug's, room sizes, are new patterns Oriental and Domestic designs, fast and rich colors, durable in quality, and cheap in price. Come and get prices. Large Arm Rocker, cobbler seat, golden finish $1.93 A high-back, large Arm Rocker.spring box seat, imitation leather upholstered, a tine, easy chair, made of oak, finished golden, regular price $6.50 sale price $5.50 An Arm Rocker, leather seat and back; regular price, $5.50; sale price $4.75 6-ft. Extension Table. 40 inches square, quartered oak, polished top, golden oak finish; this is a table that sells any where at $10.00 to $11.00. During this sale as long as they last $8.75 8 ft., 40-in., round, quartered oak. pol ished top, golden finish table, a bargain at $15.00 sale price $12.50 A 6-ft. oak, golden finish Extension table, cheap at $7.75 sale price. . . $6.50 Oak Diningroom Chairs, cane seat, full-stock posts, golden finish; roVular price $9.00 per set; sale price $7.00 An oak, cane-seat Chair, plain back, slat spindles, cheap at $12.00 per set sale price $10.00 A large number of other chairs to choose from at bargain prices. SIDEBOARDS Double serpentine molded top 2'x4S inches, 6 feet high, 18x36 French bevel mirror, front swell ed, one drawer lined, golden finish, pol ished, made of oak, regular price $-'". 00 in this sale $20.00 Another double top, 22x44. height 6 ft., 1Sx28 French mirror, two drawers swell ed, one lined, golden finish, polished, made of oak, regular ' price $16.00 sale price $14.00 Another, 22x2S French bevel mirror, either square or oval style, regular $16.00 during this sale $14.00 With bedstead complete, $18.00. , Another, 20x24 French plate mirror, mahogany finish, Fegular price $14 00 now at $12.00 With bedstead complete, $15.00. Half-brass Bed, headboard 72 inches high, footboard dropped below rails, rea ular $27.00 in this sale $20. OO A half-brass Bed, headboard medium height, footboard dropped, either swell or straight, regular price $12.00 in this sale $9.75 Another with brass toprod, double vases, swell footboard, cheap at $10.00 in this sale $7.50 A brass-trimmed Bed, regular price $9.00; in this sale $6.50 An Iron Bed, brass knobs, heavy rails between posts, with spring and mattress complete .$6,50 FOLDING BED (no weights), cabinet top. with two doors, 12x16 French bevel mirrors in doors, fitted with woven wire spring, supported by three rows of coil springs, made of oak, finished gold en, regular price $25.00 in this.' sale $19.50 Mantel Folding Bed (no weights), sideboard style with swell imitation drawers, two doors, Hx2S French mir ror, two bracket shelves, fitted with woven wire springs, supported by three rows of coil spring; regular price $22 00 in this sale $lS.OO McCall's Patterns, ioc and 15c None Higher. A 11 A liiu imi iiiuuei aupjjij oiure. 14Gla Steps Hast of tlio Avenue on Sixth. St. Kemper & Paxtons. Sixth and ()utncy. McCall's Patterns, ioc and 15c None Hisrher. ACROSS T1IEKAW. Tfems intended for this column should bs left with the Kimbill Printingr company, ?5 Kansas avenu& We will give a coal hod for the next 15 days only with every ton of coal. C. F. HAWKINS, 1012 Kansas ave. Mrs-. J. H. Callender, of Anthony, Kaa., is visiting at the home of J. K. Withers, 1209 Quincy street. No pattern better, and no other pat tern as cheap, as the New Idea. Any pattern, 10c. COSTLEY & POST. Mrs. Cal. Matthews has moved into the property at 1010 Jackson street, and Misses Grace and Mabel Miller hove taken rooms with'her. A nv-mber" of First ward ladies at tended the Mrs. Nation trial yesterday afternoon, and incidentally congratu lated her upon her safe return to Topeka. Mrs. J. K. Buck has been spending the past week with her daughter, Mrs. Walter