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riTK KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL, THURSDAY. MARCH 7, ISJW.
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MADE MUTUAL' CONCESSIONS,
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Tim Last Items f Contention Mere In lie
latlim In the Soldiers' llniiin lit Undue
City nnil it Payment In llrn
Itlcli trmjr "clnn.
Torekn, Kan, Mnrch G -(Special) Tho
senators havo 1cnt listlessly sitting nliout
thn chamber nil day without cten develop.
Ins energy enough to have nny fun with
themselves. Uvery hour or two tho con
ference committer nt work upon the llvo
ilendlocked npprnprlttlon hills would re
port thnt nn ngreomctit was no nearer to
consummation, it new committee would he
nppolnteil anil the scnntnrs would slip hack
Into their condition of hopelea vvnltlng.
Tho hills In deadlock nre the executive
ninl Jttdlcl.tr)', the miscellaneous, tho 0a.
vntonilo Insano ns)lum, Beloit Industrial
school anil tho Wlnllold n)ltini appropria
tion hills. Tho disagreements which are
keeping thn houses npnrt are not thoso nf
llsrtiro"!. The Populist sennto Is simply try
ing to destroy the boird of public work'",
and tho house Is refusing to liulorso the
project. Tho senate limits the money ap
propriated for buildings In thorn- lite bills
expended hv tho boirds governing the
homes, whllo tho houso InslstH that tho
hounl of pnlillc works shall hao rontrol.
Tho session ot both houses In being ex
tended hv Joint resolution every thrco
limits. At I o'clock thli afternoon It looked
os though a compromise might ho effected,
hut tho hopu wns soon destroyed.
'Ihn Dctldlnck Itroken.
Topcka, Kas., .March C (Special.) It
recmed to-night for a time an though tha
deadlock hail been broken. The confircncn
committee ngieed Upon nil live of the de
layed appropriation hills and the fennto
readily concurred In all the committee re
ports. The house conferrces ) lclded to the
f-enata In the matter of the board ot pub
lic works and the senate yielded to tho
house In grnntlng nn appropriation lo the
board ot hcilth. Iloth of these Items wcro
In the executive appropriation bill and the
report of the committee on this bill was
concurred In by the house. It looked like
plain sailing then, as It was over the bo ird
of public works that the deadlock had prin
cipally occurred. But when the conference
report on the miscellaneous bill reached tho
liouso war was again declared Immediately.
"The hill as reported cut down the appro
priation for furnishing the new buildings
nt the Dodge Cljy Soldiers' home and it
nlo contained the Item of $10 to pay Chief
Clerk Hen HIch. of the bogus Dunsniore
hotio nf two years ago. Tho debate was
hot and eloquent. Hcpubllcan speakers de
clared tlt.it thev "would icnuiln In session
nil summer before they would consent to
cut the old soldiers' npptoprlatlon or pay
Ben Itlch The house llnaily rejected the
committee report by a decisive vote.
A new conference committee wns appoint
ed upon the bill and the house p ised a
resolution extending the session until noon
on Thursrtav, hut the senate refused to
acree to this.
Then there was excitement and .scurry
ing to and fio. The session expired at mid
night ami an appioptiatlon bill earr)lng
SW.000 would die with the mldnlcht hour.
The senate was stubborn and the house
was passionate, and It seemed linpeiaslble
they would ever get together.
Just hefoie midnight the senate confer
rees yielded to tho demands of the house
nnil granted the full amount to the Sol
diers' home and the houso conterrees
agreed to tin- Hun Klch appropriation The
honnte extended the session until 2 n. m.
The house adopted tho report and the woik
of the session was finished except for eon
Kldeintlon nf messages fioni the governor.
Tho formal adjoin niix.nL will take place
bonie time to-morrow.
Tho meinbeiH of tho house enmo up with
their lighting clothes on. They wero a lit
tle cross on ncLOtmt ot h.i,lng to stay heto
after their pay had stopped, and when
tho mlsccllanious npptoptiiition bill (.ami
back with numerous .imciulmeiits fioni tho
senate, glilng extia p.iv to niimeioin l'np
tillst empln)es about tho htate Iioiihu tot
soi vices 1 endued Among them was an
Hem ot J.'.i) to tho "hoy ot.uoi," Fiunk
Forest, as 1 inltor of the state house Mr.
Mot low, of Washington , Bender, of La
bette: Hoblnsoii, o Jackson, and othcis,
nttucked this item, sa)Ing that Foi est had
to their cet Iain knowledge, spent fccveml
months nt the tlmo con red by llui cl ilm
for exttn work, In the campaign foi the
Populism pnity. Mr. Sticet, on the l'opnllht
piue, inauo a i-ming ngui icu inu umj.
ptlatlou, and claimed It did not coer tho
tlmo air Foi est h.ul been engaged In the
Mr. Winters, Populist member fiom
Klown, undo a very senslblu talk on the
nibjeet. Ho hoped the members would not
lot politics enter Into this discussion Tho
only question to bo deckled, was It right to
pay for these extia sendees? If It was,
tho btato ought to pay the bill, it not. It
illrt not m.ike any difference about the
politics ot tho claimant
mini!)', tho houso decided til -"on-concur
nnd tho scene of coulllet was osfeirul
from the houso to a conference X. iltlee
It soon became evident that It ' ho
Impossible to get together on th i-
jirlatlon hill by 12 o'clock, nnd the ti is
extended until 0 o'clock this eve nine,
Tho balance ot tho dav was passed by
thp houso In watting whllo tho conference
committee wiestled with tho atlous Items
ot the miscellaneous hill.
JJiifctrrn foiiimlttco Linen nf Ihn AVestcrn
Irani. I. Inn I'asmiiiRor Cimmiittio
Chicago, JIarch (!. The Eastern commit
tee lines of tho Western Trunk lino passen
ger committee met to-day for tho purpose
ot considering i tiles under which tho 1'ist
cin committee Is to operato when tho gen
eral agreement Is put Into full oputitlon,
General Passenger Agent Townsend, ot tho
Missouri P.iclllc, was In the meeting and
worked as diligently oter tho tales as any
other man in tho meeting. Ills presence
was a decided comfort to tho othei lines,
which are fearful tft.it tho .Missouri Pacific
may change Its mind about signing the
Tho general meeting of the trunk line
committee has been adjoin iud until
Wednesday of next WLelc to allow tho Al
ton and Wabash to get together on tho
matter of Kansas City Cist Ht. Louis
rates. The geneial managns ot the two
lines have not jet dellnltely arranged a
tlmo for their conference. . ,
Tho regular monthly meptlng of the pass
enger commltteo of the Central Tralllo As
sociation was held to-day, Nothing came
up except matteis of routine in the con
(.Ideiatloii of rules and tho reWslon of
The' shipping agents ot tho packers nt
the X'nlon stuck )ards In this cltj aio ex
ceedingly wroth at tho rallroaels, which
propose 'n Inauguiato a change In regard
to tho receipt of hhipmenu at the stock
yards, Jleietofore agents of the roads
have gono around to the paekbig houses,
healed the loaded cars, caided them, giving
the shippers receipts on tho spot. Now Ihu
roads piopos&to eoiistltuui tho stock yanU
company their Joint agent to jeceltit for
the shipments, This will necessltaio tho
packers sending around to tho olllco of the
stock jardB company for tho receipts, a
proceeding which will, tho packers claim,
Jauso them piuch delay. As theso receipts
haw to bo exchanged for regular bills of
ladll,. before drafts can bo drawn against
the shipments, tho lnconenlencc to ship
pers will hu coirespoiuf.ngly increased. An
Inditaation meeting of the shipping agents
was held to.day and a circular was sent to
the roads asking them to deilno exactly
what they pioposcd to do. hen a reply
Is received a meeting will bo called to
consider what action the shlpp-rs thall
mil s'ii;u iMtoriH:i.
