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ntE KANSAS CITY JOtfKNAL. TUESDAY, FEB11UA11Y 12, 180.5.
Five thousand customers have purchased
goods of us during the past J car, lint wo
never toll goods nt the prices we nro mow
fclllntr nt. All linen reduced CO per cents
fit guaranteed, IMntre made In live hours
nricr leaving jour measure., 1-tilnnm .&
Co, agents Ph mouth Hook Pants Co., 9U
nntl 313, New Itldge building.
c. c. rnATT-.ri.vn snnns
Tor men. D25 Main Ft, 1-nrgo invoice of
Strong ft Cnrroll'n Klioes Just received.
Pood goods nt reasonable prices.
OF INTEREST 10 STOCKMEN.
i on Tin; i:nsuio kaii.
John M Piiynn Chnrtt VroiMmt hy i Lnro
.Majority tif thn ntr Cii-nt IHrrtlnri
Alio Ktrrtnl INiii lltiiHltn Co
rrnl W 1(H Cr.utnt bnow.
The annual election of the Live Stock ex
change jestcrdny passed ort qulolly nnd
good olllecrs weie elected for the ensuing
jenr. The opposition thnt fonsht for n
change In the nominating convention, hut
so signally defeated, accepted the fit
nation nnd oled tho legulir ticket pretty
much to n man. John X, Pajno was t lect
ori provident. Out of a toul vote of 1!01 he
received 131. Charles G. ltrldgeford iih
chosen vice president by n large majority.
Ills opponents were J. H. Caldwell and
St. J. Verner. Oeorge . Campbell and
William Kppetson, who were also on tho
ticket for vice president, withdrew from
the lace before the balloting commenced.
The successful directors were: Abo 11.
Ueggs, 12. J. Hicks and W. S. Hannah.
Tho old bo.uds of appeals nnd arbitration
were re-elected without opposition,
T. S. Utigboe, who has n ranch In Hall
county, Tex., In tho l'an Handle, says
that count! y Is cov.'rcd with snow, and
what Is more It Is crusted, nnd unless a
thnw comes soon cattle must sillier. They
are In good condition, however, and nhlo
to stand n good deal of stnrv Ing.
Mexico was bujlng hogs hero again jes
tcidny. Arizona, ns well as Texas nnd Colorado,
Is now sending us some cattle to market,
James Adams, representing the Chlrlcjhu i
Cattle i. ompanv, of Tombstone, coining In
jesterday with seveinl cats of alfalfa
steeis and they sold very Well.
Governor Mcfntjie, of Colorado, has Is
sued a pioelamition continuing the quar
iintlne ngilnst sheep from Toxas.New Stex
leo, W joining and Oklahoma, vvheie they
aiu supposed to be .mooted with scab.
H. P. Slurphy, Sherman, Tex., was In
jesteiday with cattle for Sletz &. Irving.
Ho savs cnttlo aio doing well In his sec
tion. They have had a good snow, but It
soon melted, pern ind for cuttle, light nnd
pi Ices much the same ns last jcar. s
it. C. Wheat, Hamilton.! Mo , was nt the
jnrds jesteidnj with cnttlo and hogs. Ho
reports only half ns many cattle in Cald
well county ns this time Inst voar. Num
ber of hogs nbout thu same. Corn -KKi-Kia
per bushel, and joting wheat looks well.
S. It. Slnkey. Jllnml county, Kis came
n yesteulny with hogs. Supply ot cattle
in his county a half short. .More hogs
than last vear. Corn, 33 cents.
G, H. Dunham, Allen county, Kns , -was
nt the lords yesterday with cattle nml
hogs. He says thero nre not over half as
m my cattle In his county ns last vear.
Slost of the hogs have gone to market.
Corn, To cents.
G. 12. Williams, Webster county, SIo..
was hero jcsienlay with hogs, lie says
hogs nre getting scarce In his county,
doling wheat looks well. 1'rult prospects
Hull & Dillon, Knob Noster. SIo., had In
W. W. Harrison and A. J. llorter, St.
John's, Kas , camo In yesterday with hogs
J. SI. 13agon. Overbrook, Kas,, was at
tho jnids vesterday with cattle and hogs.
C. A. Lockwood Golden Cltj, SIo, had In
Joseph Chambers, plnthe, Ka., was, on
the juirls yestoiday with sheep.
A. S. Uclchcr. llelchcr, Tex., was up yes
terday with cattle
A. Pry and J W. Ilraman, Butler, SIo ,
vvcie ln.ru jesterday with hogs and cat
tle Creed Yoikcm, Lucerne, SIo., had In cat
W. (1. Hainhlll. Guthrie. O. T was In
yesteidav with hog".
11 S Dnnbir. Paxlcn, Kas., was on tho
jaids jesteiday with hogs.
Pm..k rioertch St. George, Kas., camo
In with hogs yesterday.
J. H. Murray, Ash Grove, SIo., hnd In
Joe Ilnber, Horton, Kas., was In yester
day with cattle.
J. J. Ilngwnll, KInp, Kas, was at tho
yards jesterdnv with hogs,
J. W. lll.iir, Havana. Kas., was here jes
terday with cattle and hogs.
J. A. llirrington, Uarrlnv, Kas., was on
the jnids yesterday with hops
John Coie, nine Springs, Slo camo In
with hogs jesterdnv.
12 C Dent. Parsons, Kas., was In jes
terday with hogs
APPEAL TO THE CHARITABLE.
The Directors of the, Provident Assoe Inlloii
Ask for 810,000 10 Ilillnvc. thu Dls-
tr ss of tho Poor.
At a meeting ot tho directors of tho
Trovldent Association hold Inst night tho
condition of tho poor of the city vvns dis
cussed. It w.us decided to nppenl to tho
public) for contributions to be used In re
lieving tho suffering ot tho men, women
nnd children who nro nctually In need of
food, fuel mid clothing. Tho following ad
dress was picpared:
"To the Charitable People of Kansas City:
Our citizens must lealle that the long
continued business depression, followed by
mi unusually severe winter, will tax to tho
utmost tho ability of the Provident Asso
ciation to meet the demands sure to bo
made upon it this whiter,
"The cMiendltuies for the four months of
Deconibor, Jnnunrj Pubruniy and .March,
1S0I. vera $21,500. Tho total subsuilptlons
received to dato and applicable to thu en
tile llsc.il yeai, Novembet 1, 1S9I, to No
vember 1, l"So, nro $.20,500, or less by $1,000
than tho expenditures for tho four months
of last jeat,
"Tho expenditures this winter are bound
to largely exceed those ot 1SJ1. Considering
that this j ear, as last yenr, a largo puit
of tlm resources of tho association will bo
locked up for months in luoUeu stone, and
considering that tho rcgulni contlibuttous
now on tho books of tho association aro
l.ilgolj pajnblo monthly up '" Novembei 1
previous, ami therefor not available for re
lieving Iniinedlato und pressing wants, tho
board of rlliectois of tho l'tovldent Asso
ciation feel It thulr duty to mako known
to tho lommunlty their urgent needs and
to nsl; for tho raising ot $10,000 for use dur
ing tho next sixty days.
"Subscriptions nro solicited and will bo
) poned tluough this paper as leeelved.