Fagan. assisting in the care of little Norma Fagan, who is slowly recovering- from her recent serious indis position. Bargains every hour Saturday. Wc never have sold goods as we will sell them Saturday. We must have room for our large stock of spring goods. Bar gains in dress goods, furnishing goods, shoes, etc. COSTLEY & POST. ' The Ladies' Aid society of the Second Presbyterian church held a very pleas ant meeting Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. M. J. Heyden, 1107 Jackson street, Mr. Frank Heyden favored the ladies with a number of selections on the pho nograph. Mrs. James Thompson gave a taffy pull Wednesday evening in honor of her guests, Miss Anna Alexander and Mr. Monte Oladish, of Peterburo, Ind. Prizes for the contest games were won by Miss May Ward and Mr. Richard Howard. Miss Inda Guyre and Miss Anna Alexander received the consolation prizes. This; evening at the Presbyterian church Miss Lily Graft's Sunday school class, the Extcll Mission band, will re ceive and entertain all of their friends who come. The new members of this church family will find here a hearty welcome. The members of the Axtell band are Misses Bessie and Macie An derson, Ethel and Bessie Sheldon, Cora Priddy, Effle Page, Alta Stevick. Mabel Wright, Bessie Campbell, Blanche Reynolds, Maggie Birley ajad Jessie Riach. Miss. Maud Wilson was the hostess last evening at an exceptionally pleas ant valentine party, given at her home on Quincy street. Partners for pro gressive crokonole were found by matching cut heart-shaped valentines. and the prizes, a handsome valentine and a heart pin, were secured by, Edgar Ciark and Fred Miller. After refresh ments a candy heart hunt was indulged in, in which Miss Finch, after finding the greatest number, received a pretty valentine, while Edgar Clark was given a box of bonbons as consolation. Miss Wilson's guests were: Miss Mabel Mil ler, Miss Grace Miller, Miss Jennie Finch, Miss Clara Marlett, Miss Tillie Holcomb. Miss iKitty Marlett. Mr. Edgar Clark, Mr. Fred Miller, Mr. Will Marlett, Mr. Sidney Blenkarn, Mr. Charley Mar lett, Dr. Bryan, Mr. Charley Root, MANSION FOR GOVERNOR Bill to Provide For One Goes Through. The bill to erect the governor's man sion was one of the 106 bills passed by the senate last night. This bill was not purely local but it came up in the batch of local bills and was passed. Other bills affecting Shawnee county passed were the bill authorizing the con struction of three bridges across the Kaw, fixing the poor commissioner's sal ary at $S00 per year and increasing the salary of the sheriff and his deputy. A mistake was made in the bill providing for the erection of the three bridges and when it came over from the senate it was found that according to the bill ona of the bridges was to be built one mile from the river. The representatives from Shawnee county were greatly worried and came over to see Senator Chancy about it. After explaining the situation thf y asked him what couid be done. "Well, I hardly know," he answered, but you might go back and introduce a resolution changing the course of the river so that it will run under the bridge." Senator Chaney finally got the bill changed by unanimous consent so it will not be necessary to change the course of the liver. BIG SHOW T0XI6HT. Flambeau Club Benefit to Be Given at the Grand. The Republican Flambeau club's en tertainment at the Grand tonight to raise money to defray the expenses of the club to Washington to attend the inauguration, promises to be an inter esting vaudeville entertainment. The tickets are being sold at 25 cents and already a large part of the first floor and the best seats in the balcony have been sold. The programme