Charter Issutd to u Now Itullro.ul I'nni.
p.iuy In Katun.
Topeka, Kas , JInrch (i. (Special.) To
day the secretaiy of slato granted a char
ter to the People's Itallroad and Telegraph
Company, Tha headuuarters of the com
pany aro at JIarysvlllo and the IncorporaL
ors are John It. McLeod and Flnley Mur.
chlnson, of Marietta, and August Holm, T.
3 Ilatlleld. A. Scammon, DennU Sale
s'nd A. M. Judson. of Maijsvllle. The cap.
Ital stock Is llxed at JW.ttx'.oco. The eom
pany proposes to build railroads oyer most
all the United States, but It is Kansas
jvbere It really spreads Itself lata u sys-
The charter provides for three line
of road tltrnuch tho state from cist to
vcti ninl twelve lines of road entirely
across the Mnto from north to south.
Mill Itlilhl lute Inlriln.
Toledo, C, March 6 A loral paper l
authority for the statement tint It will not
he long before the Hint & Pen' Mnruuotlo
will enter Toledo otcr lt own tricks The
contract for building the extension rrnm a
few miles outh of Carleton to Toledo Ins
been let lo Detroit contractors and work
will commence as soon as Alar, h unlets
down a little I'p lo dale oxer Unfl.Ml has
been expended for the right of w i) nnd the
track will be set In a manner to ninipare
well with the bet of load beds The route
will bo used b thn Pcniisjluintn and littl
er llnstern lines to gain an nitrance Into
Detroit Whllo the general olllces of tho
road will remain-nt J'llnt, Mich., the com
puny will go In otcii"loly for their To
ledo otIU-s, this cltv being nn Important
terminal for the road.
Walker (lets il ttlg Pee,
Chicago, .March f, .JiiiIec Ttiloy decided
to-day that IMwIn Walker was entitled to
a big fee In the litigation In regard to the
Chicago, Danilllc & Vlnclnnes rond. The
court ordered the rntrv of a decree allow
ing .Mr, Walker tl27,nmi. of which Vi,wi li
found to be for legal sen Ices Judge
Tnley held that tho fee was adequate for
the services rendered hi the railroad nt
terne), as the proceedings lasted for a
long lime nnd rcpreented ten ) ears of
labor on the part of .Mr. Walker, besides
being an extraordinary piocccdlng.
It ChikpiI n Mirprl"!'.
Washington, March C The announce
ment Inst night by the Seaboard Air line
of n cut of 4(1 per cent In rates from Now
York nnd Intermediate points to Atlanta
cnued somewhat of a stirprle to the of
llelals of the other railroad companies that
hao connections with that city. Such ot
tho olllclals as would talk about the mat.
ter to-day were, however, Inclined lo treat
It lightly, and asserted that It Is hut a
plan Intended to force the Hallway Asso
ciation to revoke Its order ngilnst the
Seaboard Air line and receive It ngaln Into
Very (lonil showing.
lloton, Mass., March (i The annual re
port of the New York .? New England rail
road for the year ending December 31, 1WI,
which has Jut been Issued, shows under
the reorganized system ot management nil
unusiinlly good standing, considering the
extraordinary expenses for Improvements
and icp.ilrs. Although "'ere was a do.
creae of JMI.CSO In gross earnings due to
the business depression, there wns an act
ual Increase In the net earnings of Jl.JSI
A Delll It Shown.
(Ira ml TPiplda. Mich.. Mnrch fi-Thii an
nual meeting of the Oram! Rapids & In
diana railroad was held here to-dnj. The
old hoard of directors was re-elected ex
cept T. J. O'Brien, who takes the place of
IV n. Stockhrldge. deceased. Tho Increase
ot net earnings for 'he jear was JS3.9.1.
Tho Increase of net earnings for tho jear
was JW.W1. but after providing for ln;etet.
a detlclt of WI3,(K0 exists. . O. llugh.irt
was re-elected president.
Mr, Kgiin 111 I'ortliml.
Portland, Ore., March 6 -John M. Ijgan,
manager for the General Managers Asso
""tlSn ill irlnff the great strike last sum
mer Is In the city, lis name Is mentioned
'connection with the receivership of ho
Oregon Short Line In cae the court
grants the petition for a separate . , ecel er
-Mr. Lgan si.ucs, ra . ',",,,; ili.i,,
on nrlvate business nnd that his visit lias
no connection with tho Short Line case.
tiii: m.w ,iai'ami: itti:.viv.
It Has Hi en liirin illy Itntllleil by Ills
Mnjistj tli Ibnpiror.
Washington. Mnrch -The emperor of
Jap in has foimally executed the latlllci
tlon ot the new treaty with the United
States, and the document baa Just been
forwarded. It Is expected to arrive here
March SO, and the ceremony of exchange
ratlllcatlons will bo held shortly after.
Tim Japanese ratification is an Imposing
document, drawn on parchment, and hear
ing tho Impel lal arms and other insignia
neconipnnjlng tho peisonal signature of the
President Cleveland's ratification In be
hall nf the United States Is expected to
reach Japan about the same time, so th it
the exchange of ratlllcatlons will occur
nearly simultaneously In Toklo, or Hiro
shima, and lu Washingioii. Minister Hit
rlno will present the cmpeior's approval to
Secretary Ore-linm, but tho ceremony Is
expected to bo informal.
Havo jotl given our Weir City and Cher
okee egg coal a trial? Tor domestic use It
has no superior. Placo jour order for a
ton of this coal and ou will uso no other.
Price, J5 T5 per ton delivered.
CUNTKAf, COAL AND COKE CO,
Telephone fill. Keith & Perry bldg.
GOING TO CHICAGO TO-NIGHT ?
The Burlington fast train "Ell" leaves at
5 SO. Tho only lino serving meals on the
cafo plan between Kansas City and Chi
cago, In addition to regular meal service.
This entire train Is equipped with all mod
ern improvements. Service unexcelled.
TO UXCIIANOi: in room modern house
Ptospect ave, near Independence, owner
leaving city and will exehnngo for rental
property, property cost SlOflw, nnd Is too
good to rent. II. L. JOHNSON .v, CO.
100 N. Y. Life bldg
btuo collar with silver chains; responds to
nnntu of "Home " Suitable rewind It re
tiirred to 'Tantasm.i Co.," Clifton house.
MJ Walnut St.
III3AL KSTATR TIl.VNSl'lillS.
NOU.MAN it. ItOBUUTSON.proprletors ot
abstracts and examiners of land titles. No.
16 East bixth Btreet, furnish dally the
transfers of real estato Hied In the record
ers olllco at Kansas City, Mo.
Notice AH transfers nppe-arlng In our
dally reports contain covenants of general
wairanty unless otherwise stated.
Donatus Math to J. L. Wand; part
lot 1, Dickson park i 173
Alice Tnigeon to Ilenson Bond; lots
13 and CI, Clndwlck's second ad
B. I- Hnmniett nnd wife to I'list
National Hank of Jefferson Cits;
part lot 1. block 1, Worcesier puis 2,C23
V. M Bites to M, K. nnd T. Trust
Company; lot near Ninth nnd Wall
Jesso It. Young and wlfo to W. !',
Snottswood; lot i. iiownians sun
division IJlUa A. Mn)er and husband to A K.
Hiebgeii; lot 11, Salghninn placo...
B. W. Sly to Charles A. Wills; lot 15,
block 2, N D. Allen's addition.. .
11. i:. Holmes and wife to Kato U,
Sn)der, lot C, block 7, Westminster.
