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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL; TUESDAY EVEXIXG, MARCH" 5, 1001.
AHEllICA'S POLICY.
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INSURANCE STATEMENTS
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THE UNION PACIFIC
MAS CTMUliF!
Cne-Way Excursion Rates to
CALIFORNIA
of S25.00.
Frost Kansas Citv an J. Kebraaka
Fomta.
A!o topolms ia I M.iho. Montana,
K-rrz m. a:, i V 'atniiLtjri. 4 follows
Ogden and Salt Lake City,
Utah $23 00
Butte and Helena. Kont. 23.00
Portland, Ore . 23.00
Spoiaae, Ijccma. and
Seattle. Wash. 23.00
Tickets -will be told
.iarca .. 1 . -V,. i
Apr. I -. . lo. ua. ML
F. A. LEWIS. City TSclcet Ageat,
J. C. Fulton, Depot Agent.
A Profitable
Way to
See the West
la to join one of the personally
condafted California excur
sions of the Santa Fe Route.
Congenial companions are as
sured. Special conductors relieve you
cf all ears and contribute
materially to your eajoyment-
Xo extra charge,
inquire of
. T. L. KING, Agent,
The Atchison, Topeka ft Santa F
Railway, Topeia.
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S. . D9M0S3.
L. X. FESWELL.
DeMOSS
PENWELL
Funeral Directors
and Embalmers.
F"rst -Class Service S reoa
able prices.
Ei Qulocy St.
TopekA, Kais. -
Telephone 19a.
CRAWFORD THEATER.
ALL -WEES.
ALL W'EIK.
8:15 --TONIGHT" . S:I5
AUBREY STOCK C0.
"for Love of & Woman,"
10c, 20c, 30c
Wednesday Matinee, "fed, White
tod Blue.
23 TCra SAI.Z1T3 HISS?
Top era Transfer Go.
23 Jacia-n Street.
Office Tel 320. House TeL 393.
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IWSt m asoat Storage.
"A 3:se In time savfg lives." Ir
Woods Xorway fine Syrup: nature's
r-medy for coughs, coids, pulmonary
cleeasea every sort.
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DEALERS.
TO PKOTECT ITS CORN.
Pranca Will Put Higiier Duty on
Shipped in Maize.
Xew Tark. March 5. The Faris cor
respondent of the Journal of Commerce
j writes:
( The customs committee of the French
I chamber of deputies, cn the 2sth of Jan
i nary, 1901, presented an exhaustive re
j port of the use of in! ported ma tie in the
i country and recommended an increase of
I the prw-nt duties in maize in the grain
from three to five francs per quintal or
: 100 kil.-s (iO pounds): on the rlour or
meal, etsrht francs instead of five. In
the maize Imports actually deliver
ed for i'iuisumptu(n in France from the
Cnited States amounted to 1,51,133
quintals: from R"Umania l.HS.lTy; from
Russia 5i"'2.43. The t 'tal importation fur
consumption was 5.217. sSi tjuintaks. val
ue.! at ti9.S5.462 francs, on which 3.770.-
i ."12 francs were paid as customs duties.
Thus the I r.ite.i States have had here a
prwmisina; opening far their rotluct, con
sidering both their own overproduction
and the possibiiittes of developing the
French market. The milling and other
imports of maize for integral re-esporta-tion
of the transformed product add to
this prospect. amH2Qtinsr la.-t year to 30.
0o quintals f ir the Fmte-i States alone
and the year previous to o,DJJ quintals
for total re-exportation.
1 ine importation nas oeen to iar lrrep-
uiar, oui a tendency to lr.reas? under
favorable circumstances. V r many in
dustries the French proJuct is unfitted,
on account of its ouality; and the pro
posed increase of duties has nothing to
do with protecting this native product.
The interests represented beore the par
liament customs committee were in
favor .f the importation of foreisrn
maize distiilers of grain alcohol, distill
ers' manufacturing yeasts, starch man-ufactur-'rs.
brewers, transportation com-
j par.ii'3 using maize as food for horses.
I grain merchants in general, seventeen
of the official chambers of commerce of
France and the miliinsc industry for re
t exportatin of the tracsformed product.
1 Against the importation of maize, and
demanding that the high duty of 7 francs
wbicti the comrrittee? rejp?cted for 5
francs, are distillers of beet root alcohol.
maauractuivraf potato starch. malt men
in s-enerai. and numerous airrieu'itural
societii-s. headed by the almost official
society of the asrriculturists of Frarce.
EnfTalo Show Will Go Ahead.
Buffalo, X. T-, March a. Repiyir.ir lo
an inquiry" regar-iirg- the refusal of the
house cf representatives to concur in
the t e' Hte amendment to the sundrv
t-ivif bt:l, qrantirtr a loon of fvv.ii.) to
the Fan-American exp' siti.m, William
I. P'uchar.an, director g-neral of the ex
position sail today that the result
would in no way affect the exposi
tion. "'All the principal exposition
buildirjrs." he aidel, "aie practicaiiy
c.-mp!et-l and for the most part pail
f..r. The people of the state of Xe
York while not reiisbinsr the discrimi
: ,i:i'.n n.ade aeairst the state are
abundantly ah:? to carry forward a
work that will nut enly be biarhly crtd
itanie to the Ftate but to the United
States and to the new world."
fRheumatism Cured in a Day.
ilystic Cure for RIvuma tism and Xeu-
raieia ra-licay cue m 1 to
It
aoiiim 11 111 the svHim m re mars;! rtt? arm
niyst--rou-. Ir remnTf at nze the cause
r t.j the disease iimmduttely disappars.
