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TT1T. KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 180a
Messrs. Putnam ft Co, limine purchased
the entire stock of the PI) mouth Hock
rants Compans, In this city, are now sell
lng mado to order pint at half their for
mer price. A Unit to their tailor pr parlors,
311-313 New HUgo building, will convince
oit of this fact
c. c. ritATT-riNii Btioiis
Tor men, 923 Mnln st. Lnrge Invoice of
fltrong Carroll's shoes un rocelveel.
Oood goods nt rcnsonnblc prices.
GRAIN FOR THE DESTITUTE.
bhnati: Aiiitnt.s upon Titntiorir, him.
ron bi.kii ion mi.stkhx kansas.
Vnll Text of the Mensure n It 'Mill le
1'nactrd Into 1 nir lllll to ltcguliitc
Kleetlnn nf llitllrnatt Directors
opekn, Kns , Ib. 7. (Special ) When
the sennte convened this morning Chaplain
Illt1(llon sent tip nn enrnest supplication
for tho people of Western Knnsns who
were without fooil nnd fuel In the midst of
the shivering blizzard nnd proved Mod to
temper the wind to the shorn limb.
I.nst night's session In n slight measure
relieved the pressure upon tlin rntendnr.
Thirty-seven bills, nil of local Interest, were
passed nml those remaining of the s line
character were pissed over tn-dny, to he
tnken tip nt n special session to-morrow
The eonferenee committee upon the seed
grnln hill Kot together In short order this
morning the senate contcrrces sickling ev
ery point. The only real difference between
the house nnd senile was upon tho ques
tion of whether pirt of the JtOO.OO) should
be ued for the purchnse of fooil nnd
clothing. The sennte wnnted to use f"n.OiO
of the sum for such purpose, but tho house
conferrees strenuously objected on the
ground 'hat the remaining JV),0i) would not
purchri. seed enough for tho mulcted
countle, nnd thnt food nnd clothing could
he obtained In some other wn). The full
text of the seed grnln bill ns now agreed
upon by both the house nnd the senate Is as
Tim heed Grnln Still.
Section 1- The state boird of railroad
commissioners shall purchase seed and ap
portion tho same anions the counties of the
Fourth, Sixth and Seventh congressional
districts of the state; nccordlng to popula
tion, ns hereinafter provided, excepting tho
rountles of Jewell, -Mitchell, McPhcrson,
Unrvey, Scdgxvlck, Sumner, Harper, Kins
man, Iteno, Itleo, Shiwnee, Wabaunsee,
Osage, Lyon, Coffey, Clnse, Marlon.Oroen
wood, Hutlcr and Woodson, and shall noti
fy the county commissioners of the amount
to which tho scveril counllis nro entitled
under this act. The commissioners shall
thereupon forthwith transmit to the board
of railroad commissioners the county wnr
rnnt of their respective counties, pij.ible
to the treasurer of state for the amount of
such apportionment, which warrant shall
have priority over all other outstanding
warrants nnd shall mature February 1. 1S-W.
Section 2 It shall be the duty of the
county commissioners of the several coun
ties to rmUe requisitions upon tho board
of rallroid commissioners for the quantity
nnd kinds of seeds required, not exceeding
In -value their proportionate amount.
Section 3. The county commissioners of
the several counties shall receive said seed
and shall give at least ten dnjs' notice In
tho official piper of their respective coun
ties, sotting forth the time nnd place where
they shall distribute sild seed.
Section 4 Kvcry applicant for seed shall
bo required to state In writing, on blinks
which slnll bo furnished bv the board of
railroad commissioners, that lie or she Is
the head of a family, the amount and kind
of seed needed, nnd such application shall
show the number of ncres the appllcint
has In cultivation, the amount nnd kind of
seed, if any, he has on hand, it list of his
farming Implements, the number and kind
of teams owned b) him, the length of time
he has been residing in the county nnd
state, and such other Informitlon as miy
be requited by the stab; boird of nllroul
commissioners, all to 5e erlfled by tho
applicant and two disinterested witnesses,
who shall be known to somo member of
the board of county commissioners. No
person shall receive seed who has not been
a resident of the state for tho year list
past, and who has not lost his crop of lSH
by reason of drouth and who 1 otherwise
able to procure seed, and not more thnn$J0
worth of seed shall bo furnished to any
Section B The county commissioner
shall take from each applicant foi seed nn
obligation for the cost of the seed furnished
to such applicant; Mild ohllgitlon to be
come due and payable on or before Novcm
nei 1. 1S03, and to benr Interebt at the rate
of ft per cent per annum .lfter mnturltj ; to
contain a description of tho lind on which
the seed Is to be sown and a statement of
the Interest of the applicant In such land,
a copv of which shill be filed In the of
fice of the register of deeds, nnd shall
thereupon become i first lien on the crop
crown fiom Mich seed, and the cost of such
filing shall be added to the obligation
The form of such obligation shall be pro
vided by the rallroid commissioners; the
county commissioners shall collect such
obligation and Immediately tnnsmtt such
collections to the state treasurer, who shnji
Indorse tho same upon the pioper count
Section n. The boird of rounty commis
sioners sh.ill iccelve the sum of (2 per
diy for the time actu illy emploved In
earning out the provisions of this act,
hut such compensation shnll not exceed the
sum of $20 for each commissioner, the snmo
to he rnld bv their respective counties
Section 7 Tor cnnslng out tho provis
ions of this act thoro Is heiebv nppro
firlated, out of the monevs of the stite
reasury not otherwise appropriated, tho
sum of IlflO.OOO, or as much thereof ns may
Section f, The stite auditor Is hereby
directed to dnvv in fivor of the rallroid
commissioners his warrints upon the treis
iirer of the Ftnte from time to time, for the
amount of purchases of seed made by tho
rallroid commlsslnnci", In all not exceed.
Ing the nmount herein nppnroprlated; all
requisitions bv the sild rillroad commls
sloners for wnt rants nf the nudltor slinll
be In writing and shall bo accompanied by
detailed statement of tho kind, quantity
nnd cnt or the seed putchnsed and shall
he verified by the mill of one of the rail
Section 9 This net shall take effect and
he In force from nnd nfter Its passage and
publication In the olllelnl tnte piper.
Want In llnlil 'llnlr ilubs.
The committee on nllroids has decided
to report favorably upon Senator Kellls's
bill regulating the election anil teim nf of
fice of boirds of railroad dlieetors Here
tofore directors of railroad companies
have been elected rtnnuilly, nnd Senator
Rellly's bill changes the term of nflleo to
four vears, one-half of the board being
elected every two jeirs It Is understood
In the senate that T N. Sedgwick, chief
attorney of tnc Missouri, Kansas & Texas
rallroid, Is the power behind this bill, nnd,
Indeed, that he Is the author of It. One
purpose nf the measure Is evidently to
fecure railroad operatives nnd otlleers other
thin director n longer lease on positions
though Air. Sedgwick's personal Interest
In this feature Is not cleir.