Amanda Pnrr and husband to Wado
Hampton et all narthenst iiuarter
of northeast quaiter, section 31,
township 18, range 33
K. L. Mills and wlfo to A. B. Knepp;
south halt lot 13, Mmrny hill
Mary W. Stewart and husband to C,
P. Stewart, lot 0, Clouser S. Cole's
George Dugan to David Hughes; lot
10. block -I, Mefloe's et nl
Willis Cl. Mjers mid husband to A.r,
Hlckmers: lot 1, block S.subdlvlslon
north half Westminster ,
John Cl. Itcardln anil wlfo to W. L.
Olasgoa; lot 79, Clreenvlew
II. (1 T. Jlartlit and wife to Clara
U. Smith: lot 21 and part lot 23,
block li. Prospect Summit
II. C Kumpf to George Kumpf; lots
2H, 33, 31, block 1. et al, Bunker
W. Klistcd to Woodson Hocker;
west M feet lot 2i'i, Wllheis place,.,.
W. W. Brady and w Ifo to Merchants'
Loan nnd Trust Company; lot 10,
Stevens' addition ,!.
JI. S. Sallsbuty and wlfo iiMary A,
Poarty: part southwest quarter
section 31, township V), range 31,,
C P. Deathernge nnd wife to Atlas
Investment Company; lot3 3, I, 35
and 37, Bend place ,,,,
It. 11. Togaity and wlfo to M. 8.
Salisbury; part southwest quar
ter section 31, township DO. rango
Jeremv franklin and wife to Mabel
P. Wnlkei : lots 19 and 20, block D,
Kato Cloodln place
Hlkabeth Marsh and husband to
Merchants' Loan and Trust Com
naiiy; part lot It. Beaumont
John Kehn and wife to Peter J,
Klenver: lot 21 Deardorlf nlace.
Fanny Cravens, executor, to Flor
ence k. jianiey; lot li, Linvvoou
Je3so 11. Young, trustee, to W. F.
Spottswood; lots 13, 15, 17 and 23,
Bowman's subdivision., 11,000
roit sAt.ti-iiiiM, r.ii-ATn.
UP. VI, r.STATt: AT AUCTION.
Kansas fit), .Mo, Match t, I11,
To tho Public,
It Is proposed lo Inaugurate the ale ot
Heal IMtate nt nih tlnn In Kins.is City
through the Heal Bstate Ilxrhange
(Ither ei hntutes sell propertv tlmt wav,
why hot ours It mij be nceessary to
saerllho some fopert) even below Hu
present low v ilue, but the start must bo
made If nn) thing Is done and some of our
customers say "sell," Tho Ibt Is submitted
below. You wilt observe that none of
them nre IiIrIi prlicd. but they arc nil
clean, attractive properties In different
sctlons of tho ells. 1'liey nre listed at
their cash Value We start them at two
thirds of the listed prlie, then the sales
nre nhsoluto to the highest bidder, Terms
made known on evening ot the sale, Ab
stract of titles, Including Judgment and
tnx cerllllenlcs nnd warranty deed, furnish
ed with ench propcrt). Ten per cent of th"
cash pn)inent lo he made nt time of sne,
lulntiro within tliltty divs. Dxchnlige on
See ond lloor of New York Life Building,
over Missouri Rivlngs bank. Kntrance on
Delaware slrect. , ,. ..
Time, next Moml iy, Mnrch II, 189,, S
No 1-t.ol C., block 2, resurvev of Whip
ple's second addition, lr03 MerCler. about
I feet nbove grnde, 8 room frnme rottnge,
cistern, sheds, , tc , 25x73 clenr, $1."J
No 2-Lot 11, block 4, Klrby's nddlllon to
Arninbrdnle, 1221 Peniisvlvanla avenue, on
grade. .. room frnme, lot 23xlle, ' duo
Mnrch 2i l'l. (M
No 3 Lot P. block I, Klrb)'s nddlllnn to
Armourlale (would bo 12W Pi nns)lvnnla
live), lot 2."tir., on grade, Sir."
No 4-Lnt in, block I. Klrbs's nddltlon
to Armnurdale (would be 1211 Pennsylvania
nve.), lot r.xlir, feet, nn grade. Jli?
No 5 Lot 1, block 1, Orchard place,
southwest corner list and Penn st;., va
cant, about three feet above grade, lot ..Ox
"No lrart of lots fl nnd 70, south levv
v.icnnt (would bo 237 V. R3rd st.), nbollt u
feet nbove grade, lot ."0x103, JCO)
No 7-P.art of lots 70 and 71. Kn'ith , lew-,
vacant (would be 23) U Mrd st ). o'al(0,
nbniil n feet nbove grade, 1T&.
No. S-Lot 21, lialsey fc Dudles's addi
tion, vacant (would be 47 Longmenilow
ave ), -10x110, nbout 3 feet above gride. JVOT
No. 9-West half of lot 2 block I,
Matthews ft Hill's addition, vacant tinrth
west comer Ulma and Brooklyn, 22'2xll!,
on grnde, ?G7ii.
No. UV-Lot 0.-., Potilh Windsor vncant
(would he 3113 Undid ave 1, M1vl..0, on
':rftwS,iPin,r. loan . THUsrco.
Agents, li) West Ulghth street,
Jl fii Pllll ACHi: for T acres line land
In fruit; house nnd oiitbullillni's; on trans
pollution Bast, nnd oulv , mile from city
hnilts. This 'HiSrL.POjrof?NN'V!,CO,."U'
R l(n N. Y. Lite bldg.
WATi: ItnAI, I3STATR.
WANTUD A birgaln. We were oltered
Jl.onn to-dav for an S room modern brick;
asphalt pivement; plumbed; bith. but
no furnace; on corner; If )ott can neat It
40J N. Y Life bllg
WANTUD 10 to CO acres within 30 miles
of Knnsas City and near it good town, will
give good S room houso and 10 ft. Ill Kan
sas City, nnd some cash
II. L. JOHNSON R- CO .
4ii9 N Y. Life bldg
I'AItM WANTUD In exchange for 10
roomed brick modem residence on fine cor
ner, and block of brick ll.its pa)ing J100
per month rent value Jjoooo
II. L. JOHNSON .v CO ,
109 N. Y. Lite bldg.
ntcYci.us I iii;Ycr.i:-1 1
WU want a joting man In every town lu
Missouri, Kansas and Nebiaslti to handle
our wheels tret our catalogue and pi Ices
to agents. KANSAS CITY HICYCLU CO .
10S7 and 10J9 Brotdwny, Kansas Cltj.Mo
SAPUS opened ami rcpnlred, bought and
sold Combination loi Its denied and
chnnged II. HAHHIOAN. Bxpert,
Telephone 12SI 103- Hast Tenth st.
II" YOU WANT good old-tnshlon butter.
milk or cream, go to McCllntock's rcstau
rant, 920 Walnut street
MHS. L. JAMUS, tho' well known clalr
vos.ant and trance medium, mas bo con
sulted at 1J03 Grind ave ; parlors 39 and 40.
(l-lrst nubllcatlon March 4th. l9j 1
NOT1CI1 OP THUSTUU'S SALU-Where-as.
on July 31st, 1SS9, lklward A. Phillips and
Umma Phillips, bis wife, made, txecuted
and delivered their deed of trust foi the
purposo of securing tha pajnunt of their
bond for the sum ot JG.DuOOO In said deed
ot trust described, wherein they eonvesed
to tho unde'i signed, David II Uttlen,
trustee, the following described real es
tate, situ ited lu the county of Jackson
and statu of Missouri, to-wlt; The noith
half of lot number four hundred and tvven
15 -nine (19) of block number thirty-two
li') In McOee's addition to the CIt of Kan
sas, now Kansas Clt), Missouri, according
to a lecorded plat thereof, together with
nil tho Improvements thereunto belonging.
