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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY. FEmiUAltY lfl. 1805.
Flva thousand customer have purchased
goods of, us during the pat year, hut wo
never sold goods, nt the nrlcen wo nro now
selling nt All lines reduced. GO per rent!
fit guaranteed. PantsMnade In nve hours
after leaving your .measure, Putnam
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A MIRAGE OF MURDER.
Tlin Strange Happening In Nn. 1.11.1 Pu
Pacific street Marti In the slums, nnd
tuns across the city. The highest number
upon It Is JCM, and the house with which
this narrative denls In No. 1113. It stands,
therefore, exactly hnlf way between the
abodes of poverty and wealth. At the
time of the occurrence herein lo be related
It was, kept as n lodging and hoarding
place "for men by .Mrs. James l'rowltt,
whose long experience had made her keen
and wary. -,-Hcr guests wero of all clashes
and descriptions, men rising from the
lower Mrect frequently meeting nt hex
table those who were descending from the
gentility of tho avenue.
One October mornltiK n young man ap
plied to her for n room. She sot her little
pray eyes sharply upon him, as was her
habit, but saw nothing Out of the common
place. 8he always divided her patron In
to three classes those coming up fiom
near the bay, those sinking from the r.ve
mie, nnd the stationary middle rlass. She
shrowdly placed this one among II o tec
ond class, but that mado little dlffirfr.ee
to her. lie was medium In slue, w th a
frank face unit manner which pave her the
Impression that ho knew what ha whs
about, and was! exceedingly wlde-nwaKc In
doing It. He said be wns a traveling mnn,
could furnish Rood refeiences nnd save bis
name as Henry Mtilford.
"My thlrd-tloor front room Is vacant."
Mrs. l'rowltt said, "but I usually ret lif
tcen dollars n month for It."
"That Is entirely satisfactory lo me,"
Mulford replied. "The price Is nothing to
me, although 1 shnll not occupy the room
more than one night a month. lV.it I thiill
want It kept ready for me, though you are
at liberty to use It any nlitlit, provided
you do not receive word of my coming Im
for (1 o'clock. I shall pay you In advance,
pending you yoilr money by mail on the
last of each month." He drew out bis
purse, counted fifteen dollars upon his
knee, and added, "Here Is tho first month's
rent, provided you shall lit mo have the
Mrs. Prnwltt was too 'trim to let such a
chance slip, nnil she quickly Closed the
transaction. Her requirement of rt fer
ences had nlwnys been a mere form often
a ruso to get rid of an unpromising appli
cant. She did not, therefore, ask Mulford
for hi", considering his money Rulllclcnt In
dorsement. "It Is probable," said Mulford, ns ho de
livered the money and rose to leave, "that
1 shall not renppcur for several months,
and If you do not receive fifteen dollars
from me near the first of any month, ou
will be at liberty to rent the room. 1: Is
likely that I may send some one occ.ilon
tilly to occupy the. room, but ho will al
ways bring a note from me."
This piece of luck was too good for Mrs.
Prowltt to keep to herself, and It was soon
a matter for general discussion around her
tables. A man who could altord to pay for
a loom without occupying It wns it rarity
at No. 4313, and Mulford became a mystery.
The first month passed, nnd tho third-floor
front was unoccupied, except when Mrs.
l'rowltt quartered a transient. On the last
dav of this month, a registered letter was
delivered to her, from which she drew
three crisp five dollar bills nnd a note from
Mulford stating that he would soon send
n friend to tnke possession of the room.
Hut when this and several more months
passed without sign or representative of
MUlt'ord than tho regular letters Inclosing
the bills, the.r'entnl of the upper chamber
became a sensation.
At last, however, one early December
afternoon n little old man appeared, bring
ing from Mulford n note which stated his
wish that Mrs. l'rowltt would placo In his
room tho article that the bearer would de
liver, and to have the npartment kett
ready for occupancy. The Httlo old man
was quite odd. Ho was much bent nnd
very gray. Ills left eye was blind: .hut tho
right, restless and twinkling, together with
bis whole countenance, made Mrs. l'rowltt
think ho could tell a great ileal. It so mind
cd. Ho wns not so minded, however, una
her questions elicited only amusement, to
which his blindness lent the appearance of
Tho article ho brought was a largo three
fold, Japanese screen, highly decorated
with gilt birds, reptiles, nnd unlmnls dis
porting themselves on a sabla ground.
After tho Httlo old man bad gone, nnd
Mrs. l'rowltt bad set the Fcreen In Mul
ford's room, she went down to tho tables
to express her opinion Hint a Japanese
screen was n queer article for a young man
to send, and tho boarders agreed with her
so strongly ns to repair to the. upnrtmcnt
to Inspect It. The screen wns ordinary,
vet extraordinary, and curiosity played
about tho bamboo frame ns whimsically
ns tho golden decorations within It. A
hatched, or a trunk, or even a chair would
have aroused simple expectntlon; but a
Japanese screen, though not uncommon
In a bedroom, suggested something so de
cidedly out of tho cominonplnco that Mul
ford'a advent was nvnlted with lively In
terest. A week passed, however; and,
though Mrs. l'rowltt kept gas burning In
th ovcnlngs, had fresh water put dally
Into the pitcher, nnd hung clean towels
upon tho rack, neither Mulford nor his
For twelve days she bad these prepara
tions made: but upon the thirteenth Mill
ford's friend came. It wns half-past S
when the maid admitted him to tho par
lor. At this hour nil the lodgers wero out
pursuing their various evening pastimes,
except John Ilaylor, who was practicing
upon bis clarionet in his sceotul-tloor room.
Mrs. l'rowltt went to the parlor, expecting
to And a young man of about Mulford's
nge, but she was surprised lo see a gentle
man of probably 01. lie was, however, well
preserved and active, and wns dressed -very
much better than any one sho bad ever
lodged. There was an unmlstakablo air of
the avenue about htm that Set Mrs. l'row
ltt to thinking sho had seen him before,
nnd to wondering where It had been. Ho
carried a bulging blun bag of heavy ma
terial, nnd his whrJe bearing nnd appear
mice, wore thoso of a busy lawyer. Mrs.
Prowltt made these observations distinctly,
as was her habit: but later occunonces In
dented them In her mind, In relating ex
actly how the old lawyer enteied tho par
lor, how ho talked, and In describing him,
he always had dilllculty putting one fact
Into words. ... , , .., ,
"Somehow," she always said, "ho mado
mo creep. Ho sat right In front of mo
and ho seemed to 1 thero like nny other
man, but there was something or other
about him that made him seem unreal, a
kind of a s tango shadow of a rich old
mnn I had seen upon tho avenue. His
ciiee inn uniitirleil kind of unnatural:
something like nn echo of a real volco
(peaking away oft somewhere. I thought
t tirst mat no was iuu iii'-ih iu.um.-,,
,ii. tlin mnrn T looked at Mill, tile IllOrO
plainly I saw that thero was something
about him I could not explain, nnd can't
Ha gave hor a unto In Mulford's hand,
merely Introducing him us tho friend who
desired to occupy his room for the night,
nnd ho would consider It a favor If Mrs.
Prowltt would mnlte him comfortable and
let him have nil ho might wish.
"Is thero nnythlng you want me partlou
larly to do?" Mrs. l'rowltt nsked him, She
1ms always laid great stress upon the fact
that sh observed everything that occurred
that night accurately and has been unvary
ing In her iiuimtlve.
"Is thero a table In the room?" the law
yer asked, absently,
"Yes, Mr, Mulford requested me to put
one In for him." ..-.,,,,.
