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THR KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FIUIUY, MARCH 1, lS0f.
THE PURE BUTTER BILL.
it has issi:i norn ittirsi:s ami
AWAITS MO.M'.'S slu.S.U till.
finllrnl I'rtnMnns of the Mrisurr Cutting
Oft the Pecs iif l!,o Clerk of the
St. t.mils Criminal Courts
Jcfferon City, Mo., March II -(Special.)
In the senate this morning the home Mib
Mlltite Mil relating to pools, trusts nnd
combine has been Amended nnd till
morning passed, lly the terms of the bill
as how constituted, the attorney Rener.il
Is Riven original Jurisdiction, but Injur
nnro C3nii.inlis are not Included In Its
At 10.30 n. m. the home pure butter bill
came up for consideration. Mr. Lymnn at
one.e submitted nn amendment nnd ex
plained that his amendment would strike
out nil a'tor the enacting clause and sub
Blltutc the senate bill. Senator Peers undo
n. brief argument against tho umcndmcnt,
nnd Insisted that ns between the senate
nnd the house pure butter blll, the latter
Is by far the better, and should bceomo a
law .Senator llnvlsson h.id something to
say along the same line. However, there
was but little debate. The temper of tho
senate wns well known, Senators h.M nl
rntly passed prlvnte JudKinent upon the
b'll, and no new votes were to be gained
or lost by further debate. Tho nmendmonl
wns easily defeated, nnd then the bill pre.
vailed by a otu of 0 ayes to s liavs, as
follows; A.vos Anielung, Mallard, llnskott,
Uledsoe, D.iils'on, Drum, Unix Harrison,
Xennlsh, Klene, Lindrutn, .Morrises ,.Mott,
Orchard, Peois, I'owers, Soabcr, Williams,
Wtirdcninn nnd Center.
Nnys Husoho, dash, Clood.vkoont?, Lore,
Lyman, McClltitlc. Morton. Tunnell.
This bill has now passed both houses nnd
onl nwnits the governor's signature to bo
como a l.uv Its salient features nro In tho
following quotntlons rrom the bill.
"So person shall combine nny animal fnt
or vegetable oil or other substance with
miner, or comume inoreniin or vviui nni
mal fat or vegetable oil or combination of
tho two, or with either one, any other sub
stance or substnnees whatever, any iinnut
to or compound of tho same, or nny other
substance or substances, for the purpose
or with the ofieot of Imparting thereto a
yellow volor.or any shade of yellow, so th.it
mch substlinte shall lesemble yellow or any
(hade of Pennine yellow butter, nor Intro
duce nny such coloring matter or such suh
rtance or substances Into nny of the arti
cles of which the same Is composed; pro
vided, nothing In this net shall be con
Hirued to piohlbll the use of salt and h um
less coloring matter for coloring the sub
stitutes for butter manufaetured for export
or sale outside of the state. No person
hhnll, by himself, his intents or employes,
produce or manufacture any substance In
imitation or sc;nbl.inee of natural butter,
nor sell, nor keep for sale, nor offer for
Fiile. nny Imltntlon buttei made or manu
factured, compounded or produced In
-violation of this seiilon, whether
men Imitation butter shall be made or pro
duced In this state or elsewhere. This sec
tion shall not be construed to prohibit the
manufnetuio nnd sale, under the regula
tions hereinafter provided, of substances
designed to be used as n substitute for
butter, nnd not manufactured or colored
as herein prohibited."
"No person shall have In his possession
or under bis control nnv substance de
signed to be used ns a substitute for but
ter, unless the tub, lliltln, bos or other
package containing the same be ideally
nnd durably marked, as provided by sec
lion 4 of this act; provided, that this see
lion shall not be di emed to apply to poi
sons who have the same 111 their posses
sion for the actual consumption of them
selves nnd family "
"No pei son. b himself or another, shall
Fell o offer for salw any substance de
signed to be used for .1 substitute tor but
ter, unrl. r tho name of or under the pre
tense th.it tho same is butter.
Penal clauses are Included. An appropri
ation of SLOW is credited to tho state
board of agriculture to enforce the bill.
At the session of 1VH n law was ennctod
which enabled tho clerk in the St. Louis
erimlnil conns to subpoena each witness
heparately, instead of subpoenaing all of
ihe witnesses In a ease .it once, ns i Is the
liw In the remainder of the stnte. the re
mit wns a startling lnciensp u cilmlnnl
costs The senate this morning passed
Mr. Hlgbee's house bill repealing the 1 iw
of 1S01, elted above.
Til following, among other bills, vvcro
passed in the senate: liy Senator Mott,
prohibiting the employment of children
imder 11 J eats of age. ns notors, singers,
sicrobats, plner-. beggars, etc The llu
jiuine Soclet. bill, prohibiting the docking
of horses tails.
Mr. Murrns-s agricultural college separa
tion bill was tho subject of discuss on this
Afternoon. Tho committee on ngi 'culture
had reported a substitute, and the oppo
..:.. i. m.. Mnri.iv'B bill, n order to
force the ilBlu nnd avoid delay, had the
tubstltuto printed nnd plieed on the sen-
bll, and tho pending substitute were : made
special order for to-morrow at 10 a. in.
House I'roi ceilings.
The houso proceeding! "'' routine In
character, and but little Interest Is mani
fested now, since the approptlatlon and
other bills have been passed. ....
The following bills were passed to-day:
Mr. Kline's bill, changing the time of
holding court In Ilarton county.
v bill to rertulio propei tv owner? and
load overseers to destroy rtn.uli and
Bcotch thistles grow ins on their prtm-
Mr. Shet Ill's bill, to prevent tho snar
ing of geese, brnnts or ducks.