And vv linens, on tho 2nd day of August,
180 nt 11 l" o'clock a. m , said deed of
tiust was duly reeorded In book B 375
at page 139 of tho records of said Jackson
county Missouri; and, whireis, said dted
of trust provides that upon non-piynent
of tho debt secured by s ild deed ot trust
by the makers thereof, the property therein
described may be sold by tho trustee for
tho purposu of l.ilslng tho luonej to p iy
the debt thereby secured; and, whereas,
said Indebtedness Is now past duu and un
paid: now, therefore, public notice Is hereby
given that I, tho undersigned, Divld 11
"ttlcn the trustee named In said deed ot
trust, under and bs vlttuo of tho uuthotlty
vested la, mo by said deed ot trust, ot tho
request of the owner ot said bond, will
nrocee'd to sell tho above described real
estate, at public vendue, to tho highest
bldded, for cash, at the south front door
of tho new county court house In Kansas
Cits'. Mtssoutl. being the building In Kan
sas Cits'. Jackson county, Missouri, In
which tho clicult comt of said Jackson
county Is now hold, on Wcdnesd iy, tho
"7th day of March, 19', between tho hums
of 9 o'clock In the fmenooii and 5 o'clock
In tho afternoon of said daj, for the pur
pose of lalslng tho money to piy tho
amount of said Indebtedness, with Interest
and costs of cxcutlng this trust.
DAVID H UTT.UN. Trustee.
mitltY & SMALL. Attorneys.
THUSTUU'S HALU-Ily reason of def uilt
In tho payment of interest on a certain pi n.
clpal promlssoiy note described In a deed of
tiust executed by Uiigeno J Dietrich and
UlUaheth C, Dietrich, his wife, to tho un
fit rslKiieil trustee, dated December 5th, lv
illed for record December 6th, lisS, In the
ulllcu of tho lerotder of deeds for Jnckson
county, Missouri, lu book B 3J3, nt pioO
3S0, I, the undersigned trustee, will, pur
suant to tho terms of said deed of trust,
and at tho request of the legal holder of
said note, sell at public vendue, to tho
highest bidder, for cash, all of lot number
ten (10), In Ludlow place, nu addition to
tho City ot Kansns (now Kansas Clt)),
Jackson county, Missouri, nt tho west door
of tho United Stntes custom house, at the
southeast corner of Ninth and Walnut
streets, In Kansas City, Jackson counts",
Missouri, on tho 22d day of March, Haj,
between tho hours of nine o'clock .n the
forenoon and live o'clocu In the afternoon,
for tho purpose of satlsfslng the said In
debtedness and the tost of executing this
trust. MILTON MOQUU. Trustee.
NOTICU TO 3TOCKHOLDUBS Notice
Is hereby glv en that thu annual meeting of
the stockholders of the Kansas City, Clin
ton A- Springfield Hallway Company will
bo held at Its ottl-o ill Kansas City, Mo , on
Wednesday, the 14th day of Jltireh, lbtj, m
9 o'clock u. m for the election of dlrectots
and tho transaction of such other business
as may legally tome before tho meeting.
QUOItai: Jl. NUTTLUTON, President,
J. 8. FOHD, Secretars .
Kansas Cits'. Mo., February 23. 1835.
NOTICH TO STOCKHOLDUHS Notlcu
Is hereby given that the annual meeting of
the stockholders of the Ciiiient lllver Hall,
toad Company will be heblat Its otllca In
Kunstis City. Mo., on Wednesday, thu J3th
day of March. 19. at 9 o'tlock a. m , for
the election of directors and tho transac
tion of such other business as may legally
come before tho meeting.
IKOIU.K H. NUTTLUTON, President.
J. S. FOBD. Sectetaiy.
Kansas City. Mo . February 2S. 1835.
NOT1CU The annual meeting of tha
shareholder of tho Metropolitan Invest
ment Company will bo held at the Midland
hotel. In Kansas City, Mo., at 9 a. in. Tues
day, Maich li, 189o, to select a boaid of
directors for the ensuing scar.and to trans
act any other business that may come be
fora said meeting. W. A. BUNKEH.
A. HILTON, Secretary, Pres't.
WAN rKI-MAI,H Hill,!.
WANTLD 1 ravelin! snbMticn to can
Vups the trade In Iowa, Iniinnn nnd Illi
nois for rt No 1 selling nrtb b n a side
line; sells Itself on sight; 20 per cent com
mission, samples free. Address the Ail
Juslnblo Shnde Hanger MIr Co., Chamber
nt Comniirio bldg,, Knnsas City, Kas.
WANTLD 3alesnieii-Men In every town
to sell otii ttio Pants made to miMSiiie,
We tnnko more pnntn to meiistiro than nlty
tnlluiliig estnbllshnient In Aimrlci, iilnl
we innke the bett. Pol Irrins, nddrers
Faultless Custom Pallia Co., 2M Wnhnsli
nve, Chicago, III.
WANTUD A llrst-clnss representative In
every clt) and county ror it novilty itrtu le
Used lu iv cry houecholil April) to Buffalo
ttlnsn Hnlllng Pin Co,, 517 Hems .1 street,
Buffalo, N. Y.
WANTUD -Hellablo salesmen lo c irrv
our oils ninl greases n speilnllv or side
line. ALLUN OIL AND ilHHAHt: CO,
WANTUD-Immediately, three news
ngents on inllroiii! Call on Southern Hall,
way News Co., 101. Union nve
WANTUD-Llve III in as solicitor to take
Interest In iimiufiictutlnif business. RM0
U. 11th st.
,1- VM,t, .- ... ....... ... t........ I.I..
Illli. 1LI' IJ V UtlllK HI' II eu ii-im h-.l--
grnpns .inn, iv in j. ki lion, niiiiuii. ivius
i. i i.i i iinien iie'tiiiuiK ite-tp m siiua
tlons call at 9 Went r,th Rt . room 9.
WANTUD .1 live young men; wages 13
per da). CI1 Main st , upstairs
WANTUD -Ladles lo do fane) work at
home. Deliny Needlework Co .Dolray.Mlch.
WANTUD Agents JJO to J10 per day
easily miiilo In niiy locnlltv Wo furnish a
11IH3 of samples rice and nllnw to p. r cent
commission for selling Particulars free,
or wo will mall a sampln of our goods In
sterling silver upon receipt of ttu cents In
stmnpH, Standard Hllveiwnro Co, Boston,
SITUATION WAVrilll KnilAI.i:,
b three eldetly wonien, have also some
good girls for general houowork, cooking,
etc. Canadian Uinploytnent olllee, 101'j 11,
12th. Tel. 1179.
SI rlTAI ION WANri'.D-SIAI.U.
WANTUD hltil.atlon on a faun hv n
man and wlfo without children, nie )oung,
strong and thorough!) understand their
business Ciinidl.in eiuplosinent olllco,
101'i U. 12th. Tel. 1179.
mti't.tivviiiN r Acr.M'tus.
and furnished rooms, lfi3 Uast 12th. coi
Walnut. Til. 1179. The best place In K. O,
Mo., to llnd help or situations, malu or
female; II years' experience. Hef Omaha
Nut. bunk, Omaha; Citizens' Innk, K. C.
to ltu.NT iinrsns,
TO HUNT A nice thi'eo room dwelling
onlv four blocks from Minnesota nnd
within olio block of two tieet car lines
Cnll at tJin Journal branch otllce, In tl e
Chamber of Commerco bldg
II) BUNT KIIIIMs.
TO BUNT Large store room and one
room nbove, cor. 8th mid Miln, after March
23 Would lc.ne and remodel April) to
S. T. 11. ATT, (M Deliwaie.
TO HUNT Ono elegant olllco room nnd
one snito In the Jnurnnl bldg Bent rca
sonnble Apply to tho Journal Co.
to m:.vr misc'i:m.ani:oi's.
TO BUNT Ulegant olllees lu the Journal
bldg nt reasonable rates. Apply to tho
TO HUNT -110 hoii'es anil stores. U JI.