DIlll'.CTOltR OK TIU2 PUOVID13NT AS
bOCI.YTION." Contributions for the Poor
The major yestciday turner) over to tho
riovldent Association $300. which makes
$1,"00 given to tho association fiom tho
$1,M0 appropriated nt tho lecent meeting of
Joseph Plume jesterday sent to the
mujor $;o tu bo divided equally between thu
Provident Association und tho Helping
Them vera u great many applications to
the mayor for assistance jesterday nnd ho
exhausted nil of the funds In his posses
sion for tho icllcf of dlstuss.
I lesldent Kiaulc A. Faxon, of the Provi
dent Association; 12. SI, Clendenlng nnd
W. V. Wutkon called at the city hull jes
teiday and hold a confeiouco with the
lower houeo llunnco committee, which re
ported on tho otdlnnnee which pussed tho
upper house nt tho last meeting of tho
council giving tho Provident Association
$!,& of tho $:,O00 transferred from the
garbage ilepaitment to tho expense de
partment. JiV) to the Helping Hand and
JiV) to tin World's relief patrol. Hcpre
Hfntutlvos of tho latter appealed before tho
lomiultteo und stated that It did not usk
for tho appropriation, us It war. engaged
principally in the collection of clothing,
etc. Thu committee thereupon reported u
substitute ordinance giving tho Provident
Assoilntion !l,t.i), the Helping Hand $JG0
and tho mayor1!, fund $J50.
High hthool 1'uplU Will Contribute,
This morning the high school pupils are
to bring to the school a general offering to
chailty. 12ach pupil Is to brlntr what he or
hho can. Pilnclpal Iiiichauan sub) jester
day that It is probubla that theiu will be
Fcvcrdl wagon IouiU of provisions and
clothing. The offering Is mane in response
to an appeul made by Sir, Diichanan last
l'rlday moining. The contributions will
be turned over to thu Provident Associa
tion. Mis l.lna Ohho'h classes have u.
ready contrlbu'ed $10 and the C. 1,. 12. Bo.
clcty $30, of which $15 goes to the Provident
Association and $13 to the llelptm.- und
DOINGS OF KANSAS SOLONS.
.V IHtlsK lU.ttATK ItllTWIlIlN HI2XA
TOIM DANN12U ASI tVltllYAN.
lntrllgallon Shows Tint I3J People Arc
ltequtrril to Wnlt Upon I orly Senn-
tors-sulnry Itlll lllimMcit
In the llimir.
Topoka, Kas., l'cb. 11 (Special.) The
senato mustered hut llttlo moro than n
quorum when the roll was called this morn
ing ami tho dnj's proceedings were quiet
nnd uneventful Tho only feature was a
brlk debate Iwtween Senator Danner, of
llnrvey county, and Stnator O'llrjan, of
Sedgwick countj-, over Senator Unnncr's
bill to legalize the ncords of deeds nml
mortgages which have been prepared to
replace the ones destrojed by an Incen
diary In .March ot 1V3. Senator O'llryan
produced a handbill which showed that
mass meetings were being held In Harvey
countj to protest ouo ot Senator Dinner's
bills which had pissed the senate, In ref
erence to building n court house, nnd iild
he thought this bill, Introduced only Sat-urdaj-,
should lay over until llnrvey county
people could make nil rprcsslon upon It.
Senator Danner replied that the opposition
of the Fciintor from Sedgwick was based
on the fact that he had taken In ns a fee
for defending the man Who burned the
county records certain abstracts, which be
wished to sell to Ilarvej county. Ills peo
ple wanted the records legall7ed ami did
not l roposo to be nt tho mercy ot the
Wichita, man or buy his recoids. Hcvci.il
senator commenced to lire questions nt
tho author of the measure and lluallj', ns
a compromise, the matter wag laid over
In order to penult the people of llnrvty
countj to nnke nn expression upon It,
The bill Introducers got In their work
at an early hour to-day with the follow
ing: llj Senator Shearer. An net prescribing
certain duties ot countj siirvejors and
tinnsferrlng certain standards and records
to the custody of said olllcer, ami repealing
certain sections therein mentioned; nlso nn
net In relation to county nttornevs, their
duties, liabilities and compensation, nnrl
amendatory ot sections 171, 17W, lioi. 1M(S
and 1603 ot tho general statutes of liio anil
to repeal said sections relating to county
Hy Senator Haldwln. An net authorizing
cities of tho second class to purchase, pro
cure, provide, contract for and construct
water works, electric light nnd gas plants,
nnd to Issue bonds for tho Indebtedness
therebj- created; also an net regulating
the fees and salaries and prescribing cer
tain duties of certain county odlccrs ot
Ottawa countj", Kns,
Hy Senatoi Taj lor. An net nuthorl7lng
anil empowering the major nnd council ot
cities of the Hist class to unite with a
corporation or corporations In the con
struction, maintenance nml use of bridges
or v Inducts nnd to provide for payment of
same; also an act to establish tho Kansas
weather service for the study of the me
terologj of Knnsns anil for tho dissemina
tion of Information relative thereto; nlso
nn act to amend an net entitled 'nn net
In regard to nllcns and to restrict their
rights to acquire nnd hold renl estnto and
to provide for tho disposition of tho lands
now owned bj non-resident aliens," ap
proved Slnrch (!, 1S91.
Uy Senator Cooke. An net regulating
the practice of medicine In the utate ot
Kansas, and to provide n penalty for vio
lation of the snme.
There has been a good denl of tnllc about
the unnecessnry number of emplojes nbout
the senate nml the committer: upon em
ployes was culled upon for a list of all
those upon the pay rolls. The report wns
marie this morning and It shows that to
wait upon the, wants of forty senators
thero nio 127 persons upon the rolls, dl
Ided us follows: Chaplain, one; secre
tarj's force, four; Journal clerks, five; doc
ument clerks, two; docket clerks, thiee;
postolllce, two; doorkeepers, nine; cloak
loom guards, two; janitors, ten; pnges,
ten; stenographers, ten; spoclnls, six: en
rolling clerks, tvvontj"-thrco; sergcants-nt-ftrms,
four; senator and committee clerks,
The afternoon vvns spent In considering
local bills tor the most pni t and the senate
took nn early adjournment.
The house met nt 3 o'clock this afternoon
for tho avoweil purpose ot wrestling with
the fees and salaries bill, hut before going
Into that mattci tho members took occa
sion to Introducu over twenty new meas
ures, running the total of bills Introduced
up to 813. Among these wus a bill by
Colonel Veale, ot Shnwnee, to create a
state weather bureau.
One by I.obdell to create n, high school
course In each countj.
Sir Ilalllngcr's bill to regulate fees nnd
snlailes 1 not a nivago nnrl unreasonable
measure, which probably accounts for the
fact that no contdduablo lobby of county
otllcers Is hero io give It battle The first
section of the 1.111 rentes to county trcas
mois nnrl In n general way raises the
salaries, lnsle.nl of reducing them. Under
this bill, treasurers In counties of less thnn
'.'.OOO population would receive $000 per J ear,
Instead of $Ti, as under tho law. Under
this bill. In counties from :,000 to J.OuO
population the salary of the treasurer Is
$1,000, the same ns under tho present law.
In counties of 4 Mr) to ri.OX) the pay Is
llxed at $1,200. Under the piescnt law tho
sal-irj' of louutv treasurers In counties of
from 2,000 to 6,000 Is $1,000 per annum; In
counties of from ". OrVO to lO.nno Inhabitants,
$l.DO0. Under this bill, in counties of from
0,000 to 9,l Inhabitants, the .il u v Is llxetl
nt $1,500 In counties ot from 0sW to 12.CW
Inhabitants,. $l,sno per annum: In counties
of from 12.000 to 15,OW Inhabitants,.. $-',0rX
per annum. Under the piesetit law In
counties of fiom 10.W) to ln.000 Inhabitants
the salary Is $2,0110 tier annum In counties
of from 13 00n to IS on.) the bill llxes the
saint v at $2,200 1,000 to 20,00". $.K; 21,000
to 23,000. $:.soo.