ThP f r t d' sr rrra . i y Iht m-rits. T - ce ti e
ana JKij. ry swift -ic lioIIiUay, 5--5
Ktisas aveiiue. Ti.-peku.
To Restrict Cotton Weaving.
R-?rIin. March 5. Th Smuth German
coutn weavers met at Stuttgart yester
day and votpd t restrict !5 per cent of
the pruducuun duiingr April, ilay and
June.
Th stomach controls the situation.
Tli" r,o are ht-arty aivl strong ar
rhose wh'j Cun cat an J diePt pienty of
food. K'xlot Lyr-p'sia Cart- digests what
vr.u ear. and ali.'WH yru to t-.tt all ih
p.imj 1 i,rd yu want. If you suffer from
indtesu'in. lu-artirirn. blfhirmr tr any
other siomacr. trouoie. thi preparation
t irt'E help but do you gHjJ. The most
sensitive torr.:i ch can tite it.
Temperature of Larger Cities.
Chlcatro. March 5. 7 a. m. temnera-tur-s:
.' Tork. 34: Eoston Z; Phil
adelphia 3fi; Washir.srton 34: Chicago 6
Minneapoiia 6 below; Cincinnati 16; S".
Louis IS.
The Unsrrine ciMsrh foiic--iri crrlppe
calls for One iinue Cfiugh Cure. For ail
thrHt and iutitr tr- utiies :!0s is the oniy
bRrmiess remedy that eiv immediate re
sults, irewnts lonumpunn.
Women For Warner.
A meetine was held at the home of
Mrs.. Eowei-s in Auburndale yesterdav
afternoon. Of the 40 women present
over ::.' were for Jamea S. Warner for
mayor.
Hlven are a terrible torment to the
little folk, arwl to some oider one?.
llitsiiy cured. Coin's Ointment
faiis. Instant relief, permanent
never
cure.
At any dru& store. 50 cents.
Dresden Oats a Loan.
Fresden. March 5. The city of Dres
den has contracted with a syndicate of
bankers for a li million marks loan at
4 per cent.
Counterfeits of IeVitt's Witch Haze!
Salve are iiabie to cause b'oo.1 poisomn?.
I . ; e fhrm alone. 'Vr C'rijinal has the
name OeWitt's upon the box and wrap
lrrr. It is a harmless ar.1 healinir saive
for skin diseases. UcequaTied tor piles.
Read tite tate Journal.
Englisa Journals Com mention United
State's Future.
London, ilarch 5. Commenting cn
the inaugural address cf President ilo
Kinley, the Daily Chronicle remarks:
'"Time in its progress creates burder-3
for us ali. To ignore them is not to an
nul them. America, definitely thougn
perhaps unconsciously, embarked on an
exparsionist policy when she declared
war on Spain. Today she only recog
nized, through the mouth of her presi
dent, the laical outcome of. her own
act."
The Morning Pont; "The- splendid
commercial sueoesjsest achieved durir.rf
the last three years are results memor
able at any time, but the more signal
bemuse they seem to promise still
Hi-eater advantage for national industry
in the near future.
"If he succeeds in inducing' the Re
publican party to regard the control of
arnexed regions like Porto Rico.or pro
tei ted lands like Cuba as somethir?
outside the ordinary conflict of party
he will have laid a frood foundation for
the exercise of that influence whic?
raturaiiy belongs to a nation so pow
erful and so intelligent as the Ameri
can republic The sonorous phrases in
which this was urgeu upon them are ad
mirably chosen to attract the pcpu'ar
support."
JUKI' DISCHARGED.
January Term Completed and Jury
.Goes Home.
The jury for the January term of the
district court has completed its not x,
passed resolutions and disbanded.
The resolution commences as follows:
"We thank the Honorable Z. T. Hazen.
judge of the court for his uniform
kindliness and courtesy towards us, his
never failing- patience with our inex
perience and shortcomings, as well as
'late cominps' sometimes, and that his
treatment of us durirg- our whole at
tendance upon court, will be remem
bered by us with pleasure so long as we
recall our experiences as jurymen."
The jurymen aiso thank Stenographer
Gaw and Bailiff Coyne for kind treat
ment. The resolution ia signed as fol
lows: A. W. Page. j. r. Harvey, M. Rokfc
straw. Hale Ritchie, J. I. Anderson.
Wright' Sf ybold. Peter Olson. F. H.
Ourtler. ius Eitrnra. John Fritz, J. T.
White, V. T. McKnight. Samuel Bass,
W. C. Stroun. James MeCord, C. il.
Randall. I.. M. Carter. William Mead.
Chan Houghton. A. K. Fill ford. L li.
Chiles, Joseph iriiey. J. S. McClure.
BUCKUN'S SCHEME
Sajs Grain Growers Will Organ
ize to Defeat Grain Trnst.
The record of this legislature has been
that not an iota of legislation has been
enacted for the benefit of the wheat
growers of the state. The nearest ap
proach to anything that will effect them
beneficially is the railroad law, and they
are not satisfied that this wiil afford
them any relief from the grain trust.
