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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1895,
Messrs. Putnam & Co., 312 and 313 New
Btdire building, desire nil the former pa
trons of tho Plymouth Hock Pants Com
pany to know that they havo purchased
the stock of pants Roods formerly on sale
In this city by the P. It. 1'. Company, and
arc selling panls at half price. 313 and 313
New llldgo building.
c c pratt-uine shoes.
Tor mon, 02.", Mnln st. Largo Invoteo nf
Strong Carroll's shoes Just received.
Good poods nt rcnsonablo prices.
Prcscrlpllons-Our motto! In drugs, qual
ity, not quantity. Is of first Imparlance, U.
E. Kimball, Central Drug Store. 1022 Main.
niiAiN rooD. .
Kat nsh and oysters at Morledgo THh
and Oyster Cos cafe, OH Walnut.
ELECTION FRAUD GASES.
THEY WILL 111! PRESENTED TO Till:
SPECIAL GUAM) JURY TO-DAY.
Judge Woflnrel tnstrurts the Jurors tn In
Tcstlgntc tho Charges Thoroughly
and Spare 'e One on Account
of HlBli Stnmllng. . ,
The special Brand Jury which was sum
moned by Judge Wofford to make Inquiry
Into the numerous charges of fraud In
connection with the election of Not ember
G last, nan Impaneled yesterday morning
and after receiving the charge of Judge
Wofforrt held a short session. To-day tho
election cases will be taken up.
The new grand Jury Is made up as fol
lows: D. O. Smart, real estate, 77 Commercial
S. S. McOlbbons, Insurance agent, olllce
E10 Exchange building.
John A. Moore, real estate dealer,
David 13111s, real estate and loan agent,
Robert Winter, real estate, lives nt 130S
East riftoentli street,
C. W. Whitehead, president of tho Mis
souri Union Trust Compiny, SOI Wyan
Prank Wornnll, capitalist, Westport.
David Merrhveather, merchant. West
port. Larkln Mosher, farmer, Hickman's Mills.
C. C. Chllds, banker, Independence.
Pllnt Sawjcr, binker. Independence,
II, C. Williamson, cattleman, Lee's Sum
mit. Judge Wofford appointed John A. Mooro
who officiated as foi email of the last grand
Jury, to act In a similar capacity for tho
new one, and then charged the Jury ver
bally In regard to the Important work be
fore It. Judge Wofford exptessed tho belief
that the gt.ind Jury was made up of a set
of men In whom the people of Kansas
City and Jackson county reposed the full
est conlldence.and said he believed It to bo
u body which would do Its full dutv w lth-
' out fear or faor. The Judge spoke at
some lengin regarding mo many cnirges
of open and notorious funds alleged to
have been committed nt the recent elec
tion and urged upon the members of the
grand jury the importance nnd absolute
necessity of thoroughly Investigating cery
charge brought to their attention. The
Judge said that If the charges were true
In any Instance It was necessary for the
public safety that the crime should be fns
tened upon the guilty parties nnd Indict
ments return, d against them. In making
their Im estimations the Judge warned the
members of the grand Jury that they must
not be swned by popular clamor, news
paper comment or political prejudice. Ho
esiMjdally warned the members against
Indulging In any talk with politicians while
tervlng on the Jury. The Jurois were told
that all cases brought befoie them must
be lmnartlally treated nnd that no faors
should be shown to nnvone. If tho evi
dence tended to Implicate any person In
election frauds that person was guilty of a
crime deceiving the highest punishment
nnd no matter what IiIh position it was the
duty of the Jury to llnd an Indictment
After the churge the Jury retired to Its
room and held a consultation with Pros
ecuting Attorney Mnrey K Brown and
Special Prosecutor It. 13. Ball, after which
It adjourned until Li o'clock In the after
noon. At the afternoon session of the Jury
only the oases of persons who are confined
In the Jail were considered. Mr. Brown
told the Jury that he would be ready this
morning to begin tho piesentatlon of evi
dence In the election fraud cases. The
evidence has been prepared by Mr. Boll
nnd tho committee of safet, and will be
Presented to tho Jury by Mr. Brown, as
Ir. Bill cannot entei the grand Jury roo.n.
3f any Indictments ate returned, Mr. Hall
will have charge of this prosecution of the
The Frclker Case.
Judge James 13. Lincoln, of Liberty, ex
ecutor of the Piakci estate was In the
city jesterdaj- with Judge Simrnll, of the
fame place, and arranged for subpoenaing
the witnesses for the plaintiff In the Puker
Insurance case, that is to be taken up for
trial In the fedeial court on the 11th of
February. The list of tho plaintiffs wit
nesses for the letrlal does not dllfer ma
terially from the list nt the oilglnal trial,
and there will be little new evidence of a
startling chnracter to piesent to the Jury
at that time.
Criminal Court Prne ceilings,
Tho caso against Michael G. 13irncst,
ehnrged with murder In the second degree,
for the killing of Joseph Punk, v. cut' to
trial In the criminal couit vesterdny morn
ing. The Jury was out only a shoit while
nnd returned a verdict of not guilty.
J D. Miller entered a plea of guilty to
the charge of petit larceny and was given
thirty dnjs In the county jail. The ease
Against A J, Barnes, charged with embez
zlement, was set for trial on Februniy 7,
evv Milts riled.
22KS3. In re assignment of n. n. Bice
Feed nnd Conl Company. S P. Tennllle,
nsslgnee: bond filed
;:sSG. Leonora C. Shannon s. Boland II,
Clerk J. II. Smith, of tho proh ito court,
yesterday sent out copies of tho docket
settings for the' Fchiunrj' term of tourt
to all execute! s, administrators, guardians
and otheis by whom leports nro to bo
Judge Slover In the circuit court jester
day granted a dloioo to Dr. Prank II.
Now ton from Mis, Magglo Newton, The
plaintiff Is tho mnnager of the plllces of
the St. Louis dentists, In this city, and
Mrs. Newton wns wiun no uuirneii ni-r.
a widow with two ehlldien, whom, he
snys, she represented to bo self-supporting.
But ho snjs that after he married her he
had to take her son In and give him em
ployment, nnd thnt his wife Insisted upon
spending all her time tit his olllce. Inter
fering with his business,
Owens Sent to Jnll.
When W. J. Owens, chniged with felon
iously assaulting .Mrs. Ben .N'ewhouse, his
sister-in-law, with n hatchet, at No. 31U
Oak street, was arraigned In Juttlce
Krueger's court, tho charge was (.hanged
to common assault, ns the evidence showed
that a rebound of tho hatchet from Mrs,
New house's hand had ennsed her wound.
Owen1! ruld ho was out of work anil It
wouldn't i.orry hlin to go to Jnll until
spring, nnd he was fined $'.0 and costs. Ho
will serve out the fine In Jail.
Mr, Van Brunt Will Address the Club.
On Haturdny evening, February 3, Mr,
Henry Vnn Brunt will address the mem
bers of the Kansas City Club. Subject;
"The Influence of Commerce In the Devel
opment of Characteristic Stylo In the
Anhltectuie of the United States."
