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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL THURSDAY. JANUA11Y 17, ISO
TOOK ONE FROMTHE OWLS
fcAJCsAS CITYS AOAtV TI?4KKS IS
THU llOWMN'l TOUIlrtAMENT.
tlio llama Wn Close (tnd lnttrettlng,
Though tlm Score Made Yfn Nut
Itlfth-Mt-iUt Itolli of (toTtrftl
llnbn "twrtlnic Newt,
In the howling tournament taut night tho
tontetlrif trnmi wero the Kaunas Cityn
hiiil tho Owl?, Tho gaum took plnco on
tho (Irnlnl iillej-x, and vvhlln neither of tho
ti'ii ins ban toil up to Its form, tho gamo
vm nn Interesting ono from tho fnct that
It wns nlirnjs close, nhd not until tho
closing frames wns victory assured for
tho Knium Cltys.
Tho llnnl retire wni 2,353 for tho Knilpn!
Cltj s to 3.1M for tho Owls, gtv lug tho win.
tiers n innrnllt of 01 iIiik, nearly nil of
lileh w-i unltied nftcr tho twenty-third
frame, nt which slnro tho gumo won n
tip. Tho Knhim Cltjii started off ut n
l,oo,l rnlo, gaining it leid of 11 pirn In tho
lint iImj frames, which they incrcuaod io
M plnsjii the truth fntnii', 1 rom tho tonth
to tho fifteenth frame tha Owls gained,
runt nt tho hiilf-wuy post the K' All sua Clljs
li.nl ft load of but '2 pins, Tho Owls did
much tho host work In tho licit tlvu
frames, nnd coming up with u rush, they
lusseii tho Kansas fit 9 and took a lead
of !3 pins nt tho twentieth frame. It be
Iran to look Very much lllto n victory for
tho stock jards men, but between the
twentieth mul twcntj-tlfth fiumes they
Mont nil to piece. while tho veteran'!
I Hilled themselves together, und, bowling
n pood form, wiped out tho lcuil of tlm
Owls, und at tho end of tho twent-llflh
fraino hnd a wlnnlm? lead of 74 pliiM, which
they Increased slightly during tho last
II u. frame.
There wero no particularly hlKli scores
made In tho punt, Oihlnr, of tho Owls,
with WW. and Nichols, of tho Kansas Cltvs,
with 504, wciu thu only men to pass the
6ii murk, though Dickson, Tailor, Curtis
nnd Hell only missed It by iv few pln.
Clark bowled a good, strong gumo, but
DcltrMi wu,i not up to his usu il murk,
nnd, having hard link, flntsbfd with oulv
42.1. Cnptiiln Kendrlclt. of tho Owls, was
.tho low mall of thn giiiim, with but 102 to
Ills credit, l'urley Just escaping tho leather
mednl with tho loW score of 404, the lowest
by many pins eiuT m.ido by him In n
tournament game-. In strikes the Owls
led by one, nnd In spares thu Kansas Cltys
eicclled by seven. In Individual strikes
Dickson and ("lark wero tho leniloui with
nine each, und In Individual spares Tujlor
led with nineteen. Tho scoro:
Strikes. Spares Total.
Nichols G If. 001
Hell o 17 IV.'
Farley 2 11 ,1l
Tajlor B II -U7
XHckson 9 11 4Jii
27 70 2.3S1
Strikes. Spares. Total
7 IS BOS
3 i-i ir.
9 12 170
1 10 402
ti II 4S7
Claik .. .
HOWLINO TOUHNAMUNT ltl.COKD.
Work of tho Different Teams and Via) en
Up to Date.
Won. Lost. Ccnt;
Kansas Cltjs 7 1 7";
Tllcctrlc S 2 .Jll
Bfind.irds 4 4 -M?
Jtellcvuos 4 -f-?
Owls 2 ''"
iViklngs 2 6 .2o0
' highust individual scoitns.
Kansas Clth l!oll J?J
JJleotrlcs Lambert J."
Stnndards Tutllo ;
Owls Dcltrleh "!
I5ello ties Morris g '
VlkliiBS l'edersor. 521
HIOHKST TUAM SCOltUS.
Kansas Cltjs --
Standards 2 519
n tries 2,1$.
Tscllovaes 2 4d
Highest score on Itojal allejs Kansas
Clts. 2 "2
IIlKhest scoro on Gland nlleys Kansas
DOGGETTS WON A MATCH GAME
llicj IJcfeuted the Tnill of tint l)rj (Innils
ItowllliK ( lull mi tho Hii il
Allejs I. ist MrIiI.
There wis an Interesting return match
came plijed on the Itoj.il alleis last om-
lm; between ti ams of the DorKotts nml
Drj Goods How linn club? After a eiy
close contest the Do'Ketts won by the score
of 2,b)7 to 2.111 Mirs was IiIbIi man loi
the Dogiretts and Dickinson for the Dr
Goods Thu sjcore-
Stilkes Spares. Tot
Ilrueck .1 jo 207
Jlarshall S 1 .til
IlnsUlns I 431
Dleklnton 0 12 o,
Borgm in 9 ,s 410
3) 51 2,119
Strikes. Spires. Tot
4 11 407
') ID 4M
7 9 11$
10 11 1T
1 9 31.1
J Gant ..
Jljers . ...
Totals . .
Social lluwliui; Club. '
The weekly roll of tho Social How Hub
Club was held on tho Itojal allejs list
eenlnj,', Thllenlin. wlnnlnir the medal on
the following scoie:
Strikes. Spires. Tot
Thllenlus S 12 4"!
"Waineke i ) ir,
lJinttlmejer , S 9 411
Jlllle 7 10 AV
I.neilbr '! I) 43.'
Issell .", 12 4.")
Gelhuur 9 X 127
Oilman 8 S 427
Kline; , 2 13 111
J Hiehr I 10 405
(' SpuiiKler 4 0 407
Dinuilte :t II 491
Tlionns 1 'I 32
Itnebber 5 10 37:.
r Spanffler r t fa
Y Haer 2 9 .30
llleetrlr HoulIiiK riiib.
The weekly medal roll of thn nisctrlo
llowllnir Club was held on the Hrunswlrk
nllejs list cvenlnK and pome umisunlly hlith
Frores werp made .iimbert won the medal
nlth tho hlKli mark of rw, and Lord was
u sood pecond with 5"S, The scoip.
nuiM't!. rpares, ioi
I Sielu , ,,
JjmL imulap ,
IflT foutier ,
1 Nelson .
World llowllii? Club.
The new World HowlliiR Club held Its
first loll on the Hrunswlrk alles last een
liur lie the nut rs did well for beiln.
ners .u the Bame Lew won tho medal on
tho follow Ins score;
oinaes, tspures, lor.
I.evy 1 17 4i.2
M'hltmnn 9 in -lis
Tirumlieo . I SSI
Smith 2 n 3-'1
Cicel .1 7 220
Morils . , 3 r. sot
Gondnnn .. 2 4 201
Moiinttortt , 1 I 2SI
HIU 2 3 2S3
Ittial's (Ipliiluii of nomliio.
rred Tainl pajs that ho rect I v oil Jlfhlu
for rldl'iK (Ho winner In ths Ilrookljn hand.
Icnn and tl.uOO inch foi tho Metropolltim
uiul Suburban, both on Hamapo. Tied
lias n. LiintraLt with tho Kienea this seu.
ton for a salary of J18.000. with thu nrt.
lei-o uf nutsido mounts, 'ip thinks that
Ilnrcus Paly with secu' coud (.all on
Ids biilcia. Tuiul ' ,t In Now Oi-
leans for tho win .Ins, taking un
occnblon.il mount opportunity of.
fcrs. Ho now web l pounds and will
reduce four poum u short Hint.
SnenkliiB o. th( jrses ho has ridden,
Taral s.is: "I tonsider Domino tho fast.
rbt hoiso I oer mounted, as well as the
fastest 1 have eer seen on a truck. Henry
of Kinauo Is pcihups u bullti cam.
liaUner, but ho has not tho speed that
humliio has. Domino wus not rlBht when
ho went to tho post for his matches with
... ...... TIM... llln in HI. i.nirri li.i, I.I....
lie was In no shapo for ruclni; there, und
een jiow Ids foot Is not qultu rlsht.
"Ho Is a dark brown, almost a blu-k, and
a splendidly formed horse. Hi Is ery
broad oer the withers und has Immense
quarters Ho Is a preat weight carrier,
thouKh he does not look llko one, for he
has a ery Ions neck. I am conllrtent that
he Is dead eame, and that he will go a dis
tance, for twice In his great races I hao
fsii that lie was beaten three-sixteenths
from home, unA yet won with him fcfter i
dMVo from thorn to the nnlsn.