A bill to permit circuit crurts to examine
end make nny necessary outers mi nnv
contract made by county courts. The cir
cuit court takes uotton on tho petition of
The St. Louis Justice of the peace Dill,
making attorneys only "llglblo to that
"fri'Tatum's bill, to prevent money lend
ers from chniglng n greater rate of Inter
est than S per cent per annum on personal
juoptrty held ns a pledge. The bill Is ns
lollows , ,
"Section l.-In nil cases where personal
property shall bo pledged or mortgaged to
tociire Indebtedness, whether loan or other
wise no greater rate of 'merest or dlb
count shall bo chaigcd than t per centum
per nnuum. . ,
"Section :. No broker, agent or other
person shall charge for services rendered In
connection with the loaning of money or
other valuable upon tho security of per
sonal propel ty, whether b pledge, more
i;.ige or otherwise, any l.uger rates of com
iiensatlou or fees than as follows For
all services connected with preparing- and
for writing the Instruments and other pa
pers relating to such loan, JJ.50: for view
ing and inventorying tho property. Jl. nnd
nharp thn Inventory shall exceed COO words.
I cents for ench 10u words tti excess of 5W
words! for nil other services In relntlon to
such loan, Including commissions, lees,
brokerage, charges for guaranty and sure
ty, or nny other charge or pictenso for
charge, 2's tier centum on the sum loaned,
"Section 3. No lien upon peisonnl prop
crty so pledged or mortgaged, If to secure a
loan duu within threu mouths, shall bo
enforced vvtthlu t-lxtj days after default
In payment of tho Indebtedness, unless
mch property bo of a perishable nature.
Section I. If any greater rate of Inter
est or discount, or If any other compensa
tion whatsoever bo charged, exacted or re
ceived for such loan than in this act pro
vided, tho mortgage, pledge or lien shall
lio Invalid, null nnd void, whether In th
hands of Innocent purchasers for value or
otherwise, and nil persons taking such
Pledge, mortgage or Hen shall hu held and
deemed to he put upon huiulry; provided,
nothing In this act shall bo construed to
apply to promissory notes, bills of exchange
and other negotiable paper not secured by
pledge or mortsnge, nor to p.iwnbiokers,
"Section 5. Any person violating tho pro
visions of this uct shall ba deemed guilty
of a misdemennor, and upon conviction
fhall ba punished by Una not less than SloJ
and by Imprisonment in Jail not less than
Jr. Pettfjohn's bill, to establish county
nnd city boards of health. Tho county
court appoints two members, who, to
cether with the presiding Judge of tho conn.
ty court, constitute tho county board. Tho
mayor and two persons appointed by him
constitute tho city board.
Dr. I'etiiJohn's bill, to permit the city of
Toplar lllulf to remove certain dead bodies,
Mr. Ilurks' bill, tu prevent any bunk ottl.
clal from hypothecating its paper without
authority from tho directors.
fun With the ll.'o'it Ion.
In tho houso this afternoon a bushel
basketful of fun was had over tho bachel'
ors" bill. Eveiybody understood that it
was In fun. and therefore the apparent ser
iousness of some of the members made the
kltiiatlon mora ridiculous. Tha bill pro
Ides that If a man U not married at the
age of 3D years, he shall pay a bachelor's
tax of $3. which Increases per ear there,
after until tueh bachelor Is 35 jears old.
Sir. Tarter, who Is a very serious piactical
Joker and happjns to be unmarried, took
the matter to heart and made un exhaust
ive speech upon It. He quoted tlgures and
data until men grew dizzy following his
lead. Ha declared that mch a bill would be
unfair and monstrous; that the proper
thing to do (this ha suggested by Inference)
would be to tax unmarried women, for
cuch a tax would raise a Urge revenue, as
ttoa u more ef them. A half dozea dif
ferent amendments were offered, ttothnell
mnde n point of order, that members who
were dlrectlv interested could not vote on
the bill Speaker Hili"cll de. Hred the
point well taken nnd ruled thn' birhelor
members should not vote. After a few mo
ments' fun. Sw anger, of flulllvnn brought
the horse to n s. ns of order by moving to
table a pending amendment The motion
iircvnlled and th bachelors' Ini bill died
In tho house of Its friends.
I tlg for rhnl lltmr,
Mr. IMg.ir's bill, ronulrlnir school district
to furnish the national ting, nnd dirrotlttc
school teachers to raise It over tho school
hou during the term of school, on fnlr
As wns nnllclpited, the house his re
fused to i-oncur In the ennte amendment
to Morin's Ituchntnn aunty court of crim
inal correction bill The amendment, to
which reference Is made, was offered bv
Senator Lvmnii. nnd created a rourt of
criminal correction In Kansas Cltv t'n
les the senate now concurs In the bill It
will !w returned from the house nnd Hu
chnnnn county will lose lt crlmlnil cor
rection court, n provided for In Mr Mo.
ran's bill Senators Tove nnd Lym in. if
Jackson county, have gnind their will
lngnes tn let the bill pasn without Hie
A (lilllie Hill t'lisied.
The state's wild gnme rem-ilns the sub
ject of solicitous care. Mr. Itourn'n game
bill nisssil to-dav. n nrovldes that it "hall
be unlawful, for and during the period of
live years next succeeding the passage nf
the net, for nny person to sell, or nttempt
to sell, for the purpose of shipping outsldo
of tho count where killed, or hlp, or nt
tempt to ship, from the county where
killed, to any other county In the state, or
to nny point outside of the stnte. any quail.
pinnated grouse, prnlrlo chicken, deer or
WHAT TIMES THEY HAVE.
WrjTHKN I.ININ r.stAIT. rno.ii dm:
.-Mtnm.i: T( anotiii:ii.
Tuenty-fnlir Hours ttf n t-ettleil I'ollcy
Si ems yulto Out of tho Ouestlon
Meeting of the IVcsiern
Chicago, 111., Mnrch 11. The Western
passenger men continued their meeting to
day, but nothing wns done. The situation
Is becoming nlniost a hopeless muddle, and
while a majority of the lines nro hopeful
thnt the committed ngreement will soon bo
put Into operation, they are not setting any
data for It. Contrary to tho programme,
the Wubnsh-Alton tight did not como up
nnd the particular snarl which the lines
set tin mselvcs to unravel was that of tho
St 1 ..nl-Mlnneapolls rata sheet. Tho
Omaha road refuses flatly to allow rates
demanded by tho Chicago Oreat Western
to be shown in the sheet nnd the Great
Western will do nothing until Omaha
backs down. That was the situation when
the meeting opened nnd It remained so
until the cloe. Neither fddo gave way nn
Inch nnd nothing was done. Later In the
day an Informal meeting of tho Trans
continental lines was held to discuss the
boundaries of thflr sub-committee. It
amounted to nothing mote than a discus
sion. The general meeting of th" Western
Trelght Agents cleared up its docket to-day
and the Western and Northwestern lines
began their meeting. The Western lines
i el used an application for nn udvnnce in
lumber iates fiom points on the Ohio river
to points on tho .Ilsouri river nnd re
ferred the matter to a commltteo of tho
St. Louis llnex.