Under the present law tho salary of
tieasurers lu counties of 13,010 to 0im In
habitants Is $3,000 ami lu counties of more
than 20,oon the salarv Is $1,000. Under the
imlllnger bill the Hilary In counties of 2.,
000 to 00.000 Is (Koil nt J3.0CO, counties ot
from 30 000 to S3 into, ?1.I00; 3,000 to lO.nO'i.
$.1,500; 40,000 to 30,000, $1,00). nnrl In coun
ties of moro than M.WW, $I.JeO.
Under tills bill tho snlailes of county
elrrks nro lowered In all counties except
where tho population Is les than 2,0m.
In these counties the salary is raised from
$700 to $S0O. In other cat.es the bill t educes
the salatles from 10 to 20 per cent below
the present law.
In tho matter of leglster of deeds, tho
fees nre reduced from 10 cents for eer
tlllcato of tiling to 5 cents: recording town
pints, per 100 lots, from $3 to $.'C0. Tho
iilll reduces tho fees ot district clerks
about 3D per cent from present intes. Tho
snme thing Is truo of shcilfl's' fees. Fees
of probata judges nro very slightly re
duced, No material reduction Is mndo In fees
of siirvejors nml coroners, County su
perintendents will suffer to the ixlent of
about 10 per cent, ns compared with tho
The biiluilcB of county nttorneja nro
When the bill camo on for discussion In
committee of tho whole It ran against the
name locks ns nnv other fee und salaiy
bill. Tho most of tho menibeis nro willing
with marked generosity to leduco tho sal
urles lu all tho counties except his own.
Tho bnll opened this afternoon with
speeches ngnlust that provision of tho bill
which leduces the salaries of treasuiets
lu counties of from IG.onO to 18,0o) Inhiib
Hants iiom $3 000 to $;,J00. Hone, of Clark;
Sloore, of Saline; Cannon, of Kingman,
and others iittackerl thu bill. It was de
fended by Ilalllnger and otliets.
Judge. Moon's I Irnt llffort.
County Judro Stono jesterday pel former)
Ids llrst murilago ceremouj, ami the groom
wus to pit used with tho lino way lu vvblr-h
It was done, to Judge Stono says, that ho
KHM hlm n dollar und a bulf extin with
tho fee. Tho couplo man led hud both been
mull lull before, und so they vvero posted
In thu way things ought to bo done, and
it Is said by JurlgB Htouo"B friends that
they testified that tho knot couldn't have
been tied In better form. Tho couplo wus
Albert I. Nettei'lcld, ngerl H, ami Slis.
Slary Churlotto Hammond, uged u. They
woro bth of Jackson countj, Tho cem.
inony wus performed In tho oillco of He
Wo are In this fight to stayl nest
tercel ed coal delivered at the (ollonlug
Lexington lump, $2 23.
Itlehuioiid lump, $.' -).
ltlch lltll lump, 2j.
Cheiokeo lump, $2 7j.
runners' lump, $32o. ,
Semi-anthracite lump and egg, J5 0.
nOLEN COAI, COSIPANV.
N, w, cor. 9th and Wyandotte, Tel 611.
Donation Tor Mm, Wllsuu,
A letter wus leeelved by Police Matron
Taggert jesterduy from a writer who had
seen In tho Journal of Sirs, Hlleu Wilson's
destitution und attempted suicide by in.
billing chloroform. I2nclosed was a $1 bill
nnd in the letter the explanation was that
it was for '"poor, unfortuuate Sirs, Will
son," The Utter was not signed.
4 Liquors for Ksnsas,
BhlPDedatlally In secure packages by
0 PP jfconOB I2YSSKI.L,, Druggist.
Pd- wttttiuK raem, Union depot.
' "' i
The rcKon vvity n vvomntt it, nimbi of n won-ie is n jirnfotitul tnylcrj indeed,
it Ins never been ery clearly jitnvrn Hint slie is. Hut sonic vvotiieu are constantly
in sucli n nervous, irritable condition tint the s.liiliest tliinu iimios nml M.trtlei
tlictn. Tlic cause of tliis uiifonm.ite statu of nffniri is usually some functional dp
rntigetticnt; some ciistressiiiK or juitifiil trrct;iil.irily, some derangement or ctili.it
weakness incident to her sex, or, it may be duo to inll.iumiiition, ulceration or
tlisp1nc.ciin.nt, of some of tin: pelvic isccrn, or toother organic lesions itrutinr to
lier sex. l'rotn whichever cause it may nrise, Dr. Tierce's I'nvonlc l'rcscriptioit will
effect a rndicnl cure.
As n sootbiti)j nnd .strcnjlhcniiiL; nervine, " l.'avoritc l'rcscriptioii " is utieounlul
nnrl is invaluable in nllnyini; nnd subduing nervous excitability, irritability,
nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration, listeria, ".pistils nnd other ilistrcssinj;,
nenoin symptoms cotutnonly ntteiidnnt upon fimction.il or orojnni disease
of the womb. It induces refreshing sleep nnd relieves mental anxiety nml
Dr. Tierce, Chief Consulting Phv.sicinit to that model Smitariutu, the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, of lluffalo, N. Y hiving for thirty jears iiinlc n
specialty of the disexscs peculiar to women, prescribes his ' l-'avoritc l'rcscriptioii " in
cases where an invigorating tonic and nervine is required tliat will have a s-pecinl
influence upon the womanly organs. Tor the inflammation and ulceration of the
lining membranes which cause Mich disagreeable nnd exhausting drains uihjii the
system, it is a most potent specific.
"flic " Prescription," if taken during tho period of gestation, ttnkcs rhtltibtith
jy and almost painless, by prcpiring the svstem for delivery, thus shortening
"labor" ns well as the period of confinement. Thus the dnngcr of that trviug
ordeal to both mother anil child may, in great measure, be avoided. The mother is
strengthened and built up, nnd nn abundant secretion of nourishment for the child
promoted. Many thousands of testimonials which Dr. Pierce has icceivcd, verify
and establish these facts.
If you are ailing, nnd dread to consult
stereotyped treatment by "local applications" write Dr. Pierce, or the World's Dis
nensarv Medical Association, of lluffalo. N. Y of which he is President. They wilt
give jou goorl professional advice, without
join self at home.
Mrs Fnrn Hunt, of Glrnittlt, A. 1'., svjs- "1
read about Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription be
ing so good for a vvomau cc ith child, so I got two
umuis ia"i Dcpitiuiicr,
nml December ijth I
hnd n ttvclvc X'ouud
b-l,v drl. When I cens
confined rfr not simi
i any tnll. I did lldl.
suffer auj. piln, nnrl
when the cbildwns born
1 walked into another
room nnd went to bed.
It was verj'cold weather
anil our room vvns verv
cold but 1 did not tnke
nnj colli, and never had
nny aflcr-pairl or nny
uthcr mln It wis nil
chic: to God nnd Doctor
f Pierce's l'avorlte Pre-
I'scrlptlon This is the
eighth living child nnd
Mrs. IIc.nt. lirgest or them all.