Senator Pinner Introduced a resolution
calling upon t)io committee on emploves
for a icport of Just who were working for
the senate. Tho senator said he wis In
formed that a number of peonle were upon
the senate rolls without authorization by
the spnate and thnt the number had been
stendllv swelled until now It renedps !-,,
authorized nnd unauthorized, The resolu
tion ws adopted,
Tho bill machine ground awiy as usual
tn-div though Ihn grist was not so largo
ns ordinarily. Tho new measures were ns
Ily Senator Scott An net providing for
the Investment of tho sinking fund of
Allen count v and of the various toivnshlps
and cities therein.
Hv Senator Metcalf An act sunnlepient
nl to nn amendatnrv of ohnpter IBS of the
session laws of W. creating a township
I0"d Improvement fund.
Hv Senitor Wllleockson An act to es.
Inhllsh agricultural experiment stations In
I.ogan nnd J'lnney counties and to .ippro
prlato money therefor.
J1 Benntor Juniper An act providing
for the luelosure of cars, enidnes and
motors used on street railway Hues, pro
vldlng penalties for the violation of tha
provisions of this act.
Hy Senator Cooke An set to establish
a county high school In Mitchell county.
Hv vvavs and means committee An net
authorizing the erection of a hospital for
the medical school of the University of
Kansas nnd providing for the current ex
penses of ihn sail s hool. This hill au
thorizes the board of regents to bell the
lots donated to the school bv Dr. Simeon
n. Hell, at Tlosedalc, nnd applv the pro.
reeds to erecting suitable buildings for
l)i school, which In to be located at Hose,
The entire afternoon was spent In the
committee nf the whole upon appropria
tion bills. The following wtre recommend,
ed for passage;
Horticultural department. J2C70; chinch
bug station at tbn state university, lltftQ:
Industrial school for clrls, S50,fo; soldiers'
orphans' home, JOLSOO- Topeka Insane
asylum J?21,KS: normal school at Km
Tuition fees oie abolished In the atate
normal school bill, Next In rder cams
of tie state agricultural college bills.
which, after being relived of tho Item
of military uniforms, appropriated $1,1W.
Next was the Uaiivntnmle Iniane alum,
which called for UOJ.rw.
. The,hotia got lo work early this morn
ing with the Intention of Retting down to
business nnd disposing of tho bills on
hand. Speaking of bills. It appears as If
tho grist was neirly nil In tlie hopper,
ns only four new bills were Introduced
this morning, one by Hill requiring rall
roid corporations to pay the road tax as
seed ngilnst them I one by Htromqulst,
to prevent forcing einploes to quit
their emplojmrut or to prevent employ
ment. This bill Is liable to excite some
dlscns'lon In labor circles. Its llrat sec
tion reids ns follows:
"Section I, That If nny peron shall
wilfully nnd maliciously by violence or
threat", Intlmldite, molest, force or en
deavor In force nnv einplove of nny per
son, company or corporation to depart
from his hiring, emplo incut or work, or
prevent or endeavor to prevent nnv per
son not being hired or emploed, from hir
ing himself to, nr accepting work from
nny person, company or corporation, or
shnlt, by violence or threits, Intimidate,
moist, obstruct, force, or endeavor to force
any person, company or corporation car
rlng on nnv business, trade or manu
facture, to make any alteration In their
mode of regulating, tn Hinging, conducting
or cnrrjlng on such trade, business or
manuficture, he shnll, upon conviction
thereof, be punished by confinement nnd
hard labor for a term nnt less than six
months nor more than tliree sears."
It will be noted thnt the place and char
acter of the contlnement Is lint stated,
nor whore tho hard libor Is to be per
.Mr. Hnlllnger Introduced a bill to pre
vent the running nt large of dloaed mil
mils or the snle of such anlmils and
miking It a mlsdcmennnr for any owner
lo knoivlnglj penult such diseased nnl
tmls to run at Hrce or to sell the same
knowing It to be diseased.
The house wrestled with two Joint reso
lutions this morning. One Is Scmtor Dil
lard's resolution tirovldlng for a Joint com
mittee to Invesllgito tho condition or the
permanent school fund and report either
at this session or nt the spiclal session
next winter. The resolution wns ntnended
on motion of Colonel Warner, so tint the
committee should be required to report
nt this session.
The senate Joint resolution In rcgird to
the Nlcai igila cnnal came on for dlscus-t-Inn
This reolutlon reads as follows:
"Whereas, The senate of the United
States hns recently pased a bill to guar
antee $70 WW) of bonds and the interest
for the Nlcni.iguan Cannl Company; not
hiedlng the lesson from slmllir aid to the
Union Pacific ro.nl; therefore, be It
"Itesolved, Hy tho senate, the house, con
curring therein, that we earnestly request
our representatives In congress to use
even' means In their power to prevent the
pnsige of said bill In the house. That If
they ill em It advisable to build said cannl
and it cinnot be done without government
aid, then the government should not onlj
pny for It, but should also own It nnd re
ceive the benefits thereof."
Mr. Tucker moved to refer the resolution
to the committee on federal relations.
Campbell, of Stafford, and Hrovvn, of
Pratt, spoke on the Populist side against
the motion to refer, us did Mr. Scaton on
the Itepubllcan side.
Mr. Cameron was opposed to the resolu
tion and In favor of the motion to refer.
He believed the canal bill was a benefit to
IJcckmnn wanted to refer the resolution
to the committee so that It might be ex
nmlned nnd see whether there was ans thing
good In It. Tho resolution might be a good
one, hut he understood the wiy to hell
was pived with good resolutions and while
tills house wis pnsslng reolutlons promis
cuously thev might be paving tho way to
the realms nf his snntinla mnjpsty.
Mr. Hohrbnugh registered his ohjectlon
to this thing of continually Instructing con
gress The resolution was referred by a vote of
f3 to 35
On third reading of bills the house pissed
Mi. Tucker's bill relating lo collection of
taxes providing thnt delinquent personal
taxes shall be collected ns upon execution.
AIo Powers' bill piescrlblng the punish
ment for breaking the lhner door of a
ANo houe bill No. SC3, an act to amend
section 4111 of the general statutes of Kan
sas of 1S9, relating to Jurisdiction and
procedme before Justices of tho peace in
House bill No CO I, an net to repeal sec
tions 1702 nnd 4703 of the gcnei il statutes of
1SS9, relating to the code of civil procedure.