Several attempts at legislation were
mad- by Representative J. A. Euckiin,
of Thomas county, but every cne was
turned down. Euckiin, by the way, did
not succeed in having passed a single
one of the half-dozen bilis he introduced.
Two of them were grain bills one anti
trust and the other for the creation of
a state grain commissioner.
Representative Buckitn says the -wheat
growers of the state will now take the
struggle against the grain trust into
their own hands and inaugurate a fight
to a finish. There will be a meeting
called of the wheat growers of the state
to be held in Saitna in May. The farm
ers wiil organize an association for tbe-ir
own protection and to combat the grain
trust.
The idea Is. since the state would not
afford them a grain commission mer
chant to handle their grain In Kansas
City. Kas.. to . e-s La.t I i 5 h' their own cotn
misFion merchants ia Kansas City, Oai
vepton, Iuith and Chicago. For the
last five years Kansas has had an aver
age annual exportation of SO.O-.tXK)
bushels of wheat, upon which has been
pai l the u?ua.l commission of one cent
a bushel. Inside of $.Xf:0 a year, by
a cre-at deal, they can establish and
maintain these agencies, it is claimed.
and have satisfactory service. Okla-
hima o--t'ri arAwo-c Viira i ? tia . 1 non.
homa grain growers have already organ
ized cn this line and. Representative
Bueklin s-iys. the farmers of central and
western Kansas now propose to do the
same thing.
LANDLORD WILL KNOW.
Proposed Law to Inform Proprietor of
Vicious Tenants.
Now York. March 5. Wm IT. Baldwin,
jr.. chairman of the committee cf fifteen,
has announced that war wiM h. wasd on
the scial evils along- lines 'Vhi' h will rid
sunp'Sediy rtpecble tenmen.' and flat
houses of vicious persons and f.-rce rlwra
to take refuare in htwe about whose
character there is no doubt.
"The committee." said Mr. Ra!dwJn."wilt
ure the legislature to eact a law in ac-c--rdance
with th findings of the tene
ment house commission
"AH that it is necessary to prove under
the proposed" law is the presence of bad
wr.mn in the house. The women will be
sent t jail for a long term. 2nd the house
its, if will be libeled, just as we libtl a
ship.
"A penalty of SI will be imposed on
the landlord, and that petiaity is to be a
lien upon the orvperry.
' The law will only Apply to the tene
ments and apartment houses occupied by
res pec table persons."'
;AT THE FLAY LAST NIGHT.
A packed hous gTeeted the Aubrey
stf-k company at the Cravford last
night, and when the comedy lines of
"The Prince of Russia"" faiieil to keep
the fun going members of the legisla
ture in the boxes went back to tiieir
boyhood pastimes and threw things.
In the boxes on the south side were
the members of the house. On t'nr
north, aide in the boxes were members
of the senate. Between th acts the sen
ators and representatives yelled to each
other across the beads of the people be
tween them. The man from Stevens
county in the outh box was munching
ar-ples. The man from Wyandotte in the
north box wanted one. He stood Up and
yelled to the man from Ste-en; for one.
The man from Stevens stood up and
hurled apples at the north box. One hit
the man from Wyandotte in the fore
head. He collapsed in iiis seat, but he
had an apple.
THe Aubrey stock company !s the
strongest 10. 2J and 30 cf nt comjany that
has played in Topeka for a long time
The Russian play last night was set with
special scent ry and the characters were
artistically and elaborately costumed.
The members of the company are far
better than the average, and the produc
tion as a whole is better than many of
a higher price that have been sn here
Walter Stanhope, a "The Prince of
Russia." A J. Kdwards as "Count Le
gouroff." Helena Courtney as "Ca.tb.er
ina." and Lillian Bayer as "Josephine"
were particularly eood. The specialties
of Eddie and Edith Bowers were well
received. The companv wiil play "For
Love cf a "Woman" tonight. I
IIIISSISII.I
PIIRfl
--fiJUllt.
ITeariy everybody seems to be lakicp Prof. Mas.
you's l'ld Csr wiienever m cuiU appears. It
reiicves tse head. Base, throat and lucg. so qaickiy
that a ea'id need no imager be a forerunner of grippe,
diphtheria or pneumonia A vial of the Cold Cure
is iiire a hie insurance policy. Every one of his
remedies is as sure. Mostly ac. Tral. Guide to
Hca rh free. Murirn. Ksr Y"rk and PhiUdr'ohia.
MVMOT 1.VHAI.EB CCEES CitaEBa.
SNAP SHOTS AT HOME SEWS
William Martindaie of Kmporia was in
Topeka iast night.
Lew Graham is out of quarantine and
able to be around,
L.. M. Crawford has been in Albuquer
que for a few days.
The Ohio association held its regrular
monthly mttUng last night.
Kansas Spiritualists will hold a three
days' meeting here, beginning Friday.
The Aubrev Stock comoanv will play
"For Love of a Woman" at the Crawford
tonight.
A commodious addition to the Seery
Morton cottage at Lake View has been
finished.
Yesterday's wind agafn revealed the fact
that Topeka's etreeui are about as dirty
as they can be.
Xr. IV. B. Swan has no opposition for
a re-election as secretary of the state
board ot health.
State officer are fiiruring up what laws
were passed for them and what pet bilis
didn't gtt through.