contains sev- tral very pleasing numbers. Marshall's band will play two numbers and be tween them Miss Ona May Miller will recite James Whitcomb Riley's "Th" Old Band." One of the features will be a vaudeville sketch entitled "A Breezy Time" by Charles Mahany, "the brick layer comedian." The whistling of Vin ton t-nenis is always good and he will be heard tonight. The double song and dance of May and Neily Nve. "Paree " was a hit in the Elks' show and promises to be good a long time yet. NATION CASE TO BE ARGUED N Submitted After Examining But One Witness by Agreement The case against Mrs. Carrie Nation n the city court will be resumed Mon day morning. The attorneys in the ease, after ex amining one witness, Mike Kelly, decid ed upon an agreed statement of facts, that Mrs. Nation broke up the property in question; that that property was used in the operation of a joint. The point of law to be deduced is whether the property had any value or the own- rs any rights, as it was being used for illegal purposes. The case will be ar gued Monday morning. Texas and Keturn $15.00 via Santa Fe Route. Tickets to Beaumont, Dallas. Fort Worth, Galveston, Houston, Port Ar thur, San Antonio, Waco, Lake Charles, at the extremely low rate of tIZ for the Round Trip. On sale Tuesday, Feb ruary 19. Limited to March 12. return ing, see iving; agent, uopeica, lor particulars. "Wichita and Eeturn $4.62 via Santa Fe Routa. Tickets on sale Feb. 16th to 20th., in clusive. Good returning to Feb. 23d. 50c to $1 underwear for 39c at The Pal ace tonight and tomorrow. OVER flll.-EtlBAnKf.iEHT. Street Car Containing 30 Pas ssngers Drops 50 Teet. Cincinnati, Feb. 15. A street car con taining 30 passengers, en route from Dayton, Ky., to Cincinnati, Jumped the track today on a down grade and plunged over a 50-foot embankment into a small stream, injuring all but one of the passengers. Several may die. Among the most seriously injured were: Motorman Samuel Yates, fatally. W. H. McCormlck. Bellevue. Miss Edna Contans, Bellevue, may die. VV m. Spencer, Dayton. Ky., may die. Miss Ella Huxell, Westwood, may dio. A. H. Waggener, Bellevue. The others injured received cuts and bruiae3. Miss Emma Hampton was tr only passenger who entirely escaped Injury. She was taken from the wreck 1.1 a fainting condition. The car was running at a lively speed when it suddenly struck soma email obstruction or. the rail and instantly veered across the track. Motorman Yates stuck bravely to his post in an endeavor to apcly the brakes, but his efforts were unavailing end the car crashed over the embank ment. He received internal Injuries from which he may die. SHULEtt FARM FOB RENT. Good Bottom Land in Edge of Town, One hundred acres, best bottom farm in county, adjoining Oakland. Seven room house. Running water. A good chance for right party. Apply to Ross ington. Smith & Histed, Crawford building. Headache Causes. Headache Is usually caused by living in poorly ventilated rooms, overindulgence in food or drink, insufficient exercise, mental strain, excitement or malaria. Krause's Headache Capsules quickly cure the most severe cases and leave the bead clear and cool. Price 23c. Sold by Geo. W. Stans Seld. 6S2 Kansas avenue; Marshall Bros., 115 Kansas avenue. Tonight And tomorrow $15 to $20 finest overcoats for $10, at The Palace. 'Wichita and Return $4.62 via Santa Fe Route. Tickets on sale Feb. 16th to 20th., elusive. Good returning to Feb. 23d. in- Tonight and tomorrow $15 to $20 finest overcoats for $10, at The Palace. 