A rate of SJi cents on agricultural Im
plements wns made from Mississippi river
points to Mlsourl river points nnd 30 cents
irom Chicago to Missouri river points.
The last thing on the docket was an ap
plication for a reduction In rates for
spikes, bolts, etc , from Kansas Cltj- to
St. Paul and Mlniu'npolls. It was refused
and the meeting adjourned.
Tho Western and Noithwestern lines do
cldid to apply the same rates to Chicago
from Duluth ns from St. l'nul on Eastern
shipments and refused an application for
a i educed rate on wire and nails from
Chicago to St. Paul.
It was decided to make a change In the
rates on Hour from Minneapolis to Iowa
point". The matter of proportional rates
on lumber shipments originating In la
clllc coast tcrrtiorj, irom St. "Paul to Chi
cago, was referred to a committee.
After granting a rato of 20 cents to St.
Paul nnd 2 cents to Duluth on car loads
of furniture, minimum weight 0,000
pounds, from Fond Du Lne, the meeting
ndjourned. Its docket will bo llnlahed to
tnoriovv. CAI.I.CIl ON"
Collls P. Huntington Hl.tiirbcil Over h
l.iiiul Patent Humor.
Washington, -March H Collls P. Hunt
ington, of the Paclllc railway, held an In
terview with the secretary of tho Interior
to-day, regarding the Interests of tho Pa
clllc railroads. Tho report that Secretary
Smith Intends to Issue nn order directing
that no more patents for lands issue to
the t'nlon nnd Central l'acltlo roads until
there had been a settlement of tho Indebt
edness to the government of these compa
nies, was one reason tor tho visit of Mr.
Huntington. Upon this subject Mr. Hunt
ington icpresented to the secretary that
the: lands had all been earned in time nnd
in man cases tliev had been transferied
to persons who had occupleel them from
ten to twenty jenis. Ho also said that tho
companies weie not peeking patents In In
stant es where the road had not disposed of
the lands, as they be-came taxable as soon
ns patents were Issued. Tho btates and the
counties 111 which the lands wero situated
were more Interested In securing tho pat
ents, ns thov became entitled to taxes as
soon as the patents wero passed. Further
than this the companies flushed to dtspusa
of tho lands to secure money to meet the
payments now about due. Mr. Huntington
thought that it would hinder the company
In securing money on lands If such an or
der had been Issued, and lepreseuted that
nothing ought to be done by the goveiti
ment to prevent tho companies from rais
.Mr. Huntington, however, did not con
sider this of so much Importance, ns he did
the question of settlement of tho I'.ie.ltlu
roads' debt, and hu believed tho recom
mendations made by tho secretary of the
Interior, would liavu gteut weight
In the next congress. Upon this point Mr.
Huntington spoko at soma length and de
clared that It wns necessary for some steps
io be taken In the next consicss. He in
sisted that before JS37 the government must
net, or it would lose heavily. Mr. Hunting
ton expressed the hope that tho report of
tho secretary and tha commissioner of rnll-to-ids
would elaborate on the subject of In
debtedness nnd advise a Just and enuluble
plan of settlement.
Not llui'tlyit Ilenlal.
New York, March H. Iteg-irdlng n dls-
man of tho Joint reorganisation committee
of tho Atchison, said this afternoon: "No
olllclal plan has jet been published and
nu one has nuthoilty either In London or
here to mako publU any part of a reor
ganization Plan until It has received my
Mguature. Therefore. I is entiudy unlike.
lv thi ; any details of the plan have b.en
Klven out In London."
A meeting of the reorganization commit
tea ill 1 be held In tills ell.-neM week at
which the plan may be finally adopted for
Inlui AgciitH Meet.
Chlcasjo. March II. Tho railroad claim
agents spent most of tha day considering
ehnnL-es In their bj-laws. hever.il minor
cla gas wero made. The chief alteration
In tho constitution makrt; tho term of uf.
tee of each member of tho arbitration
committed ono Jear, The following of.
heirs wero elected; President. John T.
nei nlston. Pittsburg; first vice president,
W. A. Lldredgc, -Memphis ; second vice
president. A. T. Draw, bt. Louis; secru
fan and treasurer, S. 'a. Mehorler, Mill.
adeinniu. , ,
a a,iir.ttlnnJ. 1
Ca.; J, M, Arnold, St
,1,11.1., Vnw York.
l.ouis, ami ft, j.
The' next meeting of the association will
bo held in Nvv York eaily In August.
hnntii IV linmliig-.
Chicago, March H --amines of the
Atchison system-all lines for the first
week of March, wero i-7,to7, an Increase
of VO'M over tho same week of last sear,
Kariilngs of tho St. Louis & San Fran
cisco were, for the week, ilU.Vi. a de
crease of (3,017.
The earnings of the A. & V, were IC6,00tl,
an Increase of 11,117.
Larnlngs of the Colorado Midland wero
SA.-I. an Increase of d,UT.
Larnlngs of the Atchison system proper,
exclusive of lines reported above, wore
SMI, 123. an Increase of $21,719.
All the above are approximated gross
When )uii sutler froiu lclc headache, dizzi
ness, constipation, etc.. remember Curler's Lit
tie Liver l'llb will relloYu you. One Dill I a,
natch fiom London puiillsiiea. nero to-uay
importing to glvo tho basis of the guai
antCo syndicate plan for the rce.rgnnU.i
lion of the Atchison, Picsldent King, of
;'.. e.,tAn Trust eoinnanv . who is chair
IjYDIA I!. l'lNKIl.VM'.S VWIWAHLU
Ileneflls Tin co (Scnrraltoni-
(smut, to otn tAi't nrrrii 1
"t have tied t,t.a K 'luJUnm'i
VogctnMt' Compound in my family ten
years with the bent ( results.