"I. think Balvallon nnd Aitltalornre thP
comlnit a-ycur-ol Is, They nre both. Rood
ones, which, I think, will train on, and they
rp ny two Rreat slrei. Halvallon Is by
Hslvator nnd AJritstur Is by Kxlle, All ths
fet of Exile that I have seen aro Rood ones.
rats him thp best sire In the country.
Tho Mum-. Keenp hnv a ry fust younn
ster In th J.year-old brother of Domino
Netr Orleniis llncei.
New Orleans, Jnn, 10 Thlrt.fourth day
Orescent City Jockey t'lub winter meet.
In. Clotiily; track heavy! attendance fair.
First mee 8lllni?: live and onp.halt fur.
long. rrctdnian. 107 (LelKli), 8 to 1, wont
l)r. Heed, lw, (Newcom), 0 to 1. eerohd;
Vv I,, los. S to 1, third. Time, l!.
1 1. Va
102 (Clavton), ( to 1, won; IlusM'p, lof
(lnn), 7 to 1, second! Hess MoDuff, 107
(Thorpe), 8 to t, third, Time, 1 JS1.
Third race -Selllinf, six furlonits, Lord
Wlllowbrook, M (Cnssln), 0 to 1, won: Van
cluse, PS (Onrdner) 1 to 1, second! On
Audrain, 03 (aherrln), 3 to 1, third. Time,
Fourth race Selllne! sir fiirlonps, MIs
Mamie, 100 (Cnscln), o to 2. won! Klndora,
105 (I Hill), 2 to 1, second, Satinet, 102
(Venn), 10 to 1, third. Time, i:24'4
Fifth race HellltiK! seven and one-half
furlongs, Henry OwIev, 102 (Hnrold), 6 to
1, won: Chnuncpy, 102 (Walsh), 10 to 1, se.
ond: Alibi, IKi (Thorpe), 3 to 1, third, Time,
jinn PriiticUcii ftnees.
Sin rrnnclsco, Jnn, 10 The races to-day
were run off In a pourtm: rnln. Dolly Me
Cone was the only fnxorlte to win. In the
fourth rice Kxnmlher ran away twice and
the hnres were Mnillly stirted without him.
lie wis .ii to i in trie upturn;,
First rice Five furlong; maidens,
Mnv McCarthy, 100 (Sloan), 3 to 1, won:
Arundel, 101 (Cnrr), 2'4 to 1, econd: Hed
will, !" (10111), 11 to B, third. Time, 1'12.
Second race Six furlongsj selling Guid
nloiine, 1M (Chorn), .1 to 1, won; Vurjeir
D, 102 (Cnrrl, (1 to Ii, second: Mjron, SI
(Hoe) 10 to 1, third. Time, l'TO
Third rnre Seven furlongs: hnndlcnp
Quirt, 91 (Coekr.m), 4ij to 1, won: .Monti
letu, SS (lom), 0 to 1, econd, Zolnli, 101
(riiorn). S to 1. third Time, lMl'fc.
Fourth race Five furlones, milden.
Cirnnde. D (Isom), 1 to 1, won: l'rlneo
Idle, 102 (Cirr), 2i- to 1 second; .tlm Cor
bett, 102 (llenrj), 20 to 1, third. Time not
Fifth rnce Five nnd one-half furlonKsj
soIIIhr Dolly McCone, 101 (Carr), B to n,
won: Vulcan, ins (Smith), 2 to 1, second;
Nliirnra, 102 (Chorn), 2'i to 1, third. Time,
1 21ij Q
I lie ipnrtlilK otes,
"Hnldv" Sllch, n well known basclnll
plajer, Is dead at St. Louis.
Colonel Jacob Ituppert h is mndo n num
ber of entries In DiiRllsh events, mostly for
Theodore Winter's stable I wintering nt
Iteno, Nev , Instead of In llllnol", ns was
the case list year
Fain nnd Andy Highlands will lm Prince
ton's two Independent pitchers this venr.
Pain plaved In tho light field last ear.
The statement Is made that Anil row
Freetlman hns puichnseil the New ork
Ilincbnll Club, poIiir J01.000 for tho stock.
The iiinml htnnd of the Hiltlmore Uaso
lull Club wns clestro: eil by firo lost Mon
dny. H was the fourth stand burned with
in a ear.
It Is reported that Sim nnd Dick Dop
Rett after a visit to their father's rnnch
In WvomliiR, will ro to San Francisco nnd
probibly rlile there
Wllllim Lakelind, who trains for the
Messrs Kcene, has cone to Kentucky to
Inspect the forty-two cartings which his
emplojers have thtie
The sprlnir meeting of the Ontario Jockey
Club will begin on Mny 21 nnd continue
until Siturdiy The queen's plite will bo
run for on the first div
Starter Caldwell will handle the flip at
the Detroit running meetlnr, v hlch opens
April 1, for twenty-four dijs. John J
Cirter mnv preside at the stand
Itintln, WUcIrt, Ulakclv nnd Draper uro
the 'il ciutnlns repcetlveli of Vale, Har
vard, Fnlver"ltj of J'e.insjlvnnl.i. nnd Will
iams Old Nassau has not jet Uectcd a
Chirles W Moore his boiiRht of J W
Mooie the thoroughbred mares Sllpalong
(dam of Oakwood) and The Governos
HltpalmiR Is heavy In foil to Imported
Van Klrkman, of Nashville, Is the moving
spirit In Detroit's new rielng venture.
Colonel Jink I'rlce, mm of Lntniiln's Ju
dlclnl staff, will be the presiding judge at
the Detroit meeting.
Du M lurier's sensitloml novel Trll
15," seems to be erv pojiulnr In turf cir
cles Already three of the 2-jeir-old (lilies
entered for the Oakley stakes have been
nimed after the novel
GENERAL MOSBY'S COMMAND.
Kiuulim of the Members of the Old t'ortj
tblrd 1 ittlllloii at Alotunilrlii,
Alexandria, Vn , Jan. 10 The survlvlngj
members of Mosb.v's comnnnd, the Fort
thlrd battalion, Virginia cavalry, held a re
union hero to-iljv Among the distinguish
ed membeis of the command present wero
Colonel J I. Mosbj, Lieutenant Colonel
James J Chipman, Major Dolly ltlchards,
Captain r He.ittv, Di A. Winter, Charles
11 Deer, Hillings Stcele.grandson of Francis
Siott Kej, the romiioser of the "Star
Spingled It inner;" .lolin G. Ileckham, the
originator of the leunlou, nnd many other
cllstliigulshed o.-CnnfederatOH. Such a
scene was never witnessed as the reception
of Colonel Mosbv, Colonel Ch ipman nnd
Maloi Hlch.uds on their entrance Into the
The walls rang with the old familiar reb
el veil which brought the tears to tho
eyes of many of the men who had not
seen their old commander since they sep
arated at the closo of the war. During tho
dn the old familiar Southern airs were
dlhcouised bj a fine crehestra Many pa
thetic scenes occurred during the da, when
the bojs threw their arms mound their old
commnnder nnd tears rolled down theli
cheeks. The meeting was presided over
by J. II Alexander, of Leeslmrg.
Just befoio tho bann.iietliR hour the
members of the omnium! nsstmbled for
the purpose of effecting a permanent or
gantzitlon nnd Colonel Mosby was unani
mously clotted i oinni mder.
HER SKULL FRACTURED.
llertlia llridiou Kinhicl Injuries l.y a
lull I mm a 1'orcti 'I hit Canted
II, r Hi HIi.
Hertha Hiadeon, aged 11 jenrs, fell from
tho second stoiy porili of hei homo at
No 1420 I'oplar strut, last night, and
fiacturtd her skull at tho base. Dr. H 11
Vcaiso was Hiimmoned, nnd ho did every
thing that wns possible under tho circum
stances, but tho little sufferer rapidly do
clliud, and died at 1 10 o'clock this morn
ing. WASHINGTON CHIT CHAT.
Tho house pissed tho bill gnntln-r a
light of way to tho Kansas city, okli
noma &. Vadllo Hallwnv Compiny
through Oklahoma Tho road Is to com
mence at CoiTejvllIe and run through
Guthile and Kingfisher A Blmllar bill
was lepoited favor,ibl In the senate es
terdaj by Senator Vest. This is the bill that
passed last sisslon and tho president ikk
lt'Cttll to sign It,
H, J. Hreunon, of Ardmore, nrrlved to
secure legislation upprovlug coal leases In
tho Choctaw country
BRIEF ITEMSBY WIRE.
