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TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL, TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 30, 1903.
9 IN FEAR. Ferdinand, Ruler of Bul garia in Abject Terror of Same Fate as Befell Ser vian Monarch. Every Entrance to the Palace Guarded Night and Day by Trusted Sentinels. Cabinet Shares Ferdi nand's Aiarm. Tt: K:r c Co:.." n:' r V : Or ', hnt !,'-, n the unfortunate ri- r f pervia anl hi? ravil la'.te i.na, r-.a,i IVrda.an-l, the a:ai. f knows that he is as '.- Ms ; las .-: K to I a s wi Ai is now in in- ai ai.d his t'r . t. wh.i rr-r, a id ;.r i r ! r. . . T! . n 1: J in .1. but the iniU''3 tf rr"r, A DIFFICULT (LI EAT. IJ- l.itl kh,& iritij the littl.. town t-f ar..-p i:h r:-ious assuinptnKi :-:ar iy x . S :a aiai iaa.u-sty tliat ( nri.rn - h;m to tlif.1 k-a n i-garci of :: :zz-- vaii'V nan and miners loariii-; lit .-aio'.n 'J'l.it s as a lit m Din': ol ome t:: it:: a wirit a jijstitiata '-rranil u .:. tan: ihiliiv. InM-lc of an hour lie v. ..s ita ui in jaJl to ;jre"ent hiri be- i-k : ii-d. Tl-as '.a to a tel.'- f :a!a taat fUuut.! hi his wnk-': ".! t :. M.. 'a!uai.lp liorsa stolon : r-- iast taht l'raan I.onai il & t" ..:a:i ary s':nc r inline sut it an an aii li'.Ml arrival -f (l,ait'. 1 ly or,'k-r : .- ia r;-t. H iratu J.i kM.n." i'ia- :.)' i;avyo' in tin1 liitia tn of t- :n .p Was Ilia hjpiiast ol!a ial th'-r,-. a..i w o irt,-rf--:' a m th' stranger to - tviat ja:;taa UU!f fioiif H rat , I 0 1 1'. ; toj 01!" of talo law instaad of by 1 - :a -a.au. arai as t.a.s be. n tin- )ar- i '" V-.a ni"Tlio-l in lha ,.asa of a ia,sr lor w inch ( i itn- th:- law tia.t :..at ; a jaa.f J n Hal-quata io r i is iitti.,.n t. : !':T lo i-'tfiuiar lows. i laivyo iraa.-"ii kta-w that the Sunop ,;.-aa a.,s iao strong ot.outrh to ta slst tiir K ( a mob. .Missouri jails s-1-'-a a-., f,,r in that sla'a- the ,.enal ! ts sam iionea by triolition a a -K aiai siatt shrift. Since tin. 5 " K ; ' r :.ai si. .()...t to the pt. :-ss oi .-f ias f.i'ii- i th-aa- ha.l n .t L-' : a -ani;;." , asa ,.f Ivti- ltinE:. Ir.r a .?! ta-t he m as , ... attu I a, I a- - ass , to fa'aiw in l(. I a S y - K o i I : "' hiS T-'l"t , fsir, v.Sai aiiow.'ii i ; a:ar i4ii4--n to 'lei i'i a ease f,,r ! a;. fij(,sti:,j th" '.laaouy an tin lust .- I on t'a- shoiiidi is ef ti. .,, ,n -r.av la rasan- ine son man jiiln- f : - aae;Si r. fia- th" a.lrtii-ns: ra t in-, ' ' ' ""'1 orier. Si far he ha, I sup. '" - i a en be olal l.is own ,-iia l;i :-' a a. a niJw. :n a ni'intent, h-re wa- '-a- -aat bea.-t of mob rul prowlina i:,l slaea.ia- i(s lolh. II- ,titi n,.t f-.ve.v -;a- aaxi.-ty la- f..!t as h- hnrri.-l- ',M! '': UiKiif.j-. went to rail Um.- ' l:-''t !! ! .i.'il. 11" found th : a -a:!;)- nam of most, attrae. '" ! ix'.n.iiity. (nit he was not bank t.' ,aj t tia-ii ,.n a ppeara tiees. T" with,' sanl the lawyer Laa t!y. ' -aliat is your liunie?"' Anii.av Ii.njs ' . 'u'h-: V,,;i ,!al r.ot un-lerstand me. l asK. U aair name." ! pavf it. My name is And row i ; : '.s, ai ' Hut mat is ,y mvii nrime. It would '- a :.'T.i:kal,:" e. ; a, -i.j.-n, ... ,f you ' li'l h.ar tla- sa.u.. . If y.aa have ello- ,s " 1 I'aist leoiast you to .ah--:', it wi.ai i t,.j 'luiiarrassm a., a 'aa- uiinetessaty eom- r..' 1 " :(! i mine and wns my fath " - m. ." th" ).: isain r st.ok,-- with J 1 'l th i.a.jvr t). a..Ve I him. '" assuta.-.! a new asp. -at. This ' " ' ' -f his M-. n kin, and blood 1 ' ' : k r t iia n water. 'a sa y ii -aas uiur faMafs Iame , ' a-, t an tit,.!,.- named Andrew D'-nison. " ' ' ' ' :'! "Wav rt..ni inane and was 'r !;' ' '""'. 'h- r. did your fatn " 111 "hat sta!,"" a i ia. iMs.aa-r shriiKu..,! hjs lithe, mtis- sa. .; j. is -J ion t a k t:i"," tie r ''' 1 'nit mv fathar did ---ran f ''" "ine wfa ii a mere .ad--lmt - r.v,r i, .at; in tianbie ..atd now. - 11 tiar. dk ' i- ;"'t l.e vh"ie '' 'v . - out if i ,,111 rvuma K ' 1 ."''" s I; ! ';.. . ilj ). Ih vji. i :' '1 '- a fieipf.n;.. thou.'ht : ' " t,J 'airy ail y.air life that one ' ' ;r ow:1 Mao.i was saa,iii,f,j an in loan' ' ' ' ftrnp.ee to irxic," mtit- ' ' " ia" Ver .or v, u - i . ' ia ts in, iai! la nimr . i v ai,- wistii K tun.