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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 28, 1901.
HEW TRIALS GRANTED.
Towers and Howard Will
Given Another Cliance.
Be
Frankfort. Ky.. Marfh 2S. The court of
preal. today granted new trials to Caleb
Powers anl James Howard, under sen
tence as having been connected with the
Gobl assassination.
The reversal In the Howard case was
l.v the whole court. In the Powers case.
Judges liobson. Payntor and hite ilw
eeried. The derision in the Powers case holds
the T:ivl..r pardon not vnliO: holds that
the imuc.rnent is pood, tun orders a new
trial on the ground of erroneous instruc
tion to tho jurv tuui admission of incom
petent testimrmv. The (toward ease is
r-versed because, of erroneous instruc
tions, ir.c miftent evidence admitted in
the trial and other minor points.
II ART'S CHICAGO TEAM.
Zdat
of Players Announced
With
Callahan'a Name Missing.
Chtcasro. March 2a President James A.
Hart of the Chicas-J National league club
today gave out the ofiicial list of players
who will make up the team for the com
i"r season The list doe not contain the
name of .Pit. tier James Callahan. for
whose ervio a det-rmi.ied strntcirle has
Iwn t;tkin? place between CUrk Gnttrtn.
represent! r.n the chioiitto American leu sue
team and pre.-i.b-nt Hart, but it is a, so
stated tlo-t Callah m luw not yet sucived
an American ler.uue ml ract . Pr.-o, ien t
Hart's list is as foi..w: fan ht rs. Chance
and jMhr- Klin:.: pitchers. .ieneiee. .me:
Teller Ciiv.i; ch un. H tilth" and Eas-oi;
j. j.Vr i 'hilds.Jame.j I x-lehiinty,
Kavni.-r and M.-Cormick; outfielders, .Dex
ter" Oreen. I'nioZ"! and Polari.
Accor-tii c to i'lesi lei t Hart. Callahan
has wire! hint that he is eoii into pri
vate arid mat me 'r'
tl
salary ii.oi r...:h:r. to d-i
to siKtl a National leau-u
t-Htn. cap'., lined by First
with his refusal
e contract. Tho
liaseman Iyle,
wl!l b
e- t' -r Cnvinioama,
iii..
.-uiiuay
moral.
lo b-ain training.
' VOLCANO ON TOIV ER.
Startling Feature Suested For tlie
St Louis World' Fair.
St. Louis. March 2. Perhaps the most
startling conception for a world's fair
cttraelion yet attempted is the one sus
freste 1 by Aroidas It. Farmer, who pro
poses to build an eruptive volcano- at the
top of a Loco-foot b.wer. which is to
illuminate the exposition grounds arKi
the city of St. Louis and .e visible in
the sta'te of Illinois as tar down as the
Ks-vptSan darkness and as far ninth as
Alton, not ti speak of. a few counties
in Missourri. A i .pi-less eleator to
carry people to the tower on top of the
volcano is to be built in the volcano.
GOLD VEINS IN TOWN.
Rich Ledger Crop Up in the Streets of
Kalama. Wash.
Taeoma, Wash., March 23. Much ex
citement prevails in Kalama, where the
Northern Pacific crosses the Columbia
river, by th" discovery of four sold
le.ikre-s running through the tiwn. Ka
lanta is built on rocks overlooking the
Columbia. Traces of gold were f-mnd
last year. Fin. e when a company of Ta
eoma men has sunk a shaft t. a depth
of 150 feet, uncovering- a large true vein
of copper and gold oie which runs $-15
to per ton. Several months ano
other outcroppiniis were found and de
velopment commenced. Within two
weeks this has prog-vt ssed sufficiently to
show that there are more veins which
wiil yield handsome profits. ork is
now being- started on le isres outcropping
on adja.-ert farms and Kalama people
think another Butte City will grow
there.
SUES THE A. 0. U. W.
Mrs. Randall Brings Action la Sat
isfied Husband Is Dead.
Em'ly Frances Randall has asked the
district court to gie her judgment
against The grand lodge A. O. I'. V. for
the .uut insurance carried by her hus
band. .
She cites In her petition that her hus
band took out a policy in the A. O. I".
W. in for $2. Out). ne went to "Gal
veston in 1M-- and has not been heard
from sirce. She claims that she has
paid all the premiums and she asks for
the insurance as she believes her hus
band dead.
Boer Commandoes Unite.