Mulc will be furnished by Messrs. I. W.
nigger, II. 13. Pjnney, Dr, Jackson and W,
J, Murray, ,
Cut In I'rUes of Coal,
The Central Coal and Coke Company has
reduced prices of the celebrated Cherokee
Weir City and Rich IIlll Coal to a steam
basis, . ,
CitV Hull Notes,
Mayor Davis goes to Morrill, Kas., to
day and will deliver a lectura there to
night. Superintendent of Streets Dodds put n
gang of men to work yesterday cleaning
the street crossings,
Tho hoard of publlo works will meet this
morning and audit the bills of the board
for the month of January.
Major Davis relieved sixty-five cases of
distress yesterday, the donations consist
ing' of fuel und provisions,
Cases of scarlet fever were reported yes
terday at 2320 Euclid avenue, 21U Tracy
avenue and 32 Hast Eleventh street. No
casts of diphtheria have beeu reported for
GOING TO ST, LOUIS TO-NIGHT ?
Burlington route train (eaves at 8:15 p.
. The only line running- three sleepers
with new elegant compartment berths and
kuffet. Service wusurpas4
CITY DEMANDS TOO MUCH.
CAHLE ltOAll COMPANtKi PUT AN KND
TO TUB NEGOTIATIONS.
They Cannot Content to the Obligations
Inllsteel Upon In the Amendments
Mr. Itottelle Writes tons; An
swer to the Lines,
The representatives of the Kansas City
Cable Hallway Compatiy nnd the Metropol
itan Company yesterday nddrcssod tho fol
lowing communication to City Counselor
ltoziclle, declaring oft nil negotiations to
ward nn agreement as to the terms of the
enabling net In tho matter of street railway
Hon. P. P. Rorzelle. City Counselor.
Dear Sir; When the proposed legislation
providing nn ensy method for the consol
idation of tho street railway lines of Kan
sas City was Introduces! nt Jefferson City,
It was suggested In the Interest of the
publlo that some nmendment to the bill
should bo mndo which would Insure 'he
pefmnnent continuance of Hip liberal sjs
tem of transfers now In forcoi nnd wo
teamed that uu. assuming to represent
the, people. Ih the premise, had undertaken t
ino limiting ot sucn an amenumcui. in
nocent of any Intention of cutting off any
privileges now enjoyed by the public, but,
on the contrary, cxpectng to Increase them,
the com'panles Interested Instructed the
undersigned to ngree with you on nn
nmendment to the bill whlcn would Insuro
foi nil time to como tho right of uny pas
senger to ride between any two points In
the two Kansas Clljs for n Blngle fare of
6 cents. We believe that, no such liberal
nnd extensive transfer privileges are en
Jojed by the people of any city on tho
Pending jour consideration ot the proper
language In which that amendment should
be expressed, jou have seen fit to make
other Imperative deinnnds upon the compa
nies, Including the sprinkling of streets.
The companies cannot undertake the ad
ditional ohllrntlons exacted by you. Wo
do not believe jour position to be repre
sentative of the wishes ot the residents of
the city. If we are wiong In this we free
ly nel.now ledge our mistake In supposing
that tho people of Kansas City were
pleased with the advantages derives! from
the union of lines which has alieady taken
place and would welcome a genernl con
solidation by which such advantages could
be extended to tho full measure of pos
sblllty nnd to an extent without parallel
anywhere. This unlooked for spirit of un
friendliness on the pnrt of the representn
llve of tho cltj', nnd disposition to take ad
vantage, make It necessary thnt tho Inter
ested companies abandon all efforts to
ngree upon the legislation needed and ren
der any further negotiations altogether
useless. Yours very truly.
PRATT, PI3URY Ac HAOHRMAN.
KAIIN13S, HOLMI3S & KRAUTHOFF.
City Counselor Rosrzelle Immediately ad
dressed the following reply:
Messrs. Prntt, Perry A: Hagerman and
Knrnes, Holmes & KiauthotT, attorneys
for the Metropolitan Street Rnllwny Com
pany and the Kansas City Cable Rnlway
aentlemen: I am Just In receipt ot j'o ir
communication of this date. Its temper
nnd tone nro ns surprising us the state
ments It contains.
Plrst You dlil present to the legislature
at Jefferson City for ennctment nn "easy
method" foi the consolidation of tho stieet
rallwnjs of Kansas City, this I concede.
Second The bill which was taken to Jef
ferson City by two of you gentlemen, nnd
which you caused to be Introduced thero
for ennctment wns never first submitted to
a single odlccr. of our entire city govern
ment. Your protestations of unxlotj' to be
absolutely fair toward tho city should be
eonsldercd with reference to this fact. The
cltj- government ought to have had, In
common fairness, an opportunity of first
examining the bill which j on gentlemen
piepared for jour clients, and which will
so deeply affect tho Interest of the city In
Third In jour nnxletj- to be fair jou
prepared an "easy method" for consolida
tion, but jou wholly negleoted to make anj
provision theiein which would nrotcct tho
city In the important question of transfers
Our piesent system of transfers has er
lnrgelj- arisen from the competition here
tofore existing between our different sys
tems of street railways. It all competition
is lo no smotnereci in me luiure uy con
solidation It becomes tho cltj- to be exceed
ingly careful In guarding this matter by
proper legislation. It is of but compara
tively recent date that the Grand avenue
compnny allowed transfers on Its own lines
at Plftoenth nnd Grand avenue.
Pourth Tho companies which will con
stitute tho proposed consolidation now oc
cupy all of tho pilnclpul business streets
ot Kansas City. They possess practically
a monopoly of those blieets. The city was
most liberal In giuntlr.g them tho fran
chises thej" now possess. It has received
nothing In return. Several of these fran
chises havo been sold for hundreds of thou
sands of dollnis. They glow more und
moie valuable as the city Increases In
glow Hi. Never has a city been moie gen
erous, perhaps wasteful nnd careless would
bo a better exptesslon, than ill tho matter
of making these grants We have nlwnjs
nnd trouble even to pioctuo tho streets
paved between tho Hacks occupied bj' your
companies, although oxpressly required to
do so by tho teims of jour grnnts. By a
consolidation or jour companies, jou pinc
tlcnlly suppiess all competition In the fut
ui e. You now pny nothing for the use of
the streets, jet jour companies issuo
stocks and bonds in large sums, b iscd al
most w holly upon what the city has given
jou You are now undertaking to acquit o
further mid more exclusive privileges, is
It unjust, I respectfully submit, that J'ou
should bo lequlied to do something to
wards maintaining nnd keeping up tho
stieets of which jou havo such an exten
sive and vnlunblo uso7
Plftb As oui city grows, the outljlng
nolghiioi hoods will, under tho piesent ion.
dltlons nnd the street nillvvny competition
now existing, 1111 up. Tho peoplu in this
climate should not ho conflni-d to twentie
th o foot lots or closely eiowded tenement
houses, (.i though such n condition
would bo to vour lntertsts. Under jour
proposed sjstem, a monopoly of tho center
ot tho city will bo given to tho consult
dated company. You have fuither forgot
ten In jour "easy method" for iiiiiMolldii
tlon to provide for transfers with new lines
that mny bu built In new dlstilets or cen
ters of the population Tho peoplo will In
tho futuio bo under the in ceosity of either
living oil tho lino of the consolidated load
or wallting to jour lino should jou dtellno
to make fair iirningcmeiitB with any com
p. my thnt ought to be const! uctcd heie
ufter. Wo can't compel jou to build In a
new to.iltois or to furnish nddltlonnl fa
cilities for tho people, hut wo can compel
jou to make tiansteis with such lines as
lllllj' neieaner o mull, wnil will ne uoau
lutely fair to jou iih well as to tho lines
that may seek transfer privileges with jou.