"That Is well, Then, all I wish U to be
entirely undisturbed. I have many papers
to examine to-night," he Mid, tapping the
blue bat, "I am engaged on a matter of
vast Importance to a wealthy estate, and J
thall ask you to see that no. one Is admit
ted to tho room, I am ready to bo to work
now. It you please,"
Mrs. l'rowltt showed him. to the third
floor front, turned up tho light, and, before
leaving, saw him take from the bag a large
bundle of pap-rs, tied with pink tape, pud
lay them busily upon the table. He then
nulled up a chair and sat down. She not
ced particularly that the Japanese screen
stood ubout tin eft feet from the back of
his chair and ubout two feet from the win
dows, Tho weather being cold, the sashes
were drawn and locked, and tho lower in
side shutters drawn and, latched. There
was a sheer descent front the windows to
the pavement, with no outside ledge below
them, o that It was Imposslblo for any
one to have entered the room through
them. Mrs. Prowltt has been unwavering
this .statement, as well ns in declaring
Vt nyone was hidden behind the screen
lse1iere In the room, when she admit
va only a few minutes after D when
eft the old man Intently engaged over
papers. On her way down-talr. she
pped In Mr. llaylor's room to tell him
at Mulford's friend had come. She did
,j, she has raid, not because they had
ill looked for him so long, but because the
lan had given her a queer feeling of dread
bat she could not throw eft. She natural-
f wondered what could have brought so
eh a lawyer to her house: but It was not
Is query that madejier uneasy. She toldJS
Itaylor of this strange Impression, and Of
Ihe fact Hint, while with the old l.twjer In
the room, she had had a creepy notion that
she was entirely nlone, although lie had
been Plain lo her eyes. She had noticed
Hint he had walked vigorously, but hi
slep bad been surprisingly fnlnt, and the
papers hud not rattled whn he took them
fmtn the b.ig. She wns very nervous. She
di 1 not believe In ghost, she declare I, but
certainly this nn the stranger.t lodger she
had ever had In her house. Hhe was afraid
something dreadful might happen, and she
nsked Itnylor to keep his door open nth!
to walk up the stairway occasionally nnd
llstm. He promised to do so, nnd sho left
At 11 o'clock she hurried back and said:
"Wonll you mind going with me to Mr.
Mulford's room mid listen outside the door?
I want to know whether the old mnn Is
sleeping. 1 see from the pnvment out
side thnt he has turned the gas out."
"That onn not he," Hnylor nhskered, ex
citedly. "I walked up the stairs not morn
than flvo minutes ago and saw his light
shining through the transom."
"Maw his llRhl?" echoed Mrs. Prowltt, in
an awed whisper, "It wn Jnt nlnlt tlve
minutes ago thnt I looked from the pave
ment outside nnd hl windows were dark.
Are you sure you saw the light?"
"Yes. but I could not hear a sound In
side the room,"
".Mr. Hnylor, there Is something terrible
In the Air to-nleht. and I enn't tell what It
Is. Let us go up there and listen."
They ascended to .Mulford's room. Hrlght
light was shining through the transom.
Mrs. l'rowltt knocked three times, receiving
nn answer. Then she called, but the room
remained perfectly silent.
"I'd like .iu to look over tho transom
Mr. ltavlor," she said. "There Is some
thing m.vstcrlons hete."
Ilaylor brought to tho door two chairs
that were standing In the hall, nnd, step
ping upon one, looked through the tran
som. He stnrted, nnd nsked Mrs. Prowltt
to get upon the other and look. They
saw the old lawyer still sitting nt the
table with bundles of legnl papers before
him. He wns too deeply engaged to notice
that his long hair had slipped down over
his forehead and nlnioit overhung his eyr-s.
As they looked from his peaceful fnce to
tht documents before him, Mrs. Prowltt
started violently, caught llaylor's arm, nnd
"Look nt his hands, lie Is making the
motions of writing, hut there Is no pen in
his hand He Is "
She faltered from fright, and Hnylor said:
"He Is a madman, Mrs. l'rowltt."
"No, ho Is worse than that. He Is not a
real mnn. Something nwful Is going to hnp
pen to-night. I did not quite trust that
mnn Mulford from the start. Why should
lie have tented this room nnd not occupied
II, If everything had been right? This Is
terrible. Look there. Did you see tho
"No, I did hoi, bill "
Ho stopped abruptly, for two hnnds rose
from behind the screen, nnd, catching its
extreme ends, lifted It from the Poor nnd
carried It stealthily toward tho old mnn.
They wero large and rnusoulnr, ugly nnd
grimy such bunds ns would delvo In tho
slime and vice of the lower street. With
the exception of his hands, the person be
hind the screen was hidden until he had
cnrrlod It, noiselessly nnd stealthily, until
It almost touched the old man's ehnlr.
There the hands stopped nnd stood It se
curely, and Instantly a head rose from be
hind It. The terrible face held the two out
side watchers motionless. The vlleness nnd
wickedness of tho slums wns ground In
each blotched and bloated feature. The
terrible creature looked for some minutes
upon tho old lawyer with a leer of mur
derous triumph. Then, with a horrible
smile of satisfaction tho man raised his
right nrm high over tho scroen, his dirty,
mlon-llko hand clutching a dagger.
Mrs. l'rowltt shrank with a scream from
tho sight, nnd fell lo a sitting posture upon
her chair; while Hnylor, aroused to action,
pounded upon the glass of the transom nnd
Kicked upon the door, but the old lawyer
continued peacefully writing nt the table,
and the assassin wns not stayed In his
purpose. With a swift, skillful stroke, the
knife fell, nnd Hnylor saw It sink Into the
lawyer's breast, saw htm writhe upon the
clinir nnd fall to the floor. He leaped from
tho chair and threw himself ngnlnst tho
door, but It withstood hlrt force.
"Help me here, Mrs. Prowltt," he cried.
"The lawyer hns been murdered. The door
Is locked upon tho inside. Help mo break
Their united strength nt last broko the
lock, nnd the door swung In. Hnylor took
one rapid step forward, but stopped upon
the sill with a stinted cry. Tho room was
dark and silent. No moan or sound of
death struggling came from the murdered
man under the tnble.
"A match, Mrs. rrowltt," he said; "for
tho love of heaven, let us have a light
"There is a matehsafe over the wash
stand In tho corner," gasped the land
For a few moments Hnylor groped In tho
blackness for a match. At last he- struck
one, and tho gns pulfed up. H,o shrank
back ngalnst the wall by the door. The
room wns entirely deserted; the tabic was
bare of legal papers; the screen stood In Its
place nenr the window; nfid there was no
body of a murdered man upon tho llonr,
nor any blood or other trace of him. The
room wns precisely as U had been before
the lawyer came.
In the midst of nn nnlmnted dusciisslon
at Mrs. Prowltt's table next morning, of
the strange crime, one of tho boarders,
who had nlrcady breakfasted and gone out,
rushed back with a paper, which, under
display head lines, told of the brutal mur
der of Abel Christiansen, one of the city's
noted lawyers. It detnlled how he had
been sitting In the study nt his home on
the avenue, going over some valuable pa
pers In the matter of a vast estate In liti
gation. The murderer had entered through
a window, had crept upon Mr. Christiansen
under cover of a Japanese screen that
stood behind his chair, and hnd struck
him to the heart with a dngger. Tho ns
sntHln.who had escaped with all the papers,
was supposed to be one of tho heirs of tho
property and one of the most dangerous
criminals of the slums.
About 10 o'clock on this same morning,
the little old mnn who hnd brought the
Japanese screen appeared at No. K3, say
ing thnt Mr. Mulford had sent him for It.
"I don't know that I ought to lot you
have It," said Mrs. l'rowltt.