Cape Town. March 28 Commandant
Ivritsinger, Commandant Scheener and
Commandant Van Keenan have joined
forces and the Koer commandoes, a
thousand strong, are now moving in the
direction of Orange River via Vruters
lad. e-jr York Still at Tangier.
Tarri.-rs. March CS. The armored
cruiser New- Ye-rk has mt yet sailed
fr-m tins port. The American consul is
still waiting for orders from Wasdniigton.
"Akron Eoute" to Buffalo Opens
May 5 th
On above date con:taniP3 operating
the IVnnsylvania-Vandalia and Erie
lines will open a new line t Buffalo via
Indianapolis. Columbus and Akron with
through sirvice of Pullman sleeping;
car, co.tc-hes. and baggage cars from
St. Louis, tiet particulars bv address
ing J. T. I'olev. T. P. Agt., Kansas City,
Mo., or J. M. Cfiesbrough, A. O. P. Agt.,
St. Louis, Mo.
Eev, C. M. Sheldon's Latest Books
"Born to Serve," "Who Killed Joe's
Baby?" Bennett's book store, 730 Kan
sas avenue.
Mrs Mattie M. Lindstmm has pur
chased the Crescent bakery. &J6 West
Twelfth street, and respectfully invites
your patronage.
A display a pattern hats and the latest
novelties in millinery to be shown, at
Mrs. I. L. Keener Stewart s. Thursday,
March 2S.
i?
KACZYNSKI
i wool like to sell you
j If you prefer
11
will see that your order has
prompt attention.
Telephone 530.
FOURTH AND JACKSON STREETS
i t W JS k M 1. 1:1
MARSHALL'S NEXT SUNDAY.
Programme Announced For First Free
Auditorium Band Concert.
The Sunday afternoon band concerts
to be given by Marshall's band in the
Auditorium will be opened next Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock by the band jvith
the fallowing programme:
March, "Tupfkn Elks" J. B. Marshall
Overture. 'Pique Dume" Suppe
Euphonium s lo, "The Holy City". Adams
Mr. D. C Kline.
Vocal solo, selected
Mr. Val. N. Sauerwefn.
Grand Potpourri of Sacred Songs,
Joy to the World" Bornhouse
March, "The Commonwealth." .. . . ; .Hail
Grand selection from II Trovatore.. Verdi
Uluria from Mozart's Twelfth Mass..
Mozart
"The Dawn of Love"..' Bendix
March, "The Prize of Victory"
. Scouton
The' "Topeka" Klks" 'march, composed
by Mr.' Marshall himself, has never been
heard fit Topeka, but is said by com
petent musicians who have heard it. to
be the best march that Mr. Marshall
ever has written. The entire progiamme
has been arranged with care and all the
numbers will be appropriate to the oc
casion. HON US ARE RENEWED.
Home Defenders Again Before the
District Court
The Home Defenders.who were arrest
ed at various times for smashing Joints,
appeared in the district court this morn
ing to have their bonds renewed. That
is. some of them did.
C. K. McDowell, Mrs. Rose Crist and
Mrs. Ida Chadwlck were there to renew
their bonds but Mrs. Nation and her
lieutenant. Miss Madeline Southard, were
absent. "Nick" Chiles, partner of Mrs.
Nation in the newspaper business and
he r bondsman, was becoming somewhat
nervous. He consented to g-o on her
bond for a short time, a week or so, but
he said be could not continue on her
bond while she is gallivanting about the
country. -'If it had been different about
the papers." said Chiles, "if we bad
made something it would have been dif
ferent." Mrs. Nation's and Miss South
ard's bonds were signed.
THOSE PESKY CHICKENS.
They Are Making Trouble For the
Police and Others.
Business In the police station is picking
up with the spring- weather. This is be
euuse of the people who have been rais
ing chickens during- the winter and who
fall to pen them up when tile neighbors
tire making garden.
At leasL twenty complaints a day are
made at the pe.lice statiein regarding
chickens which are bothering the neople
who do not own them. The special of
ficers are kept busy looking after the
complaints and they are becoming very
tired of it. There, is a law against al
lowing chickens the run of the city and
It will be enforced if the complaints do
not cease.
NORTH TOPEKA.
Items Intended for this column should ba
tert with the Kimball Printing company.
sm-w 1 1 -.: 1 e. eiiui
Lowney's chocolates, at Kane's.
Robert Green, of Hoyt, was a North
side visitor yesterday.
Degree Team No. 1243 M. W. A. will
give a dance (tonight) 28th.