This tho city should require of jou.
Sixth It may cost jou something to
sin Inkle sonio of our business HtieetH, but
the cost will not bo Bleat. Olio of tho
toads, which composes n pnrt of ono of
tho present systems. Is now required nnd
does light tho street upon which Its lino
Is located. This the city lequlied on Eighth
street from the Elevated companj-. It wns
no .equivalent to tho right grunted. All of
tho companies represented hy you, cxiept
tho one mentioned, uro relieved tiom this
obligation. It ought to have been required
of jou, but was not. It would nut lmvo
been an unjust exaction In view ot tho
fact that jou havo i etched, nnd nro con
stantly receiving fioiu tho city, great ben
ellts for nothing.
In I'hlladidphla, I nm crodlbly Informed,
thn 'Pinnttnii roinnnuv aureed with that
eltj', for the privilege ot converting Its
horse car line on Chestnut street Into a
Una to lie operated by electricity, lo puvu
and It did pave tho eiitlro Btreet uoed hy
It with asphaltum, nnd tho same thing was
also done In Milwaukee,
Seventh Your companies never consult
ed tho city us to thf teims or the pro
priety of the proposed consolidation of
their icspectlvo Interest 111 tho lirst In
stance, Should you now conclude to aban
don J our ambition In tint dliuctton, wo
havo not yet dltcpvered w herein tho cltj's
Interests will gtently suiter, pnrtlculaily
in vlow of the manner yon have- started
about tho work In which jou uio now en
gaged. You propose a monopoly without
lespect to tho il.hts of tho public, Tho
previous efforts of some of qur compa
nies In tho direction ot tho consolidation
were not as creditable us they should have
been, and when jou were In competition
with each other, some of jour companies
were loudly proclaiming that such con
solldatlou was dishonest and against tho
law, public policy nnd tho Intciesta of the
city. The concluding pait of your letter,
as well aB tho tenor of jour conversations
at our conferences lu tegard to this mat
ter, would lead us to bellevo that you still
malntulu that tho city has no concern In
this matter, und that gu cun forcu your
enabling act through tho legislature, re
gardless of un agreement by the city of
ficials as to what the piovlslons of the act
should be. In this, we hope ou are nils.
As this Is a matter that does not pertain
exclusively to my department, I havo asked
jou to consult with tho board ot publlo
works, whose official duties so largely
concern our publlo streets, and also to
consult with some of our other leading
officials. This you have consented to do
to a very qualified extent, 'but your con
duct throughout would Uaoly that in your
Two doctors of an Itastern town,
To learning much Inclined,
Were cnlled to ee a jfciitlcmnn.
Whose health was undermined.
The first one tned hU stethoscope
Upon the patient incck.
"1 find," quoth he, "one lung is gone
You cannot live- vvccis."
Tlierc' are sonic? patent metiicincs that nre more marvelous than a dozen
doctors' prescriptions, but they're not those that profess to cure cvaything.
Everybody, now and then, feels " run-down," " played out." They've
the will, but no power to generate vitality. They're not sick enough to
call a doctor, but just too sick to be well. That's where the right kind
of a patent medicine comes in, and does for a dollar what the doctor
wouldn't do for less than five or ten.
Wc put in our claim for Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
Wc claim it to be an uuequaled remedy to purify the blood and invig
orate the liver. We claim it to be lasting in its elTects, creating an ap
petite, purifying the blood, nnd preventing Biliousness, Typhoid and
Malarial Fevers, ; taken in time. The time to take it is when you first
feel the signs of weariness nnd weakness.
Many years ago, Dr. R. V. Tierce, Chief Consulting Physician to the
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., compounded this
medicine of vegetable ingredients. It has an especial effect upon the
stomach, liver and kidneys, rousing the organs to healthful activity ns
well as purifying and enriching the blood. By such means the stomach
and the nerves are supplied with pure blood; they can not do duty with
out it any more than a locomotive can run without coal. You can not
get a lasting cure of Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, by taking artificially di
gested foods or pepsin the stomach must do its own work in its own
way. Do not put your nerves to sleep with so-called celery mixtures, it is
better to go to the seat of the difficulty and feed the nerve-cells on the
food they require. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Biliousness nnd Nervous
Affections, such as sleeplessness and weak, nervous feelings are com
pletely cured by the " Discovery." It puts on healthy flesh, brings re
freshing sleep and invigorates the whole system.
Indigestion and Nervous Prostration.
Mrs. J. II. TosTEU, of Amherst Station, fills
too Co, .V. ., writes:
"It iswitli pleasure tint
I write to let von know
the great benefit I have
received from jour med
icines When I wrote
my first letter telling
vou of inj- poor health
I Ind for scv ernl months
been treated by two
good doctors but re
ceived very little bene
fit. I was confined to
niv bed for six months,
and for four months did
not take one moiithfull
frt.nf solid food of any
III kind. The doctors call
ed my trouble Inuiges-
, In., .nil Jr.m,tt P,nt.
V trntlnn Af" T llfl
Mrs J. II. Foster, been lck six months I
discharged my doctors
and began taking Dr. Pierce's elolden Mcdlcil
Discocry. I erj soon began to Improve nnd
nttcr taking six Ixjttles called niv setf w ell. I nm
now doing general house worL for six iu a
opinion tho city Is not Interested In this
transaction. AVo have too much conlldenco
In tho integrity nnd nhlllty ot our senators
and rcpiesentnthes nt Jefferson City to
believe that they will concur with you 111
any sucn conclusion, ours vcrv iruiy,
P. V. HOZZEI.LH
I), B. Holmes, of tho counsel for the
Knnsns City Cable Hallway Companj-, said
"I have not j-ct had time to read enre
fully the reply ot City Counselor ltozzello
to our communication to him, but we ex
pected him to Justlfj- himself or attempt
to do so in some wnj- nnd the best answer
that tan be mnde to the reply Is tho one
we have determined to make and that Is
to abandon nil Intentions of effoctlng a con
solidation of the railway Interests of this
city The bill now pending In tho legis
lature will not b" enacted into a law, but
will be dropped. We went Into thin thing
with the luteresls of the people at heart,
for their Inteiest Is ours, and we expect
to make transfer arrangements wluieby
the peoplo can ride from one part of tho
city to the end of the other cltj for onu
fine, but there will be no consolidation.
'Tho representatives of the cltj have
tried Mo load us down with requirements
which we could not agree to and rather
than be put In tho false light of fighting
tho cltj' In the liglslntuio we shall aban
don our plnns for cono!ldatlon. We nro
i ot In the street sprinkling business."
Ofllccrs lUeeted at a Meeting Held Thurs
The Humane Society held Its regular an.
mini election of olllceis vesteidnj- after
noon In Its rooms In the city hall building,
The following olllcers wire elct"d: Pres
ident, Z. It. Weeks; treaturor, II. C.
