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TIIK KANSAS CITY .10UI.XAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2b l0
CATARRH OF THE STOMACH,
INTEItKSTtXO FACTS AtlOtJT THIS I'K.
A Writ Known Man ttptntps Ills t-'tpcrlenro
nnd Tplts IIiiit lln Hitrrccdcil In
From tho Rl, Louis, Mo., Chronicle.
"No ono knows except myself the
amount. oC .suffering t endured for up
wards of four years, from what t won told
v. as catarrh of tho stomach." The speak
er was Mr. J. J'. Tot, ono of the best
known professional gftlntmc.ni In St.tiOtils,
now nt Professor Clark's N.ilntorlum,
Nineteenth nml Pine. Professor fox's oc
rlpatlon neresslluled his belnir In the
water several hours every tiny. He con
trai toil n severe eolil.whlch he nogteeled,
then nnotlicr nnd nnolhcr, nnd llnally ha
moke item it, tho effect of these colds
fetmcil to debllllnle nnd finally disease
his stomach, nml he hail Biirti sytuplomi
nt stinging paloa In IiIh hem!, nn Inllum
tnatlon of the membranes of the throat
nml air passages, which titled with n
slimy substance, his nppetlte fulled him,
he bennio gaunt ntnl thin nml exces
sively nervous all of which denoted ca
tarrh of the stomach. An nltnrk of ver
tigo one day rendered him unconscious
for hnlf an hour, after which ho was ion
lined to tho house, and scarcely able to
walk ncros the room. He was slecpliss,
hut lolent paln and Indigestion of the
worst kind. Mi. fox sild to our reporter:
"Often I would he seised with a feeling
of suffocation. This went on until ono
day n friend Insisted thnt I try Dr. Will
lam V Pink I'llli for Pile People, nnd he
read to me a paper wherein several cures
of cases similar to mine were reported. I
determined io give them n trial. My
mother tin an the doctor's medicine nway
nnd actually before 1 had taken half of
the contents of the llrst box I began to
feel 11 marked Improvement. I began to
sleep well, with my returning nppetlte I
begun to take a better vlow of life, the
gniwlng scnsitlons in my stomach disap
peared, I ceased to belch up gis and h.id
no feelings of vomiting after eatlnff, tho
soreness In my throat went nwiy, nnd,
well, Vlthln a month, I ventured out of
the house. I kept on with the pills, and
well ou see mo now. I feel ns well as
ever I did, and I don't suppoc there Is ,i
sounder mm physically than myself In
the country. 1 nm In nnd out of the
water three and font times a il.iy, giving
Rwlmnilnir lessons, and t ccitalnly at
tribute my present (food health to Dr.
Williams' l'lnk Pills. You can use my
name ii you want io, anil I snail bo
pleased Io tell of tho great benellts I
hive derived fiom the use of tho pills at
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People
are now manufactured by tho Dr. Will
lams' Medicine Company, Schcnectndy.N.
Y nnd nro sold In boxes (never In loose
form by the dozen or hundred, and the
public nro cautioned against numerous
Imitations sold In this shape) at fie) cents
n box, or six boxes for ?.'.30, nnd may bo
hid of all druggists, or direct by mall
fiom Dr. Williams' Medicine Company.
By tho New York Limited of tho Van-dalla-Pennsylvanla,
leaving St. Louis
every day at 1 o'clock p. m , the time Is
less than tw cut -nine hours to Now
York, less than twenty-seven hours to
Philadelphia, loss than twontj-elght bonis
to Washington. Through Pullman Sleep
ing anil Dining Car Service without extra
fare. The Quickest time over made by a
regular Passenger Tialn fiom St. Louis
to New Yoik. Call upon or address Driin
ner, Yaml.ilU Line, St. Louis.
BRIEF ITEMS BY WIRE.
New Durjpoit, Mass., Jan. 22. U.x-Con-sressman
Uben E. Stone died at his home
In this city to-dn, used "3 ye.us.
Albany. X. v., Jan, 22, A bill piohlhltlng
tho display of foielgn lings on public build
ings has passed the usscmbl ajes, S3;
Denver, Col, Jan. 22. A committee rep
icsentlng 100 destitute families In Yum i
county, Col , has sent out nn appeal for
clothing, piovlsions, coal, seed and grain.
Chicago, 111, ,lun. 22 The Tiler, Te.x.,
Telegram and Temple, Tex., Tribune, after
using tho report of tho United Press tor
ten days, have abandoned that otgunUu
tion to take a report from the Associated
Washington, Jan. 22.-Gcner.il James N.
Bethune, lormer owner or Wind Tom ntnl
ex-sollcltor general of Georgia, Is seil
ously in nt the lesldenco ol Ida son heie.
His gieat use, 91 jeais, make his family
fear the worst.
Omaha, Jan 22. A special to tho Bee
from O'Neill, Neb., sajs : George Mllllh.in
nnd Jlo-o Ulllott weio to-day In Id without
ball on the charge of murder lu the Hist
degree for the lynching of lliirctt Scott,
the dotaultiiiR e.x-trc.isnrer of Holt county.
Vorchester, Mass., Jan. 22. Dr. Arthur
C. Webster, of Clark unlveislty, has Just
been awarded a prUe of 51,000 for tho best
treatise on electilclty. Tho premium is
known as the I'llhu Thompson prize. It
was international competition and tho
prize was awarded by a committee In
St. Paul, Minn,, Jan. 22. A bill Introduced
in the house to-day by Mi. Itobblns, of
Minneapolis, Is Interesting In connection
with tho senitorlal contest. It forbids any
to olllclal leaving his ofllce to work In
l lutrest of any candid ito for nlllcc and
provides a line of fiom 100 to ?"00 for each
Chicago, Jan, 2.'. President Debs, of the
A, It. IJ.i and hi- associates will be re
leased finm tho McHcmy tounty Jail to
morrow on ?2,u00 ball each In nccordnnce
with tho lecent older of the supreme court.
Thu iicccstuiy (ourt formalities weie gone
through with to-day nnd thu prlsoneis will
be biought to Chicago nml leleased to
Teheran, Persia, Jan. 2.'. An olllelal dis
patch from McBht.il, capital of tho province
of Khorassan, snjs that n sovcio -earth-ciuakc
shock was felt thern nt noon on
Tliiisduy last, January 17. The vlhiutions
extended In a noilhwesterly dlrecilon as
far as Clilnnran. Theio was a second
shock tho same evening. The dam.ifiu dune
was slight and no lives were lost.
Sedalla. Mo., Jan. 22.-(SpecI.il.) Itein
hold 0. A. Klesten, u Germ in, cieaied eon
eddcrablo excitement on Ohio street tills
morning by hurling three Iron bolts, one
after tin other, through a 1150 plate glass
window In the Hoffman building. Ho was
promptly ui rented, Tho county eouit held
a special session this afternoon and finding
Klesten Inbane, oulered him to bo confined
In tho Nov ada asylum.
Chicago, Jan, 22. After litigation extend
ing over twelvo icars the heirs of ltev.
John Iempster, by a decision of the su
preme court, are declared tho owners of a
majority of tho stock of the loso Hill
Cemetery Company, The Inteiest given the
heirs is estimated ns. worth a million dol
lars, At one tlmo tho Dempster heirs would
have settled all claims In consldetallon of
the building of a monument to their father,
but their offer was declined,
St. Louis, Mo Jan. 2.'. The convention
of the Custom Poremeu Tailors' Assocla
tlon of America convened at the Planters'
hotel to-day, President John O'Neill, of
Kansas City, called the meeting to order,
About 100 members were In attendance,
but It Is expected that by Monday fully
twice (hat number will be piesent, The
Principal feature of the session consisted
In appointing the dtiferent committees.
During the convention the movement to
form branches of the association in each
state will be agitated,
Athens, Jan. U. Tho entire Greek min
istry has resigned, A panic on tho bourse
followed the announcement, it Is believed
that a colorless cabinet will be formed and
that the chamber will be dissolved. It Is
said that the resignation of Tilcoupls min
istry was the outcome of an audience
which the premier had with the king and
in which the former made representations
to his majesty wth reference to the Inter
ference of tho crown prince In tho demon,
stratum on Sunday last. The king Is said
to have resented the remarks of the premier.
THOSE KANSASCITY BILLS,
tlty ('niititplnr Itiirrrltn nml Unit. .Mm C.
tliign lltplitn Why They vVrrn In-
triiilnipil In tbn l.octlsl ilurc.
