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TIIK KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL TUESDAY, JANUARY 1, ISO,).
TERROR TALES OF THE SEA.
ULOODV Itr.KltS ON Till! DUCKS 1)1'
A Ml? It I CAN IIILlLLItS.
lhpfp t No I'lrllmi In Tlit Mutinies nn
Nautili kot iitul New Itcilfiiril Uwli
l'lllmniitli Ship Atlnckcil
I'eth.ips the most horrllila thins; that cnti
happen al tea. In it nmtlny. One of the
worst evpr perpetrntrd ttwii the deck of
ti whnloshlp was tlutt nil bo.iltl the Ulttlt"
of Nantucket In Jnnunti 121. Verv few
persons lire stilt llvlmr In 111" quaint old
whnlliu; port of Nantucket who re-mom.
her the details of thai unfortiinatr crime,
but ns 1 elated by one of thi nctors In that
ilrrniirul tragedy to his con, the story nun
The ship Olobo, of N-iiituckPl. siIIpiI
fiiim that port llio ilay after Clirlttn.i, In
1522, with Captain Thomas U'olth In mm
mind, and when she niMln entered that
port, In November. IV! I, her docks were
stained with the life blood of her captain
ami her tin cc ntntpx.
on the nlKht of January 13. 121. four of
the crew, lip.uled bv Hsiimiol It. Comstock,
a boat steercr, mutinied, .mil, Vtllllrn their
superior ollhors, took the ship Into 'lie
Mulsrnvu Islands, Internum to ifosttoy her.
Arrived thfre, Ihey proceeded to stUp the
vessel, nml, while ilolnc so, ipinrreleil
among themselves, which culminated In the
death of Coiiistook. Soon after thK before
tho work of demolition hail progressed,
nix of the men, most of whom ha I liken
no part In tho mutiny, and simply re
mained quiet to avoid the fate that had
overtaken the captain and mate-, Invltor
been sent to guard the ship, cut the cable
and escaped from the Mands, mrlUiitf nt
Valparaiso, after a Ions and boisterous
piiRsacc. Here the vessel was taken In
charge by the American consul, and the
men conllned, pending their examination.
fter which they were restoied to tho
(.lobe, which wns put In charco of Cap
tain Klnir and scut to Nantucket.
Ten men had been left nt the Mulsraves.
tint repeated Injuries to thu imtlvis on the
part or Silas l"iyno, the second In command
of tho niutlneeii at the time of the out
break, and thu murderer of his associate
conspirator, Comitock, so Incensed them
that one after another of the clew were
liln, the Innocent perishing with the
ruUty, until, on the arrival of a Fnlted
States warship that had been sent to rescue
the survivors, but two remained alive
William I.ny, of New London, and Cyrus
Hussey, of Nantucket.
In an account of this sad affair, written
by IIticv Immediately after his rescue,
and now In the possesion of his descend
ants In Nantucket, he relates the following
Incident as show In,; the Kress brutality of
Comstock, the chief of the Mutineers, and
tho miserably slight pretext bv which they
Justified to themselves their diabolical plot
and Its carrying out:
Some time previous to the mutiny, Com
Ftorlc, w-lio was a lioat steercr, had desired
n. friendly wrestle with the third male.
Nnthanlel Fisher. Fisher, being the moie
nthlellc, handled him with so much ease
that Comstock, enraged at l'lsher's suiiei
lorlty, struck him, wheieiipnn the third
male Hid him on deck several times very
severely, Comstock nt the time made
threats of vengeance against risher, to
which the latter paid no attention.
After stabbing to death the captain and
flist mate, who were bolh asleep at the
time of the assault, the mutlneeis proceed
ed to attack the second and third males,
who were la the cabin. Comstock had load
ed two muskets, and on i caching Die cabin
door he Hied one of them In tho direction
In which ho Judged the olllcers were, shoot
ing risher In the mouth. Thev now opened
thri door, and Comstock. making a pass at
the second mnle, Humbert, missed him. nnd
fell Info the state loom. T.umberl collared
him, but he escaped from his hands, risher
had succeeded in seeming the gun, and
actuallv presented the bayonet to the mon
ster's head, but Comstock assuring hint
that his life should be spared If ho gave
it up, he did so, when Comstock immedi
ately ran Lumbert through the body sev
eral time". lie then turned to risher nnd
told him there wns no hope for him! "You
have got to die." he said, and he alluded
to the wrestling bout between them, and
the full force of Hie tluenls made nt tho
time rushed with fearful distinctness to the
mind of tho doomed man. Finding his ene
my deaf to his remonstrances and entreat
ies, he sald:"I there Is no hope I will at
least die like a man'" An 1 having, by or
der of Comstock, turned lurk to, said In u
firm voice: "I am ready!"
Comstock then put the muzzle of the gun
ti his head nnd fired, blowing nIT the en
tile top of his head and spatteilng hla
binlns on pnor Lumbert, who lav writhing
on the floor. sulTeilng flight fin agony
fiom the bayonet tin lists In his stomach
and nhdomen. The body of the captain
was builally mutilated and then tin own
orn hoard. Tho llr"! and second mates
wero still nllve, notwithstanding their ter
rible wounds, hut the cruel Comstock
throw them both ovei board along with tho
body of tho third mate.
Similar In diabolical atrocity, both in the
lnck of provocation and in the chiving
out of tho plot, wns tho terrible mutlii) on
tho slibj, Junior of New liedford, In ls.77.
The shffi sailed in Julv on a whaling vnjngo
ti the Indian and Pacific oceans, Christ
mas came, the day of hallowed associa
tions to the natives of clvllled countiles,
whether their pi ire of sojourning be on the
land or tho sea. The day passed tninuiill
lv on board the ship, Cnplaln Mellon solv
ing to each of the ciew In the evening a
smnll glass of spliits to commemoialo tho
leturii nt the Cluls Inn holiday.
To nil outward appearance, this klndlv
act or the captain, an act which has a
specially friendly dgnillonnce to the mar
iner, was nppi eclated and reciprocated In
sentiment by Hie crew. This being accom
plished, Captain Mellon retlieil to his
cabin, and soon he and his ofllcors were
calmly slumbering In their beilhs, Utile
dreaming that the hands that had but just
received the token or hospitality and good
foiling rroni them would, ere another sun
bad dawned, be reeking with their blooil.
Most or tho crew that were not needed In
working tho ship or In the crow's nest,
who had no suspicion of the cold-blooded
pehenies of their comrades, also "tinned
In" to their bunks to dienm of home and
loved ones far nwa,.
About 1 o'clock on the morning of the
CTtli of December, the ringleader In the
inntlnv, Cyrus I'liinuner. with four of his
associates, nil armed with guns cocked and
extra loaded, entered the cabin, having
lirst stationed the otheis outride to fire
vent aid reaching the olllceis In case thev
gave the alarm. With the muzzles of their
guns n linnet touching the bodies of their
Mctltns, the conspirators, at the word
from Phimmor. Ilred. Three billets pierced
the body of tho captain, who wns almost
Inst.inlly killed. The llrst mate, shot by
six balls, survived. The thlid male was
killed with a whnllnghpade as he lose.
Alarmed by tho dli-eharse of tho Hrearms,
the lomalndor of tho crew rushed to 'he
deck, when ihey wero confronted by the
whale foreo of the mutineers, thorn who
hud killed the oillrors huiiyliig up to aid
thoso left on gunid. In th" confusion the
first and second mates hid themselves fiom
their would-be muidorers. The loyal men
of tho crow, finding themselves completely
In thu power of the ruoplng ones, had no
recourse but tn submit. Alter the tlisl but si
of passion was over, the second ninte inndo
his appearance and his life was spatod.
Tlin chief muto had secieted himself In the
hold, where, In spite or the tortuio ftom
Ills wounds, he remained for five dnys un
discovered, 'and when at last ho wiih round
the mutineers paied his life, as they to.
unlit d his services to navigate tho vessel.
When within about twenty miles of tho
roust of Australli, i'lumnier and hla ac.
complices, taking two wh.ileboats, mid
lining the ship of everything Ihey could
find of value. left the vessel .ii,, landed
upon those shores, wheio eight of itheni
were subsequently cnpluicil. The llit nutu
survived his terilhle wounds and safely
navigated the ship luck m New liedford,
Ono of the most lorrlhle dlsasleis that
ever happened to an Atneilcan whaling
Fhlp and It is an Instance, of another
dangerous element In tho whaleman's life
.-oocurii'd to tho crow of tho ship Awu
shonKs, of I'almouth, Mass., Prllico Cof.
On tho Cth of October, many yeais ago,
tho ship touched at Nawituk Island, cum
of tho Nurshait gioup, hi tho Paclllo
ocean, to lecrult. 1'ho natives came on
bo.ud tho ship, as was usually their cus
tom, lint In no extraordinary nujnbors,
and they manlfestid only the oidlnniy
curiosity common tu all thoxn Islands In
those days. At noon tlm captain, mite
unit bemud mate went demit In dinner,
le.uliiR the third mate, Silas Jones, in
chargu of lh deck. Having llnlfched, they
returned, and tho thlid mate went below,
coining back in about llfteeu minutes
The ship's company at this tlmo wns scat
tered about the tmel: three of tlieiu
veru aloft on tho lookout fur whales, ana
ono watch was below. Just after tha ic
tiirn of Ihu third muto to the deck the at
Tho natives, who had, unnoticed, grouped
themselves, suddenly miulo a rush for tho
wluiln spades, which weiu In their nccue
tcmed places In tho spado rack lu tho
sparo boat, Capinli. Cuilln waa thu flist
ono to fall, being beheaded with a broad
edged spade, and almost simultaneously
tho man at thu wheel was killed. Tho lit ul
muto was butchoicd ua ho leuped down
tho fore, hatch, vhllu tho tecum! male,
Alio had run out on the Jib-boom, wat
rtruck with toiuo missile uud. falling Into
the water, was cliiblieil tu death by the
savages. In the meantime tha third muto
had seized u fepude, and after u btiuglu
eeoutcd It. This he threw ut u native,
but, the tjuvuge dod.-lng, it iuMouad ilrinly
Into the woodwork. tleforo the third
mate could loosen It two iinlUes had boll
nt the polo behind hltn, rouble In secure
It mid the llieiiunllty of the coiillht be
coming each moment gteulcr, the thlid
mate miido it run for his life. At this time
he wns tho only while man on deck nbnft
the try works, nhd no clowl) wns he beset
that fin was unable tu coupe until he
tciiehrd tho main hatchway, down which
he Jumped. The deck win now In pno.
plnn of tho satages, who proceeded In
fasten down the hatches tiiul close the rnm.
pnhliiiiwuy so as to Itnpilson the crew. The
leader than took tho wheel nhd bended tho
ship for the shore.