Kiimpf; secretary, Mrs. A. Tng;ert, vlco
presidents, S. II. j.imoiir, Charles Camp
bell, Ilev. W J D.ilton, (' 11. IMwords,
P. A ravoii. Hey. Henry Hopkins, W. W,
Morgan, W. It. Nelson, Hnv. J. H. uoberls
Thomas II Swopo Ino executive eomimt
tee of the Foclety wns elected ns follows:
James Scammon, chairman, 1'ianlc Coop
er, It. W. Ooldsby, J. W. Perkins and C.
Tho bocletj- gave r vote of thanks to
Thomas Mcllee, who has served ns sec
retary of the society for live jeurs and
complimented him on the enreful nnd con
scientious manner In which he hud per
formed his duties, without compensation.
.Mr. Medeo declined re-election. It was
decided that the executive committee
should meet on l'rldny afternoon nt 4
o'clock, at which tlmo a humane agent will
bo appointed and other business of Interest
will probably be transacted It seems verj
likely that Joseph M. Sherlock will be re
appointed to the olllce of huniano agent,
Mnrrluces Mci'iinon Issued.
YcBterdny tho following couples were
licensed to wed:
William Hutchinson, Helolt, Kns 21
Anulu Mlzeuer, Jewell county, Kns,, 19
Charles A. Dlttman, Kansas City, , ,,,,. 23
Nettle Davis, Albanj-, .Mo .'
The following deaths were reported to
the board ot health yesterday:
I'usBandlno, Itosalle, Infant! January SO;
VH Hast l'ourthj pneumonia; burial In
Mount St. .Mm j 'a cemetery.
l.Ioj'd, Mrs. Ann; aged 73; January 30;
SCi Hast Third; pneumonia; burial In Chllil
tliesbaeh. Mrs. Annie B.I aged 45; Janu
ary S3: 7-S Tracy; phthisis pulmonallsj bur
ial in Forest Hill cemetery.
(ilhoun, Arthur; aged 17; Jnnuarj' 30; 310
North Second; consumption; burlul In Oak
Weber, Lena: aged 1; January 80; 1S33
Charlotte; capillary bronchitis; burial In
Elmwood cemetery, .
Tiylor, Isaac; aged 41; January 23; JIM
Walnut; hemorrhago of the lungs; burial
In Union icmetery
Stewart. Carroll & Smith, undertakers,
1216 Walnut street, Telephone 1315.
The following births were reported to
the board of health jesterday:
Caps, It and Herlha; girl; 3018 Walnut!
O'llrlen, Thomas and Mattlej boy; El$
'o'nWr.r auM Hlanche II,; boy; H'l
Holmes; January 30
Harris, Alex and Kllza; boj ; M8 Holmes;
Uilflith, J, It. and Sarah Ilelle; boy; Jan-
Unartiand, J. I. and Lllllej boy; 1133 Hast
Tenth! January 22.
Cook. It. 1'. and A. II.; glr); U6 East
Hleventh: January 23.
Vaii Vllet. J. W. and Hattle; glr); 1807
Cleveland; January So.
Ilumbj-, KllJah and Ellen! girl; 403 Elm
wood: January 29. ,-,
Wolfrom. John and Jennie; boy; low cher
ry; January 29.
To this the other wte M. D.
"I see," 11110111 he, "ns nil may see,
Your Widuejs ore Hlfected."
These wise men argued loud and long,
Yet the pntlent owes recovery!
Not to thoe doctors, but to
Pierce's Ooldeu Medical Discover',
Boils, Carbuncles and Dlood Poisoning.
WiLt. G, RATUFFr, oSKaltigh, Wake Co ,N. C,
writes: "I was tok
en with bolls on my
neck nud bnck.
They lasted about
three years. I wns
helpless nnd suf
fered grcit pain
and ml'.crj Phj si
clans could onlj'
ghc temporary rc-
1 Innllj1, I had a
vcrj' severe carbun
cle on my neck,
which gave mc In
cessant piln After
nun iiumik ',,vv T1,
buncle lanced. I be- .
gau mc u-cim vuui
carbuncle soon w G RATLirrc, Esq.
healed, nnd the ' .....
tmlls on my bnck dlsnppeared, nnd when I hd
used five or six bottles I felt lil.en different boy.
Have not had a boil In two jears "
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN.
M.USY iianoi: CATTLE NOW sinrrKD
IlUItll milt! Mi WINTEIt MONTHS.
Lower Prices Ifuvo (Irently Stimulated tho
Demand for ltet-n s fur tho Import
'trade Large rurchiiNes on
M I'dni hd ij Mock Notes.
The winter feeding of cattle In Texas
and the range country has Introduced a
new factor In tho cattle market that must
tell after a while on the market for native
fed streis, and meuns a continual compe
tition from tho range country the jenr
round The range cattle season no longer
ends with tho coming of winter, but is now
stretched through the winter months.
There wero leeched here jestenlny
from Teas, Colorado and Utah no les
than l,r,01 cattle, all of which had been
more or less fed.
The lower prices for cattle tho past few
dnjs have sllinulaltd the export demand
for tattle. The export bujers Wednesday
took H7 cars of cattle for shipment abroad.
Held Hros. have been letting out i-onio
men on account of tho approach of Lent
and dullness In trade
(' J, inflow, the horse nnd mule bujer,
who has been here all winter, left v ester
day loi his homo at floldsboro, N. C.
J, I". Eubank is buck trom a visit to his
humo nt Slater, Mo. He snjs there are
not ns ninny cattle ns usual on feed In
Saline county Water scarce, hut cuttle
doing well. Morn joune hos than a jear
A c l'otter and J A. Johnson. Saline
countj, Mo , got feeders here jesterduv.
lllocKer s. coieiuun, nan iiuomo, mj,,
hid In cattle jesterdaj,
C. Seltters, Hiceklnrldge, Mo., enmo In
with, cuttle jestciilay.
J, T. Grouse, Chllllcothe, Mo, was here
yesterday with hogs.
Walter l'lttman, Ilucynis, Kns., was In
ycsterd.ij" with e.ittlo and hogs.
F, Ncldlffer. VInlta, I, T wns at the
jai-ds j-estcidny with cattle and hogs,
J, t. lloblnson, Spring Hill, .Mo., had In
II. Knowlcs, Wellington, Kas was here
yistcriluj" with cattle and hogs.
l'ostcr & Horton, Caldwell, Kas came In
yesterday with cattle and hogs,
William Astle, Havens, Kns., was on tho
jards vesterday wllh cattle and hogs,
M. Teagere, I'nlontown, Kas came In
j-esterdaj- with e.ittlo and hogs.
Otto Mejer, Menlnger. Kns.. brought In
cattle jesterdaj ami took back feiders,
A. Louden, Scolln, Neb., had In cattle
H. C. Stalcj-, Hose Hill, Kas , was In
yesterday with hogs.
H I, Stephens, native steer buyer for
Swift, has resigned his position with this
house nnd will return to Ills old homo In
Mat nicer, DeKnlb countj-, Mo,, was at
the jards jestciday with cattle.
V. H. Jevvett, Wichita, Kas., was hero
jesterdaj' with hogs.