The bill Introduced In tho legislature a
couple of dnjs ago retrardlntr the Issue of
bonds In pAjment for tho water wurk.s
phnt Is similar to the enabling net of lsi3,
which authorized the city to Issue botidi
for the constrUetlon of works of Its own.
Tlu provisions of the city charter are de
fective In n iiumbpr of minor pirllculars,
nnd thesf defects nM remedied In the bill.
The ell-B counsel nlso thoiiB lit best to h.ivo
legislative smctlon Instr-nd of charier pro
visions nnd the bill wait Introduced to eKir
up all nutters pertaining to the Issue of the
The principal provisions of tho bill ans
Any city now having, or which may here
after have, 10rt,0n0 Inhabitants and less thin
rwitw), organized under general hiv nr
special chnrtPi mo, for the pursn of
ii) Inn nny Indebtedness of such city which
may have been ascertained nnd determined
by n Judgment or ilrcfc of nny court of
competent Jurisdiction, Issue nnd sell ne
gollable bonds of nueh city to nn nmount
suillclciil to pay off and satisfy such Judg
ment or decree! such bonds to be m ido. Is
sued and sold is may be provided and ill
rrptcil by nrdli.ance.
"Such bonds shall be Issued In nmount!
not less thnn Jlw) enrh and may be nego
tiable In form nnd shall become due nt
such tlmo not exceeding twenty sours from
their date, as may bo provided, and shall
bear Interest annually or semi-annually at
a rale not cxccullng 6 per int, the prill"!
pil and Interest thereof punblo nt some
place In tho t'nltcd Slnies nnd In such law
ful money of tho I lilted Slates as may bo
provided In the ordinance directing their
Issue; the bonds shall be executed under
tlm senl of the city aid by ouch uCI'icrs
and In ruch manner as may be directed by
The bill further provides that the sur
plus fiom the icvenues from the works
shall constitute a sinking fund to pay Inter
est on tho bonds nnd redeem the bonds
The charter provides that the city nny
redeem Its water works bonds at nny time
before their maturity, while the bill prj
vldes Unit the city shall fix by oullnanco
a speelllc date for the maturity of tho
bonds. The chatter nnd nlso tho cnablln;
act of 1SIU provide that a special clccilo.i
shall be held before the bonds nre Issued,
while the- piesent bill piovldes tint the
bonds In p.tmont of Judgments and decree's
of courts against the city shall be paid by
the issue of bonds by ordinance.
City Counselor Iiozzclle v.ild jestcrdiy
regarding the bill:
"The act of ISM lelaled to the matter of
Issuing bonds foi the construction of water
works. The present bill Is similar, except
mat it jfippiies to iaylng oft' Judgments
against the city In a suit for tho acquire
ment of wnter woiks. It doca not grant tho
city any powers that the city did not have
befoie. It Is not absolutely nccesary for
the city to enable It to perform Its pirt
of the decree of the com t, but It makes tlu
matters pertaining Io the lne of the bonds
clear in some respects, whereas they were
doubtful and subject to different construc
tions." Mr. John C. Gige, ono of tho cltv's coun
sel lu the water works matter, said:
"There nie- two bills. Ono Is Intended to
remedy some defects In the law iclitlng
to the Issuing of bonds by cities of the first
class, nnd the other provides for the appro
priation by the council of the fin.ooo wnter
woiks money tied up In the elt' 'h treasury.
In regai d to this money the elty'.s nttor
nejs aio of the opinion that the council
should be allowed to appropriate It to pay
the hydrant lentnls duo the wnter wotks
companv, and a bill Ins been prepared
that will enable tho council to do so IC It
becomes a law
"The law relating to tho !s,ulng of bonds
provides that they shall run for from five
to twenty years. One-fourth of the bonds
must be taken up nnd canceled at the end
of live jcars, and one-llttecnih of the re
mainder must be taken up and canceled
each ear thereafter. Tho purchasers of
the bonds, which have not been Issued et,
would, wo understand, pay more for them
If they were stiulgbt ten, llftoen or twenty
e-ar bonds. As we want to get ns much
as possible for the bonds we are proposing
to amend tho law so as to petinlt tho Issu
ing of tho water works bonds for ten, llf
tecn or twenty years, ns may bo decided
best. Another thing that we want em
bodied In tho law Is a provision that will
enable us to apply the net Income from the
water works to the creation of a sinking
fund to redeem the bonds when they fall
due and to piy the Intel est upon them."
DKNTISl-j M1" SATIsrilIII.
Siinm 1 e.ltures nf Klene lllll Am Objec
tionable to Them.
A meeting of tho dentists of the city was
held last evening at the Midland hotel
to discuss the provisions of the new bill
regulating tho practice of dentistry, Intro
duced In the legislature by Represent i
tlve Klene, of St Louis. Another meeting
will be held Frldaj evening, when the
dentists will take some olllelal action In
legaid lo the matter Theio are somo
piovlsions of the bill not nt all sathfactoiy
to tho members of the profession and It
is piobabln that tho dentists of this city
will unite with the lepieseutatives of the
Diofession In St. Louis nnd mnlvo ilinlr
action In , onimon. The imeting here was
held at the suggestion of the St Louis
duitlsts nnd the piovlsion of the bill shown
them. Tho meeting last evening was pre
sided over bv Dr Pievost and there was
cousldeinhlc Inteiest shown In tho matter.
VOTING FOR SENATORS.
Ilolse, Id., Jan. 22 The ballot for United
States senator to-day resulted In no change.
Spiingtleld, III, Jan. 22. Senator Cullom
was lenoinmatid In the smato on tho llrst
ballot, cm a stilct patty vote.
Sm Francisco, Jan. 22 flcoigo C. Per
kins hits received a majority of vole.i In
both blanches of tho leglslatuic for United
Nashville, Tenn , Jan. 22. The ballot for
United States senator In tho hnusn to-day
stood: lsham G. Hanls (Detn.), CO; II. .1.
Sanroid (Hop ), 29; A. L. Mills (Pop.), C.
Tho vote lu thu senate stood; Harris, 10;
Kanford, 10; Mills, 3,
Oljinpla, Wash., Jan. ;.'.TIio legislature
billotid In sep.uate session top United
StatcH senator this afternoon. Thero vvus
no choice. Tho lesull was; Ankeny, 27;
Wilson, 20; Allan, II; Uodgeis. Popull.it,
2J, others scattering,
Chnilestou, W. Ya Jan. 22. Hon. S. 11.
1'lklns was elected United States senator
lo succeed Senator Cuniden. The vote
was: Senate-i:iklns, 12; Caintkn, It;
Neale, Populist, 1. House Ulklns, -IS;
C.unden, J7; Wilson, Demoeiat, I, Neale.l,
Salem, che Jan, 2.'. lioth housiH nf tho
Oregon leglslatuie voted sepaiately to.
day for United States senator. J, N. Dolpli
ucelved tho full Hepubllenn vote, The
Democrats voted for A. S, Dennett nnd tho
Populists voted for W. D, Haie, Tho bal
lot In the senate stood; Dolpli, 10; llenuett,
S; Huic, 3.
St. Paul, Minn., Jan, 2.'. The Hist ballot
for United States senator taken to-day re.
suited as follow sj Henute Washburn, 22;
Nelson, 17; Donnelly, 5; Comstock, 3; Me.
Hule, J- .McCleury, 1; Plllsbuiy, 1; William
.Mitchell, lj Dickinson, 1, House Wash
burn, 32; Nelton, -O; Comstock, 11; Mcllnle,
9; Donnelly, 7; McCleury, 7; Tavvuey, j;
Trenton, N, J Jan. 2.', The two houses
of tho legislature voted separately nt noon
to-day for u United States sum tor to suc
ceed Senator MePbersoii. In the senate
tho ballot 'wis taken without any remarks
being in ado nml lesiilted: William J, Sew
ell (Itep,), 15; Allen McDeimott (Dem.), 5;
I'ranklln Murphy (Itep.), 1.
In the housu SevveU received -13 votes,
McDeimott ti und Murphy 5.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Jan, 22. Tho Wyoming
legislature voted for two United States
senators nt poon to-duy lor tho six )ear
term commencing March 4, WIS. Fiunels
K. Wurien (Itep.), iceelved 31 votes In the
house und H lu the senate. W, II, Holi
day (Dem.), iceelved 3 in the house and 3
In the senate, To till tho vacancy caused
by failure to elect at tho last session of
the legislature, Clarence D. Clark (Itep.),
received 33 votes lu the house und II In
the senate. Samuel T, Coin (Dem), re
celyed 3 In tho house aria; 3 In the senate.