The turn who were nloft nnd were llio
hnrrllled spectators nf the liutchcf, feel
In Unit thrlr Mily enfety lav In thwart'
Ing Ihe plans nr lite saMiges. went ns far
down the ringing us they ilnrrd nnd cut
the braces, The .ird now swinging free
ly, the ship lost her slrerngeway ,and
slowly iltlftpil tnwntd open waler.
During this time llu third lu.ite nnd the
lemnlnliiK surlors of the ship's com
pnlij were by no meiiis bile. Knowing
that In Ihe i.iblti were the ship's muskets,
and realizing that It wn iu.esary to e
cure theln before lhe fell tniu the hands
of IJ-e natives, they wotked their wny lift
nnd managed to gel possession of them
unseen by their foes. Tinm this castle
they tiled Upon the siungcs wheteer a
mark was offered, now nt the fa. es ns they
peeled throimh the sk light, now through
the cnbln windows at the nssem
bllng ennops. Dm Htm a new Idea oc
clitred In Ihe prlsoueis.
Hy order of the ihtrd male n quantity nf
powder was placed on the upper steps of
the companion way, and the train laid lo
the (iibln. Directing his men to be reitdv
to riili on deck the Instant the cxplolnti
had taken place, regar.llesn of hint If lie win
liijuied b II, he Ilred Ihe train. The ernli
of Hie timbers and the screams ami jelh
of the wounded nnd lenllled savages told
of the ucces of the plot. Hushing on
dis k, the crew "peoilllj drove overboard
those natives who had not already found
refuge there and the terrible eonlllcl wns
over, after lat!ng an hour. The captain,
mate and second mate were killed, nnd four
men had received feat fill gashes, from the
murderous spades: one nuiti died a f-w
days nfterw.ud, the rest recovered. The
third ninte, Mr. Jones, took chargo of the
ship find brought her home.
One of the most horrible tales of suffer
ing In the initials of whale llshery Is that
of the llngllsh whnleshlp Mann, which left
the Hhetlauds In UW rnr an Arctic voyage,
with a ciew of fifty olllcers and men. The
time for her return came and passed, and
nothing was heard of her wheienbouts or
fate. A premium was offered for tidings
from the missing vessel, und at last she
brought her own InMllgrnco. on April 1',
1SG7, the people living iiur Itodn's ' Voe
were startled by seeing the ghastlv wreck
of a ship sailing Into the port. Itatterrd,
lee crushed, her sails and cordnge cut
awnv and dismantled by the rlgois of her
terrible Imprisonment, her boats and spars
cut nil to keep the tires, which kept the
wretched crew from freezing, her decks
sttewed with tho dead nnd dying, tho lost
The tlfty who sailed were all brought
back, but how? Ten bodies, one of them
tlin captain's, lay on tho deck, caicfully
mtnyed for that Initial which their com
rades could not bring themselves to give
them. Thirty-live lay helplessly s'rk, some
or them dying. Two sllll ictulned strength
enniigh to go nloft, and lliiee more weie
iible to crawl around on deck. The man
nt the wheel fainted with excitement when
heli was nt hand.
Ono nt tho sick died In his berth nfter
the lescueis boarded the ship. The sur
geon had worked untiringly, but cold, hun
ger, scurvy and dysentery had done their
work us unceasingly. Tho captain wns the
llrst to succumb, nnd one by one the
olhcri followed him. Another night nnd
the ship, which had been for nil n common
home, would have nroveil to nil a com
mon tomb. lioston Herald.
UK! TIUN'IS IN CAI.irOllNlA.
Ilgnnllr l'rults. Tinners nnd Vegetable
flrnitn on tho I'.ulllo runt,
"Wo have some bit; things In Califor
nia," said J,. Get main, of Los Angeles.
"Of cniiise, you have heard of tho big
grapevine nt Santa H.irbara, which cov
ers tluee acres. Then there is tho mini
ster rosebush at Hant.i Itosa. It glow
lo nn enormous height anil completely
i ovei nl the house where It grew. Dur
ing my lifetime lieie lu California I
have handled squashes running nil the
way from l."0 to 300 pounds each. Water
melons I have seen weighing all the
way from forty to seventy-llvo pounds.
I remember ono beet raised nt S.m Ha
fnel which weighed about eighty pounds.
I-ast fall I saw tluee onions tho nggre
gnto weight of which was neatly live
pounds. In tho Pomona valley 1 '-have
known of onions weighing from one and
thiee-quarters to two nnd one-half
pounds. Tomato vines frequently grow
ten or twelve feet ncross, and I have
often seen radishes that looked like big
"t have, seen specimens of the Hum
boldt, county potato which weighed from
two lo three pounds. It Is not nt all un
usual to t-oo cabbages weighing from
thlity-llvo to seventy-live pounds. Some
years ago u Mr. Fox. who llod down
In tho Kanta Crux mountains, raised a
carrot of tho white Helglnn variety
which weighed about twenty-eight
pounds. It was the largest cntrot on
recnid. Tho largest pears that come to
the Han Francisco maiUet are whn''
they call pound pears, but I havo seen
them weighing two and a half pounds.'
At Kosley's orcdi.ud, near Kanta Hat
linrn. Is n rem.iikablo plum ttee, ldinwr
as the Japan plum, which was planted
lu 157C. The fruit Is lienrtshnped and of
a lich yellow color. The plums aro fre
quently from eight to leu inches In clr
cumfetence. In Los Angeles II. 1,. Bar
ker displays n rosebush which has
reached the height of hlxteen feet, draft
ed upon Its blanches ate twelve vari
eties of rni-es. The paient stalk Is twelve
years of age. The stalk a few Inches
above tho ground is live Inches In cir
cumference. K. II. Khnw, nf Ontario, re
cently discovered an apple blossom on
one of tho trees in his oiehuril which re
sembles a largo sized lose, incisures
nine and one-half Inches In circumfer
ence, ami is what may be called a second-crop
blossom. An ordinary apple
blossom contains live petals, while this
ono litis thirty. or fatty.
Tho big grapevine nt Monteclto, near
Santa. TlarlMrii, is famuiis. Tim vine
was planted about forty years ago. The
grapes mo of the .Mission variety. The
paient stalk is forty-six Inches in eli
cuiuferenco ono foot from the giniind.
Wheio It commences to branch, three
fi et from the ginuiid, lis clvciiml'eienci
is slxty-thrco Inches. Tho vine yielded
four nnd u half tons of irrnpos In a
single season. Thu vino covers an nre.i
of 100x00 feet.
At the rooms nf tho .state b.i.ml of
ttnde in Kan Francisco some rental kable
pti ,!ucts of California soil mo on exhi
bition. Uist yeai, when tin w .win was
well nilvaiu ed, pumpkins weighing -'07
pounds were upon exhibition llieie.
There were also cabbages weighing
ninety-live pounds, onions that tipped
the scales nt live pounds, nnd a lingo
sweet potnto, raised near Kanta Ann,
that weighed twentv-flve pounds. Apples
weighing twenty ounces are frequently
on exhibition, und a llve-g.illou glass
jar contains eight penrs, Ihe weight of
which Is thirty-tin eo and u thlid pounds.
These eight pears completely III) the
Jar. Kloilsts say they Imvo seen lilies
III California Jourteeu feet high, while
geraniums that look like trees aic
The Trull of a Moose,
HlacUwood's Magazine: Tho trail of
u iiinoap, leucllng sometimes for miles to
gether through a netwcnU of fallen ile
hits, the labor of following him, und to
do so climbing over mid under thu In
numerable fallen logs ami Intel lacing
brunches, may bo more euslly Imagined
than described, However weary thu
hunter may be, ho must never for ouu
instant lelnx his caution, nnd in thosu
l.irgu client woods never, If possible,
Inenk a stick, The moose has an In.
tensely acttto senso of hearing, and smell
ing, unrt us, of course, despite all Ills
caution, when limiting befotu the snow
juts cunie, thu liuuler, .ilthoiigh moc-eusln-cUil,
must Incuk slicks sometimes,
he ilnds frequently, utter winking his
way cm tho trail llitough pno ut these
honlble woods, that on leaching thu
other shla thu quuiry has started nlf
ucrosa u inllu of open prairie to seek
thu shelter of u similar cover on the
othtr side. As thu moose, even when
uncllstuibed, Is u tremendous walker,
browsing on the luw willows as ho goes,
theie is no knowing when or wheio ho
will stup again. Things being thus, it
follows that thu tla s when there Is a
high v.iud uie thu best by far for hunt
ing. Then lu the crashing of thu falling
brunches and tho rattling of the limbs
of the I rocs thu wury luute gats care
jewt unci ii easier of upptoavh.
