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TItU KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, THURSDAY, JANUARY LM, lq95
t t riiATT-riNU shoes
Tor men, 81" Mnln st. Large Invoice of
Strong Carroll s shoon jul received
(looil good nt reasonable prices.
Our motto in ilrim quality, not tiimn
tlty, l of nrt Importance, (leo !;. Mm
Imll, Central Drug Store, UBS Mnln.
tiRMN root. , , , .
Hal nh and ojsters nt Mot-ledge Tl'h
ami Ojster Co.'n cafe, 91S Wnlnut.
And ladles who deslrn the true know lulu
of dress cutting cull nt 1021 Walnut St.,
simpson a. onovns.
Hhcldley ImlMIni;, make loans nt lowest
rates. Most favorable terms given.
c. o i) STOim. ,
1SI"i Grand nvo-$lo folding bed, gtn front,
JS2r0, jr. lunttrs, $5. high nrm new Ins inn.
chine, KW. .
HOME FORJHE INSANE,
Superintendent vVemd.nn, nf A)lum No. S,
xuj-s Demented People should ot
He Sent to Poor liirms.
The tenth lilennlnl report of the board of
mnnngors of stile lunatic) asylum No. 2,
nt St Joseph, to Ooernor Slono mi.! tlio
Thlrij'-elghth general assembly, now In
region nt Jefferson City, 1ms been prlnie 1
II. Clay Arnold, who retailed from the
lioird to tnko tlio ollleo of recorder of lot
era In this city, received n number of cop
lea jcsterdiy. Kinbadled In the report Is
the report of Superintendent C. It. Wood
ioii. In which ho calls nttentlon to the law
nuthorl?lng counties hnvliif- ICO.OiM or inoro
Inhabitants to build nnd maintain Insane
asylums and condemn tlio practlco that
homo counties have adopted of keeping
ninny Insnno persons In county poorhouses.
"It has been tho custom of thli Institu
tion during this administration to rccelo
nil applicants regardless of form or dura
tion of Insanity, In fact, wo have received
qulto n number of Imbeciles. This It done
In accordance with section Till, Kevleod
Statutes of 1SS0. Imbeciles and chronic
lnano nro ery undoliablo classes for ad
mission, as they nro usually cry trouble
somo and with no prospect for recovery,
necessarily largely reducing tho porcentngo
of recoveries. On tho other hand, they nro
entitled to aslum euro and treatment, and
should not, under any clicumst.inccs. bo
denied It. I am happy to Inform jou that
In many Instances there I" a decided tend,
rncy to remove patients of this clnss from
tho pooihousc-s nnd prisons to such Instl
tutlons; and again I egret vurj much to
Inform jou that sorlo crv well-to-do
counties, for tho pmpose of econo
mizing, liavu removed their tnc-uinblo, nnd,
In some Instances, nil of their Insane, to
county alms houses, which I think, In
every Instance, has been In open violation
of tho law. Sections M7-1S-1J-20, Hovl3ed
Statutes of ISM. authorize counties of
100,000 or more Inhabitants to build arj -jums,
appoint oince-rs, adopt tuli s etc,
but In no Instance, from tho best Informa
tion I can obtain, 1ms this law been com
plied with. I think jour honor.iblo body
HhouM enact laws that will piiivont county
courts from placing tho Insane In pooi
houses and pilons The disposition to re
move to "lien places is for the purpoae of
economizing, nnd tho elllTerciieo Is so little
for their maintenance In such places nnd
In llist-clnss Institutions that It ought not
to bo tolerated Tho lnvv enlltlos tlio ln
r.ino to the full benefits of well regulated
Institutions for tho euro and treatment of
Insane, ns much so as It entitles tho chil
dren of this stnto of school ago to tho
'I desire to cnll jour nttentlon to sec
tions 491-92-nt-9l-9"i--i,, Revised Statutes v,
nnd ion will observe 111 every Instance
heailng upon the commitment of n pntleut
tho word 'sh ill' 13 used, making It miuuli
tory upon courts to commit them to nsy
lums. And I havo been unable to llnd ono
vvord til it nuthoilzes them to vend them
to pool houses. Insanitv Is a gicit nf
llletlon, I know nothing that equals it, and
boliovo that thev should, In accordance
with tho spirit of tho nineteenth centuiy,
receive better, tieatment than Is possible
for them to tecelvo in alms houses or
prisons b so doing many can bo rcstoied
to their families, become produccis and
tnpnjers, instead of being regaidod ns
pnupcis and dealt with ns such 1 think
It Impossiblo to too greatly c-tnphnslu the
necessity of Missouri biking a step In this
direction, us theio nro ninny Mates tint
liavo already en ictod such laws. I most
lespeetfully urge jour honorablo body to
fjlvo this subject duo consideration."
CHIEF SPEEDS' ORDER,
Cnptnlus nnd Sergeints "Must J'nfnrco the
Ordinance, Jtclitlvt, to .ntti ring
Paper In th Street1.
Chief of Tollce Speers has ln.1ucur.1ted a
w.ufaie ngiinst unclean stiects nnd the
throwing of waste paper and mbblsh upon
sidewalks, sticets nnd vacnnt lots. List
night he sent copies of the following order
to nil the precinct police stations nnd
ciused It to bo read at loll call:
"To Captains and Sergeants In chirgo of
"Complaint has been mule nt this offlce
that bill posteis tear oft the old bills on
their bill bonrd.s nnd either throw them on
the sidewalks or on vncant lots in the
icar or near bill boatds, then tho winds
Bcatter the old bills over the street
"It Is a violation of the cltj ordinance
to throw paper or trush of any kind on any
vncant lot or on the stieit cr sldiualkB
I want jou to rigidly enforce the ordinance
nnd nirest tho Hist poison jou Unci vio
lating this ordinance.
THOMAS M. spni.ns.
"Chief of l'ollee."
Dentlis nnd I'lniornls,
Tha funenil servicer over tho runilns of
John V Young were held at 1 Co o'clock
jesterday afternoon at his late home, .ilia
Jiellevlow avenue, and wtm nttended by a
l.uge number of the membeis of Terrace
City lodge No. 276, A O IT. , of which
Mi Young was n charter meuibei, and b
others of tho order. Hcv 1 S Muckley,
ustor of tho West Side Clirlatkui chuieli,
onducted the services nt the house The
pallbearers were: A C Werner, I. C
I.lKhtle. S 1' Wnde, Conrad Hester, .1 11
QiuHgimd and W M b.vvell Captain J.
Jl Itodgers noted ns marshal The remains
weio escorted to Hlmwood eemeteiy bj the
minibus of the A, (J, U W, and there tlio
hervlces of that ord r were conducted liv
Oeneral Cred W Averlll, A, J. Collins and
W. T. Hrockman
An Infant child of Henry Hufonl, of ".'0
Troost avenue, died yestenbij morning. Tho
funeral t-ci vices will bo held at 2 o'clock
this afternoon, and tho burial will bo In
Tho funenil sen Ices over tho rennlns of
Mrs. n C Hounds, who died on Tuesday
nt her homo. 21G Wabash aveniie, weie held
there nt 2,51 o'clock jesterdiy afternoon.
Tho burial was In nimwoocl cemetery
An Infint 1 lillrl of John Komlslik.i, of
1731 Truev avenue, dlol jesterdny. 1 ho f li
ne il will bo held on Sunday morning
Mrs, Teres 1 Mnrrn died jesterdny .it her
home, (in Kant Courth frlreet The fnneril
will be held nt 0 o'llock this monilnur In
the Itnllnn church, nnd the burial will be
In Mount St. Man's cemetery,
Mgr Arsl, a peddler nnd n nntlvn of
Asia Minor, died yesteidny nt his home, 3JS
(rind avenue. He was 37 years of age
nnd had lived In Kansas city three jears.
The funeral services held over his remilns
wero conducted by a pre"t of tho Oreek
church. Tho Imrl.il was In Mount St, Mary's
The remains of Itlnehnrt Wlnd!h of 1115
Oik street, who committed nulelile by lik
ing inoiplilne which nro now nt Slew-art
Carroll's, will be taken to-night to Mnr
f hnlltown. In , for burial.
Omen C. II ismussnn. a dnuehtcr of Cred.
rrlck Itasmufeon of )I50 Cist riflli street,
was burled at 2.?o o'clock yesteril ty after
noon In Union cemetery,
Tho funeral services over tho remains of
Mr?. Catherine H. Stone, wife of Alfred It
Bton of 1017 Woodland avenue, vvero hld
et 2 o'elnek jesterdny afternoon. Itev. Pr.
J R Itoberls o(tl"latcd. Tho burial was In
nuti.cToits ami orriur.its.