O, Tagerbers and Uro , Oldsburs, Kas.,
camo In jesterday with hogs.
MoKee Hros , lteedvllle, Kas , got feeders
(1, V. Hudson, Elk Cltj-, Kns,, was at the
jards yesterdaj" after feeders.
W. 1. Johnson, Neosho, Mo , camo In
yesterdaj- with cattle, hogs and sheep,
J. S, Todd it Co,, llrosbeck, Tex,, had In
II. and L. Mefsncr, Ashton, Kas,, w'cre
hero jesterdaj with cattle and hogs,
O. A. Cooper, Sterling, Neb., came In jes
terday with cattle.
Itajlo Hros. and Wurner & Kirk, King
man, Kas., were at the jards jesterday
with cattle and hogs.
II, T. Tatum, Harnard, Kas., had In hogs
E. Wantled, Hurrton, Kas,, was In jester
day with hogs,
IL r. Nevins, Grain Valley, Mo., was at
the jards jesterday with hogs,
V ben) on miller from lok liuuduclie, dizzi
ness, constipation etc remember Carter's Lit
tle I. her 1'Ills will relieve you. One pill U a
Leuve St, Lout Hill) it, I"., llOu p. m, or
Usui) p. in. via Viunlnlli.lVnu)hiinu.
Tor New York and all the principal East
ern ilnts. I'ulhnaii Sleeping and Dining
Curs run thiousli, making the most com
plete service ever Inaugurated between St.
Louis and the East. Call upon or addiess
luumier. yanuaua me. at. iuu.
MRS. L. JAMES, the well know clalr
vovant and fiance medium, may be con
suited at I209 Grand aye.; parlors 39 and 19.
HBr ''iXJNfc' 7 Scsil
HM-lk Si Jl,llr .
,l I I
The Italy tn the Trout Once More.
On rebruary f!, 1818, tho "Kaly" llonle,
tho Missouri, Kansas & Texan llnllway,
will tell round trip tickets tn all points In
Texas at ono faio plus 12. Tickets Hood for
twenty rinjs with stopovers allowed both
going nnd coming, li'or all Information call
at tiniest oillccs, s:3 Main street, or 10)4
WANTED A responsible concern or In
dividual In this city to take the sole agency
for n line of tjpewrlter supplies! big cash
commissions, exclusive rights and uu
equaled products. Atl excellent opening for
thn right applicant, Addiess Clark, box
167. ltoston, .Mnss.
WANTED Immediately; three iicwi
gents on railroad, Call on Southern Hall
way News Company, 1018 Union nve.
U AJITEtl-trKVtAI.K IIUI.P.
WANTED Ladles to do fancy work lit
home! 14 to 1101 Bteady work; no canvass
lug! send stamp. Delrny Ncudluwork Co.,
WANTED-A white girl for genernl
housework. 308 Orove st.
CANADIAN EMPLOYMENT OliTICH,
nnd furnished Itootno. 101'4 E. 12th. cor.
Walnut. Tel, 1179. Tho best plnco In K. C,
Mo , to find help or situations, male or
femalo; 14 years' experience. Hut, ntunhn
Nat. bank, Omaha: Citizens' bank, K. C.
WANTED Agents In every state on sal
nry mil commission, Agents malting 125 to
130 wccklj'. Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co.,
La Crosse, Wis.
TO ItBIVT HOUSES.
TO KENT A nice throe room dwelling.
only four blocks from Minnesota nnd
within one block of two street car lines.
Call nt the Journal branch olllce. In tho
Chnmhr of Commerce bldg.
TO RENT Flats In Chadwlck block with
steam and gas. Inquire ot agent, 2133 Sum
TO KENT Ono elecant olllce room nnd
one suite In the Journal bldg. Kent rca
s o nable. Apply to the Journal Co.
TO HENT Suite of two nicely furnished
front rooms: first-class board; steam heat.
TO HENT A nicely furnished room for
discreet ladj Addiess Z ')', Journal of
fice. TO RENT- MISCELLANEOUS.
TO HENT Attention! saloonkeepers nnd
hi ewers. A golden opportunltj-. Tor rent,
saloon built especiallj' for the puipose, oc
cupied for Inst four jeais; Al stand; beat
business block city of Omaha; pitronlzed
bj' llrst-class trade onlj-: responsible narlv
only can obtain low rent and long leare
Address A, Martin, No. 161", rnruam St ,
TO KENT Elrgant otllces In tho Journal
bldg. at reasonable rates. Apply to the
MONEY TO LOASJ.
JAME3 I.. LOMIIARD. over Tlrst Na
tional bank Applications desired Knnsis
City Improved real estate loans. Interest
6 to 7 per cent, according to size. Enrol
loan promptly ilosed In Northern Missouri
and Enstern Kinsns. Annual Inteiest,
easy terms Correspondence solicited
Local Investors Invited to exnmlno lists of
loan J300 to tlOOOO
TO LOAN. Moo'dW
montls, Pltnos, Warehouse
TEpeelnts low riles .pn 114
NATIONAL IHtOKf.KAlii: ').,
flll.'l Hall liilldlng.
C AND 0 PETt CENT monoy on business,
residence nnd farm property; umisunlly fa
vorable terms. Apply to Homer Hoed or
Theo Nash, 1000 Uroadwny, op Coates house.
LOANS made on good Improved city
property, business or residence, at reason
able rates. Money on hnnd.
E. E. Holmes & Co . C07 New England bldg
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate at cur
rent rates. HIEGEH & MOOKE.
TO CONTRACTORS Wo have some Bee.
ond-hnnd Inch and T, Inch steel ropc in
flrst-cl-.ss condition, which we will sell nt
reasonable figures. We hive two pieces ot
the '1 inch rope- ISO feet lu length, 0110 plecu
of the inch rope 2C) feet In length and n
few pltces from iO to 40 feet long. This r Pe
will bo found to be veij- stiltnble and cli -slruble
for contractors for use on their
derricks, cte, etc.
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.
CHAS K. TOWT, JOHN II. TOWT.
President. Vice 1'iesldeiit.
E. L IIAHRIS.
MIDLAND TRANSFER CO. Freight
and tnggag? tranferred to and from all
depots Furniture moved nnd pneked by
experts. 407 anil 403 Wyandotte St., Kan
sas City. Mo Tel 1B17.
SEND for free book, "How to Trnde Suc
cessfully In Ginln on Sinnll .Margins."
Perkins & Co., 214 Rlaltn bldg , "hlc.igo.
FOR SALE rirst-e lass cigar stand a
snap, must be sold, call at W Whltnej
SAFES opened und repaired, bought and
sold. Combination locks cleaned and
changed. II. IIARRIUAN. Expert,
Telephone 12S1. 103 East Tenth st.
CALL at I'. M. Do Uord's Mammoth
Wall Paper storo nnd Inspect his stock be
fore biijlug. Just received ulna cnilouds,
all giades, tho cheapest to the finest. HU
1116 Walnut st.
STRAYED R0.111 horse, whlto face, no
shoes, branded "II" on left shoulder: hnd
on leather halter and stnhln tope; llber.il
reward for 1,-iurn to Thlrty-llfth and High
land, or 105 West Ninth st. Tel S,
IIUAIi ESTATE THAMsl'lIII-.