House hill No 46D, an act to amend sec
tion 19 of chapter 13 of session laws of
House bill No, ISO, nn act to authorize In
corporated bmks to reduce their capital
House bill No JSO, an act to provide pay
ment to the county of Hodgeman for costs
and expenses expended nnd Incurred in the
pioecutlon nnd conviction for murder of
Cordelia Short, a crlmln il of Garlleld
House bill No 4M, .in act to nmtnd nnd
repenl section 1". of chapter S'l nf the liws
of IxJI, being mi nt t intltled "An act con
cerning the duties of county suriejors, nnd
nmenditoiy of and Mippleniental to chapter
23 of the general statutes of lSi.S "
House bill No. MS, an net miking nppin
prlatlon for tlie plumbing, electric il wil
ing and furnishing of the new phvslc and
electrical engineering building, state imt
x ei lt-. I.iwifnce. Kus , for the IWcnl sen
ending June : l, iw
House bill No MO nn net making nppro
priatlon loi the plumbing and heating of
the new wing of the Idiotic and Imbecile
south asslum Wlnlleld, for the flsc-il sear
ending June 3H 1W
House bill No 51). in act miking nppro
lirl itlnn for the plumbing of the new de
tached cottnge, Ins me asslum at Osnwnt
omle, foi the tbcal scir ending June 3),
Uouse bill No ."v, an net making nppio
prliilou for the legislative department. In
clining cleiks committee clerks and em
plove mile ige for membeis and delegates
of both hoiies lleutenint governor nnd
chnpliln of eich house pnt ige for mem
bers of both houses, lieutenant governor,
secietary of the senate nnd chief cleik of
the house of representatives, anil expenses
Incident lo tho general session of the legls
lituro of 1W
House hill No 171. nn net prescribing pen
nltles for the acci ptance of bribes
House bill No 173 an net to pintict hotel
and boirdlng house keepers, nnd to mike
certain -acts mlMlemcinors, and to provide
a nunlshinent therefor
When house bill No l!i). to nuthoilze ln
coriKiinted blnks to reduce their ciplt il
stock to below f3 0no had pised Mr Sut
ton moved to reconsider the vote by wh hh
It wis pissed He give It as his opinion
that a bunk doing business oil a inpltal
stock of les than J7.IW0 was prima facie a
robber. . ,.- , ,,,
rills nroiipni v i --. . ','"" .-!""
motion to reconsider linn Ip-d
Mr Benedict, chairman of the commute
of conference nn the seed grain bill re
ported that the senile bad receded from It
norted that the senile nnu rn; in nm "
kmendmeut ami the Mil will become a
1 iw as It pissed the house.
vt tho convening of tho house this after
noon on motion of Colonel Hrovvn the coi
mlnn bdl. pissed seslerday. was recalled
from lo senate 'for Amendment. Mr
llrovvn sugge-ted that tin lead nnd zinc
mines should be exempted from the provls-
l0The0liouse1,went Into committee of tin)
whole, with Mr. Miller, of Mortis, In the
Cl)l"no committee teenmmended Sutton'
bill, to extend thn pivnient of rert.it
bonded Indebtedness of the state now hel
by tho school fund.
The committee then, begin to wrestle
with Mr. .Immernnn's bill, regulating
ni Intent' fees, This bill reduces the rata
if printing from N 00 to 73 cents per squnre,
nnd the rate for advertising tracts tor tax
siles from '.'3 cents to 15 cents, 'Ihe com
mlttee on printing hid recommended rals.
lug the fees for advertising tracts of lind
from 11 cents to 20 cents.
Mi. U Hllnger. of Coffey, moved (is n sub.
Rtltute. that tho fees for publishing legal
notices shall bo ft) cents per equate for tho
III st Inseitlon, nnd 40 cents per square for
each fciiltot nuent Insertion: nnd 15 cents for
adveillslUK tracts of lind and 5 cents for
advertising town lots. The substitute- was
vlgoiously opposed by Merldlth, of Iteno:
Simons, of Sumner, nnd S itterthwalte, of
Htltler Mr, HeniMlct, of Wilson, favored
the substitute. He said this nchedulo h id
bein tlxed In lSh. when the general scale
of pilces was twice ns hlfch ns now, Mr,
Shouse, of I.ibette. said he hud run n pa
per for two months, and looked down a
shot gun twice during that bilcf
period, unci then quit the business.
Ho did not want to Inlure printers, but he
believed tho fees for legal printing
were too high. He thought the prices llxed
In the substitute vvcic high enough, Mr,
HalHnger defended his substitute. Merl
dlth wanted the bill so worded that the
printers would get tlie fees provided by
law. After un hour's hot discussion and
the adoption of amendments until nobody
exactly uiiderotood what the bill did mean,
the bill nnd amendments proposed were all
thrown In a bunch nnd referred back to
the committee on printing.
Mr. ritzscrald'a bill uu act making ap.
urourlatlon for tho further maintenance
una support for tha two forestry stations
heretofore established In the counties of
Ford and Trego, and for the establishment
of ii dilution experimental stations at said
stations, biul making appropriation theie.
for, wus recommended for passage. This
bill nidlies au e-iyr-rlatlou tot Irrigation
kee to his feet with nn eloquent defense
of smill iianki The integrlfs of a man
In Kalis is was nnt meiMiied by the
"noun nf bis capital and the colonel
.......,. i n. iimt uiieli was the fict '1 he
A Powerful and Only Known Solvent of Stone
In the Bladder its value in Bright's
Disease of the Kidneys, Gout, &c.
Cue of Mr. R. L. ROYS, of Mertden, Conn.
The following plate la frnni a pholograph. which nccomnanlei n report!
mido by Dr. C. II. Pav Is, of Mcrldcn. Cunn , of tho rao of Mr. It. I,. Hovn
Slniir hi tlie lllnitilrr-to tho AVw fitilatul Mcillenl Monthly for Jltlv, H'O
(fcoiuianUKlnf thnt Journal), and represents romo of tho largest sreclmeus of
itn.nli il Sloiio illschnrgcd li Mr. 1U under tho ncllon of
B0FFAL0 LITHIA WATER
mtiLA, & &3te
"The pfielatiraph hfreicith it n torreet rrprfimtation, and rxn't its', of omn thrtarcett
IftHmrnt if (Vitfiill itliehnrpnl ha Mr. Hovs. A chemical nml mlcroievplcnl nnit(it
touU that thty art Vric Mil, iiiia o trace of tlie Oxalate of Ltmc
Coso of Mr. S.
Tho following plate Is from a.photOBraph, which forms n part of a com
munication of Dr. tleorgo II. Pierce, of Dnnhtiry. Conn . reporting cno uf Mr.
8-Mnne In tlir lllaililrr-tn the Xtu 'ivitonrf Mciliral Monthly for Jov., 1MHI
(sec pai,o7ilof that Journal), und rcpnsents somo of the largest specimens of
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Two Ounces and Twenty-Seven Grains of Dissolved Stono
,1,Cn1dncrr,?0,,hobyacntlSntloei,, BOFEMjO LlTfflA WWER
Pmnllcr Fartlclei, nml Quantity of Itrlckdnst Deposit, not estimated.
That this Water possesses extraordinary remedial potency
in Bright's Disease of the Kidneys, Gout, Rheumatic
Gout, Rheumatism, Nervous Exhaustion or Depres
sion, Female Complaints, and some forms of Dyspep
sia as well, is so attested as to admit of no question.
buffalo Lithia Water
is for salo by druggists generally, or in cai.es of ono dozen half-gallon bottles
o-OOf o b. ntthohprings. Descrlptlvo pamphlets sent to any address.
THOMAS F. GOODE,Propr.,Euffalo Lithia Sorings,Va.
EVANS-CALLACHER DRUG CO., Kansas City. Mo.. Ccn'l Asts
experiments at the forestry stations In tho
western P irt nt tho state.
Tho committee also icconimended for
pnssaKe Mr. he iton's bill, an ait to create
a commission and piovlde for tho erection
of monuments nnd table Is to m irk tho
position of Kansas troops on tho battle
fields of Chick.imniiRa and Chattanooga.
House oti s,
The petlto form of ct-Oovornoi Scav. of
Oklahoma, occupied a ch ilr to tho left of
the speaker's desk this afternoon.