Miw Alberta Gallatin will play the part
of Nell Gwynn in 'Under the Restora
tion"' at the Grand tonight.
The City Railway company Is repairing
the bridsre across the river and is re
placing the old ties with new ones.
The Kansas Stat- Homeopathic and Ec
lectic Medical societies wiU hold their
annual meetings in Toneka May 1 and 2.
Miss Emma Kelly left yesterday for the
Klondike, to be thre in time to '"sluice
up the winter's duop at the spring clean
up." The annual meeting of the State Head
ing circle will be hld here March 14. The
state board of education also meets on
the loth.
Juder - Theodnsius Krtkn intends to
leave Kansas shortly and take up his res
idence in Utah, either in Ogden or Salt
Lake City.
A greyhound belonging to J. Tf. Hunt,
in playing yesterday, knocked Mr. W. H.
Jenkins down and broke her right leg.
She i 70 years old.
The county assessors have decided that
goats must pay J and S4 for their rights
in the county. It is better to be with the
sheep than the goats.
William Allen White- was In the city
tn!ay. He visited Mrs. Xation at the
city jail and wiil- write a piece about her
for the Chicago Post.
Thomas Carlisle Wood went to Garnett,
Mont., this morning, .where he has a posi
tion as assistant assayer with the First
Chance Gold Mining company.
The Shawnee County Medical society
met at the city court room last mght.
!r. C. K. Munn read a paDr entitled
'Sand Filteration for Public Water Sup
ply." J. Willis Gleed will lecture at Manhat
tan on March Vt under the auspices of toe
Y. M. C. A. of that town. His subject
will bs "The Country's Xeed of and the
"Opening for Christian Lawyers."
The record has ben broker.. Mis? Net
He McKIrahan and Miss Xellie Sedan
descended from the second ii'Xr to the
first Moor of the firp department head
quarters on one of the Sliding rods yes
terday. Thre will be a metinrr of the homeo
pathic and eclectic physicians of Topeka
this evening to make arrangements for
the state meeting to be held here next
May. The meeting tonight will be in
the Y. M. C. A. rooms.
Since Govenor i? tan ley did not send Sam
Spencer's name to the senate to succeed
himself as state oil insne-ctnr it is argued
that his term of office is about to expire
for gO'"d. Ex-State Senator W. Mor
gan of Galena is plugging for TV. M. Rich
ert. a young newepaper man. for the job.
Thomas H. Bain has been to Alma, and
while there he made a speech. The A ima
Signal has the following comment "Thos.
H. Kain is a prodigy. His name will go
down to psterity as the man with a re
markabie memory. He remembers dis
tinctly a conversation between his father
and mother. It impressed him so forci
bly he could never forget it. Rut he did
forget himself before t he speakine was
firdshed. He said his father d'ed when he
was but two years oid. Mr Haln is cer
tainly entitled to the bakery."
Er. J. H. McCasey. who was appointed
j superintendent of the Topeka Insane asy-
i ii!Tt from i's r C( irr!i;i TiriifJr rinvpmnr- T
lum from Concordia under Governor Lew.
ensng. has been heard from. He has
been elected a member of the school bokrd
of Daytcn. O.. from tiie Second ward,
with a majority of 12. In ono precinct
4 women vote. were cast and McCasey
got them all. Trie tayton Kews In com
menting upon him says: "The doctor is
well known as a writer on medical sci
ence and aio on educational subjects. H
is well educated and has excellent
qualifications for the position-'
HAS TIIE WAR ENDED.
London Has Closs of Transvaal Cam
paign All Figured Oat.
New Tork, March 5. Boer war news
continues favorable, says the Tribune's
Lonn correspondent, and the spirits
of the ministerial followers are rising.
Xot only iss General French clearing the
eastern-district of the Transvaal, but
General De Wet has been headed off in
one direction and ia being closeiy fol
lowed toward Fauersmith, so his cap
ture can be effected. The surrender of
Generals Botha and Delarey will follow
speedily- This.-at least, is the opinion
of London military men who are now
more confident In their forecasts than
they tiave been during the recent
months. It i3 rumored in parliament
that Sir Michael Hicks-Beach has two
budgets in preparation one adapted for
the close of hostilities and the other for
an indefinite continuance of the present
condition of guerilla warfare. One is be
lieved to be much more favorable than
the other to the taxpayers, but each is
reported to Involve considerable widen
ing ot the area of indirect taxation.
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FB.EE MESSENGER FOR WANT3
WpCLLrQitaTTelegrarJri-Coi Box!
cr call by telephone No. 417 and hare your
Want Ads brought to The State Journal
offics by free rnessenirer. No chart to
you f-r messenger service. Cost of classi
fied ads. 5 cents per iine of sua: worda ta
tha Una and very traction thereof.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
I AM A CANDIDATE f-.r councilman of
the Second ward, subject to the Repub
licaa primaries March 9. 1
J. W. ilERGAN.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
I AM A CANDIDATE for councilman
in the Fifth ward, subject to 1 he Re
publican primaries. If elected I wiil serve
the city and tiie FifLh ward to tee best
of my ability. I am in favor of enforc
ing all law. on the statute booits.
II. S. JslCHOLS.
I AM A CANDIDATE for city attorney,
subject to the Republican primary elec
tion March 9, llfll.