HIS TERRIBLE SEGRET.
it Ml.ttiim:l Till: t it i:or t.oitl) HAN
noi.i'it cut in nil. u
In the Very llijdi.v of Ills t'npuliirlly u
3l3trrlou .something lluppeiii'ibiiiid
Ile Is lining lo mi Insane
l'rlenils ntul foes alike grlevp over the
mental collapse of Lord Itiindolpli Church
ill, whose rueent cccentthllles and In lia
bility of the nenes iIpki uprated Into com
plelo Imbecility nnd lillu -y, the tesult of
softening of the btiiln. Ten enrs ago
Ijord Ilindolph was nt the ery top uf the
political tree, the most conspicuous und
popular Htiilesiniiu In IIiirIiiIhI He had
evetytlibig In his favor all niulent mid
illustrious: name, famous throughout tho
cUlllzed wntldj If mil wealth, at any rale
an nmple Incoinn that permitted him to
maintain onn of tho most perfectly ap
point! d houses In IjoihIou; hu had a lowly
and chat mlng American wife lu the daugh
ter of l.eunnnl Joiotno of New York; blight
chlldien, to whom ho wan passionately
duiuled, und the favor of his sovereign
ntul of ids fellow lotititi tiion. It was lin
possible to take Up n nowspapcr without
seeing Ills iiaiiie 111 almost every column,
or a comic Journal without his cnrlcalur
staring one in tho face. Ho fotmid the
thotiui of almost nil the topical tongs
sung at the muslo hulls, mid occupied not
only n sent In the rnhlnet, but also tho
lit oud position of lender of the llrltlsli
house of commons. Lord Itandolph pos
sessed a line place ut Newmarket ami u
successful lacing stable, and was cettalnly
In those days the niigllshniati who held
tho highest place and the wannest corner
In the licnit uf John Dull.
Suddenly, In thu very hc.vdny of his pow
er, faino and popularity It wns wlillo ho
was, slaying on a visit to the queen at
Windsor that something happened, nimo
tlilng come to his eats which iilletcd tho
whole lenor or hit life und constituted the
stinting point of Hint gradual declluo
which has now eulmlniitrd lu Idiocy. What
it was Is known only to u few with any
dogrio of certainly, and those have, Uko
l.onl ltandnlph himself, kept the matter a
piofoimd s'cret, ftom motives of patt lot
Win, nje, and or loyalty as well. Of course,
there tun many stories upon Ihu siihlect
extiint, all of which unite hi ono paitlcular.
namely, that they lay the cause of Lord
Itaiidolph's astounding coup d'elnt ut the
door of royalty. Whatever the blow was
and It may bo a geneiatlon befoie tho
'ruth of the whole stoiy Is fully known
It cnnio with eiiHhlng force,
It was brutiglit to the knowledge of Lord
Itandolph one evening after dinner during
Ills stay at Wlnd-or rastle, Lidv Itan
dolph nnd hlim-olf had dined with the
qui en ns usual at S:C0and had shown mani
fest pleasure at the marked giaclouuicss
with which they were treated by tho
queen, lloth were In excellent spirits dur
ing the repast, and tin re was no premon
ition of anything untoward. Yet on the
following mottling Lord nnd Lady Churchill
left the castle before bie.ikfast and with
out waiting to be eonvejed to the tdntlim
In royal carriages, and pi lor to leaving
Lord Itandolph had written on note paper
bearing tho queen's cipher and the Wind
sor castle heading very curt letters to Lord
Salisbury and to the queen heiself icslgn
Ing his seat lu the cabinet, his chancellor
ship of the exchequer nnd Ids leadership of
the lions, of i ominous.
It Is Impossible to desctlbe the sensation
caused by this coup d'etat. The queen was
Indignant at the gross dlscouttesy with
w hleh she considered herseir to have been
treated, and Loid Salisbury, too, was
greatly enraged, since It upset all his cal
culations and gave a great shock to his
administration, of which l.onl Itandolph
was far and away the most popular mem
ber. Trom that tlmo forth Lord nandolph wns
nn altered mail, and forever reemed labor
ing cither under Intense nervous excite
ment or under Ills of depression nnd de
spondency. He was rorced to resort to
opiates to proem e sleep nnd rest, and as
time went on this developed Into an abuse,
and he becume u slave to the moiphlne
habit. Ile went In Tor horse racing on u
scale far beyond his former establishment;
he went out to Koiith Allien, and spent
months hi exploring Miishonaland; he em
barked In business 111 the city tiled every
thing. In fact, to occupy his mind nnd di
vert his thoughts and to eiuo both mind
and body. Hut It was nil without avail,
and last summer, after a most deplorable
scene In Hie house of commons, .vhero h
spoke In such a manner ns to lead to the
Impulsion that he was x-eiy drunk, he was
sent oft by his family on a trip mound tho
world under the cure of his American wife.
Lord Handolph's passage thioiigh New
York. Ilnr H.ubor, Ottawa and Vancouver
wns marked by eccentric utternmes and
still more eccentilc actions. At Yokoham i
the public dinner oignnlzed "by the Ln
Kllsh Tot ies resident there had to be aban
doned In consequence of the state of his
health, and when finally he reached Ilom
hnv his condition became such ih.it It was
necessary to place him under lestrn ut,
and It under the care of a Physician 'lint
he has been taken homo to KiiKland to ri.-.
No one coilld have foreseen thli ten years
ago and eveiybody spoke of him as des
tined to become prime minister or Ln
gland and to succeed Lord Salisbury In
the chieftainship of the Toiy parly. 'I here
was no more hi llll.int debater In the house,
and not only was he a statesman of gr; lit
retouiee, having the Ins and outs of the
intricate British government syttcm at his
lingers' ends, but he wns novel at fault,
ulwavs icndy for the fiay m.l evr ready
to Und the weak spot in the minor of the
opponent. Tlieie was no one la the house
of commons who pou,0Med to a greater
degree the faculty of Betting what Is
usually known as a "rise" out or Mi.
Ciladsione, and fiom the readiness and apt
ness with which Lord Itandolph was on
hand at all times to controvert the aigu
ments nf Hi. Oriind old Man with apt
quotations fiom his speeches of a decade
or two previously when his opinions were
diametrically opposed to what they are
now, one would have Iniaglned that Loid
Itandolph had spent his whole llfo in
studying Ihe orations of Mr. iJlailMnno.
What enile.ueil Leoid Itandolph most to
his conntiymen was his grit and his read
iness for u light He vvas always on the
waipith, and was as dead game ns liny
bantam rooster, llngllshmeiu like this;
It appeals to their Innate sporting In
stincts, und this was one of the ehloi holds
Hint Lord Itandolph had upon their re
gaid. Lord Itandolph stands next 111 suc
cession to Ills lTi-phew, the as yet unmar
ried Imke of .M.irlbnioiiKh, and on Loid
ltnndolph's denlh, which Is considered as
Imminent, hla eldest sou, Mr. Winston
Leou.iid Ji-iuiiio Speiicer-Chntchill, a
youth of So, and showing many traces or
,1... Arm ile.-ill blood 111 bis veins, will bc-
lome heir to llnglnnd's most famous
all w..vri:i TO III! IIII.I..
The AiuMtlnu of Men on the Holder In Hie
"That famous sunn and mun-klllor, Wild
Hill, wasn't Hill al all when you come
down to Incts, Ills leal name was Jim
Illckok." i-.ild the old stage driver, ,11m
Slieild.in, lo a w liter for llio New oik
Sun. "Hut tu lie a lllll of some Mud was
a fashion ot Ills il.iv, nnd eveiy man mil
on the Westein fiontlor who v.uni d to
lie thought a devil of it ft How must inku
that name, nnd then he would sit up nights
thinking what he tdiould do to got a li.ui
dln to It. It was rather tijlng on thu Iln
Kllsh language to fuinlsh adjietives tn all
Dm Hills that came along at Hut Hum.
Tlieiu weie Texas and Ailzoiin HUH, O-ad-wood
und Leiidvillu Hills, nml Hills Hutu
every oilier couiil), state, town uud Icnl
tots, I'tMtil Hills, only Hills and Kon-of-a-Uilii
Hills. You'd seo lellovvH wearing
something or doing something dlfiVient
fiom otlu r peopln so that they could get
huiio ilisilugul-lilng title lu tuck on to
'Hill.' There was ono mini who winked
nt oihl Jobs iciiuid stage stations In New
Mexico who worn moccasins lu town and
out until ut last somebody culled him .Moc
casin Hill, and then bo was happy I
never knew but nun lllll who found fault
with hi tllle. He was u woiihless fellow
who hung ubout Cheyenne, with no busi
ness but lo I'oiage for free dilliks ntul tarn
i hips. Thu saloonkeepers nt last got tn
calling him 'Neviip.iy Hill,' und that was
loo much for him und ho lilt town lint
1 think the win ut case or lllll making I
evur saw was In going over the plains in
'71 with a wngon train, Thito was onu
fellow nlong who used lo go about with a
blanket wiuppcil mound him like a r.tw-ni-o
ludluu. One day ho cunie to me Just
bursting will) pida uud batlsfactiou uud
" f)o you Know tho iinino the boys havo
given mo'f They'll) calling inu lllaukct
Chicago Ureal Western -Maple-I.caf,
On and after January 1 Hie Chicago
flreat Western railway will accept detach
ments from mileage tickets lu pnv incut of
excess baggage chmges.
This will move a sreut lonvcnleueo tn
commercial travelers and otlieis who curry
a largo quantity of baggage,
Thu Chicago tlrcut Western Is the bhort.
est line In St. Joe, Hcs Manes, Maisdiul
towu, St. l'liul uud Minue.ii)llb.