1D IIISCELLiXEOUS ADS. FREE MESSENGER FOR WANTS PULL a Postal Tetet"-ph-Cab! Box, or call by telephone No. 417 and have your Want Ads brought to Th Stute Journal office by free messenger. No charge to you fT messenger service. Cost of classi fied ails. 5 cents per line of six words to in line ana every iracuon vaersxjt. ANN OUNCES-TENTS. I AM A CANDIDATE for re-election to the council from tne V ourtn ward, sub ject to the Republican primary. March 9, WE ARE authorized to announce the name of W. F. Schoch as a candidate for city attorney, subject to the Republi can primary, earuruay, .naren a, ini. I AM A CANDIDATE for the office of city attorney, subject to the Republican primary, l stana lor a strict, enrorcemer.i of the laws, and if nominated and elected I shall perform the duties of that office to the full extent of my ability. GEO. E. STOKER. Topeka, Kan., Feb. 9, 1901. SITUATION WANTED. WANTED Situation, by middle aged woman, nursing preferred. Impure Mrs. Barstow. Western School Journal office, or address M. E. M., care Journal. WANTED By young w.an IS years old, situation in grocery store: has had two years' experience. Address 510 Van Buren street. WANTED A situation by experienced collector; good stenographer; can fur nish reference and give bond. Address "C," care Journal. WANTED By a your); country pirl. uge 15. a permanent position in private fam ily, for housework, more for a home than wages. Call 210 East 5th st. WANTED AGENT3. AGENTS Carrie Nation's Hatchet, the Little Smasher, does the work: an at tractive miniature hatchet souvenir: im mense demand: order quick. Price 5 gross. 50e dozen; sample Inc. Jones-Kee-nan Mfg. Co., laver.port, la. WANTED FEaALE HELP. WANrEDGTrTfoTserte 1157 Fillmore st. WANTED MALE HELP. WANTED At Colorado Springs. Col., 40 plumbers and 15 fitters, at once. Ad dress X. Haas. Sec. Master Plumbers' Assn. 322 North Tejon St., Colorado Springs, Col. WANTED A solicitor or order man. Call 133 West 7th. WANTED Four boys between 14 and 16 years old; light work; answer at once, giving age, rts-idence and price desired per month; also state whether you have ever had a job, and it so. who with. Ad dress your letter to "M. C." care Journal. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED 100 sets of harness, all kinds; buggies, wagons. Newell, 92 Kansas av. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Two furnished roomfor housekeeping, first floor. 711 tjuincy st. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, one on first floor. 613 Topeka ave. FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. Inquire at lu24 To peka ave. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, beat and modern conveniences, two blocks Santa Fe depot. S. W. corner 5th and Madison. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT 4 room house, 1204 Clay st. Elder, till Kansas ave. FOR RENT Good, large house, barn. cistern. $10, 721 Chestnut. Inquire lSjO Van liuren. FOR RENT New 4 room house. 1?7 North Lake. Jnquiro 2t5 North ilranner. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE BlRck Inrhau roosters - end a. few hens. 4 . i Quinoy. FOR SALE Chp. new cnvnlrv pci-PPe and telf-raph ins! rmnetit. 7 -6 I.incotn s:. FOR SAT. E At private sa!. h"'iM fori !- ture and furnishings ef ail kmua at 9 -I Tyler ft. FOR SALE 5ft 4-bushel barrels. Clarence Skinner, 123 K. tith. FOR SALE OR TRADE 3'4 MMie im proved wagon. 911 North Kansas nve. FOR SALE Fine upright pl;r.o: owner leaving city: must eil, tad ut one. 630 Jefferson tt. FOR SALE OR TKADK 4 Jo'"l l"-rli mandolin. $10, or will trnoe i,,r gui'xr of equal valu. Address Mandolin, cat j Journal. FOR SALI3A $.Vi0 Ktmb.ill piano for $ " sold to save moving. Address H. K. J., care Journal. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE New 8 room house, pewlnr room hall, bath, etc., hot and cold water, gas. cel lar, cistern ami cltv water in kni ln-s'. barn, 2 tine east front lots, on west ;-. !". good location. Bargain if sula in u,t ten davs. BARNES RKA1, ESTATK CO.. Ii3 West Filth Street. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS. F RENT 52t) acre stork ranch. plenty living water, good improvements. W acre farm. good Irnprnvfrn'Ti's. close in, BARNES ItHAL ESTATK :. 113 West Fifth Street. MISCELLANEOUS. Al'CTION SALE Corner Sih ami .'uincv, Saturday, February Pi; over $150 -north of furniture, stoves and tinware. a. begins et 1 o'clock harp. LOST AND TOUND. LOST Between Mills Drr Goods store and 610 Van Bnren, $1"; tinder r- turn to above address and receive reward. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN M v m plication for a nermit to sell lofoyt.; ing liquors, ar-coriiinK" to law, at Ka aal ave., in the Second ward of the cm of Topeka. is now on tile in the oftice tne probtite judRP of Shawnt-e count Kansas. Tile hearing of the same is s for Monday, at 9 o'clock a. in.. March 1 19U1. t'HAS. Vv. KOHI- GERMAN. GERMAN TAl'OHT, both in class aril private, by Mrs. Pauline Trebbe, t,tS Quincy. MAGNETIC OSTEOPATHY. MAGNETIC OSTFOPATHY Many curei In Topeka to prove our work: genuine A. T. Still Osteopathy and Weh merist'i combined. Drs. Chamberlain Ac Co., ixt Quincy tt. , . , WATCHMAKER. WATCHES cleaned, 75c: clock. Snc: f.iftln springs. 75c: crystals. Ko. Cosh paid for old gold or silvery All work guaranteed. Old jewelry exchanp-.-d for new. If uaJ up. see Uncle Sam, X2 Kansas aveuue. STAMPS, SEALS AND STENCIL3 THE J. C. DARLING CO.. 734 Kan. Aw. Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum trade checks. Prices low. Catalogue true. Tel. JEWELERS. JAMES B. HAYDEN. Jeweler and Opti cian. Complete stock of watch-", c monds, silverware, etc. Eyes exatniuej and spectacles properly fitted. SPECIALISTS. DR. C. H. OTTTBOR, Disease of the N"Ju Throat and Luntrs. 7i Kansas evenj. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. U K. RTDKtt, M. TX. OFFICE J residence ccrner fiordon st.. and Central ave.. N-.rth Topeka. hb nn fl4. Uses the Briiikerhoff system of rectal treatment, a successful and painless treat ment tor piles, hsiula, tissuru. ulceration, etc. IDA C BARNES. M. D.. Office 7TSS Kansas avef P.esldenee Thir teenth and Ciay. Office houn: a. es., to 11 a. rri.. and 3 p. m., to 6 p. m. Telephone &98 residence and 16 of! ice. DR. EVA HARDING. Homeopathlst. CJ Kansas eve. Telephone 4o2. BICYCLES. TOPFKA CYCLE CO.. 113 West Stb t Tel. 70S. Blcjcies and sundries: bicycles and tandems fur rent; repairing of c.U kinds. U. S. CYCLE CO.. 118 E. th st. National and Uniou bicycles. Sundries, repairs. PAVING. THE OFFICE of the Capital Clfr Vltrifte Brick and Paving Co., has been removej to Hi West Eighth street. PATENTS. FISCHER Sc THORPE, Patent Eawyers, 314-317 Junction Bids-. 8th and Main sits., Kansas City, Mo., have new book on pat ents for free distribution. MONEY. TO LOAN Money on Topeka r-el e-tit-. Pay back monthly. Low Interest rs e. Phawnee Bubditig and Limn Assoc' noon. See Eastman, at Ui West Sixth ttrefcu MONEY TO IO AN on live stock, ptanon. organs, typewrlt'-ra, hou eh' Id goo ssd personal security. L. iiiscoe, Kan. eve. ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW. T. D. HUMPHREYS. Lawyer. Room Columbian building. STORAGE. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER A PTORAO Co.. packs, shtps and stores houslaoi l goods. Tel. lsd. Clarence Skinner, iS i 6th st. HAIR GOODS. SWITCHES, CHAINS. WTG3, F'UM poolnp. etc. Mrs. Hattie Van Vleck. s0 East Fifth. 'Piione k'ii. FLORISTS i!P.S. J. R. TiACrE. Florist, su-enior R. J Groves, fci7 Kansas ave. "Phone 4 x CUT FLOWKRS and floral s!-n at Hayes'. 101 West Eighth su 'i;iuu t'U