CHA3. K. SPENCER.
I AM A CANDIDATE for re-election to
the council from tbe Fourth ward, sub
ject to the Republican primarv. March 9,
13U1- W. S. C HANKY.
i AM A CANDID ATH fcr the office of
city attorney, subject to the Republican
primary. I stand fur a strict enforcement
of the laws, and if nominated and elected
I shall perform the duties of that offlea
to the full extent uf mv ability.
GEO. K. STOKER.
Topeka, Kan.. Feb. . 1301.
SITUATION WANTED.
WA.NTED-To do ntirslnff.
dress lli Jackson St.
Call or ad-
KEOISTERED PHARMACIST 10 years
experience, city or country: can come at
once: references furnished; write or wire
Pharmacist 200, care Journal.
WANTED Family sewinar, bv dav or at
home, or special nursing, night "or day,
by Margaret 1. Collins, 134 Quincy St.,
city.
WANTED To do nursing or sewing. 61?
Monroe st.
"WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Experienced white unmarried
housekeeper: good wages: small family;
permanent, pleasant home. Give reference
and address "Hcifie," care Journal.
WANTED A competent cook, perma
nent place, good wages. Call at 27
Monroe.
WANTED Chambermaid and kitchen
girl. Southeast corner Sth and Quincy.
WANTED Experienced white girl for
general housework. Apply 1130 .folk.
WANTED A first class taiioresa. Ill W.
Seventh st.
WANTED Good girl to do general house
work. 1315 Western ave.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED To rent large rooming house,
cicse in. Address L. M-, care Journal.
WANTED Second hand law library.
Morse & Kinsei, Granite, O. T.
WANTED Small house P move away;
across Shunganunga preferred. Address
House, care Journal.
WANTED Shelving, counters, showcases,
etc, f-r retail dry goods, store. Ad
dress "Dry Goods." care Journal.
WANTED The unemployed and those
wishing help, male or female, to enroll
at the Old Settler Fuel Co. and Free Em
ployment Agency, without charge. 215
North Branner st. 'Phone 4!0
ARTHUR JORDAN, Manager.
WANTED To rent two or three unfur
nished rooms, suitable f.r light house
keeping. Address C. I... care Journal.
WANTED 100 sets of harness, all kinds;
buggies, wagons. Newell. Kiansaa av.
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE 2 Hereford cows, will be fresh
next month:, 1 brod sow, 2 f.hats, 2
dozen gKd laying hens. G. A. Miller. 4
blocks south of utit on Gordon ave.. East
f fiil.
FOR SALE Household furniture, at 122
East Second st.
FOR SALE Modern 10 room house, on
pavement, convenient to street car and
Washburn college. Inquire of Dr. JH. E.
Adams, L'l Kansas ave.
FOR SALE Fine cabinet orsran: will sell
cheap. Call mornings, SCI Fiiimore st.
FOR SALE Household goods of all kinds.
1127 Prospect st.
FOR SALE Office furniture' suitable for
small bank or counting room, now in
use at gas office, 43a Kansas ave. Call
and see.
FOR SALE Good fresh cows at 836 Mon
roe St., North Topeka.
FOR SALE Cheap, a J30 Pyramid bicy
clce, nearly new. 23 inch frame, 1-10 pat
tern. A. D. Herman, 125 Monroe st.
FOR SALE Four square pianos, one Gale
& Co.. one Orucker & Co.. one Knabe.
one Gilbert & Co.. at price 125 to tSti. B.
B. Guild Music Co.
FOR SALE Good, gentle-bay mare; drive
smgie or aoume. 13 . atn.
FOR SALE Remington and Smith-Premier
typewriters. good condition, bar
gains: machines for rent. Hi E. 5th st.
The Kansas Tract Society.
FOR SALE 1 Shorthorn cow and 1 Jer
sey cow, fresh. 1535 North Van Bu
rt st.
FOR SALE Fine upright piano" owner
leaving city; must sell. Cr.il at once. 630
JetTerson st.
FOR SALE Carpet loom, fly shuttle. 203
Klein st.
FOR 8ALF Top busrgy. good condition,
cheap. 1M3 Kansas ave.
FOR SALE Team, wagon and harness.
413 Lawrence st.
FOR SALE Black Lane-shan roosters
and a few hens. 421 Quincy.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Good 19-rlb
mandolin. $10, or wiil trade for guitar
of equal value. Addres9 Mandolin, car
Journal.
Fj0BENT--;EOOMS
FOR RENT One furnished room in pri
vate family, all conveniences. Address
M -K-, care Journal.
FOR RENT 5 living rooms, second floor.
220 West 6th.
FOR RENT Store building. 119 West 5th
st. Call & Harrison st.
WANTED To rent two rr three unfur
nished rooms, suitable for lisbt house
keeping. Address, giving price and loca
tion, t. L.. care Journal.
FOB RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT 45 room house. 604 West 8th.
Inquire 117 West luth.
FOR RENT Vacant lots in Oakland. 420
Kansas ave. P. C. Moore.
FOR RENT-3J7 Woodlawn ave.. rooms.
just papered; large barn, froit shade
and line place. A. Bunker, Agx
FOR PENT S room house, 505 Foik st.
Inquire 5E1 Polk.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST Envelope containing several letters
of reference- Leave at Dutton house
and get reward. Wm. R. Sanborn.