I sulTcrerl cverjthing
thit Ilcsh could pnfiVr with the other lrabies. I
always had a doctor and then he could not help
roc very much, but this time mj mother and
lay hiiMnnd were nlcne Willi tue.
My bby wns only evcn days oil when I
got up and dressed and fieft my rseni and
stayed up all dsy."
NORMAL SCHOOL CONTEST.
C'(IT1I()VI2KSV OVhlC STATI2 AMI I'KI.
V.VTI2 INS i Till IONS.
Tho Oiltcomn rromlses to lie of ltencllt
to Until ( I isses Clrelt I.ckIsI l-
tlvu Artlvltj rrriiiit-eil for
tho l'n.Nt lit lc i k
Jefferson ICty Mo , Feb. 11. (Special.)
In the sennto to-d.cj tho bill puttliiK prl
v.ito noim.tl .sebools on a pir, In tho Kriuit
1ns of eertltlcates. with tho state normals,
was leported. This suusests but tho be
Kliuiliis' ot tho ooiuroversj- over this mat
ter. When tho bill comes up for engross
ment amendments will be proposed cieatbiK
a state noim.il board, ot which tho Mate
biiperlntcndcnt and each president ot a
state- normal shall be mcinheis, who bhall
be empowered to IK the Hue of studies
which shall bt taiiKht and thu Krurle which
pupils must obtain to Ki.ul.n.iU-, and fui
tber, that all (uiviite norntals eonformliiK
thereto, their Krarluntes shall bo entitled
to the i-amu iirlvlUKes ns the Ki.uluates of
a state normal. It Is a contest between
tho stitu noi mals und thu private nor
mals. The lesult promises to be of udvuut
atjo to the pupils of each. A laicir and
mote thoioiiKh couri-o of study and a
greater competeinj on the pint of the
KTaduates aro ends for which .MIsourlnns
limj with plutsuio hope. A contest for
siipremnej, which secures rucIi nn objiet,
will prove to he of profit alike to thu
schools and to the hl.ite.
This week promises to bo of nlniost un
exampled leKlslatlvo actlvltj. In tho house
ami In tho senate alike, fellow set v ants
bills nro pendlns which must bu ncterl up
on. Theso occasions piomlso to be In
structive In the study of human nature;
and if labor oiK.inlatfons send some repre
sentatives heio the lobby niaj nt last be
come a ecntei of Inten st. It Is uobiblc
that tho house will pass a str.Usht rallwaj
fellow sci v ants' bill. It is oxceediiiKly uu
ceit.ilu what the -ennto will do. All forts
of Kiiesses are volunteered, but no one
pretends to Know as a matter of certalntj.
That n strong light Is to bo mado upon
tho mllltla bill Is sulllclcntlv evident fiom
tho follow Inu estimate of cost, which
was this mornlns placed upon each mem
l'rovldlnK for the reorganisation and
enulpment of the mllltln:
3,C00 men In camp eight dijs at Jl
per riiy $:s,ono
Oolng to nnrl returning fiopi camp
two da j s ,;.. 7.1VH)
Subklstenee, CO cents or dsjv, ton
Horses for eavaliy nnd nrtlllery .... 12 n.m
Transportation of men ROM
Transportation of horses I.")
This amount of expense each year ls.$ S3,(-ucj
Arms, nnd equipments, tents nnd "'
wimp equip ikp, nt $1.' per mm ,,,.?li7,nno
Uniforms for men, at ?10 per man .... 30iio
In Justice to the friends nt tho hill, It
should bo stated that the above Is probably
a huge overestimate, but If the bill ns
drafted allows tho cxpendltiiio of anything
near the amount of money suggested It
cannot piss, ..,.
Mr. Mlddletnn has prepared a hill which
makes It a misdemeanor for any person
to advertise, cigarettes by tho ua ot undo
or obscene pictures,
h unto I'roeec dings.
In the senate this afternoon very llttlo
work was done. H0m0 bills ,of minor im
portance were read the third tlmo and
passed, but none ot them deserves special
The Hems of greatest Interest were the
Introductions of tlueo election bills two
hy Senator I.ove and a general election
bill by Senntor toman, all purts ot the
comprehensive l.aughlln plan.
Central y to expectation, Kenator Love
did not Introduce "by request." Ho was
somewhat piqued by published repoilb that
ho would not father tho bills and, because
of that pique, he did tho unexpected, lly
so doing he assumes to father thuin In the
senate, , ,
line of the bills Introduced by Senator
I,ovo coveis registrations and the other
deuls with elections proper; Ihey apply to
St. I.ouls. Kiinsos City nnd St. Joseph.
Tho bill Introduced by Senator toman
applies to nil parts of (he state. It pro.
vldes that voters shnll simply cross' those
names for which they desire to vote. It
would enable a voter to cross one or two
names on each of a half dozen tickets and
leuve the remainder ot the ticket un
An Incident which was Intensely amusing
occurred this afternoon lu the house. Sar
tin. of Uenton, had the floor, under the
head of presentation of petitions, und oc
cupied the floor for fully thirty minute,
while tho clerk In slow and voieefu) tones
r0n.l t.arltlAiis which Kartln sent to him.
ImUbs Juat at the next, tsncral election
jour home phjsicinn and sum
unit to the
charge, and will tell jou how to cum
Could Scarcely Crawl About.
Mrs J II, r,ANSiNO,or."7()M Clrn'ilatls, S.ir
atoza ceurrv, jV. ', writes; "After my third
child wns born, I barely gained -arcugth
cuoupu in iwo jcirs'
time, so ni to be nble
to crnul nbout to ac
complish the little
housework tint I lnd
to do, and tint only by
ljlug down to rest
lnanj times each daj :
had sick; hndiche v cry
often, tninj' nllis and
aches all the time. Af
ter I lnd liken one
bottle of our Tavor
ile Prescriirlion I could
see a greit change lu
mj strength and less
sick hcarhclres Con
tinued taking the incd
icinc until 1 hid taki n
seven liottlcs of the Ta
vorite' nnrl one of the
'Rnldeii Mrrilcal Ills.
coverj.' I iin now nble to do housework for mj
sclf nnd husband mil two children, aged nine
nnrl fice I ilso tike ilrcssmaking nnrl enjoy
walking a mile at a time, when I can hnve the
time to do so 1 am sure it was all due Io I)r
Pierce's l'lvorite Prescription as I know I was
failing fast before I commenced to take it."
nn ninenilinent tn the constitution be sub
mitted striking the word "male" from tho
constitution. Members becniuc tired of tho
seeinlnglj never erasing How of petitions
and j'ctled Io the ohulr for ir cognition, and
some of them wanted Mr. Sartlu to send
all of the petitions In at once Hut ho
would not, nnd one bj one ho slowlv sent
them to the clerk Confusion ceased and
tho rending continued At Inst the leading
wns finished and tho house breathed easier.
Mr. K.utln had cnt In llftj-ono petitions
from llftj-one counties nitil the total num.
her of petitioners was Just 7,rs" male and
female, it is verj evnlint that the women
Miltrnglsts In Missouri succeeded In ndver
tlslng themselves to-daj
The entire nftcrnoon, after the morning
hour, was consumed in a free foi all de
bate upon Mr. Murriv's bill, which pro
vides for n hcpir.itlon of the ngrlcuttmnl
college at Columbia from tho slate unl
voisltj. It Is a question dear to many
hearts and will bo a haul light,
.hhi nihil 'Not, s.