Salem, Ore,, Jan, 1C Hath branches of
the legislature met In Joint session to
day. The otu for governor wns canvassed
and William 1'. Loul declirf-d elected
Governor I'ennojer then delivered his Una)
messago to the legislature, after which
Governor Lord was sworn In by Chief
Omaha, Neb, Jan. 16. Something over
6,000 people attended a publio reieptlon
tendered Senator-elect Thurston at the
city hall to-night In recognition of his el
evation to tho United Suites senate, Judgo
Thurston and .Mrs. Thuruton stood under
it canopy of Amerli.in lings In the rotunda
of tho building while the ciowd Biirged
past and rrnsped the senator's hand. No
speechmnklng was Indulged In, The Thurs
ton llllles wire guests of honor,
Brooklyn, Jan, 17,-1:15 n. m The sttlko
was declared oft on tho DeKnlb and Frank
llil avenue trolley lines this morning, These
lines constitute what Is known ns the
Hiookln City lc Newton Itnllroad Com
pany, Colonel John M, Partridge Is presi
dent. The settlement was biought about
through the agency of Major Schleren and
State Arbl.ratlon Commissioner Teeney,
Colonel Vurtridge says that this Is prac
tically a back-down on tho part of the
men, as he has conceded no pertinent
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN
IM'SUAIXY l.AltClE HMHII-TS tIK
nous at Tin: yaiidh tmi:itiivv.
Otrr 10,000 ltngf lteiPttprt This Week, nn
Increase of t .1,000 Over the Silmo
lime t,ut lenr-tlmid llreves
Vrorn Knnsns-ln With
Th way hogs enme Io the nrd yrater
dny wis a surprise to every one, It 1ms
been tho general liiipreFlou of late that
tlm countiy wns bnro of hogs nnd most
shipper, lnce tho llrst of the jenr, have
been reporting nil fut boss run Notwith
standing this tint receipts were nearly
20,000. the largest January receipt since
l'91. Bo far this week the nrrlviils have
been over 40,oyo, or about 15 090 more thin
tho miiiH time last J far To be sure the
quality of tunny Is poor, but there nre still
a good imny g6od hogs coming, notwith
standing the failure of the coin .rop and
scarcity and high price of that grain.
The BohwarMchlld & Suliberger Company
litis been taking odvantniie of the recent
freoxe und has gathered nearly 10,000 tons
Kansas continues to Bend In some very
handsome beeves, Vesterduy Jumes Jin
chanan. of lteno county, ivus here with
seventy tine exporters of his own feeding.
They wero ripe und smooth. They aver
ngeti l.u'Jl pounds and were sold by the
Kansas City Live Stock Commission Com
pany, nt J5.IX), the highest price of the da),
i'hey were fed 110 iln, and made n gain
of over three IHluniln tier ituv. nml nnbl nt
an advance of tl I013'i per ewt. over their
cost price here as fe'edeis last Septembe
V. O, l'eters Is In Texas for the Uva
M. H Mos. Clinton county
our' imer iceoers yesieranv.
Al Foreshoii, Osage county. Kas , came
In yesterday with cattle ond hogs
Link it Jnck. Llnkvllle, Mo, wero here
eteidny with cattle. They pay the nuni
ber of c ittle feeding In Platte eollnty Is a
third shorter than Inst J car. Hogs nearly
all run Corn, 33ft 40c.
J P. nien, Home, Kns , hsd In hogs
f terd iv
Chnrles Townsdln, Cloud countv, Kus ,
was on the nrds eterdny with hog.
Joe Scnnnell, llnrrl. JIo., was In js
terday with cattle. He reports the number
of cuttle ret ding In Sullivan county onc
hnlf short, but more hogs than last year.
Corn, 43 cents.
W. W. Scott, Smlthvllle, Mo., got feeders
here yesterdav Ho says there are not ro
mniiv cattle feeding ns last year In Clay
county. Hogs most run. Corn, 33 cents.
Fred Schoonmnker, Lone Springs, la , wns
nt the jard jesterdny with feeder Ho
reports cattle a balf short In his section
Hogs plenty. Corn, 10 cent.
J O Conpor, 7 P, t'llery and T'llory
Iiros., Carbondale, Kas. were In vesterday
with cattle and hogs. Thev say cattle are
one-third short In Osige county. Hogs In
good supply. Corn, 40 cent.
J. Hockhold & Hro . Llvlnrton, Mo,
were here nfter feeders jcitcrdnv
J. W, Henn nnd H Carlson, Llnborg, Kns.,
hnd In hoe-s jesterdnv
S It. Tlmmons, Pottawatomie countv,
Kb , wns here vesterday with cattle lie
reports the number of cattle feeding in his
countv a third short. Hogs not over Do per
ent of list jeir's suppl. Corn, 40 cent.
Stock doing well
llnlley Humphrey, ltockvllle, Mo , were
In jesterdny with cattle nnd hogs
John Jlurke, Muskoge, I T , hnd In hops
Proctor, Swindler ,t Co and Stephen Car
nt, Hrajmer, Mo, cime In esterday with
hogs and heep
S. D, Hul!7. Chllllcothe Mo , wis at the
viinl vest"rdny with cattle
Heed & Leton, Horton, Mo , hnd In cat
tle nnd heeji vesterdiy
A. C Olln nrazleton, Ki, cime In with
W G Wills. Neosho, Mo , was here yes.
tcrdav -with hogs
Smith &. Welch Nelon N'eb , were here
yestenliv with rittle anil bogs
J rink. Ciwker Cltv Kas, was at the
yards jesterday with hogs
Ilciltlin nml Piinrrnls.
Tho funeral rervlces over tho remains of
John J .Schnofci who died nt id; homo,
M4 Hast Tenth street, on Mondiy, wero
held jestctdi aftcinnon at 2 o'i lock, the
Itov J JI Cromer olllclitlng The burial
was In Unlod eemettrj Mi Si bi.eici was
a uatlvo of Germuny, but bad lived main
j eais In Kansas Cits. Ho was 72 years of
ugo His home wa-s ovlp a sin ill stuie,
which he Kept
Km In Thompson, n 12-e.n-old ihlld of
J H Thompson, a clerk In thn iiostolllee,
dlfl jtstenbij at the honu of hei patents
at !17 Wabash avenue Tho funeral serv
ices will bo held nt 9.10 o'clock to-morrow
morning ut the Holy Name (hurch at
Twents third street nnd CoIIpro avenue
The burial will bo in lAount St. Mary's
Jtrs Caroline Anschirt7 died jesterdav ut
her homo at 1417 VIi ginl i avi nue, nred U
eais Tho funeral senicis will bo held
nt 2 o'clock to-morrow aiternoon, nnd
the burial will Iim In lllmwood c eint ters
The lcmalns of William Ja thecuwboy
who died nt All Saints' hospital on Tui.h.
day, weio placed in the vault In nimvvood
eemotoiv jesterdny Jaj's honto was in
The l cumins of Walter K Oarllnghouso.
who died nt EMS Huclld avenue on Tuesday
night, will bo taken to-night to Hmporln,
Kns, for buriil GarlIiiglioue wns 21
j eats of use, and wns married but four
months ago He was In tho emptor of the
Tleui'in Hn veils Printing Conipin, nnd
was a n;eml)"r of Victory lodge No 305
Knights of I'jtlitis Ho was lakon 111 with
congestion of the brain, nnd died two das
John A. Welton, a 10-5 ear-old boy, died
jesterday at his honiu at Twents-fourth
and Onk struts The funeral services will
hn hi Id at 2 20 o'clock this afternoon, and
tho burial will be In Union cemetery
Tho funeral services over tho lemalus of
Mrr Dora Kohn. who died nt tho home of
he i daughter, Mrv ". Negbaur 901 Hast
blNtcenth street on Tuosdav, will be held
ut that residence at 2.30 o clock this nftci
noon Tho burial will bo In I'.lmwood cm
cm y Mrs Kohn was tho mother of Mrs
Negbaur nnd .Mrs. J Wollmnn
John Detwller formerlj u lesldent of
Kansas I'ltv, died nt l.lnnnus. Alo his obi
homo, on Tuesdny evening Inst, His death
was caused by a oompllcntlnn of dlea"s
He wns tho father-ln-liw of J A Wright,
n real estuto agent of this clt Mr. Det
wller wnH a member of thn Masonic older,
tho A O t W. and the Knlchts of Pstli
lus Ho wan for over forty vears a promi
nent man, polltlcnllj and otherwise', in tho
county In which hu lived Tho funeril
will be held to-day Mr Wright left for
Llnncus jesterday nfternoon.