J. B. Jeffers has returned from a trip
to various points in Oklahoma.
Ed Richtr, of Osawkie, made a buiJ
ness trip to this side yesterday.
Miss Calphernia Stewart Is quite 111
with bronchitis at her home in Maple
Urove.
Specials for Thursday, 1 dozen ladies'
skirts, regular Sl'.OO, for S1.4S. Come
quick if you want one of these.
COSTLEY & POST.
Miss Fannie Cole of 515 Park street la
suturing from an attack of the grip.
Uilliam XX Dobson and family hava
moved here from Mayetta and will make
their home at 421 West Curtis street.
Mr. John Lambert and mother will
move here the first of the month from
Wamego and will live at lo37 Jackson
street.
Wait for our opening Saturday, March
.0th. We will have some surprises for
jou. .COSTLEY & POST.
James: Hanlry come home last evenifig
from Lawrence where he has been super
intending the street grading for tnat
city
M;s. C. Washburn left this morning
for Missouri, where she will be the guest
of her husband's parents.
Miss; Grace Washburn went to yilts
burg, Kan., today where she will sp-f.rd
a week visiting relatives.
Ms. BradU y-Nortis, accompanied by
her granddaughter. Arline Bradley, went
to Rossville today to visit Mrs. Norris"
sn. Mr. Cal Bradley and family.
Master Earl Maxwell was 9 years old
Wednesday and the following little
frieids grave him a pleasant surprise
party in honor of the occasion: Irene
Dawson, Phyllis and James Davis.Maud
and Grace Ward and Kelsey Gardner.
Make your arrangements to attend our
annual Spring opening Saturday and
Monday, Match 30th and April 1st, as
th"te will be many things of interest. It
will be a good time to select your
Easter Bonnet.
COSTLEY & POST.
Mr. Joseph Sproat and Mrs. Lulu Hol
zle Sproat were married Friday after
noon, March 22, by Rev. J. S. Glenden-nins.-,
pastor of the Second Presbyterian
church, at his home on Quincy street.
Mr. and Mrs. Sproat were married sev
eral years ago, but were divorced. They
have one child a little boy.
M. Ed Cowdrey was given a surprise
party last evening by a number of h's
friends in honor of the twenty-sixth an
niversary of his birthday. The guests
came with well filled baskets and took
possession of his home on Harrison
street where a pleasant time was rrpenl
with conversation and games. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cowd
rey. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stovall. Misses
Gertrude and Myrtle Palmer, Jessie Par
risn May Bernard, Lola Reger, Ida
Waldman, Messrs. James Patterson, Os
car Fiekie, Charles Matthews, W'll
Cowdrey and Mr. Miller.
Duke Sails On.
Malta. March 8. The Ophlr. bearing
the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and
York, sailed at midnight, convoyed by
the British first-class cruiser Andro
meda, the second-class cruiser Diana,
and the store-ship Tyne.
Horse Sale Called OfE
Richmond. Ind.. March 28. John S.
Lackey, who conducts horse sales of na
tional importance each March at Cam.
bridge Citv, has called off the extra aie
announced this year for May. Majiy
horses had been entered.
Fire at Danville, Indiana,
Danville. Ind.. March 28. Fire early to
clay damaged the business section of the
city to the extent of SjO.uuO. Insurance,
t-B.WXf.
Counterfeits of De'.Vltt's Witch Hazel
Falve are liable to cause blood poisoning.
Leave them alone. The original has the
name DeWitt's upon the box and wrap
per. It is a harmless and healing saive
lor skla disease. 1'ceu.uailed lor pilos.
V71CKLH
p rf ) I I ()
He pours brandy
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His mother's guests partake of the beverage.
Disgraceful result o 1
ADVICE
To Willie Yes, certainly, ret a
frock coat by all means. It is th
best thing you can do under the cii
cumstances, but remember
T) W M
in I
LN THE STILLY NIGHT.
"Kain't yo' feel chickings in dar, deacon?"
"No, pahson; all I kin feel la de teef of a steel trap dafs got ma by d
Wrist." New York Journal.
Sale of the Evening Post.
Chicago, March 2S. Final steps' of a
deal fr the purchase of the Evening
Prist "will he taken on Saturday, hy which
the ownership of the property will pass
from H. H. Kohlsaat to the syndicate
headed by Mr. Shaffer. The new ownera
of the newspaper will take possession on
April 1. and will remain in their present
quarters in Washington street for a. eajr,
when it i understKd the place of pub
lication will be chanared. The paper wiil
be of the Kanii&worth "tabloid" pattern
- sixteen padres, just half the yiie of the
present page.