The Iteptibllcnns of tho house had i
canons tn-nlght. It wis agreed that the
Tatuin election bill should bo given tho
right of wnj nnrl that on hehnlf of the
majorltj' Mr. Tatuin should Introduce such
amendments as nre deriwd necessarj It
will bo cilled nn to-morrow. If the ngrlrul
tur.il college bill Is gotten out of the wnj,
Of this latter no mention was made The
Intention Is to let It piss or fall, as tho
majority of menibeis aside from politic!
The house committee on Jurlspiudeneo
has prep tied a substitute for Divldi-on's
lijpnotlsm bill, ptovlding Hint It shnll be
unlawful foi anyone to pi notice hj'pnotlsiu
except u phjslclin for the healing of dis
ease or tho alleviation of pain.
Senile committer! on corporations will
report to-iuoirow a substitute for nil trills
Introducer) lelillng to building and loin
associations. The bill pi ov Ides for tho
Pluolni- of nil such .nmpnules under tho
supervision of the Insurance department,
and makes the superintendent of lnsiiianee
e-olIlclo supervisor of building nnd loin
associations The companies nro tn bo In
spected twice each jenr, statements ot
condition of companies are to bo publish
ed and full authority Is given to Inspect
and close out nnj companj' doing an nn
snfo or Illegal business. The bill will penult
most nnj manner of conducting nn asso
ciation and jet will uroWrle safeguards by
Which tho peoplo will bo protected. It Is
regarded as a good bill on the subject and
llttlo doubt Is expressed of Its passage.
wnTtm-i or STOCKlIOI.imUS' MI212T.
1NC1 Notice Is heieby given that tho an
nual meeting of thu stockholders of tho
Union National bank, of Knnsns City, Mo ,
will bo behl nt Its banking liuusn, nt thu
southeast corner of t'th and Main ntreets,
in tho f'lty f Kansas, on Tuesday, Kcb.
ruary W. 13, betwnon tho hours of 10
o'clock a. m. and t o'clock p. m on said
day. for the puipnso nf electing directors
for tho ensuing j ear. lly order of board of
directors UAVID T I112AI.S. l'rcsldoiit.
OIIA8 II. V. I.r.WIS. Cashlor.
Kansas cuy. aiu . jan. ia. ictfj.
In'iiTM'12 OP Mr.I3TI.Nfl OP niUKPT
oil, Notice Is hereby given that tho dliect
ors of tho Kansas City & Atlintlo Itallioid
Company will hold u meeting, ns required
by tho statutes of tho state of Missouri, nt
tho olllces of snld companj, rooms JS'os, 315
and 3P1 Telephone building, northwest coi
ner of Sixth iiml Wl mulatto streets, lu
Knnsns Cltj. Mlssouil, on Tuesrlaj-.the IJth
duy .of .March, IMto, nt 0 o'clock n. m. of
paid day, for thu transaction of such busl
ness as may properly como before them.
TI112011OII12 '. HATI3S. I'losldcnt.
rUA.NCIS AMOI1V, Secretary,
I'HOM son V. I)th to EOS Walnut. TUB
12C1N12W 1IICYCM3 CO.
JU3AI, USTATC 'I llA2iSrKU3.
NOIIMAN X. ltcilli'UTSON.proprletors ot
abstracts unJ cxuinlners of laud titles. No.
Iti 2at,t Sixth s' t. furnish Uully tlw
transfers of teal ita tiled In tho lecord-ci-u
oillco ut Kunti s City, Mo.
Notice All trant urs appearing In our
dally reports conta n ocenunts ot central
wuirnnty unless ot i vvi m ttated.
Pebiiuuy 11. , ,
John llutner et n to .".rtliur Nel-
. ... ...... it .....I 1w l.ln. Lr A 1 !..
wood Avenue uridluun ,...,, ?
Walker Cow held to St Clair I.ind:
lots '.0 ami :l, hi ick 1, 21Iount
IJvunston ,...,. . ,
A. il. Davis to Maiy Stone; lot 10,
II. M. Snyder and, wife tQWesIe;
Keereri lot ami part ui 101
Cowherd's Vine Street addition,
ind part of lot
Charles Osborne and "'e.'o W. W.
Davis; lot 11. block 2. 1-lonrnoy's
n.lilltlnn ... ........
Sidney V. Woody and wlfo tu M. V.
I Kellur; lots a, and 11, block 1,
I .VYUUcroui, fiavu ,i.viii"w
WANTI2D-Men to ndverUse our None
Htli h Pollslilng I'asle nnd other specl ti
tles: Inck slciis on r nm. buildings! place
rnmples, orders, etc i silirv Jj ici week,
11 per daj nllowerl for expenses, no ran
vnsslngj send 3j nuts fur sample box.con
tract, ele. .None-Such Specialty Company,
Whllo Hall, Wis,
VANTi:i)-lteciuils for tlm light artil
lery service I' H unnv Men of good
rlinrnrtt-r, henlth nml Imlills. Intwitn tho
nges or SI utirl ai jrnrs Apply lit Until
nlnut, KriiiciH I'lij. Mo, In person or by
letter for Information
UANTliD riist-rhss experienced whole
sale Inn nens nnd i.ldlcrj salcsmin, no
other need npplj. H W, cor. 3d nnd Del
aware. WANTllD Immedlntelyj three news
ngnns on railroad, Call on nouthern It ill
way News Company, I0IS Unlo'i nve.
XV AN1 l2ll-Pt:itAI,l: III2I.I".
WAN'I I1D I.ndles to do fancy work nt
home: t'l io Mu; steady work; no
ennvifslng! send stamp. Dclray Needle
work Co , Delray, Mich,
, WANTI2D-A while ).lrl roi genei.il
housework, 3 in family, skis Orovo nt
CANADIAN 12Ml'l.oyMI2N'T OPPICll,
nnd riirnlshed Itooms, I0I'4 12. 12th, cnr.
Walnut. Tel 11T. The best nlneo 111 1C. C,
Mo, to ilnrl liclp or situations, main or
female, II jiars' expeilrnce. lief, omahn
Nut. bank, Oinnlui; Cltlitens' bank, K. C.
WANTI2D Agents In every slate on fab
nry nn I conitnlsijn Agents making Si; to
J."0 wreklj. 12ureka Chtmlenl nnd Mfg. Co.,
l.i Crosse, Wis.
TO II12XT IIOl'SP.H.
TO HUNT A nice three room dwelling,
only four blocks from Minnesota nnd
within one block of two street ear linos,
('nil ut the Journal branch ulllce, lu the
Chamber of Commerce bldr.
TO 1U2.NT The most dc'lrnhle ll-room
bouse lu the cltj , steum bent, south front,
close In. Houthwlek, 101 New York Life
TO itK.NT ItOOSIS.
TO 11I2NT One elegant oillco room nnd
one suite In the Journal bide. Kent rea
Fonnble. Apply to tho Journal Co.
TO KI2NT Suite of two nlr el furnished
front looms; ilist-class boaid, steam heat,
too Purest avenue.
to ni2.vr misuji.i,a.m:ous.
TO I1I2NT Klegant olllces In the Journal
bltlg. nt rcnsunnule rates. Apply to tho
ItO.MJY TO I.OAX.