Judge O I. Miller, the member of con-Kress-elect
from the Second district, wasn
spectator of thn proceedhiKS of the houso
Tho nihatitiiRe of having at least ono
member of the houso who bis the ublllts
to pras has been shown during tho past
two or three diss. The chaplain has been
absent from his post of dutv, but tho
house has not been depilvid of nn lntei
cissorut thu thtone of giaco Itev Knlpo,
tho member from Hilts, his conducted the
proper duvotlonnl oserclses '1 ho houso
to-dni showed Its appreciation of his seiv
lccs In their behalf bj a resolution of
POPULISTS FIGHTING ANTHONY
The Kiini Sennto Att ii Ks thn Hei ord of
the Noiiiini n fin hilpi rluti lull lit
nf III. ur nice.
Topcka, Kits , I'd) 7. (Ppeclil ) Tf
nil nccounts lie true the senate had a
teil hot time thK evening1 while In ex
ecutive, session to consider tho nomina
tion of Oeorffo T Anthony for stnto su
peilnteiitlent of Insurance, llardls hml
the sennte chamber been cleat cd when
Senator Juniper launched Into n tlinrte
ngnlnst Covet tint Anthony, and rend
Ions cell arts fiom I) It. Anthons's
ICMvenvvoith Times to prnvo the i lunge
that ho wns cm nipt and dishonest
Other cliniges weio made
In defense of (loveinor Anthony Sen
ator btetne tefeneil tn a. rem irk mnde
by one of the l'opullst seimtots to the
effect Unit Anthony was n haul pill to
swallow for even the Ilepubllcnns, nnd
said Unit If any Itepubllcan nenntor felt
Unit wnj he did not know who ho could
be. lie then moved that n committee
of tlueo be appointed to Investigate- the
charges, nnd himself nnd Koiuitoi Don
nlson nnd Senator Thnchei wete named
an the committee. It Is mulct stood that
this cnmmlltro Is to summon witnesses
and give n tliotougli hearing to any nnd
nil clintgcs which mny be mado ngalnst
Tho senntn then adjourned tn await
tho tepott of tin- committee, which may
not bo made for d i s.
There Is little doubt that Anthnnj will
bo enuflimed The Populists who nte
mulling tho chatges In the henato Has
they will vote foi confirmation after
they ventilate what they say Is a bad
tecotd. (loveinor Anthony eouits the
fullest Investigation nnd pinfesscs to be
conlldent of a complete vindication, as
nio nil tho nepubllcnn senators.
More 'I li in tin.iinii.eillli runic iiri r
Have been cnriied by the Lake Shore &
MIchlKan Southern rallwas during the past
twcnts-flvo years. Very few were able to
lind any fault. The rest were delighted.
One of them recently said: 'Tor sev
ct.il sears past I havo made from two to
four trips each month between Chicago and
New York and am almost aluajs accom
panied by fiom one to three ot four othets.
I believe (us 1 am Informed bs sour con
ductors) that I havo made more trips be
tween Chicago and New York than any
other one man during the pist few years.
I havo alvvass traveled over your road In
preference to any other, becnuse bs eate.
ful comparison with others I havo found
not onl that the toad Itself Is far superior
but the tablo and the rervleo aro In every
respect the best of any toad I hnve over
traveled on. The conductors, stewards,
waiters and poiters I have found to be unl
foi inly courteous and attentive, adding
greatly to the comfort of those who are
obliged to travel as much as I am." Trains
lease Chicago as follows; 8 a, m.j 10 30 a,
m,: i a p. in.. 5 3o p, in,; S.I5 p. ni. dulls-,
and Jl 3) p. in. dally etccpt Sundas-, Jl I',
Ilumphres, T, I'. A, 7S7 Muin street. Kan
sas City, Mo.; C, K. Wllber, I'. A.,
Carthage, Mo , reli 7. (Special ) Humors
were current bete that Jasper and Newr
ton counties were to be quarantined, bs- or
der of the government Inspector, on the
ground of Texui. fever, Cattlemen heie uie
Kieutly exercised nnd to-day held a meet
ing ut the Commercial Club rooms und up
pointed a committee to go to Jefferson City
to Investigate, lhey deny the truth of the
statement!, as to the presence of Texus
fever here. II. It Harding, N. Schooler
and Gil Uvans will act us the committee.
This Is a large cattle raising territory and
the quarantine would be serious, and, as
no cause exists, should not prevail.
The Heat I'll 1 I ever u.eil," 1 the frequant
temark of purchasers ot Carter's I.lttle Mrer
I'llli. Vitm ou try them you will sjr tha
un i it ci.r.itit r.niFUN nr.i.r.n Tin:
IIOLli: 111 OliDCIt.
,1. II. Itnthwell I lectrd Teniporiry sprnU-
tr lis a l'arty Vote Mr. Itimcll
Is I in prill In g I' roe ceilings
111 the Senate.
Jefferson Cits', Mo . Feb 7 (Speclnl )
In accordance with tho "amendment to the
rules, adopted sesterdas. Chief Clerk (Irlf
fln called the hou-e to oi'der this morning,
tho "pinker and speaker pro torn being
absent V tclegritn vvns received this
morning bs Chli f f lerk firlflln, In which
Speakei Ilusell iiss his cold has Improved
mid his fcvei gone It was vers gl id news
In the house,
After prnserbs the chaplain, Mnjor Illt
tln),ei moved that the house proceed to
elect a temporars speaker. '1 he motion
pi availed Major Hit linger then nominated
J II Hntliwtll, of .Sedulla. and Mr Hrll
chctt nominated J I' Divldson, of M ir
lon Mi. Ilolhvvell was elected bs' a parts
vote of 71 to 4i Moore, of Mississippi,
voted foi Dr I'ettljohn. It mas ho ic
nicmbeied Hi it Di ibelle. of St Louis,
Davidson, of Minion, and Moore, ot Mis
sissippi, wero piospectlve candidates for
the spc ikershlp bifore election Moore
seems not sot to have recovered
Mr Jones, of I'ollt, arose to a question
of personal prlvllaje His purpose was to
correct (in erroneous coirespondence hi the
St Joseph Herald and the Knnsas Cits
Journal, In whbli a htntement wis made
that Jones, of I 'oik and Jones, of lib k
ors, voted against engrossing the Sunday
bisebill bill It sei ins that the Jones
famlls wero in lonjumtlon on .ome other
bill, not on the one rifeiiod to.
i mill .
Ill the senate this morning, Mr Division
Introduced a bill i educing nnd legiilntlng
p-ivmhiokei chnrnr8 In Its general ehn
ucti r. It Is of the usual style.prov Idlng rh it
a nialiiiuiii late of 10 per cent mas be
'I ho sen ite did nothing else except to dis
cuss Yeatei's bill, now up for third rend
ing, which provides that applicants foi ad
mission to practice nf law must be grad
uates from a regul.ii law school or be ad
mitted to pi ictlco bs tho appellitrt or su
pieme com t.