" Before takina It I li.itl fnlllmt of thn
womb; such bearing-down pains, back
nclif, ntnl kidney trouble. I had had
eight children, and was fippraichln-.; tho
clianpo of life.
" I took the I.yill.i K. Vliildirtm's Vcpo
tnblo Compound and I.lvir Pills; was
ctitril of nil my troubles, ami passed
throticlt the chantrc nil rtjilit, ntnl now
nin iKly-four jcars old and well. -My
laughter luiil t'atttrrh of the blailder, ntnl
it cured Iter. I send you my picture w Itli
my grandson, whoso mother was cured
bv your remedies. I wilt rpcommciid
ir Compound to every body." Mitt.
aivimi:isi.s or a hi: Li.
Ill n Church teeple. Then ttlirlett 111 tho
ltlver, Now In .llorinolidolii.
Thoro Is n boll now hanging over a
prlvnte school house of a Mormon
prophet in Salt L.iko city which htm a
curious nnd sonievvh.it nmuslng history.
It vvii3 tho Hi st church bell that ever
rang out over the plnlns of Iotv.i, having
been erected In tho tower of the First
Presbyterian church of Iowa City. A
few years utter Its Installation n trouble
nroso between the pastor and the people
over tho question of salary, vvhlt h le
Htiltcd In the former'3 making un nt
tempt to capture nnd carry uvvny tho
bell to "squat e accounts," The good man
had gone so far ns to Kecmo u ladder
nnd ascend to tho roof of the church,
when tho church oinclals got wind of
the nffalr nrul rushed to the rescue of
their pioperty. Thev permitted tho bell
to be lowered to the giound, but then
seized upon It, loaded It In i wngoti mid
drove away. The ladder was also sim
ultaneously removed, leaving tho enrag
ed parson wildly gesticulating fiom hi
pulpit In tho tower. This exciting event
In the ently dayn of Iowa City wns
promptly embalmed in vctso by a local
Tho BUbsequent history of this came
bell has n touch of romnnco nbout it.
Tho "pillars" of the church who took
away tho prize In tho wngon carried It,
as afterward appeared, to a river near
at hand, and hurled It In the channel.
As It happened, one of the citizens con
cerned In the business afterward devel
oped a. sympathy with tho Mormons. lie
imparted Information concerning the.
bell to another of like ajnipathles, nnjl
through them Its lemoval was effected.
It was conveyed secretly to tho vicinity
of llloomington now Muscatine on tho
bnnks of the Mississippi river, and thero
deposited In the channel of a stream
known as Devil's creek. Thence It was
cnrrlcd to a point near Montrose, 111.
where It remained for some years burled
in the sand. It wns then eshumed and
carried by some Mormons to Kan.'svlllc,
In tho neighborhood of Council Illulis.
from which point it was convoyed Ivy
them In their Journey across the plnlns
to its piescnt rcstlrifr place. It was not
until twenty years after that the orig
inal posstssots of tho bell found out
where it had gone. Upon tho completion
of tho Paclllc railway mhho parties from
Iowa City in their Journev across the
eoniineVstoppod oft at Salt Lake City.
There they discovered nil old bell sui
iiiouiitlng a prlvnte school house, nnd
po" IU margin tho familiar words
M-lrst Prcsbvterlan church of lovv.i
Cltv 1S1." Notice of the f.nt was
promptly communicated to tho olllcers
of tliii Iowa City church. CorresiHintl
,,ce wns openctl with the "Mormon au
tliorltleaT but ho high vv is the value
placid upon it ns a spoil taken from tho
Scntl es that, strangely enough, it was
Scolded to let tho old bell roninln a
vou'eless trophy In tho far-off land of Its
GOING TO CHICAGO TO-NIGHT ?
The Burlington fast train "i:il" leaves at
n-50 Tho only lino serving meals on tha
cafe plan between Kansas City and Chi
cago. In addition to regular mcnl service.
T his entire train Is equipped with all mod
ern , itnprovcments.b"erylce unexcelled.
Die lib nils Keil iretl.
New York. March II Tho Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul IUtlrond Company has
declared n dividend of I per cent on com
mon stock, a reduction of 1 per cent, and
a ml--ii liual dividend, of 1',5 per cent on
the preferred stock, which Is the usual div
idend. M:c-iti-T Siocuvrir.s.
aeneral Deputy Pi Ink, of tho National
Union, assisted by Jackson County cnb
inet and Kansas City council, will Institute
tn new council to-night (Friday), at U15
Walnut st. IKsitate no longer, but como
nnd bo a charter member, and get some
1-ood Insurance for thoso dependent on
FINANCIAIr-Lanc.ister, Mo., will sell
J7.S0O city bonds April 15 For particulars
address Frank P. lliijs. Fiscal Agent.
Mlts. L. JAMI'S. the well known clair
voyant and trnnca medium, may bo con
sulted at 1200 Hrand uvo.; parlors 30 and 10.
Pi: ItSONAL Towner, como home at
NOTICU Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, as trustee, will sell at publlo
vendue to the highest bidder, for cash, on
Tutsduy, the JCth day of March, ISM, at
the court homo door, tn tho city of Inde
pendence, Jackson county, Missouri, tho
following real estate situated In said coun
ty, vis., lots nine, ten, eleven, twelve,
thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen nnd sev
enteen, all In block eleven In the town of
liuckner, by virtue of tho power given him
by a certain deed of trust, dated January
13th. 1511. and recorded on January 20th,
1801. In tho recorder's olllca of said county
at Independence. In book 150. at page 407,
whereby Chris Stephnn and Helena Steph.
an. his wife, conveyed said real estate to
the undersigned ns trustee to secure the
paiment of the promissory note In said
deed described; default having been made
In the payment of said note and tho legal
holder of same having requested the un
dersigned to sell said real estate to satis
fy said debt and the costs , ?r .executing the
tru t. lv H HOLKR. Trustee.
"nuTICH Is.hereby given that the unnual
meeting of t"Q board of trustees of (hi
Kansas' City llomeopathia Medical College
will be held at the United States Trust
Company bank, New -joik Life building
Kansas City. Jackson county. -Missouri.