Annual Mietlng of tbn Mlisnurl, Ivjns m
mill Tex is Tnut Cmupany,
Tho JIUsourl, Kansus nnd Texas Trust
Company yestcrcluj' li'M Its nnnuil meet
ing for tho election of illrectois nnd olll
cers. Thero wai comparatively lltla
1 banco In tho directory, una almost no
chaniio In tho oflk'iul loster, Tho directors
chosen to uuet explilng terms and to 111)
vacancies wcros W. S. 'i'ujlor, of l'hlla.
delphla; J, D Mcirelghau and Jl. II.
Adams, of St, I.oulsj A. I.'. Stllwcll, 11. J.,
fluilln. l A, I-'axon and l-'ranlt Coopei,
pf Kdtn.as Cltj : C II. Orannls, of New
Vork, and IJ. W, Maibh, of Uildi;oport,
Tho olllccrs were as follows: 1'iesldent,
A. H. Stllwell: first vlco president. A. A.
Moshor. second vice president, :. I. Mar
tin: third -vice, president, W, S. Tajlor;
fourth vice president, J. McD. Trimble;
secretary, II. H. Cone: trcisurer, W. S
Tajlor, nsilslunt seeietaiy and assistant
treasurer. Crunk JJ. Wlfcoij attouicis,
Tjlmbla & Uraley, '
A BIT OF KANSAS HISTORY,
Itl.CAI.I.r.l) lY A llll.l. TO W It'll llfT
The liny Meadow Mnsntre Hevlevtrd "rn
ntnr llltlanl dels im Itrcnrd 11 1 n
Supporter nf Mr. Mnrtln-
Stnb nt t' ffer.
Topekn, Kn Jan. 23.-(.peclal.) There
were few petitions presented this morning.
One b Mr. Hhouse, of Chautauqua, asking
for n reduction of fee and salaries was
preented, nnd one by Mr. Street, nf De
catur, nklng that the state furnish seed
wheal to Western settlers.
Among the bills Introduced this morning
was one by Mr. Murphj, of Stevens conn-t-,
which recalls .1 bit of Kansas history
This Is a bill, to vacito the tovvnslte of
Woodsdale, Vooddale wis founded dur
ing the boom period by Sam Wood. It was
n rival for the county seat of Stevens
counlj', nnd from the struggle between It
and Itugnton grew the tierce feud which
resulted In the massacre of the sheriff of
St"Vcus counlj nnd six of his cotnpinlons
at the hnj mendoivs In the edge of No
Man's Lund, and ns the llnil net In the
tragedj cntne the murder of Sam Woods
himself by Jim Ilreunun, of Hugoton,
Itobltioti, who ted the ctovd thnt mur-.
dereil Sheriff Cros nnd his posse nt Hay
Meadows, Is serving a fifteen Jears' sen
tence for robberj- In the penltentHrj- of
Colorado. Koblnon's compmlons were
ttl"d foi murder in the t'nltod States dis
trict court nt Pnrs,Te., nnd convicted nnd
condemned in hang. The ciso was taken to
supieme court of the United Stites and re
versed. This ended the prosecution John
son, the lending atlornej for the Cooks, who
were condemned to linng, was killed In
Knnns Cltj-, Kns by A. W. I.lltle.
llrrniinn, who killed Sam Wood, escaped
punishment becniie n Jiirj- could not be
found In Stevens county to, try him. Ho
afterward went to Oklnhonn, and vvns
elected sheriff of one of the counties In tho
Itugnton, one of the towns, over which
o much blood vvns shed, his dwindled
to a himlet of possibly 100 Inhabitants,
while the bill Introduced this morning. It It
pissed, v III wipe out tho town of Woods
It Is a melancholj- storj- of waste of
blood and monej', without nnj thing sub
stantlal In return.
A rcolutlon wis Introduced by Veile this
morning that a rommlt'ee be selected to
wnlt on Mrs Augusta Wilson for the pur
pose of seeing whnt could be done far
her It Is sild that Mrs Wilson Ins been
'oniewhnt persistent In presenting clilms
to tho Icgl-litures of Knnsns for the pist
ten or twelve venrs, which fnct called out
the resolution It v.13 dcclnicd out of
Mr nutler's resolution calling for an
Investlgitlon of Mr Chn-e, wnrden of th"
penltcntlirj, cimc up for discussion Mr
Hutler desired to amend his resolution by
miking the number of the Investigating
committee font Instead of three A mo
tion wns made to refer the resolution to
the rommlttfo on penal Institutions This
wns opposed by Mr. New mm (I'opullst,
from Cliv county) He sild there had
for a long time been rumors of boodllng
nt the penltentlirj. If one of their fel
lows hud been boodllng thnt nun could
not be crucltled niu too oon to suit him
Mr Trueblood, of Osige, desired tint
tv o of the committee should be Topullsts
Tim re-olutlon pistd ns nmended
Mr Hohrbnugli's --esolutlon allowing tho
em oiling cl, iks ," ier dnv enme on for
heiilng Colonel Warner desired to know
whit the law on the mibjeet of enrolling
Mi Henedlet, who Is githerlng n reputi
tlon n tho witchdog of the tiensury, op
posed the icsolutlon Ho rnld In nil his
evperlence he had never een a houe ho
IoqscIj constructed as this. He spoke of the
number nf employes hired to assist the
ergeant-nt-arms Slid It wns bevond
precedent nnd If the scrgeint-nt-nrms
hrd ns much bickbono ns a fish worm he
would never have permitted It. He s ild
he had ascertained from the secretin j of
htnte that the cost of enrolled bills two
venrs ngo. If pild for by the folio, v otild
hnve been only ?517, whereas It did cost
more than 5" 000
Mr Tlerellcl of Montgomcrj-, fivoied the
resolution He snld the enrolling clerks
had to le.irn the hind In which the bills
must be em oiled 'I hey bid to prnetleo fot
M hour, per day for two or tluee weeks
and worked binder than nnv committee
clerks In the houe Ho said the house
had .ill c uly vv listed more time In discuss
ing this mitter than would piv the differ
ence In cost ot emplojlng the clerks bj tho
day imtend of bv the month
Mr Hone, of Clulc, made an eloquent
speech in favor of the resolution.
Mr. Miller, of Moirls, mndo .1 forcible
plea for tin- adoption of the n solution.
Mr Pinions, of .Sumner, mide n stiong
hpee h ni'.ilnst tlie resolution
Itoll o ill was demanded lij Colonel Vcale
The icsolutlon wns mloptcd by n vote
of Si to M, nnd enrolling cleiks will be
paid bj the da.
A resolution was Introduced by Mr. Hene
llel oid. ring the seigt int-.it-iirms to keep
tho press tnble sncied for the membeis of
the press g.inj- Herctofoie If n member
of tho press rot In a tillle I iti ho was llu
blo to find his tent oct upled bj home serene
looking iudlvldiiil from nmong tho nowd
of spectators The icsolu-'on w.isndopted
Mr Hopkins of I'lmicv, introduced .1
resolution stating that, wheie.is, the leg
islature hail just elected, one senntoi, and,
whereas, thero still lemalucd a vacanej'
In ono of the senatorial scats from Kan
fcis, rrsolveil, thnt the house nnd rcnate
proceed to elect nnotbei -i.nntor to fill
thnt vicnucy Thlj s.u castle allusion to
Senator I', ffer wns received with a shout
of laurhter and the speaker said lie would
r, fer tlio icsolutlon to tho people of K.m
ia Among tho house bills Introduced to-diy
aie- Houso bill No 420. by Hill, which
makes It 11 mlsdcniennor for any person lo
sell or glo nwuj any list of questions to
be nibmltted to persons being evimlucil for
House bill No, 4.'.', hj- Ooodno, cstnn.
Ibhes nn usjlum foi the insane In
Houibnn county nnd nppiojirlntes flO.Ooo
foi thnt pin pose.
House bill No 123, It) Johnson, of Ne
m ilia nuthoiles electric inllvvnj, tele,
phono and tel. grnph compmlis to set
thelt poles nnd stretch their wires along
public blghvvnjs f-o ns not to Inconvenlcnco
House bill No 421, by Hopkins, proposes
to establish n stnte normal si hool at Har
den Cltj', nnd appropililes fio.ooo for tho
Houso bill No 421, bj Hopkins, makes the
running of bucket shops iv misdemeanor.
House bill No. 42ii, by Simons, requires
the mortgagee of personal piopeity to ad
vertise, tho sale of such propertj In snino
p ipr of geneiul cliculitlon In tho county
wliero such propel ty U taken In sitlsf.ic
tlon of (lie debt.
House bill No, 427, by Trueblood, mikes
the county superintendent llio sola exam
iner of persons np'iljlng for teachers' cer
tlflentes In his county,
House bill No l.tt, by Trueblood, estnb
llehes a stato bond nf arbitration, consist
ing of one member fiom each concessional
illatllct, and ono mepiber from tho slate-at-l.irfce.
The member from tho stato-ut-lirgo
shill bo tho commissioner of labor,
and shall have a salary of 4l,s(V) per j'ear,
the other members to icrelvo Jl per daj-.