PAII.M LOANS Northern Missouri nnd
I3istern Kansas, with life Insurance, In nn
olrl (stubllshed rompinj , r, to tj per cent nn
niinl inteiest, without life Insurance, higher
lutes, privilege paving pait oi entire loin
nt nnv time JA.M12S L. LOMIIAHI), over
Plrst Nifl bunk
KANSAS City loans Jl.iHiil irnrl upwards,
nnd farm loins within loij miles, foi sale;
the safest Invr stmciit foi local Investors;
inte, r to 7 pel cent Interest. .1AMI2S L.
LOMIIAIID, over Plist Nafl bank
B AND C IT21t CI3NT money on business,
residence nnrl farm property; unusually fa
vorable terms. Applj to Homer Iteetl or
Theo Nash.lCet! Hroiilwny, op Coates liouso
KANSAS City linior.rl business piop.
ertj, lirgo lonn, f. In C'i per cent: res.
deuce piopertv. il to r.ij pi r cent .IAMI2S
1. LOMIlWtl), over Pirt NlU'l bank
roKTUAIT AOI2NTS AND AllTISTS
.1 12 Tajloi will now be found with thu
T.tjloi I'orlialt Companj at 110 12ast i;th
st , and wouM be pleasr il to see nnrl heir
from nil his old friends und nitrons. Tills
111 m carries a complete lino of the latest
designs In ft lines lu connection with their
poitialt woik Artists should bj" all means
tij their P.leilile Light Pilnts Thev of
fei ypcil.il Inducements to agents Write
foi pi be list and fiuiuu ciatitloguo.
TO CONTRACTORS Wo hive some second-hand
' I tn h and ii Inch steel rope. In
Ilrst-cl-ss conrllllon, which we will tell nt
re isnnable tlgures We have two pieces of
the " Inch rope ISO feet In length, one ile.
of the n, inch rope "20O feet In length nnd a
few phces from ..0 lo 10 feet long This rope
will hi, found to be verj suitable anil de
flrnble for contractors for use- on their
derricks, etc etc
TUP, JOURNAL COMPANY
CHAS K. TOWT. JOHN II. TOOT,
President. Vlcu l'resldent-
13. L. IIARIIIS,
.MIDLAND TRANSP13R CO. Freight
and baggnge tranfened to nnd from nil
depots Purnltiire moved nnrl pneked by
experts 407 and 401 Wyandotte- St., Kan
pas City, Mo Tel 1517
roil S I-I3 XII-sr-III.I.AMlUUH.
POIt SVLIl Stock of liooks nnd station
ery for s lie or r v bnngo at lielnlt, Kris j
big business; gieit bargilu. Ad liess It.
Porter. S illm, Kns
POR SALI2 OR TRADII At it rllscount,
in sbari's stock of Creel Lumber Co, Ad
dress , siti, Jiiiirnal olllee
Two different committees appointed by
tho United Stales government declilril the
Whorrtll Cure for liiebiletj to be the best,
don't allow join selves to be ca'oled Into
pajlng JK"i or more for a euic, when vou
can get the Wherrell Cure for $V3 710 Wy
11PSINI3SS CIIA.NCI3 Wanted Threo
gornl biislmsK joiiiii incu bnvlng a cnpltal
of live ($",)) thousand doll us each to
tako an active part In an established busi
ness; no debts, leteiei.ces iequlrcd. Ad
dress V. S10, Journal oillco.
SArnS opened nnd repaired, bought and
rnld. Combination loiks cleamd und
changed II. HAItlllOAN, 12xpert,
Telephnno ISsI Id 12ast Tenth St.
a ill vri:it.
CALL nt P. M Ilo Uord'H Mammoth
Wall Paper bleuo und inspect Ills stock bu
foro buying. Just lueoivtd nlno cailoads,
all giailes, tho cheapest tu thu Uncut. 11U
IUj Walnut St.
HAVI2 NP.W and safe bullillng for fur
liltuio storage. Advonees madu; packing
and shliiplng done. JOHN A. I2A.M12S,
Managei, bos Walnut st.
rRItSO.NAI, Will any one knowing any
thing of tho where iboiits of Harry V. S,
Pieeman pleiso liifonu ills sitter, Mrs. J.
W. Cotlliighum, Deshler. O.
nia.hii ci:i;i:k coal,
J.Ti'i during tho wur, ('lean, pure coal, ex
celled by urine: wo hold our trarlo bv giving
nitlsfactlon. Oillco Am, Ilk, Ti I. SW1,
To save tlmo ami obtain lino results, use
our Ploetrio Light prlntH. TAYLOR I'OIl
TltAlT CO., 110 12. l.lh st.
MRS. L. JAMI33, tho well know clair
voyant and franco medium, may be con
suited at 1M cirund uve.; parlors 33 and 10.
milk or cream, go to McCllulock's reiluu
ract. C20 Walnut street.
UOllSl'S AND VBUICL12!.
IIORS12S wintered 13 per month, s nt for
and returned. MARK S. SALISBURY
Jnaeosndsuve, l .
WIII2III2AM. WIIIHnt W. Perkins and
llelle." M. .Perkins, his wife, gruilors, by
their deed of truivt ilited the seventeenth
ilny of April, eighteen hutnlroil nnd lilnctj,
revorded In Mm ,,,n. rt nt the ncnrdpr of
deeds of Jnckon countj, MlMOiirl, nt Kan
mis City, on the rMinrt dale', In book II 111,
1'igc-H ivu iu in,, both inclusive, coinejru
to Jefferson Ilrmnhi. k, the following de
scribed I ind In Kansas City, Jackson coun
ty, MMsourl, to-wlt! A part of the land
coin eyed to Duilcl !.. Shotiso by "llioinsoij
McD.uiiel nnd wire In deed dated
July 1, iwo recorded in book Y, page Wl, lu
the recorder's olllee ot .la. ksun countv,
.Missouri, thus bounded, vU.i llegllinltiK
on the cist line of Main ntreet, In the City
of Kuiin, lit a point which Is tho west
end of t,L. middle line ., of the
coulh stone foundation wall of a
certnln three story brick slore
building, erected by Anna Conncllv, nnd In
bet posse,. ion till she eonvejed the prop
city by died dated Pcbriinry Is, 1S7I, to
Harmon Ilrowii; thence cislerly nloni
inlildle lb,,. 0f mlc, foundation wall and
prolongation of such middle line tu the
west line of the alley lu block eight t. I
McJinlei' addition to snld Pity of Knn
fun: thence north nlong such nllej to n
point which shall be In n prolongation "f
the ;mlddl,. lino of tho north foundation
wall of said Ihreu story brick bulldliig. so
erected bv said .vniin Conncllyithcuco vve-t
wanllj fiom tstidi point tn the east end
of said middle lino of snld north found v
tloti wnll: nnd thence westerly along the
middle Hue of fald north foundation wnll
to the cast lino of said Main street, anil
thence southerly to the place of bcglt'lilug,
being n lot of land supposed to have a front
of tneiitj -three nnd eight-twelfths (-'3s 1-1
feet on Main street, und commonly known
and designated ns lot number ccv
''. (7)'. " Itloek eight S). In
McD.inlel's ndJIllon to the City ot
Knnsns, except so much of said lot neven
(0 ns lies south of the mlddlo lino of nld
spilth foundation wnll und the prolongation
thereof, the laud conveyed by said deed of
trust being same eonvejed by following
deeds, recorded In said recorder's olllee,
tri'Wlt: Deed to Anna Connellv. bonk si
page 131: deed dated Aurnst .11, lr7l, to said
Anni Conncllj. book '.', tnge 213: deed
dated IV binary !, 1S7I, to Harmon llrovvn,
book It 7, page fiJI. and cotivej-ance Is sub
ject to nrty wall contiact mentlmicd In
ir"'''' deeds, nnd also thnt of Janinrv 0,
ISS-, book II S), page 2eN, nnrl being the name
land conveved to Wllllim W Perkins by
.liinies I". Conover and C.rorge 11. Coiuiver
ami their wives by deed dated the stli day
or June, ls!7, ree-eirdoit In book 11 niinibei
--. pigc i"sS, all lights under uiiv and nil
Prtywall contracts affecting said laud, anil
all lights concerning pirtv walls sllpu