Monday, the 2oth day of March, lj.3, at 0
5'clock In the forenoon, for thu election of
olllcers and trustees nnd tho transaction
of such other business as may lawfully
come before the meeting. "f
coma oe.o J M MBRIWI j,RUi
A. n. NHUMliSr
Secretary of tho Hoard of Trustees.
Kansas City, Mo., March 13, 1SD5.
t'S'Wii? cSVv r ft r
wa.vi i:n hams lti't.r.
WANTHh Immediately, tliren news
ngeiitB on mlltond I ill on f- xiilicin Hull.
wny News Co, loll I'nlon nv.
WANTi:i IS Voiinir In. ti I i learn tele-
, graphy. Add Will A. Hk. lion, ftillnn. Kns.
WANTIJU Mt-nogrnphcr. mimII salsrv to
fdnit wllh A I In ss V, Vl, J. in n il otll. i
IV AN 11 :i -Two ollnl! nun. J. 'i month;
farm Iminls n West Fifth, loom 0.
tVA.vt i:t)-i'i:.iiAiii: 111:1.1'.
WANTKli-Lmlles to dtTfanry 'work at
home. l'"iray Needlework Co.,lielrtiy.Mlcli.
WANTLli Lilly typo, on brief work,
ltooni !'", Itunki r btdg, . J W.t t'th.
WANTHU AL-ents 2a to Mi) ner dnv
easily mndo In nny locnlltv. We furnish u
lino of imniplrft fteu and allow oil per cent
commission for selling. Pnrtleuints free,
or wo will mull a rumple of our gooris In
sleillng silver upon rcolpt of ten eents In
stumps. Hliuid.ird Silverware Co, Jloston,
r.Mi'i.oMii:.. i A(ii:ncii.s.
nnd rnriil-ti'-il looms, lnua ilnst 121 h, cor.
Walnut. T'el. li;j Tho bos' place In K. C .
Mo., to find help or situations, mile or
female, It enrs experience. Ilef. iinrihn
Nat. bank, Omnhai Cltlrens' bank, K. C.
'to ttt:NT iiorsns.
TO Hl-.NT-lty Joseph Plume:
."27 Woodland ave, 6 loom house, Jl,
2011 Tracy ave., s room house, SIS.
2317 Lvdla ave.. 8 room brli k, JI7.M
lilt Montgnll ave., 7 room brick, 117 (A
1113 Motltgiill live., 7 room brick, $17 60.
V23 Lilla nvc, S room Illicit, JJ0.
liT i: 131 li st , 8 room brick, Jjn
ISO U ith st,, II room brick, $3."..
Corner Independence nnd Holmes,
rooms, each JO nnd 12. cltv water
Itentnl Agent Since PSD.
IO ItllN I IKIOIlt.
TO HHNT A suite of two room i on tho
second lloor of rt building !tu-i ti ! on the
corner of 12th nnd Olive stieets. These
rooms nro well furnished and can tie rented
cheap bv twe young men who can furnish
gootl reference. Applv nt the rooms over
tint drug store. .No. 2321 Last 1.1th stri'ot,
for further Information.
TO IIHNT Ono clegnnt nlllco room nnd
one, milto In tho Journal bldg. Pent rca.
sonable. Apply to tho Journal Co.
to ltiiM inin:i.r. iM'tirs.
TO HHNT Hlegant o'IIccb in tho Journal
bldg. nl reasonable rutes. Apply to tho
TO rtr.NT 110 houses nnd stores. II. M.
Wilght ."i Co., Masonic bull ling
.11 ONI IV TO LOW.
TO LOAN Farm loans nl nvd promptly,
N. 1-. Kansas nnd N. W Missouri; nnnual
Interest; priv llego of paving nny time, cur
rent rales; loans for sale to Investors.
JAMHH L. LOMP.AItl),
Over Fli st Xatlnnal b ink.
f. AND (1 PLIl CHNT money on business,
residence nnd farm property, unusually fa
vorable ttrms. Apply to Homer Heed or
Theo Nnsh. fir.. Uroadwny.op Coates house.
TO LOAN Kansas City (Improved) loans
placed promptly: largo loans .", per cent;
small loins !,' to IP? per cent; loans for
salo to Investors. JAMH9 L LOMHAIlD.
Over First National bniilc.
C. C AND 7 PFIt CHNT money, on city and
farm proptrtles; building loans made
II W. Ml'SSON, 20.' American Hk. Pldg.
MONLY TO LOAN direct, 0, 7 and S per
cent. II. L. JOHNSON & CO.,
N. V. Llfo building.
ror. hAi.n hk.vl i:st.vtii.
CIIOICH no foot lot.", near Vine st. elec
tric line, S-oO. good terms.
f.f) or tno feet on Wyandotte st . nenr
26th St.. JJJ pt r foot
It") feet on Summit st., between 32nd nnd
33rd. beautiful, Jl.OuO.
r, or 30 acre-, elos i In; big bargain.
Low prices nn homes. Call In.
p. a runnrrtTCK, sir, n r. Life hijg.
l'OU SALF "iiro. woitli '.'' per foot:
will sell fir $ur uno-thlrd cash, balance 5
per cent live -t t.ut
S. C. FANriri'It .; CO , 533 Itltlgo bldg.
TO r-oVTHACTOUS-Wo h.lvo somo sec-oiul-lianil
'rt Hit li end i Inch steel rope, in
llist-class eontlltlon, which wo will sell nt
icasoirible llgun s Wo bavo two pieces of
tho bull ropo lvo ft 1 1 In length, one piece
of tho -- Un li rope 2m feet In length and a
few pleei s from 20 to I) feet long. This inpo
will bo found to bt very sultnblo nnd do
idrablo for contint tors for uso on their
deril-ks, etc . etc
Till: JOURNAL COMPANY.
tVA.NTnll HI3AI, KSTATIJ.
WANTCO We want to "buy nEtWooriot
for n. customer; small pnj ment, balance
monthlv . will build
b c rvNcnnit & cn.. 3w nidgo hid g.