"Why not?" nhked the little old man,
with a queer twlnklo of his unbllnded eye.
"There was a terrible murder on the
avcruin Inst night by a man who stabbed
a lawyer from behind n Japanese screen,
and I nnd ouo of my lodgers snw the vis
Ion of a man come from behind Mr. Mul
ford's screen nnd kill n strnngo old mnn
who hnd come ns Mr. Mulford's friend."
"It Is certainly remarkable." snld the lit
tle old man, winking his blind eve: "but
you certainly won't keep Mr. Mulford's
screen Just because you saw a vision?"
"(lo up for It, then, for I won't touch It."
said Mrs. Prowltt. "I will be clad to have
the terrible thing out of my house. If I
wasn't afraid of It, I would not let you
have It "
When the little old mnn reappeared, car
rying the screen, she said:
"If I could seo how there could be nny
connection between this screen and tho one
on the avenue, I would Jteep you hero and
send for the police."
"I don't tee what posslhle connection
thero could be," said tro little old man,
ducking his head sldewise, and squinting
nt her quizzically. "It I could, T wouldn't
ask you for the screen. Hut I will nsk Mr.
Mulford, nnd If there is. of courso I'll come
mound and tell you. lly tho way, he bays
von need not keep tho room for him any
And picking up the screen, he briskly
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proved, nnd III these limes mote than one
victim of misfortune rt-turned lo noclety
Utter having uudeigonc the last penalty of
the law. In Scotland, nt least, n sports
manlike sentiment spared hnll-haligi'd Mnx
gle Dkkson, though her senteliee had not
leally been carried uitt In accordance with
the perfect Intentions of bet judge. Hut
the stories of the two limst celetirated half
hanged people are more lum.iullc thnn that
of poor Mnxgie Dickson, sas the l,ondon
Dally Telegraph. There may even be skep
tics who decline to n-eept the following
narrative, though related by the sulTerir
himself, Michael Hamilton, serving in the
.nttlslt forces of Charles VII. of Finn. e.
In holy week? tM, when Jeanne d'Atv
was.Jnst being examined by a congress of
divines, Michael Ilnmllton, with other Sent
tlsh gentlemen of the sword, was iplnrter.'d
hear Cllsson, in Hriltnny. The irretons were
in sympathy with the English, or, nt all
events, ureally preferred them lolheSeols.
A Hreton spy wits captured by Ilnmllton
nnd bis friends, who nt first extracted his
Information (doubtless In the usual man
ner), and then banged him. What they had
learned from their prisoner Induced them to
believe that It wns "lime for them to go,"
nnd go they did, "with what feet they
had," to employ it pleasing Greek Idiom. In
the tight Michael Ilnmllton, Impeded by the
weight of his armor, wns taken by the
peasants. Among them wns the son of the
spy whom the Scots had hanged. In ft re
vengeful spirit this youth Insisted thnt
Michael should undergo n pennlty unworthy
of his blood, nnd be hnnged In his turn. "If
you wntit a thing well done do it yourself."
is n tnnvlm or. which the son of the spy
acted, lie personally hanged Michael Ham
ilton, nnd, no doubt, bestowed every atten
tion on the details. Now. Mlchnel, when he
snw thnt he could not escape his pursuers,
hnd made n vow of a pilgrimage lo the
shrine of St. Rntherlne of Flerbnls, In
whose church, ns will be remembered,
Jeanne d'Arc discovered strangely the
burled sword with five crosses on the
Now, on the night when Michael wns
suspended, a voice became audible to the
cure of the parish, bidding him go and cut
Michael down. The cure thought very lit
tle ot the matter, but, as the voice n-outd
not be quiet, he sent the beadle to Inspect
Michael. To make sure that the Scot wns
dead the beadle mnde nn Incision In his
Httlo toe. Ulnod (lowed, Mlchnel moved,
nnd tho bendlo fled bnck to the cure. Col
lecting the locnl clergy, nnd clnd In c.inonl
cnls, the euro went to tho glblet nnd lt
down Michael. Heholdlng this, nnd si 111
revengeful, the son of the slnln spy bit
Mlchnel on the enr with n --.-ord None
the less, he recovered, made his pilgrimage
to Flerbols, nnd told bis tnle. which mny
be rend nmong th" "Miracles do Madame
St. Kathortne de Flerbols."
Curious ns was this nffnlr it yields In
dramatic merit to ft story told In Wesley's
Armlnlnn Magazine, and In n pamphlet. A
voung man, walking to the house of his
brother, n yoemnn, found the inn nt n
neighboring town verv full. He shared Ihe
room of n merchant who was onnly count
ing out his money. Having occasion to visit
the garden, nnd also to borrow a knife, he
nccepted the loan of n knife from the mer
chant. On returning 'o his room he found
the merchant rrone. He went to bed. slept,
rose early, walked to his brother's, nnd wns
arrested in th" nfternoon for murdering
the merchant. In his pocket was that
trndesmnn's knife, nnd between blade nnd
handle wns n gulnea-nf William and Alarv.
At the Inn the merchant's empty bed wns
stained with blood, nnd. thnuch the mer
chant's bodv wns nowhere (o be found,
the young man wns condemned for murder
nnd hanrred In chains on hl brother's
fnrm. ltrfi a swain observed thai (be
bodv moved: It was cut down, life wa re
animated, nnd the youth fled to sen. Tak
en bv Rpnnlnrds In South Amerlce he rose
to be wnrden of the tall, nnd wbPe In en
toymept of thnt ofllce recotmled nmonir
ome Flncltsh prisoners (he person for
whose murder he hnd suffered. The fact
wns thnt the merchant, while the votith
wns absent In the garden, discovered thnt
he was bleedincr freely from t vein which
hnd been opened thnt day, He hurried to
the surgeon In the dark wns seized bv n
press eing. served bis Hrltnnnlc mn testy
In n ship of wnr was teken bv (lie Rmn
Inrd". nnd nt. last met, In n lall of South
Amerlen. the verv mnn who ind been
hnne-ed for murderlmr him In Kngland.
Perrons who ere onnble to nrcept (his
Tec-end mnv Prefer thnl of Mlchnel TTnm
lltnn: or. nc-iln. (hose who bnegle it Mieh
nel rev belleyn the tnle nobltshe.l bv Wes
ley. Tloth nre eyaropteq of (he verv mtved
luck which fntls to he lot of mortals In
this trouhlpsorne world.
a outfit roim'xi:.
Scooped In a Clean Ninety Thoutand In it
New York Correspondence Philadelphia
Perhaps tho most rapidly mado fortune
In this time, when people nro making few
fortunes, wns that which was paid over to
C. H. Olnsllngor ucently, nnd ns the result
of his conception of an idea not long ago
which he had the executlvo ability to carry
out. Mr. Oensllnger wns well Known In
Now Orleans as a maungei' of a high grade
of sporting events, ns they nro called.
Hut ho was Httlo known In New Vork
whon ho came hero some months ago and
arranged for a certain class of athletic en
tertainments, fiolng by tho Manhattun
athletic club house, the most beautiful ami
perfectly appointed club house of tho Mud
in tho world, one day, It occuned to Mr.