litcrl In any ,,eil convevlng s ild I mil
nil rights under nn nnd nil lenses of said
land being by H ild deed of liust assigned
to said llriimb.tek, and nil said hind nml
lights being by snld deed of trust coin cj id
tn secure p.ijmcnt of certain promissory
notes In said deed of titlst described;
nnd, whereas default wus made In the pay
ment when rlue of the Interest notes matur
ing forty-eight months nnd llftv-four
mollis after clnte, lu said deed of trust de
scribed, und there now remains due and
impild the whole of said llftj-four months
Interest note, nml there has been paid on
said forty-lght months' Interest notn only
the following amounts: Two doll us und
sevenly-sK cents nt matnrllj : MX), Juno
1.'. lsii. and $r,o, July is, lsil, the balance
of that note being duo nnd unpaid; now,
therefore, nt the jequest ot the owner
nnd holder of said due nnd unpaid note",
ami of the other notes secured by said
deed, maturing thereafter (the notes ma
turing before slid defaulted notes having
been paid), notice Is hereby given that
j-nld liriimhick will, ns Mich trustee, un
der the power lu s.ild deed of trust, pinceeil
to sell the property nnrl rights heiclnbefore
describe.!, nnrl by s ilrl rleed convejcil anil
any and every part thereor, at public
vendue, to the highest bidder, at the court
housu door, In thu City of Knnsns (now
called Kansas City), In the county of Jack
son aforesild, f01 cish, 0ii Pridij, the
tlfteenth ilny of .March, eighteen hundred
and nlnety-tlve, between the hours of nine
ei clock In the forenoon and live o'clock In
the afternoon, to pnj tho bilance due on
slid defaulted notes, nnd the costs nnd
expenses of executing snld trust, Includ
ing compensation Io the trustci) for bis
services, nnd out of the Tmlnnro of pro
ceeds, to pnj, as provided In said deed of
trust, tho piinclpnl notn described therein,
with Interest not Included in Interest notes
maturing before that, the court house door
at which such silo will ue made, being
the -south flout door of the court house
building In Kansas Cltv Jackson countv,
Missouri, on the block ot ground bounded
by I Ifth Htre-et, Oak street, -Missouri ave
nue nml Locust street, In which building
the circuit court of Jackson county, MIs-i-oiirl,
nt Kunsis Cltj, will be held, or
might lawfully be held if In session, at the
lime of sale, and at which door the sin rllt
usually Mils 1 ind on execution from said
JI2PP12RSON HKUMHACK. Trustee.
TRP.STr.Il'S SALI2-Wherens,Carollne L.
Knvser and Gustav A. K.ijser, her hus
band, by their deed of trust, d lted tho
.'tali day of Julj, 1M, anil recorded in tho
olllee of the reeurdr r of deeds In Jackson
county, Mlstourl, nt Kansas City, in book
It rti7, nt page 21), did convey to tho under
signed trustee thu following described icnl
estate, situated In the countj of Jackson
and stnte of Missouri, to-wit: Lot num
bered three (3), in block numbered seventj
nlno (79). In 12.1st Knnsis, an addition to the
City of Knnsis, now Kansas City, In trust
to secure tho pnjment of tho promlssoiy
note In said deed described, with interest
as therein described, and also the payment
ns therein described of certnln dues nnd
lines ns therein set forth; nnrl, whereas,
default wns mndo In thn pajincnt of tho
Interest as therein dprtlhed, ns well as of
the dues nnd tines aforesild, for the period
of moro than six months nfler the slid
dues, lines and Inteiest became duo nnd
pajitble, by reason whereof, under the pro.
visions of snld deed of trust, the snld note
hns nl?o become due nnd pnj-nhle nnd the
i-nme, together with snld dues, lines nnd
Interest, rennln duo nnd unpaid: now,
there fore, nt the request of the lig.il holder
of snld note nnd In nroordaneo with the
provisions nf snld deed of trust. I, as snld
trustee, will nn Thursday, tho 2Sth day of
Pebrunrj, ISO",, between thn hours of nlno
o'clock n, m. nnd five o'clock p m , nt tho
south front door of the county court hou-i
In Knnns Cltj, Jackson countj. Missouri,
exposo to pnlo nnd sell to the highest bid
der, for cash, thn nbove described renl es.
tnte at publlo x endue to intlsfv Mm dent
aforesaid and the costs nf this trust
JAMI2S SCAMMO.N, Trustee.
TRUSTI313'S SALH-Whereas, default his
been innde In the pument of the two cer
tain negotiable promissory notes nnd Inter
est thereon described In the deed of trust
made by Richard II, Weller nnd Lettls
Woller. his wife, dnted February Sth, 1M7,
filed for record In the ofllco of the recorder
of deeds In and for Jackson countj, Mls
tourl nt Knnsns Cltj. Missouri, rebrunrv
fth. 1SS7, and recorded In bonk It No ?)7,
nt pago 1S1, I will. In nccordince vvllh thn
terms, of said deed of trust, at the request
of the legal owner and holder of snld notes,
proceed to sell the real estate In snld rleed
of trust described, situate In tho County
nf Jackson, In tho Rtato of Missouri viz.:
All nf the south hnlf of tho sotithw est quar
ter of section twenty-four (21), In township
fortl-nlne (49). In range thlrty-threo (31), in
Jackson county (except thit portion there
of taken nnd conveyed for railway tracks
nnd purpose), the lnnd In sild deed of
trust described being seven tj-tlv and on.
hnlf (751,11 acres at public vendue, to the
highest bidder, at tho court house door. In
the City of Knnsns (now Knnsns City. Mis.
rourl). being the Booth front door nf the
Jackson countv court house, In Knnsis
City, In the county of Jackson, state afore
enld, for cash, on Tuesday, Pehruarv 12th,
1803, between the hours of nine o'clock In
tho forenoon nnd Ave o'clock lir the nftcr
noon of thnt dnj, In sitlsfy nnd piy sail
notes nnd Interest nnd the cost of executing
this trust. IinNRY N, ESS, Trustee
THUSTKITS 8I,12-Ily reason of default
In tho payment of tho principal note, de.
scribed In n deed of trust made by Charles
1'. Deatherage ind Pllznbeth M, Deather
ago, his wife, dated tho 12lh day of June.
1SV). and recorded on the 10th dav of June.
IfSO, in hook 1! 3I nt pnge 431. in tho of.
lice of thn recorder of deeds for Jnckinn
county, Missouri, nt Kansas Cltv, I will
by virtue af the premises nnd of the power
In mo vested bv snld deed nf trust, nnd nt
tho request of the legal holder nf snld note,
proceed to sell nil of lot numbered 13. in
block numbered 4. In McKlnney heights,
nn nrtdltlon to Kansas City. Jnckson coun
ty, Missouri, ns shown by the recorded nlat
of said ndditlon. at the south front door
of the court house In Kansas Cltj-. between
the hours of ! .--'clock In the forenoon nnd
6 o'clock In thn nftcrnoon, on Thursday,
tho 21st day of Pebrimrv 1S33. at publlo
vendue, to the highest bidder, for rash,
for the purpot l nnilng sild note and the
cast of executing this trust
A. A TOMLiNrVW, Trustee.
Kansas City, J4n'y 20th, WW.