Trains leavo lltand Ceulitil depot, Sec
ond and Wjundultu streets, 10 a. m. umi 7
p. m. G. W. LINCOLN,
C. l and T. A., laio Union avenue.
T. XL LOiU). U, 1 und T. i., Chicago, III.
CTLA.XMritni AIIVIilti'tMIMI.X. rs In
tin Journal lire charged nt the
rate of It cents per tin c. Mi vtortls.
ustiiill.v niiihe it line.
This clinrue Is for rliisslllentlnns
rieppl "I'crsnnitls" nnd "I lulrvoy
nlits," !ileli lire IS renls per Ilnr.
IIISl'LAVf.l) AllVllIt TIslMI hi (be
clnsslllcd fiitiiiiins, in cents per line,
sntlil nRiilr- inrnsiirp. Nn ruts Intien,
WANTI'.H Traveling wilosin.it! in sell
tjiilnlno Whlsk.v on cniitul'sloii n side
Him. pays big comtnlss on, no b imc in
quired Address, with lereremiw, cjiilnlne
Whisky Co . Louisville, Kj..
WANTIll1 -Ttavillng men win. wish to
sell as ii side line frill t ind lu duce on
ciiinmlsslon, itddtess I'lodnce Y, I'll, Jour
WANTIln-lmmcdlntoly: three news
agent on railroad Call oil Souiliern Hall
way News Company, Mis t'lilon ave.
ographer, can write and spill well, good
city reference!'. Address It !W. Journal.
Ifd'j L. Kill, cor. Walnut. Tel. 117!. Tlin
best place In 1C. C Mo., to Ibid help nr sit
uations, male or female; 1 years' experi
ence. Correspondence solicited. Itef. Otnuh.i
Nat. bank, Omaha; Cltlzuns' bank. 1C, C.
WAN'Ti;D Agents lo handle Aluminum
Novelties: sell at sight, -. pel we, Ic easily
in.tde. Send 10 cents for samples. Clr
NOVHLTV INTItOOrCTION CO.
SKI Stat.- st , Clllr tgo, 111.
WANTl'.D An agent In sell tailor made
cissimeru pants lu Kunsns as a side line.
Apply lo Lock 15ox 1077, lies Matties, Iowa.
WAvriin to ltiT.
WANT!:!' To llent Hotel, furnished;
willing to buy furnllu'-e If In good locality.
Addtess It 11. llAltltmi.
Ml N. I'lores st., San Antonio, Tex.
WANTIID ltuslnrss man wants ounnv,
furnished or unfurnished rnouiii within IJ
blocks of the Junction. Addro, s, with full
pattleiilars, M. U. Locke, posloltlce.
WANTl'.D 2 large heating stoves In good
order, chenp. for cash. Apply new Novelty
Theater, Stli and Walnut st.
TO Itn.NT lltlll.SI.
ro JtlINT A nice three room d-.wlllng.
only four blocks from Minnesota nnd
within one block of two street car lines.
Call a t the Journal brunch olllee. In thu
Chamber of Commerce bldg.
TO lti:.NT-f.2.1 Oak, 3 room flat, parlor
floor; ! loom flat, 2d lloor; T room Hat, 1st
Moor. Will bo teady for tenants about the
15th of Dec. i;. 11. IHTHOHSS .c CO..
f,10 Whitney bldg
TO Itr.NT-The very pretty il room cot
tnge. No. moo ljoberts St., rent, $11 per
month. Apply to L. .Molse, at the Journal
olllee. Telephone No, inn
TO HUNT Large, nicely furnished front
room; nlso connecting sin ill mum, ilist
elnss bonid; steam heat. HjO Finest nve.
TO TH2 NT One elegant olllee room nnd
one suite In thu Journal bldg. Hunt rea
sonable. Apply to the Journal Co.
to ttK.NT miscri,i.am:ous.
TO ItHNT Kb gnnt olllccs In the Journal
bldg. nt rcasuuable rates. Apply to the
IHTSINLSS ClIANCi: Handicapping Do
ynnr own handle.ipplng; volume just nut:
no other woik like It; contnlus wonderful
researuh; wilto fur eiiieuhir.
V17, rrauklln St., Chi. ago.
WANTI3P jl.'iil paitner In a business
Uldlng a hundsonio salary to cai h. no c
peilencu icqulied; must In- inlirr and
steady. Addiess '. 071 Journal olllee.
l'On, SALU At u baiguln for i.ish; u
clean, neat gioeery stoik; won't taku
much money; bud heabh tho cause of h.ile.
Inqtilie "in K.is. ave., Armoiudale.
irOH SAM3- MlSl'lil.LAMIODS.
l'OU SALI1 r.,uuo tout pond Ice, foiinul
rioni J'latte liver w.itei. loaded on the II.
i M., for winter delivuv. Wilt., us F.
A. Hiondwcll .V- llio, Sooth Omaha, Neb.
FOIt BALI? 1 pair oi diamond eirrlngs;
cost $100. will sill fin ti
U. S. MOHTOA'II? LOAN CO,
'oil Hull building.
CHAS. K. TOWT, JOHN II. TOW'T,
l'rcslclcnt. lee 1'iesldent.
I?. L. HAUItlS,
MIDLAND TltANSrntt CO. Freight
uud buggage Iranleiioii to ami from alt
ilenots. I'tlrilltlli ,. tiinv. rl nm n.-i.l....l l.v
exputs. Ii iT anil 101 Wjandottu St.. Kan
sas c-iiv. .vio. -rei. u,i7
ro !-?XOI!ANliF.-$l"i farm near Kan.
sas City Tor latger one wltltlu M to ",
miles ul Kansas City; will pay cash dilfer-
HDWAltDS IH1ALTY l.CtV, AND COL
LECTION COM FAN V, I.T. N'Plsun bldg.
CLASS Instructions Junuaty 1st Febru
ary 1st. Delineations of ctiuiaclcr given
personally uud by mall
MilS. OFItTflFDl? I.OVI-J.
rtoom 1:0, Y. M. C. A. lildif,, Kansas Oily.
Itoums opin for reading or Inspection of
Hnolcrlc llieraturo on Tuesday nftuinuuns
'i:USONAI-)x, I'.: Many thanks; it Is
lovelj. F C. II.
I'HItSONAIItob: U o'clock Jan. U.
IF YOU wan good. oM-fnalllou butter.
milk or cienui, go to MeCllntocl.'s lestuu
lunt, C20 Walnut stieei.
1:1.1:1; riticAi. M'liciAirius.
l?Li:CTKIC Telephones. Door Hills, Ilur
glar Alaiins, J. W. Muson, 527 Dul.iwuiu.
LOKT II. iv male, blaze luce, hind l.-trs
white, bland on left boulder "J, S." lte
tuiii to J. o. H.ivis, 37J1 .Michigan ave.
SlAh'tllt ntioiied und len.llred. boui-ht nml
Eulil, Combination lue-ks cleaned und
chuiiBed. H. UAllltKlAN. Lxpert,
Tclephono I2l. 1W l?ast Tenth St.
HOllbUS AMI Vl?UlC'l.i:s.
ncr month, sent for
JIAItK H SALISHUltV,
MHS. L. JAMKS, tho well know clalr
voyunt and truueo medium, may be cou
btilted ut 1203 Uiiind ave: puilots U) und 10.
"Holiday lliiurnbm lliites,"
Holiday excursion tickets will bo on t-'ilc
to nil points 011 II, u Saiitu Fo loutu wlllilu
two huielied miles or Kansas Citv, Decem
ber 22. 2J, 21, 2j und 31. 18JI. and January 1,
l!lij. lliulted tu itturii until Juuuaiy 2. h'JJ,
ut thu late uf ouu and one-third faro for
the louuil Hip.
Kuuu4 City ticket olllccs, northeast cor
ner Tiuth nnd Main streets, luoo Union ave
nue uud Union deuot-
run s.ti.ii-iti.ti, iisTAti:.
FOIt SALU- Hy Ii I
Whipple ' ' .
17 U Oth.
.iliil Nlnlh. light
good location for
ACIIF.S' At'ltl .
2 nciis mar I'nlivi.
on Dummy, good wain;
1 bleketts. t.r.sn.
1 IO) ucies . p. cor litli nnd Otkley,
rood wnlci. im feel, two , nriirrs, JI.IIV
1 1-20 nctes on Huh. li f. ct unit ot Falr
Mew, goisl wnlei, iM ..
.1 1. It ucres 11. n. 1 or. Independence ntul
Uvericm nv-, tl.lW
2 St? ncrcs mi tlid'prtnlpnco nve., R.VJ
feet ftom Air llnP.H.sl.l ;
21 ucies IndPpPildence nve, totner OVOr.
ton nve,, J!Vir 1
'.1 nuies at inltatiie to Waeldnglon piirk,
good sptlng mid llllr rorent hpph, f.l.lr.r,,
, 12 acres near l.'.lh and ArlliiHlrtn, ono
block from Kvntistou slallnn.f ' 1.17.
acies near llngluwood station. ftiO fePt
Wi actis near limits of Independence
tit Sl7"i (it-i ni-ti:
to ncrcs south uf Independence al JliVfior
tn in ns wist of Independent e al $112.60
ii acies south of Knnsns City, fi,12J.
It iiin-s mirth of Washington park In
bottoms: sold otico fui Ul,itn can Bell
M net es IJ4 mllns fioni court bouse ilisif
at tiuleppuili inn. M,0ue. 1
IS S-lo notes ntnith of WnshiiiKton inrk,
A-. acres near lllakni.in's .Mills nt JI3.C.0
Wo nm inntiu terms on nearly all of
tlnse They in e the cbi-lpesl ,.ITi , 0,1 111 this
county. 11. T. IHIM'LF ft I'O
17 W. Mb st.
3UINUY IO I.OAt.