Florence, Kas., Jan. lfi Frank Hill,
while cutting timber near Wunsevu jes
terdaj, wns knocked down by a falling
tn, tlm saw striking his neik nnd sever
ing his Jugular vein. 'I he body was taken
to Peabodj to-duj for bililal.
Independiuce, Kns, Jnn. 16 (Special)
The luunty commissioners havo purchased
a farm six miles southeast of town and
will lit It up for n county poor farm. Pre
vious to this the contract for keeping the
poor of the county has been let to the low
Independence, Kns., Jan 1C (Special.)
"Dorothy" or "The Dairy Maids" Is to be
piccnud at Pa lie's opera house In this
tltj by home talent, January 17 and IS,
under tho dliectlnn of Henry Newton The
benefits will go to tho Young America
bund of this place
Independence, Kns, Jan, 1C (Special,)
Another gas well was struck jesterdns on
tho liurr fium near town at a depth of
about 1,200 feet. It Is not as strong as the
Greer well, which was developed nliout a
month ugo, but Is much utrongei than niiy
well In Ue eastern field,
Fort Seott, Kas., Jun 10 (Special.) The
statu of D, A. Huine at Kimball, a little
town nliout thirty miles fiom here', was
burglarised last night by two men who
were seen In the vicinity of tho store, Tho
thieves secured a rich haul of jewelry,
gloves nnd shoes, nnd took only the best,
Pittsburg, Kns., Jun 10. (Special,) Jesse
Hail nnd a companion wero nrrestid last
night by Special Policeman Clint Webb In
tho act of entering the property of W. II,
Jt. Dubois, vlco president of the Pittsburg
und St. Louis SMno Company, 'Jhey
claimed they were trjlng to Hud a placo
Atchison, Kas, Jun. 16 The new tele
phone company now being organised In
Atchison already has 10 subscribes, but It
vvl not commence operations until sou
names nre secured, Its prices uro S2i per
j car for Instruments. V, M. lluker Is
president and J, W. Sharnrd is treasurer
of the new company, Hoth aro prominent
citizens of Atchison and aio determined
to make a success of the enterprise. They
will use the Harrison telephone. The Mis
souri and; Kansas Company has 250 sub
MISS GING'STWIN SISTER,
t allure of I'lsn to Trsp lliivwsnl, Ac-
eiKed of Miiriterlng t'nlher-
Minneapolis, Jnn. 16. The' stntoapntnn;
n. little surprise on Hurry llnyvviird, nc
Clipcil uf I lie murder of Ontlierllio (UliK,
when Miss Julia Qlnrf, of Auburn, .V, Y
a twin sisicr of the murdered vvomm
und nlmost pxnetly llko her in npponr.
mice1, wns suddenly nml without warn
ing; ushered Into llnywnnt'n ptesinco nt
the countv Jill, The stnle's nttorne)
were counting on the ofTect the sudden
appearance of tho mtinleted woinnli's
ilotiblp tnlrjht hnvp on the nttppuiioil
mnuleror. Hut they were grentlj ills
ni)oltited, 1 In j ward's inngnlllcent nei vo
never ilesertod him for nn liitnnt. The
nlnlne's nlpq fillrli tdiiyeil its Mul realnit
cm Hityvvaril nmi to nn Impressionable
riiipru sue iiiigui nave wen iiioiti u iikc
nn nveiiglliit Nemesis ronie back to
earth. Hut Itmry looked tip enttnly,
then, liowlnr? slightly, ho snld "From
niHnrniiers 1 shoiilil sn this wns Ml3
Julia CHmr. 1 this not Mis i tlltig?"
Miss (ling mmle no reply but n nod of
ntllrmntlon ami Iluywaril went on tap.
Idly: "1 ntn very glnd to meet you, Miss
fling, The elrcnmstnnccs nre pectillnr
nnd very unfortunate, but I nm sure
Hint If I eotilil have a long talk with
jolt I could convince you of my Inno
cence In this murder. If I had seen nu
OH the street I should h tve linrdly
known jolt fiotn Kit. The resemblitice
MIm GIiik Kt 111 tnnlntnlned silence, nml
Ilnvwnrd tin il to fill In the gap.
"You rnnnnt think that I inttrdered
jour Blsler?" he i.xltl:
Miss (Hug, In n low voice, but itendv
nnd full of feollnir rimnrked. "t don't
enre to tnnke nny nscrtlons on that
Hnywnnl went on, iletnlllng the busi
ness lelntlons he had with Cutlinilno
liliiK, nnd winding up by exelnlinliih
ngnln Hint It wns Impossible that nny
one eoiild li'dlevo him connected with
the minder who knew nil the facts
"A gient ninny Important things hnve
not been brought out," he nddod. "If t
could have n long tnlk with jou. cither
hero or elsevvheie, I know I could con
vince ion of my Innocence Time will
tell Do Mill think I am guilty"" he
nslted, iik.iIii addressing MIsb fling
"As jou si 'time Will tell'" wns the
The Interview lnsteil ten minutes, Hny
wnnl doing- nil the tnlklng
MIsh oIiib will nttend the trlil, which
begins ueM week. She litis not jet seen
Nnturil (!ii Could Not He 1 unieil (lit.
Clnclnnntl, O., Jnn. 1C A Commer-elnl-an?ette
upceltil from Million, lnd
snys that while the "Wllber company
were pet forming nt the Sweetier opera
house nt a matinee the fnll of the mr
taln broke a natural gas supply pipe,
causing rapid escape of gas The nud
lence escaped snfely and so did the
actors with the loss of their wnrdiobes
All explosion soon followed, blowing out
the end of the opein house, the destruc
tion of which the lire soon finished.
Loss, 520,000 There ivtm no p-ovlslon for
turning off the natural l,-as except by
rilggliiK nnil this pioved too slow.
Overland Passenger Iriln t rerlted.
lteno, Nev , Jan 16. Overland pissengcr
bound west Is reported wrecked nt White
Plilns, about twenty miles east of Wnds
worth It Is impossible to fit nnnj par
ticular, hut reports say the tnln nn Into
an open switch Ono brakeman killed, tho
engineer seilouslj hurt and several pns
sengeis injured It was train No 1, due
In San Kmnclsio nt 10 o'clock io morrow
Captain Keine of Wmnewool, Is looking
for a oountj suit In favor of liN town.
tiiHSTCH'S SALH Whereas default ins
been made In the jiijment of the two cer
tain negotiable promlssury notes md Inter
est thereon described In the ded of trust
made by Hlchard II Wcllei and Lettio
Wellur, Ids wife, dated Februaij stli, Di'.
Hied tor record In the ofllcu of the recorder
of d"cds In and for Jackson county, Mis
souri, at KnnsaJ Cltj, Missouri, Fcbruarj
itb lSb7, and recorded In book R N'o .0;
nt imbu 181, I will. In .icrordmce with the
teims of slid d"id of trust, at the request
of the legal owner and holder of said note.
nruceil to sell the renl estate In s ilcl deed
of trust descrlbcl, situate In the County
of Jackson, In the State of .Missouri vis
All Jf the south half of the southu est quar
ter of section twcntj--foiir (21), In tnv nshlp
fortl-nlne 4J). in rmge thlrtj-thicu (S3) iu
Jackson county (except that portion there
of taken and convtjed for lullwnj ttuKs
and purposes), the 1an 1 In said deid of
trust described b Ing seicntjMlve nnd oti"
liulf (i5i) acres at public vendue, to the
highest bidder, at the court house door. In
the City of Knnns (now Kansas City Mis
souri), being tho south front door of the
Jackson county court house, in Kansas
City In the county of Jnikon, state afore
said, for cah, on Ttiedaj, February 12th,
ISO", between Jhe hours of nine o'i lock in
the forenoon and live o clock In the nfter
noon of tint day, to si -.fv and paj said
notes and Interest and the cost of executing
this trust HF.NHY V KS3. Trustee
NOTICI1 TO HHIDGi: CONTJtACTOHS
Tho undersigned, by order of the county
coiut. will, on Tuesdnj, IVbnnry r., at 2
o'clock on that iliij, at ttu east door of
coiut houso. In Kansas Cltv, Mo, let by
public outer-, to tho lowest responsible
bidder (subject to the nppiovnl of the
loiintj' court), thn building of one wooden
bridge on stone abutments near northwest
corner, northcant quartet of the
southwest quaitor of section 20, town
ship i, rnngo 32, a deposit of two bundled
($200) dollnis lequlred by iuioc-ssful bidder
Speclllcations foi tlio Biime may be seen nt
the lounts survojor's otlb o. In court house,
Fifth and Oak sts , Kansas City, Mo
FHANli J oTLAIlhltTY,
( oil nt j hurvojor
Dited January l.r., I"1?