NORMAN KOHEUTSON.PIopiletors of
abstracts and examiners of hind titles, No,
lu East blth stieet, furnish dally the
transfers of real estuto filed in the record
er s olllce at Kansas City. Mo,
Notice All transfers appearing In our
dally reports contain covenants of general
v an amy unless utheiwisu stated,
J. M, Hedden to I. r. Hoot: lot 4,
block l,hepurd Ilarndullar's ad
dition , 5 700
G. II. Kovl and wife to L. A'. Fas
saday; low 1 to 7. George's addi
tion ., , G.onn
II. B. Lonrey to Emily Frank: lot 2,
block 1, nud lots li and 7, block C,
Prospect heights 6,000
J. Hoblson and wife to W. E. Ten
ney, trustee; lot 87,block 4,Crouso ,Vc
Wlttlch's addition , :,5tO
E. H. Roblson and wife to same;
east 23 feet of west UIH-i feet of lots
1, 3, t ami I, oiocit a, rtuiisoirs au
D. German to Edith Talney; lot 21,
and .north half ot lot 20, block 3,
Fairfield tiUeo 2.10O
William E. llurr and wife to W, E
Hall; south 75 feet ot east l.rJ)
feet of lot 3, block 11, Deacon
hill , 6
Jennie Kilns to Ceola It, Mejer;
lot 9, block 2, Shepard & Harndol
lar's addition.... f3
J. H. Cheek and wlfo to John Han
cock Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany; commencing at the northeast
corner of lot 19, block 4, Woodland
place, thence west Sit, feet, south
81 feet, east 9." feet, north SI feet
to beginning ,,. , fi,000
Alice I'heUn to P. Stew ait; lots P
and 17, block 4,Hammett & Poller's
ilrst addition 3,000
SI. Fleming and wife to W. C. Ross;
lot 3, block 7. Mount Auburn, and
lots 1 and 17, block 5, Prospect
summit , 100
G. N. Tate to T. H. Mastin; lots
9 to Id. block 2ti. Hjde park.... 0,105
Bame to same; lots I to 8, block ,
Hj do park.,., , C.lvO
.TRUSTEE'S SALEWhereas, John It
North nh.l .iHi. sr Vnrll, ld wife, by
jhMr deed of trust dnteil tho Mh ,'iity of
December, iw, nnd reioidcd on tho 13th
dny ot Derembrr, iwo, In Ixtok It No. 4U.
ril pngn too, Jnckon couutj', Missouri, rei
oids nt Kmsus Cllv, cotivejed tn tho un
dersigned nn trustee, the following do- ,
scribed real estato sltlmle In tho eoitnty
of Jncknn nnd state ot Mlssoutl, to-wlt
Lot numbered six to nnd tho soiilli seven
(71 feet nf lot numbered live (BJ, In .block i
numbered iwn (2), and lots numbered thir
teen (13), fourteen (10 and llfleen (I.',), Hi
block numbered one (1), nf Mel.ovy nnd
ivniic; s 'survey or niocKs ono u """
two ,(i),.of Hrookljii heights, nn addition
tb the Cltj nr Knusns, now Knns.is CltVi
ns said lots nre marked nnd deslgnnted on
the recorded Dint nf said resurvej', vvhlfh
said mtivcj alien wns mndn to secure tho
payment nf tho principal nnd Interest
notes In said deed described, nnd whereas,
default has been mnde In the payment of
n Dart nf snl,l iislMrlt.nl ,,ntv ilil,h In HOW
...-. .1.. - :: , ,'".-', """ ., -
fori', publlo notice Is hen by given thnt I.
Lint ihid hum remnins iinpiitij now, iiit-i.j-
thu iinderslcuiil trustee, nt the request or
the legal holder nnd uwltef nf mfd Hole,
and lu nrcordancn with tho terms of said
deed of tuist, will on Saturday,. the IMIi
day nf Febriinrj, K between the hours
nf nine o'clock In the forenoon nnd llvo
o'clock In tho nrternoon of thnt ilnv, nt
thn west door of tho United States post
ofllcc building, In Knnsis CHJ. Jnekson
county, nfnresnld, proceed tn sell, nnd sell,
the nbovo described real estate, nt publlo
Vendue, to thn highest bidder, for push,
lo pay off nnd itntlsfv thn bnlnnce of unld
note, the Imprest thereon and the costs of
ctailtlmr this trust. H. T. Pt.ATT,
Jan. M, J v ".. Trustee.
WHEREAS. Matthew Madden, n single
man, did, by his certain deed of trust,
dated Mnreh )?ii, 1S11. and llled for record
In the office of the recorder of deed". In
Jnekson eoiinly, Missouri, at Kansns City,
on March 17th, lJl, nnd recorded therein
In book 11 Hi, nt pige 47fl, convey to the
uncletsigncd trustee nil of the following
described rent estnte In Jncksnn countj',
MUsourl, to.wlt! Lot numbered fourteen
(HI, and tin. north halt of lot numbered
fifteen (.-,i, nil lu block numbered one (I),
In E L Ilrowne's subdivision nn addition
to the City of Knnsis, now Kansas City,
In trust, however, tn secure the payment
of certain promissory notes, In said deed
or trust described, with Interest thereon, ns
therein nnd In said notes provided: nnd.
whereas, default wns made In the pnvment
of th prlnclpil promlssorj' note the-etn
described, nnd one Interest note, when the
same becani dun nnd pavable. with Inter
est thereon, anil "lid default still contin
ues, bj- reason whereof the agreements In
said deed of trust contained becime nnd
were broken: now. therefore, public notice
Is hereby given thnt f, the undersigned
trustee, nt tlm request of the owner of
said notes, will, by virtue of the power In
mp vested by snid OV,.,! of trust, nn Tiles
daj'. the Mh day of rebnnrv, IW, nt the
west door ot the United Slntes postofllco
building, In Knnsas City, Missouri. In ac
cordance with the agreements contnlned In
snld deed, sell nt public vendue to the
hlgnev bidder, for ensli, the renl estnte
herelnbeforj nnd 'n snld deed of trust de
scribed, for the purpose of paying snld
notes nmi interest ami mo cosis or exceui
Inr said trust.
Kansas City, Missouri Jnnnirv nth, lSD.