The election of Warren and Clark will be
ratified In Joint session to-morrow.
GLEYELAND'S FOREIGN PLAN
i r ts I'UNCTtmtHi in si na i oit-j t.titxii:
AM) haw i. in.
They Kept the Ibmnir.lls Very rrvoiis
eslpriliiy by the ny Ihcy Imposed
tho ItrltMi la ailing nf tho
Washington, Jan. W Tin' pooling bill
wns favorably reported lo tho senile to
day by Mr. Ilutlcr (l)om., S. ('.)
Mr. t'hnndler slated thnt the report was
not unanimous and gnvn notice that when
the bill was taken up he would offer nn
amendment concerning the submission of
freight nnd passenger rates lo tho Inter
state commerce commlfslon.
Minister Thurston, of Ilnnnil, was ngiln
In the dlplom illc gnllery, nocumpanled bj
his secretary, Mr. Hastings. The Ha
waiian Ftiujert cimo up on Mr. Kjle's
resolution, which Is ono expressing gener
ally the disapproval of the sen itc lu the
action of the administration by withdraw
ing warships from Hawaii. Mr. Giaj
(L)cm Del) again took tho lloor lo rtirth.r
answer, he said, tho fllmcy attacks made
In the senate against the ailmlulstinllon,
The senator referred to the statement by
Senntor Itnwley mndu esterdny as to the
president's seeing the roynllst delegation
which visited Wnshlnglon last August.
Mr. Gray reiterated tint the president
hnd never seen these delegates, bclrg slct
nt the time.
"Are yon prepared lo say that they never
saw tho secretary of stale." nsked Mr
Mr. Gray snld he had no Information on
that point. Mr. 1 Ian ley rose to reply, hold
ing In his hand a newspaper slip contnliilng
President Cleveland's authorized statement
of the facts concerning the roynllst dele
gates. Mr. Haw ley said ho had not lr tend
ed to maintain that a personal Interview
between the president nnd the royalI"ts
had occurred. He was lellibly Informed
there had been no personal meeting, but
continued reading from the president's
i-tatcmont to show the royalist delegates
had seen Secretary Gresham. It should
bo kept In mind that these delegntcs weie
the teprcscntntlvcs of those conspiring lo
lestore n deposed queen. They were in
Wnshlnglon elthei ns conrplrntors against
the cNlstlng government of I!-..all, or else
they were heio on an honest mission. If
It wns lionet they ought io have been re
feru'd to the Hawaiian ministers. If they
were conspirators they should not have
been seen by Mr. Giesham. Mr. Haw ley
read fiom tho letter of the roallst dele
gates to tho secretary of state:
"We, tho undersigned commissioners sent
by the deposed queen lequest nn Interview
with tho president."
"Just think of the nudnclty," said llaw
le. "Think of this request to our secie
tniy of state nftcr wo had formally icc
ognl.ed the government of Hawaii."
Mr. Haw ley read further fiom tho re
quest of the rojallst delegates as Riven in
tho president's Interview that they desired
to know If the president Intended doing
nns thing toward lestoratlon of the queen.
The senator said ho desired to make no
personal arraignment of the president, but
he (ilawles) believed tho president's whole
course on Hawaii had been wrong.
Mr. Giay URaln answered the criticisms
upon tho president. He said these nttacks
weio so constant, the animus so evident,
that It was perhaps useless to controvert
them. Some people seemed determined to
attack tho president, whatever the subject
be. If ho sat down he was too long, If ho
stood up ho was too sbott. These crltiea
were bound to find fault.
The president's letter to the rojallst dele
gates was purely unodlclal. It wns part
of the conservative course by which the
picsldent, with a steady head and strong
hand, was endeavoring to ponduct public
As to these royalist commissioners, Mr.
Gi.iy referred to tho constant presence
here, prior to the dethionlng of the queen,
of thoso who sought to ovei throw that
government. That revolution was hatched
In this country and In tho olllce of tho
then United States minister nt Honolulu.
Th" senator decl.ncd this agitation and this
talk of keeping wntshlps at Honolulu wa3
kept up largely by the "schemers for an
nexation," who thought It would help their
The Sainoin question was unexpectedly
Interject! d into the debate nt this point.
Mr. Giay leferred to tho tact that tho
United States was not hound by Inter
national agreement to keep n barbarous
king in power In Samoa. It would not do
to declaim against a birbarous queen
when we weie at tho same time protect
ing and maintaining such a king.
Ml. George declared tho Hawaiian gov
ernment was lepublli.in only In form. It
was n government of force. It had been
established by force and was now main
tained by foree.
Mr. Lodge indented n new phnso of tho
subject by submitting a long list of the
Islands In tho Pacific which Great Ilrltnln
had gradu illy abscnbed. It pursuance of a
settled nolley. Uiigland wns taking every
foot of teiritory she could lay her hinds
on. They were now trjlng to got Necker
Island, of the Hawaii in group. This was
put of tho Ililtlsh policy of aggression.
This Hrltlsh Influence was hick of the
rojallst element In Hawaii. The heir to
the tllionn v.as Princess Kaull ma, daugh
ter of an lliigllsliman, nnd now being edu
cated In I'liglund. Her guardian, Theo
phllus Davis, wns nn English sympathizer,
and was to oim extent Idi-utUled with the
recent uprising of tho royalists.
"Tho arms us, d In this uprising were
bought by an I'lurllshman," declared Mr.
Lodge "They were shipped In a Hrltlsh
ship from a Canadian port. Tho Insur
rectionists were largely Englishmen. When
the Alameda left Hawaii fifteen Canadians
weio under nriest, and tho IJrltlsh minister
was IntLi ceding In their behalf."
This, said Mr. Lodge, made out the enso
that Hrltlsh Influence was behind the roynl
lst element In Hawaii. Tho senator pro
ceeded to criticise tho action of the ad
ministration In taking ships from Hono
lulu mid then conferring with tho loyalist
delegates who catuo to Washington. .Mr,
LoiU thought It u peculiar colnclileuco
that win. ships were withdrawn In Julj, nt
tho tlmo when tho loyalists arrived here.
Tho present ndmlnlstiatlon was openly
nnd avowedly opposed to tho existing gov
eminent of Hawaii. The speeches of sen
ators In defense of tho ndmlnlstiatlon vvcro
In effect speeches In support of tho lojul
1st clement of Hawaii, Hut It was time for
action by congress. It was no loiu-er a
question of thu new or tho old Government
of Hawaii, but a question of-maintaining
American Interests In Hawaii. Tho sennto
hnd heretofore passed a resolution stat
ing that uny foreign occupnno of Hawaii
would not be tolerated by tho United
States, This was n threat to the lest of
tho vvoild. It created n responsibility on
tho part of tho United States, It should
Impel us to uphold the existing government
because It represented Amurlcnn Interests
nnd American spit It us against foreign
Mr, Lodge closed with an Impassioned
protest against pulling down tho Ameilcan
ling when It had once been raised,
Mr, Kylo gave figures from the latest
Hawaiian jear book, shoeing tie ilmny
millions of Ameilcan capltnl Invested In
"How much of that Is held bj ono man
Claus Sprccklea?" asked Mr. Oraj,
Mr. Kylo did not have tho llguies ns to
Spieckels. This closed the Hawaiian de
bato for tho day, nnd the senate proceeded
to tho consldei.itlon of tho Nlcar.igu i
canal bill, Mr, Turple, speaking agulnst tho
project. Mr. Turpla had not concluded
when, nt 1-30 p. m., the senate hold a short
executive session, and then adjourned.
' The Indian appropilatlon bill, which has
been under consideration for live eluys In
the house, was llnally passed to-duy. It
carried $C,C10,WA when reported, but as
passed the total was considerably aug.
mented, one amendment alone (to pay the
llrst installment for the purchase of the
Cherokee outlet) carrying Jl.CM.OOO. Several
unimportant amendments were added to the
A POPULAR MISTAKE
111 curding tleiuiillps for ll'-pcp-li ntnl In
The mtlonnl disease of Aimn ins Is In
dlRPslloli, or In lta chtonlc form, djspep
slii, nnd for the very renou th it It Is so
irminou initiy people iierii , t dikiim
proper trpiilnif ul for what tluv eonsldtr
trilling slomnch trouble, vvlun n a Hint
ter of fact lnillgi'tlou lavs the fmin billon
fur ntnt.j Incurable diseases No person
wllh a vigorous, healthy stonm h will rati
n victim lo ennstimpllon. Mnny kidney
dlpie" and heart troubles dtte Ibelr be
ginning from poor dlgestlnti; thin, nervous
P oplo nre ipnlly so because (heir slum
nrhs are out of gear; wrnry, Hnguld,
fniled out women nc their condition lo
When nearly every person joii meet Is
mulcted with weak digestion II is not siir
prMtiit thnt nearly every in n I patent
medicine on tho market clilms to bo a
Hire for djspepsln, as well ns a score of
nll.Pl tumbles, when lu fact, as Dr.