NOT1CH OF ANNFAL MnHTlNG-Of
flcu of tho lieoluirn Munufacturlng Com
pnn, Houthwest corner Dili and Santi re
rtieets, Knnsas City, Mo, Junu.ir 17th,
W. 'I ho nnnual meeting of the stock
holders of the IHalium Mfc. Co, foi Hie
t lection of directors and tlio trutisictlou
of such other business us mnj como lnforo
It, will bo hold nt tlm otllce of tho corn
inns', southwest corner of 9th and Santa
I'ii Htree.ts, Kansas City, Mo , on Monda-.
the fouith (ttli) dny of 1'iliriinry, 1SJ3, at
tho hour of nine, (S) o'clock a. in.
T. O HDAHAM. President.
S H SPHANATHAN, Secretaij-.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MUHTINO The
nnnual meeting of the shareholders of thu
"Continental Uulidlng and Loan Associa
tion of Kansas City," foi the election of
nine directors, will b held at the oitice of
thu association, In room No. 611, New Un
glund building, Kansus Cltj-, Mo , on Tues
da', the -"2nd duj of Januarj', IS5j, between
thu hours of o a in and 12 m
HDWAItli II. ALLHN, President.
H, H, ALLl'.N. Secretarj-,
Till: ANNFAL MUF.TING of the stock
holders of tho United situtcs Trust Com
puny, of Kansas Cltj', Mo , will hu held nt
thu utllcii of tho coiuimiiy In thu Nuw ork
l.tfo building on I'tlday, tho Hist duy of
I'ebiuaii', 1S.JJ, letweeu tho bourn of 0 n
in, and t p. in , for the purposu of ebctlng
tight trustees, for a term of threu ycais,
and foi tho tiausactlon of such othei busl.
iiess as may Icgullj como buforo tho meef.
liig W. H. CLAHKH. President.
ATOIICU TO S'lOCKIIOLl)KllS-1he .innul
J- meeting ot tho stockholders ot the Mer
cu.ints'Nuitoiiil bank, of Kansas City. Missouri,
will beholdlnttHolllce in the New York Llfu
building, Kansas City Ma, on nturdny.theSuil
day of FuUruarj, lfJ. bitvveen the hours ot ti a
m ,ind 3 p. in . (or tho election ot dlrnton and
triti'ucilun ot any otbei tiuiluetj tint may
legally como btforo theiueellng
' W. II CI.AItKP- President.
KOHN Mrs. Dora, mother of Mrs. II.
Negbuur and Mrs J. W'ollinan, dled ut tho
lesldence of Mis, H, Negbaur, Januarj IS.
l'uiieial held fiom home of Mis, Neg
baur, Ml Hast Sixteenth stroct, Thursdij',
2 to ii in Hurlal at Klniwppd cemeterj',
IIOKSH9 AND YIUIICLB!.
IIOHHIIS wintered !5 per month, sent for
and returned. MAItK b SALISHUHY,
run Hu.i; viim'i:i.lm:oi's.
roil SALH-Cheap-Small photogiaidi
gullery: good outilt; cheap rent; food lo
cution. H. M, Hoge. 3o9 H. 12th at.
WANTCD ilnn with Sft In Imv cnod
ipujliij,' Uusiucas. 215 Amei;au batik bldi,'.
CLARSIflllt) Ami.llllLl,Jll2.1IH In
the .lourilill nre ili.lreil nt the
rnte n' H oents per tttn, ht words
tiinnlty in like n line.
litis rlmrite Is for el isine'iilons
nrrtil "t'ersiniiils" unit 'I'lulrsoj
nnt," tvlileli nre IT, n n tier line,
l)lsl't,AM:t) AllM.lt, r i(i In (be
rlnsitllpit roliimns, If i e.nts per Hue,
solid ilrtote mi istire, hn tuts token.
WANTUD-Tlnvelliir' ru i to cnn.
vns the trn I In low , In "it en 1 till,
mils foi it No 1 renins. ii' I ii idde
line! pelts Itsi If on ii In, ' i i em com
mission, samples r, ,- 'u ; he Ad
Jtinlnble Shade llnli t ''4 ' ' mber
of Cotnnuno bldg , Kmi'is ' i K
WANTLI) lnt dlil lj- l- ews
ngents on rndroid I'sll on floutlier,! Hull
vvnv News Compinv lots I'll, n
ANTIID- Iluul loote ill 1 -n.u.l ookj
hotel rleik, winters und pi rter riu M ipt
WANTI1I) 2 men, sileit n and collec
tor, $12 weikly. a es fib i loom J
YANTi:D-I,nstry took at Hotel Krtser,
A A.Tnil PK'tAI.H III'.M'
WANTHDTo iippicntic, rlt If tie i.lrli
between the nge uf n titul 12 J irs, ti ). nt ti
pony riding with circus nl,o ij to ic
ciiinpniiy nnd look ufler chin r. n in ar
riingllig, ehllduu inu't be a ,ui tub 1 hv
lint i ills or gnat dliin. Apply ici winter
quarters, Argelilllii, Kas
CANADIAN HJII'l.f'l MFN " OITI'TI.
10IU II 12th, cor Wnlnut Tel 1'7J The
best place In K C , Mo , to Hnd hi Ip or rlt
nations mnlo or femnln II J 'r. r,' eyperl
ence. Correrpondenco solicit' d. Itef (1 nab v
Nat. bank. Omaha. Citizen' l nk. K. C.
to itiiN'i nnuHr.
TO HUNT V nice three tmm d veiling,
onlv four blocks from Minnesota nnd
within one block of tvo strciit cir line.
Cill nt the Journal bnnch olllce. In tho
Chamber of Commerce 1 tdg
TO HUNT The very pr' v C loom cot
tage. No 310,1 Holies tn st , rent, Sll pr
month Apiily to L. Mnlse, nt the Journal
otllce. Telephnri No 230
Fort HUNT All lunletn 10-toom house,
1 block rrom 9th t cable, 5-'J, cheapest
rent In tho cits
U M UlllOII r & CO, Mirnnle blrtjf.
to n:vi iio'i.
TO RUNT One ilegint olflco room and
one suite In the Journal bldi. Kent ten
somble Applv to the Jor-nal Co.
TO HUNT Very lesliaMc r loir , with
or without board re,uu ne.it. U'tivirly
block, II tli and Camtibcll.
TO HUNT Nk elj 1 mulshed fron- mom
nitilnble fur two, sti am neat, lirst-clnsi
hoatd Mill Potest live
to itu.vr siibcui.: ji:oui.
TO HUNT Ulegiint ot'lces In the Jourml
lildg at reasonable utea. Aiitly to llu
Journal Co ,
J!IIM:V TO S.O.'Ji.
MDNHY TO LOAN Oltv 'nruovod loans
made, 0 to C per cuit u triejt, according
to Ue Farn loans at niftier inti-. Jti
nunl Interest, within 10 m.li s pro nply
cloed JnmeT L Lombsid, Ilf''t Wdtr
"TiAN'iT PUH CUNT morev on bu 'iw'i
residence and farm pro ict ty in usua Iv ti
vorablo teims Appls to ITni et Heed or
Tbeo Nash, too, Hroa I e i op i'uies buiist.
LOANS made on i-ood iti,,!oecd clt
profieitv, lnisfness ot re-' mi.', at reason
able rite Monev or hind
K U Holmes A Co r,i-Ni - Unt Ind bldg
MONUY TO LOAN on ril t -tato nt cur
rent rates. HlUUUIt ,'h MOOll.:,
Heist bl 1',-.
TltA1SIT.il CIIMi'AMr 1,
cdAsT'iTTxnvl',' ' jin ii",,r.'u''f'
President. Wen iriesileut.
n l nAnm,
MIDLAND 'IllVNSPUH CO 7r l'!it
and baBgage tr.infeued to a. id from all
depots Furniture mm el ai t tncl.ed o,
ixperts 407 nnd 403 Wj.induitu st . Kin
ens Cltv Mo Tel F'7
1.D&T-Ilotweon Hllllene'- Uld 1Jocse'l's.
Mondiv uttornoon, one 'a cod i ii pin
and diamond nnd ruts ling In On iv .s.
Olmsteid envolope I'd di i will be Ibei
allv lownrded bv lo-wlui. "aim with CeJV
A Olmstead, jowclers, 1121 juel lo.o Walnut
T IIAVH unusual faclltt fo. f'l.nlshti1;
reliable Informntlon titniu land- lows,
taxes, piten.e, minis arul ..tii",! ilialrti
for Mexl o Central Aaw'l'a id We. t In
dies Corr pondenee. si llci t I Tel 221
dnj', or '.'231 evenings ii.r r ,"0ge-nenl3.