(iensllngcr thnt if he could organize a
proprietary club nnd secure a lease of tho
club bouso from tho receiver of the bank
rupted organization which built It the plan
might bo made a successful one. He In.
teiested ex-Postmaster Van I'ott and a few
others; they formed a Joint slock compnny,
got possession of the club house and on
most favorabla terms Invited applications
for membership, which carried nil tho priv
ileges ot tho club. The thing took from
tho start. Nenrly l.fK) members wero so
cured In tho courso of a few days, and ns
ono of tho rigid rules wns thnt everything
should bo paid for on tho spot, thereby
avoiding tho rock upon which tho old
Mnnliattnn Athletlo Club was wrecker,
thero camo a handsomo Income nt once,
mora thnn Hiifllclent to meet tho weekly
expenses, which were nearly ?3,UnO. It was
plain that very gtent profits wero to go to
tho stockholders, nnd therefor., of course,
theru came the inevltnblo contest for con
trol. It resulted In Mr. flensHuger selling
out, receiving to-dny nenrly JOO.ijjO, almost
all of It "velvet," ns tho saying Is, He had
almost nothing when he came to New
York; In tho courso of n few months has
coined un Idea Into a fortune. Thero Is no
club In New York which Is so crowded of
nn evening ns this. Its great billiard hall
yields a largo revenue, Its swimming pool
nnd baths nro so thronged that they nro
frequently kept open till 3 In tho morning.
Its lodging rooms aro spoken for two or
threo days In ndvancu, It hns vaudeville
entertainment of excellent character every
night fiom 11 to 1, nnd on Sunday evenings
n courso of lectures, David Chrystlo Mur
ray speaking to some Mo members last
Sunday evening. Tho activity of the dub
Is In striking contrast to tho elegant lan
guor or wearied Indifference which Is
characteristic ot nearly all tho other club
houses of tho city.
The Outlook: No ono ever succeeded n
that limitless Hold of "anything." "Some
thing" is the foundation of every success.
And thnt foundation must bo built on each
day: the structure must accumulate In
form, In strength, In dcllnltcnesa of pur
pose. In symmetry, In beauty. No life can
bo n success unless these elements enter
Into It, aro its controlling principles.
Success with some Is construed as fame
spelled with a cupttnl. Success Is that
mastery of forces within and without
which permits of tho evolution ot the gift,
or the talent, that innrks each man apart
from Ids fellows. Tl.o measure of success
depends upon the degree of mastery of de.
tails, the udnpting ot the whole nature to
do the work undertaken, the compelling
of every experience to be a light that will
light tho vvuy to perfection, whether the
work done Is that of lovo or compulsion,
! l'L'Xnn.ii. NO'i'icu,
THUSTEE'S SALE lly reason of default
In the payment of the principal and Inter
est of a bond, described In a deed of trust
rnada by Frank H. (lanong. single, dated
February 20th. 1SS0, Hied for record Feb.
ruary 25th, 1SW. and recorded In book 30,
at page 2U, In the olllco ot the recorder
of deeds for Jackson county, Missouri, at
Kansas City, I will, pursuant to said deed
of trust, at the request of the legal holder
of Srfld bond, between the hours of 9
o'clock a. m. and 8 o clock p. m on' Sat
urday. March, 9th, 15. at the west front
door of Ilia United States custom house
and postoince building in Kansas City.
Jackson county, Mo., sell lots twenty-nlmi
(29), thirty (W). Ihlrty-one (31), thlrty-two
(32) thlrty-lhree (33). thirty-four (31),'thlr-ty-ftve
(35) and tlilrty-slx (SO), lu block
seven (7). of the subdivision called "Marl,
borough," In Jackson county, Missouri, at
public vendue, to the highest bidder, for
cash, to satisfy said bond.wlth ifuerestand
coat of. executing this truBt.
CARDJNER IiATHROP. Truatse.
WAN'THD- Mnn nble m bnr.l!,. n slate
rt Ren, v or bratnh basin, s 'hi n tegular
niaruiiiK iurn.g nous, olnl n.t a si
... .... ,...,... ...ii. . , . i... . ..-
I l ,11' Vll'llt'.l-
WANTED Immediately! three news
fluents on railroad. Cnll on Southern Hall.
wnv .-sews i:ompany. tots union nve.
WANTHD-I salesmen; light work; HO
weekly. II West ;,h st room 9.
ICVTOll . ,...... -,. .. ...II ... ,
,i,i , ,,, d .iiMinH uti'i, , evil null, t,tu
ofllte man. (119 Main st.
pa'nadia.v employment office,
nnd 1'itmlshcd llooms, lOH-i II, 18th, cor,
Wnlnut. Tel. 1ITP, Tho best place In K. P.,
Mo., to find help or situations, main or
remain: H years' experience, lief, omaha
Nat. b.itik, Otnnha! Cltlrens' bank, If, C.
WANTED Agents In every slnle on s.il
nry nnd commissi )n. Agents milking 125 to
U weekly. Eureka Chemical and Mfg. Co.,
I.n Crosse, Wis.
TO 1113XT HOUSES.
,,,,. ,11 .ili-i.-ii, l itllllu.
ll!.An.t.At. -,..... 1....... -
1t-V"T 1,., ..-.... tO.......
1 V"1'I 1 ,1 J , tl'ttlUIll lit, IIP,', ,.
'ft Mnntgnll nve, C-room house. W.
a Kansas nve., C.rooni house, J7.
,-. 1.- 1 M .1 . ,. . AAl.l !.... .
, r. in ,,ic, 1-,!,U,I1 IIUII3I', ft,
Holmes St., n-rooni house, if.
Woodland ave., S-room house, $9,
drove st., .1-room house, 510.
Indiana ave., C-room house, $10.
Monlgnll ave,, 7-room brick. $17.69.
E. 9th st., 9-rootn house, J15.
Lydla nve., S-room brick, J20.
l.vdla nve., S-room brick, 20.
Vine St., 3 rooms, JS.
r MI E. nth st.,V rooms, 7.
inuepcnncnea ana uoimcs, t rooms,
Independence nnd Holmes, 4 rooms,
JOSEPH PLUME. Kentnl Agent,
201 New England building.
TO ItENT A nice three room dwelling,
only four blocks from Minnesota and
within one block of two street car lines.
Cnll nt the Journnl brnnch olllce. In the
Chamber of Commerce bldg.
TO HENT-Ver' deslrnble i room house;
stenm heat: south rront; clone m.
SOI'THWlPK. 401 New York Life bldg.
TO 11K.NT n.OOM.1.
TO RENT One elegnnt olllco room nnd
one suite In tho Journnl bldg. Kent rea
sonable. Apply to the Journnl Co.
TO HENT Suite of two nl.-clv furnished
front rooms; Ilrst-clns3 board; steam heat.
K0 Forest ave.
TO HUNT 3!ISCrci.I,AM:(U).
TO ItENT ElegHnt olllces In the Journal
bldg at rensonublo rates. Apply to the
ItOMSY TO Z.OA.T.
FAItM LOANS Applications desired
Northern Missouri and Eastern Knnsns
(within ino miles); rates, r,Vi per cent up
wnrd, according to location, security nnd
terms. Partial payments allowed. Loans
for sale to local Investors.
JAMES L. LOMHAItD.
Over First National bank.
5 AND C PER CENT money on business,
residence nnd farm property: unusually fa
vorable terms. Apply to Homer Heed or
Theo.Nash.lOO'! Hroudwny, op.Coates bouse.
TO LOAN $1,200 or any part on Kansas
City Improved property, 0 to 7 per cent;
loan promptly made: my money; no red
tape. Address '. Sll. Journal ofllce.
KANSAS CITY Improved business prop
ii, 7 AND S PEIl CENT money to loan,
direct. In anv amount.
II. L. JOHNSON CO,
Phone l7. 4".l N. Y. Life hlil'g.
TO CONTllACTOIiS-We have some second-hand
is Inch nnd h Inch steel rope, in
Ilrst-cl-sa condition, which we will tell nt
reasonable figures. We have two pieces of
the 1 inch rope 1K0 feel in length, one ple.v
of the a; Inch rope 2no feet In length nnd n
few pieces from iO to 4') feet long. This rope
will b, found to be very suitable nnd de
sirable for contractors for use on their
derricks, etc.. etc.