The board thall havo general povv6r to
tettla dllllcultles between etuplojcs and
Houso bill No 421, hy Hcksteln, prescilbes
rcsulutloiis for keeplnif open public
Houso bill No. 4:0, by HcKstein, author
Izes the commissioners of counties contain
ing cities of ho Mrst diss to extend the
tlmp of redemption of lands Bold for
House bill No. 435, by Hohrbaugh, fixes
tho salaries of tho clerks of the district
courts, and fixes tho fees to bo charged by
tho eheilffs of the feeycrnl counties. This
bill makes the salary of tho clerk In coun
ties of 2.001) Inhabitants and less M0: in
counties from 2,000 to 5,000 Inhabitants, J700;
In counties of 5,000 to 10,000 inhabitants,
11,000; In counties of 10,000 to 15,000 Inhabl
tants, 1,:00; 15,000 to 20,000, l,500j 20,000 tq
30,0110, $2,000! In counties of 50,000 Inlnbl
tnlils nnd upwards, not more than (2,tM
House bill No, m, bj Merldlth, eslib
llihes n state Industrial reformatory, pro
vldes for n board of manager", consist
ing of three persons, lo In appointed by the
governor; also n general superintendent
n n snliry of JI,oo per vertr, nnd other
ncecssiry o(llce This bill looks lo tho
complellon and opening up ot the reform
atory nt Hutchinson. Kn.
The houe went Into committee of the
whole Mils afternoon on uener.il onleis.
with Ilenedlct In the ehnlr
The follow Intt Idlls were recommetK.cd
"An net for the relief of Cliy tntt r,"
permitting tho cll to wlllidrnw IVI f -om
Its sinking fund lo p.iy outstanding Indebt
edness. "An net to lORtllrc orilclal proceedings
performed by countv olllelnls of King
man county, where the court houso wns
Jointed outside of county seat"
"An act relating In the sinking fund of
Dotilas county." This ai t permits the
commissioners of tionglis county to cover
Into the sinking fund the money derived
fr.-m Interest on county deposits.
'An net to nbollsh the circuit court of
"An net to provide for the commissioner
of tho poor far Cowley eountj-."
"An net to nuthori7e the boird of educa
tion or Kansas CltlKns.,tn lovy a spochl
tnt ot I mill on tho dollir for the purpose
of paying teachers In the public schools,"
"An net to provide for the distribution
ot chattel inorlgiges when the same hive
been paid "
Houso bill No. 71, by Cox. of Ncoshi.
This bill provlden for a tender In enscs be
fore justices of the pence, ;lmllir to the
law now In force In regard to cises In the
House bill No. 4", by Pancake, nn act
authorizing the chnncc of tho boundirles
of school districts nnd for locating school
districts which hnve become depopulated
Ilefore adjourning, the speaker nn
neunccd the following committees'
Hortlcultuto nnd forestr" ITtrgernld,
chnlrniiiu; tllilr, Murplu. Stuc l.cbrnnd,
Mllln, of (lenrj , Mott, Winters.
Private roiporatlons llender, chnlrmcn:
Morrow, Powers, Sherman, Tucker, Mott,
Immigration Andiewp, chnlrmnn; Wil
son, of Stnnton, rrntt, Haines, Poweis,
Schljer, S rugue.
Supervision of Jourml Hnnni, ehalr
mm, Haker, Butler, Do Witt, DIs, Conger,
Political rights of women Knlpe, chilr
mnti; Itcmlngtou, Stioniqulst, Stoclcebrni.d,
Shouse, Ingle, Wright.
Cities of thu second class Hopkins,
rhnlrmau, C'nldvv '11, J'rizct, Merldlth, An
drews, Smith, of Sherman; Newman
Municipal Indebtedness Hcksteln, chair
nun. Itucklln, Tucker, I'ltrgernld, Vcale,
County reits and county lines I.nmbcrt,
ot Lon, chnlrmin; Cornell, Urndlej, Jlu--phy,
Sitterthwaltc, llrown, ot Crawford,
v. if.litninu, lrgle, Hart.
Federal nlitlons I.ough, chnlrmnn' T.cn
cllel, Sntlcitlnv.ilte, Clnjcomb, Allen,
1'iibllc lands McKnlght. chnlrmin:
Johnson, of Ncmchn, Hill, Hcinlngei, Wil
son, of Stnnton; I.imbert. ot Lincoln,
Telegruph and telephone Smith, ot Ot
tawa, clnirmin: Ooodno, I.ough, Shormnn,
Grimes. Hilton, Hnrt.
Hnrolltd bills Crimes, chnlrmnn, Aker,
Ave Hon, Miller, of C.eiry; Shouse, Lewis,
btite llbrnrj' Prntt, chnlrmin; Itoblnson.
Jlnthevvs, Itenedlct, Heminger, Smith, of
Manufacture" White, chairman: Thls
ler, Hnlnes, Hrndlej', Cannon, Hutie, of
et, ,ti- I'riieiTilings,
After the usual order tho following bills
Hy Danner In the matter of recording
real est ito deeds.
Iiv wajs and moms committee Appro
priating JIOO'O for tho support of the In
dustrial school for glils at lielolt
Hy Smith To regulate the practice of
medicine nnd tistriln the sale of nostrums
bj Itinerant peddlers.
Hy Leedj Authorizing the treasurer ot
Cofies eountj to dcpoiit county monej- In
ce italn banks.
Hi roinej- Approprlitlng $S"0 to piy
Ir. Li awe for loss of silaij nnd costs of
ult In maintaining her place upon the stnte
board of t haritlcs
Tty Parker Vacating certain additions to
Ol ithe, relating to the assignment of mort
gages Itv Sheaier establishing 1 high school at
the town of I'rnnkford, Marshall countv.
Hy O Ilrj 1111 Vacating additions to the
c Itv of Wichita; removing the political dis
abilities of S A Woolbick
Ilj Sterne To puicliisp additional Imil
for the 1 1 foi m school for boj s it Topek.i
Hy Armstrong Conferring mnjorlty on
I".irl M Holslngton, a mlnoi
Hy T.ijloi I'mvldlng n tax for tho Im
provement of ro ids and bridges.
Hy llrown Severn! acte to regulite tho
business of tlio Insurance comp lilies.
A usolutlon was passed to p i entailing
cleiks ?'. a d ij' Instead of 23 cents a folio.
The following committee report cinio In
I.iti, as the, reform pnjed for by tho
"press gang" had been alio id) accom
plished: "That one cloik room towel should not
bo used more than eight dijs without
vv ishlng "
' Your committee on publlo health, to
whom w is lefeiud senate icsolutlon No
S, by Sen itnr lltovvn, lefonlng to the
'prei-s gang' and towels has had tho same
under eoiiskleritlon, nnd, being nuvlous to
piobet the public from the danger of dis
ease and spreail of contagion, to the extent
of thtlr ability to abate everj- mensiiio or
Influence that might contribute thereto,
and we therefore lef, r the lesolution, to
gether with the 'p, ibs ging' and tow 1 Is,
to tho committee on agtlculture nnd irrl
gntion, nnd request them to subject them
to the neeessaij d alining process "
In tho vote tuken on senator jestoiday,
not one vvns cast b' elthet Populist 01
Democrat fur John M irtln, tho present In
cumbent of the olllce Just before ad
journment to go Into Joint scslou for tho
Unction of Culted States senator, Senntor
Dlllard rose to a question of pilvlloge, and
secured unanimous consent to tho fol
low lug statement printed In tho senile
"Piofessional engagements necessitated
mj absence from tin, senito 011 January
IS, ISO",, Had I havo been In my scat I
should have cast my voto for tho Hon.
John Mnrtln, ot Topeku, for senator from
Kansas to the, congress of tho United
Stites, Two j ears ago twontjMlvo of tho
forty members of this body gave to this
man their Mipport for this high olllce.
Satisfied, ns I nin, that he has faithfully
nnd cnpibly peiformed eveiy duty nnd
trust of lilh e- ailed station, I wish to bo
recotded ns In favor of his re-election,
"W P. niLLAIU),
"Senator Hlshth District."
Tha senate adjourned until 10 o'clock to.
Tho weather jesterdny was cleir nnd
cold The highest temperature was 20
do,; , and the lowest temjieiatiiie II deg,
Hollowing I" tht lecnrd of list night's ob.