Worthier nays, theio Is but one genuine
iljspepsla cine which Is perfectlj sife nnd
n liable, nml luoieover, this rcmedj Is not
n pntent medicine, but It Is n ni'lentllc
combination of pure pepsin (free from an
imal matter), vegetible espinces. fult
salts nnd bismuth, II Is sold by drURiTlts
under mine of Stuart's Djsprpsln Tab
lets. No pstiavngnnt claims nre nude fir
them, but for Indigestion or any stomach
trouble, Stunrt's Djspepsla Tablets nro
far ahead of any remedy yet-discovered.
They net on the food eaten, no dieting Is
necessary, simply eat all the wholesome
food j on want nnd these tnblets will ill
gist It, A cure restdts, because all the
stomach needs Is a rept, which Stuart's
l)j "pepsin Tablets give by doing the work
Druggists sell these tablets at TO cents
per package. Circulars nnd testimonials
mnt free by addressing Stuart Co.,
demists, Marshall, Mich.
NEW PASSENGER SERVICE.
from ICiiiisiis Cttj Mi tbn Itiirllugtim
"DHNVnil SPHCIAL" leaves Kansas
City dally 10.50 n. m , solid train, arrives
Denver "'30 n. in.
"Ill'ItLINGTON NP.W LINU.VIA HIL
LINGS," for Paget Sound nnd Picnic
Coast from Kansas City, leaves nt 10 fO
a. m dally.
This line gives patrons nn opportunity
to visit Hot Springs, South Dakota, Hlack
Hills and Yellowstone I'ailt, and It Is the
short line between Kansns Cltj and Hel
ena bv SSi miles, Ilutte 31") miles, Spok ine
471 miles, Seattle 110 miles and Tacoma 11 j
This Is the most marvelous cenle route
end peibips the most Interesting ncioss
Hound trip tickets to nil PacKlo Coist
points via this line.
Tor full Information nddress If C. Orr,
Uurllngton Itoute, Kan is City, Mo.
Mure 'lb Ml !ll, 1(110, 1)111) r isai ngnr
Have been carried by the Like Shore .t
Michigan Siuthern rnllwaj during the past
twentj'-tlve jcars. Very few weie able to
Ibid nny fault. The rest were delighted.
Ono of the in recently snl 'Tor sev
eral jetrs past I have mmle from two to
four trips i.icli month between Chicago nnd
New York und nm nlmost alwnj'S nccrm
panlPd bj' fiom one to tluee or four oiheis.
I believe (is I am Informed bv jour con
ductors) thnt I have niadi mure trips be
tween ChlciRo nnd New lork than nny
other one man during the pnst few jcars.
I have alwajs traveled over jour io.nl In
preference lo anj other, bei iiiso by enie
ful compirlon with otheis I have found
not onlj that the road Itself Is far supeilnr
but the table and tho son b nre In every
respect the bi st of nnj road 1 have ever
traveled on The conductors, stcw.ud,
waiters and porters I have found to be mil
foimlv coin twins nnd nttenilve, adding
greatly to the comfort of tho" who nre
obliged to travel as much as I am." Trains
lenve f'hleiigo as follows: S a. in.: 10 30 a.
m.: 3:i", p. m., i" "0 p. m.; S.I5 p. m. dallj.
and 11.30 p. m. duly except Sundny. II P.
Humphrey, T. 1" A., 727 -Main street. Kan
sas City, Mo.; C. K. Wllber, W. P A.,
I.ns Aiii'ilcs Without ('binge.
The Union Pacific la now running ono of
the latest lmptoved Pullman Palace Sleep
ing Cars every day In tho year from Kan
sas City to Los Angeles, via Denver.CIiev
enne, Ogden and S u ramento. This e ir
leaves Kansas Cltj at 9:30 a. m. on tho
California and Orci-mi fast train. This
tialn Is lighted with the celebrated
Plntrhe gas, belted by steam, and Is ves
tibules! throughout Magnificent 1'i.llmin
dining cars nn this tnln. Only dining car
lino Knii'-as City to I'allfornl i. Tho Den
ver fast lino leavs Kansas City at 7 ."0
p. m, arrlvlnR In IKnvornt 2 20 p. m. tho
next day, noon. Th Union Paoltle is the
only Hue miking this fast time. Pullman
Palace buffet slecpi r nnd free rei lining
cbilr cars on this tialn. It Is positively
th" shortest nnd quh kest lino to Denver
nnd San Francisco. No other line offers
equal facilities. city ticket olllces, IO)
Slain street. IMS Union avenue, nnd Union
station. Telephones ill)') nnd lOSii.
J. H. Flt.VWLUY, General Agent.
John Clnrk Ilidpith, the fnmous histor
ian, whose home Is at Greene. istle, Ind ,
was In the cltj v.strday morning fm a
few hours. Ho took luncheon at the .Mid
land. M'O.XL, AOTICUS.
ASSIGNHT.'S SYLU-Notlee Is hereby
given thnt I, D. 1 Coon, assignee of tho
Kansas City .Mantel Comjianj', will, on the
2Slh d.iv of January, ISlj, expose for sale
and sell In bulk, or In scp.uatn lots ns
hereinafter provided all the remaining
mantels, tiles, grates, merchandise, tlx
tuies nnd personal nssels of the Knnsis
flty Mantel Co.. excoptlng untnllsetPd
bills, ncnunts, notes and Judgments of said
compinj. to the highest bidder for cash
nnd subject to the approval of the court,
and that all bids shall bo sealed and de
Uvercd to snld assignee on or before tho
said 2S1h day of January, ISO..; ami that
sun irate bills will be received for the mar
ble mantels und separate bids for the
lion mantels und sepirito bids fur the
wood mantels, as well as bills for the
entire' stock of mantels, goods anil merchandise-.
Ilxtures and personal assets nf
pnld Kansas CUv Mniitcl Companv, will
ha recelvi'd. ns hereinbefore provided, on
tho 2Sth day of January, PUT
n D. J, COON. Asslsiice.
TJOTlCi: TO CONTllACTOUS-Tlio uu.
derslgnesl will, on Ucdnesdny. Jantmiy bo,
lVir nt tho east elcor of tho county ceuut
houbo nt Kansas ( Ity, Mcj at 2 o'eloek p.
in let, by publlo, outcry lo tho lowest io!
Hponslblo bidder, e ontrnct lor ren.ilrlnii
l.ildgo over ljlg Tlluo cm tho coal mlno
road; a deposit Of J2C0 lequlred with bid.
Plans and specltlcatlons can bo seen ut
olllco of county survoj-or.
oiuco oc rUANK J. O'FLAlinilTY.
I'.oad und Hrldgo Com.
lWJ. llll" lllliw ,....,,. ut WIU ttUlUii
liolde-is of thu Hcihain Mfg. Co., for tho
election of dlrcctoiH und tho transaction
..r .,..!. r.tliOl' IlllslliesB US 1I1ILV Cnlill, I.Ct...
i' U BIIVll,
ttio louriu Vlll'l '. "J I UHI.U)-, IWJ, U
tho hour of ulno (S) o clock n. m.
mo uuu. ,r (. i:ahaMi ,,lc3,Uent.
S. IS. HTUAJSA Jl.v.Xi De-creiar'.
STOCKUOLDHUS' JIKHTINC-Olllco of
tho Long-Hell Lumber Co., loom 411, Keith
,- Peuy building, Kansas City, Mo. The
annual meeting of tho fcloekholdeta of tho
Long-Hell Lumber Co, loi tho t lection of
directors und such other business us may
eomu before It. will bo held at tho nllleo
at tho company, mom 111, Keith A- Pcrty
building, coiner Nlulh und Walnut streets,
Kansas City, Mo., on Monday, tho Ith day
of Fcbruaiy. ISM, at a o'clock a. m.
VICt6h 11. HULL. President.