THE JorrtN'AL COMPANY.
PIANOS J Km saved in buying the best
piano direct from the manufacturers: es
tablished ls.12 Wev..in branch McCam
mon Piano Parlors, l"!ri Walnut st.
CHAB. K. TOWT, JOHN H. TOWT,
Prebldent. Vice President.
E. L. HAItniS,
MIDLAND TRANSFER CO.-Frelght
and baggnge trnnferred to nnd from nil
depots. Furniture moved nnd packed by
experts. 407 and 409 Wyandotte St., Kan-
sns City. Mo Tel. 1517
Kllll .11 EN, ATTENTION!
An Indian is nn ea-.y subject to euro of
the disease of Inebriety. Ono is now being
treated by the Wherrell cure, 710 Wyan
dotto st. More are coming next week.
They nre satlsflcd that the Wherrell cure
Is the best nnd most reliable. Complete
SAFES opened nnd repaired, bought and
cold. Combination locki cleaned and
changed. II. HARUIOAN. Expert,
Telephone 121. 109 East Tenth St.
MRS, L. JAMES, the welt know clair
voyant and trance medium, may be con.
suited nt 1209 Qrand ave.; parlors 39 and 40.
IF YOU wnn good, old. fashion butter,
milk or cream, go to McCllntuck's restau
rart, t2u Walnut street.
TO EXCHANOE-OOi) acres of school land
In Central Nebiuska, and cash, to trade for
merchandise. Address , SIS, Journal otllcc.
llRL'SH CREEK COAT..
53.25 during the war. Clean, pure coal; ex.
celled by none: we hold our trade by giving
satisfaction. Ofllce Am. Ilk. Tel. 2191.
TRUSTEE'S SALE-Whereas.Carollne L.
Kayser and dustav A. Kayser, her hus
band, by their deed of trust, dated the
20th day of July, 1SS9, and recorded In the
olllce o" the recorder of deeds In Jackson
county, Missouri, at Kansas City, In book
R 367, at page 219. did convey to the under,
signed trustee the following described real
estate, situated In the county of Jackson
nnd state of Missouri, to-wlt: Lot num
bered three (3), In block numbered seventy
nine (79).ln East Kansas, an addition to the
City of Kansas, now Kansas City, In trust
to secure the payment of the promissory
note In Mild deed described, with Interest
as therein described, and also the payment
as therein described of certain dues and
lines as therein set forth! and, whereas,
default was made In .the payment of tho
Interest ns therein ascribed, as well as ot
the dues and lines aforesaid, for the period
of more than six months after the said
dues, .fines and Interest became due and
payable, by reason whereof, under the pro.
visions of said deed of trust, the said note
has also become due and payable and the
same, together with said dues, fines nnd
interest, remain due and unpaid; now,
therefore, at the request of the legal holder
of said note and In accordance with the
provisions ot said deed of trust. I, as said
trustee, will on Thursday, the 28th day of
February, 1593. between the hours of nine
o'clock a. m. and five o clock p. m., at the
south front door of the county court house
in Kansas City. Jackson county, Missouri,
expose to sale and sell to the highest bid
dec for cash, Ihe above descilbed real es
tate at public vendue to satisfy the deot
aforesaldT and the costs of this trust.
JAilES SCAltMON, Trustee,
.vii inpiril In m rcliaiull-' ti lie mrtii.l
nt bis In in (quarters. Applicant p. n.ie mve
busiii, rx.. tlcnce, amount ..r money he
can inv.i nnd tcfrrences. )'.. r salary and
commission to suitable pnij Address
"Manufacturer." care. Plinth- It. Fuller's
Advertising Am hi'v. t'htcagu, 111.
erly; iiukc ii'iiiin i in ti-- J'tti ucini refill
deuce property, t! to C'S.per cent; applica
tions promptly placed; loans for snle to
local Investors. JAMES L. LOMHAltD.
IUCI 1' ll.1,,l.lUVUill I, .Will,
WIIEIIM.VH Willi.,,, W I'Afliln nnd
Helle M. Pcrklh", his wife, rratilors, h'
their deed of trust .i.itci the seventeenth
day of April, iiuhieen huudtnl and ninety,
recorded In lie nillee of the iccorder of
deeds of Jnrkson ciuntv, Missouri, nt lfntt
sns Pity, on u, ,,, ,,.,,,. , book H III,
pages ISO to !... l,oi , inclusive, conveyed
l" Jefferson llrnmbilitk, the following de
scribed land u, Kntisns Pity. Jackson coun
ty, .Missouri, lo-vvlt: A pnrt ot Ihe land
conveyed u Daniel !.. Shouse by Thomson
McDnuiei ,, .,fe , , d,,vi ,tnicd
July 1, isoj recorded In book Y, page C01, In
the recorder'. 0,.p of j,-iuoii counly,
Missouri, thus bounded, vi. i llcRlimlng
on Ihe east line or Main street, In the Oily
2.f. 1U""""'. 'R a point vvhl. h Is the west
Villi ut . ",0 ,1,l',lll no .. of . th?
J?.L.!'. Kt0',e foundation watt of a
certain three story brick slum
building, erected by Anna Connellv. nnd 111
her posse,o mi she conveyed the Prop
i!irJ' ,si rfn'c'l Ecbrunry S. 1S7I. to
.,!,m.0".. '"""n; thence easterly alonK
let'I. "J10 f such foundation wall aid
r"l,01ff''oti of Mich middle lln tntlm
Mei'J.VV'' "" X'ey III lock eight (S), II
''"V lpl addition to said Pity of ""
sas, thence ti.ini, ini. neh alley lo n
I',?!"' V.h.'.',h '''"H '" I" " prolongation of
the middle in,.. r ,i... ..eViii foundation
.V'iLi,..n,'l '"ree story brick building, so
.V.. . "'" "lrpo mory uricit m
w?,t,n 'V ""'' -"na PonmMly.Hu
r,V .'l. "V," """'I' Point lo till',
?.f.?a!'' middle ,w of said mrt'
e east end
..,.. ..-ii. rnitnu.i-
! ,ra,l; n"d thence westerly along the
mid, le lino t ,, )inrU, foundation wall
.... e rn"1 'bie ot paid Mnlu street: nnd
thence southerly to the place of beginning,
lietlg n In! nr l...... ....,...... ... I.nee n front
"''"'V-three nnd eight-twelfths (23 8-12)
feet on Main street, nnd commonly known
and designated ns lot number soy
Men, ,'.''.. ,n . M'k eight (M. In
,!cfl'lel's addition to the C ty of
Kansas ecept so much of said lot seven
i'Llu V? I011"' of Ihe mld.lto line of said
,heih.J01.l!"1,"l" "-nil and the prolongation
!Ln.,"C' ' ''""I conveyed by said deed or
trust being Mm conveyed by following
inif;. r':''!ed In said recorder's olllce,
JU, I).""' ' Anna Connellv. book W.