FOUND A gold rinsr. between 9th and
luth on Monroe. &15 Monroe st-
FOE SALE HEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE Fine 7 room house, bargain
if sold soon. 221 Harrison; also 2 houses
corner 5th and Locust, 3 and 5 rooms.
Will entertain trade on Locust st. prop
ertv. J. B. Kassebaum.
FOR SALE IS room hotel, furnisned. or
will trde IVtr city property or farm
Call 622 Western ave.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Having purchasd th business nd trod,
will of D. M. Duegan. nracucl tcr-
sh.ir.. Quincy end at X re-s!n th
services and same workman th he
had with Mr. t-red riemite as loreroan. I
will be gla4 to make the ncoualr.to nc of
ail former patrons of the shop and guar
antee' ali work first class. Horses called
for and delivered an order.
J. L. PRICE, JR.
Phone 505.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN My ap
plication for a permit to ell Intoxicat
ing liquors, according to law, at 26 Kan
sas ave.. in the Second ward of the city
of Topeka. is now on file in the office of
the probate Judge of Shawnee county,
Kansas. . The bearing of the eame fs t
f ir Monday, at 9 o'clock a. m., March U.
1W1. CHAS. W. KOHL.
1
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN My ap
plication for a permit to sell Intoxicating
liquors, according to law. at 1 Kansa
avenue. In the Third ward of the city of
Topeka. is wow on rile in the ofrice of the
probate judge of Shawnee eountv. Kr.n
sas. The hearing of the same is s--t for
Monday, at a o'clock a. tn., March i. il.
O. A. KEENE.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
X - RYDER, M. r..
OFFICE -. -a residence ccrner Gordon ..
and Central ave.. North Topeka. 'Pfeon
14. Uses the Brmkerhoff system of reetaj
treatment, a successful and painless treat
ment for puea, fistula, nature, ulceration,
etc
IDA C BARNES. M. D..
Office 7SS Kansas ave. P.estdence Thlr
teenth and Ciay. Office hours: S a. m., to
11 a. m and S p. m., to E p. m. Telepaone
5.- residence and li office.
PR. EVA HARDING. Hnmeopatfailt E21
Kansas ave. Telephone 4o.
MAGNETIC OSTEOPATHY.
MAGNETIC OSTEOPATHY Many cure
in Topeka to prove our work: genuine
A. T. Still Osteopathy and Weltmerism
combined. Drs. Chamberlain & Co., all
Quincy st.
CLAIRVOYANT.
MRS. INEZ WAGNER, trance test medi
um, at 2o Monroe.
CLAIRVOYANT Mrs. Reed, colored, ax
128 Van Buren St.. between lat and 2d.
MiXHraESHfJP
CLIPPERS, RAZORS and lawnmowers
sharpened; quick repairs, bicycles, ma
chin e '--JJ2lILjl-l--i
WATCHMAKER.
WATCHES cleaned, 75c; clocks, sc: oain
spricga, 75c; crystals. 10c Cash paid for
old gold or silver. All work guaranteed
Old jewelry exchanged for new. If hard
up. see Uncle Sam. al2 Kansas aveoua
STAMF3 SEALS' AND STENCILS
THE J. C. DARLING CO.. 734 Kan. Ave.
Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum trade
checks. Prices low. Catalogue I roe. Tel- 24
JEWELERS.
JAMES B. HAYDEN. Jeweler and Opti
cian. Complete stock of watches, dia
monds, silverware, etc Eyes examined
and spectacles properly fitted.
SPECIALISTS.
DR. C. H. GTTBOR, Diseases of the Nos
Throat and Lungs. 7wi h nm avenue.
MONEY.
TO T1AV MooeT en Toncka Tal estate.
Pay back monthly. Lw tn'erest rata.,
Shawnee Building and Loan Association.
See Eastman, at 115 West Sixih street.
MONEY TO LOAN on live stnek. pianos,
org ins, typewriters, hou ah 13 "x s and
personal security. L. Bicoe. 23 Kan. ave.
BICYCLE 3.
TOP;F'ACYCLE"cO?rilW
Tet. 706. Blcjcies and sundries: bicycles
and tandems fcr rent; repairing of aii
kinds.
U. S. CYCLE CO.. 118 B. 8th st. National
and Uniou bicycles. Sunlries. repairs.
PAVINa
THE OFFICE of the Capital Cits- Vltirtn
encK ana favng w.. .m.w.w
to US West Eightk street.
PATENTS.
FISCHER & THORPE. Patent Lawyers,
314-317 Junction Bldg., tn ana iiain sts.,
Kansas Citv. Mo., have new book on pat
ents for free distribution.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
T. D. HUMPHREYS, Lawyer.
Columbian building.
Room SO
STORAGE.
MERCHANTS' TRANSFER ft STORAOK
Co., packs, ships and stores household
goods. Tel. lift. Clarence Skinner, K.
6th sc
HAIR GOODS.
SWITCHES. CHAINS. WIGS. SHAM
pooing. etc. Mrs. Hattie Van VI ecu. SjH
East Fifth. 'Phone Hi.
FLORISTS.
MRS. J. R. HAGUE. Florist, successor to
P J Groves. &17 Kansas ava 'Phone (GO.
CUT FLOWERS and tlorai designs at
Hayes', 107 West Eisbtn st. "Phone US.