Udward 11 Young, i'el.n,-e tulllin?.
MH8. L. JtMUS, the w 'I i.novv dalr
ov int nnd trnme neJlum mhv he con
sulted nt 120S Grind eve p.ilcis .',!) in i i)
MHS. l'PLLr.U will In ei ulte l ut
1207Vj Grand nvel ue
SAFES opened and i ..'reu. bui.rht and
sold Coi iblnnt'un loel. lc i ,a aud
changed. 11. lLMtltlf V" r p-ri
Telephone 121 10' Ikist ' Hi it
1'ott svi.i: oit iiviiinuii.
hotel business ui fun , 40 r'u'- city of
ilOOO, nne trade, fun invesilb 'lo i Invited,
Hox fB, Horton, Ids.
CALL at F. M Ho Hord'i Mui.imoth
Wnll Paper stoio nnd tiispe-ut his strck b
foro busing Just lecoivel ntni ".nloi'du,
all rrndca, tho cheapest to tha PnuJt. U22
lllj Walnut st.
II' lOU w.ui good, old Milieu hutter,
milk or cream, go to McC U lusl. s IsSi.iu.
rart, ?20 Walnut street.
I'Olt tJI.U-llUH. K TATU.
TOU (CuFTSonocierT "iTiidTlii
Dundee place, on Fout avenue, otner
lot, 6ot5o ft, i.ist front, i i, S7,oi.o, a
vers doll able Io' itlnn i i" i irt l-c-n'In
SLOAN A. Tltl'llT. I'. ' . it t, s.
FOH H LU- A great .in. -? i 1 1 uurih.
west eotuer of fist a . On . i i frun, fet
on Oak. itiotiuil ojipos.to w i Jl ' h) por
UC'ie, pliee $2,31,01 tl mil i btii sue),
Gl.OIiaF LAU. New Ye. 1 ,.,.', b 'B
I'Olt SALU Haken an
resi t ne'e For
parllculais addtess 7i" Jc
HUAL iivri'ii; 'tit VNsFditj..
NOlt.MAN Jl ltOHUHTSuN rroprletois of
abstracts an,t examiners ot Una if'ts, No
lii Uast falxtn slieet, funil-i dnlls the
tranafeis of icil es. te llled Iu the ccord
ers olllce; ut Kunsis Cltj, Mo,
Notice All tiansfers appsiring lu our
dilly reports tontulu covmants uf jeneiat
win rants uiilesi otherwise stated.
Janu.it y let
South Windsor Lund Company to
F U. Hoftniun, lot 14, Sojtli V, liu-
soi , t , . .. J 2,000
Chun Kaufman and husbanl to C,
lligiam, lot )J, Haitlett aluea . . 2.C00
c. uutinm to i iviiuiuan; lot j.i,
Maggld W Uerl.lej and liusbuii'l to
J lines G. lloor, lot S, block l
Knuieu J. F.ss" addition
G P. II. Jackson nnd vvlfei to L.
Frltzlou; part uf southwest ciuai
ter of sictlou 15, townsh.p 4'',
range 24 . . ....,..., , .
N. W. Ashbiiry to Sultaiiu. ,'li,
lot 11, Vogel's first addition. . ,,..
V. IJ. Uoffumi "nil husband to J.
11. Dickinson; lot 5, South W lul-
br Ql'lTC iA'nViVuiVDs""
L. Krltilcu to M J. lreadsnln; part
of southwest quarter of ettlou 15,
township 45, ld!!SO,33 ,
II. C. Ward to G. P, II. Jt.kson,
same , ,
William Sholdley to Geoige tihefd
lej; p.ut of lot 4, block 10, Ash
bum's addition ,,,,,, .,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,
1'lltli.-rl l w u i r 1 U l.rn .T V.
Goodwin, by hi certftln ilerA of trust,
ditid .Mtnli the nil, U.'J, mil Ilk d for
uurd mil re orded on the fth dny f
M ireb, IMI, In the otllce ot the record.!'
of dieds for Jiekson count), MisiiN, nt
Knii'iii Cltj, in book II f.2i, nt pign fit.
ronveve.l to the iuidrrlcned trutee th'
following ,lrs ribed real estate, sltum I
in mc count) or Jn kon, itstn or .mi
Solltl, to-Hit l.,il nilinlirreil lllllC (5), In
it1 mimbefed nl ue 0), in "Vi!'1 St nnd I0H Union Avi
d tvvemj -two (22). in Ash' Aildres, ,11. ti Olllt, a J ! A , Kai.,1, t lt
n to the Clt) of Knnn-, Instruction -All lrilndlly unless mark)
b, k nuiiibercd twciitj-two (22), In Asl
inline s nil nil n 0 the Clt) or lnna-,
ii" iMiiisns eitj, ns the snme is hiiiik.h
ntit il'lniutel on the rrrtirded pint then
ar now on tile In the ntllee of the record, r
u. ...., .,,., n, ,,l, Koil ITHlIUJ, .'liw.-.u ,
In trust to sei nre tin- pnvnlent ofiinoprln;
c'pil note aid font Intir.st notes, nil of
which snld notes ue fullv described Iu
rnld trust deed, nnd. win rem, there has
be il default hi I), interest note filling
due, tlhhlceti months after the Id da of
fnull In the liavment of certain pclnl
in Ms mo nil remiin due nnu uiipiiu,
ind, w herons, snld deed of trust provides
ir default bo mndo In the payment of nny
tnteret notes or nny Hc, genernl or
sperla , when due, the trustee named In
il J deed of trust may proceed to sell
slid proncrli : now, therefore, public'
notice Is hereby given lint, nt tho ryutt'it
of the Iff tl holdet nnd ownei ot said
note nnd Interest notes, and by virtue of
the power nnd niithorlly In me ve.ted by
imlil deed of trust, I, the undersigned
Jrii'tfo. will on the J7th dny of Jiinuirj,
?, between the hours of nine o'clock In
mo icrenoon nml live o'clock In tho iittcr;
noon of thnt diy, sell the above described
real estate nt inibllo v indue to the hfjh;
est bidder, for tnsh, nt tlte west door ot
....- . ..,i, rnuirs eilsiom limine, in ,i.,i-
sis City, Jackson county, Missouri, said
t'Mo to lie tinrle for the ni.rpose of piylng
till- limnilM, r.P - .,., ...I.. ...:., (..InHndt .Ion
.... ......,,, k w, ,. ,IU iiinvp null u.i' . ' i "'
thereon, tin-ether with nil ntii.ild tnes
and the rost3 and expenses of exicutlng
this trust. c U M()i4 Trustee,
llu,' ner. ninl ,t Luke, Attorncjs
...VI"V.l.I"Xs'' Mntthcw Madden, n single
iL,"'i .',1'1, ,b'. Il1'' ''ert.iln deed ot trut,
i. '.. Mnrch lith. IV.!, and tlte ti for leconi
in he otllce uf Hie icotder ot deed. In
.! T" ,ron'il), Missouri, nt Kansas Cits.
!U' iMn.v. 17th. lsit. nnd recotded therein
!!L J"'0? " ,,n nt l,!"'e 470, convey to the
undersigned trut,.. nil of the following
ue crlbed real istite In Jnrltsnti countj.
Mlisourl. to-wlt: Lot numbered foiiit.en
J,.'.'' nnd tin north h ilf of lot ntinibered
111 teen (IB), nil In block numbered one (1),
!n it LUrowne's subdivision an nddltloti
to the Cltv of Knnns, now Km is Cl.v
in trust liowever, to secure the lmjnipnt
of certain prnmsoiy note. In s.ild deed
of trust described, with Intel est then on. ns
therein and In snld nates piovideil. nnd.
wl.eiens, defmlt wns in ule In the pivmcitt
, '".'.' t,rl"clJ' ll Promlorj note therein
iliscrllied, nnd one Intenst note, when tlio
same became, due nnd pivnble, with Inter-
st thereon, and said di rnult still contin
ues, lij- reison whereof the ngrecmeiits In
"aid deed of trust eontilnisl becitue nnd
Wert broken: now, therefore, public notice
In herebv given thnt I, the undersigned
trustee, at the request of the owner of
lull notes, will, by vlrtii" of the power In
iri" vested by slid deed of trust, on Tiles,
dnj, tho Cth dnv of Fobrunrj, u,i at the
west door of the Fnlled States postollloo
building, in Knnas Cltv, Missouri. In nc
loidnnee with Ihe npreenients ennt.ilneil In
said deed, sell nt public vendue to the
Jitgnest bidder, for cash, the rml i state
hereinbefore nnd In said deed of trust de
scribed, for the purpose of paying nld
ii-i-eq nut Interest und the costs of execut
Incr -nlii trust,
Kan is City. Missouri, Inmnrv 1th, 1S1.