'v1- U 'lpp'1 dated August 31. 1S7I. to said
. . ,Von,"'ll.v. book ft, page 213: deed
tll, !'S,,r"ary !:, 1S7I, to Ilnrmnn llrowu,
took R ,, pnso (-;-. nn,i conveyance Is sub
i.', lu i '","''' "'all contract mentioned In
imS i.i',..,.nl"' ,," 'hat of Jonuary 9.
i"i .book II si pn,. :n. and being the same
land conveyed to William W. Perkins by
e? . ,i V ' onover and Ucorge H. Ponover
nnd thelriwlves by deed dated the 2Mb day
or June, ivs;. recorded in book 11 number
r,'n;.n'"T',r':;-, n" rights under nny and all
l,a,rt vvall contracts: affecting said land. nnd
iwL.'V"3 ''oncemlng party walls sllpu
ii ii ,''.' nlly C,'1 conveying said land
til. . ,. '"'der any nnd nil leases of said
land being t,y Ka(1 ,loe,t of ,rt ,iKned
to said llriimbnck, nnd all said land nnd
rights being by said deed of trust conveyed
to secure payment of certain promissory
notes In ,,1,1,1 (l0(,(1 of trlI!)t described:
anil, whereas default was made III the pay
ment when due of the Interest notes matur
ing forty-eight months and llfty-four
monts after dale. In said deed of trust de
scribed, nnd tbeie now remains due and
unpaid the whole of said llfty-four months
interest note, and there hns been paid on
f:"11'1 orly Ight months' Interest note only
the rollowlng amounts: Two dollars nnd
fo1'??.'.'""1 or'ns nt maturity: $200, June
12, 1591, and $i;,o. Julv is, 1WI, the balance
or that note being due nnd unpaid! now,
therefore, nt the request of the owner
and holder or said due and unpaid notes,
and or the other notes secured by said
deed, maturing therenrter (the notes ma
turing before snld defaulted notes having
,!' ,Pal,b notice is hereby given that
snld Rrumbnek will, ns such trustee, un
der the power in snld deed of trust, proceed
to sell (ho property nnd rights hereinbefore
described, and by said deed conveyed and
nny and every part thereof, at public
vendue, to the highest bidder, nt the court
house door. In the City or Knnsns (now
called Kansas City), In the county or Jack
son nrnrcsald, for cash, on Friday, the
fifteenth day of March, rlghteen hundred
nnd nlnety-tlve. between the hours of nine
o clock In the forenoon nnd five o'clock In
the afternoon, to paj the balance due on
snld defaulted notes, and the costs nnd
expenses of executing said trust. Includ
ing compensation to the trustee for bis
services, nnd out of the p.ilnnee of pro
ceeds, to pay, ns provided In snld deed of
trust, the principal note described therein,
wllh Interest not Included In Interest notes
maturing before that, the court houso door
at which such sale will no made, being
the nnuth front door of tho court house
building In Kansas City Jackson countv.
Missouri, on the block of ground bounded
by Ilfth street. Oak street. Missouri ave
nue nnd Locust street, In which building
tho circuit court of Jackron countv, Mis
souri, at Knnsns CKy, will be held, or
might lawfully be held If In session, at the
time of sale, and nt which door the sheriff
usually sella land on execution from said
JEFFERSON TTnPMH XPIf T-ustfc
WHEREAS. Frank M. Slutz nnd Hester
J. .Slut;:, his wife, grantors, bv their deed
of Must dated the tenth day of Fc-brunrv.
eighteen hundred and ninety-one, recorded
on the tenth day of February, eighteen
hundred and ninety-one, in the olllce of
the recorder of deeds of Jackson county.
Missouri, nt Kansas City, In book 11 No.
Hit,, pages M to 70. both Inclusive, convey, ,1
to Jefferson Rrumbnek the following de
scribed land In Kansas City, Jackson coun
ty. .Missouri, to-wlt: ' All of lot numberi.it
live hundred nnd eighteen (51S), In block
numbered thirty-eight 3S), In MeCiee's ad
dition to the City of Knnsns (now Kansas
City) as the same Is marked and desig
nated on the plat of said addition on tile
and of record In the olllce of tho recorder
of deeds of said Jackson county, in trust to
secure the paynunt of certain promissory
notes of evtn date therein described: and.
whercis, default was made lu the pavmtnt
when due of the Interest notes maturing
rurty-two months nnd forty-eight months
after date described In said deed, and the
same aro wholly unpaid, and default wan
made In the faithful performance of the
agreements contained In said died In this,
that the Improvements upon Ihe bind were
not kept constantly Insuieil against loss by
Hie for the sum provided In said deed, nor
In nny other sum, and upon December twen
tieth, eighteen hundred nnd ninety-four,
there being no Insurance upon the prop
erty, the third party In said deed of trust,
then owner nnd holder of nil unpaid note
secured by said deed, procured proper In
surance upon said Improvements In the
-uni of seventy-live hundred dollars (57..VM)
for ono yenr, and paid therefor ninety,
three dollars nnd seventy-five cents (S93 7S),
no pnrt of which sum hns been repaid;
now, therefore nt the request of the hoM-
r and owner of said defaulted notes, and
of the other notes maturing thereafter, be.
ing same party paying for said Insurance,
the other notes maturing before said de.
faulted notes having been paid, notice Is
hereby given that snld Hrumbnck
will. ns such trustee, under tho
power In said deed, proceed to
sell the property hereinbefore nnd
In said deed dceurlhed, and nny and every
part thereof, ot public vendue, lo the high
est bidder, at the. court honi door, In th
City of Kansas (now called Kansas Civ),n
the county of Jackson aforesaid. for cash, on
Tuesday, the twenty-sixth dav of March,
eighteen hundred and ninety-live, between
the hours of nine o'clock In (he forenoon
and live o'clock In the nfternoon, to pay
fald defaulted notes and the costs nnd ex
penses of executing snld trust, Including
compensation to the trustee, nnd to repay
tho proper proportion of said sum paid for
Insurance required to carry snld insurance
until day of sale, with Interest as provided
in said deed, nnd out of the balance of
proceeds to pay the principal of tho prin
cipal note described In snld deed of trust,
with Interest ns In such deed provided,
tho court house door nt which such sale
will bo rnndo being the south front door
of tho court house building In Knnsas
City. Jackson county, Missouri, on the
block of ground hounded by Fifth street,
Onk street, Missouri avenue anil Locust
street, In which building the circuit court
of Jackson county, Missouri, nt Kansn
City, will he held or might lawfully b
held If In session nt the time nt sale, nnd
at which door Hie sheriff usually sells land
on execution from said court.
JEFFERSON mtl'MHACK, Trustee.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the un.
dertlgued, ns trustee, will sell nt publlo
vendue to tho highest bidder, for cash, on
Tuesday, the 20th day of March, 1S9'., at
the court house door, In the city of Inde
pendence, Jackson county, Missouri, the
following real estate situated In said conn
ty. z., lots nine, ton, eleven, twelve,
thirteen, fourteen, flfteen, sixteen and sev
enteen, nil In block eleven In the town of
Huckner, by virtue of the power given him
bv a certain deed of trust, dated January
13th, 1891. and recorded on January 20th,
1S9I. In the recorders olllco of said countv
at Independence. In book 190. nt page 487,
whereby Chris Htephan and Helena fiteph
nn, his wife, conveyed snld real r te to
tho undersigned ns trustee to se e tho
payment of the promissory note i snld
deed described! default having bei made
In the payment of raid note and ib legal
holder of same having requested 'Me un
dersigned to sell said real estate I satis
fy said debt and the costs of exru ng tho
trust. W. H.rjOlKlTr tstee.
"NOTICE TO IlR'IDdE CO.NTIU.P "ORS
The undersigned, by order o( the county
court, will on Tuesday, February 26, ISM. at
two o'clock on that day, at tho east door
of court house. In Kansas City. Missjuri.let
by publlo outcry, to the lowest responsible
bidder (subject to the approval of the
county court). tho building of one stone
culvert In Seo. 22, Twp. , RS. 33.
Specifications for the same may be seen at
ihe county surveyor's olllce, in tho court
house, Kansas City. Mo,
County Surveyor and Road Commissioner.