M i.in To l,oN-tHy Unproved I011111
made; .1 to 1; fur cent Interi st, according
to size. Farm Inaiis nt higher rates, an
nual lutuioM. within 100 miles, piomptly
closed. James L. Lombard, llelsl bldg.
MONHV TO LOAN -to.rpoa , nuinev
nn band to loan In sums to suit burrow cis":
IIDWAHHH ItllALTY. LOAN AND COL.
JLIJ'TloNt'o.MI'ANV. 1.1; N.'1iiii bldg
5 AND C 1'IJIl CHNT money on business,
ii'sldciico und fat tn piopertv; unusually ra
vornlibi teims. Apply lo Homer Heed or
rhPii.Nnh.lnl ltioadwav, op I'oates house.
LOANS lllllile Oil good Improved C'lt
pioperlj, business or tcsldencp, at tcnsuti
utile rales. Money on baud.
I?. 1?. Holmes & Co., GOT New Fnglaiid bldg.
HI'ALDLS'ti'H rn.MMIlllClAL COL
LllOi:, Last Wing N. V. Life bldg., Kan
wis City, ,Mo will lesuini- Its Twcut.v
uliith Annual Day nml Night Schools on
Wi dnosday, Jniniai-v 2. All KngllMi nnd
Cc.mmeiel.il ltranches. Sho-lhand. T pe
vviltlng. Telegraphy. Model 11 Languages,
etc.. at Locust iiutei. I'mlviiled Cotuso
or Siinly. Litest nnd best inethods em
plniid. eighteen experlincid Teachers
nnd Leetlllers. elegantly equipped Col
lege Kooins accommodating 500 student
I'i iimaushiii awnideil First I'lciuluin jn
yian-. Thousands or timdiiales and foi -iiu-r
Students tilling good povltlnns. Sat
isfaction gu.tianieeil. Catalogue rice. He
sine to visit or addiess thin Cnllegu befoie
g' big elsewhere. J. F. Spalding, A. M .
IltJAI, KsTA'I'll Til .'-l'l?llf.
nbstiiuts nnd examiners of land lilies, No
10 Hast Sixth sin el, fuinlsh dally tlni
trnnsfeis or real estate filed lu the record
er's oilb e 11X Kansas City. .Mo.
Notice All ti.msrers uppeurlng In our
dally repoits contain covenants of general
win unity unlets otherwise stated.
t December 21.
S. S. Wlggs and husband lo T. S.
Lewis; lot 711. Cm lion plat,. S J -;;
Kansas City SaTo D.'posit and Sav
ings bank to Hollo Honllls; part
southwest quitter section 10, town
ship 10, range .:.) , nn,,
Multle M. Atvvell, widow, to T.
A. McCIellanil; lot p; ami pail lot
ti, block 2. Mitico's addition 2j,i)
M. II. Wright to Littleton Savings
bank: lots :, :ti and 117, block 1.
K.iiisoii A- Hopkins' addition 10
William J. Mitchell and wire to II. H.
Moonoy. 11 ust,., , pal t lot 33, Win-
in r it Oigonil'M iildltlon 1
1'. Drill y nnd vvl' to William A.
II15.u1; lot 17, On Hi place S'XJ
Tltt'STI?l?'S SAL1? Whereas. Cliarl..., 11
Caldwell la single mull), by his ccitaln deed
of 11 ust dated the sixteenth day of Apt II,
A. 1). 1SS7, and flhd for inonl on the iwun
tv.second da ul April, A. D M7, and le
corded In book 21s, ut page J7, In the ollleu
of the ii-eiuder of deeds foi Jiiiksou coun
iv, MIm-oiiiI, al Kansas city, conveyed to
thu undcislgiied tiustee all of lot uiimlieieil
thlity-suven W7). In Ile.icon lllll l-.uk, on
iiddltiuii to the City or Kansas, Mlssouil,
us shown by the lecoided plat theieol. on
lib In the otlii e of the 1 murder or deeds or
Jii'.kson county, Mlssouil, to secure the
payment iif tlircu piomlssory notes do
tsciihccl ItilMild .Iced ot mist, ami, wlieu
as, two ui Ihe said notes have been paid,
and ono or i-nld notes Is now pasl due ami
unpaid; timeline. In loii-eqti.-uco nr tho
default ot the p.ijmcnt of, slid piimlpal
note, und at Hie icquest of the b.ga) holder
und owner ol Mud note, I. David Waldo,
trustee, as aforesaid, by vlriuu of tho pow
tis given inu by said il, oil or trust, will
luomd to noil ihe nbiiiu JeM.ilbeil ii-.il
1 state at puhllo utiction to the highest
bidder, lor cash, belvvn-n thu hours 01'
nine o'clock In the forenoon and ilvo
oMoek In tho nfteinoon on S.ituida),
the tlflli day of Jnuiiiii), A D IS05, at ihu
south fiont duoi ur the Jackson county
louri house at Kansas city, Mlssouil, to
satisfy and pay said note and Interest, and
Ihu costs ol executing this trust.
DAVID WALDO. Trustee.
Perdue Holland, Attorneys.
riMH'sTl.r.'h SALU Whi-ieis. ilffault has
X heell in.lde 111 tlin paMlli'IH of Hie two ifr
1.1I11 negotiable jnnnil.s-.orv nous und luteicst
thPioou iIiim ilbed 111 llm clred of tiust made hy
lib haul II Welli-r ana Lotliu iVcller, Ids wife..
il.itnl rebrmnv nil ls-7. tiled for record In llio
oOlenof Hie lei m.ler of 1I10J4 for .bit ksou cniiu
tv, Missouri, at Kansas city, IVaruatvOtli, Ibd7.
and iPcniilflUtu book II No 2117. al page IM, I
wlli, In in cuiitance ivlili Hie le'ims of said need
of irust, at Hiereqiiosioi it-e leg.il owuor ami
holilcr of s.ilil uoies. prm ced to sell Um real es
t.itPln bald deed of trust drittibcd, slnuito In
thu cuiuity 01.1,11 sun in the 31,110 of .Mission 1,
vly.i Allofthe hUlltli li'ilt of the southwesL
qii.irlerol suction tweniy-fiiii H'-'l) In tuwnslilp
loriy-uiuo i''i. 10 1.111HV iiiiuj-miiu i.i, 111
Jaruson couiiiy. exropt tti.it porilon tbe-icof
taliuu and conveyed foi i.ilUay naclcs lunl pur
poses; llio land 111 said deed nf trust ilcse ilb-il
tii-lngsi'Vi'Uty-Ilvo and one-li.ilf (Tolj) acres at
nubile vendue, to tlle hlgliusl uldilcr. at tlin
eourt house iloor, In llm Ulty ot K.ius.u, telng
His suiitli float door of ihu ,1 tcksou coiiutv
1 0111 1 lioin-e, lu Uaiih.isi'lty, in Um count j ut
Jackson, state nforinaiil, for cash, on s nurd iv.
tlm sth day of J inu uy. is's, iwtvvmm too houri
of ulur o'efeioU lu llio loruuiiou and flvn o'clock
III His iifteriionn of that d iy. 10 siilify ami pay
said notej and Illicit "si . ind llm um of rxectt
tliu llintrni. IlllS'ltV N i:S, Trimoie
Tltl'STflL'S SALI? 11 teasiin of fallurii
tu pa one uule-, nuw past due, ilcscilh-d
In ileiil of 11 list m-idu bs cleoige W. hhaw
uud Jane A. Shaw, his wife, il.nid the 2llb
day uf ApilUW-'. tiled foi inoiel until day of
August, ibyj, und iicouliMi in boul; n t.'.
Ill pagil 7-'. In Ihe- Olllee ol tilt- lei older of
deeds lor Jackson cuunty, Mlssouil, at
Kansas l'lt, 1 will, piut-nuut lu Ihu pru.
visions of sold died uf Hint, ut Hu re
quest of Hie legal holder uf said not",
beivvecn the hours of one nnd Ihu o'Uui-U
lu thu nfii inouii. uu Wcdiiisdaj, the 2nd
day of January. lw, at the south tront door
ot the mint Iiqiim-, situated be-tweeit Lo
cust stuet on Hie e-uat. Fifth stieet on
tho iioi tli. Oak slieei un tho west, and
Mlssouil uvi nue on the south, lu Kunsns
City, J.u ksun county, Mlsi-outl, sell at
publlo .uu'tluu. to tin- highest and best
bidder, tin cash, the south half of cast Inlr
of southiiut qiinrter uf soiiihweat quarter
of heeilon tweiity-iilno (."J), lu township
forty-nine (19), of i.inge thlrly-tliiic l,
Fltuiited in thu eoiiiity atorould, to rulsu
money 10 nay said uotu and costs of exe
cuting; said 11 ust.
It. O. lioncinss. Trustee.
NuTU'i; 'lo sTiicKIIoLDllftH The an
nual inn ting of ih- stockholileis of lb
New Yolk and Loudon Cleclilc Ai- ocl.i
tlon, lor tliu purpusu of iloetliig three dl
iceliiis for tin- ensuing year and in.- ti.ins
ii. Hun uf si h oilier buitucss us may
leg.lll .uule b lute the niietltig, will bu
held at the dll ' of the iismicI llloii. HI
Walnut M. Kansas City, Mo., .Monduj,
Jatiuaiy Hth. Kil, 10 o'clock 11. 111.
W.M 11 i:ilLi:it, Vice 1'iesldent.