J. S HAItHISON. Trustee
NOTICU OP THUSTUU'S SALU
U hereas. Patrick O'Toole. grintor, by
Ills certain deed of trust diti d the 22d
dav of August, A. IX M7, llled for rec
ur 1 on the J.uth das of August, A. IJ 1SS7,
rnd recorded In book U No. 212, at page
-.' n the olllce of thn recorder or deeds
of Jiekson county, Missouri, at Kiinsai
its, convejed to me, Walter A Hunker,
trustee, the following described lands anil
tenements, sltuite In Jackson countv, MIs
lotrl, nimelv. All of lots numbered lliirtv
nlne (-3) and forty (40), In block ten (id).
Hunker hill, iik marked nnd designated
nn p'.it filed In the olllce nforesald. In
trust to secure thu note In -aid deed de
re' bed. and. whereas, default hns been
made In performance of the co-dltlons ot
ald deed, and the same have been brok
er hj tenson of non-pnj mi nt of snld note,
new therefore, notice is herebj given
that ns requested bv the ltgil holder of
raid n"e, I. said U'altei A Hunker trus
tee will proceed to sell, and will sell,
it put llo vendue, to the highest bidder,
fur ash the said lands and tenements,
on the 21st dij of Jniiuirj, A. 13 lS'Jj,
in twee n tho hours of nine o'clock a in
lid live o'clock p in, at the west front
riror of the United SI lies custom house.
In Kinsas Cltj, In snld Jiekson counts.
Mis ourl, to pay said Indebtedness and
etpnses of s ile
U'ALTUH A HUNKUH. Trustee.
fink iV Gossctt. Atty's
NOi'lCU OF THUSinU'S SALU
Whereas, Hyron U Morrl. grantor.
Is h's certain deed of tiust datid thu
Kill d.ij of Anill. A I) 1SS7, Uiul for
record on tlm 21d day of Anrll A D. 1SS7.
find re-orded In book It No 200 nt pigu
ieo In the olhce of the r'corder of deeds
of Jiickson countj, Missouri, nt Kansas
ct, convijed to me, Wnltt i A Hunker,
trustee, the following described 1 inds and
Kii'MicntR situate in Jackson enuntj, Vlls-iuii-1,
namely: Lols numbered forty live
14.) md forty-six ()C), In block jutm
b"red three (1), Hunker hill, ns the sinie
ire in irked mid designated on plat tiled
In the o!lce aforcald, in trust to seiuru
tne note In "aid deed described; and.
when as, default has been made In per
formince of the conditions of sild deed,
an 1 the name have been broken by rea
son of non-pas ment of said note, now,
Ihiicfore. notice Is herebj given that, ns
1 1 quested by tho legil lioldei of said note,
1, W liter A, Hunker, sild trustee, will pro
re. J to fell, nnd will sell, at publio v endue
to the highest bidder, for iah, the sild
lirls and tenements, on tho 21st d ij of
.lnnunry, A. I lb?3, between the hours
of nine o'clock n m nnd live o'cloi k p
,.i , ,.t the west front door of the UnlUiil
Htntei custom huuse. In Kansas Cltj, In
rll Jn'kson countj, Missouri, to piy
said indebtedness and expenses of sale
WALTUIl A HUNKUH. Trustee.
Cook A Gossett, Attj's.
Noncn or tp.lstuu'h falu-
Whereas, Mary V. bleele and Char!, s
S'ecle, her husband, srrintois, i,j their
certnln deed of trust ditnl the fourth diy
of Mis. A I 14k7, tiled for iceord on the
ISth das of May, A D. 1SS7, and n e ureleil
In book H No 200. at page 375. In tho of.
the of the recorder of deeds of I.ieksun
county. Missouri, at Knnsis Cltj, con
vejed to mi, Wnltei A. Hunker, trusti c,
II. following described lands and t-iu-ments
situate In Jackson countj, Mis
souri, namely! All of lots numbered nine (U)
nnd ten (10), in block numbered twu (2), Hun
Iter Hill as the sainenie marked and desig
tutted on plat tiled In till, allli o aluresild,
it trust to seciiru the nnti- lu said di , ,
described, and, whereas, dnfault has been
vm'lfs tn perfornuineo ot the conditions of
sail deed, nnd tho simo havn henn biuken
lu ri iHoti of iioii-pnsmiMit of said notu, now
therefore, notlco Is he nb given that, ns
icnucsted bj the b gal hedd. r of sild noli.
I, Walter A. Hunker slid trustee, will ptu
iced to sell, nnd will sell nt public vendue,
io tho highest bidder, for cash, the said
Uils and tinements, on tho llfth diy of
IV'iruirj'. A. V. l'Oi, between the hours
,f nine o'clock a in mul ilvo o'clock n
in. a th west front door of the t'lilte'd
State) custom house. In Kansas Cltj, n
rild Ijckson counts', .Missouri, to piy
said Indebtedness nnd x. petite of sale..
WALTUIt A, ltUNKUIt. Trustee.
Cook .t Gossett, Attj's.
snlil lieeil, uiiu e.t- ,.- ueei nrOKeUl
lis teisuii ui ii. i i'...' ... "ii'i nuie, now,
there-tore, notice Is liercby given that, un
inereioie., iiu.,s , ",-v,, .f:ii inai, us
leeiuestid ny inu ii-Kai luuiier ut saiil note,
J, Wleller A luiui-er. sun ifimee villi pio.
ieed to sell, and will sell at public vendue,
.- .... i,i..linur hlililer. fur i nsh ii,.i .i.t
m nt the vvst front door of tho Unlte'd
States custom house. In Kansas City, in
hi! I Jackson counts, Missouri, to pay
said Indebt. Iness and expenses of sale.
4 WALTUIt , Ht'NKUIt. Trustee.
Cook 4- Gossett, Attj's.
NOTICU TO CONTHACTOItS-Tho un,
dersigned wilt, un Uediicsdi), Juniiuty JO.
1S-35. ut the east door of tho eounty coiut
bouse at Kansas Cits. Mo , at 2 o'clock p.
in, let, by publio outcry to thu lowest ic
spotiblblo bidder, contract for teualrlng
bridge over Hlg Hluo on the coal minu
rcud: a deposit of J200 icaulted with bl 1.
plans und speclllintlous can bo seen at
ofilco of county survejur
FUANK J. OTLAHUHTY.
JtOdd'und UUUb'o Coin,
......ii, ,i.j, anil, wilrici, men' ' ,.-",
ilefntilt In the pij incut of tin 'Its' ticl
fm the voir 1.si and .ill, nnl nlso cer
tain Stllte lllld inimli lnn. lint tllsn lie
NOTICU OF THUSnU'S SALU-Wh'-reas,
U1U iboth A. Uaiiibergor (blngle.;.
n anior. bs her certain deed e,t ,
diied tho 17th .day of August. A I. iw7.
Ilbd for lecoid on the 30th day of August
A )". U57. and recordeel In book II No
;1, Pt pas? 23, III tlio olllce of Hie ie
corder of ekeds of Jackson countj. Mis.
sourl, at Kaus.es City, convejed in n,e.
Walter A. Hunker, trustee, thu following
(isscrtbed lands und tenements situate In
Jackson counts, Missouri, nanielj AH
ot lif. Miinbored seven O) nnd cUht mi.
In block numbeieil four (I), Utinkor hill
s the samu are marked and div.gnnte..
on tjie plat lilcl In thu oillcu nforesild
In trust to si euro tho note In said deed
described: and, vvheriMS, default has been
.,..,. in lu terformunco of the eonliit,,u ,e
,-......., --,,., .., i,0, ,
UNION DEPOT TIME GflRD
OMAHA, ST. LOUIS
KI.NVI.lt, NT. PAUb
Chnlr Cnrn Ffoo,
llckeiom es. Ml'ftln
, excrin aiinuar . won lur nrlln ' t
cei I Saltiruji ' excpl .MotuUy. "I, Svt
uiiljj only 1 irH column. lcio. semiltotuma
IIASNIDALA Sf JO It R-Hiirlltlgton Hon'..
, I rains L"ive Arrlie.