Dated February, i. Via,
NOTICE OF Tllt.'HTEH'S HALE -Whereas,
Samuel F. Scolt nnd Mnrv J. Scott,
his wife, by (heir deed of Irani dated the
7th dny of November, 1W. which snld
deed of lrul was on the 89th day, of No
vember, I'M, duly recorded In lok H H.
. ikc 10, or ine records ni uit;i--..
enmity, Missouri, conveyed to (he, under
signed Davll H Elllrli. trustee, the LI
lowing described property In Jacks n
county nnd slate of .Missouri, to-wlt: Com
mencing nt n point lu the south line or
the iiorthweM quarter or section nineteen,
township fortv-nlne, range thlrty-threi ,
west of the. firm principal meridian, dis
tant eight hundred nnd fitly tt p",'vl
Item Ihe snuthwest comer of said north
west quarter of sold section nineteen.
Ihrnce north three hundred and "'tv-tW'
nnd 2.V100 feet, thence west one hundre 1
nnd ninety feet. lhnce north six biitnlrfl
nnd 11 fly nnd M-Hin feet, thence cnt me
hundred nnd thirty-five anil, tt-l" feel,
thence south ten hundred nnd three nnd
20-1 no feet to Ihe south lino ot the north
west quarter of said section nineteen, thence
w;et three hundred nnd forty-live nnd
JibhV) feet to the place of beginning. This
deed Is made subject to right of way for
public road running over the sooth end
of snld tract of land thirty reet vvl.le, and
Is subject to right of way for public rond
or street known ns Hutiton avenue tblrtv
feet wide over Ihe west side of snld tract
of land In trust to secure the three prin
cipal real estate bonds tn snld deed or
trust described: nnd, wlierens. the bond
for J.l.noi) due on or before November I.
191, nnd the bond for SS.coo due on or be
fore 'November 1. 1S9I, ate due nnd un
paid! nnd, whereas, said Samuel 1. Scott
Ins failed (o pnv the taxes and .assess
ments levied ngnlnst snld land when the
same beenme due nnd payable: wherefore
the whole of snld Indebtedness beenme
due nnd payable nnd Is now unpaid. Now,
therefore, public notice ! herrby given
that I, the undersigned, Dnvld II. l'.ttlen.
the trustee nnmed In snld deed of trust, nt
the request of the holder and owner of
said notes, under nnd bv virtue of the
power to me given, will on Saturday, the
ninth day of March, TO", proceed to sell
the property hereinbefore described nnd
nny nnd everv part thereof, nt public
vendue, to the highest bidder, nt (be south
front door of the new county court house.
In Kansas Cltv, Missouri, being the build
ing In Knnsns Cltv, Jackson county. Mis
souri, in which the circuit court of sold
Jackson county Is now held, for ensh. be
tween the hours or nine o'clock In the
forenoon nnd live o'clock In the afternoon
of snld day, lo pnv the cost of executing
th trust nnil the amount due on said un
DAVID II. ETT1EN, Trustee.
Ewnrd C. Wrlcht, Attorney.
TRUSTEE'S SALE Whereas, Adelaide
M. Carle and Oliver P. Pnrle. her husband,
by their certain deed of trust, dated the
thlrte, nth day of June, A. D. 19. nnd re
corded on the eighth day of July, A. D.
WJ. In book 1! 311. at page H00. In the of
flee r.f the recorder of deeds for Jnekon
county, Missouri, at Knnsns City, conveyed
to David II. Ettbn. trustee, the following
described real estate, situated In Ihe county
of Jackson and state of Missouri, to-wlt:
The southwest qunner of the northwest
quarter of the northeast quarter, nnd nil
that portion of the south hnlf of the north
east qunrter lying west of the Tllir Elite
river, except a strip eight rods In width off
the sou'b end thereof, nil being In section
twelve (12). township forty-nine (19) north,
range thirty-three (3.1), west of the lirth
principal meridian, containing In nil flfty
four (Til) acres, more or !., according to
government survey, to secure three prin
cipal ienl estnte bonds, nnd coupons there
to attached. Ill said deed of trust described:
nnd. wherens, the said renl estate bonds tn
said deed of trust described are now due
an. unpaid: and, whereas, the ald Ade
lal.Ie M. Carle and Oliver C. Carle, her
hu-hnnd. have failed lo pnv the taxes for
ls?3 levied and assessed airalnst sn!,l prop
ertv. bv reason whereof the holder of
snld bonds has been compelled lo pay the
saniA under the terms of said deed of
trust: r.ow. therefore, nt the reqnes( of the
legil holder of snld real estnte bonds and
said deed of trust, nnd In nccordnnee wllh
the powers vestefl n me by said deed of
(rust, T, the underslrned trustee, will pro
ceed to sell the nbove described real estnte
n( public snle, to the highest bidder, for
cash, nt Ihe front door of the building In
Knnsns Cltv. Missouri. In which the circuit
court sf snld Jackson county Is now held.
b lng the south front door of the court
bouse in entd cltv. situated on (he block
biund n the south by Missouri avenue,
on the east by Locust street, on the north
bv Firth street nnd on the u-et bv Onk
street, on Monday, the 11th day of
March. A. D 1"' between the hours of
nine o'clock In the forenoon and Hve o'clock
In the arternnon of said dav. and will npplv
the proceeds of said sale 10 (he pnvmenr of
fhe rests nnd expenses of said snle. and (o
the payment of (he Indebtedness secured
bv ald derd of trust.
Tint, d Kansas Pity. Missouri. February
DAVID II. ETTIEN. Trute.
Perdue ft Rorland. Attorneys.
TIU'STEE'S SALE Wherens. Nicholas
T. Eaton and Mamie Eaton, bis wife, bv
their certain deed If trust, dated February
2."i,iv9. and recorded In the olllce of the re
corder of deeds for Jackson county, state
of Missouri, at Kansas City, on February
2Sth. 1SS9, In book 11 ;:39. nt page 171. con
veyed to the undersigned, David II. Ettlen,
the following described real estate, situ
ate In the counly of Jackson, state of Mis
souri, to-wlt: Lot numbered one hundred
and seventeen (117) nnd let numbfreil one
hundred nnd eighteen (IK), In Ross ,".
Scarrltt's addition to (be City of k.iiimi
(now Kansas City), which said deed of
trusr was made to secure the payment of
the bonds 01 notes In snld deed of tl'u-t
described, together with the Interest then -on;
nnd. wherens. default has beep made In
the pavment of sonic of the ntd bonds or
notes, hnd the Interest thereon, so that all
the Indebtedness secured by the said deed
of trust (excepting that part theienf which
has been paid) Is long pint due and un
paid; now. therefore, at (he request of the
owners and holder of said due and unpaid
bonds or notes and Interest, notice Is herein-
given thnt 1. the undersigned, the snld
riavld II. Ettlen. In pursuance of the
powers vested In me by said deed of trust,
will, on Saturday, (he 91b day of Mjrcb.
1W1, between the hours of nine o'clock In
Hie forenoon nnd tlve o'clock In the nfter
noon. proceed to sell the property hereinbe
fore nnd In said deed of trust described, at
public vendue, to the highest bidder, fur
cash nt the south front door of the court
bouse, located between Missouri avenue,
Onk, Locust and Fifth sheets, in Kansas
Pity, .n the county of Jack-son. state of
Missouri, being the front door of the build
ing In the City of Kansas (now Kansas
Pity, Missouri). In which the circuit court
of said Jackson county Is held, to pay said
unpaid bonds or notes and Interest, and
Hie costs nnd evnenses of execm!,,,. ,1,1,
trust. DAVID U. ETTIE.V. Trustee
Dated Kansas Pity. Mo., Feb. 13, w.