Wright & Co , Masonic building
MONUY TO LOAN.
TO LOAN Farm loans placed promptlv,
N H K.ansis nnil N. W Mlssouil; annual
Interest, privilege of paving any time, cur
rent rates, loins for sale to Invesiois
JA.MF.S I, LOMBAltn,
Over First National Innk
B AND C, pun CUNT money on business,
residence and faun prupcrtv: unusually fa
vorable tirnis Apply to Homer Heed or
Then Nnsh, P"l Bioiulvvay.op Coatos house.
TO LOAN Kims is Cltv (Impioveil) loans
placed promntl); large loans per cent;
small loans fA. to lis per cent, In ins for
salo to Investors JAMUS L MJIIUIIl),
Over First Nntlonnl bank
C, 0 AND 7 PUB C UNf money, on city nnd
farm properties, building loans m ide
II. W MUSSON, 202 American Ilk. Bldg.
MONUY TO LOAN direct. C, 7 and S per
cent. H. L JOHNSON .v. CO ,
N. Y. l.lfo building
ONU THOUSAND private, to loin cheip
on real estate 1J3I Ur.iml nve., loom 1
TO CONTHACTOHS We have some sec
ond-hniid th Inch and li inch steel rope, In
llrst-class condition, which we will sell at
rcatnn.iblH Ilgiius Wo havo two pieces of
tho ' Inch ropo ISO feet 111 length, one pleco
of the Inch iopo 'M feet In length and a
few pieces from 30 to 40 feet long This inpo
villi bo found to be very suitable mid ilo
Ir.ibln for eontractois foi uso on their
deirl'ks, e tc ele
T1IU JOURNAL COMPANY.
WINDOW Shades, with llxtuits. He
Havo fringed hhndes nt ISc.
Op tque Shades, 3Je, 3V, ISO.
chcnlllii Portleies, 5J 9S.
Tablo Covers. 73u
Tablo Oil Cloth, best quality. 1'c.
UMBICH ou Main
CIIUAPUH COAIr-Best glades of soft
coal, Including Farmeis', .' 75 per ton.
Cheaper gindes, f2i
.MBS. N. MILLF.H. JB .
II West Mo nvo
I'HIVATU bnino for 1 idles during con
fluiinent Address 1SJS llolnies streit, Kan
sas Clt), Mo
IF sou want Interest In good patented
household article call at loom 15, Masanlo
WANTUD Some peison living In thn
nelghboihood of 12th nnd Undid to woik
good garden on shares. Call at 1W0 Uast
i;tti stnet for further particulars.
roit sai.u siisci:i.i,am:ous.
CAHDINAI. Prints, 4'sn 5 mil
Uxtrn quality Fast Black Sateen, 10c.
S'l Inch All Silk WindHom, 19o,
Ungllsh Merino Fndeivvear, medium
weight, SOc, iaillli'H'H. wc .Minn.
I"!!! tT r'l"Vi wt nw nil nt n olnm V. fill
drilling outllt. 302 Mass. building.
l'tesldent N'lco I'rLsldent.
H. L. HAIUUS,
MIDLAND TUANSFF.lt CO.-Frelght
and baggago transferred to and from nil
depots, Furniture moved nnd packed by
experts, 407 and 40) W)andotte st Kan
sas City, Mo, Telephone 1317,
t'LUAMMl AMI UI'IIOI.SI'.
BAl'NDHHH & Whlte.lOU U. 18th street,
phone 2u9o. Hellttlng and laving carpets .1
specialty; upholstering of nil kinds; mat.
tiesses innovated, liefer to Doggett D. (1,
Co. mid Hobt. Keith Fur, Co.
IJl'lv illlei.m "a ' .", -ju iinsieiy lur
ladles, gents and children can't bo matched
dsuwhero at tho samo prices. Ladles' 512",
Oxford Ties, 87c; Ladles' and dents' i 00
Shoes. fl.BS. ' UMRICII, t.03 Main.
itAVU NUW and safe bulldlnir for furnl.
turo storage. Advunces made; picking and
shipping done. JOHN A. HAM US,
80b Walnut st. Tel. 2030. Manager,
xi., v nowMrs. Mallnda Meirtnev wife
of James F. MeAdovv, Wednesday at S3-)
a. ra , at her residence, 1608 Baltimore ave
nue, ot heart failure.
Tho funeral will be conducted prlvatel).
UllAI, Mil 1 1, US.
NOTICi: OF THUsn.US SAIiU-Wherc
(is, annuel F. focott and Mary .!., Scott,
his wife, by thrli deed of trust dated the
"th .day of November, 190, which Mid
deed of trust was on the th day of No
vember, 1JW, duly recorded In book II 4 e.
nt page 110, ot the reeords of Jnckson
counts, Missouri, conve)cd to tho under"
flgnel David II. Lttlen. trustee, the fol
lowing described prop rty hi Jnckson
countv nnd state nf .Missouri, lo-vvlt: Com;
incnclne nt n point In the south ,llne of
the nnrthvvist nu irter of section nineteen,
township fortx -nine, range thirty-three,
west of the flf Hi principal meridian, dis
tant eight hundred nnd lltty feet cist
ftcm the southwest corner of said norm
west quarter of said section nineteen,
thence north three hundred nnd ""'" "J
and 2...100 feet, thence west one hundred
nnd nlhetv rect, thence north six hundred
nnd llfty nnd tc-ii.) feet, thence east live
hundteil nnd thirty-live and SMM tctt,
thence south ten imndred and three and
S0.r) feet to the south line ot the north
west quarter of said section nineteen, thence
y.'A lhToe hundred nnd fnrtvllve and
M-iai feet to the 'til ice of bediming. This
deed s n,ie siiMeet to right of way tot
public road running over the sou h end
of snld trnet nf inn I thirty feet wide, nnd
Is suhleet to right of vvnv for public road
or street known as Buntnn nvenue tblrtv
feet wide over the west side of said trnet
of Innd In trust to secure the three prin
cipal real estnln bonds In said ileed of
Jr"" VcrlUca : nnd, whereas, the bond
f?.1. J1'000 'lue on or before November 1.
H'1. nnd the bond for Jo.CVI due on or be
fore November 1, s, nr" due nnd un;
mid: nnd, whereas, said Buniiel F. Rn
has failed lo piv the tnxes ntirt, assess
merits lev lel ngalnst sold land ien the
same beennin due nnd nnynbie: wllrefore
'il.l ,,h,0,' of al' Iniiebtcdiiess beenme
due nnd pnyable nnd Is now unpaid. Now,
hercfore public notice li hereby Ki
lint I. the undersigned, David II. Ut .en.
the trustee nnmid In 'nil deed of trust, nt
the request nf the holder nnd ownrr or
rnld notes, under nnd bv virtue ot Jne
power to me riven, wl'l on Saturday, the
ninth day nf Mnrch. iw. proceed to sell
the property hereinbefore described nnd
nny and everv part thereof, at public
vendue to the highest bidder, nt the south
front door nf the new enuntv court hou".
In Knnn City, Missouri, being the bul'd"
lnc n Knnsi, cltv, Jackson Vountv, Mis
souri, In which the circuit cnurt of said
Jnckson county Is now held, far cash, be
tween the hours of nine o'clock In the
forenoon and nve o'clock In the nftcrnoon
of sidd dav, to pav the cost ot executing
th trust nnd the .amount duo on said un
DAVln II. UTTIUN. Trustee.
Unnrd C Wrlsht Attorney.