Mugerins "Why do you allow your
boy to work in a bowling alley?" Bug
gina "Oh, just for pin moneyl"
WILLIE.
in the teapot.
Willie's wickedness.
6 SATIS.
in windy weather always have it
buttoned up. People will be none
the wiser then.
Remarkable Cures of Rheumatism
From the Vlndicator.Rutherfordton.N.C
The editor of the Vindicator has had
occasion to test the efficacy of Chamber
lain's Pain Balm twice with the most re
markable results in each case. First, with
rheumatism in the shoulder, from which
he suffered excruciating pain for ten days,
which was relieved with two applications
of Pain Halm, rubbing the parts afflicted
and realizing instant benetit and entire
reiief in a very short time. Second, in
rheumatism in thie;h joint, almost pros
trating him with severe pain, which was
relieved by two applications, rubbing with
the liniment on retiring at night, anil get
ting up free from pain. For sale by ail
druggists.
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IAD MISCELLANEOUS ADS.
ANN OUNCE ME NTS.
TO THE VOTERS OP TOPEKA: In
making my canvass for the office of cny
clerk I have met many voters who did
not Know that 1 was a candidate. i
therefore take this manner of notifying
the voters that T am a candidate for citv
clerk. subject to the decision of the voters
at tile polls next Tuesday, April li. and
shall be pleased to receive your votes on
mat aay. otespecttuuy.
R. M. SPIVET.
WANTED SITUATIONS
WANTED Work of anv kind bv a boy.
Address C. E. B., 211 East Fourth St.
WANTED Position by AI grocery order
man: can carry number of good cus
tomers with me. Address "Order," care
Journal.
WANTED Position by lady as clerk or
collector; have had 6 years' experience;
can give best references. Address "Clerk,"
care Journal.
WAXTKD By a young: man attending
school, a place to work for board. Ad
dress "C. M.." Topeka Business Cullege,
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED Six experienced quarrymen.
Apply at Topeka and Vinewuod Park
Railway Co.'s oflice. Kansas ave.
WANTED For I'nited States army, able
bodied unmarried men between ages of
21 and 35: citizens of United States, of
g-ood character and temperate halvas. who
can speak, read and write English. Re
cruits specially desired for service in
Philippines. For information apply to re
cruiting- officer, 401 Kansas ave., Topeka,
Kan.
WANTED lien to learn barber trade,
only eight weeks required. In order to
supply- demand for our graduates dur
ing spring rush we maKe special thirty
day offer including board and tools with
scholarship. Apply by mall today. Moler
Barber College, St. Louis. -Io.
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED immediately, white girl dish
washer. Duncan's restaurant, 108 E. 7ih,
WANTED A good girl at once. Apply at
122 West 8th St.
WANTED Experienced white girl for
general housework : no washing; good
wages, at 515 Topeka ave.
WANTED Girl for general housework.
1-21 Quincy st.
WANTED A competent lady ' carpet
sewer. Apply U19 Kansas ave.
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Inquire H. E. Adams, 621 Kajisas ave.
WANTED An experienced nurse for
baby; references required. Call morn
ings. Mrs. Merriam, 1025 Fillmore.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT 4 room cottage. 1U2 .West
Eighth.
FOR RENT
An & room strictly modern dwelling,
close to business center, family without
small children preferred.
W. II. FORBES, Security Building.
DECIDE ADVERSELY.
Methodists Do Not Want a Unl
Tersity in Toyeka.
The educational committee of the
Kansas conference and the South Kan
sas conference of Methodists which met
in Kansas City yesterday, decided to
recommend that a Methodist university
be not located at Topeka. Tiha decision
of the commission does not alter the
situation materially, however.
The meeting was held at the Grand
Avenue M. E. church, in Kansas City,
Mo., and the resolution reads as fol
lows: "Resolved, That we will not consider
any further the proposition to establish
a university at Topeka, or elsewhere, un
der the auspices of the Methodist Epis
copal church, and that we further de
clare our determination to support Ra
ker university ana her future interests
at Baldwin, Kas."
Those who composed the commission
were Revs. J. A. Motter, Kansas Citv;
S. A. Bright, IX U., Junction City; 1-1.
Combie Smith, Leavenworth; S. S. Mur
phy, t. r Baldwin; C. D. Duherow,
Ottawa; C. S. Nusbaum, Ottawa, and A.