TRUSTEE'S SALE-Hy reason of default
In Hit payment of tho principal note. de.
ec.-lbed lu n deed of trust made by Cal
vert R. Hunt and Eva c. Hunt
hl wife, dated the 12th , day of June;
ISM, nnd recorded on the 19th dny of June
IRSI, In book II 313, nt pngo en. n the of
flee of the recorder of deeds for Jnekson
county, Missouri, nt Kansas City, 1 vvlil
by virtue of the premises and of tho power
In me vested by snld deed of trust, nnd nt
Ihe ttqiiest of the legnl holder of snt, note.
Crorcd to sell all of lot numbers.! 12 in
lock numbered Ii In McKlnney heights
nn addition to Knnsns City, Jackson coun
(y, Missouri, ns shown by Ihe recorded pint
of snld nddlllon. nt (ho south front door
of the court house In Knns.is Pity, between
the hours of 9 o clock In (he forenoon and
6 o'clock In the afternoon, on Thursday
tho ,21st day of February. IMS, at public
vendue, tn the highest bidder, for cash
for the purpose of paying said note and the
cost of executing (his trust.
A, A TOMLINSON, Trustee.
Kai.sas City, Jan'y 29th, 1S93. "'
TRUSTEE'S SALE-Hy reason of default
In the payment of the principal note, He.
scrlhed In a deed of trust made by Pharles
P, Deatherage nnd Elizabeth M. Deather
nge, his wife, dated tho 12ih day of June
WX and recorded on the lth day of June!
IS8!. In hook R SK. at page 13?. in tho ot.
flee of the recorder of deeds for Jnckson
county, Missouri, at .Kansas Pity, 1 W
by virtue of the premises and of the power
In me vested bv said deed of trust, and nt
the request of the legnl holder of said note
proceed to sell all of lot numbered I In
block numbered 4, In McKlnney heights
an addition to Kansas Pity. Jackson conn.
ty Missouri ns shown by the recorded Plat
of said addition, at the south front door
of the court hsuse In Kansas Pity, between
the hours of 9 o'clock In Ihe forenoon and
6 o'clock In the nfternoon. nn Thursday
the 21st day of February, 1893. at public
vendue, to tho highest bidder, for cash
for the purpose of o.iyjng said note and the
cost of txecntlrg bl trust.
A A TOMLINSON, Trustee
Knn-ins City. Jan'y -lh. 1891.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET,
lng A meeting of tho stockholders of tho
Paclflo Mutual Telegraph Company will bo
held at tho olllce of tho company, No. ipt
Delaware street, Kansas city, Jackson
county, Missouri, at nlno o'clock a. 111.. on
Friday, March 8th. 1593. for tho purpooo of
electing directors of the company, amend
ing tho by-laws and tho transaction of
such other business as may properly come
before iho stockholders.
A. R. CHANDLER.
W, H. RAKER, '
E. C. PLATT.
.1. O. STEVENS,
L. D. PARKER.
J. A. COHRV,
A. R, CHANDLER. President.
J, O. STEVENS. Secretary.
Kansas City, Ho., Feb. 11, 1S53.
UNION DEPOT TIME CARD
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Ticket offices. tSt Mlt
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11 inn nous All irnins unny
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Clinton ,fr Osceola ex.. r.-.OO pm 10:20 am
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Plttsb'g, .Top.. Neosho. 11:00 nm 3-4.1 pm
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Leave Tuesdays. Thursdays nnd Satur
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Claud .Vieilile Ilepnt, ?2nd St.
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eld, ago pass x9 .00 nm 8-1.1 pm
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KANSAS CITY A- INDEPENDENCE AIR
Depots Second and Wyandotto nnd Sec
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RAPID TRANSIT RAILWAY CO.
Dcpols- Fifteenth street station, Twelfth
street station, Ninth street station.
Depot Carriage and Baggage
seventh and llro.idwny.
:i Carriage or HaKKnjre Wagon.
pito.MPr and REi.iAiir.r.
TIIA CIIAItm: KORNIC.HT WORK
TRUSTEES .SALE Ry reason of default
In the payment of a principal promissory
note ..nd the last maturing Interest note,
described lu a deed of trust, executed by
William II. Ti-le.-.ens, unmarried, to the un
derblsned trustee, dated January 16th,
lsw. Hied for record January 21st. 1S90. in,
tho olllce of the recorder or .feeds for Jack
son county, Missouri, In book R 399, at pacn
221, I. the undersigned trustee, will, pur
suant to tho terms of said dee.; of trust,
nd at the request of tho legal holder of
mid notes, stli at publlo vendue, to thu
highest bidder, for ensn. all of lot number
four (I). In bloc number two (2). In T. A.
Smart's a.ldlMon to tho City of Knnsns.
now called Knnsns Cltv. Jackson county,
Missouri, at tin west door of tho United
Stales uistom house, nt the southeast cor
ner of Ninth nnd Wnlnut streets, In Kansai
City Jackson county. Missouri, on the 22nd
day of February. IS91, between the hour
of nine o'clock In the forenoon nnd flv,
o'clock In tho nfternoon. for tho purpose ol
sntlsfylng the said Indebtedness and th
cost of executing this trust.
WHIPPLE LOAN AND TRUST POM.
PANY, Trustee, by A. A. WHIPPLE. Ill
TRUSTEE'S SU.E-ny reason of default
In the payment of the principal note, d
scribed In a deed of trust made by Charlei
P Deatherngo and Ellinheth M, Deather.
ago. his wife, dated tho 12th dny of Jun
lssi nnd recorded on the 19th dav of June,
1SS9, ,n book 11 311, nt page 431. In Ihe of,
flee of the reeo.-dcr of deeds for Jscksoi
county, Missouri, nt Kansas Pity, I wtll
by virtue af (he premises nnd of the powta
In mo vested hv snld deed of trust, and al
Ihe renuest of th legal holder of sail notn
proceed to sell nil of lot numbered IS. It
block numbered I. In McKlnney heights
nn nndltlcn to Kansas Pity. Jackson eoun.
the hours or :i ,vciock m ihs forenoon ni
S o'clock In the afternoon, on Thursday,
the 2lt day of Fehrunrv 1R9.1, at publhj
vendue, tn the highest bidder, for cash,
for the purpose of paving said note and th
cost cf executing this trust.
4 4 ffT TMOnivf R- .
, r l w i, , ,.,-n, ;.,
Kansas Pity, J.n'y 29th, 1S9S.
- - Aeii.' -' ruiiee.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET.
INO-Natlcc Is hereby given that the an.
nual meeting of tho stockholders of tha
Union National bank, of Kansas City. Mo.,
will be held at Its, banking house, at th
southeast corner of 9tii and Main streets.
In Ihe Pity of Kansas, on Tuesday. Feb.
ruary 19. 1KB. between th hours of 10
o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., on said
day, for the purpose of electing directors
for the ensuing vear. Hv order of board of
directors DAVID T. REALS. President, '
PHAH H. V. LEWIS. Cashier.
Kansas City. Mo.. Jan. 18. 1S93.
NOTICE OF MEETING OP DIRECT-ors-Notlce
Is hereby given that the direct
ors of the Kansas City & Atlantic Railroad
Company will hold a meetln. as required
by the statutes of the state of Missouri, at
tha olllces of eald company, roomg No. JlJ
and 316 Telephone building, northwest cor.
ner of Sixth and Wyandotte street". In
Kansas City, Missouri, on Tuetday.tho Ulh
day of March. 1S93. at S o'clock a. m "ot
said day. for the transaction ot such bul.
uesa as may properly come before them.
THEODORE C. BATES. President
FKAKCIS AilORY, Becretax.