J. S HARRISON. Trustee.
TRUSTEE S SALE-Whercns, default his
been made In the payment of tho two cer
tnin negotlnblo promissory notes nud Inter
est thereon described In tho deed of trust
mule by Rlchnrd II. Wellcr nnd Lettbi
Weller, his wife, dnted February Sth, M7,
llled for record In the olllce of the recorder
of d"eds In nnd for Jnekson county, Mis
souri nt Knnona Cltj', Missouri, February
1th W7, nnd recorded In book IJ No 207,
nt pige 1S1, I will. In nceordnnce with the
terms of said deed of trust, nt the request
of the legal owner nnd holder of slid notes,
proceed to sell the renl estnto In said deed
of trust described, situate In tho County
of Jackson, In the Slnie of Missouri, via :
All ,if the south hnlf of the south u est qinr
tcrof section twenty-four (21), In township
fortj'-nlnc (IS). In rnngo thirty-three (33), lu
J.ickson countj' (except that portion there
of taken nnd conveyed for rnllvv ly tracks
nnd purpose;;), the land In said deed of
trust described being seventj'-fho nnd one
hilf (73'i) acres at publlo vendue, to thn
highest bidder, at the court house door. In
the City ot Knnsns (now Knnsas City, Mis
souri), being the south front door ot the
Jiekson county court house, in Knnsas
Cltv, In the countj' of Jnekson, state afore
said, for cash, on Tuesd ly, February 12th,
ISO., between the hours of nine o'clock In
the forenoon nnd five o'clock In the nfter
lioon of that diy, to snllsfy and paj' "ild
notes nnd Interest nnd the cost of executing
this trust. HENRY N. ESS. Trustee
TRUSTEE'S SALE Uy reason of defvilt
In the pajmrnt of the principal and Inter
est of a bond, described In a deed of trust
nndo by Frank E (3 inong, single, dated
February 20th. 1SS3, filed for record Feb
ru try 21th. ISVl. and recorded In book 310,
at pige 2M". hi the olllce of the i corder
or deeds for Jackson countj-, Missouri, at
Knii'-as Cltj', 1 will, pursu int to s ild deed
of trust, at the request of tho legal holder
of said bond, between tho hours of 3
o'clock a m nnd 3 o'clock p. m.. on Mon
ti ij Febrtiaiy 11th, 1W, nt the west fi out
door of the United Stnles custom house
and postolllce building In Knnsis Citj',
Jn, kson countj, Mo, sell lots twentj'-nlno
CI), thirty (30) thlrtj'-one (31). thh-ty-two
(3) thlrtv-thiee (3-.) thirty-four (111. thlr-tj'-fhr
(33) and thlrly-sK" Cli). In block
seven (7). ot the subdivision cilleu "Marl
borough." In Jackson countj', Missouri, at
public vendue, to the highest bidder, for
i ish lo satisfy s ild In nil, with Interest
and cost of executing this trust.
GARDINER LATUROP. Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE-Hy reason of default
In th, pijnietit of tho principal noie, de
scribed In n deed of trust miiile by Cal
vert It Hunt nnd En C Hunt,
his wife, dated the 12th dny of June,
18V), nnd ri'conled nn the 13th elav of June,
1SS3, In book II 3H. nt pige Oil In the of
llee of the leeotdtr of deeds for J.ickson
county, Missouri, at Kansas city, I will
bj virtue of the premises ind of the powei
In me vested bj snld deed of tiust, nnd nt
the nquest nf the legal holder of s.ild note,
pioeed to sdl all of lot uumhctsd H tn
block numbered 0 In MeKlnnej hell hts,
all addition to Kansas Cltj. Jackson coun
ty, Missouri ns shown bj- the recorded plit
of stid addition, it the south front door
of the court house In Knns is City, between
the hours of 9 o'clock In the forenoon and
f, o'clock In the nftjarnnon, on Thtriliy,
thn 21st day of Feliruiry, 1 ;)", nt publlo
vendue, lo the highest bidder, for cash,
for the puipoe of pa j lug sild nolo ind the
cost of CM-cutlng this trust
A. A TOMLINSON. Trustee.
Knnsas City, Jan'y 29th. 1ST,.
TRUSTEE'S SALE-Ry reion of default
In the payment of the prlnclpil note, de
sciilied In a deed of trust mule by Charles
P De-ithetnge and Ellibeth M. Denther
age, his wife d.ited the 12th diy of June,
Hi"), and leeorlod on tho 13th day of Juno,
SV, in book 11 31', nt pige 431 lu thn of.
lice of the recorder of deeils for Jackson
county, Missouri, nt Knnsis Cltv, I will,
by virtue af the premises nnd of tho power
In mo vested bv sild deed of trust, nud nt
the request of the legal holder of s ild note,
proceed to sell all of lot numbered 13 In
block numbered I, In MeKlnnej- heights,
nn addition to Kansas City. Jackson conn
tv, Missouri as shown by the recorded pl.it
of snld addition, nt tho south front eloor
of the court house In Kinsis City, between
the hours ot ' Vcloce In tho forenoon nud
5 o'clock III tho nfternnon, on Thursday,
the .1st day of rebruarv 1v3-,, nt publlo
vimluc, to the highest bidder, for onsh,
for the purpose of pijlng said note and tho
cost ct executing this trust
A A TOML1NSON, Trustee.
Kansns Cltj-, J-n'y 29th, 1S33.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETINO-Of.
nco of the lle.ihnm Mniiuf.icttirlng Coin,
pnnj, southwest coiner 9th und Santn Fo
stnets Kansas Cltj', Mo, January 17th.
isiil The annual nueting or tho stock,
holders of th" llenham Mfir. Co., for the
election of dlioctors and tho tiansnctlon
of Mich other business jis may como befoie
It. will bo hi Id at thu olllco or the com.
puto'. southwest corner of 9th and Santa
Ka streets, K.msis City, Mo., on Monday,
tho fourth tlih) day of Fidiruarj-, U93, nt
tho hour of iilno (') o'cloi k n. in.
T G HEAHAM. President,
H, E, STRANATUAN, Sccrotury.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the stock,
holders of tho United Stutes Trust Com
panj'. of Kansas City. Mo, will bo held at
tho olllce eif thu company In tho Now York
Life building on Friday, the Ilrst ilay of
FubruulJ', IM3, between thn houia of 9 a
m. and I p. in., for tho purpose ot electing
eight tiiiHtees. for a term of tinea jenis,
nnd for tho tiansnctlon of such othei busl.
ness as inuy legally enmo beforo thu meet
Ing. W, CLARKE. President.
iiiiiiiii met-iuiu ui inu Diuvuiiui luin ill irii,
Long. Hell Lumber Co, for tho election of
dlioctors und such other business ns m.iy
y-..t.i I ...fl-ll II U III I kit III. Ill II r Till f.MM.1
II' luu WU1I tiuuu, uit.'.-aiuuii uuuer,
milk or cream, go to McCllutock's restau
rait. f20 Walnul street.
... A ,. .. ...7 , .1.1 S...1.1 ......
UOHil-S AND VEIUCLKS.
HORSES wintered JJ per month
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Olllco ot
tho Long-Hell Lumber Co , room 411, Keith
a l'errv iiulldlng. Kansas City. Mo. Thu
of the compiny, loom 411, Keith & Peiry
building, coiner Ninth ami Walnut streets,
Kansas City, Mo, un Monday, tho 4th day
of Fcbruuu. Hiil ut 9 o'clock a. in.
VICTOR II. HELL. President.
UNION DEPOT TIME. CARD
ovtAIIA, HT. LOUIS
IfK.NVIlft. ST. I'AUL
Chnlr Cnrs Frosj,
Hike l offices. KI'Lila
St nmtioil Union Ava.
1 Pfl -
Ad.inss 11, a Olllt. A tl P. A . Ksns.is City.
Instructions All trains daily utiles marksli
"," except Sunday, ," Hutulay only; ".
irpl Saturday! "y." except Mondayi "I." Sit
unlay onlj'. lint column, leave) second column,
HA.NNIIJALAST JO R R-tltirllntlon ttonts
...... lr.alnJ. Leave. Arrlre.