THUtTHU'H tIALli-Whereas. Adelaide
M. Cnrle nnd Oliver C. Carle, her husband,
bv their certnln deed of trust dated the
thirteenth dav of .time, A I) 1R. and re
enrde, nn the eighth dav of July, A. D
If". In book II 111 nt page CM In the nf
(lee ,,f Hie recorder nf deeds for Jackson
countv Mlsseiirt at Knnsns Cltv, eonveved
to David II Ilttbn. trustee, the following
described renl estate, situated In tho countv
nf Jnepoon nnd state of Missouri, tn-wlt:
The snuthW'st qunrier of Ihe northwest
quarter of the northeast quarter, nnd nil
thnt portion of the smith hnlf nf the north
enst quarter tvlng we-t of the Hie- Blue
river, except n strip eight rods In width oft
the soti'h end thereof, nil bdng In section
twelve (121 township fortv-nlne (PI north,
ringe ihlrtv-throe ill), west nf the firth
prlndnal meridian containing In nil fifty
four ("I) ncres more or less, according to
rovernmeni survev to secure three prin
cipal tenl estate bonds, nnd coupons there
to nttnehed, in snld deed nf trust described;
nnd where is the snld renl estnte bonds In
snld di-ed nf trust described are now ,1'ic
nnd unpaid; anl whereas, the snld Ade
Inlle M. Cnrle nnd Oliver C Cnrle her
Inn-band have failed to piv the tnxes for
1W1 levied nnd nsse-sed ncnlnst snld prop
ertv, bv ren-on whereof thrt holder of
said bonds hns been compelled to nnv the
sam under the terms nf said deed of
Irusi; row, therefore, at the request nf the
legil holder of said real cetnte bonds nnd
raid deed of trust nnd In nccnnlsnee with
the nowers vested In me bv said deed nf
trust. I. (he undersigned trustee, will p-o-eeed
tn sell the nbove deserlbed renl estate
nt nubile snle 10 the highest bidder for
ensh nt the front door of the building In
Knnsas Cltv Missouri In which the circuit
court 3f said Jnel.snn county Is now held
being the snulh fro, door of the court
bnuse In said illy situated on the block
hnuml on the snuth bv Missouri nvenue
nn the ent bv Iwienst street, on the north
bv Fifth street nnd on tho west bv Oak
street, on Monday, tho 11th day of
March A D 1C13 between the hours nf
nine o'cTnek In the forenonn nnd five o'clock
In the aftcrnnnn of snld dav, nnd will npph
thn prneeeds of said sale to th payment of
tlie costs nnd expenses of snld sale, nnd tn
tho pavment of the Indebtedness secured
bv snld ilefd of trust.
Dated Kansas C'ty Missouri, Februnry
DAVID II UTTir.N. Trustee.
Perdue . Borlnnd. Attnrnev s
TVTmBW, Ttepe arin Ttnmt nnd Tnhn
Vnn Brunt her husband, bj- tbejr deed nf
trust dated the 17th day nf April 1"0, nnd
reenrbd In tho nlTlce of the reeorder of
deeds of Jnckson county, Missouri nt Knn
Fis City, In honk TI No 4.!2, nt pnee "t did
ennvev to the Undersigned trustee the fol
lowing deseilhed renl stnte slp.nt.d In
Jnckson enuntv Missouri to nil The west
nine tv-three pill feet nf lot immbi two (2)
in block number seven (7) in Merrlnm
plnee nil nddltlon to Knns is Cltv, M'sourl
bdng a parcel nf lnnd fronting flftv CO)
feet on Ihe cist si le nf Penn street In said
cltv, btwr 11 l'th nnd loth ts nnd run
ning back enst that width for HI feet In
trust, tn secure the pij-ment of the nronils.
Forv note nnd Interest tlnrenn of the snld
Hope nnd .Tnhn Vnn Brunt. In snld deed nf
trust described and, where is default hns
been nisde In the piivment of one install
ment of Interest nn --a'd ante, and the psme
rcmnlns due nnd nnpild; now, therefore,
nntlee j hereby "Ivnn that, nt the renin st
of the legal hid ler of paid note nnd bv
virtue nf pn'ver In me vested bv sn, deed
nf trust. I, the undersigned trustee, will nn
Saturday, the "11 dnv nf March, 1W nnd
pt..-een Ihe hours nf 9 n m nnd K n m nf
that dnv, proceed tn sell the real estnte
nbove deserlhe.1 nt public vendue to tho
highest bidder for ensh nt the vest door
of the Fnltrd Slates pn-toftlee building,
FOiithenst corner nf 1th nnd Walnut streets.
In Kansas Cltv. Inekson county, Missouri,
to satisfy and piv off snld note nnd Inter
est, nnd the costs nf executing this trust
HUNHY STI'BUVUAFCH. Trustee
S-nmmon. Crosby A Stubenraueh, Att'ys.
THUSTUU'S SALU-lly reason of default
in tho pnsiuent of a ceilaln proniHsui)
note mid In the lntili-4 thcieon, ih"..ilbid
In the dml of trust dited the .'ith day of
.liiiiunr), Pb9 given b) I U Mulvey. and
Mull C Muhiy, his wife-, lllcd for rccoid
In tho ollke of the leconler of deeds foi
Jackson itmut), at Knnsas ('In, .Missouri,
on the ih day of Januaiy, Us9, nnd there
ncoide-d in book II 213. ut p igo 391, I will,
between the hours of 9 o'llook In Ilm fore
noon and " o'clmk In the afternoon, on
Moudii), the Sth ill) of April, lsjl, nt the
south door ot the court house In the Clt)
of Kaus is, In thu county ot Jackson, statu
of Mlssouil, at the request of the legal
holdei of said note, sell lit public am Hon,
to the highest bidder, fur cash, all of lots
ten (10) and llfleen (IS), In block one (1). nil
01 lots nine (9) and sixteen (lid In ,Pk
two (2), all of lots three 3), thirteen (13)
and twi'i1t-D'0 (22), In bloi k three (I), nil
of lots one (1) nnd eighteen (IS), In block
four (l. and all of lots thiw (1) and eight
1 en (IS), In block live (1), n Lieu ell) n
nnnen, nn addition to tho Cltv of Knnsns,
county of JaekJon mid st Uo nt Missouri ,
shown by the recorded pi it thereof, nnd np.
lily the proceeds of said s lie to the pav
ucnt of the Indebtedness secured by m,i
lieed of trust. ?"0VtoN wr)IIx.Yx'.,1,ln'f
tills trust. ..tuitiUN WOLLMAN,
Trus t ee.
"UoTlCi: OK STOCKHOLDUILV .MBl.T-"
Ing-A i.ieetlng of the sloekholders of tho
paliiio Mutual Telegiaph Company will i,S
held at tho otllco of thu compiny, No. 7 a
uVlawuro street, Kansas city, 'jackeori
cui uty. -Mlss,ll"cl.Vnt,cI,imV "'''"ok a m . on
Filclay March Sth. Ui; for tho puiposu o,
electing directors ot ho company, uiutjid.
lng the b-laws and tho ttani irtloii of
such othei busluets us may pioi.crly tonio
K,r. lu. stockholders.
W. II. BAKUH,
r.. C, PLATT
J, O. STUVUN3.
I.. D, PAHKUIl,
J A COBBY,
a n rilANni.cn. President. ,,lrccto"'
in STUVF.NS Secretars'.
J Kansas City, Mo , Ucb. II. IS93.
Nonci: is hereby given that the un
dersigned, as trustee, will sell at public
vendue to th highest bidder, for cash, on
Tuesday, the 2Cth day of March, 1S95, at
the court house door. In tho city of inde
pendence. Jackson county, Missouri, tho
follow Ins real estate situated In sail coun
ts, viz., lots nine, ten, eleven, twelve,
th rtetn, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen and sev
enteen, all in block eleven in the town of
Buckner. by virtue ot the power given him
bv u e-ertaln deed of trust, dated January
litli, 1891. and recorded on January 20th.