- I must : " .s a, airs-.i i, ir.i. t, u h-a-o "' mi-'-v an le-ia -t man w hen s' " 1 know ! haa. n.,; mu.-li ' : I h.iuaht mv la. i s.. f a !" wl1' n I ' ix footsora and wearv, s ti" oia-s-a -:s. I f ,iy ! k:u,;v ". "! :i fioni a thi. f-'- (a. :..!.--- ..v.-a ,.,), al, bat With Rood --- -a. Th troyba-d lawv-r siw only i .a-.ba.Iy--t,i l-b-t-'t" nirr. st. alth' ' "' - ' civ him th-- . is; iit.d horse to ' : ' ',''' hiils a;,., iar a way. He " thls id o in his mind , fisiin.r 5 i l : ,' !l r"!! "'' i- "i "y. Oive me on- '.''" "' " 'v a'.!-, s !, (k f,,r Ij;., an(1 ;r ' "ai I'll ,.!!! v. a cs to his h""l. '. ' ' 1 r voiv a nas been i-tken, but v' IMC ? - w-,-.tw?r-.. ?1 C 4. -11 ,4! I would rather eseaoo without blood shed. 1 wiii find a p'lice where holl"St nu n are not arcounted ro.u s, and will write you from that t.oint- remember, as: a namesake, if r.ot a reiative, 1 de mand your brotet tion." Kaidy the next inornin"; a deputy slieriff front Joiain iait in an appear ance. Hj was new to lite iiT.4, and iie fairly stvt llr.l with otheial importance, and puffed his cheeks until h" resembled a , hta ub in tla ir fattt'ss. "biiu her" to arrest that hoss FtealinK feller and Tnke tlte rr.ick roadster of Leonard & Co. back to ni. Iord, what r.erve the thief had to untie that hoss in its stall and l ide off w ith him'.' In broad davlieht too. and folks that seen him, thoiatht lie were takin' him out for airin'. bieie's my orders and eied"lltiais to get Die animiie and have the feller taken back to .loj'lin for a trial if he lives to get there," and he winked at the crowd that was gathering and in creasing every minute. "Can you describe the man?" asked I.awy r Ivmison stepping to Cue front. "N-o-o," said the deputy, "but I kttow the h ass. tend the teller thai rode if is the thief he can't explain that away." "Wait a liionii m my friend. You are not jude and jury in this case, and I have- heard the prisoner's story, that he bought the horse trotn a man who was a stians'T to him. He must be given time to prove that. Meanwhile can you identify the horse?" "Yes, yi s. f. ta h out the horse la's the .'Vi'i-iiip in this case," ealied out an ailthoi italive v ice from the crowd. "K-ad a description of the animal first." commanded Lawyer Denison in cool ct'rt tones. "Cert, s. Hire it goes. A red bay, black mane and tail, white star in his forth' ait hiKh stepper gets over the ground like a bird." "That's turn an' he's a beaut," brawl ed a loafer who had not seen the horse or its rid'-r. The heart of Andrew Ien! son sank within him. To gain time he beta ti to badger the deputy. You are positive that your descrip tion of the stolen horse is correct?" "Sure. (lot it from the owner, the man that raised him from a colt." "You are willing to swear that the horse which is here, is the same ani ma 3 ?" "Sure. Thai's what I'm here for we've had pointers. Why the star on his foich-ad will be evidence enough won't it?" "firing out the horse," ordered the lawyer turning to the keeper of the jail. "We will see if the identification is complete. Ke.p back" to the threat ening; crowd, "the prisoner has not yet been proven guilty." A mum in- i 1' admiration burst on the ail- as llie proudly stepping horse was led toftii. also a how! of derision t:nd chagrin. The iln-ay proportioned roadster was. a dingy iirow n inso. ad of a bright bay. J -e had ran n white hair in his tout and the star in nif? foi eii, aii was not t ver so faint ly visihb. His Tiaane end tad were of the Min!, j ai" brown, and he gave no evidence 'f having- b"i ri carefully groomed during the .season. Hi.s shape was good and th va uas. speed in his apparent action thaise wera his best points. "Well, in he d d," said the deputy, "what kind of fool s errand am I on any way? I ii, v-r saw that horse in Joplin or any w h re iise. You can Rive the sttanger hi?-, nag for all me. J'm takin' the- next train heme myself." Th" prisoner was free. TTe odd net delav ior '.hanks or pariev Lot mounting the waiiirg base wis off bae the wind. A i-hat was lu-cl afp-r bin ior luck. Andrew l'er.i.