J. O'HIUAN. SeiTciary.
TTiLI'.CTION' NOT1CI! TI10 rejuUi annual
VJ uitcllllU ot llienlockhiildsisol tllu Nutlon
al Haul; ot Coinnitice, ol Kansas Lily. Mo. tor
the elecllon uf lllln illiee-lols for tliu eiuulng
year, will bo held at lh luukinic bouse uf naid
uule, in Kansas, lily, Mo., cm Tuesday, tlm Mb
Ua) of said inoutU of January, IHjx being ihu
becond Tuesday of laid mouth of January, bu
tweeu llioliouis of 10 a. m. und t u m. ot said
day. (J J. WlllTi:, Cashier.
Mimed Hoc. 3, 1SQI
TV'OTICI? TO STOCKIIOI.I)i:itS-Tliu anuu.il
J-1 lueetlugof ILo Dtuckbulders of llio Mt-r-ihauts'Natloiial
bank, of Kansas City. Mlssouil,
will bo hold In Its onices tu mo Now York Life
building, Kausa-i Oily, Ma, ou Tuesdiy, Hie bill
day uf January. ISJI. bttwceu ttiehouisut 0 11
lu andSp lu . for the cltcllou o dlrii'lors and
H.-iusaclleii uf uuy oilier busiuosn Hit may
leuallr coiuo U'foiu tliu Hireling
W. 11. L'LAUKi: "rojkleuL
I'ltl'STl I iTsALp: Wlni.. 1, Jun is
lloiidwlii, hy his i.-rtnln tl -! 1 ti
diilod M in h the lh, Ii0.', 1111 1 lib I
leioiil nnd rcorded oil the Ct It 1 .y if
.March. Ifi, In the ollh e of llu 1 1 '
of deeds tor Jncksnii iiiunly, Mls.iur t
Kansas City, III book II lll, nt p 1
luuv.i-yid to Ihe litiderslgni .1 tm 1 II
follow IIIK ilPSrrlltiil IP I islilti, -"toil 1
In the iniinly of Jaihsnn. slat- ol M
siuiil, lo-wii: Lot numbered nine 1 '1. 111
bloik Ituinhireil tweiity-lwu tt!). In A-li-hlirup's
iiddlllon lu the City of luii'n
luiw Kansas city, us Ihe same Is nmk I
and deHRiiiitcd on the leiorled plat llo'i
of, now on tile In Ihe eilice of the r. nub r
of deeds fur alil .laikson county, Missouri,
In trust lo spcuie the pn input ul one prln
rlliHl mile nt'il four Int. test tiotes. nil nf
which said nobs are rullv disirlh-d In
snlil Husl tlenil, nnd, whireas, then- has
born default In Ihe Interest nob- railing
due, plKhleiu months after the M da or
Mnrch, lij nnd. win reus, then Is also
ih ruult In the pamttt or the illy l.ix.s
foi the )enrs Isiij mid ,M, and also cer
tain state nnd cuunty tunes, and mlo ib
tiliill lu the luijini ul of certain spcclil
luxe nnd nil r. main due und unpaid,
and, whetens, said died of Ir isl prov'ld. s
If default be made In llir p'lyuionl of any
Inlptest nobs or liny lixes, gi nernl or
special, when din-, the tiutie naiiicd III
said died or trust limy proieed to sill
said pints Hy; now, ther. fore, public
tuition la Inn by given thai, in Ihe request
or the legal holder nnd nwner of sn'.d
noli- nnd Inlet est notes, ntul by virtue of
Ihe power nml authority In hip vested by
snld ibed of Irusl, I, the uivb rslgnod
Itustep, will un the 17111 day of January,
IMTi, hetwien the hours of nlnp o e'ock In
the fuictinon and live o'clock III the after,
noon ot Hint dnv, sell the above descilh.-d
real estate ill public vendue to the high
est bidder. Tor cash, nt Ihe west door ot
the United Slnles custom house. In Kan
sas Cltv. Jackson count), Missouri, snld
snlo lo bo made for the purpose of paying
the amount of said r iti-s nnd Interval duo
thereon, together Willi nil unpaid taxes
and the costs and ovnoiiuis of executing
Ibis It tit t. C. Il, MOSS. Trustee.
lliiekner. Illrd ft Lake. Altornc)s.
NOTICI? OF Tltl'STI?l?-S SALU
hciens, l'alrlclt O'Toole. granlur, by
his certain doe,l of Hum dut.d the 22. 1
day or August, A. D. 1SS7. Illed lor in--ord
on the with dny ut Aiiiiust. A. D. Ps;,
and lecordod lu book 11 No. -M.', at imm'
2l'i, In Ihe olllee of Hie r nlir or ib-eils
or .Inek-Miii county, .Missouri, al Kansas
I Itv, comi-)i-d to me, Walter A. t'unker,
tiustee. the fullnvvlug described lands nml
tenements, situate In Jackson county. Mis
sotiu. nuinilv: All of lots mimbet.-d thliu
nlno (.) and forty W, lu blm k ten (tin,
Hunker hill, ns marked and designated
oil plat mud In the ollh e iifolt f.llil. 111
trust lo wcine the note In snld dud tl.-Bi-ilbeil;
and, whetous, ilpfnull has Ihpii
made In pcrfni malice of the ce-dlilons or
said deed, and the same have been biok
in by iiiison of nun-pa) incut oi Mild note;
now. theiefore, notlee is ln-ieby glvi n
thai, as lequesled bv the Kg.il holder or
said mile. I. said Walter A. Hunker, trus.
tee, will piocoeil to sell, und will sell,
nt public vendue, to the highest bidder,
101 i-ioiii, uie sain i.inus unit lenenieiiis,
on the 21st day of .lanliai). A, D ISO",,
between the hours of nine o'clock n. rn.
nnd live o'i lock p. in. at the west rront
door or the Fulled States custom hou-c,
In Kiinsas City, In said Jackson county.
Missouri, tu piy said indebtedness and
, WALTIJU A. HFNKKlt, Tiustee.
ik t Oo.vsett, Atty's. J
NOTICI? OF TllFSTi:i?'S SALI?
Wli. reus, ll.vron D. Morris, grantor,
bv his certain deed of Hint dntid the
r.th dny ot Aptll. A. D. txxT. lib d fur
n 1 ord 011 Ihe 2Jd day of Apt II, A. D. Isx7.
and icroriliil lu book II No. 2fj at page
21111, In the olllee of the to, outer or d Ii
ol Jackson roiiuty, Missouil. nl Kin-is
C.I), icnveyed to me, Wult, c A. Hunker,
tiustie, the following ilesi rlbed I mds and
tern minis situate lu Jackson ouiity. Mis
"ourl, n.i'iiely: Lots numbered rortv-Iive
(I'd and folly-six (li). In bloek jintii
bired thu.- (31, Hunker hill, as the -amo
are niuiKid nnd designated on plat tiled
lu tin- OUT. o aforesaid, In trust to seeuiu
the note lu saiel deed drsirlhed: and,
whereas, d fault has been made lu per
foiluaiiie of the conditions of said deed,
nnd the i-aine have been hiokon l,y i,.,i
sou of non-pa) incut of said note, nuw,
tin roforo, notice is hereby given Hint, as
loqueslcil bv ihe h-i.al holder of said noli,
1, Waller A llunk-i, said liusici-, will pio
leed to sell, and will sill, ill public vi-llillli,
to the highest blddei, fur cash, the Mild
1 mils and t- nenii'iits, on the 21st day of
January, A. D. 1MO, between the hours
of nine o'i look a m. and live n'. lock p.
m., al the west ft tint door of the Fnltt-d
States custom housi., in Kansas City, lu
said, J. u ksou county, .Missouri, to p iy
said Indebtedness and expenses uf sale.
WALTHIt A. HFNKKIi, Tillslee
Cook A: liOhsett, Att)'s.
NOTICI? OF TItl'STl:l?-S SALF
Whereas, Mai) V. Steele and I'h.ules
Slule, bet husband, grantois, hy tin Ir
certnln deed of tiust dated the fourth dav
ol May, A. D. 1.S7, Illed for 1 coord on the
1Mb da) or May, A. 1) lv7, and leenrdul
In book I! No. 2m, at page :i7.-,, In the 01
hi 1 ot the leeotder ol di oils of Jackson
county. Mlssouil, at Kansas City, 1011
vi veil to me. Walter A. Hunker, trust, e,
the rnllowing desi rlbed lands and torn
mints situate In Jin kson 1 amity, .Mls
souil, iinmel) : All ot lots numbored nine
en and ten HOI, In blot k numbered two
(.1, as the same are marked and cbsK
ualiil 011 1d.1t Illed In the nlllcn nfon-iulil,
lu trust to secure the note In said deed
tliscilliiil; nr.d, when as, default has been
111. ute In pei foi in nn e of the i ondltlons of
siil died, and the same have been biokou
l.v teason 01 non-pa) nn nt Of said note; now
th'iefore, iHitOe Is hi-re'b) given that, as
leiiuisted b) tin legal hold r 01 sail nun,
1, Walter A. Ilimkit, said nnsie-e will pin
1 oi d to sell, mid will s., al public vendue
lo Ihu highest bidder, for ash. the suld
I mds nnd tenements, on the 2s div nf
.l.inuury, A. D. IIO'i, between the boms
01 nine o'cloek u. tu. nml live o'clo, k p.
111, nt- the 'went front iluor of the Fnited
Slates custom house. In Kansas City, In
.01 .Inckson county, Mlssouil, 10 pay
-aid Indebtedness: and expenses of Mile.
WALTHIt A. lll'NItlilt, Trustee.