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Atl-ttitle express .... MDiin f 2.Vn in
(liiiisula.ttrilni.il , 6ntipm h.'fi in
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( lilejgeillniitcil fOOpm 30um
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KANSAS CITY. I 0!trsCOTT..MB5iPHIsKY
I lorlila Fist vlall .,,. to 30 a m n uoti m
II irrisnnvllle.v Clinton., xioouam fitmoin
lJcepwateraiiom ... . 5. '5pm lO.Ontn
i lierokee accom . ... (9ibi lusuam
Siiburbin passenger ... xCWpm "Mvra
Jopllu A. New Orleans 10 IX) p in 7.05 1 iu
MISSOL'IH, KANSAS A. 1 K.AS 11AILWAY
'lexasnull 10 15 am ( 35 p m
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., , UVION'PCiriOIIAlLlVAY.
Piclllc Coast llmlteiL VTUani 500pm
Denvir A. t'tlex . 7 10 o ui K.60aiu
A1CHISON, lOPUKA ,t SANTA TU HY
, , U ist of Missouri lilver.
riilngn llintti d "aipm Sto.ira
(.ojumblan express 5'Upni lifOpra
All iuttcexires 0 30am C.Wiun
foil Madison locil x7 Ml a in sb.l)tim
V e ,,f Mls-nur1 lllrr
'Ioms evpress MMra
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f HICAOO GltUAT WKSTURN HMLWAY
till St Paul &. Minn . lOOOain DOOpm
si Jo, lies M A. Chicago TOOpm PULiro
St. .lei 1sM A Clltcijn II 1011 ni
KA.NSS.S, city, OSCEOLA A. SOUl'HKIt.V.
(.Hilton A. Oseenliev 5 00pm 1020 am
KANSAS CI IV PITISIHJItC. A.UULFHY
PtitHi, a Joplin. Neosho, lloo.im 3lpm
Accoiiiiuin!.itiin 9 OOa in s.TOpm
Aeeuniinon itlon . xTOlpm ti0uam
Leave Tuesdavs, Thursiliys and Siturday.
Arrive Jlond.ijs Wednesdays and Fridays
OH AND AVENUE DEPOT. 22nJ St
CHIl M.O MILWAUKHUA. ST PAUL HY
( liicjgo I' is iiigor . . x 0 00 ant fc.lipro.
Cblllicotlie l'xpress . x6 00pm 10 11 1 1 1
Iviellsils (Its A toil, pen. lem e Air tine,
Iiepots2nd and Wyindotte and -nd uiielW'ilnuS
Iv Hums I lt ,Vr linlepetiiteiieu Kuplil 1 ruiislt
Itmliiy ( utiip in).
Depots lata fc'reot Slnlloa. 12th Slreot Statloa
tub Streel statloii
(I li"t pill Ih .illun January 10. 1K'5 ) .
NOl U'L OF TUF.sTLU S .SALU U hero
ns. un Apill Iilh. l1. Janus ii.Nelt anil
Ulli O'.Nell nude-, cxecuteil and dellveieil
their deed of ttust foi thu i.uiposu of se
em ing tlm pnjniciii of two bond- iniu for
the sum oi Jl'i 000 the other for tho sum of
fluOO, In snld died of tiust desciilied,
whleh lust ineiitlonul bond has been pile,
wluiein thev convejed to the undei signed.
nv id II Jjttleii, tru"tce, tlm lollowlng
ilescillicil rcil estate, situated In thu Coun
ts of .lnekson. and State ot Missouri to
wlt, The wist one bundled (WO) feet of
lot iiunil ei twelve (12), of hloe k number
suv en (7), III HIco'h nddltlon to thn Cltj of
Kansas (now Kansas City). Missouri, nc
eotdlng to a leeiuded Idat thereof, to
ri thor with ill tlm linpiovements there
unto belonging, and whereas, nn tho 37th
dnv uf April, IV. I. nt 3 40 o'clock p m,
sild deed of trust was eluly reeonleel In
liuiik IJ No rr,7. at pigo toi, of the records
of said Jackson counts, Missouri, and,
when i. said ejecd ot trust provides that
upon nun pijnunt of tho debt sec ired bv
said deed ot trust by tho milkers thereof,
tho propel ty then In decrlbeil inns lie sold
by the trustee for thu puinoso of raising
the mime s to pas' the debt thereby so
cured and. when-1. said bond lor $10,000
is now p ist duo an I unpaid, now, there
fote public luitlco ii herebv given that I,
tho uiulirslBn.il I'uvld II union, tho
trustee mum 1 in "Hd deed of 1 1 list under
and bs ill tun of the niilhorlts icstid In
nut bs said deinl of tiust nt thu reepicst of
the owners of paid bund, will prone el to
sell thu above ill scribed real estate, nt
i.uhllc v indue t ''ie highest I I I 1 i for
tosh nt tho fnitit door of the building In
th" Cltv of Knnsin (now Kansas cits)
"Vlltrourl in vvlibh llm elri lilt court of nM
InekHim countv Is held, un Snlurdas-, tlio
"ml dav of Fibrillin lsil between tho
hours nt 0 o'i loi k In thu forenoon ntul ".
ei i leu k In the afternoon of said elay for
the purpose of falsing tho money to piy
tlm iimouot of sail Indi biedness, vvlth In
terest and e osts of executing this trut
terestaiii nu1 UT 1'IUN. Trustee.
i.pilUY JC SMALL Attnrnejs
'lHlh'lULh SALU U hereas. Amy II.
htiwart and Janus A btuwurt, her hus.
bin. bs Hi Ir certain deed of trust dated
the tub dis of December. I'vi, ami llled
lor re uril on the 10th elay of D.ci tuber A
D nJ and recordeel In book "It" number
:MI at luge' 155- In tlm ollico of tho lecorder
of' deed-, lu J.i'kson county, at Kuusas
iu.. Missouri, convejed to ihe uudiislgneel
tiusiee all of lot twentj -two (22). U
Chellls' resurviy of Chillis nnd Dudley' i
llrst nddltlon to the Cits, of Kansas Cltj.,
Jaekson county, MIfsoiiiI, mul now slm
uteel lu Hi" piesent coiporite limits of tho
i !iy of U'estlort, 111 said counts of J kk.
sun. to securu the p is nn nt of one princl.
nil piomlssory nolo ami Interest notes ns
in said deed of trust described, ami, where
as, sild prlinlpil lip to Is now pist due and
unpaid then lore, In couseiUi nee of ths
default of Hi' pismeuit of B.ild principal
note, at the n quest of the legil holder and
owner of th said note, I, D, cj. Hon en.
trustee as uforisild by ilrtuo of the pow.
trs given, mo bj said died of trust, will
proceed to sell tlm abovo described real
estate at publio auction, to thu highest
lilebte-r, for i ash, bitwieii the heiiirs of 9
oMoik In the forenoon and 6 o'clock In the
afternoon of 'luesduj-, tho :.'d day of Jan.
uiry, A D lTi. at the west front door
of the Fnltul States custom house In Kan
sas Cltv, In tho county of Jackson, In the
state of Missouri, to sitlsfj the said In.
d lifelines and tlio costs of executing this
trust , DC ltowiJ.V. Trustee.
ltnleil He, emtier 1st. ls
Tims run a
Whereas, Join. 11, 'Ihompson. grant
or, bj hU certuln deed of trust dated the
" .1 .Irtm ,vi Cinle.iiiliai sV 1 irr d.s
secunu .i.ej "'."Niv," T ' V,,"- 1N'. meo,
for l coru on the 17th day of September. A.
D IM ntul recorded In book It No, :t2 at
page Je,S. In tho olllce of tho recorder of
deeds of Jiekson lounts, .Missouri, at
Kansis Pity, convejed to me, Walter A.
Hiinkei, trustee, tho following described
lands and tenements bltuato In Juekson
rountj. Missouri, namely: All of lots
numbered one (I) anil two (-). In block
numbered six (ii). Hunker hill, n, ihe
snme are .marked and designated on plat
llled lu tli ""- aforesaid, in trust to
tecuro the nolo In sutd deed described:
nrd. vvlereas, default has been made In
performance of the, conditions of said
deeil, rnd the simo havo been broken by
reason of non-pa) ment of said nolo: now
tlieiefere. nutieu Is liercby given that, as
iciiuesieu u ihu les'ij iiwiuer oi siiii note.
niitiesvei.seui.i imusv, ,, ,a. 19,19 city, m
said J irkpon counts', Mlaaourl, to pay
said Indebtedness and expenses of sale.
WALTUIt A. HUNKER, Trustee.
Cool: & Sessett, Atty's, li. C, Mo.
iced to sell, and will sell, at public vendue,
to tho highest bidder, for cash, the said
lands and tenements, on the 21st day of
January, A. 1). IWJ. between tho hours
of nine o clock a. m nml live o'clock p.
in. at the west front door of tho United