-rn s h, art throbbed high with dread a ad -. na oksg v ii'g his ne'eie-ak" bad i s i ineti la' a narrow niargin. A f, w le'fk." ia-. r ha- to-, ivol a b i'aa from a distant state. It read: I.ewver lietason Your dislike of lynch ing b , would have saved my life even i; no.- own d,- ie, s had fail- d. Only a sure t,, ! lila- that d'pioy would have s'-'ai 1'nar ! le -'se was declared -a little pc-vd, r had c'.iaia.'.al bay tn brown alal erased th.- ta 1-taa- ,-;it. T f ' ' 1 oerialn that you were naid i- .1,1. r , n, ueh to know the truth and hoitiai-e o nil to save me for a re- r, lion's .-al-r-. t'ard.,n the rns". I hav s..id ilie la, i-s far a goodly sum which I wad, eladiv seed vai, but dare net. My lane- is ra! and n v r will be AndT: w 1" t :-a,a. Tile tawver toi" the le't,-r into shren. n-'-a i ;,s' lie m to the winds, "eir- tiiing tCls a:, ii ,t 1 have compounded a fib.ny." he sari re (On s- If. "ha' even so. het'er Hai ihati i 1 .' ibntb of npe rriu-dnal fit tie 1-iiri.i.- ,f Judge Ln,h. lint what K-'-cdb.- ea-sid-- tais, hof,d Itath! Chicago io eoribib raid. Fourth of July Rates, Santa Fe. "b;e fpre plus r.ae for the round trip. Tick' ts on sal" July 3 and 4, good returning- July 7th. THi; C. 0. I). MAN. He Tells How He Caused a Strike and Then Called It Off. "In my wanderings over the land as a dilapidated gentleman I have, of course, met tin with all phases of hu man nature," said the C. O. L. man. as tie pea keteri his quarter rind settle, i down lur a taik. ."1 have found nine tt .nths of the- people .sellish to a de giee. and rarely have I found any thing like sympathy. Th" fact seem to be that everybody, from the tranvj tip. is on it'e make. "I was thinking; the other day of a little incident that occurred to me in Pennsylvania two or three years ag-o. As 1 l, tared the gate ot a tarn) yard, ttte well caved i;i on the farmer who was digging" it. 'file beams and board went ov r him in such a way as to prevent bis being- smothered, but at the same time held him fast. There was no one around but his wife, who had just got off a sick bed, and the nearest house was t ,vo miles away I didn't lose any time going; after help. I g.vt a shovel and began digging, and it took rive hours of the hardest kind of work to release the imprisoned man. The lii st thing he did w as to fall upon m ii- ck and offer no- half his possessions. His gi-atiaul expressions continued for half an hour, .and then we sat down to a very plain supoer and lie began tt cool off. I'.v the time we were through be- said to me: "'You dug me tint, of course, but 1 was in no great danger and could have w;ii ted until tomorrow. I want, you to know that J ajipret i-itp your work, but 1 do think au ought to pay me at least ten cents extra lor this supper." "I had the money and f paid and li.it. He offered to let me sleep in tin? cowsb-d and furnish breakfast at a. reasonable figure, but I thought it best to iojr on. "At another time, in Ohio, a farmer's team inn away and threw him out and he htoke his leg. I caught the horses, got him into the wagon and drove him home. Then I went, for the doctor, drove to the village druggist, and sat, up witli the patient all night. He was profuse in his thanks, t-llititr me that I should have a home with him for a year, but when I had fed tiie stock ana milked the cows next morning and was ready to tackle the woodpile he called me in and said: .-'.A ? J l 4 -fl.'' . at , t V '. ..U' ' ft...,. A Tlif-: WEl.b CAVED IX ON TUB F.UIX".KR WHO WAS DIGGING IT. " T httve been thinking tilings over, and I guess you'd bet t r move on. Provisions are very hiuh ibis fall, and my wife says you ha e a monstrous appetite. Here's fifteen eeiits. and 1 hope ,,u will get into some business and quit tramping." ".. v.. r. ! , .. tuuah on me." smile,-! the c. i. I man. "but no more tlunv I mil; hi l a ve ex pet ted. I w alked oT wi'hout taking" his money, and he did not. cad! rr.e back. "It was in Indiana that I applied to a factory one day for work, having low enough of the hitrhway for awhile. The owner of the works was a fat, pompous ; man, w ho lmag-med himself greater than the president, and thuug-h 1 spoke p. n P7 fi r"i -AND 5" MISCELLANEOUS , ff PULL AX A. E D. T. Call Box or call either telephone No. 51 and have your Want Ads brought to the State Journal of fice by free mes senger service. Cost of classified ads five cents per line of six words to the line and every fraction thereof. WANTED - - SWLEJIEI MAN wiih ri'tVroiices for coiniiit rcuil trav el, i' to call f-n m- rcii;ir;ts and agepts; t xp.