Now Orleans, Inrometpr 3an2; temper,
ntuie. M; flalveston, '."19.'. CO, Chicago, SO in,
8: St I'.iul. 2" -2; Siirlnglleld, Mo, .1010,
20; CoiKOidll, .!-'2i, hi: Dodgo Cty, 30.10,
"); Hlsmaick, 30 4.' -20; Helena, 2UI-! 22;
Chevenne 'UK, 2i, Denver, J0.OJ, ?j), Wich
ita SOU, 21; tat. Louis, 30.10, 22; Kansas Cltj,
I lii'i,ii'li' Annual Hall,
Tho llreuieii's fourth anuuil compltmen
t.iiy liall will take place at Kit omen's hall,
No &17 Walnut stieet, to-uiorrnvv evening,
cud the prep initlons Indicate that It will
piovo a Bleat success Thu committee on
nriangements, consisting of C. II. Stearns,
C, Cluik and I. Connois, has been busy
sevoi.il dajs, Thu iloor commltteo will
consist; of J J Jlooncy, l'red Dwjer and
1'. J, I,viu.h, Tho Invitations havo ulteady
A BOOK FOR
Entitled "Woman's lieauty. Peril, Duty." con.
every woman, married or elugle. ehouIU know
about beuelt.vtlll te teat 10 u &adre COCC
lejciu f toltfcM Mid. C9. l41UI,UtoI.inbC
NO MORE DOUBLE PAY.
siti.Nit tcAsr itr.itn.r onin: i;t:fi;it.
l,lf,lN ItnOIIY tN Mlssnt HI,
Attorney (Irnrrat lteversrs Ills HrrUlon nnd
Members Cannot Drier Additional
Mhtr.v fur Committer Work
l'iirtliiiibl, In "cm lie.
Jefferson Cltj, Mo, .Inn 23.-(Ppeclal.)
lmmcrilntcl) nfier the house lonvcned this
morning the spenker reported a communi
cation from (he attorney gem rat, In which
the opinion Is expressed that members ot
the nudltlng and visiting committees nre
not entitled to js per day for such services
during nnj portion of the lime of the sit
ting of the general assembly. This opinion,
which a recent resolution In the house
called for, Is In direct conlllct Willi a prev
ious opinion by Attorney Oeneral Woods,
but It puts an end to another long-endured
nbtise. This Hcptibllcun house has already
chopped off a lirge amount of lllegltlmnle
expense nnd the chopping Is still In prog
ress, .Mr. Schooler, of Chnrlton, moved the
adoption of n resolution expressing the
sentiment of the house thnt the stnte Is
amply provided with educntloml Instlln
llnt.s, of n high order, supported by the
state, and thnt movements, bills, etc., look
Ing to tho estibllshmctit of more unlversl
tlrs nnd normals supported by tho state,
do not meet the approbation and cannot
havo the support uf the house Thu reso
lution was aimed at the promised normals,
one In Northwest Missouri nnd olid in
Southwest Missouri, with a desire to de
tent them. The resolution wns 1 ild upon
the table by n vote of 79 to 4J, Democrats
generally voting mj
Murray, of Holt, presented petitions from
the W. C. T, U. of Kansas City and Siirlng
lleld, Mo, containing MO names In favor
ot antl-clgarette and anti-tobacco law to
prohibit the sale and use of the same to
and by minors.
Mr. lllgbeo, of Schujler, Introduced a
bill regulating medical and surgical treat
ment iindei the school ot ocloptthj. This
1' a revival of the bill which the press of
the state In 1501 ridiculed out of existence
It Is meant to legallre the school and In
stitute of osteopathy located at Klrksvllle,
and to empower the proprietors thereof to
treat sickness or phjslcnl Injuries and dis
abilities. In erfec-t It recognizes osteopnthj
as a sjstcm nf surgical and phvlc.il treat
ment. I'nder the bill those practicing must
hold certlilcntes from 11 school or Institute
.pi,,.. ,rtafnr.n olnveii bills were en-
, .,., ,. tmif soon, iti-feiteil after
spirited debates To expedite bulnesi and
do it piopeily seems 10 ue nn- iiiiuinm,
motto Mr. Moron's bill In regird to crim
inal practice nnd pioci'edlngs.though wnrm
ly supivirted t Its author nnd by the com
mittee on criminal Jurisprudence, met verj
strong opposition on nc Mint of Its mmy
rndlei! changes from the present pnved
ure, nnd w is flmlly rcfeind, as a com
promise, lo the committee on wajs .ml
means It Is In lln with the piondses of
the lite campaign, and would verj largely
tecluce criminal costs. Its esp--clul curi
tlve feature Is in the restriction nf tho
number of witnesses who miy be subpoe
naed at the stite's p nc '1 he ph irmacj
bill prepared by tho Stale Pharmiceutlcal
Asso-diilon went to engrossment sllghtlj
In the emti this morning Hirrtson's
nmendmi nt to the cur.itois' bill, excluding
Irofesors of colleges, universities, nor
inils, 1 tc fiom membership on saJd hoard,
was adopt. 1 This e bides Profi ssoi
Woodwird of Washington unlversltj .from
re-.ippolntmi nt The adoption of the
amendment In the senate maj largely cur
tall the appropriation for the unlversltj In
thu house Thu unfortunate fact Is that
Democntlc -rnilots Insisted upon making
the nmendment a partj meastii,.. The ef
fect Is to exclude professional e lucitors,
for all time, from membership on the boaid
Senatoi Venter's 1,111, reducing the fee
allow nice for k, eplng prloncis from to
cents pel dij to P0 cents, was to-d iv
amended, allowing 40 cents per dn, and
was then oidered ngrosscd
Senator Goo Ivkooutz introduce 1 a bill
prov idlng th it no professor 01 do m of an
medical college m iv be appoint, d to a
membership on th stato bond of health
This bill would d lur ne irly cv.rj present
member of the bonl of health from ie
nppolntment. Upon motion of S, n.atnr O'li mnon.alnrge
cntjoi Hirtrilt of the lite Senatoi MeOiu
iili, presented bv tin- family to the sen.itt ,
wis accepted Stuatbr I. Milan lntracliircd
a bill which prov lies that Kansas Cltj
lion Is maj be ace. pted bj the Mat' tr, is
urer ns secuiltv ti ml the state deiiosito
ilfs .Missouri, bt Louts and Culted States
bonds heretofore h.vo been accepted A
bill like thl i was vetoed bj- tin- governor
two jeijse mi, Sinitur Ljmau, In pitseqt
Ing tin, bill to-il.iv, s-ild he could nsute the,
m n He that It vvmill not be vetued this
Senntor Yentei's Pettis county couit bill
passed this nft in jou without serious op
position. It pioviks for the establishment
of the Thirtieth judicial district (Pettis
eountj) and giv,s four criminal and four
civil terms of court per jear, all by the
s imo Jude.
iu:t.le;ieN iv 1111; spco.vd .iti).
('eiihiis 'lake is tin 1 Uitli ejairr Dxpc rle me
in llulr V.,rl..
Pour cinvassers wire chosen nnd detailed
to canvass the Second ward for the religious
canvass now In ptogress In Knns.is Cltj,
undet tho auspices of the Mlulstms' Alli
ance, jesterdnj None of the canvassers
wete Injuied during the daj The) set forth
boldly on their wink, but met with many
rcbulfs at tho outbi-t. Shell questions ,i,
"Do jou belong to dis reform committee?"
"Aru jou ilolu' ills fei de push ei agin It,'"
und "What t'll is It to you"' were fre
tpicutlj put lo tho astounded canvassers
who were seeking to furtli, r the object of
city evangelU itlon One woman left the
wash tub long enough to threaten n can
vasser with a sound thrashing bccaiuu the
hiMrd Ml. Shttwlwin. of the Helping Hind
mission, has silil nt the Mlnlsteis' Alii
mice thnt no ilee cut man ought to go Into
the Second ward for the purpose of m iking
u eunvns When Mr Shawhun lie,n,l of
this ho walked ovei to tho Cemial iHillce
station, vvheie fniuo newspaper men weio
congiegited, nnd t ild ho hul made no 10
mark uf the kind and had been mhquond
In the tnattit by nn evening piper. He
wanted the matter corrected he said, in
order tint the ciuvnss of the Second wanl
might progress In peace .Mr Shivvhan Is
satisfied that his canvassers will Unci even
In the Seoond ward moio good men than
were nece'tary to save the cities of Sodom
Hotel Savoy and restaurant now open.
Ninth and Central streets 'Ilia best Hiiro,
pean hotel In tho city. Try It. Hwlns
111 let. by pul'ilcl outny to tho lowest lit.
si.otislblu blddc'i conllact tot leiiiilrliiij
brldgo ovei Ills Illtjo on tho coat mlno
oad: a deposit of -i" lequiud ti ,,.
'.. 1 liv. 1 HIiVIllitlKl t till lira c. 1 .. .,
piuiis una biHtiilcuitons cm. Ijo sttu at
omco e -YlLm JffriMllUiiTV.
Itoad and Ilrldge Com.
b'lOCKIlOLDIHt.V MHUTINO-Olllce of
tho Long-Hell Lumber Co , toom, 111, Keith
tc Pero balldlm,. Kansas Cltj, Mo. Tlio
annual meeting of iliu stockholders of tho
Loiirf-Hell Lumbii Co. for tlio election of
illrectois and sueli ..other business as may
comu bcfoio It, will bu hold ut tho ollleo
of the company, tooni 411, Ixelth lV Peny
t.ullillng, corner Ninth and, Walnut streets,
Kansas Cltj', Mo, on Monday, tho 4th day
ot febiuaij-, IVtJ. at 0 o'clock a in.