Till! ANNUAL MUIJTINO of tho stoek
holdeis of tho United States Trust Com.
puny, of Kansas City, Mo., will bo held ut
tho ulllce of tho company in the New York
Llfa building on Tilday, tho llrst day of
February, 1W3, between tho hums of i) a.
in. und i p. ni., for tho pmpose of electing
eight trustees, for u term of thieo jears,
and for tho tiuusactlon of such other butt,
ness as may legally como before the meet.
ne, W. 11. CiiARKt;. I're'sldeut.
NOTICU Or ANNUAL MUUTI.NG-Of-flto
of the lienham Manufacturing Com
nany. southwest corner 0th. mid Santa I'o
stieets. Kansas City. Mo. January 17th,
Ci.AS.sll'lHII AI)l:llllS)ii:.NT.-l In
tln .tiiitriuil nre eli.triieil nt lun
rnte nt rents per tine. Six trords
unlinll)' luiilii' il Hup.
Ibis rlinruu Is tor rlnsslflcntlmis
peet "I'i'IsiiiiiiIs" nnd i'L'lnlror
nuts," vvfilch nri in eputs tier Hup.
DISIM.AAllll AliVllliristMl In Hip
plrlsslllcil eiitillilliK, 1,. rents per title,
olid mtnlh liirnsiirp. .n inl Inlcrit.
H'ANTIIII- Mmv'dTvMji'rhrep ticwj
nrents on rallrold. Call on fouthcrn Hall
wnv News Cnmpniiy. tills ''nl in nve.
W.W'TI.ti- 1 men fur whulesnle houso;
iu i.ci'Hi. ,. ict.ni oui, iiiuiii i'.
WANTHU-l.lvc man ror lo travel, und
good mi)' i mm ids M tin l
WANTHD-Pastty cook at Hotel Knlsor,
a.ti:m iiAi.u Jti::,t.
WA.NTl ID Ladles -To do fancy Work nt
home, M tn lu, steady work, no ciuiv.isr
lug, send stamp. Dclraj Needlework Co.,
A gill for general housework.
CANADIAN l:MPLt) Mll.x'T OPFICi:,
IW'S 11 12th. cor. Walnut. Tel. 1170. Thu
best place In K. C Mo . to find help or tilt
untlons, main or female; II curs' expeil
etice. Correspondcneo solicited lief. Oninhi
Nat, bniilt, Omaha: fltlypiie bank, l ('
SITI'ATIOV WAN I r.ll-llAI.i:.
WANTHH Munition ns brokkeeper or
mlnoi liosltlon. 12 jinrs' cxperlenci"; don't
object leaving cltj. Aelilret 1'. o, box 312.
WANTUD Agents In eveiy state on al
nty mil commissi in Agents making J2i lo
J) weekly. I'uri'ku Clicinlc.il mid JIfg. Co.,
La Crosse. Wis
T(l 1IIS.V1' IIIKIMIM.
Ttl HUNT V nice tbrep roeiln ilwelltllt.
onlv four blocks from Mlnnceita and
within one block nf two stiect enr IIium.
Call at the Journal branch olllce. III the
Chamber of Commerce bldg.
TO iUiSiT IlOOllSj.
TO llHNT-Ono elcRnnt ulllce room nnd
one suite In tin' Journil bldg llent rea
sonnblc Apply lo the .Inurnil Co
TO P.U.N'T Nlcch fuinlslud room, suita
ble for two: flrst-cl.ivs boird, steam heat.
SW I'orest avc.
TO ItUf.T llISCm.LAM:(IUH.
TO IslINT 21! miles from Leavenworth,
two miles from Port Lctivonwoith, six
commodious rooms with elects, pint!)
and cellar. In a large, modern lulck dwell
ing house: also largo i table, hen house
nnd 12 acres of pisluip, with a ncvcr-fnll-Ing
rtrenm of venter Onlv lellable people,
who expect to take good e.no of thu pmp
city and nn furnish icfoicncr-s, need re
ply Address y, y,r,. Join ml olllce.
TO ItHNT nicKiint olllces In the Journal
blilg nt reasonable rates. Applj' to tho
Join mil Co.
c. c 1'uatt pini: siions
!"or men IC. il tin st Large Invoice of
Stiong ,1. e'airoll s shoes just iceelved.
Good good1 at I'.isonable prices.
PltHSCItlPTIONS Our motto- In drugs
qualitv. not epiintltv, Is of llrst Importance
Geo i: Klmbill, Central Ding Stole, 1022
I.'.it fish and nvsurs nt ilotledgc Pish nnd
Oyster Co 's cafe, IMS Walnut.
DltllSS.MAKIIItS and ladles who desire
the true' Knowledge of dress cutting call
nt 1021 W ilnut st , rooms 401 101.
SIMPSON ,;. GPOVHS, Sheldlcy building,
make loans nt lowest lates, ilost favoi.i
ble icrms given.
StOM'Y TO 1.0A.T.
JAMUS L LOMIIAItD. over Plrst Na
tional bank Applications desired Kansas
Cltv Impioveel leal estate loans, intnest
r to 7 pn e nt, iceordlng to size i'arm
loans prompilj rlosed in Northern ill's mri
and I'isteiii K insas Annual Intci t,
isy terms Cortt spondence solli Iim1
Loi il Investors luvlt.d to ex uulna Hsu of
loin S7 to $10 000
TO LOAN. JJliMi'Mli!
nionil-i Piinoc, V are'liou-c
Kecel'its low 1 lies Vii Us
NA'I IO.V.VI, IICIIM'IIAI.i: ('II.,
.-.li.l Hall Unllill ii g.
C AND 0 1'lllt CUNT money on business,
residence and larm piopcrtv. unusually fa
votabtt) t, mil Apply tn Humor Heed or
Thco Nash bulil Ilrn.idwav op Coates house.
I,l)ii III nie on '.uod iuiptoved eilj
prnpirtj, business or lesldenet', at reason
nblc rit'" iloncj on band.
U V. Holmes & Co , f,07 New rnglinil hldg.
iluM.Y TO LOAN on n il estate at cur
rent rates. HIlXiUH ,. MOOItn.
POP SAI.H nni. KSTATK.
l'OU FA LU Owner olfeis nlnn room
meidi'in In lik ilv.clllng, Jiff j- foot, cist
fiiiut lot, in bust icsldenco p.ut of the cliy,
lit II Hicllllee. Inqlllici No. 7l"l Ile'lst bldg.
Ill -IVIS CHAXCl'.s-.
ilAKL ilONI'Y by co-opuiatlvo specula
lion. Li'Kltim He niethol . safe, leliable,
ilust pnilltablc. No knowu-iU'i, no liabil
ity; no tlmo required ilonthlj dividend i
lo members Ilemest inin.igeinpnt guaiau
tied Subscriptions of 10 and upwards is
eclved. Cjirespnndonco solicited from re
spiiinible parties und repr. switatlvea. Tho
Umpire Sviullinto. suit's s02, 211 Lu S illn
st.. Chicago, 111. rtefii-ni'. The Chicago
Gunrantv I'ompiny. 111-121 La Sallo st
(lui'orporated) j .iiItalS2:o.0(H
SUN!) lor trie book. "How to Tride Sue
I'pssfully in Grain on Small .Margins,"
Perkins t: Co. 211 Ul.iltn bid,-. ChU-ign.
WANTUO-Second-hand J' b press ind
sever il fonts of Job tjpe, ehiap. Address
W. IC itobli.son, Orrlck. ilo
l'rcsldcnt. Vleo President.
13. L. HAItltlS,
iUDLAND TltANSKHIt CO. Krelnbt
nnel baggnge tranfericd to and from all
depots. Piirnltnro moved and pneked by
i xperts. 407 nnd 103 Wyandctte St., Kuu-
sus City. Mo Tel U,17.
Jilts. L. JA.MUS, the well know clalr.
voyant and traucu nit'dium, may bo con.
suited nt IWl Hinnd avc : parlors 30 anil 1)
MItS, PPLl.Ult iell.il.lo traiico medium
niul ni.itcilallatliiu l.Wj Giulid live.
CALL ut 1'. il. Do llord's Mnnimnih
Willi Paper storci and inspect Ids blod lw.
foro bujing. Just received ulna cailoacls,
nil guides, tho cheapest to tho lluest, UU
1113 Walnut St.
WANTUU-Sldo linn "f foods on com
mission to sell in connection with gia.
eciles. Addivss 7 702, Journnl ulllce.