NOTICE! TO lUHDOn PONTItACTOHS
Tho undersigned, by order of tho county
court, will on Tuesdaj. February 2". 1801. at
two o'clock on that daj, at tho east door
of court house. In Kansas City, Mlssouil let
by publlo outcry, to tho lowest responsible
bidder (subject to the approval of the
county court), tho building of one stone
culvert In Sec. 22, Twp. IS, tier. 33.
Specifications for the sumo may be seen at
thu county surveyor's o.llce, in the) court
house, Kansas City. Mo.
FRANK J. O'PLAlinUTY,
County Surveyor and Road Commissioner.
riiurt 2-fe.hxiiarit L. Usu
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TRPSI?I-r2Ss7irnV'bTrcas John II.
North nnd P.innlo .M. North, his wife, by
llulr rlred of ti ust tinted tho 6th 'lay of
December, lvn, and iccorrled on tho 13tli
ilny or Diccinbci, 1S00, In book II No. 110,
ut p.igo -liio, Jml.son county, .Missouri, lec
cuds nt Kansas Cltj. convejeri to tho un
dersigned ns trustee, tho following de
scribed ie.il estnto situate lu tho county
of Jackson nnd statu of Mlsuouil, to-wit:
Lot numbered six (D nnd tho south seven
(7) feet of lot numbered five CO. In block
numbeied two (2), and ots numbered thir
teen (13). fourteen (11) und ilfteeu (15), In
block numbered onu (1), of McLovv nnrl
Wnlloj'b icsurvey of blocks ono (1) nml
two t.'), of Ilrookljn heights, an nrldltloii
to tho City of Kansas', now Knnsns City,
ns snlrl lots aro marked nnd designated on
thn recorded nlat of said rcsurvej, which
said ennvej-nnoo was mndo to see-urn th"
pnjment of tho principal und Interest
notes In fnld deed described, nnd whereas,
default lias been mmln l.i tho p ij mom ot
a pnrt of (.ild principal note, which is now
past duo und remains unpahl, now, thern
fore, publlo notice Is hiiobj given that I.
tho undersigned trustee, ut lh rceiuest ot
thn legal holder nnd owner of Mild note,
nnd 111 acconlnnen with tho tnrma of Mil
deed nf trust, will, on Saturday, tho lGth
day of 1'ebru.irj. IfS'. between tho hour I
of nlno o'clock in tho forenoon nnrl llvo
o'clock In tho ntternoon of that rlnj. nt
tlm west door of thn Pulled States post
olllce building, In Kansas CltJ. Jackson
countj, nfoiesnld. proeerrl to Fell, nnrl sell,
tho nliovti descrlberl real estnto, at rubllii
vendue, lo thu hlghe-st hldilei, tor cash,
to piy off ami satisfy tho Kilanco of sabt
noti', tho Interest thereon nnd thn costs ot
ctooutlng this mist. S. T. I'LATT,
.inn .'-'ii is" rrnsiee
TRPST13PB SAL13 Uy reason ot default
111 the pajiuunt ot a prlnelpil promissory
nolo nnd the list maturing Interest note,
descrlberl In a deed of trust, executed by
vvillllllll ii. i.-1-..vtia, iiiiiiiiii.'ii, en me- on
rlerslEiierl tiiiktee, rlited January 10th.
WW, llled for record .Innunry Jlst. 1S1). In
the olllcu of tho recorder of deeds for Jack
ton county, Missouri, In book II COD nt pag,
ni, T iI.a ,.il ( rull',ifi.l Iri.Dlrn ..III ..t.w
o'eloeit in in" iiiiiiii.Miii. ii inc purpose or
satlsfjlng thn said Indebtedness nnd tho
nsl of executing this trust
WHIPPI-P- LOAN AND TRUST COVf.
PANY. Trustee, by A. A. WIIIPPLU. Its
TltUSri3l2'S 8AM? Uy renson of default
In the pajmeiit of the prlnelpil note, do.
scribed In n deed of trust mule by Charles
1'. Deatherage and I3IUibelli M. Heather-age-,
his wlfu. rlited the l-'lh day of June.
1SS9. and recorded on the IDth day of June,
1SW in book U 31', ntpage 11? In the of.
lice of tho recorder of deeds for Jneksnn
county, Missouri, at Kansas Cltv, 1 will,
by virtue of tho premises nnd of tho power
In mo vested by said deed of trust, nnd nt
tho lequcst of the legal holder of said note,
proceed to sell a I of lot numbered l. in
block numbered I. lu Molvhiney heights,
un addition lo Knnsns CltJ. Jackson coun
ty Mis.ourl as shown hy the recorded plit
of snld addition, at the south front door
of the court house In Kansas Cltj. between
the hours of 9 o'clock III tho forenoon ami
6 o'clock In lh afternoon, on Thursday,
the 21st day of I'ebriiarv. ISO!, nt publlq
vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash,
for tho purpose of pnj ing said note and tho
cost of executing this trust.
co l A. A TOMMNSON, Trustee.
Tfnnsn City. Jnn'v 'Mlh 1593
T RUbTI2l3'S SALI2By reason of default
In tlic payment ot tha principal note, de.
sc.lbed lu a deed of trust made by Cal.
vert U Hunt and 12ya C. Hunt,
his wife, dated the 12th .day of June,
16S9, and recorded on the 19lh duy of June.
168S, In book U 319, at page CH. in the of.
lice of the recorder of deeds for Jackson
county. Missouri, at .Kansas Cltj. I villi,
by virtue of the premises and of the power
In me listed by said fUedpr trust, and nt
the it-quest of the legal holder of said note,
proced to sell all of lot numbersd 12. In
block numbered, 0 in McKlnney heights,
an addition to Kinsas City. Jackson coun.
ty. Missouri. n shown by the recoideel plat
of said addition, at the south front door
of the court house in Kantas City, between
tho hours of 9 o clock In the forenoon and
t o'clock in the aftarnoon, on Thursday,
the 21st day of Pebruary. 1895, at publlo
vendue, to the highest bidder, for rash,
for the purpose of paying said not and tha
cost of executing this trust.
A. A TOMMNbon, Trustee,
Kabiaj City, Jaa'y ith. 1S593.' '
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etner, Co.Sp ,v I'ueWo 10.W.1 ,! ft ill. m
Wlelilti I.T A.I LWorih cP ui.ijn v t 4V i m
.MiSSOtllll llArlWII! It ll-n.' .'. .."' u
biiant to the terms of s-iid deed of mist,
and at the request of the legal holder ot
said nntris. ce-li at publlo undue, to thn
highest indent, mr c-asn, an ot lot number
four (I), In bloca number two (2) In T, A.
Smart's addition to tho Cltj of Kansas,
now called Kausis Cltv. Jackson countj.
Missouri, nt tin west door of the Pnltet
O... ...lutl.M. llllllSr fll IllA MnllllteC rt..P.
nor of Ninth and Wnlnut i-trcets, In Kansas
city, Jiekson county Missouri, on the 22ml
diy ot rebiinrj. 1S1", between the hours
of nine o'clock In the forenoon nnd llv