VICTOII H. HULL, President.
JOIICE TO b'lOC'KIIOLDUHS-The annual
x ,iiH..itn - of thu blockhulders or tha Mer.
chauU'Natloujl bank, of Kauris Cltj-, Missouri,
will bo behl In Its olllcec in the New York Life
building, li.ius.is Cliy Mn, on t,uturdav,the Ja.l
day of I'etiruary, lx between the hours of 9 a
111 aud 3 p. m.. for tbe election ot director aud
transaction of an) other business that uuy
lenally touao before the meeting
NOTIcn TO CONTP.AClOltS-Tha un.
ejJiblBiicil will, 011 Uiduesilay, Jamuiy S),
ltSl. id tho east ilcoi of the eountj; com
l.iicn II IVCIIiril J 1 tMUll lL U L'l ll'K ft
CLASSICIHI) ADViatrl.sKMKrH in
the Jonrnnl nre cluirited nt lh
rate of 10 ernta per line. Sis vroriU
uxinllr til a be n line.
This rlinme Is for ctnsnlflrntlnni
except I'ersiiimU" ntiet "ClnlrToy
ants," xxlileli nre If, cents per line.
tllM',Ar.l AHYimrttlMl In the
rtnaslni-il pietiimiia. in ofti4 tier line.
1, lid nunle inriixirr. An cnt tnUen.
WANTHD Traveling salesmen to can
vnss the trnde In lown, Indiana and Illi
nois for n No 1 selling article ns a side
line; sells ltelf on sight! 20 per cent com
mission, samples ftee. Addtess the Ad
Juslnble Shade Hanger Mfg. Co, Chamber
of Commerce blilg , Kansns City, Kns.
WANrilD-Immcdlatelj, three news
icents on ritllrotd. Call nn Southern lt.ill.
wiiv News Cninpinj. 1011 I'nlon avi
WANTi:i)-2 nun foi vvholenlo hoilsoj
tlO vveelcl)-. ti West Mb, rcuin 0
iv A.vrnn-i'KMAi.i: 111:1, p.
WANTHD-LadlcB To do fancy work nt
homo; t to $li)! steady work, no ennvnss
Ing, send slump. Delray Needlework Co.,
Deli ay Mich
A girl for general housework.
Canadian i:ipi.oymi:nt OI'PICIJ.
nnd I'urnlsbed ltoums, lotij II. IStli. cor
Walnut. Tel. UT;, The best dace In K. C .
Mo, tu find help m situations, male or
f'innle, II jentn' experience. Itef otunliii
Nut. biuk, omnba, Cltlzeua' bunk, K. C,
tmtArio?, w.i.Mi ii-.viai.i:.
WANTHD-Kltnallon for a llrst-ilass
man and wife (Hngllsb and Certnm) lu
private fatnllv ns cook and coachman, 1110
excellent help: have, aire, many cood girls
for nil kinds of work. Can idlaii L'mploj
mint olllce. IOPj H, Utli. Tel. 11T0.
WAN I'HD Situation ns bookkeeper or
minor Position, 12 jears' experience, don't
object leaving cltj. Address 1 O. box 312.
WANTHD Agi nts In every stnto on sal
arj 1111 I commlsspn. Agents making t2", to
too weekly. IhirtKi Chemical and .Mfg. Co.,
1. 1 Crosi-, W!,
to itHM' iiot'.sns.
TO HIINT-Ily Joseph Plume:
1S11 lire, idvv iv, J. loom house, Jl.
2.20 Montgall ave, 0-100111 hoU'e, JO.
2IUi K ills. is nvo , ,,-room lions,., 7.
2in, Kansas ave. C-routn house-, J7.
2oc; Holmes st , 5-roont lions,., Js
I.-7 Woodl in.l ave, S-room house, $3
17-"1 Main St., 1. loom house, JI0.
'in. Grove st , 3-room house, $10
Cor, Lliiwoocl and Holmes, o-room house,
17c'. Indiana nve, r.-room house, 12
1112 VIoutgall live, 7-room brick, $17 10
Ills 1: 'ith st , U-room limie, $1-,
2121 Ljdli live., b-room brick, J20
21-'i Ljdla nve, S room brick, $20
2I1S U 12lh st , s.room brick, J.-3
IM 1 Orand nve , I ir-o htore, SIS
Cll Independent e ivc large store, Jl"
JOSHPII PLl'Mi: lt'-ntal Agent.
-Ml New Hngliml building.
in hcxt-A nice three room dwelling,
onlv four blocks from Minnesota and
within one block of two street car linos
Cnll nt the Jonrnnl brnnch olllce. In the
Chamber of Comme-ieo bldg
TO UKT IIOOM").
TO ItH.NT One elegant olllce room nnd
one suite In the Joiirn il bide Rent lea--on
ible A pnlv to the Journal Co
TO K1J.N 1' Nlcelv furnished room, iiltn.
ble for two, Ilrst e I iss boird: steam heit.
eftO forest avtj
to hi:.t viiscei,i,am:olh.
TO IlKNTHIi gant otllce-s In the Journal
bldg at reasonable tates. Apply to the
iio.m:y to loax.
JAMHS L I.OM1URD, over Hirst Na
tional b ink Applications desired Knn- is
City Improved real estate loins. Interest
tt to 7 P?r cent, .according to size r.irm
lo in jiroinptlj closed In Northern Missouri
nncj nitern K ins is Annual luteiest,
easy terms Correspondence sollelte 1
I.onl Inveitors Invited to examine' lists of
loan JMO to SlOono
SMS I 5 C t! t, Il mncN. Plino, W uelimi c
91)11 tlV m II Itec-tilnts litvviil.s Mulls
tlrst NAT ION VI. ItlttlKI It (,r. ( l ,
.".III II ill llullilbig.
."1 AND 0 PHP. I CNT money on business
residence and farm piopurtv, iiuusuallj fn
vnr.ibli, terms Apply to Homer lteetl or
1 beo Nnsh lOQt Itroatlwav. eqi Coites bouse-
LciANs, in itle on goo 1 improvfd cltj
pnipertj, business or ii-ddence. at icason
able rntis Money on hand
H II Holmes Co , S07 Now rnglind bldg
MOM.Y TO LOAN on reil estate- at cur
rent rates. UIHCSHH i VIOOHH,
C(ir SAI.M Itllll, IISTATIJ.
4"7n I'LIIT, 1 nulling from N. 2d st
.ifitiss itr st to Knnsas river, next to
Hauliers Cooperage Co, in old Kan"as
Cltj, Kins is, foi only tO.J.'", being oulj
J",a iter foot, has street, switch nnd river
fiontiges I- 11 MADDHN,
70S Wall st , K, C , Mo
pull SAI.1I Ownii often nine room
model n In UK duelling, fifty foot, eist
f 1 out lot, In best icslilcucn pirt of tho ell,
at a sacrifice, lnqulio No 70) Heist bldg
nt sim:-.-, ( n.ci.
CHAM. K TOW!'. JOHN II. TOUT,
President. Vlco President.
V. L. IIAHlllb,
MIDLAND TltANSI'HH CO.-Frclght
and biggi,"- tianferred to and from all
depots I'lirnlture mnved and picked by
experts 407 ami 400 Wyandotte st., Kan-
pas City. Mo Til 1117
Mltb. L JAMHS, the well know clalr
vojant and trance- medium, mi) be eon
suited nt in 1 til end live parlors 3J and 40
MHS PCLLUlt. lellablo trance medium
ami materiiillratlun iio;- Cliaml avo
CALL (it P M Do Hold's Mammoth
Wall 1'ipnr store and Inspect his stock be.
foiu bujliig Just lecclvc-d iiluo cuiloads,
all guides, tho cheapest to tho lluest, 1IU
II' YOU wan good, old.fushlon butter,
milk or cieam, go to McCllntock's rcstuu.
ran. .2j Walnut street. 1
stai-p-4 nnptied and renalred. boucht and
sold. Combination locks cleaned and
chanyed. il. HAIUtlliAN. Hvpert.
Telephone 12SI. 1(0 Hast Tenth t.
nouses AMI VtJIIICI.HJ.
HOItHS wintered S3 per month, sent for
and returned. MAKK h SALISHUHY.
I.eini e fcum ujivit tueo ,u a .s.,
Tuestlay a. m.; a reward will be pild If
returne.1 to 2JJ vY. 12th st.
. ....., . ..,.! ..A A.... 1...1., .. n..l.
o'clock, at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Cj.jIu Ilassett, 1327 Jefferson 6treet, David
Updegraff. of Hennepin eountj-, Mlnne.
sota. formerly of Kansas Cltj-, aged 71
Puneral from the house at i o'clock p. m ,
FrlcU). tin 2itli Inst.
Minneapolis pantr please copy
LCKlVlONnv bj io-operitlve specula
Hon Legitimate methods, safe, lellihle.