INSURANCE STATEMENTS.
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
T7. S. FIDELITY AND GUARANTY CO.,
Baltimore. Md.
Insurance in force December
si. ir-jn $rs6.niT-; .i
Premiums received. 1SO0 776 t
Iws incurred lvs,4."y
Dividends paid 75.,Bto."0
Gross assets 2.27.l"7.?cl
Inabilities, except capital stock 4''1.2:.4
Income '?.'" 1 .'
Expenditures 7rt.ti4.67
JOHN R. BIAND. President.
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
HARTFORD STEAM BOILER INSPEC
TION AND INSURANCE CO., Hart
ford. Conn.
Risks written. 1?01 J133X212."
premiums re-eived
1.212 :i..rto
sa.4.i.i
Losses lncurrel
IHvidends paid
Gross assets
Liabilities, except capital utock
Income
Expenditures
tlB78.2tt.21
1.2sS.27fi.i.5
1.1 :2.x51.u
President.
J. M. ALLEN
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
ST. PAUL FIRE AND MARINE INSUR
ANCE CO.
Amount insurance in force De
cember 31, l'." $!6.044.ro.f
Premiums received 2 2" i."- -i
Losses incurred 1,1.42.: 17
Dividends paid .... " ""t-o
Gross assets 2..5.?,K!.13
Liabilities,except capital stock l.a.'. 42
Income 1. i.'5
Expenditures 1.M1.1T".04
C. H. BIGELOW, President.
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
FRANKLIN LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Springfield, 111.
Risks written. t B.WS.ys.nO
Premiums received 627.T37.W
Total paid rwlicy holders 312.:r71l
Gross assets l,'i,2l"5. i .
Liabilities.except capital stock fr r,l:l
Income 7v:i..i-r.44
Expenditures 573.210. 43
ALFiUHD O B. EXDO P.FF, PTesidwnt.
ANNUAL STATEMKNT.
P.SAXIN'3 FIFE JNP'FANCS CO.
T.-sdiCg. I -
PitV wrin !.-- 1 60 "I V "
iTemlums re-:- 'ed ............. i -
Lo.iea i:icuri-i '
I-ivi ienos i ... ........... t 'X-
Grrss mssers f- .. ' -i
Lia billt:ci,except capital stock s-o J- -'
Income ,. 4 ' ' :i L
Kxpendlturci 4 ' . : j
W. A. TIPPING. Preslceut.
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
IMPERIAL I.VSCRAN'CH CO.
lndan, Kng.
Risks written lw Tit' -7'
Premiums r'elved
I-ses incurreti .v-
Di-iiiends tMiid
"4
GroM s-eis J ':
Liabilities. except capital slock J '' " '
lncrmie 1 : ' '- ) i
Expenditures V.'Ji-.'-
J. T. DA KG AN. V. S. M.I 1
ANNUAL STATES) EST.
NEW AMSTERDAM CASUAr.fY ro,
nt' N - Ynr.
Rfskw written ourinsr yn r ?1 "C !." I
Premiums r"i-d thi-i-.in ... ' '
Ij(,ssHss i:ii--.rr-- ! I 1 1
Dividends paid l'-O n---
Orrrs ascrs
Uabliii is,,'.'i,t CApttal stock.
Including reserve . ,,j
Income 4 , l
Expentlito-.-. -. :i , i
JOSEPH & Alt 1 l.i Xir- .
Cne tlrrarde iii, iio.
ANNUAL STAT1.ME.NT.
THE PEVN Ml'TUAL LIFT" fvsrp-
AN'"B '0.. f J'hH.t.1. '.bi..
Risks wr'tien il'int.g v -,r 1 i' S ' 1 - " - '
Premiums re'-ivel thern.... !." : i "1
Loyvi incurred 2 -
IOvilends uiioHed in l:l.
Grusji a..seis r: -
Lia bi ! itiea, except capital slock i-" - ."
Income 1" '
Kxpenilit Vires li c'i" T 4
Total premiums r-celvd H!ftc;
GEO. K. JoliNS" jS. Vice Pr-- i.i-nt.
THE GERMAN LVSI
,tf Ir.-.'twrt. n;
Risks written during ear 1: V. t-:
Premiums rei-eive-l iher-in ... 1 7-i
lsss incurred 'Mr:
Ttvideni,s paid jnni -
Gr asset s '
Lih bitltts, except cjOiHl stnek 2t'"'-i
Inctime ' ''4
Expenditures 1.7?. . .
X. S. flKKKliA, State Arc: ;
St. IniK. .M.i.
ANNUAL STAT EM SNT.
HOME LIFE INS' PANi'K Co
of New Trk, N. Y-. i1' . : 10. F're
Risks writ'n during year l:t
i.4i2 piiicii-S f I'1. -..r-'-i
Premiums received 2 -
Losses and frdoBments paid..
Annuties p:iii
rTvid-nds pli'f I't'K'
Paid for surrendered policies,.
i : -1
!"7 - - 1
w;ir!i
Gross assets I.1. I !
Admitted - k: . ' -1; i
Li,tOiiities.excet capital st..,-k 1! " . . i
Income '. 2 'v- ' '
Expenditures 4 ..
H. M. LEONARD, Saf Arer-r
St. Iiu j. Mo.