R. McLean, Independence; Judge Nelson
Case, Oswego: J. M. Miller, Council
Grove: R. N. Allen, C'hanute; J. E. Hair,
Baldwin; J. P. Ia.vls, Topeka, and C.
D. Walker, Atchison. President Murlin,
of Baker university; Dr. William Mc
Dowell, of New York, secretary of the
board of education of the Methodist
Episcopal church; Dr. A, S. Embree and
Rev. J. R. Madison, of Topeka, and Rev.
J. W. Alderman, D. D., of Kansas City,
Kas., were in attendance.
Dr. A. S. Embree, one of the trustees
named by Mrs. Eliza Chrisman to have
charge of the fund to establish a uni
versity, said today that the action of the
committee will make no difference. "The
terms of the will of Mrs. Chrisman will
be carried out to the letter." said he.
Congressman J. M. Miller, of Council
Grove, was a member of the conference
committee that met at Kansas City yes
terday and decided not to further con
sider the removal of Baker university
from Baldwin to TopcKa,
"The resolution that we passed to re
tain and sustain Baker university where
it now is was passed by almostva. unan
imous vote." said Congressman Miller.
The board of conference consisted of
fifteen delegates appointed by the Kan
sas conference and the Southern Kan
sas conference. We concluded it was
for the best of the educational interests
of Methodism. To place a. Methodist
university in Topeka and have it com
pete favorablv with other institutions
of its class would cost a million dollars.
"I believe it is better for a school to
be located in a small town than In a
large city. Look at Baker and at Beth
any, at Lindsborsr. They have lartrer at
tendance by far than similar institutions
in Topeka, Atchison end Winfleld. The
small town is deeidediy the best place
for a successful school."
"Is the Chrisman leeacy lost to the
Methodists by the failure to place a col
leerS in Topeka?" was asked.
T do not think so. It will rot be
available for ten years, but at the ex
piration of that time the lepcaoy ges to
the educational uses of Methodism, I
understand."
New Spring Goods.
Jno. F. McManus & Co., Tailors, 716
Kansas avenue.
When vou are bilious, use those famous
little pills known as DeWitt's Little Early
msera to eitanse tne liver ana Dowels.
They never gripe.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED Nice 6 or 6 room cottag. nea
Kansas ave.; permanent renter. Stata
price Address Renter, care Journal.
WANTED Painting to do; job of any
kind, by experienced youn colored man
with good reference. Address A. A., car
Journal.
WANTED Nursing-, by experienced ladv
nurse: terms. $1 per dav. Address Lilly
W illiams, care John Taylor, OaKland.Kan.
WANTED Lace curtains nd portieres to
clean, ilrs. Fosdick, 725 Quincy st.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT 3 rooms for light housekeep
ing, first floor. iiel East 8th st.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, best lo
cation in city. T14 Jackson.
FOR RENT Two rooms, rurnished.
West 6lh st., close in.
224
FOR RENT Furnished front room, with
board. Sou Topeka avo.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, house
keeping and othern, modern. bo7 Top. av.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow, with calf:
gives Si gallons of strained milk per
day; also one fat. 1125 Kansas ave.
FOR SALE T-adv's blcvele, in good or-dei-
?7. liilO West Eighth.
FOR SALE 7 weeks old heifer calf.
Nelson. 3111 Grutton st.
FOR SALE Restaurant, good business,
all or a part of the fixtures. 127 W. 7th.
FOR SALE A good, gentle horse, for
family use, cheap. 410 Harrison st.
FOR SAE Jersey cow.
east end of Gordon st.
"VV. K. Jones,
FOR SAI-K Work and driving horses, all
kind.s, ages and prices. See them. O. P.
,tpvlgruiT, 317 West tith St.
FOR SATK Fiirniture. at a bargain: par
ties leaving city offer their furniture of
an S room hou.e, with low rent for prem
ises. Po session April 1. Address X. X.,
care Journal.
FOR SATjK Shoe shop, with trade from
$40 to per month. 824 Kansas ave.
FOR SAI.F Houehold goods, cow, phae
ton; party leaving: town. 217 Wood
lawn ave.
FOB. SALE HEAL ESTATE.
FOR SAL.E Brick hnus-e and six lots,
southwest corner' Sixth und Polk stss.
Apply S. M. "Wood, 6th, and Kansas ave.
FOR SAI.KHouse, 15th and Mulvane sts.
Inquire li. K. Adams, 61 KajiKas ave.