.Vlost lirolllable No knowledge; no lliibll
Itj . no time lequlred Monthlj dividends
to mcinbirs Honest m magement guaiaii
teed bubscrlpiloiiB of 10 and upvv ards ri -celved
Cornsponilence solicited fiom ie.
spon elide p irtles aud lepii-seut Hives. The
l.mplre Sjndknie, siilti- soj, 211 1,1 Salle
st Chlcigo III Ilefeit'licc: The Chicago
(luirniits Coiupinj. 110-121 La 61II0 at.,
( I ncci rpoiated) c ipltul ?j:o 0"0
'TTlTsTiTHrSSALi5 John II
North nnd Pnnnle M, North, hi wife 1 y
Ihclr dee! of trust dnted the ftli day nf
De-cilnber, 1M, nnd recoreled on, the Ulli
elny nf December, lxto, In book II No IP
nt pnitc 4W, Jackson lount)', Missouri, lr
ords nt Kinas Cliv, coiivcjod to tbe un
del signed as trustee, tho following de
ret Ibed real estate situate In tins count)
uf Jnck'nii Mini stall) nf Missouri to-wlt
Lot iitimliiiril six (cl) nnd tho south seen
(1) feet of lot niimberi-d live (S), lit bio. I:
numbered tvvn o, and lots numbered thlr
leeui (13), fourteen (II) nnd llfteen (to) In
block numbered vine (l), of Mcl.ovy and
Wnllev-s ifsurvej of blocks ono (1) nnd
two (2), of HrooklMi helglits. all n edition
to the Cltj of Kansas, now Kansas Cltj,
nv Slid lots are marked and designated en
the recorded plat ot sail tesurvej, which
said convejaliee was tnndi) lo senile the
piijmeiit of tho principal and Interim
notes In said deed desetlbeil, and vvliei ras,
defnult bus been mndo In tlie nnv mi lit of
a part of said prlticlpaLtiotc, will b Is now
bast due- ntul rcniillnn ilnpildi now, then
fore, public notice Is herebv given tint I,
the utiderslgned trustee, at the reipn-st of
the legal holder and owner nf snld bote,
nnd In accordance, with the terms of said
deed nf tlust, will, on S.itunlij, the 16th
day of IVbrunrj, IP",, between the houis
of nine o'clock In the forenoon und live
o'clock In the, nfteinooii uf that dav, III
tho wist door ot the I'liUtel Stales post-olllce-
building, In Knnsis Cltj, Jackson
county, nfoiesalil, proceed Ie, sell, and sell,
the nbove ilesc'l lbei teal estate, at public
vemliio, to the highest blddei, for cash,
to pay ulT ntul satlsfv tin, bilnnc, of snld
note, tho lull-test thtieou and lb" costs of
exri-utlng this trust. S T PI. ATP.
Jnti 22c, v,",. "1 rustee.
WIIHIIHAS, Mntthcw Madden, n slnrle
mm, did, by his certain deed of trust,
dated March 17, h, 151. and tiled for record
In the olllce of the lecoieler of deeds. In
Jackson eountj, Missouri, nt Kansas City
on Mnrcb nth, ivq, nnd record 1 therein
In book It 413. nt pipe 470 convey to the
nnoerslgned trust, e all of the following
described renl estnle In Jnck'on county
Ml-sourl, to-wlt Lot numbered foul teen
(II), and th,. north Inir of lot numbered
llfteen (If.) nil In block numbered one (l,
In I. L Hmu tie's subdivision in addition
to the City of Kansas, now Knnsns Cliv,
In trust, however, to secure the pavment
of certain promlssoiv notes, in s del deed
of trust elese-rlbeel, with Interest thereon, us
therein and In said notes provided, nnd
wherens, default wns msde In the pivment
of tin principal prnmlssorj 1 ole therein
described, nnd one Interest note, when the
same becini" due nnd pavablo, with Inter
est thereon nnd said default "till contin
ues, bv reason whereof the ncreement" In
sild eked of trust cont ilneel berime and
were broken now, therefore public- notlre
Is heiehy given that I, th.- nndrrsli-netl
trustee, nt the request of the ownei nf
said notes, will, bv virtue of the power In
me vested bv ae( deed of trust on Tues.
day the nth dnv of rehrtnry, icn-, nt the
wet door of the t'nlted ''I ites postniilee
building. In Knnsns Cltv Missouri In u--corclnnce
with the agreement" cnntalnel In
slid deed sell nt public vendue to the
hlciie. bidder, for c ih, the real estnte
herelrbcfor nncl n s ibl dee 1 of trust le
cilbed, fer tbe purpose of piv Ing .U 1
notes nnd Interest and the costs of exeeut-ttc-
Kanns Cltv, MIonrl lanuarv nth, 1W
J S II VltttlON Trustee
TltrSTHU S SALH-Whereis, default bis
been muele In the pijment or the two cer
tain legotlible puuuWsorj notes nnd Inter
1st there-oil disci Ibed In the deed of ttust
made by lllehard II We Her and Little
Well-r, his wife, d ited Pebnnrv Mb, IM7.
tiled for lecord In the olllce of the neordi-r
of d-eels In nnd for Jn l.on countv .Vlls
tour. it Knnsai Cltj. MWsourl Ce hru i-
'nil. lsS7, and recorded In book 11 No 2)7
nt pife Pel. I will In nccoidin-e with tie
tinns of said deed of mist, at the r quest
of the legal owner and holder of said up , s
proceed to sell the real estate In said deed
of trust described, sltuite In the- Coin !j
of 1ickon, In the Stnte of Missouri, viz
All if the south 'nlf ot the southwest quar
ter of section twentv-four (21) In township
fortv-nlne (li) In rnnge thlrtv -three H3), In
J 11 kson county (except thnt pinion there
of t iken nnd convejed for 1 ilhvay truls
unci purpose-) the land In snld deed of
trust described being sppntv-llvc and one
half (751-) .1'ies at public vendue, to the
hUhest bidder, nt the court house door in
the ( Ity of Kins.as (now Knnsis Cltj Ms
sourl). being tbe south front door of the
Jarkso'i countv court house. In Knnsis
Cltv In tbe rountj of In kson, st ue afore--sild
for cnMh, on 'lue-sdiv i'ebru irv 12th,
l'l". between tbe hours nf nine o'c lock 11
the forenoon .and the o c loe k In the after
noon of thnt d u , to sitlsfv and p ty ild
notes nnd Interest and the cost of exi-i-utliis
this trust Hr.NRY N CSS Trusti e
THUSTKH'S SALlVHy reason of defiult
In the- pijnuiit of tlfe iirlnelpil nnd Int, r
est of n bond, deseilbed In a deed of trust
mule bv Prank C (iniiou-.-, single, ditcd
CebriMiv 10 1. 1S-J. tiled for lecorel lVb-ruutj-
23th, lssa, and recorded In look 310
nt page 2-0 In the olllce of the rit order
or eleeils lor .lnckon eountj, Missouri, at
Kansis City, I will piiisunnt lo snlel cieed
of mist, it the request of the lei-nl holder
of s ibl bonl, between the liouis of 0
01 loe k n in and 1 o'e loc k p m on Mnn
el iv IVbiuirj 11th 1VI. at the wist trout
loor of th, Cnied btius custom house
iml peestolllee biillellug In K in- is Cltv
.la It'll!! counlj Mo s li lots tvvi 111 -nine
en thlitj (10) thlrtj-oiu (!li thluj two
C2 thlrtv-thtee ( '") thlrtv-four 111 thli
tv live (13) mil thlitv six (ucl In bio k
sevin ("I of th- subllvlsion c ill. cl - Vlarl
boroii'4li," In Jifk-on 1 onntv Ms ntiri, at
public ve'idiie. to Hie lilghist bidder, for
1 ash 10 Fill-fv sail bcind with Interest
nnd co't of exe. utlng thl trust
C.AltlUN'HIl LATIIUOP. Trustee.