WANTHD We w.mt to buy for a cus
toin. r . or 10 acres with Improvements, nenr
S. C. FANCIIHP. & CO., C33 Itldge bldg.
11111 CLIN I IHCYfLIN t I
Wi: want a joung mnn In every town in
Missouri, Kansas nnd Nebraska to hnndlu
our wheels Oct our cat-ilociio ami price's
to agents. KANSAS C1TV HICVCLI! CO ,
1027 and I0.1i Himtliv.ii, Kansas Clty..VIo.
BAUNDRIta .t Whlte.lOH H. ISth strent.
phone Wt,, ltellttlng and laying carpets a
rpeclalty, uphtdsterlng of all kinds; mat
tressert lenointetl. Hefer to Doggett D. O.
Co. nnd Itobt. Keith Fur. Co.
KAFHf) opened and n paired, bought nnd
sold. Combination locks denned and
chnnged. II. HAltltliiAN. Hxpert,
Telephone 111 I. luS i:ast Tenth st.
i;cini:w KioitAoi: tn,
tare storage. Advances made; packing and
shipping done. JOHN A. JLYMI&,
f(K Walnut st. Tel, 2C0. -Manager.
rou bAi.n mi3Ci:i,i,am:ol's.
FOIt BALU Part or all of a steam welt
drilling outilt. 302 Mass. building.
IF YOtI WANT KOOd ohl-foahlon butter.
mills or crenm, go to McCllntock's restau
rant. MO Wiiluut street.
iioitsi.s ami m:iiich;s.
JIOItSHH nnd cows kept In tho country;
calves raised, $13 per tlrst yeur; all stock
sent for. M. Salisbury. Independence, Mo.
in: w, nsTATi: TiiAMriiiis,
NOHMAN .t IlOltHHTSON.proprletorsot
abstracts and exttiulners of laud titles, No,
HI Hast fcSlMli blreet, furnish dally tho
transfers of real cstatu (lied In tha jecord
eis olllco at Kansas City, Mo.
Notice -All transfeis appearing In our
dally reports contain covenants of guueml
wnuanty unless otheiwlso stutcd.
W. II. Holmra an 1 wife to James
Maekenzlo; lots 21 to 21, block 21,
Hyde park ...... ; g.Crt)
M. U. VYlllg Ulltl iiasoauu eu IJlumUS
C, Dannies; lot ii. Oulncy place...,
W. II. Harrott and wife to Maudo
Starl: Uuinotte; lots S and 0, block
3. Cliasa-nibdivlslon '.
' DXLCUTOIVB, DBCD.
Fanny Cravens, i-xccutrlx, to V. J.
Hanley; lot 9. -Llnwood summit.,,,,
" TJtpsri:La' DiJiius. '
Mary I J. Marshall nnd husband to
c. W. Waddcll et al; lot 11), block 3,
Putnam place . . ,,,,,.
S. D. Ayns und w f.i 0 -vVintam E.
Oarrutt; lots S atid !), block 3, Chase
subdivision . ... ,,..,.'.
E. A. Phillips and wife to C. C. Ship,
pen: part of lot 1W, block 11, ii.
J, D. It. Jones and wife, to Phillips
Investment Company; lot 1, block
15. Winter park .
A. F. Fleet and wife to same; part of
lots 2j nnu u, uiucn 0, rreuuncK'S
third addition ,.,..... LSC9
I.llll l, MlllCHS.
... 1'n'dl n'lon Mar h lllh. 1)
n. n, V ' '!' ",' urnu'SSM.iJ-Wiifr.
?.,?. ii"'" ' ' I"'1. yy ""il Hstnln Com
.'., .?"'",' ''"! Missouri. niBile. ey
futctlnni itlvrr.d Hi ,ii.,i .. miiri.for the
i!!,1,',1!"?"..". "" '"'"-hig the pnvmelit of oil"
lOlld f(r lh., ..in. - .. Il ........ .I,.llut
til iit.M .. ... '"'" t't eine iiitei-iiiet tt. '...
Jl,i)). with 11,101,, t .onp.ms ntlacheil,
liAiiu d In snll ,l,,, r (rust, wheteln.lt
Vo," L"1 .to t,,,' nndrrslgned. H.ivl.1 II. lit;
tleii iriiMee, u. f(,iovvl!n ,u rlbeil real
J. ltr:rlt,"V'.'l I" b countv of Jnckson
and state of Mlsouil, to-wlt. l.ots nnm
'r., ,R,',:,? .-' thirteen (13) nnd four
teen (ll). in hiotk number nlno (it. of
t ontrs ndillPon I,, (he Cltj of K main
(now iviuifns t'ityi, Missouri, ncfotdliiK to
the reeot-.l.-tl plat tlure.if, nnl whereas
"Id deed of (rust wis on tin Slh day of
",'' ""i ni riu o'riutK p tn , mil) recoru
ed In book II BU, nt page 250. of the record
,-. ...1,, .ttienniin ctiiiiiie, .Mijt-itun nietj
whereas, it Is provided In -aid bond .nnd
ilc d of trust that, if tho snid city Ileal
instate Company shall fall to pay. or cause
u .c tittei, an or nie interesi coupon- t
tiiched to said bond nt the time I be sain
beeotno due ntnl pnvnble, then Ihe whole
amount of snld bond shall nt once become
due and pnynbln, without notice, nnd
where is, the said City Ileal I'stiilo Com
pany has failed to pav, or cause to be paid,
the tntenst coupon nttnrhcd to nnld bond
whl li he. nine due nnd pnnble on the Hist
da, of Dm eniln r, l!)l, wheierore the whole
nmoupt of said ii9nj Is now due, pa.vnble
nnd unpaid under the terms of Mild bond
mid deed of trust; now, theiefoie, publlo
notice is herebj given that I, the utidoi
slgned, luvld II. Hltleli, the trustee unmed
111 snld deed or trust, mull I and bv vtmnj
of the aulhorlty vesletl In lne bv said tlei d
of trust, nt the reiiuost of the legal holtler
ntitl owner of sold bond, will proceed Jo
sell the above described leal estate at pub
lic vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at the south front door of the new county
court house In Kansas City, Missouri, be
ing the building In Kansas Cltv. Jackson
comity. Missouri, In whli h the elieult m irt
of nnld Jacknin countv Is now held, nn
Saturday, the l.th day of April, A. D. 1MN
between the hours oft) u'elnck In the fore
noon nnd f. o'tlotk In the afteiiioon of said
1I.1v, for the purpose or raising th" money
to pay the amount of said bond, with Hit r
est and the costs of executing this trust.