After uiguinent In full upon Venter's
admission to the bar bill, this afternoon,
It failed pass ige hen.itui Diclmrd's bill,
enabling and requiting boards of aldeinien
In fourth cl iss cities tn take the it'iisiis.
upon petition of lifts or mole citizens nss.
en i ue piajceeuiiigs geueraiis weie in a
routine and iinlnte testing character,
J D, Johnson, &lm I'llce and Arthur l.ee,
of St Louis, nppeand before the senate
Judicial s committee Inst rdhht In opposi
tion to the bill nbnllshlng the, speilil jurs
law Juis Cominlssloiicr 1'h Idlng Mans,
tlel I ptesctited his hoolts to show that the
present law Is not doing tho service ex
pected of It. nnd that Instead of coiisnvliig
thn public weal, suih Juries, In nine i.ises
out of ten, in e made up or continued bs
thu clerks or other eniploses of coipoia
lions, In the senate sesterdas' .Senator I.smnn
Introduced thre lonipntilon bills, the key
to which Is a provision enabling sliced eui
companies to Imtcnso or consolidate cap
ital stock lo a maximum of JVl.Ouo (). The
lUt'sinl avowed piiiposo of the bills U to
enable a consolidation of the street eai
lines of St, l.ouU. In the future. If tho bill
pusses, It mas be used to enable an lu
ll ease of the capital stock of the street
cai Lomp titles In Kansas Cits-, oi In other
cities In this state.
The Travelers' Protective Association Is
consldei ihly exticised over a bill pending
In the senate which licenses peddlers and
lUes bounds tn their rights, privileges und
Immunities. Muubeis of the Tiavelers'
Association nro of Ihe opinion thut the bill
Is restrictive of the privileges of conimer
ilul tiuvelirs. The Impression is In error.
The bill, on the eontrary, is In encourage,
ment of the knlhhls of the loud. The sen
ttnient In the asenibls is that the Jocund
and agreeable knight ertant of the day Is
a good thing to have abroad In tho land.
The senate committee on ngrlculture last
night bad a boisterous meeting, considering
Senator Davlsson's butlerlne bill. Another
int-ellm? of the lUllimlttee Wus held tn.ilnt
land each day hereafter a meeting will be
lleni unill me "".,' ifi'ui ien. ,t last
night's meeting, which lasted two and a
half hours. Mr Jones, of Jacob Dold &
Sous, Kansas Cits, and Senator I.sman
spoke against the bill. T.he dalijiuen were
reptesented bs rV."'i.?f Fulton; J.amm. of
Sedalia; Truesdall. 'lips'. Tlbbltts and
Heckel, of St, l.ouls. It is probable now
mat tno uiu win u laiuiuui) reported,
GOING TO CHICAGO TO-NIGHT?
The Burlington fast train ''ell" leaves ut
5 50. Tha onl line serving meals on the
cafe nlan between Kansas City and Chi.
cago, in addition to regular meal service.
. This entire train Is equipped with all mod
tru ImurgycmenH. Brvice unxcU
WANTI3I) A swing mitt nf refinement
nnd education to work Kansns CltVi Alih
Isonand St Joph soliciting policies nf
credit Insurnine from mmufneturers nnd
Jobliers, ittid explain to them our ssstem of
Insurnnce ngiilimt exiesmve lossi s nrllllg
from bad debt- Address II. M, III.OSSU.VI
. CO, HI Irfiiils. Mo
WANTKt) ImmidHtely, three news
npenls nn rnltriid Call on Southern Hull'
way News Cnmpinj, 101s Union nve.
, "ANTI!D 1 soung men for Installment
house. Ill) per week HSHI.HCi, M) Main,
, VANTHI-)-Man to lake onlers nnd rol
lec't. li weekls II West SI li st , room '.'
W'ANTUD Youiiir ninn with common ed
ucation for ofllce MJ .Main Rl , upstnlrs,
i ATt:n-fi:vt vt, t; nr.t.p.
WAN'TUD Ladles to do fancv vvorls nt
home: fit to ill), steals work, no
canvassing: send si imp. Dclrnj Needle
work Co , IMras, .Mich,
CANADIAN KMI't.OYMnNT OITICU.
nnd rurnlshid Itooms, inlij, 1! istb, cor.
Walnut, 'lei 1 17 'I lie best plnco In K. C ,
Mo,. to nml help oi Rltiintlous, mule or
female, II seals' experience Hf. Omnbv
Nat. bink, Omaha, t'ltlrciis' hnnk, K. C,
U'A.'I nn AliUNTS.
WANTED Agents 111 every tnle nn sal
nry un I commissi jiu Aguits making 2" to
V) weekls-. lbireKa Chemlcil nnd Mfg, Co ,
I. a Crose. Wis.
to itUNi imtisns.
TO IMIN'T a nice tliree room dwelling
only four blocks from Minnesota nnd
within one block of two street enr lines
Call nt the JournnI branch olllcc. In tho
Chambrr of Commerce bldg.
TO HKNT ItOOM.
TO HUNT One elegant ofllce room nnd
one suite In the Journal bldg llcnt lea
Fonable. Apply to the Journal Co
to hi:.t siiit:i:i.i.AM3ous.
TcmiTi?NThiore building, 'Jl 4th St., now
occiiplid 1S' W" 1. Crush ('ommlsstiin Co,
from March 1st. .1. Jl. WOODS, 410 midd
TO ItHNT legant odlces In the JournnI
bldr. nt rensouablo rates. Apply to tho
ItOMCV TO IA1.
TO LOAN. 8si:,,P.k!
montls, 1-tinos Wireliousi-
lecMIlIH low rates ctu us
tlrsl .NAI IONAI, llltl) K I It Vl.i:
,-,o:i Hall llullilliig.
KANSAS Cits- loins SI OT) and upwards,
and farm loins within l(i miles, for sile,
the siftst Invi stun nt foi local Investors,
i ate, 5 to 7 per cent lntotNst JAMHS I,
I.O.MHAHU, over 1'list Nat'I lnnl.
r, AND C PIJH Ci:NT money on business,
residence and farm property; unusiinllv- fa
vorablo terms Apply to Homer Heed or
Theo Niish.lOO! Hroadway. op Coates house
TO CONTHACTOHS We hnve otne sec-ond-hund
" In li and Inch steel rope, tn
flrst-el-ss condition, which we will sell at
renon ible figures W'e have two pieces of
the inch rope 10 feet In length, one piece
of tin 3, huh rope COO feet In length and a
few pUces from ..0 to 4) feet Jong This ruPe
will be found to In vers suitable and de
sirable for contractors for iih on their
derricks, eti i tc
Till: JOURNAL COMPANY.
KANSAS Cits Improved business ptop
erts, lirge loins, r to t't pet cent, re'
denco propcrts, to r.ij, per cent 1AMCS
1. I.OMHAHD. over I'lrst Nnt'l bank
I'AHM LOANS Northern Missouri and
Uistein KnniiH, with llf Insiiranie, In an
old established compans . a to li pel cent an
imal Inti ii st, without lire Insurance hlgh.r
tales, privilege pivlng pan or entln- loin
at anv time LVMi:-? L LOMHAHD, oui
I'lrst N.it'l bank
WANTLD Man to take Interest In gi iln,
his and feed hultiees, advantageous lo, i
llou, ctnbllshed trade, will take pirttui or
sell business. Address 'A SOI, Journal of
tlce Sl.ND for free book, "How to Trade Sue
cessfulls In Uriln on Small Mniglns '
Pel kins ,?. Co, Jit Hlilto bldg, Olilt.iso
ron si,i: vn-tt i:i,i,,vm:iiiis.