Cook A: liossett. Ally's.
ut loit. nuiubiied m-vi n (7) find elKlit (Si,
lu bloik iiiumicr-il rmir (II, Hunkr lull,
us the s-ame are marked and designated
on the plat Ilk d In the ulllce afotesald
In tiust to so. lire th,. note In said deed
.lesei Hied: and. wlieieas. default 1ms l,n..n
made In peifuruinncu uf llu condition-, of
in- i..uuo iiuve- lie-en liluKen
NOTICI? OF TlllWI'lJ'H SALI?
Where.is, John II. Tlioiup.-oii, nr.int
01, Ii) Ins 111 lain deed 01 ti list dated the
mi oud day of Septeiiibei, A. D. Ihs7, Illed
lor r 1 old oil the Illh du) ot Si'pteiuher, A.
I ls7, ami monli-il In bunk ll Nu. .'12, at
pane Ji'.S. lu the olllee or the roe order or
d-ids of Jackson county, Mlssouil, ,u
Kansas City, conveynl lo ni", Waller A.
llllllkel, tlllSlee, tile follnwllllt li-HCI lhni
lauds and teuemeiits situate in Jaiksoii
luuitv, Mlssouil. namely: Ml nf lula
iiuiiiberid one (II und two (2), lu blink
UUmhi'.'tit six (III, llllllkel- hill, an Ihe
mum .lie inatked and deslnn.itid on plat
111. d lu thu olllee iiforesiild, In tiust to
aiuie llu note In suld deed deseillu-d;
eld, wlnieas, default has he-en made In
p. 1 rorn.i.nci of the iniulltloiis ot said
Ii ul, .nil the sanif have bein broken by
lc.iMiii ut uoii-p.iynienl of sold note; now,
thm fine, notice Is bin-by ulveii that, us
i.tiit.-ietl Ii) the brial holilcr of said note,
I, snld Waller A. Hunker, truste-c, will pro
liietl 10 hl'll, anil will sell, ut public v indue,
to thu lushest bidder, foi eush, the .,ild
1 mils and lem lip ins, on th,. 21st day of
.1.11111.11 ) . A. D. Ikili, between the hour I
of nine n'cloiU u m. und live o'clock p
m, ut the wiot front iloor of the Tutted
Stales custom house, lu Kansas City, In
i-.ild JacUi-011 inuiity, MiASuuti, lo pay
said Indebtedness mid expenses or sale.
WAl.TI.lt A lirNKHII, Trustee.
Cook & Uosx-tt. Ally's. K. C Mo.
TJSLIXTION NOriCL-Notlee 1 berebyclvcn
l'j that iliuuanual sliK'Miolder's nicHiu- uf
ll.a (Jltl.slls' NjiIoikiI luuli, ol Kansas city,
Mlsiourl. 'vlll bu hold un 'J iifsday, January bth,
lbJ, al lis b liiUllin nftlce, t'tlwreu Ihu hours ol
10 a 111. uud I p. in . to elet t directors lor mo
eiiuln,-year, and 10 transact any other bu9.
ness that may cuino Ik-Iuiii s.ilil uieetlii 1.
h. W OIMI'HL'LI., L'asUlsr.
K.iin.isCltv. Mn. Pec. is-ui
(IKItMAN AMllltlOAN SAV1NHS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION, No. I. Kaunas Cit),
Mo., Dee. 17, U2I. Thu annual uucHiik of
nbuvu named association will bu held at
Turner hull. 12th um) Oak Ms., on Wednes
day. Juuuaiy 2. lilO, from 'J u. m. lo ! u.
m.. fcr the purpose ul tlccllui (our direct
ors und the tiantucllon uf such buslnes4
ns may iciiuluily coma betoiu It. William
Teske, I'rcsldent; u l.'mv. Secretary,
...'livl, ''. .... ii,l. o Cl. II, I,
Wlnieas, I?1Ie:iIu th A. Haiubi riser (slnnloi,
Bi.iutur, by her c lulu ilee-d ol' hum
il.iinl the Hth dav or August, A. D. Iss7,
Illed for record on the IlOth day of August,
A D. PsS7. and iccuided In book II No.
21.', at pace 2.'i.l. Ill the olllee of the in.
1 order of deeels of .laikson lount), Mis
eoiiil, ut Kansas Cll), iuiivo)oi 10 me,
liter A. Hunker, tiustie, tin- follow iip,
di -1 rlbed lauds and teuemeiits situate 111
J. u Kson county, Missouri, namely: All
..ii'i-ini' ni,' -el, l.2'nisi..t. ......
r..ie, .i. .... ....'. .
In le-.ihon oc non-pui, meni or said not.-; now.
Hu refine, notice n hereby ipven that, as
itiiu. steel by the b-B,il bolder of s.iiii noli,
1, Wnller A. Hunker, mild tiustee. villi ptu
icid 10 sell, and will sell, at public vendue,
to the hlKlnst blddei, fur cash, tin said
1 inds and tenements, on the 21sl day uf
January, A, D. I sua, between the horns
or nine o'cloek u. in. and live o'i lock p.
in, nt nn- w-hi nuiii mini- 01 inu ruite-d
Slates custom house, In Kansas City, In
said Jneksnn county, .Missouri, to p iy
Mild iinlelitiilness and e.xpi-ini-s or sale,
WALTClt A llDNKKlt, Tiuslee.
Cook iii Oosted, Atty's.
UNION DEPOT TIME CARD
II.M.MIA, ST. I. (II v,
lll.NVI.lt, .ST. I'At I.
Chnlr Cnri Proo,
SI and lull L'nlon tv.
Adilffsi U Oltlt. A (1 P. A.. liansasUtv.
Inmruclloiis All tr.ilni lUlly tuilen iiiamMi
", PXei-piStitiJajri ' s," Sunday mili ' ot
ie ISattirdayi -y ' except .Monday, !,' Hn
imluy only, lint column, loavei second column,
liA.NNIIIAt.lt ST. JO It. It.-ll11rllng1.1t1 Ibiut,
1- n . 11 ,r,'",n?i u,Me- Arrite.
U r A . Ilrook lb-Id ex, . ximpm Aior).iui
Aihuitl. Ptpn-is ctioam pihim
t lilcigo last iralu 1:11 .. 5 mi pin s.W 1 in
si L. uu cxpross C 1.1 pin t.io.im
It AM V II I l.N N KltltASICA llurllliRloit Ho'lV
Dftnii it Iv C ex , Lin
coln, llllllllal f. 1'llfjet,
Molina .,,., IO:Wain TMn-u
K C. JT JOi: A, ait'NCIL lll.Ui'F UlS
Onmlui A St. 1' fast nutL lliwnm ivinm
lowatxpre.s I.Mpm le.lilam
Oiunliiixinus mis n in SJiiam
'' mini 'LViam imiiin
llenverex (anew iralti). 'luuiam ijviitj
'L'nuiircilnnii outvveeu l.cavenwortli aiidKau
CIIICAllO, HOCK ISLAND A PAI'II'IC I!. IS.
Trains i:.it uf Jli.vni. 1 j-u-,.,
Jll CllfO IIMl' UKU'I! Xlhll
llilcago Inilnl ...... 6 II pin lO.igam
1 1 tins West of Missouri Itlvcr
ltutrlk.MlHilt,t.-t.v rlli Id mn in rejiiim
!J?,".V.rt."'.,.bJl.'1."'l,1" ni'-Winn y'ri'ia
Wirhlti I T il't. Worth tliuim vT.n.i
Missoula PAril'lu K lt.-- rains li'iVt
win. 11, e iu,-,i ,v 1-ilPOIU 10 Ma m J-.Wpm
.siau ana esui-ess t iii , ...
St. Louis liny express ... m no., ,
I.tinitci! nlglii exprsix .. aupin
I axtiiuitl ii.is-o-uuer .. . IMIntii
Lexliutlon A St Louis ex 1. V, 11 m
ColeyvllleA roloraiiei .. 10 II .1111
Coney llio ft U'lciilt l . . n vu p in
,. Trellis South.
Joplln. I't. Scon A. v(" 1 a I ui .1 in
Joillln A Texns ex lu-Main
Joplln A Texas t. .... TOJpm
f 1 p in
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lo.u'i a ut
A, I'i pin
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11 .v. pin
i l.'.i m
I' nl p 111
I .11 1 111
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piiinliaA con. Ilr. day ox
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IV. I , M, .lo-opll i. .. iu in. 1 in
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f- tip 111
Si 1 in
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enec; (. iimru-Mrv . . 7 Slum ft.Oum
Till! WAIIASli UAII.IIO.Ml CO.VIl'ANV.