DAVID II 1:1"TII:n, Trustee.
l'errv & Small, Attorneys.
(1'frst piibliTlon March lllh. Wi )
NOTlCi: OF Tltl'HTUIVS HALF. V here
ns, on April 2Tth, li, Jnmes O'Neill and
Hlln O'Neill, mail.', eveeutetl and delivered
their deed of trust for the purpose nl secur
ing the pnvmout of two bond 1, one for th-i
sum of S10,iJ mi'l the other, which his !, en
paid, for the sum of noun, In said den! of
trust descilbed, wherein they lonveVed to
tho undersigned, Dtvld It. Illtlen, ttustee,
the following described rial estate, situat
ed In thu county of Jackson and state of
Missouri, to-wlt The west one hundred
(tCD feet of lot number twelve (121, of block
number seven (7), In lllce's addition to the
City of Kunsns (now Knnsas City), MIs
soutl, nt cording to a recorded plat thereof,
togt tin r with all the lnipiovcnients there
unto belonging; and, whereas, on tins 27th
day of Apill, lSS'). nt 3.10 o'cl ick p. tn , xnld
dee'd of trust was duly recorded In book H
No 317, nt pige Sol, of the lectnds of paid
Jackson county, Missouri; nnd. whereas,
said de, d of trust provides that upon 11011
piimtnt of tho debt secured bv Mid deed
of trust b the makers thereof, the prop
erty then In d. scribed mny be sold by tho
trustt 0 for the pin pose of 1 Using tiio
money to pnj the dt bt thereby se uretl;
and, wheie.is, snld Indebtedness Is now p 1st
duo nntl unpilil; now, theiefore, nubile no
tice is hen by given that I, the under
signed David H llttlen, the trustee named
In said died of trust, under und be virtue
of the authority vested In me bv said deed
of trust, at the leipost of the own. r of snld
lion 1, will pioeeed to sell the above de
scribed lenl estatt. nt public vt mine, to the
highest biddtr, for cash, nt the south front
dttur of the now county court house. In
Kansas Cltj, Missouri, being the building
In thu City of Kinsns (now Kansas City),
Jackson cuuiity, Mlsvjurl, In which the t Ir
cult court of sold Jackson county Is now
held, on R.iiiiiilay, thu Ctli dnv of April,
lv.'t, betwten the hours of 11 o'eloek In the
forenoon and 5 o'clock In the afternoon of
snld tiny, tor the puipose of ra'slng the
money to piy the amount of said Imb bted-ne-s,
with Inteiest and costs of etc. utlng
this Uu, 1. DAVID II. FrriHN,
Ietry .1 Small. Attorneys.
(First publication March 4th. liJJ.l
NOTICi: OF TKL'.STHU'S SALU Where
as, on July 31st, ise;i, Hdw.ml a. Phillips and
Umni.i Phillips, his wife, made, executed
and delivered tlulr deed of trust for tho
purpose of securing the payment of their
bond for the sum ol (".SuO.W In snld d-ed
of trust dcscrlbi d, i.'heielu they eonvejed
to tho undersigned, Davbl 11. Httlen,
tniRlee, tho following described reul es
tate, sltuattd In the county of Jackson
nnd state of Missouri, to-wlt; Tlie north
half of lot number four hundrtd nnd twen.
U-nlne It-"') of block number thirty-two
(3J) In lleili i''a addition to the City of Kan
sus, now Kan-.i, Cltj, Missouri, according
to a recoieled plat thert of, toi-ether with
nil the Improvement thereunto belonging.
And, wheit-aj, on the 2nd dny of August,
MK. at 11.13 o'clock a in , s.Vd deed of
trust was duly recorded In book H 375
nt page 133 of tho re turds of sild Jackson
e-ounty Missouri; nnd, whete.es, said deed
of trust provides thnt upon non-payment
f n.rt debt secured by said d, "d nt mwt
by the milters thereof, tho property therein
described may bo sold by tho trustee for
the puipose oe outinK liiu money 10 piy
tlie debt tin re by secured; and, when as,
said Indebtedness Is now pist duo and un
paid; now, then foie, public notlto Is hereby
given thnt 1, tho undersigned, David ir
Dttleii. the trust, o mined In sild deed of
trust, undir ami by virtue of tin minority
vested In me by said dot .1 of trust at tho
leanest of the owner cf snld bond, will
iirocecel to rell tho alio 1 d scribed real
!,..,... nt Tiubllu vendue, to tho hluhesi
bldded. for cash, nt the south front door
of the now county court bouse In Knnsas
City Mlssoiul, being the tmildlng n Kan
sas Cltv, Jackson county, Missouri. In
which ilia circuit coutt of fiiIi! Jackson
county Is now held, on Wednesday, the
'7th dny of March, ISSj, between the hours
of il o'clock in tho forenoon and o o'e.lock
In the afternoon of said dny, for t.ie pur
pose of raising tho money to ray tho
amount of said Indt btednt ss. with interest
und costs of eoutlng this trmt.
DAVID H F.TriHN. Trurtee.
mitlW SMALL. AttornevB.
TUUSTHll'd BALD Whereas, Theodore
II. Hmmons, a single mnn, by hi certain
deed of trust, dated January fith, 1SS7. ami
r. corded on the ISth day of .March, Ul7, In
book II -"l nt page r32. In tho olllco of tho
rteorder of deeds of Jackson county, MIs
ouri, at Kansas City, conveyed to me, It.