-ri' -ii(t vol roniii-d ; saiary $-4 1- - r v(:a k. witli e x prnss advanced. Nutioiuil, Dvarl.uru t., Chi ago. VA N'TKI) R. n. men for Illinois; pass. Ml K;:iias ave. Capital Kfupiuyniunt office. WANT LI) A farm hand. iermanent em ployinent : inarri' d man preferred: would j furnish lousi . fuel and garden space and: pay good wag-a; a rare enanee tor a man who io-t ali by i he flood. Noble & Co., 5al Jackson St.. Tepeka. WAXTKD A farm hand. H. V. McAfee, 2 Uiile:- out V. tit h St. WAN. ED - MAX,i- KELP WAX'i'KI" Coks. waitress:, house girls, chaii,re-r;i;aids, voni'jn, month, board a i:d rnoni ; tarjn hands, It. 1-t. men, ail Kansas h vc "npilul Kn.pio nit nt office. to him civil enough he gave me a biasing- lor daring- to speak at all and or dered me off the premises. I couldn't so fast enough to please him, or didn't, ar.d as he happened to be a justice o" the ..-..; e as well as a capitalist he had me arrested as a vagrant and sent mo to jail for twenty days. The jailer was a detent man, and 1 g'jt alonj; ali right, but 1 felt it my duty to get even with Old Pomposity. He had o4U men In his shop, and they were working only nhi hours and had goo-d pay. There waa nothing whatever for one to kick about, but as soon as 1 got my liberty I start ed a little scheme. I got hold of a crowd of about twenty in a saloon after working hours and broached the sub ject of eight hours a day and ten per cent, more wages. They all smiled at first, but it wasn't long before some of them were growling. Next day at noon 1 made a little speech at the gate, and 1 followed that by another little speech at night. "I made out that Old Pomposity was draining the ife blood of his workmen to enrich himself, and that they had no right to call themselves freemen while toiling like slaves. There are cer tain stock arguments, the same as there are certain stock soups, and the man who uses th-m will always find listen ers and beHevers. I created a feeling of discontent within twenty-four hours, and within forty-eight hours there was a strike on that took every man out of the works. It was a surprise arid a h-ivd blow to tin- owner. He had me ar rested for lncititijf trouble, but a lawyer wh" was down on him took my case for nothing- and carried me through. Then he fell back upon vagrancy, but 1 had ten dollars in cash and had applied for work, and it wouldn't hold again. He had a constable threaten me in order to drive me away, but I didn't scare. "The old chap didn't give in until he saw there was no other way for him. Then he sent for me and offered me fifty dollars to get the men back into the shop. They had been out a week when lie made the offer, and were be ginning to realize that they had been too hasty. I divided the money between two saloons and a local charity and called another meeting. There are stock arguments to bring on a strike, and others to call it off. I didn't take any thing back about slavery the rich growing richer the pool- poorer cap ital grinding labor into the dust, etc.. but I praised the workmen for having shown the world that they could not be treated like black men in the cotton fields and advised them to return to their tools. Next morning the works were running full-handed again, and I started out to meet with further adven tures. I believe I could have kept these men out for a month, but having got even with Old Pomposity 1 had nothing further tn gain. He was at the factory sate as I passed it, and such was the change in him that he even waved me a farewell." (Copyright, 1303, by C. B. Lewis.) IH:LT(U0USrTII0UGIIT. Gems Gleaned from the Teachings of All Denominations. ! -Vecdeet to exercise authority is often found in the parental sphere. No effort is made to restrain the