FOR SAT.R
Nice cottage on paved street: must sell
at once. Come quick.
An S room. 2 storv hoti.se. barn. bath.
hot and cold water, furnace hfcat. paved
street. Property new and first class, in
excellent jifciKhborhood, west side. $3,200
A Y jN ill ifc 'J'HOMfiiO.N,
627 Kansas ave.
FOR SA LE New cottage. "Washburn ca
line, monthly oavmeiii: Fillmore near
12th st.. pood residence, liberal t-rms, low
price; business property on Jackson near
itn, a money maRing- investmpn:; 101 on
Kansas ave. between 3d and 4th sts., and
several smnll houses on payments. F.
J. Brown, 17 Columbian Bid.
FOR SALE My new house and IVa lots.
zo cnanaier st.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR RENT-Two good barns at 615 To
peka ave.
LOST AND rOXJND.
LOST Sword pin, March 6. Lady that
found, please return to E. W. Hughes,
423 Kansas ave.
LOST Monday afternoon, brown purse
containing silver and keys. Finder will
be rewarded by returning to 512 West 8th.
LOST Small bead purse at Bethany firet
contained $l.so in change. Return to
102U Van Buren.
HOTELS.
TOPEKA HOTEL. 122 West Sixth st.
Transient rates $1 per day. Rooms with
board, $4 to 0 per week.
FETSrSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
L. A. RYDER, M. D..
OFFICE and residence corner Gordon st.
and Central ave.. North Topeka. 'Phone
214. T'ses the Brinkerhoff system of rectal
treatment, a successful and painless treat
ment for piles, iistula, fissure, ulceration,
etc.
IDA C. BARNES, M. D.
Office 732 Kansas ave. Residence Thir
teenth and Clay. Office hour;-: 9 a. m. to
11 a. m., and 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Telephone
59S residence and 16 office.
DR. EVA HARDING. Homeopathist, 629
Kansas ave. .Telephone 402.
CARPET AND LACE CLEANING
WANTED Carpets, lace and chenile cur
tains to clean; murrains washed. J. H.
Fosdick, 8 Kansas ave- 'Phone S60.
WANTED Lace and portiere curtains to
clean. Mrs. Fosdick, I'OS Kas. av. Tel. 850.
WANTED Curtain and lace cleaning-.
Mrs. Fosdick, 725 Quincy. SHE HAS
NOT MOVED.
MONET.
TO LOAN Money on Topeka real estate.
Pay back monthly. Ixjw interest rate.
Shawnee BuiUHns and Loan Association.
See Eastman at 115 West Sixth st.
MONEY TO LOAN on live stock, pianos,
organs, typewriters, household goods and
personal security. L. Biscoe, 63 Kan. ave.
HAIR DRESSING.
SWITCHES, shampooing- and halrdress-
ing, chains, etc.; 26 years' experience.
Mrs. VanVIeck. 222 East Fifth. Telephone
87S. References best in tho city.
MAGNETIC OSTEOPATHY.
MAGNETIC OSTEOPATHY Many cures
in Topeka to prove our work; genuine
A. T. still Osteopathy and Weitintiism
combined. Drs. Chamberlain & Co., oiS
Quincy st.
CLAIRVOYANT.
CbAIRVOYANT-Mrs. Reed, colored ,at
128 Van Buren st., between 1st and 2d.
MRS. INEZ WAGNER, trance tsst medi
um, at 320 Monroe st.
STAMP3, SEALS AND STENCIL 3
FOR SALE
43 acres of land1 Vi mile from city, 75
per acre. This land can be cut up and
sold in 5 and 10 acre tracts for 1150 per
acre. An opportunity of e. lifetime.
J. A. DAVIS.
Entrance on Gt'n st. 61 Kansas ave.
THE J. C. DARLING CO.. 734 Kan. Ave.
Rubber stamps, brass and aluminum trade
checks. Prices low. Catalogue tree. Tel. isi.
LEGAL.
(First published In the Top'Ha State Jour
nal, AiU'a Xj, ImI.)
ELECTION rilOCLASlATIO.V.
Topeka. Kan.. March li 1 '"I.