W VNTLD I'ntner tn produce business,
niuil linve eome business expirleice un,
ruisonablt nmount of capital Adihesn .
poo. Journal ollb e
roil SALi: A llrst-clf-s barber shop
1 , h ilrs, has done a good buMnpis; bull
room attained Address H O dittos, C, il
C1IA& K TOWT, JOHN II lOWT,
President. leo I'lesldctit.
i: L HAHHIb,
MIDLAND 'IHANSI'UH CO Prelght
and baggng" tranferred to nnd from nit
depots rurnltiire moved nnd pai ked by
experts 407 and 401 Wyandcttu st . K in
ras Cits Mo Tel lr,17
SACHS opened and repilred, bought and
sold Combination locks clc med nrd
chnnred II. HAHHIOAN Hxpert.
'1,1. phone 1JS1 1C Cast 'lenth st
l.OVI' Ladv's liilutlnir case gold watch.
short chilli; miikd Inside, 'Abide, from
grandpa and grandma " I'ludei notlts
. SOS, fournal oltUe, and get re waul
PHHRONAL Will nns one knowing nns
thlng of the vvheieibouts of linns V, h
Proem in please inform his bister, Mrs. J.
W Cottliighiuu, Dishhr. u
A I.I, I'll'l It.
CALL nt P SI D llord's Mammoth
Wall Paper store und Inspect Ids stoik be
foro busing Just received tilini cuiloids.
nil grades, tho cliearcst to tho finest, 111.!
1115 Walnut st
w vntT wan cood. old. fashion butter.
milk or cream, go to McCllutock's rostau
rart. i2u Walnut streut.
IIOIISi; AND uhici,i:.
HOHSKS wintered $3 per month, sent for
and returned. MAKK S SALISIIUHY,
itAVr: New and safo building for fur
niture stoiufio. Advances made, packing;
and shipping done. JOHN A. I.AMHS,
Malinger, SOS Walnut st.
MHS L JAMHS, tho well know clnlr
vovant and nance medium, may be con
sulted at 1203 Grand ave,; pallors 33 and 40
PHOV1 30fl W. 0th to SOS Wulnilt.
KONHW HICYCLi: CO.
mm- ustatu 'ih.vn!i'i:iis.
NOH.MAN &. HOUHHTSON.prorrletors ot
abstructs and examiner of laud titles, No.
lb Cast blxth street, furnish dulls tin)
transfers of real estate filed In the record
vr s ofllce at Kansas Cits', Mo,
Notice All trunsfers appearing In our
daily teports contain coveuunts of teueul
warrants unless otherwise stated.
Cells H. Coomber and husband to
Missouri I'nlon Trust Compans ,
north forty feet of lot 10, block ,
Coates' addition f 3 200
Arthur 1'. Howell to Charles A Mn
shall: lot 7.', Cider's addition, lot
4.W. Madison place; lot 72, block 4
Armtleld's addition, and lots 9 and
9tj, block i, AnqtU'ld'B addition ,... 10.C0O
1,11(1 At. MITICIII.
W'llrlll'AH Wllllnm W I', ikins Ati
Hetle M Perkins, his wife, (.i-.iulors. I J
their dee I of r,i. ,)nli d lh- siviiilifh II
ds Of Aplll, eighteen hundred illd lllll 'V,
le-enrtrl In Ihe olllcc nf the re order f
deeds of .la kon county, Missouri, nt I
snji t Its. on Hie iiiiw ibile, In bonk Jl v I
pigesIS0 to ISi, loth Innlusive, oonvevi i
td lefferion Prumbiii It III" followiiil .
Sirlbed Inml In Kansas Cltv, Jackson m in
tSi .Mls..utl, lo vv It A putt of the In I
i olive) nl to Dntild I, SlionSe b) 'lbuli ll
McDiinl. I an I i He bv deed in 1
JlllS 1, IW reeorlrd III book Y, page COI, in
Ihe recorders cilice of JneHnon count),
Missouri, thus htiiipded, v it : lleglnnii g
on the oust Hue nf M nn street. In the Cltv
ot Knnn, at n point vvhPh Is the vvet
end of the ml Idle line or lb
south stone foundation wnll uf a
certain three. slur) bilik stoio
blinding, elected lis tiiia Conm Ily. and m j
her pos'siBirloii uu ),, ,ouvcsed the ptop
irtv bs deed dated lVbrnnr) 2"" 1S7I to
llnt-nibn (liuwn, tin in o i istetls along
middle line Of nl -Ji rtmndatlon wall nnd
proloiii.-tlloii nf such middle line to the
west line uf the ul. In block clglit ( In
McDllllrl's ilddltlon to sntit Cltv uf K xn-
sas, tin me inn Hi nliiuit sileli nlles to
point which shall be In a prolongation o
the mid He line of the noith foundation
wall of said lline story brl k bull ling, sn
i re. ti d by said Anna Council) .thclicc iest
Witldl) fiom sin h point lo the east end
of said middle line of sild north founda
tion will, and theme wcHterl) ulolig the
middle line nf sell north foundation wall
tu the cist lhn of sild Main Hlreit, mil
tin nn soutliMls lo the ilm c of beglrnlinr,
In lug ii lot of l.ttul supposed lo havu u front
of tvvintv time mid i Ight-tivilfths (.'is I'.')