ANNUAL STATEMENT-
NEW JFP,?RY PLATK GLASS lVSL'R-
ANI'H CO.. f N.-trarif. N. J
Rik written dnrine v-nr 1 X 4 ' r.'-i -4
Premiums r"elved ther-oi 111 7". : i
Liiei incurr'-.l 44 - ,
Dividends icii-l !- o t
Oniss assets 31,' e,
I. labilities. except capital stock :-." i
Income l:ic'.'
Expenditures v-i-:":4r
C. O. Hl.AKELY. Afnt. T.ip.Ka.
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
NORWTCTT UNI''jN FlHrl IN '"'tAN"CT
SOCIETY. f Nnrnirn. I '
Pi"Vs wriitn during vrar !.!. ?"4 '"l
Premiums rcr-ied therein. ... 2 i"f l
Lcss-s Inciirn'.i . 3 12 . c '7
lOvidends paid 1W r-
Gross assets 2 77. "2 2
IJabiiities. except capital stock 1 "--.!
Inci-rne 1 t
Expenditures 1.7 -.3
A. F. I1SKK. Unit
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSL"P.ANCE.
if lm.li.n.
Risks written during ear 67 !'7n 1
Premiums v ! thereon ' " '-
Iisss incurrei! 7M
Grs assets 17 1 71 : 1
Liabitltit-s. exctpt CH0tal slock 4 cr
Income 4.2.7 - 77
Expenditures z-: t
H. Y. DOUlNSfON. General Ag-nt.
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
TH FT OCEAN ACitl t'ONT A- (H'.iKAV
TKE CoKl'i ItATlvN 1 i.lmlte 1 .. . f
L'iridiin. Engl.-it'l.
Risks written during vr.tr ? -'o t ic. r' '7
Premiums r-'-eit.(-d thereon ... 4''''T
T.ossts incurred t 1 :
Gros assets 1 4. 1 7'7' .
Liabilities, except capital stock :':..;
Income 7! 1 "kt
Expeuditndn n :i
OSCAR ISING. Oen-ral Manau-r.
ANNUA L STATF.M 1-7 NT.
KANSAS MUTUAL T IFF! INfll llAM i-l
Co., of Topek.i. Kan.
Risks .written dirtn year .. 2 ?'" ''' "l
Premiums re-cf ived -' 1 ! :
Losses inctirr'- l' I1- '"-i -' '
Iiviiends paid lfcX - ... i-
Cross assets 7:7
Liabiiities
Income 7c 1 -
Expenditures '"4 " C
J. P. 1'AVIS. rr'dil."
Tfipki. Km.
ANNUAL STATEM HINT.
WASHINGTON LIFE INSURANCE CO.
of New York.
Risks written. I 11 -; '"' "
Paid policy hold, rs I -
L.iaos ?i p'.licv holders 1 1 U 1 V4 - 1
Lividends reserve ; 7 ' " 'k
Gross lissels lii 1 11
I,iabiiitles.except capital slock 1 4 (
Income ' .... , i
L. L. HTGGI.NS
General Agent for Kaiu-.is. Kansas City,
Mo.
" ANNUA L STAT K M E N T.
THE STAND 1P.P LIFE AND ACr-T-DENT
INaLKA.S'Cfi CO.. of Litri,
Micb.
Risks written during year !oO
(croio $'..-" ? r'
Prtmftims received thereon ... 1 1
IOaPi incurred r74.4.
Dividends pid 1) t, ... o
Gross assets 1 177 --2' t
Liabiiities. except capital stock
Income 1 7 -' 7. 7-
Expenditure 1 7, i v;
W. A. I'KIRSON. St.te Aifrt.
Kansas C'i'y.
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
TIIE SHAWNEE FIRE INSURANCE
1 '( .. of Toiek.t, Kan.
Risks written i:- $ 21 "
I'renilums r- ''r-.-d tn.-reon 2-s.! ti
I,oss.-s inctirr.'! !-.':'" -4
Invldends paid ''f 'j '"1
Gross esseis " 2" 7 t
Liabilities, except capital : !, ! ,'.
Income Oio 2 -4 : '. 1
Expenciit iir 2 '.. 7 1. 7
ill HA M P. DIUXjN. Presiuei.t.
JAMES W. GOING. Secretaiy.
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
INDrTMNITT F7HE TXcfRAXCE CO.,
r.r N.-w Yt-rk
Risks written dunntr year I vj0. 1? ' ' -w
Premiums rrc-iie.l tOer.-on ... : 2
Ty'.sses incurr,d .... (',. - "i
IMvldorids paid lVKt
Gross as.-ets C"4 ...... 1 1
Liabilities. except carital stock l-1 4 "-l
Income 1 v- ' 7 .-1
Expenditures 1 ."' .
A. F. LOSES, Vice P rldent.
ANNUAL iTA T K.M E N 'i.
LLOYD'S PLATE HASS INS' RANCH
CO. 1 ! locorponceti N'lw y.ric
Risks wrttlen otiMt.g -ear I:-.-. 6 17,7 '? 1-7.
Premiums reci.ed tiirrcon ... 4.
Losses incurred 2 71 1
Dividends paid l'XO 77
Gross ass-is ." ' 7 '1
Liab'.iitics.excei.i capital ttocfc -
Ir.como 71' 7'"j
xHuditureg 4.'4,t.t4

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