St. Irfinls Ai'hii-agopx .. suo.itn T IDpt'i
S I. NV 1,1111 n ... .xlO.ulam xCunlpni
K C. A. CTilcagoex ... I, .011 in
. , . CIIICAHO AND AL'llIX
( lilraito .1 st Louisex... 1. nam
t I1lc.11nll111li1.il . . .. ruin in
1 10 11 m
s .in 1 VI
St. I.ouls A cidi.ii-oex. f IS nm III a 111
!''s"iSCITV. I'OUTSCilTTv ML.UI'IIH IJV
lurid 1 Cast .Mull HI ti .1111 t- onu 111
ll.u 1 Monvtiii-.x Clinton .xlinviam Mini in
liiepw.iter.iecuin . . ' -Tip 111 in l.'i.itu
I lirrolne aciiim .. , ri.tn p 111 It 0.1m
Suburb in p.iss.,ii;er. ... x tl nip in 7 Main
.'opllll A New Oi-li, un. Ill Oil 11 111 T OS l m
MLShOCIII. KANSAS !i TUNAS KAHAVAV
Ie.iH mall. . ., i-,im h .11 pin
lexasexuress 11 ol n 111 T .2.1:1 11
,, , UNION IMI'H'ICIIAILVVAV
I'aplllp Coast limited . u ui ,1 m R-UDpiti
He-Ill or A I a! ex . .. (i II p in t isl uui
ATCHISON. 'HHM'.KA A SAN I' A I'L 11V.
i:.mL of Mlssriurl llle-i.,
Coluniljlauevpinss il .tip 111
Al l.llll lc express I! 1IJ a III
Curt .M.iillsuii loial x7.'slam
f :to.i in
1 .:hi p tu
C'.:ji p nt
X5.JJ 11 m
West of Mlssouil llu
Texas pxn-iiss Mum 4 20 11 111
Sotitliern K.iiih is pass. . v. 10,1 in f2Jpiii
Color ulo A L'lah llm . li.OOam t put
C.illtoiiili llm I. '.nil in MU pin
Moxlen A Callfornl 1 ex . 2HIim lilUaui
r.mporl 1 passenger (20pm xll-.siuiu
Topeiiaexpirss I JO 11 in 11 II 1 m
I'auhandlu express .... lihipin 0 .1 m
11I1I.1 A lioili;u ( lty ex . l).2up:ii 220.127.116.111
GUAM) CENTRAL DEPOT. Snilaml WtamhttJ
CIIICAI.O (!lti:T WHbTKItN KAILWAV
ChL. st Paul A. Mltiti. .. lUiiQam l 1X1 p 11
SI. Jo, lies M A I lilrtiBU T.tXpui IMSIalu
St. Jo. Ill's M A. Chicago II I'I pill
KANSAS (ITV, OSCHOI.A & SOUTH IIK.V.
Clinton A oceoia ex. . .'iiiopm la 211am
KANSAS ( Il'V 1'ITTSIIUIbi AOULI-' UY.
l'lttHiiV Jnnllii, Ncosliu Il.tpJam J l" p nt
Accouiiaciil.itloii Hii.un t:lpui
All OIllMloil llloll X 7 UJ p 1U 'U)UU1
Leave Tin sd.iys, Thursdays and Saturdaya
Airlve Monii i)s Viilnesda)s an I l'rld.vvs
GRAND Al'EHUE DEPOT. 22ml St
CHICAI.O MILWAUKKi: A. ST 1'Al't. IIY
Chloino I'.iH-e'naor .... xlMfiam s;isp m
Clitlllcotno Hxpress :. . 111) p 111 Id 13 am
Iviili-tes Clli .V litilepeiiilein e vlr l.lilo.
lii-pou 2nd and IVyamlu'.lu and 2nd uud Walnut
Kansas III)- A. Iiidcponiloiii 0 It.ipld I r.llislt
Depots I5th !i-ei station, t.'tli SUcel Siatlua
I'lll btieel station
TKI'STHL'S SAI.I?-Wheie.i8. llrumMcu
T. H.iejo), ill illiln.ii 1 it-il man. b) his tb-'l
of ti ust, .l.i t . el Am II lot It. lIC-i,, and ul. I
for retold and leiordotl uu llu mill 'I iy
of Ma), I sst). In the ullli o or Un- r irdtr
or d-ids feu Jackson couul), Mlsnullll at
Kansas City, lu book Jl 17U. 11 pi- bii'.,
conveyed to the underMKiicil trustee thu
fallow Im; ilescllbeil le'.ll esliile sltil.tl.'il III
the county uf .Lie ksou, stale of Mlssou-I.
lo-wlt. Lot uuinlii r lhlrl)-livi- ("). In bio 1c
nunibtr iwu (.'), In H.iht Dundee, .111 nd.ll
tlon to the city uf Kulisus, us s.il.l hu 11
marked and th .simian tl on Hit- r. . 1 ' I
plut tjf f.lld .e.l.lilKiii, In trust, to "llIO
tin- payment of tv,o piomlssorv not. s m
said ib od of tiust desi'ilhetl. and. win r. .1 .
defuult has been ui.u'.i 111 th pivin. nt ot
one of saltl iioti'M, lo-wlt: thu mi. p 0 dd
In two y. ais from Its dale-, ami also II
liiti-iest on ihe .unit- sin, e Apul 'uh. IS'-'.
nnd all of the same remnln-i uupaiil. now.
therefore, public notice is limb) ctveii
lhat at Ihe rio.ti.st of the hk.i1 hoM-r
and owner uf s-ild note, and bv xliti f
the power and uutlioilty vcstnl In in- by
i-,lld deed of trust, I, tilt- utuii islmn d
liustoe. will on the Oth day of J.inu.ii,
lsi, between the hours ot nine oM.uk '11
llio forenoon and live o'clot k lu tin ifn r
noon of that day, sell the above di-sulhul
real estate at public vendue m tin- hlnle st
blddt r, for '.i.sh, at Ihu fiont loot uf Ihu
county couit house in tin- Cltv of Kan n.
lncksun lount), .Missouri, Ik-Iiik th. south
rront door or the county 1 nun b..u-e -lt-unted
In tin block hounded by ml. an I
Locust sin els and Mb-suurl iivenui) and
Fifth street, in Kansas City, Jacki-on 1 nun
iy, Missouri; itiiid sale to be mini" to- Um
pilipost. of s.ltlsfvlllK taltl unpild In -dehtetlness
ami the costs and expenses of
e.xucutlni,' this ttusi.
lII?NltY N. i:SS. Tiustee.
r?3s .V; CeorKen, Attotueys
TlttlSTHiyS SALK-Wh. leas, A. II.
Coylu nml M.ny A. Coyle, his wile, bv tin ir
ileed Of trust, dated Ihe llisl iluj't.! M neb,
A. l. IsiW, Illed lui lecurd the 7th 1l.1v of
Mutch. IS'J'J. mill li.uided lu tin oilu 1 uf
Iccoieler ol deeds leu Jut kneii tulil.li ,MK
niurl lu buck 11 No. S&2, put,. i'i e unit) id
to the mult lalKneil liust.e cut. tin n.il t -late
lvlnij und In bu; t-lluuli 111 the , ,111111
of Jin kun. In the stale of Mi. wmi, ml
tlescllbcd lS follow.!., to-wll. All of lut
two 2), In A. H. CuMo's ltUhl.Liid Siini;
iiililllltin, an atltlliliui 10 Uu ' n J ut K.m.-..n
City, MihUllllI, US till Millie Is nf 11 mil lu
Ihe iitoidei's ollit 1 of niltl count , 'w hi. h
tlild deed uf oust was iliutle m hniiu iho
pa) inonl of 11 cet tain piumlt-sui) uoto
llicroln ilescrlbcd, and, win run., uu- pim
clpal uiitl inteieit uf snbl rot. have In -1
nine duo mid now icmulii 111. paid now,
iheicfore, notlie Is hcre-by i.lvtii t li.it I,
the iiiiili'isli-ind Ii listen, will bv v III in- of
Ihu pnvM-io In me veMi-d by raid net -I an 1
in uecoi Inn-1 with tin- ti-itn- and pioils-
lalis lilt I' of. ullli at tliu U tllll st uf thu
lot-iil bolder und owner of suld note, pin
cectl to nil 'he lull estute ilieriln tie.
ScllbCtl III Pllblit VellllU. IO lllc hlKlll'st
bidder, foi cusdi, at the south flout iloor of
the count)' couit huiije lu the illy of Kan
sas City, J.ulisun colnty, MbMuiri, 011 tho
lllll .lay of Janunr), A D. 11, btiwion
the boms of nine u't lot k in the foicnuou
and live o'doik In the iift.inuon of said
day, to pay oil und siiUsiy s.ilil uolu with
Intel est, tuijellier with tho 1 usts and ex
penses of exceiltliiB this trust.
1 L. Tlt.MllCI!, Trustee.
Walter W. Davis, Attorney.
Till HTKK'H SALU Whereas, Amy II,
Stew ait and James A. Slew.irl. her bus
ban, by llulr ivii.ilu deed uf trust dated
the lilh da) of December, lto-u, and Illed
fur i.-coiil oil the 10th day or I). cumin r. A.
D. :), und te orded In book "11" number
ll.il, ul p.iK' Itt-"'- In the olllee uf tho in older
ul dot ds in JaikMiu tuiiiit), ut Kuusa
City, MUsnurl, ciiiiveyed to ihe mulct slKned
tiustee. all of lot ivvinly-tvvu 122). I?.
Chcllis' icsurvty ol Chcllis and Dudley's
Hist piililltiuu lo tho Ciy uf Kunsiis City,
Jackson loiial). Mlssouil, uml now situ,
atid lu the ptceuit cuipuratu limits nf (bu
illy of Wc'slpott, In said county of Jack
mn, to sfi'iuo the payment of une princi
pal iiioiulssor) uolu and Interest notes uj
111 suiil deed of tiust doscilbed, ami, where
as, said pilueipiil nutu Is now past due and
unpaid! thcnloie, lu i-tinseiiu-neo of ihu
default ot the payment of said ptluclpal
note, at the luipieat of the lecal holilcr und
owner of the t.ild note, 1, U. c. Dovvin,
trustio as aforesaid by virtue of the poiv.
cis Klven, me ,by ,t-ile ileed of trust, will
proceed to sell t ,.- ubuvu described real
estate, at public miction, to Ihe highest
bidder, fur cash, between the horns of I)
o'clock In the foienoon und 5 o'clock In the
afternoon of Tuesduy, the 22d day of Jan
iiiiy, A. D. 1Kj, at the vvist fiont door
of thu I'nlted htutes custom house in Kan
sas City, In the cuunty of Jackson. In the
state of Missouri, to satisfy hB Bai,i .
debtcdness und tha costB of cxecutlni; this
tiust. D- C. HOWEN, Trustee.
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