ASMONHirS SALII Notbe is hereby
given thnt I, D i eoon n-slgnee of the
Kansas City Mantel Cump my, will on the
2xth div 01 Januirj, iw. , pose for lie
and fell In bulk, or In sipuite lots is
berilnafter prov tiled all the reinninlng
mantels, tiles gi it, s, ir-ich imllse, tlx
tures anil personal assets of the K insis
City Mantel Co, excepting llllc ollee te I
bills, ncounts, 11 iies and Julgmenti- of said
compinv to the hlghist bidder for e nsh
and subject to the- upprnv il of the court,
and that ill bes shall be se il, d and de
llvercel to s.ilcl assignee on or be foi e tin
slid 2Hh do of lanuarv Isl". and tint
separate bids will be- received for the mil
ble mnitils a. d sepu.ite bl Is for 1 li 0
lion mantels mil miaiate bids for the
voo.l in inlel is well as bids for the
entire stock of mantels gooels nnd mer
ehaiidlse llxtuies unci ppisonnl assets nf
slid Kansas cliv Mantel Companv, will
In received as her, InlWoro piovldcd, on
the 2S.Ui diy ot Jonuarj IW
D. J. COON, Assignee
NOTICi; OP ANN!' VI. MHLTINH Of-flc-o
uf the Ileahnm M.iniiincliiilng Com
li.inj. soathvvist ininci til and Kuitn Co
siie-ets, Kansas Cltj, Mo , .lummy 171 h
IS'lu 'lhe animal inee lin' of thu sloe 1
boldi-is of thu lleahnu Mfu Co foi the
election of dlrcetoiB und tho tinns u tluti
of bin h other business us may e-ome betoiu
it. will be behl at tin, olllci) of tho eoni
l.iuy. southwest coniei of sth nnd Santa,
Po stieets, Kansas Cltj-, Mi , on .Monday,
tlie fouilli (lib) elaj uf Pebruaij, 1SJ3, at
the hour of iiluo VI) o'clock a 111
T O HI.AHAM. Piesltlent.
S H. STRANAT1IAN. becrotnry
Till! AN.M AL JlHl.TINO uf the stock
liuldeis uf tlio fill li .1 frtutis Tiust Cum.
puuj of Kuiisus Cttj Mo, will ho held at
the olllce, of the coiupnlij In tin. New Viqk
Life- building on Prldaj, tin, Hist elaj ot
Kcbiu irj-, II ii, between the, houis of u u.
111, and I l. m., lor tho puiposo of clecllug
eight ttusicis, lor 11 tcim of tluee, Ji.ua,
and for tho tiimwictloii of such other busi
ness us may bgallj count befoio tlio meet
jug W. II Cl. MtKH. Pieslbnt.
iii:i lisr.vtn th scnits.
NOIt.MAN . HOllHUTSON.proprletors of
abstiacts and examiners of land titles, No,
1G Hast Sixth utreet fuinUh dallj the
tianofeis of ial tstnto llleel In the lecoid.
er s eitllco at Kansas Cltj, Mo.
Notice All minsters appe irlng In our
dally leports contain covenants of general
warrants urtcs. otb-rwUe stated.
Junuitj JJ, 1V3 , ,
Now Hngland Loan and Tiusl Com
iianj to C.11 lie Huehhelmm , lot3
21 and 22, Meulim 1 lace . $ 7,L"M
IMwIn C. Austin to Joseph Smait,
put of lots 20 nnd 30, Warner's
Hist addlllou , .. , ... 3,000
Jniius W Towsou to IMwniil Alls.
tin, Mine I
New Hnglaud Loan anil Trust Cum.
pmy to John h Vrcdeiibiiigh, p.ut
of lot 1, Coddlngton place-.. , 2,000
Alia H Illinium to t:iluu Huiiiion,
lot 13, block II, Itaiibuu s, T.illJ's
nddltlou , 1
James Ooodln to James T. Holmes;
lot 2. block 12 .lumes Ooodln place. 300
Same to samu; lot J, block 12, same,, :'-)
Samo to same; lot 7. blo-k 12, tiimo., 2i)
Samo to same; lot 12, block 13, suno, lv0
fsamo to same: lot S, block 11, fcainu., 4 )
Same to samu; lot 'J, block 14, same.. 4.'0
Sumo to suiue; lot 10, block II, samu, 4'.l
Same lo miiiu; lot II, block II, sumo, 4 )
Same to fame; lot 12, block 14, b.imc, l.i-icj
Samo to same; lot 13, block 14, same, U
Same to same; lot 11, block II, same. Ml
hamo to tame; lot 15, block 14, h.imo. Dun
Sumo to feuine. lot IS, block 4, Kxpo-
sltlou placu , ,, .'")
Same to tamci; lot 19, block 4, same,, r,i.)
Same to Eamo; lot -U block 4, same.. te)
Julius Herabl to Western Invest
ment Company; part of northwest
quarter of section 10, township 49,
range 33 7.300
Kdwaid II Houton to same; pirt
of lota 12 and 13 block 4, II. H.
Henvvood's sccoul addition 2,000
game to same-; part of lots 13 and
13, block 4. same , , 2,0W
UNION DEPOT TIME GflRl!
OMAHA, ST. t.OLIt,
IIL.M Kit. ST. PAUL.
Chnlr Cnrs Frao,
M and 1011 Union A v
Address IL C. Oltlt, A (J P A Kansas Cltr.
Intructltiiis-All tr litis dallr unless linnet 1:
'i, 'exii-pi auuJiy "s" suticlay euli "z,"e.
celt Sattimari "y exespt Munlvy. "I.' Svt
utuayouly Pint column, leive. secou I column, f
IIAf.NIItAt... ST JO It. Ie--Ilurllngt0ll lloilta
...... 1r,n Leive. Arrlva
I C A. tlroolitlelel ex ,, stlilnm xlOMam
Ailnutl exiie . ., Miiini snpm
t tiuago fast trtln I'll . n')pm 1,'eiim
-t I.nuls express ., sivpm situim
III K M it it in M.llltAslxA-llurlltuton UoaL,
Ditivir.'i K I ex Lin
coln llllhius Puget
fciutiil . . . 10 Mam 7Mpn
k c si joi; . i council iiLinT it it
Oiiuikii.SU P tut nulL lioiam v Mpnt
lowi expiess li,m !(, loam
Omaha e-xpte-ss ., ., OlVptti f-iOant
lona nun ,., ,..,,, ."iViam M-.svpm
lieavtr ex. (anevT triln) munin "SVpni
Connvctleius itweeMi i.cavcnwortn anil Kan
sas c Itv
LIIILAUO HOI L" 1SLANII A PvCIPIO It. li.
'IraltuKastot .Ml.nnurl Itlv er
rii joimi ni.il! xsiuuia upm
tlilcagu llmltriL ... ontnu iii.Waia
li Has West of Missouri Ulrer
llulilcWiinit.i 1 uw rtn 10 n, 1 m f,:"Apm
lie liver, Col. dp .t. I'ueblo l() M m n-2r,pnt
Heinir.Col So APiirblu 7.IIIO 11m yrtlVant
WJiliita 11 .tit Uorth sduuniu v "M an
MSMMJUI PAC1PIC It. It.--lralns Ikv.u
Mull 1111.1 express 7 twain T.aipm
si Luiiisii iv 1 xprs .. lanim r-23pni
Limit, d nlitlit , xiiress .. i-MOjun 7 0)ni
I list 111 lilt, isseilc-iT . I' 30pm 10 am
Lexington A M Lntila ex ffriiin 10 10 am,
Lexlugfii .. s.--tl all mass. ,!.3.,am 7fkpui
Cor.-vrlllpA Color 1110 . iD'llvm ;4-pni
CoKeivlllo.v Wlehlta. .. (i.Vtlpni 7 20am
Tr, ins South
Tnplln Pt ScnttAW-ta Lflmn ll:.-.Vpm
.toplln A -lex.is ex .. Id Mam 630pm
Juplluft 'lcxisex ,. 7iiopiu ,:l2ata
Tr dm North
OtH ill, I.lll ANelvt ttyox tltliptl fsoam
nut ill 1 A Ceil lip day e-x 7 1) .1 111 0 IX) p tu
K C .c. Ateh'n nciiuic rx xr. I'lpm KM 111
K C ,VSI Jo.enliex Id cl.im tt-IVp in
It 1. Mill A Si Jos ex I' V) II 111 D M t III
KANSAS (ITV NOUTItWl'.stl'L'KN R It
beiien.v lleitrlreex . I'S) 1 in 5'4Vpni
l UP. U VIHstll KvlMiOAD COMPANV.