child. Rev. T. II. Acheson. Presbyterian. Denver. CHRISTIANITY. There is no positive rule by which we. can judge to what extremes Christian itv should be tested. There Is not a person in the world but. knows his own strength and can fight for his moral and spiritual welfare. Rev. Dr. Eddy. Universalis!, Norwood. Mass. A NATION'S INDESTRUCTIBLE ASSISTS. Spiritual ideals and practical virtue are a nation's indestructible assets. They make a nation, as an individual soul, immortal. Let us ask ourselves, if this love of righteousness, this love of beauty, this passion for freedom, is the dominant force of our life. Rev. David Beaton, Congregationalism Chi- U"THE DUTY OF THE HOUR. What is the duty of the hour? It is our duty not to speak any idle words, to retrain from unwise counsel and inconsiderate speech, knowing that ir the day of judgment, which in a verv real sense is this present hour, we shall give an account of our stewards1' Rev. p. L. Phalen, Unitarian, Wor cester. Mass. MALM IN GOD'S IMAGE. Nothing vindicates the statement that the soiil is mad" in the image of God like its capacity to receive, to under stand and instantly transmute into if Ilie gieat truths of the fatherhood of i God and the brotherhood of man an I ; the laws of right and truth, of justice. land purity and prayer. Rev. Dr. Hil- lis, Cone.re"-ationa!ist. Ibooklvn. ' P.LLIL'F IN PROVIDENCE. j We have some difficulty in accepting- 1he belief in a certain Pro vid"nce. We i have no ditik-ully in believing that God can work over a nation or a continent, . but we ;u e not easily to believe that ;C,,,d i an come down to us and work i individually. That ' would be an ini i mense work, but that he does. He ha..- i come down to the hearts of evorv be ; bever in God. Bishop S. C. Breyfogel, I T.-.vnng, heal. Reading, pa. I I'T A lilICi-: ON SOULS, i Those who ward their birthright to j the kingdom of heaven and yet are not j willing to become Christians have put a i price on their souls. Rev. Dr. Strouse, I Evangelist, Salem, Vt h - i J1 I WAN TED FE MALE HELP. WANTED At once, 5 good hustling can vassers: good pay. Cail between 1 and 6 p. m. W. F. Bt'liniau, Quincy st. WANTED A girl for general housework at SM w. 6th st. WANTED Experienced cook: references required. Call at 627 Lincoln st. WANTED Good girl for general house work. 101 5 liarriaon st. WANTED GUI to do sewing at ROEDIGER'S Dye and Cleaning Works, Sli Kansas Ave. WANTED Experienced white girl for general housework; no washing; perma nent place: within six blocks of postoffic; wages fci.50 per week. Answer where we may write you. Address, First Girl, cite Journal. WANTED Kitchen help at Ladies' Ex change dining room, 119 W. 6th st. WANTED SITUATIONS. WANTED Situation as collector, experi enced. Address II., care Journal. WANTED Nursing by lady of experience, obstetrics a specialty. Additss E. A. P. 315 Polk st. W A XTE D A position as clerk in dry goods store by young man. German, wild experience. Address Fred Eiiiim rt, care Journal. WANTED Work by steady man. Address J. C, care Journal. WHEN you want to hire a man or boy. call up Y. M. C A., telephone all. We have a lis' of men and confidential ref erences concinir: them. Y. M. C. A Employment Bureau, 117 E. Eighth St. WANTED -SALESMEN. WANTEl fiilfsn'fn for Tall line cf fruit and ornamental trees: pay weekly, outfit free: steady work. Lav.'rence Nur sery Cc.. Lawrence. Kan. FOR EENI -KOO-5I3. FOR RENT oih st. Furnished rooms. 412 FOR RENT Large front room at 400 Van liuren st. FDR RENT Unfurnished board. V. K., Journal. room with FOR RENT One furnished room, for light housekeeping. 3 E. loth st. ROOMS for 1 ridging 1 Kansas ave. :c-vei ; thi'iet new, beds, springs, mattresses ana pillows: .He and HOc a night; electric iint in each room. FOR RENT Fi.'-nished rooms; ?il rtod err conveniences, bath, etc.; southwest. 5th and Madison. FOR RnNT-lJuee furnished vf.t room with alceve to gentleman. .lt .V tn. MISCELLANEOUS. LAWN mowers sharpened. 75c. free de livery. Union Machine works. 315 Kan a-.'