T. C. J. Trew, mayor nf tlm citv if To
peka, d'. hereby proclaim, $rW'e rs.it c a': l
make known that the r.'jjjr annua c;.y
election will be held In t h r.uy f t TpKn
on Tuesday, April S, 'M, t .r tfce purp-
of electing' the fullowinff ofricrs. io-wt:
Mayor, city attomev, city cirk. rr?
treasurer, one councilman In eh war i.
one member of th board of ednty.;i"n in
eaoh ward, jud? of the c.urt of Tv
clerk of the court of Tope: and nnrn-'l
of the court ( T .pe ? ; a i suhin it n
to the leRHlly quaiifi'-.l voters of tuui ciiy
the following iropis;f inn :
"Shall the rnayir and council f't tb
city of Topeka borrow nod isii
tlie bonds of the ri(y of T.tpeka f-r 1
amount for the purpose of securirte and
pitying fur landn for ad. Hi hum I t i t tii! I
facilities and shops for the AtchUrjti. T--
the cliv of Top.-ka. w hi- h bon-i
mature In 30 years from the o.it' ft li e
Issuance of tile same and bt-!.r inore-t
at the rate of fou- per .rut pjr Htiiitiro,
Interest payat.le scno-annually." as i.i
Vided in the following (inmi.uio-. to-w! :
'First pui.lislu-d in the Topeka lai!y
Capital. Mar.-h 7. i:'l '
ORDINANCE N. .13.
An ordinance submit! oik to the l'tr:i!
voters of the city of Topeka a pr, poi koi
aut horizinff the. mayor and council
city to borrow se.-nty tliousco-d d-Mi-i-.
and Issue the bonds of said i-U f.-r it.
purpose of securing and puyim f-.r i;ino
for additional te-rniinal i;o oit! s ;c 1
shops for tile AtohN.oi. T- p. k.i Nr Sjr,-.
Fe Hallway company at the cily ot To
peka. Pc It Ordnlned bv the M ivor ai.d C.-u--.-cllun-n
of the ritv of To.. ka:
Section 1. Ti'c mayor and couuc!' f
the city of Top.-ka are ti'-re-liy author;.. I
to borrow seventy thou-and !!!, i.r- a: I
Issue t lie bonds of i ho ci! 1 or s;i id i. iv. o t
for the purpose of s.cur-inu ;.t:d p;..:
for lands for additional t.-rminul f.o i;i;i
end shops for the Ai.-t.is.m. Toj ;-. i .v
Santa Fe Railway (oiiip.my .u the rwy i"
Tope-ka, said ceinipaoy h.i iri; u l.;i!r h-1
const ru.-t e-.l into a rid throu.-h s-.id riiv.
Said bonds shall be Ismii-.I lo d.-o -ni
tions of not less than five hu.eitc l d.,u,i;
nor more than on.- thou. an.1 d.,iifrs, a - I
shall run for a period of thirty yours Hid
bnar intert st at the rate, of four pt-r cent
per aunupi. payabL s.t - mi-, n r.u.t M v ai I ' - ?
f'scal Mencv of the suite of K.-tti-.i i-i
the city of S'ew York. S lid I Ik sii.wl
not be sold for less than their f.o- v,i;u
and no commission or .oh, r c, .m:- :is.t 1 1 --i
shall be allowed f.,r ttuir s.iU-. r. r .-!... I
Paid bonds be issu- d unle-ss :i ul heo iz.-.l bv
a majority of the voi.N e;.sl uo- n tiio
proposition roiitaineti in this oeo 1 1 ., n--.-.
Sec. 2. At the time i f the l-iisiie- -f
the j.rocla tna ion .f (lie m;.y.r i -r th.
peneral election to bti h'id io
tho cily of Top'-ka on A;.:..
2, the may-.r shall Inriu!.-
ln said pro' l-una i 1. -n liie pr: i -esi . j, .n . m
bruced in this oroinrutee. -.vlo. ii j-r o.
mation shall be issUed at lei..( t. :s
before tile dav of said L-et .r.il eie ii.i-i
and said proclamation sh..l! be publ
I
one or more Inn.-- in iho olii.-i..! coy p o . p
of the cily of Top ka. tie- lir-t .ii'b - .
tion beins at least ten days bef.-re s.i M
eiffl ion.