II' YOU wan good, ohl-tashlou butter,
milk or cream, go to McCllntocU's rcatau
rurt. t2u Walnut stiect.
8APUS opened und icp.ilrcd, bought nnd
sold. Combination locks cleaned and
changed. H. HAItltlUAN. Uxpert.
Telephone 12l. 103 i:ust Tenth st.
IlUHSUii AND VUHICbUS.
HOlttiUb wintered 53 per mouth, sent
.ind returned MAitK ti. SAL1S1IUKY.
'irs. n. i. icouiius. iuesoay.
ut 3 10 a. ill will be bulled Wednesday,
the Kid. at I'lmvvood cemetery.
Funeral services at house, :ilj Wabash
avenue, at -.3i) p. m.
1'ltt STJ I S SALll-Whctc , John II
Noith uivl I annlo il North, bis wt, l.v
their die I of trust tinted tho tli lu t
Direvmlier, lwi, nnd ircordeel mi thu J th
day lr liti-eiiiiier, IMin, lu bonk II No. II'
nt pagr fin ,1m lesoii iiiuniv, illisnurl, n -utds
nl 1 uisas Cltj, cniivejid to the Uu
del sli uiil as iruslir. the rnlbiivlng ib
ecrllird leal ctate sltunte In tho uiulitv
nf Jnckscin iimiI iale of illseiuil, to-wli
Lot nuiulier.il six (O nnd the smith sev.ii
(7) feet or lot nuinbcii'il live (1), 111 bleu k
liunibeiiil two (.), nml lids liiiniheinl thlr
Ire n (I.!), flint teen (II) and HflO'li (I'd. In
bleii'k iiuinbi'ri.l tine (I), or McLevv mil
Wnllcv's Icsiiivev of blocks ono (I) und
tttu (i), nf Itionklni heights, nli addition
to the I Ity uf Kniisas, now Kniisns CUv,
ns pnld Iniit mo mnrki'd nnd drslgnnted un
the lecordi'd pint uf said lesutvey, vvhli II
said e mil cjntiic was inade In sci'iun 111"'
piijinent of ihn prliuliial nnd Interest
notes lu snld deed described, und wherens,
default has been miiile In llie' pavnii'iil or
ti pent nf snld principal note, which l now
pai-t illie nnd tcmnliis unpnld, now, then
fore, public nolle e Is hrtcliy given that I,
tho unilcrslteiii'd irustep, at the inquest of
tlin legal holder and muter nf snld mile,
mill In accordance wllh the terms nf said
deed of trust, will, titi Saturday, the ball
day or Pebtuirj, IS'"., between the hours
of Idup o'cloi k in tho fun iiimn nnd live
o'clock lu thu nrtetiiooii of that dnv, nt
thu west door of the United Slates post
olllce building. In I'uusiiit City, Juckoti
couiily, nfoicnld. procenl In iieil, nnd sell,
the ubovei ik-scrllii'd real estnti', nt public
vendue, lo the highest bidder, for innli.
lei niv otT nnd sntlsfi tho bnlmcp of sabl
Hole, tlin Inteiest thereon nnd tlin cols of
executing this ttust. S T. PI. ATT.
Jnn. 22d, 18C.. Tiuslei'.
WHUItUAS, Matthew iladden, n single
lu lit, did, by his certain deed of trust,
dlleel ilnrch lTili, 1S01, und tiled for recoul
In (ho olllce of the ree older of deeds, In
Jackson noniitj, Missouri, nt Kniisns city,
pii ilnrch 17th, JfOI. and teenrded therein
In book II 111. nt page W. convey to the
uiincrslgucil trustee nil of the following
descilbed real estnle In Jackson cuUntv.
Mhsouil. to-velt: Lot numbered fourteen
(10, ami lb" north Inlf or lot tutiuhded
prtceti (1,), nil In block numbered one (1),
In L. 1. Proline's subdivision, nn nddlllon
Jo the City of Kansas, now Kansas eltj
In trust, however, to secure the pavincnt
of certain pinmlssory notes, In said .led
nf trust described, with Interest thereon, ns
therein nnd In fiM notes provided; and,
whereas, default was mule lu the piynnnt
cjf tin prlnrlpil promlsor note therein
described, nnd one Interest note, when the
same became due nnd piv.ible. with Inter
est thereon, nnd slid defiult still contin
ue!1, bv reason whereof the nprcements In
rild dtpil of trust cotitilncd became nnd
were broken: now, therefore, public notice
Is hereby given thnt I. the undersigned
trustee, at the request of the owner of
slid notes, will, bv virtue of the power In
me vested by nld deed of trust, on Tues
day, the Cth dnv of fvbrunrj. IW, nt th"
west dour of the United States postolllco
building. In Kansas Cltv. Missouri, In ac
cordance with the agreements contained In
snld need, sell nt public vendue to the
hlgiie.- bidder, for ca"h, the real est.ito
herelnliefnrj nnd ' n snld deed of trust de
scribed, for the purpose of pivlng snld
notes nnd Interest and the costs of execut
ing said trust.
Kansas Cltv, Missouri. .Tnntnrv 5th, iw.
J. S. HAIHUSON. Trustee.
TltUSTHU'S SALU-Whcrens. defiult has
been made In the p.i ment of the two cer
tain negotiable piomissory notes ind Inter
est thereon descilbed In the deed of trust
mule by Hlchard H. Wellcr nnel Lcttle
W. Her. his wife, dnted Pcbrinry Sth, s7,
lllcel for record In the olllce of the recoider
of d"eds In and for J.n kson rountv, ills
eourl, at Kansas City, Missouri, I'ebruaiy
Mb. liS7, and recorded in bneik It No. 207,
at page 1H1, I will. In accordance with the
terms of said dnpet of tiust, at the request
of the legal owner and holder of snld note,
proici'd lo soil the renl estate In said decei
of trust described, situate In the County
of Jackson, In the Slate of Missouri, viz:
All at the south half of the south w est qu ir
terof section twenty-four (21). in township
forty-nine (I'O. in rnngo thirty-three (3.1), In
Jackson county (except that ponton there
of taken nnd conveyed for lailwij tracks
and purposes), the land In said deed of
trust descilbed being hpvpiiijmIvo nnd one
b.iir (..V-j) acres at public vendue, to the
highest bidder, at the court house door. Ill
the Cliy of Kansas (now Kansas Cltj, Mis
souri), being the south front door of tho
Jackson cuuiitv court hnusp. In Kansas
Cltj, in the county of Jackson, state afore
said, for cash, on Tucsel iv, I'cbrtiary 12th.
Iss;, between the hours uf nine o'clock in
the forenoon nnd live o'clock In the .after
noon of that d.iv, to sulsfv and pay said
notes and Interest nnd the cost of executing
this ttust. HHNIIY N. USS. Ttustie.
TRUST-HE'S SALU-Ily reason or elefault
In the pajment of the piliiclpil nnd Intel
eat of a bond, described In a deed of trust
made by Pi .ink 11. Ganong. single, dated
I'ebruarv 20th. 11W, illcel for record Peb
niary 2tb. lSO. and recorded In Look BIO,
t page 2V. in the olllce of the ice m dor
or duds for Jacksoji tounty, Missouri, at
Kansas City, I will, pursuant lei said ilivil
ot trust, nt tho request of the legal holder
of said bond, between the haul's of 0
o'clock a. in. anil o o'clock p. m., on Mon
day. Pebruary 11th, 1VO, at the west front
dour ot the United States custom house
nnd postolllee bull ling In Kansas Cltv,
J.uksm county, ilo, s!l lots twenty-nlne
(20). thirty ('01. thlrtj-onc (11), thli'ty-iwn
(32) thlitv -three CJl thirtv-tour (II). thlr-t-llvc
l3'i) and ililrlv-six CO). In block
seven (7), of th snb,lh Isl.m callcii "ilarl
boroiigh," In Jaikson county, Missouri, at
public vendui , to the highest bid ler, foi
i.i-h to sitlsfy snlil bond, vlth Interest
nnd cost of exicutlng this trust.
OAP.DINUU LVTIIItOP. Trustee.
-VTOTICl: 'IO S'lOL'KIIOLIIUKS-llis nilliuil
J.X uiictluuor iliu stoil.nolileis o( ilio iler
cliiuts'N.itlnuil luuli, of Kansas Cltv, Missouri,
will b huldlu It-nub us lu nm New Yin k Lifo
building. KunsisClt, ilee. on s itiiid.iv.Iho'.'ud
il.iy nf ivtuiiiiv Is), between Uift hours ot V i
in and .1 p ui.forilio election of directors and
tr insieilun of .inv uiliri liiisiucss that mi
legally come befoio the meeting
VV II CI.AIIICi: President.