L p. A llrooliiield ex. ... xl.topm xlOWatn
Atlantic express .... (-Warn "pm
('blrngii fast tr.Un KM ., RWpm B.W m
St Louis express flSpm Mltfim
!. Uyk1?, N,:'l,VslA-1,ur",'-o "out.
DoiivcrAIC ( ex, Liu
com, innings ,v- 1'uget
"IM, ,,,11,11,,', ,v 1'uuct
nuiiil , lO.Mam 7,Vitirri
K O. ST .1011 A COUNCIL IILOFU It if
nba&st p fist null, inula m vtopm
inn , iia.-.i i- iisiiii.ul 1 1 till. 1M Vttlnm
Iowa exnress. him,,,, intin..
Oinilia e-spiess siVpm TiiOam
"nanial r.Niam s.Mpm
Denver ex. (i new train). lOMnm r,.vv pm
Lonnectloni uetweon Learenwortii and Kan-
ClllCAlio. ROCK ISLAND A PACIFIC R R
Trains East of .Missouri Idler.
Ch lc.i8o mi II. Hi"iam sfiMpnt
t-lilcigo llinlied AilSpni lo.iWatn
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Dili Stieet hiatlon
rrirai t.iil.tl. Mtlmi .Iiiimiiiy 10. 1S91 )
NOTICE Ul' TRUbTEE'S SALE-VV here,
ns, on Apill 27th, IfcS'J, Jnmes O'Nell nnd
Ella O'NclI made, executed and dcllvcied
their deed ot trust for tho nuiposo of se
em lug tho pajment of two bonds, ono for
tho sum of 19,000, tho other for the sum ot
S3 000, In said deed of trust elescrlbed.
which last mentioned bond has been pain,
where In they oonvejed to tho undersigned.
D.ivld II. Ettlen, trustee, tho following
elect Ibcd real estnto, situated In tho Coun
ty ot Jackson, and State of Missouri, to
vvlt. The west ono hundred (110) feet of
lot numler twelvo (12). of block number
seven (7) In Rico's addition to tho City o
Kansas (now Kansas Cltj). Missouri, ac
cording to u recoided plat theicof, to
gether with nil the Improvements there,
unto belonging: and whemis on the 27th
elav of Api 11. 19. at 3.40 o'clock P. m .
wild eleed of trust was elnlj i 'corded In
Hook II No 3.',7. nt page 303, of tho records
of snld Jnekson couutj', Missouri: nnd.
wheie-iiH, snld deed of trust provides that
upon nnn-pnyrient ot the debt t-ecured bvr
"aid dee.1 of tiust by the ninkers thereof,
tho property theiein describee! mny bo sold
by tho trust. .1 for the purpose ot raising
thn moil! J t" pay the debt thereby se
ci ire." Ami. wheie'is. said bond for 113.000
Is HOW I'll" l Hlin mm nt i fit H4 1 nun "-
TiAVin II. ETTIEN, Trustee.
TERRV SMALIe. Attorneys,
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S PALE-
lAeieas. Mary V. Steele and Charlea
Steele her husband, grantors, by their
p. renin deed of trust iluteel tho fourth day
of Vtav AD. 15S7. llled for record on th,
ot .viaj, .i . 1fic7 n,,,, v.rt.,iAr
, Mav A D. 15S7. tiled tor recn
18th day of May. A. D. 1SS7, an.l
In booie II No. 200 at Pige i 375
ilco ot the recorder of deeds o
countv'. Missouri, nt Kansas (
COUIll) . Wrtllee A. lll.rilrei
in inn ot
Hill'. '. ,..,,.. A Until,.. t...B.a
eeeil to Ull. illivi outii.v,, .iud.vd.
thO I0IIOWHIK ,uev...v. ..,,... .... i",--
nients bltuato In Jnekson county. Mis
?iiir nnmelv: All of lots numbered nine (9)
and ten (10). in block numbered two R). nun.
iter Hill, ns the same are marked and desls.
nn ted on Plat tiled In thu olllco aforesaid,
in trust to secure tho note In said dce.l
described: and, whereas, default has been
mn.lo In performnnco of the conditions of
snld deed, nnd tho simo havo been broken
by reason ot non.pnjinent of said note: now
the of ore. notice s hereby given that. a
requested by the legal holder pf snld note,
1 Waltei a' Hunker, sild trustee will pro
reed to sell and will sell, at publlo vendue
to the highest bidder, for cash, thn salfl
lands iii.l tenements, on the fifth day ot
February A. D. 133, between the hours
n i lino o'clock a m nnd Iho o'clock p.
m At the west front door of the Unltfet
tnteB custom house, In Knnsas City. In
kild Jnekson county, Jllssourl, to pay
iiel Indehiedness and exneimes of sale.
Mid "IjTr-u A niiNKER. Truitee.
Cook A aossett. Attj's.
NOTICE TO HRIDOE CONTRACTORS
Tho undersigned, by order of the county
t ouit will, on Tuesday. Februuiy 6, at J
o'clock on that daj ut thu east door ot
court house. In Kansas Cltj-. Mo let by
nubllu outcry, to the lowest rcspontdble,
bidder (subject to the approval of the
county couit). thu building of one wooden
brldgu on stone abutments near northwest
corner. northeast quarter of tn
southwest epiurtcr of section 29. town
snip 43. runge 32: a deposit of two hundred
is.'i.j) eloll.irs required by successful bidder.
Sne-clllcutlons for tho sumo may be seen ut
the county surveyor's olllce. In e-ourt house,
J. nm "' r,.AN, j, O-FLAHERTY.
Dated January 15, 1M5.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET.
INU Notice Is heieby given that the an
nual meeting of tho stockholders ot the
Union National bank, of Kuusas City, Mo.,
will bu held at Its banking bouse, at the
southeast corner of Sth und Main streets.
In the i Ity of Kansas, on Tuesday, Feb
ruary 19. 1633. between tho hours of 1
o'clock a. m. und 4 o'clock p. in., on said
day. for the purpose of electing director
for thu ensuing jear. Hy order of board of
oliectors DAVID T. I1KALS, President
CHAS 11. V. LEWIS. Cashier,
Kautas City, ilo , Jen. IS, 1
fnit llllllllO HUH," " iM'i-nj hl' . v
tho 'iindir.sUi.ed, David II. Ettlen, the
trustee named In snld deed of trust, under
nn 1 hi- vlrtun nf tho nuthorlty vested In
mo by wild de nd of trust, nt tho request ot
i ho owners of snld bond. J1I proceed to
sell the" iibovo described I'll estate, at
mtliltn endue in ino iiiKioei iiiiiut'i, iur
J.i"h nt tho front eloor of thn building In
elm Cltv of Knnsnn (now Kansas Cltj').
Vllssouil. In which tho circuit court of snld
lackse'ii countv Is held, on Saturday, tho
oiV.i day nf February, 1F0". between th
hnurn of 9 o'clock In the forenoon and S
o'clock In tho afternoon of snld dny for
iho inirposn of rnlslng, tho money to nny
iiin Amount nf snld liulobtedness. with In
erest and cnstH of executing this trust.
, ,.., 4k- Ui,,tM,.Slrflt,i.. ? yjWfc,.J,fc rt4jlftj! .