Sec. 3. At the perioral city el..r(i.o to 1
held in the city of Topeka on April 2. l"-'l.
the legally uuaiifu-1 voi.-rs of said ov
shall tl. tcrminc by majority of the -..t-cast
upon such proposi! i-m who: her ti.e
mayor and council of said citv shad b..r.
row sf-venty thousHo.l dollars and K-aie
the bonds of said city th"i--tor. as pr-.--Ided
by section 1 of tins ,u liaanf-. a "i
for that purpose there shall b- prlr,t.'-l
or written on the ballots in addition to
the names of the candidates for the al-
OUS offices tO be elected at Sa id flection
the followlnir. to-wlt:
Shall the mayor and council of the city
of Topeka borrrtw seventy ihoueajid dol
lars and Issue- the bonds of the env of
Topeka for said "mount for the puip.ee
of securiliff mid payine; f,,r lands f-r a-1-flitlonat
terminal faciliii.-s o.l sh-.p t -r
the Atchison. Top-ka A- Santa IV I ;.,!!
way company at the city of Topeka. -a hi- tl
bonds shall mature in thlrly years fr-.m
the date of the issuance of the Mime n-l
bear interest at the rat.- ( f 4 per cent p.-r
annum, interest payable si-rni-a nnu.i.lv.
And the canvassiiiK b -nrd shad
and declare the ntiml-r i f v. a. , cast f..r
said proiMisition and tie- nuir-ti- r of vi-i-'h
cast niral'iMt it. and declare wh.ah.-r sal 1
pr.iposition is defeated or carried, and if
carried, by what majority of the vote cast
upon said proposition.
Sec. 4. This ordinance shall take effect
anil b in force from and afier Us publi
cation in the official cily paper.
I'assed the council M-irih 4, 1.1.
Approved March ti. V.'l.
('. J. I.RKW. Mavor.
"Attest: J. II. S'jfl IM-'.S. Ci'v fli-rk."
Candidates for r nnn-lhti.-ii will be vot--d
for in their respective wards oulv-. t'an.l:
dates for all other oftic s and the propo
sition to borrow tT'i.tten a tut Ihsio- tio'
bonds of the cily for said iiir. iunl, wrl
be voted for in the city at larue. Said
election HitMll be he'd and conducted on
eler the general eleclion laws cf the si. tie.
The polls shall be opened at S .. . !... k a
m. In the several oili:a: pr-em-us a.-.d
shall not be closed until 6 ei'ciock p. m.
of said day.
In witness whereof T h:iv hereunto pf
mv hand this IMh day of Mar-. li. r 1.
'. J. I.UEVV, Ma.-r.
Attest: J. II. S(.jC'Itr-::s.
(Seal; City Clerk.
STORAGK.
MERCHANTS' T KANSK Kit & S-'T'iitACK
t'o.. packs, ships and st-aes h ius- te . I
poods. Tel. lfct. Clarence Skintir, li i;.
Sixth st.
WATCHMAKER,
WATCHES cleaned, T.'.c; clocks, 5 :c: tnain
sprinus, 75c: crystals. l"c. Cash j.M f"r
old gold or silv er. All work uoura in ee.l
Old jewelry exchanged f'.r new. It barj
up, see Uncle Sam, oi2 KaiiMis ave.
MACHINE SHOPS.
CIIpPIKClXZOii Piwt. mowers
uliarpei.ed: quick repairs, blcv rt.a-chitiei-y.etc.at
the Gdder. i:u!e, hth K. av.
FLORISTS.
MPS. J. R. HAOri:. Florist, successor tit
H. J. Groves, W7 Kansa ave. 'Phone j2.
CTTT FLOWERS and floral doy-Hrns at
Hayes'. Iu7 Wept Eighth st. 'Phone ..
JEWELERS.
JAME3 P. HAYDEN". Jeweler nnd Opti
cian. Complete stock of watches, dia
monds, silverware, etc. Ey-s xumit.ej
and spectacles properly fitted.
SPECIALISTS.
DR. C. 11. niTBOR, Pisea-.es of the Nose,
Throat and I.udks. 7'.i Kansas ave.
BICYCLES.
Tel. 7o'. I'.icycieH aial sun lri.: bicycles
and tandems for rent; repairing of ail
kinds.
U. S. CYCLE Co.. 11 E. 8t h st. National
and ("nlon bicycles. Wundiies. repairs.
PAVING.
TIETTffTcE of the Capita! Citv Vitri
fied Krlek and Pai intr t'o. has been rt
moved to 118 West Eighth at.
PATENTS.
FISCHER & THORPE. Fatc-nt Lawyers,
314-317 J-jnclion pku., yin and Man ets.,
Kansas City. Mo., have new book on pat
ents for free distribution.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
T. D. Ht'MPHREYS, Lawyer, room 20
Columbian building.
OSTEOPATHY.
LINDA HARPY, D. O., leraduBte A. S. O..
Kiiksvllle, Mo., Zll Eaat LJUtli L

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