ItHW. HVr.VJIl TltAspi:ilH.
NOltilAN ,ij ItOIIl'ltTSON.pioprletors ot
nbsti.icts nud examiners nf I mil titles. No,
10 Ilust Sixth stiect, furnish dally tho
tr insfers of ie.il estate lilesl in the iccoid
ei s olllce ut Kansas City, ilo
Notice All tr.insieis nppc'iuliig In our
dally reports, contain rove mints nf general
wuriantj ur.lcs. oth-'rwlso stated.
Juiiuaiy 22, 1bJ
Umllj McGruw to Clnrleii A. Ilk k-
11. lot lb, block 70, Hast Kansas..; 1
Prank P. llozelle to cranio II.
Haines; pint or lots u niul u, All-
John P. Klmliill lo Daniel Atwnod;
lots S uud 0 und p.ut of lot 7,
block G, ItnHclltlml'.s lcsui vov . ...
J A. Puilies nnd wife ti J lines
Miii'lccuzlc, pint nf norlhwcst
etuaitir of scetlnn 10, towii'ililp 10,
liiugn S. ,
Ni'W Unulaiid Loan and Tiust Coin
puny In T, C James; hits 21 und
22, block '. Whitehead pluco
A. L St. Clair and vvlln to .1 W.
JViklns; lot 10. block 10, Smith .V:
Ke'.itlng's South pntk
T. II Towner .mil wlt'e In Jl.irj' H.
Campbell, Ioih :i uud I, block 2,
O. J. Clark und wlfo io J. A. I "hi -nuliiii
; part ot lot .1",, block 12, Van-
CcmcoiiHa Loan and Trust Com
pany to II. U iloonuy. trustee;
ii.ut nf lots IS, 10, 17, IS niul 10,
block 21, Dundeo place
J. S Gilbert lei New Ungland Loan
and Trust Coinii.ui , pait of lot 1,
J H GIlbLit and wlfo to F. O.
Lithinp, lots 2J and 21, block 1,
O T Strict nnd wlfo tn i:. il. Cool.
Idgo; lots J nud I, Ti oat's llrst ad-
W. Il.ido niul vvlln lii Sam Peiwler;
lot 2S. block 1, HlBhlaiiil pail.
James Ooodiu in Jumes T. Ueduus;
lot 0, block 1, Juntos Gnodlu pluo,
Santo to same lot 7, block 1, same...
Sumo to s.inn), lots 5 and C, block
2, samo ,
Samu to sumo, lot II, block 2, same,.
Sumo Io sumc, lot 12, block 2, saimi .
Same tn samo, lot 13, block 2, tamo..
Samo to s.uno. lot 11, block 2. s.iiihi..
Samu tn sumo lot 17, block 2, sumc.
Samo lu samo; lot U, block 2, same,,
Samo lo sumo, lot 10, block 2. same..
Same to lunio, lot 2u, block 2. mnu' .
Same lo same; lot 1, block 10, c.iuio ,
ri.iniH to sumo, lot 2, block la, muiic.
Same In suiuu: lot 2, block 10, samo ,
Samu in same, lot I, block 10, sumo.,
Samo tn samu; lot .1, block 11, samu.,
Samo to samo; lot l. bloik 11, samo.,
Samo lo tunic, lot 11, block II, sumo.
Same lo same, lot 1.', block II, same,
Samu tn samo; lot II. block 11, samu.
Sumo tn samu; lot 11, block II, same,
Samo to samu; lot P, block 11, same,
Samo In samu; lot li. block 11, same,
Samo to sumo; lot 17, block 11, suiuu,
Samo to sumo; lot IS, block 11, same',
Samu In samu; lot 21, block 11, suiuu,
Sumo to sumo; lot 2J, block II, sumo.
Samo In sumc: p.ut of lot 13 and nil
of lots 'ii. 17 unit l, block 5, Ux.
Samo to samu; lot 17 unci part of lot
18. block i, same
Samu to saino; lot Q uud part of lot
0, bloik 1, same ,..,
Samo to same; lot 20, block II,
Jumes Goodlii place
Samo to sumc, lot 27, block 11, samu,
Simo to suiuu; lot 2S, block 11, same.
Same to samu; lot 20, block 11, same.
Sumo to same; lot 'ii, block 11, sumo.
Same to sumo; lot 1, block 12, same,,
UNION DEPOT TIME GflRD
OMAHA, NT. 1.(11)11,
III. .Willi, .ST. PAUt.
Chnlr Cam Froa,
et nnd 1011 Itlllnn lu
Aunie-ss 11, 11 tutu. A ( P. A., Kansas Cltr
Instrnclloi v All trvlns dally unless marks it
"x, pxipptsntuiajri "V Sunday nnlri "A"ei
eppt fiilunlitri '" xcent itunlayi "I," hu
iiri'yonl) 1 int cultuun. leivei tecoiiit column,
UA.SMiir..v,.HT JO it. R-Iturllnition ltom
.. . - Trains, L.itv Arrlra
Iv C A nroeikdeid rr. .,, lpm .xlOMim
Atlinil. etprcm fWam favum
1 lite iirii r.11.1 train I'll. .. f, Mti in 6.0am
.t I.ouli express ... . 8 1.pm U 1 in
colli, llillin- ,'. Pugot
Isnlltid lOiM.im 7. "An 11
UU.IIT Mr. ti COUNCIL lll.UI-'l' It l"
Otu ih.i ft. SUP. fast mall. Ilioo.im Unit
In:i express -tilipm -10 I0m
thnilia . xpress -oivpm MOam
low mil sMVOaiu ":Mum
Denicrpx. (.1 nnw train), -low.itii vsvptn
'' ""nectliiiu iKitweou i.eavenworta and lUn-
LlllclAtio. HOCK ISLAND A PACIPIC R It
Traliu Last or Mliioun Klver.
Cnlcico mall ,., xoi'Jam I'liinm
Chicago limited. 6M3pm lo.coxm
Tr.ltHVVest of Missouri Itlver
lliilcli,Vlclilta,Pt.V rtti 10 .via m R'Mntn
liinver, CoLsp. ft pueiiii) lo.viam -flim
lellil I I T i I U VVlirtH z 0 (W 1 m v 7I a Itt
i llh-OUIfl PACIPIC It, ItTrams Kul
.Mall ami pvpruss T.tmni Tttbnm
M Louis iUvpprss ... lonnain r.apm
I.lmltPd night pxpross. .. p:.Mpm 7.00am
last mill nnsspuiter I'.nopm lo.roatn
,. iiKiiJii.v -e 1,01111 fL M.-.iim 10.0.11m
..vaihl 11 a"u;uiiciis. v:
0:35 am 7..'Opiu
fo'eyvlllpA Colorado... lo:l.im
Co.loyvllloA. Wlclilt.e.... ViWpm
. .. Trains South.
Jnplln, Pt. Srott .t. W'ta. :a a m
JoplinA, Texaspx 10 Warn
Joplluj: Iciaiex 7:iwjim
. Trains North.
nimbi A (Vn. llr. day ex 7: 1) a 111
Iv (X A Atch'n nccotti ex sjuijiiu
Iv. ti & St. Joseph ct. ... 10:10a rl
IC C. Atpti .e. s,, in4 .. . r..x-. ,1,
Kansas city MnisTiiwr.sTP.itv u n.
Scnrea A lloitrlcpfx.. . wiatti s.:tDti
'llll. W'AIIASII KAIL.no Ml COMPANV.
St. Louis A. Chicago tr... S'tiOam 7:innnt
M. IA.N Ltm ex ... 110.000111 iH.OOpnj
". , .-"'s u v ,iu e-. ax p;o.i p m
Iv. Li it Chlcacoex 6'COnm
CHICAGO AND ALTON.
Chicago A st. Louis ex... utouam
t lUragolimlted (Mum
t a nt
fu i.i)iui.v..'iiic.icopx.,. l"4Vpni 7:l.iani
K ANSASCITY. POKP hC01vl'.t MKMI'IIIS 11Y
I lOrlil t C.lsl. M.ill 1ft .! . n.
liiruonvllln&cilnlou.. no 00 am
ti on p ni
7:o a 111
t lierokop accom fi:'2.'pni
.;i'iiiull iissnni;er X Ci IAJ p III
Jnplln A New Orleani.... I0:oo ti m
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MlbSOUitI, KANSAS i. TEXAS UAILWAY
lexasmall lOilVam fi:5ipn
Texasexnrrss O'lVi p m 7:23 a ra
UNION PACIPIC It AILWAY.