Let un Main street, and lommonls l.novvu
and deslgtinteil us jnt number bov
n (7), in bloik eight (M. In
McDaiild's udilltlon to the City of
Kansns, rxrrpt so much of slid lot eoi.n
(7) ns lies south of the middle Hue ot siilil
soiltli found itlon wall nnd the prolongation
tlurcof, the land couvesiil by said deed of
ttust bilng s line eonvesed bv following
deul, tecoriled In snld HCordcr's olllcc,
lo-vvlt Died to Anna Oonticllv, book .C,
p.iL,e 131. denl dnlPd Allrust 31, K!, tu said
Anni Connell), book 1", ngo J11: deed
ilittd rbrunrv S, 1S7I. lo Harmon Hrovvn,
book 11 7, page C33, and convc)niiie Is sub
ject lo puts wall contnict mintloiied In
hiicJi lipids, nnd also tint of Jiuiuiry ll,
1SS. book 11 S3, page 20v, nml being the same
lind eonvcvid to Willi on W I'ciklns by
James I Coiiovir nnd (leorge If, Conover
and their wives bv deed dated Urn Sslli dny
of June, Ivs", recorded In book II iitimbi r
'- PH'e M, all lights uudei nns and all
pirty wall con t nets urfectlng s ild land nnd
nil lights i onct rnlng parly walls stlim
litcd In nny iletil e onves lug said land
nil rights undei nnv and all leases ot snld
land being by ald deed of trust assigned
to sild Hriimhaclc. and all snld land nnd
rlphls being lis said deed of trust ionve)(il
to secure ju) ment of icrtnln promissory
notes In said deed of trust descilbi d,
and, whereas default wus made In the pas
inent when due ot the luteiest nott s ill itur
Ing forts -eight months and lifts-four
monts atti r date, In slid deed ot Unit de
scribed, and there now ri mains duo nnd
unpaid the whole of sild iirts-four months
Interest note, mid there has been pild on
said forts-"lght months' lntnet note only
the following amounts Two doll us and
seventy-six cents at nntiirlts , f.ou, June
12. ls3l. and $lrn, July is, lS'H, the biliuce
of that note being due and Unpaid, now,
therefore, at the request of the owner
and holder of wild due and imp lid nolens,
and of the othei notes secure'd bv said
deed, maturing theienftei (the notes in i
turlng before said defaulted lioti s having
been paid), notice Is hereby given that
sild Hrumback will n4 such trustee, un
der the power In s ild deed of tiust, proceed
to sell the prope 1 1) and lights herelnliefoie
described, nnd b) ild deed eonvesed and
ail) and everv part tboreor at public
vendue, to thn highest blddei, at the court
house door, In tho CH) of K in is (now
called Kansns Clt)), In the count) of Jai k
sun (iforeald, for c ish, on 1'ildiv, the
tlftecnth elav of Mnrch. eighteen hundred
and nlnot)-llve, between the hours of nine
n clock In the forenoon and live o clock In
the iftinioon. to in) the balance due on
said defaulted notes, nnd the costs and
i pcnses of executing said trut, Includ
ing compensation to the truiio for bis
service", and out of the ualance of pro
ceeds, to pi), as provided In s ,,i deed of
trust, the piluclpil note dcscillnil theieln,
with Intiiist not Included In Interest notes
maturing before th it, the court house door
ut which nub silc will ue mule, being
the south front dooi of the couit house
building In Kansas Cits Jackson counts,
Missouri, on the block ot ground bounded
li) 1 fill street, Oik street, 'Missouri ave
nue nnd Locust street, In which building
the circuit court of .1 ickson countv. Mis
souri, at Kansas Clt) will be hell or
might law full) be held If In session, at the
time of sale, and ar which door the she i Iff
l. null) sells line! on execution from sild
JIHTHHSON Hltl'MHACK. Trustee
THCSTHHS SALn-Wlui(as,Cnrollni L
Kiivs-er and Ousiav A Kaurr, b, r hus
bmd bs thelt died of trust, date the
.lib .lav of Jul) 1SS1, mil reeonkd In the
olllce of the re unlet of uiuls in Juki-on
eoiini), Mlssniiil, nt K.uis is Cits. In book
It 07 at li ti.1 J 1 1, ill) lonves to the llndil
"Igued irustee thn following described rial
ixt.ile, situated In the i ouiin of .1 ul.son
and state of Mlssontl to-wit Lot niim
b. ml three (Il In blnek nuiiibi red seivents
nlni (70) In l.'ast K in- i. un addlilon to ihe
Ills of Knnsis low K in is Cits In trust
to seinre the pasinmt of the promlssor)
note In said di i I disiiihtd. with Intenst
ns thirtlu el'sirlbid mil aNo the pav mint
us thiieln deFiilbed ol icrialn dues and
lines as theieln set lorth, and, where is,
default was nude In Ihe pu)iuint of the
luteiest us thiuln desiilbed, ns well ns of
the dues and lines afoiesald for the jierlo 1
of mole than six mouths after the sild
dins, lines and intn.si beenino dun mil
pi) able, bs leasnu when of, under the pro
visions of snld d,id of tiust, th said note
Ins also In i nine dm and pliable and lie
s une togcthel wlih snld dins, tines nnd
Intenst, rent ill) due and unpaid, now,
Iheiefoie, at the n quest of tin k.i,a holder
of said note nnd In accoidince wlih the
jiinvDlons of sill died ol trust I as sill
trustee will on 'Ihurseliv the 2sih das of
IMiruars. 1S9'. between the hours of nine
oibuk a in and live n'i lock p m, nt Hie
south front dooi of thu count) court bouse
In Kan is Cltv, J ickson countv Missouri
xpose to sale and kcII to the highc'i bld
d i foi cish, tin ibovi deserlhed real es
iat at public vinilue to sallsfv tho debt
afiitesild aid the iots nf this trust
JAMl'S SCVMMDV Trustee
THl'Sl-CHS SALH-Whcreas default has
line n mad" lii the pasment of the two cer
tain i egotlable proml"sor) notes and Inter
est tliei con dctrlbc I In the deed of tiust
mad' bv Itlehird If Weller and Leilli
W" ller. his wife, dated I'ebrinrs Sth lss7
tiled for reioul In the nfib e nf the reeoubr
of d"eds In and for Jnikioti loiints, MIs
roiirl nt Knciaa Cl'y. Missouri, IVbruarv
itb IW and reennbd In book I! No Ji);
nt PH.e 1S1 I will In nciordanre with ,n
terms of said d"ed nf trust t the reqiisat
of the legal owner and holder of s ild notes
proceed to ell the real estate n tald deed
of trust describe 1, situate In the i'oui ')
of Ja l.son In the ei,ntp 0f Missouri v r
All if the south half of the southwest quar
terof sictlnn twenty-four (21) In township
fort) nine (li) In range thlrt) -three (in, n
Jackson county (except thnt pnrtlon there
of taken and rmivejeil for riillna) tricks
and purpo'ec) the laud In said deeel of
trust de-ecrlbed being eent)-ili e nnel on
half (75H) acres at public vendue', to thn
highest bidder nt the tourt bouse door In
Ihe Clt) of Kansas (now Kansas city Mis.
tourl) being Ihe ninth front door nf ihe
Jnrlsson county court bouse, In Knnsas
Cltv, In ths aunty of Jackson stale afoin.
snld, for cash, on Tuesdnv rebruars i;th,
1P0B, btween the hours nf nine n'i lor-k 'n
tho forenoon ;uul five o'chvk In the after
noon of ihnt lay, to sntlsfv and piy sild
notes nnd Interest mid the cost nf executing
this trust Iin.N'RY N I.RS, Trustee
THPSrilHS SI.i:-Ily reason of default
In the pa) m nt of tho piluclpil nolo, de.
rcrlbi d In a eb I of trim made b) Chatles
P neither ige nnd Hlljsabeth M Deather
age bis wife dited thu 12th day of June,
lssi and recorle i on the 15th div of June.
1SS1, in book II 31" at pigo 431 in the of
tlce of the reen. li r of deeels for Jackson
county, Missouri at Kansns Cltv, I will,
by vlitun of the premlns and nf the povvir
In me vested bv; sild deed pf trust nnd at
the request nl the legnl holder nf snld note,
pioieed (n sell nil of lot numbered 11 In
block numbered 1 In McKlnney helehls,
nn audition to Kansas Cltv Jackson coun
ty, Missouri as shown by tho recorded nlat
of sild addition, nt the south fiont dooi
of the court house tn Kansas Ct), between
the hours nf '. jvlo'K 111 the forenoon and
1 o'clock In the nfiernoon, on Thursdas,
the 21st day of rehrtnry 181J, nt public
vendue, tn thu highest bidder, for cash
for the purposo of paving said note and the
cost of executing ' trust
f " A A TOM1 JS'tON, Trustee.