s.t Loul ,v Chicago ex .. tcmiam 7-lopm
l-t L ANY l.lin ex . xlOMam xCOOpm
-U L. Pes M ,V bt. p x h IVptu 7.w)an
Iv C A Chle jfoex . (I -Jln 111 B.'JOalO
citir Ac.ri AS-i) Ai.-iti
rhlcaRo.c.st Louis ex wiiira ri3pnt
1 lile-iBollniitei , . fixipm 8 30uia
i-t Louis A Chicago ex s IV n m ":15a lit
KA.NSAs.fn-y 1 OKI-.SCUTT.X..VILMPHISIIV
Plorldi Pist Mill ... 10 Mum hiunut
HiirrHiiuvlile .v, Clinton., xioiwaui f, Oil 11 in
Drepwatt-ra coin .. . V25pm IO-4"iam
1 lieruiiio urom , , n.-Vptu loiVant
Siitiurbau p issi-ngc-r. , xdlHiuii 7 13 a 111
Jopllll A 'ew Orleans Id IM 11 ill 7 0.Vam
VI1SSOPKI IvAN.sjAS & TP.XAS KAILWAV
Texas in ill . . . 10 iv am tsupm
'lex.nnxut.ss 9 10 1, m 7.23 am
Pacltlc Coast ltinlteet Minm 8 00pm
D.livei A 1 il,x 7 3pm SiMJalU
AIC11ISON 'lOPP.KA A SANTA PII HY
ilistcf Missouri Ittver
ride ieo limit-1 e-.Mtiin f M ant
1 oltutih'iiti express BSOpm 110pm
Allium expiess C .10 .1 111 8 .M p m
l'ort.M uilsiin lunl ... x7Viam x5:J0um
We-stur Mlnouil Hlver
Texas express .. r l't l 111
4 20 p in
ti 20 p m
K II, pill
It ll p 111
-.cteiiiji rn ivausas imss... v icjjiri
( itliilll loA Ulall Mill ., t Ulla 111
e illiorul 1 II in . I .Vc um
Vlr.leuA Cillfo-uli ex . -2i)pm
tt 111 a m
rinttori 1 p issfiigtr
'1 o"eu 1 expiess ,
P uiliaiiilli- express ,
01(1 1 A llo.lgt, (ItJ ex
M 20 pin xll 20 a in
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V 10 p 111 et 25 .1 in
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GR.U.U CENTRAL DEPOT. 2nJanJ WranJolll
flllCAl.O (iltl'.AT VVLSTKISVf UAILWAV
Clil st. i-iui A viliui 1010am MOpm
si .I,, Kes M A 1 In. ago rixipin OHOnm
SI .Ie, HesM V. Cllll ICO .."..'.".RJ."
KANSAS CITY OSCl.OLV A SOUllllKt.V.
(Iiuittu Aiisceoiiex v)pni lojiira
KANSVS CITY I'llTSllUIJC. AOULPin.
Pltlslic Jopllll Ntiisllo IIIMHU JIVp.n
Aciemiinolail.il . 1) 11) a in l" up in
Aci mumo 1 moil x7i))pni xftOi.nu,
Leu.- '1 111 sit iv s. Thurs 1 iv-s in I suuraiy
ArrlveMni'clivs We uuesd 1) s an 1 PrlJ ivs
CMAO Al'EMJE DEPOT. S2nJ St
CIUCA'.O .MILWAUKLK.ASr PAUL ItY
( hieiie, Pissenjer . MiOo.im t- lip in
Hill leeitno l.xpieis ... 5. SOU pin lOliiui
Is in sil. C 111 A liiilepi-ll.leni o llr Line.
Depots 2nd in 1 Wj.i ulolto and 2nd .mil W iluus
It iisiiscltj A liiileii.-nili un, l.eplit triiisic
Kiiitw iv iiiiipmi.
Lpols-I5tSi.i,ee-t Stat-on 121 li .strcot btatlou.
.-Ill SlII-tL SI Itltlll
(I list I III l.t .illull J.lllU.ll 10, IV, J
NOT ICI. IT 1 lil'h rill- S h VLH- lit re.
is on All II 27ih. 1-J. Jniius O.Nell an I
Hill O'Ni 11 mad executed anil elellvcica
til. Il eked of II list fell the, 1,111 pOSU Of SC--
eii lug the pivment of two boiuls, ono for
lhe sum of i i urn tho othet fur the, sum oc
Jje,i iii ..ild .b-eil of trust el, set Ibed.
which list nietitlonid bciiiel has bce-ii pab .
vv hoi. In tbtv le.nvtje.l to the, unde i signed.
Divll II Pub ii. tiustce, tho follow lii
,l,s iiie.l i,'.il ctti.tt situated In ttu ioun
u e,t liicl.s.in, and Stnte ot Missouri, to
il t The west mo bundled (1U0) feet of
i,t niinilei twelvo (12), of block number
liven (7). In Itlc's addition te. the City ot
Kins is (now K.inas Cltj I. Missouri, nc
eo ing te a iieoided pi it th-ieof, to-getle-r
with all tin- Improvements thero
imto belonging and whueas on tho 2.tli
I v of April. 1Si. at .140 o'clock li in.
sild duel of tiust was ehilj recorded In
II ok P. No I-.7. at ,igo Irrt. lit tho tecords
of sail liiiksem eountj Missouri, and.
!inoi. sild deed ot trust pi ov Ides that
iiiioii noii-pijinent or tho debt scoured by
"ild di i ot 1 1 nst by tin makers t hereof,
n" Tin id" J the rein les, rll ed may bo split
.v the liuster ror the pin iioso of raising
lie Viiontt I" piv lb- debt tlurehy se
eim.I iiiic'l. whereas, said bond for 10,iy)
Is now past dm- and unpaid, now, there
fore tui die "ileu Is herebv given that I.
f r.-V,.l.isli.i,.-l Dnld II. Httlen. the
iriistie niiuiid In sild "Iced of tiust. under
IT.TtltY .1 SMALL. Attorneys
NOT1CIJ OP TltUSTHH'S SALH
WMieicis, Miry V. Steele and Charles
Metle her husband, grantors, by their
Pertain dn-d of trui.t dated tho fourth day
of Mas A D Ui7. ill-l for record on tho
istb diy of Max A D 1SS7, and recorded
I, book 11 N" U. at Pago 375, In tlio of.
lire of the recoreler of deeds of Jackson
lountv Missouri, at Kansas Cltj-, con
vSjSd lo iiie. Walti-r ; A ll.ir.ker. trustee,
tin, following described lands nnd tjne
iiientb slm ite In Inrkson county. Mis.
lour nniiitlv All of lots numbered nine (9)
nnd ten (10), In block numbered two (2), Hun
ker 11111. as tho same are marked and desig
nated oil Plat Hied In the ollleo afpresaia,
In trust to secure the note In said deeel
le-scilbed: and, whereas, default has been
mado III lierfotmnnce of tho cpndltlons o(
said deed, nnd tho samo have been broken
he unroll of non-payment of sold note; now
tlieroforc nollco Is hereby given that, a
rlituesteei I) the .leg il hol.ler of sail note,
1 Vvalt.t V Iluiirer. said tiustee, will nro.
teed to sell and, will sell, nt puhlfo vendue,
lo the highest bidder, for cash, tho salil
lands ind tenements on tho fifth day of
lvbriiary A IX ISM, between the hours
e-f nine- o'clock a III nnel livo o'elnek p
ni at the west front door of tho United
Mntts tustom bouse, In Kansas City, In
said Jnekson county, Missouri, to pay
said Indebteilnrss and xnenscs of sale,
6 vAVLTfilt A lll'NKKH, Trustee.
Cook S- Cossett, Atty's.
NOUCU TO HlUDni. CONTIIACTOH9
'iho uiide-rslgiicd, bj order of the county
couit will, on Ti.ceda). IVbiuary 5, at a
ti'cleick on tint daj, ut thu cast door or
eciuil House. Ill Kiinsis City. Mu . let, by
itubllo outcry to tho lowest responsible
libliler (sultj.c't to tho npprovul of the
roiiuty couit). tbo building of ono wooden
liilJgt, on stono abutments near northwest
cut ne i . uotthtast quarter of the
southwest eiumer ot n-ctlon 29. town
shin 4J. inngu J2; a elenosli of two hundred
ij'ucj) dollnis it nulled by successful bidder.
Siieclllcutlons for tbo sumo may bo seen at
thu eountj Hiiivcjor's ottlce-, lu tourt house,
Plttb unci Oik sis, Kansas Cltj-. Mo.
I lltu a"" j.1(AN,t J( cri'LAIIKKTY.
Dated Januaiy 15, IRI3.
NOTICH OF STOCKIIOLDnHS1 MHKT
IMi Notice Is hereby given that the an
nu.il iiutti-- of thu stockholdeis of the
Union Natiouul bunk, of Kansas City, Mo ,
will be held ut its banking bouse, ut the
southeast comer of Sth und Muiu streets,
lu the City of Kunsas. on Tuesday. Feb.
luary 19, 1833. between tho hours of 10
o'clock u. in. und 4 o'clock p. m , on said
day, for the purpose of electing directors
for tho ,-nsuln0r jcai. Hj- order of board of
directors UaVID T. DUALS. I'rcslduut,
CIIAS II. V. LEWIS, Cashier, .
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 18, IW5, (
... .-.r iii.t niiinnritv i n nun in
e. bv said died of mist, ut tho request ot
iiVe eiivners nf still bond, will pi acted to
sell tlie above deseilbe.l real est He, at
fmbllc vitdu. to the highest bidder, for
lib nt tbe front dooi of tho building In
,it. Cltv- eif leans is iniiw itiiunas cuj ,.
xiissoi rl in vvbli li the i-lre lilt court of said
iiikSon ce.univ is held, oil Situid.ay, tho
ml day of P. brunij, IV," between thu
loins of 0 o'llock In tho forenoon nnel 5
"lock n the afternoon of said day for
the nuiposo of raising the money to piy
to Amount t'f Paid Inilebtedness, with In
i. .. st a ml costs of executing this trust,
lei.stau.i nvv,nlI HTTIHN. Trustee.