. SAY ! Why don't you go to Reward's new furni ture store. They don't ask installment prices: one price to all; one dallar looks hie, to them; they never had much money. The new red front, Kansas ave., To peka. FELLOW Traveller, to the par of God. whu drinks! Do you wish to get on with the sober world? If so. call or write I)e Voe Liquor Cure Co., 5o4 Kansas ave. and HK E. aixxth st.. Topena. Kan. LAWN mov-erte sharpened, 75c. Golden Kule, 503 Kansas ave. Free delivery. FOR SALE- MISCELLANEOUS. KiR SAIK Furniture at Monroe &t., upptair.-?. P'OR SALE A good Universal st-el rantre with reservoir: also a jiood o livt-ry wag on. Geo. W. Keed, Kansas ave. FOR SALE Soda fountain with iixtures, in grood order; cash or paymtnts. Foun tain, care Journal. FOR SALE 3 year old mare 224 Taylor :-.C FOR SALE Cheap, a pood surrey in good condition. u"l AYtst st. FOR SA LE Paying- busin-"?f. cheap for cash. Ml Kansas ave. Capital Kniploy mem office. FOR SA LE At once, hoiK?t hold g-oods; want to leave city. 512 Quincy si. FOR SALE Team mares, weiph 1.2 lbs.; black horse, weight, l,o'. Quincy st. FOR SAI-E 2 n ice driving- hnrsp?, gentle. t and 7 years old: also double harness and phaeton. 313 Quincy st. FOR SALE Bakery, good location, good business, vt ry reasons hie ; reason i"nr selling, going west. Address J. W. T., care Journal. FOR SALE Fresh cow, cheap, giving o! gallons milk. 14' 4 Van Iluren st. FOR SALE 4 good milk cows. George D. I'utts. f21 E. Cth st. FOR SALE Team, wngon and harness and farming implements. S. B. Rru baker, Oakland. Kan. FOR SALE Upright piano at a bargain. Inquire at K. P. hall. LOST AND FOUND. LOST A steel boat with air-tight cham bers at ends, in North Top-Ua during th. flood. Finder please lea v? in forma lion with IT. G. Parsons, at State Journal of fice. LOST A ring, green setting, kepsnke, of little Volue fxcept to owner. Liberal re ward and no questions asked. Please re turn to Station Ii, Wa shburu college. LOST Pocket book containing R. R. passes Findfr return to F. 1. Vandegrii'f. care city editor State Journal, and recuve re ward. LOST A small pocket kodak on the ro;i 1 to Burnt tt's mound. Reward for return to C. M. Smyth at Capital office. WE pay ?1.0O per barrel for the delivery at our factory of the vim-gar. pkkhs. ftc. carried away by the iiood; dec per barrel if you notify us of their location and we haul them. Topeka Vinegar and Preserving Works, North Topeka. LEGAL. (First published in the Topeka State Jour nal June 23. 1LK.O.J NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed prop osals will be, n vod by the undt rsiput'i at Manhattan, Kan., until i2 o'clock 'lOfm July S. f ir all the labor and material reqsiire in the reeCon of an auditorium located on the ytouno.s of the Kansas State A ttriculturai cull ge, in a c eordance with plans, details and specifi cations fuirdsieci by Mohand & Squi:"s, architects. Topeka, Kar. , aed now on tiie nt Their office pnd at the office of the un dersigned. Parties bidding upon the work will be re quired to f u rnish a ert i?Vjd che ek wit h th'-ir bid in the sum of two i2) pT etnt of the amount of bid and pa abli- to J. S. MeTViw ll, prsid lit of the board of re gents, to be held as a guara nt.n that the successful bidder will t nter into ri-niiact and furnish satisfactory bend wit bin u-n days aft-r award of c.anraet. Rifid'r.s iiil be rniuroi to make out th ir hi;s 0,5 a uniform blank furnished with tht- specih cations, samf to it enclosvd ,r ai; envO'ipe and niark'-d "Hids for Auditorium.' Sealed projo:sals will a is- be received for the erection of a enamery building ae crdins to p-lans and sfterificat ions pre pared by Prof. J. . M'akers. Pian and speiii cations ma y be s -n :u 1 lit- abo-e iiientioneci offices. C" rulitions go-erni.ng bids are the same as thos for the audito rium. Mark en vrlo;irs "'1'ids for Cr'.'aiu cry." The board of rr-eents reserve the right to reject any or all bids. K. R. NICHOLS, President. Manhattan, Kan. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. TOPEKA TRUNK FACTORY. TOPEKA TRUNK MANL'WCTORV manufacturers and jobbers of trunks, traveling bat?s, telescope cases, leather goods, etc. 510 Kansas ave. George V. Ho?it4d, proprietor. Tel. 433. UNDERTAKERS & EMBALMER3. lJE.MOSri & PKXWELL Funeral Direc tors and iimbainiers. First class st.rvice reasonable prices, oil Quincy. iictti tels. jZ. GEO. B. PALMER, tmdi rtaker. Kstub lielicd iSl. Prices reasonable. Tel. oftice MB. -UedHience ST. b2l Jackson st. PATENTS. J. A. JttOSKN, Parent .Attorney, 413 Kansas a v e., 'i'oijeita PAVING. THE OFFICE of th Capital City Vitri fie' Brick and I'aviny Co., has been je racved to li'i W. bth at. RUG FACTORY. V'ANTKix-ycu to let us rrake yov old carpus ir to rugs. Cail pnunts 421 o address Mc "orrnitk & iVake, i2i Jaeksui JI.Wl4iCxi AND OPTICIAN. K W. Y KAlUXGiXN, jeweler ann. gtati' natf optician. We guarantee every pair of fc.'-igsts to fit and evt-ry watch we r pan. We carry the lurgt-bL line uf uait-hts. clocks, diamonds, cut glass, etc.. in t iie city- VVaaeh inspector Li. P. H. It-I'-'l Kansas ave. CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. M. V. ai ELL. Carpenter and Builder. Shop West Ki,;t.ta st. 'Phone IO- Job work promptly doae. Topeka. kan. SPORTING GOODS. J. C. ELLJGTT, ,'2S Kansas ave.. general SDOl'ili! lajOllS Culls, ti nam : n i I inn I,,,.-, nan surplus, lisiune. tackle. refrie-Pi-atur utisaeit-:, topvett s Uuu food and nieuicines: STOXiAGE MERCHANTS' TRANSFER & STOKAUiS Co. packs, ships and atoies houseaulu fioods. '1 W. Iij. Clarence fekinner, IZS E. MONEY TO LOAN or. live stock, pianos, oi'feuns, ty pewnttis, houscnald goods a:al pernal st-culity. L. liiscoe. ui tvati. Ave. HARDWARE. THE COl'GHLIN HARDWARE CO. Hardware, litotes, fine tools, iuti Kansas ave. Tel. 0OS. ARCHITECT. ARCHITECT. T. H. LESCHEIi. y.U MONROE ST. HAIR DRESSING. SWITCHfiS, pompadours, all kinds of hair work. Mrs. Van Vleck. 22 E. 5th. HIGH-BRED STALLION. J ACK DAW, the most succesafvi sire in the Missouri valley, and Tie Shamrock, the handsomest and best br;d staiiion iii Kansas, are at 326 Jackson st. It: I. ie. DRESSMAKING. MRS. L. V. WJK EL. fashionable dress making, 214 E. oth, Crawford block. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. GEO. M. NOBLE & CO., Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. We have for sale farms, ranches ana pasture lands in all parts of Kaosii We have a very large list of the most desirable Topeka properties; resUenct business houses, suburban tracts and vacant lots. We have city properties to trade for grass lands. We write fire Insurance in the strongest companies represented In the state. We wish to add to our list properties which owners may desire to cell In Shaw nee county or anywhere In Kansas, and wc can find buyers at fair price. We have some special farm bargains In Shawnee. Douglas, Osage and Wabaun see counties. Real Estate, Loans and Insurance. GEO. M. NOBLE & CO. Both 'phones 444. Z. T. FISHER. Real Esiafe, Loans and Insurance. 5 rooms. 1'v lots, Quincy st., Jl.o-j'v 8 room bouse, 2 lots. MoiiMie tst., $l,T'"io. H room housv, 1U lots. Madison st.. $!.:'. 6 rom h"ns; 1 lot. Jt Tf rsfii st., tl.4t.M. 5 room house. 2 lots, Adams st.. ?l. f room lmus 1 lot. JtnVrson st., s morn hous?, lots, Taylor st.. ?!,:;.V room house, li t.-;, W st st.. $bT'. For bargains see Fisher, 4IS Kansas ave. FOR SALE By M. Heery, SCF. Monroe st-, hcusts and lota on easy payments. eKVKRAL, co'i'l chi ap and moderate priced houses and many vacant lots in all parts of town for sale on easy term?. RALPH 13. VALENTINE, Real Ksuite Ruildins. Ff.'H SAI.K -3 fine luts 2 lil lcks from Pet win si-Pool: miast sell at once. Call or add! ess G.. (113 lancoln .st. FOR SALE a room house. 1 lot. on Chand ler St.. price $l,u5. Call at 3-u Lawri-nc.1. l-'f'R SALE SNAP HA R'lATN. R riK'm h-use and lat 1311 polk St.; p'-fco !.': Pi'Vf i-'1 p'-r cent income. Smitii Agency. 5''!i Kansas nv... THOS. G. SHIL LINGL A W Real Estate and Rental Agent, 106 1j West 5th Street, TopiCKA, Kansas. r.20 acrrs f ua-y cr- k bottom Riley Co., higlily i:npri'ed: ca.h ir txebange, $ir.5lk,t. iM'r- s ? mil'-s fr-;in capitul building, wt il ; ir rrovi d. a ' i '.-h mi 's no'-th- ast of cit y. CO ner.-s in cultivation, 1" acr.s timber, 4 room ce-ttav : : h:u:--: V: a--r. s f milt.-- Rfijthwf st of city, im proved . 