1591, In tho recorder s ofllco of said countv
at Independence, In book 190 nt page 4id
wheieby Chris Stephnti nnd Helena Steph
on, his wife, conve)ed said real estate to
the undersigned as trustee to secure the
payment of the promissory note In said
deed described: default having been nuda
In the payment of said noto and the legal
holder of same having requested the un
dersigned to sell said real estate to satis
fy said debt and the costs ot executing ths
trust. W. II. HOLKE. Trustee.
I. 111! VI. .MlTirV..
W IIDttUAM. William W Perkins rt, 1
Belle M Perkins, his wife, grnntors, by
tin ir deed uf trust dnled the seventeenth
ibij of Aprd, eighteen nun IN 1 nnd time y.
le orded In the otllce of th. recorder of
deeds of Jm kson county, Missouri, nt Knti.
siis CM), mi the fume date. III book It 4H,
pagis ISO to lCi, hnlll IllelllSlve, conve)el
to Jefferson Brnmbi k the following de
scribed hind In Knnsns Clt), Jnckson ioup
tv, Missouri, to-wlt, A part of Ihe Ian I
nnvf)td to Daniel L Hhouse bv Tholii-"Ot
M Daniel nnd wife by deed ditei
July I, ISV., molded In book Y, page rul,
Ih the recorder's nines' of Jnckson count),
Missouri, thus boun led, vlr! Beginning
on the enst lino ot Main street, In the
Clly of K insns, nt i point which Is the
west end ot the middle line of the south
stone foundation wnll of a terlnln three
storv brkk store building, errcted bv Anni
Count lly, nnd In htr possession till she
tome) nl the proper!) b) deed dilfd Feb
runry !, n;i, to llarnum llrown; thcil'O
e.astcrl) .along mid lie line of sm h founda
tion wall mid prolongation of such middle
line lo the west line of the alley In tilm k
Unlit II),. In .MeDinlel'a addition to said
fill of Kansas; thence north nhnig surli
nlley to a point which shall be In n pro
longation of a middle line of the north
foiin latlon wall of slid thren story brick
building, so erected bv said Anna Con
nelly, thence wrstiv irdly from such point
lo the east en 1 of sill middle line of sail
north foundation wnll, nnd theme west
erlv ntong the middle line of said north
foundation wall to the cast line of said
Mnlu street, and thence southerly to the
plai e of beginning, being a lot of land
supposed to have a front of twenty-three
and clght-tivclfths (:i S.12) feet 011 Main
street, mid commonly known ind deslg
tinted nn lot nuinbei seven (7), In block
eight (V), In Menanlel's nddltlon to the Cltv
of Kansas, except so nun h of slid lot
s"icn 17) lis lies smith nf the middle lino
of eild south found illon wall and the
prolongation thereof, tho land ennvev cd
bv snld deed of trust being same eonvesed
bv following deeds, recorded In said 1 reord
ers oilli e, to-wlt. Deed to Anna Council),
book 8i, pigo III; deed dated August 31,
1x71, to siid Alum Connelly, book pige
213. deed d tied Febni.ar) ti, 171, to Harmon
Brown, book It 7, page (25, and convey
ance Is subject tn pirty wall contract
mentioned hi such deeds, nnd also
that of January 9, 1W, book B
'. page 20s, nnd being Ihe nmo
land ciiiivoved to William W, Perkins bv
James F. Cnnnver and Ceorgc II Conover
mid their wives by died ilaled thn lith day
of June, IV.S7, reconled lu book II number
2',2, page r,JT, nil rights under liny nnd all
pait wall eontinctn nlTcctlng slid land,
mid nil tights concerning pirts wnlls stip
ulated In nnv dent convevlng snld land
all tights under any nnd nil lenses nf slid
land being 1,5 snld den! of trust assigned
to said Briiinbaek, mid all said lnnd mid
rights being b) snld deed of trust colivo)ed
ti secure pasnunt of certain pionilssorv
notes lu sild deed of trust ilescillied, nnd
whereas default wns iiindo III the moment
when due of the Interest notes maturing
fprlv-ctght months mid ilfty-four months
nfti r date, hi snld deed nt trust described,
nnd there now remains duo and unpaid the
whole nf slid Ilfty-four mouths' Interest
note, nnd there has been paid on Slid forlv
elrht months' Inienst note only tho fol
lowing amounts. Two dollars and seventv.
six cuits at maturity, J2i, Juno 12, 18'U,
and $150, July 1, 1S9I, Ihe balance of that
note being due nnd unpaid, now, therefore,
nt tho icquest of the ownti and holder of
snld dun nnd unpaid notes, mid ot the
other notes secured by '.aid deed maturing
thereafter (the notes maturing before snld
defaulted notes having bei 11 paid), notice Is
herein i.lven that snld Ttrumhnck will, as
such trustee, under the lamer In snld deed
nf trust, prnerod to self the piopeitv and
rights herclnbt fore described, and b snld
deiil eonvesed nnd any and ever) part
thereof, at public vendue, 10 tho highest
bidder, at tho court house door, In the City
of Kansas fiuivv called Kansas Clt)), lu the
counts of Jackson nforcsnld, for cash on
Fildiv, the fifteenth day of March, eigh
teen bundled mid ninety-five, between the
hours nf nine o'clock In the foienoon nnd
live o'clock In the nflernoon, tn pay the
bnl nice due on -nld defuiilted notts, and
the costs mid exiiem.es nf executlinr snld
tiust Including compensation to the trustee
for his scrvlcis, nnd nut of the balance of
pioeieds tn pav, ns provided In said deed
of trust the principal mile described there
in with Interest nut Included in Inti rest
notes maturing before that, the cnurt
bnuse dniu nt which such snle will bn
inaile, being the snuth front dnor of the
court house building In Kansas Cits, Jack
son count), Missouri, nn thn block nf
ground bounded by Fifth street. Oik street,
Mlssnuil nvenue and Locust streit In
which building thn clicult court of Jnck
son countv, Mlssouil, nt Kaiisn.s Cltv, will
h held, ni might liw full) be held If In
session, nt the limn of sale, nnd ut which
dnni thn shot In" usually sells luul 011 exe
cution ft nm said court
JUFFUHSON BHUMBVCK. Trustee.
WIIUUHAS. Frank M. Slut, nnd Hester
J Sluti, his wife, grantors, by their deed
of trust dated the tenth das of February,
eighteen hundred and ninety-one, r. corded
on the tenth day of Fcbruars", eighteen
hundred and nlnet)-onc. In the olllco of
the recorder of ileitis ot Jackson county,
Missouri nt Knnsas City, In book B No
4tji., pares CA to 70, both Inclusive, conve)ed
to Jefferson Briimback tho following de
scribed bind In Kansns City. Jackson coun
ty. Missouri, to-wlt All of lot numbered
live hundrul and eighteen (3IO, In block
numbered tblrtv -eight (IS), In Mcflce's ad
dition to tho City of Knnsns (now Knnsas
CH5) ns the snmo Is mniked and desig
nated on the plat of said addition on llle
nnd of record In Ilm olllco of the recorder
of deeds of said Jackson county, in trust to
i-ecure the pas ment of certain promlssorv
notes of even date therein described anil,
whereas, default was mado In tho payment
when due nf the Interest notes miturlng
foity-two months and foitv-elglit months
nfter dnte described In said deed, nnd the
same are wholly unpaid, nnd default wns
undo In tho faithful performance of the
iigieements contained (n snld doul in this,
Hint the Improvements upon the land were
not kept constantly Insiueil against loss b
llro for the sum provided in sold deed, nor
In any other sum, nnd upon December twen
tieth, eighteen hundred nnd ninety-four,
there b. lug no Insurance upon the prop
erty, the third pnrtv In nld deed of trust,
llien owner nnd holder of n'l unpaid note
secured bv s ild deed, procured proper In
Mirnnco upon snld Improvements in the
sum of sevents'-nvo hundred dollars ($7 s00)
for one scar, and paid therefor nlnetv
three dollars and seventv-flve cents (jot 711
no part of which sum has been repaid,
now, therefore, at thn request of the holt,
er nnd evner of snld defnulted nntis, nnd
of tho other notes miturlng therenfter, be.