Paclllermst lliiiltecl. .... I'.ltuam B:00pn
UcnvprAC.il ex 7:.lonui K:Mn
ATCHISON. TOPHKA A SANTA PH KY.
I 1st nf Mlssnnr! IIIVAr.
Chicago limltPil 8:20 o m
Columbian express rc.Mpm
Atlantic exprpss C'30 am
Port .Madison local x7:50 a m
F 30 ant
coo ti nt
Wen or Missouri Hlver.
Texas erpress s.llam 4:20pm
Somliprn Kansis nasi... 0'lOam fuSOpm ,
Coloi uloA Utah llni. ... P.OOam fc.OJpnt
California 11m 1 Mum 6.n0pii.
.Mexico .v.iallfornl 1 ex.. 2U0pm :mara
Ol.la. A HoJgo city ex.,
4 20 pm I'nua ra
f 10 pm c.2iairt
GRAtW CENTRAL DEPOT. SndanJ Wtandolta
CHICAGO CIKHAT WHSTRUM RAILWAY
ChL St I'aul i. Minn ... lO.ODam MMpm
StJo, 1,mM & Chicago 7:00pm 9.00am
St.Jn HhM & Chicago lUIOpro
KANSAS CITY, OSCUOLA .t SOUTIIHItN.
Clinton .e. Osceoli ex. .. ROOpin 10:2Oar
KANSAS f ITY. PITTSBUItO & GULP KY.
Pittsli'g, Jnplln. Neosho. 110) am Wipa
Aicoinmoil.ition ooa m s::iopni
Acinmmoii Ulon .. "t'.OJpm x 5 01 am
Lciie Tuesdays, Tliursiliys and Saturday;.
Ariive M0111I ij s, Wednesdays and Prlday
GRAND AVENUE DEPOT. 22nd St
rmevno iiiLAUKi:n.t st palm, tsy
Chicago Passenger xH.uOnm SilVpm
llilllleotlia Uxpiose s&.OOpm 10 15am
Kansas e lt .V tuileppiitlpiti e. Air I.Iiip
Depots 2nd and Wyandotte and 2nd aud Walnut
C.ulika City .V Iniliipcilleteiico Uaptd Ir.lllsiB
Depots 10ta b'rin Station. 12th Street SUtlO'
Pth Sucet Station
NOTICU OK TllUSTUH'S SALU--W here
ns. 011 April 27th, liVJ, James O'Nell anil
Hill ej'.Ncli made, executed and dcllvuied
their dcid of trust for tho puipoto nf se
eming tho piynieiit of two bonds, ono for
the sum ot Jl'i.OuO, tho other lor tho sum of,
S.1.0UI. in laid cli ed of trust ilcscrlbed,
whlili last mentioned bond has been paid,
vv hoi e-ln they cunvejcel to thu iindeislgne'il,
David II. Uttten, truste','. 1J10 follow Inn
ele.se. 1 Hied real estate, situated In tho cjuun
ty of Jackson, und Stuto or Missouri, to
il It. The west ono hundred (l'-0) feet o(
lot number twelvo (121. nt block number
soven (7), In P.lcu'M addition tn tho City oj
Knn" is (now KunsaH City), Missouri. uc
cnidlug to a lcinideel plat the loot, to
gcthei with all tho Impruv enients tliPro
linto belonging: nnd wbeieas on tho 27th
ehiv of Apt II, li'. nt 3.10 o'clock p. in.,
ml I deed of trust wnsj duly iccorded lit
p.iinlc U No 3"i7, ut pago DOS, nf tho records
of said Jneksein countj. illssourl; and,
wheicas, said deed of tiust piovldes that
upon noii-piyment of tho debt secureel by
suld decei of trust by the makers thereof,
tbn property theieln elescrlbed mny bo sobt
be tbo uustco for the pnrnoso of raising;
the- luonev to pay tho debt thereby He
I'liri'd' und. whereas, said bond for f 10.000)
Is now past dun and unpaid; now, thorn
fnie nubile notleu Is berebv given that I,
I,!, nude 1 signed. David H. Httlen. the.
ti listen pained In said deed nf trust, under
and by virtue of tho authority vested In
mo bv sild ih"'d of tiust. at tho request of;
the' miners of said bond, will proce'cd to
sell tho iibovo described real 1 rtate, nt
iitildlo vendue, to the) highest bidder, for
.ash at tbo front door of tho building In
tbo Cltv of Knnsiin (now Kansas Cltj'),
Missouri, lu which tho circuit court of Hnhl
incksein county Is belli, on Saturday, tho
;,iid day of Kebruarj. IS.)", between tho
hours of 0 o'clock In thu forenoon nnd S
o'clock In the afternoon of snld day for
tho liurposn of raising Iho money to pny
o miioiuit of F.1I1I indebtedness, with In.
tnrest and ensue nt pxccnllng thLs trust,
terest no nAVln ia"i'lHN. Trustee.
rUP.P.Y A- SMALT Attorneys.
NOTICU OP TUUSTHH'S SAT.T3-.
Whercas, Mary V, Steele and Charles
Steele, her husband, grantors, by their
certain deed of trust dated the fourth day
of il.iy. A. D. US.. 1111''! for record on thu
lstli day nf ila'. A. D. 1W, and rorordeel
In book II No 201. at page 375, In tho of.
lice of the recorder of deeds elf Jackson
county. Missouri, at Kansas Cltj, con
vened to me, Walter A. Hunker, trustee,
thu following described linds and tene
ments, sltuato In Jackson count. Mls
soml. namely: Allot lots numbered nine (D)
nnel ten (10), In block numbered two (2), Hun
ker Hill, as the same nro marked and desig
nated 011 plat tiled In tho olllco aforesaid.
In trust tu secure, tho noto In bald deed
described: and. whereas, default has been,
made In performance of tho conditions ot
t.ild deed, nnd tho samo bavo boon broken
by reason ot non-pa ment ot said note; now
therefore, notlco Is hereby given that, as)
rceiuestcd 1') tho legal holder of said note,
I. Wjltci A. Hunker, sale! trustee, will pro
ceed to sell, nnd w II sell, at public vendue,
tei tho highest bidder, for cash, the sabl
linds md tenements, on the ilfth day of
Pebruary; A. D. 1S05. between the hours)
uf nine) o'clock n in. and llvo o'clock p.
m at the west front door of the Unlteet
States custom house. In Kansas City, In
sabl Jneltson count.. Missouri, to piy
said iiulebtoilnpns nnd expenses of sale.
s U "WALTUH A Ill'SKBIl. Trustee.
Cool; Si Cossett. Atty's.
n'l nele on lllUV eiui, lib uu. t-.eac uueir o
colli I liousu, hi iwi,i 111, diu, lei njr
publlo outcry, to th lowest responsible
ilelder (bubject lo tbo uppiovul ot tha
louuty touil), tho building of onu wooden
Inidgu 011 btiiiin iihutmcutH near northwest
conur, poithcast auarter of tho
southwest tpiarter of section 20. town
ship D. imigu uj, u deposit of two hundred,
ti'uu) dollars iceiulied by successrul bidder.
SMClllculions fur tbo sumo may bo been ut
Hie county burvcjoi's olllce. In court house.
Fifth uud Oik mb , Kunsns City. Mo
' " 1'P.ANlv J. O'PLAHHItTY.
Dated January 15, 1W3.
notich or fiTOCKHoi.nnns' mukt-
lNil -Notice Is hereby given that tho an.
nuul iiicclllig of thu stockholdeis of tho
Union NJtiunal bank, of Kuusas City, Mo.,
will bo held ut Its banking house, at tho
southeast corner of lith uud Mulu streets,
lu tha City of Kansas, on Tuesday, Ken.
HUH J.', IvJJ. Hrl"ii eiiu I1UUIH U( J.U
400 o'clock 11. 111. anil i ociocit p. m., on baiej
4oo day. lor tho purposo of e'lcctlng elliectors
Hun for the ensuing eai. lly order of board ot
u'J) directors DAVID T. UKAL8. PresiilDM.
'ciO CI I AS II. V. LEWIS. Cashier.
300 Kansas City, Mo., Jan. IS, lWS.