01 cha rd . t to. . $1 ;i ares on i.iurlin-ton road, well 1m provtd: sab or xehaua--. $1 TKCS. G. Slllf.i.lNT.UW. V-2 '.-sl ii;h St. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED To rent a nif ty fumihd ro'ipi, f ear line, vtry I ,e;,sonal;e. Ad dress Z., Journal. STORE vour stove w?tn Miller for aeascn, $2, 'Phone 1'as. 423 Kansas ave. EXPRESS BELTVEST. FOR UAOGAGE and movtug call up 'phone i8. Alhertcn Bros. Office 1-3 East 6ih st. COAL DEALERS. SOUTHWESTERN FUEL CO.. TELEPHONE lai. N. E. COR. ST H AN U KAN. AVS. All Kinds of Cuai. Lest Quality. Full Welsr.t- i'rompt IaiivfrT. BICYCLES AND REP AIRIN 3. To FEE A ALTO MOBILE AND CYCL3 Co. Tel. iefi. .Bicjcies and tundras; o, ccles and tanuecis for real; xtpAiXiCH ot ail kinus. L- S. CYCLE CO., 118 E. 8th St. National & Iver-Johnaoii bicycles. Supple, rtpiif. fLOaiSTS. 1IKS. M. E. HGLCRAKT, 517 Katiui e v-. Cui. flowers and floral usin. Ji-Dja 1,4. CLT FLOWERS and fic.al deaiT-. et HayeB', hit W. sta at. Lota 'iiSui.il iil. WALL PAPER. O. McGEE, wail paper, pair.tij and bruaa-s. House painting ai,a pptrr iiai.mg. cU and get puceB oelore buu. ae a . biu Jacksun iL iieil teltp.io'-c 4!; peiiuenl tttepiiune lat. STAMPS, SEALS AND SXENOIL3 THE J. C. DARLING CO.. T K-an. Ave Rubber stamps, biab and .uuiiiiu,n tjau. cl.ecfccs. Riicca low. cutaiot;u lice. Tel. JEWELERS. JAMES Ii. HAYLEN. Jeweler and OpC- cuiiipmLe ftit. ci waicnea, nionus, gilvcriAare, etc. Kjti eiumiritd arid fcpectacic properly iittcO. DKUGGIST3. 't Ol'iiKA LRUU CO., Kansas ave. TL no. Riescripucns pronjjiti ana accurat y liiP.d. Ail ULa airta. oi r.k3 at roui.taia. 3iVSIOSAS3 A2i? S ii. irl j.V r. 1LA C. RAItNES. M. P. Office T2i Kansas ave. Residence Thir teenth and Clay, uutce hours; a a. ru. t ii h. in. and i p. m. to 5 p. m. 2eti-os 5t' nsidence, anu ib oitlct. HASSAGE. KOMiAD JilOIiCK, AlAJSCUR. y)7 Kaisaa ave. ; giatiuatc m xi;ei.cu iu sae and g itinatics. aiockuo.m, avreaeiu FixxlJZ DISPN6AxiT. TOI'KKA Ki;S XVISPKNSART, soutfj- euat turner uui uua Tier sls., from X to 2 p. ju., txccpi tiuiidaVii. Coijai.ii;it;1a iv j rey ular pi aciicii. pa ai-jiiii iar Peiieiit oi pt-TisonB ft itnuut ineai m i& netd liietiical aiitx.tion ai;a u tiaLiient. Pa tientij are at is ared ol cartui &iid cociii eraic treat in- nc Mediuue iumineU ua must casi;ii. MUSICAL. WOHRAIt. Tli Foik, piano lessons, pupu borne, fc2V2"- Church iorige piayir.g ire. CARPET CLEANING. WANTED Ycu to h .ve cleaned McCormick & your car;; FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. B01 Jackson st.. Topeka, Kan. FOI CO! R SALE-Cb np, 7 rnm braise-. mdition, i lots, ?.u Tyler st. Aidr , t,. i. .looney 1 opeka. a v?. r$ RAILROAD TIME TABLIr ISTT TIME TABLE. lhe - Right Road" to and from ana "nt.,,, CHICAGO OMAHA . t-ul1A 1-ORT WORTH sr. josEni st. pall KANSAS CITY UINXEAPOUJ And Everywhere Beyond. (Effective April sta, liu3. TRAINS LEAVE TOPEKA A3 FC1, J-OVV8: EASIBULND. No. 12, Chicago -Mail and i-xpresa.. S ora No. 14, Last tlx. ai.d ilail 5:un am Nu. 4, Ei 1'iiu and ciucago Lx tt.ii, pm No. la. Ccioiacio and K. Oyer.. 7; am No. iiii. Cluck, and K. C. Ex 2Jki bin V LSIBOL'XU No. 11, Chicago and le-xas Ex l:13pra No. u, Colorado fi., tr :W pat No. J3, Tei.as Ex , .JLia.ti No. 3. Cuii.orma anu Mexico Ex.. Iai am No. Ua, K. C. an? clnckasna Ex.... v.&jt.m N o ;t 'i ii io i . ;s L. No. -6. St. Joe Ex $-pi Av No. .1, St. Joe and Chicti Ex a pm SOUTHiiOL Nl. No. 33, Cmenso Ex -te pra No. S. V. Ex i,m Ail trains dauy except Nos. la and daiiy except tiui:day. l-'or tl,', pii-.j; car reservations, tickets, tune taiil' s. etc , apply io any iiocit ia,and Ticact Ai;cnl. E. W. THOMPSON. Assistant rpmeral Passenger Anent. Eincs AVcst oi M.Si-oari River KANSAS ClTj". idO. Unloa Pacifij. WESTBOUND. Arrive. L-3ve Pen. & Trio. Coast No. 5.32.4c pro 12: pm Liiait,-'d No. 1 ..jpm is.?")pn June. City pa.-s. No. 3 :! pm :J pm Saiira Ex. N". 7 ie;j6am ksi KAST1SOV.ND. Atlantic Ex. No. 4 3:'-pm lpn Lin-lted No. 2 5:4eH:n B.4,iam K. ( '. 1'ass. No. 6 S:"6am S.&am K. C. Fx. No. S Seta prr. 5.41 pm Nos. 7 and H daily, except Sunday. Missouri Pacific. Arrive. Eeave. Tcpeka-Ft. Sett Accom- niooaiiou No. 2s5 5:00 pm T:00 CIS J