Ing same part) p.astng for said Insurance,
Ihe other notes maturing before snld de
faulted notes having been nald, notice Is
hereby given thnt snld Bruniback
will, ns such trustee, under tho
power In snld deed, proceed to
s,l the property hereinbefore and
In snld deed described, nnd nny nnd every
pnit thereof, nt public vendue, to the high
est bidder, nt the court hnnm, door, In thn
Cty of Knnsns (now called Knu-ns Cltv), In
the county of Jnckson nforesnld.forcnsh.on
Tiiesdas, the twent)-slxth dav of Mnrch,
eighteen hundred nnd nlnetv-flve, hetween
the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon
nnd llvn o'clock In the nftcrnoon, to piy
sail defaulted notes and the costs and ex
penses of executing said trust. Including
compensation to the trustee, and to repay
the proper proportion of snld sum pnld for
insurance required to enrry snld In-uirance
until dny of sale with Interest ns provided
In said deed, nnd out of the halnncn of
proceed to pa) thn principal of tho prin
cipal note described In said deed nf trust,
with Interest ns In such deed provided,
the court houso door at which such salo
will be made being the south front door
nf the miirt house building In Kansns
City, Jackson counts'. Missouri, on tho
block of ground bounded by Fifth street.
Oak street, Missouri avenue and Locust
rtreet. In which hulldlng the circuit court
nf Jackson countv, Missouri, at Kansas
Cly, will be held or might lawfully ),0
held If In session nt th time of snle, and
nt which door the sheriff usually rells land
on execution from snld cnurt
JUFFUnPOV BHI'MnACK Trustee
THFSrUU'S SALU-lly reason of default
lu the im) nitwit of a principal promissory
note nnd the last maturing Interest note,
described lu a deed of trust. eccuted by
William II Trlenens, unmarried, to tho un.
deislgneil trustee, dated January 16th. 18'ni,
Illed foi reeoid Januaiy "1st. 1(.90, In (ho of.
flee of tho leconler of deeds for Jackson
loiinty, Missouri, In book 11. 311, at paga
2JI, I, the undersigned trustee, will, pursii
tint to tho terms of said deed of trust, and
at thu request of thu legal holder of said
nolis, sell at public, vendue, to the highest
bidder, fur cash, all of lot number four (I).
In block number two (21. lu T. A. Smart's
nddltlon to the Clly of Kansas, now 1 ailed
Kansiu Clt). Jackson loiinty. .Missouri, at
the west door of tho United States custom
house, at tho simUicast corner of Ninth
ami Walnut streets, In Kansas City, Juuk.
son counts, Missouri, on the ISth day of
March. 1891, between tho hours of nine
o'clock In the fortiioan and live o'clock In
the afternoon, for Ihu purpose of satisfy.
Ing Ihe said indebtedness and tho tost of
executing this tiust.
WHIPPLH LOAN AND TUl'ST COM.
PANY, Trustee, by A, A. WHH'l'LU, its
NOl'lCU OF MUUTINO OF DIUUCT
ors Notice Is hereby given that thu direct
ing ot thu Kansas City (V Atlantlo Itallroad
Company will hold a meeting, as required
by tho statutes o( thu slutu ot Mlssouil, ut
the olllces of said company, rooms Nos. 313
and 316 Telephone building, northwest cor?
ner of blxth and W)andottu streets. In
Kansas City, Missouri, on Tucsday.thu 12th
day ot March. 1895. at 9 o'clock a. m. of
said day. for tha transaction ot such busi
ness us may properly come before them.
THEODORE 6. BATUS. President.
FUANCIS AMOUY, Secretary.
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THUSTUU'S SALU Whereas Nicholas
T Uaion nnd Mnmlo Uaton, his wlfe, by
their certniii deed if trust, dated February
::,lt&), ard reconled In the olllco of tho re.
cordir of deeda for Jackson county, stats
of Missouri, nt Knns.as- City, on February
21th. 1W In bonk B 331 nt page 174 con
veje'd to the undersigned, David II. Uttlen,
tho following described renl estate, situ
ate la the county of J ickson. state of Mis
souri to-wlt Lot numbered one hundred
and seventeen (117) nnd lot numbered on
hundred nnd eighteen (IIS). In Koss &
Senrrltc's addition to the City nf Kansas
(now Knnsns City), which said deed of
trust was mndo to secure the payment of
the bonds 01 notes In snld deed of trust
described together with the Interest there
on; and, whereas, default Ins been made In
the pa) ment of some of the sild bonds or
notes and ihe Interest thereon, ro that nil
the Indebtedness secured bv tho said deed
of trust (excepting that part thereof which
has been paid) Is long past due nnd un
paid; now. therefore, nt the request of the
owners nnd holders of sail due and unpaid
bonds or notes nnd Interest notice H here,
bv given thnt I the undersigned, the said
David II Uttlen. In pursiianeo nf th
powers vested In me by snld deed of trust,
will, on Saturday, the 9th day of March.
lv,, between tho hours nf nine o'clock In
tho forenoon and five o'clock In th after
noon, proceed to sell the property hereinbe
fore and In said deed of trust described, at
public vendue to the highest bidder, for
cash at the so.ilh front door of the court
bouse, located hftwesn Missouri avenue.
Oak, Locust nnd Fifth Ftreets. in Kansas
Clt)-, ,n the (ounty nf Jackson, state of
Missouri. Ix'lnc the front door of the build
ing In tho City of Kansas (now Kansas
City. MIsMiurll in which the circuit court
of said Jackson countv Is held, to pay said
unpaid bonds or notes nnd Interest, nnd
the costs nnd expenses nf executing this
trust DAVID H F.TTIUN Trustee
Dated Kansas City. Mo . Feb, 1J. 1S93.
TP.l'STUU'S SALK-By reason of default
In tlu in) ment of the principal and Inter
est of a bond, described In n deed of trust
mad) by 1'rank U. Oanong. single, dated
February 20lb. 1SS9. filed ror recorei Feb.
ruaiy 25th. 1M9, and recorded In book StO.
at pag" 2s5. bi the ofllco of the recorder
of deeds tor Jackson county. Missouri, at
Kaiikas City. I will, pursuant to said deed
of trust, nt tho request of thu legal holder
of s-id bond, between tho hours of 9
o'clock n. 111. and C o'clock P. m op Sat-,
urd.iy. M'"cll!)11n.' ,,s: ?' '" we3t Jront
door of tli United States custom housa
and postolllca building In Kansas City,
Jiukson count), Sip., sell lots twentynlno
U3). thirty (30), thlriy-nno (3D. thirty-two
(3.') thirty-three (31). thirty-four (31), thlr
tv'.flvo (33) and thirty-six (30). In block
seven (7). of tha subdivision called "Marl
borough." In Jackson countv. Missouri, at
public vendue, to the hlgnest bidder, for
cash, to satisfy said bond. with Interest and
cost of exeeitting this trust.
OABDINUB LATIIIlOP, Trustee.
NOTICE TO STOCKHQLDUUS Notice
is tu'ieby given thut the annual meeting of
tho stockholders of tha Kansas, City, Fort
Scott & .Memphis Itallroad Company will
bo held at its ofllco lu Kan.sas City, Mo . on
Wednesday, the 13th day of March. U95, at
9 o'clock ei. in , for the election of direct
ors and the transaction of such other busi
ness as may legally come before the meet
Ing. CUOHOE II. NETTr,ETON,
CHAKLUS MUnniAM. Secretary.
Kansas City, Mo., February 23, 1S93.
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