Kansas City, Jm'y :oth. 1S05. T
NOTICMJ TO imil.CU. CONTH CTOHS-
The undersigned, bs order of tho county
court, will on Tuesdus. 1 ihruaiy .M. 1533, at
tvvu o'clock on that day, at tha east door
of court house. In Kansas Clt), Sllssoutl let
by public outcry, to the lowest responsible
bidder (subje-ct to tho approval of the
county court) the bull ling of ono stono
culveit In Sec. 22, Tivp. 4S, Its. 33
Specifications for the samo may be seen ut
tno Cfluniy "uiifjurs uiuee, ill inc court
house, Kansas Cits', -do.
I'HANK J. OTLAJinnTY,
County Survesor and Iload Couiiulsslqnf
jjatea ieDtuary. t, .!.
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CHICACO MILWAUKP.H AST PAUL HY
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Till. si 1-1: S T.I" Wliereus. John II.
Neutli aid ruiiilo M North Ids wife, by
Hull di d of trust dated tho 5th d ty or
Di end 11 l-'iu mid rccoided on thn 13IU
da) of DiiemlKi lSr0, In book U "so. 410.
ut page 4Mi Jiu keiin count), Missouri, reu
ot ii at Kansas i't, eonvc)ed to tho 1111
l ikL-ih.i1 us iiustee. tlm following de
scilhid mil estate situate In the county
of Jiu ksnii und state of Missouri, to-vvlt:
Lot numhtrcil six (1) nnd tho south seven
("I Let of lot numbered live CO In bloclc
iiumbi rod two (2) nml lots numbered thlr
lien (I'l, lourlien (11) nnd tlftcen (13), In
bloek iiunibcreil one (1) of M'Leiy nnd
W.illiv's 1 1 sin e) of blocks one (1) and
two (J) of lliooklvn heights an addition
to the City of Kansas now Kansas Cits',
as sill lots are inaiked nnd designated '
the neordid pint of sill resurvis which
said coivis.uuu wns mado to secure th
pas me ut or tho pilnclnal and Interest
notes lu sail eleed elese rlbed, and whereas,
default bis been mnde In the pi) ment of
1 put of said piimlpiil note which Is now
past due nnd 11 mains unpaid, now, there
fore, puliUe1 notke Is luiebs given that I,
tho midnslgiiid truslie ut the lequest ot
tho Ici-al hold 1 and owtnr of said note.
nml In uocotdance with tho terms of snld
(Ued of tiust, will on Saturdas' the Jtttri
day of Iibruurs lsriri between tho hours
of nine oMoik In the foienoon and llv
o'oloe k In tho nfteiuonii of lint elns at
the west door of the 1'nlti d States tiost
otllee bull ling. In IC.insas Clt), Jackson
toiintv, afoies ild jiroceed to sell, and sell,
the above diiicilbed rial estnte at liubllo
vi mine to tho highest blddi 1 for 1 ash,
to pll off aid sutlsis the bit nice of s ild
note, the Inti 1 eat thereon nnt the costs of
1 cecutlng this trust. S T PLV.TT,
Jap 2;d, l'H Trustee
TlU'Sn:.. a SALK-Hi renron of default
In the pi) ment of a principal promissory
note and lbs list maturing Intilest note,
described in a ded of trust executed by
Willi 1111 11 T-l .ens, unmarried to the un
itirsluutd tiuslee. dated Jiinuarv ICth,
ls. Illed fur ncord Innuniy 21st. lslO, In
tin olllce of ihe 1 e. order of elei ds for Jack
sou. omits Mlourl In book 11 JO I at pagi
2'l 1, tin nn b rslgiied trustee, will pur
sunn to lb tu ins of slid deed of trust,
anl at th" loiiuesi of the Irpal holler of
sail not. s si I, at public venlue to thu
liH.il st bl bb 1 101 cash, all of lot number
f mi (4) In b'o'e. number two (J) In T A.
Smuts aldliloii 10 tha I'll) of Kansas,
luivv filled Kmsas Cltv Ja- k on count).
Mlssoutt at th west dooi of the t'nltid
Suites 1 i.stom house at tho southeast cor
m r of Ninth and Walnut streets. In Kansas
Cits Jackson countv Missouri, on the 22nd
day of rfbrinry, lsli between the hour
of nine o'clock In the foienoon and live
o'eloi1. In the afternoon for thu purpose of
sailsfsltig the said Indebtedness and tha
insi of executing this trust
vVlllPPLP LOAN AND THI'ST COM-
j'aNY Trustee bs A A. WHIPPLC. Its
the request 01 inn ick u uiiiurr 01 sain no-e,
proceed to rell all of lot numbered 4 in
tiloek numbered, I .n MoMmiey heights,
nn ad lltlon to Kansas City Jackson conn
iv Missouri as shown bs the recorded plat
of sill addition at the south front door
3f the court h-use In Kansns Cits', between
Hid hours of U o'clock In tho forenoon and
5 o'clock In the afternoon, nn Thursday,
the 21st day, of I'ebruarv lyi', nt pnbllo
endue, tn the hlghe-it bidder, for cash,
for the purpose of piyinc said note and tho
cost of execiitlrs 'hi" trust
e A A TOMLINSON, Trustee.
ltuniin Clt). Jan'y xOth 1S03
'1 1 1 USrUU'S SAI.K Hy icason of default
In the pasment of the principal and Inter
est of a bond, described in a deed of trust
mid) by Piatik 1. qinopg, single, dated
Ccbruary 20th 15S3 filed for lecord I'eh
ruaiv 2Mb. 1SS5, and recorded In book 310.
nt page 2si). In tho olllce of the itcorder
or deeds for Jackson counts. Missouri, at
Kansas City. I will, pursuant to said deed
of trust, at the request of the legal holder
of said bonJ between the hours of 3
o'clock a. m anl 5 o'clock p m. on Mon.
das'. I'ebruary ltlh, ISM. at the west front
door of the United States custom housa
and postolllce building In Kansas City.
Jackson counts. Mo, sell lots tvventy-nlus
(i0). thirty (30). thlrt) -one (31). thlrty-two
(32) thlrt) -three (33). thlrtv-four (31). thlr.
t)-flve (35) and thlrly-ilx (3o) In block
seven (7). of the subdivision called "Marl
borouqh." In Jackson county, Missouri, at
public vendue,, to the highest bidder, for
cash lo satisfy said bond, with Interest
unl cost of executing this trust.
GARDINER LATHROP, Trtwte.
'1 Hl'STin: S SALU-Iiy reason of default
In the payment of Ihe principal note, de.
scribed III n deed of tiust in ido by Chnrlei
p Dentin 1 a he and Kllzabeth M, Denther-
..... .. ln .Inlnl Ihri l,li ill... n T..u-
Ulle, Ills ..in- .";- ' 1 , . ', .nine'.
lsvi. aim 11 unie-ii mi ue- 1 'in .1 iv ui uiine,
iss'j n book H "II. at page 434 In the of.
nie of the iccorder nf deeds for Jackson
louiity. MI'souil. nt Icons is Cltv. I will,
bv virtue of the premises and of the power
In uu -ested bv said deed of trust and nt
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