Wells, the undersigned trustee, tho follow
ing described land In Jackson countv. Mis
souri, to-wlt. All of lou twenty-one (21) nnd
tweiits-two (2.1). hi block on- (i), tn Floral
place, nn addition to the City of Kunsns
(now Kansas City), ns tho canui Is marked
nnd dcslKnntod on th" recouled pint of
snld addition now on lllo In tho otlleo of
tho recorder of deeds for Juekson count),
Missouri, In trust, however, to socuro tho
payment of a certnln promissory noto In
sild deed of trust described: nnd. vvherens.
default has been mndo In the piyment of
fc-UJ promissory note; nuw, iiiereiore, at
tho rutjuest of tho legal owner und holder
of tho said note, publlo notlco Is hereby
given that I will, In nee ordance with tho
terms nnd provisions of said deed of trust,
nnd hy virtue of tho power In inn vested
thereby, soil bv publlo vendtio nt tho south
front iloor of tho county court house at tha
norlhenst corner of Oak street ami Mis.
bourl itvenue, tn Kansas City, Jackson
county, Missouri, tho real citato hereinbe
fore und In Bald deed of trust described,
for ensh, to tho highest bidder, between
tho hours of nlno o'clock In tho forenoon
nnd tlve o'clock in tho afternoon, on Satur
day, tho Cth day of April, 1593. for th pur
pose of paying raid nolo and tho e-ost of
executing this trust.
It. WEI.LS, Trustee,
JiOllHUT ADAMS, Attorney,
Kansas City. Mlssoml. March 15th. 1503.
Ttl'STl2!.'H SALH-lly reason of default
In the payment of n eerlnln promissory
note and in the Interest thereon, dcsorlbed
In the deed of trust dated the 23th day of
Jununr., 10. given by J 1:. Mulvey, nnd
Malta C Mulvey, his wife. Illed for record
in tho offlca of tho recorder nf deeds for
.TiteKnii county, nt Knnsas Cltv. Missouri.
on tha 50i)i day of January, 1-jSa, and there
recorded In book li 213, at pige 3W. I will,
between tho hours of 9 o'clock In the fore,
noun nnd 5 o clock In tho afternoon, on
Monday, the Sth dny of April, ISM. at tha
south door nf the court houso In ths City
of Kansas, In the county of Jackson, etato
of Missouri, at tho request of tho legal
holder of said note, sell nt publlo miction,
to the highest bidder, for cash, nil of lots
ten (10) nnd fifteen (15), In block ono (11; nil
of lots nlno (0) nnd sixteen (1C), n IdVk
two C): all of lots three (3). thirteen (13)
and twenty-two (22), n block three (3). all
of loU one Wand eighteen (IS), m block
four (I), and nil of lots threo (3) and eight,
een (IS), in, block ve (5). In I.lcwelljn
aniiei.. nn addition to the Cltv of Kansas,
county of Jatltson and state of Missouri, as
thown by tho recorded plat thereof, and ap
ply the proceeds of said sulo to th piy.
tnent of the Indebtedness secured by said
deed of trust, nnd tho costi of executing
this trust. MOIVTON WOLLMAN b
President. Vice President.
v. l. iiAiuna.
MIDLAND THANSFLR CO.-Frelght
and baggage transferred to and from all
depots. Furniture moved and packed by
experts. 407 ami 409 Wyandotte lit., Kan
si City, Mo. Tclcohone 1517.
11 fTt t 0 fl',ti.. ... .,.-..... -
Helle .M. IVrUIn. itu eeir.. vi-mtitti. iv
their eieel of trust dated the wvciilcon! 1
dy of April, eiglilren Imnlied nnd nine , I
r 1 nr ni in (he otn. f of the teiortiir ,f 1
dfdMf Jnclisou 1 unity, Ml'-ullll, lit l ir
s.is file on tho same tb-tie. in book H (i(,
pipes (so to tf, n,th Inclusive., e ohm I
'" .L',.r'!0" Uriimhi. h the folloning .b
scribed bind In Knnsas Cllv, Jackson tomt
it, Missouri, to-ttlt. A part of the bull
!.?,'.t?(,. l0 Ianltl I, Shtiuse by Thorn- o
V1',"1.nl:!. 'm wife by deed diti 1
July 1, , recorded in book V. pnge C-i:.
In "io recorder's olllco of .Tncksoii eotrity,
Missouri, thn tintm.lerf vll, llitirlhtihiir
on the east line of Main street, Pi the
i'ltv of Kansas, n",' " tl VliVeh Is tile
".'"?ll-t'i"1 ot, '" "UUe line of th" south
Stoic (Olllli IllMIt ttnll ..f ,1 ntrlull three
eioij iiricij store nun, ling, erecii - uy rtiuin
I nnneily, and In her possession till she
....... ..-,.....'. ":. -- - -: v. - . : .. .
uiim-jcii ine propel tv lt deed n.itO'l I "
unry 2, 1S7I, to Hnrtnon Hrown. thence
easterly nlnm- tei.t ti.. iim. nf suet, fnnndn
Hon wall nnd prolongation of such tnld lV
lino to the west line of the alley tn block
eight m in McDnnlePs Addition to snld
Itv of Kansas, thence north along nuch
alley to a point whlth shall bn in n pro
longation of n middle line of the north
fount lallon wall of said threo story brick
building, so erected bv said Anna Cotij
nelly, thence westwnrdlv from such point
to the east end of said middle llnf of said
north foundation wall: Rnd thence west
erly along th middle line of said north
found 1 Hon wall to tho cn"t line of "'i'1'
Main streoi, nnd thence noutherly to the
place of beginning, being 11 lot of land
supposed to have a front of twenty-three
nnd elKht-twel'ths (21 f-tl) feet on Main
street, nnd commonly known nnd oVslc
linted ns lot number ieven (7), In block
eight (S), In McDnnlers addition to the C ty
of Kansas, except so much of Snld lot
seven 17) ns lies south of the middle I'no
of snld south foundation wnll and the
prolongation thereof, thn land convejed
bv said deed of trust being same conveyed
by following deeds, recorded In said record
er's olllce, lo-wlf Deed to Anna Connelly,
book 59, pige (.11: deed dated August 81,
i?1.'0 ."a''- Ann 1 Connelly, book W. pngo
213; deed .latetl Fehruary .'I, m. to Harmon
Hrown, book It 7. pige IK.'., nnd convey,
mice Is nublect to party wall contrsct
mentioned In such deeds, and , nlo
that of Jnnuaiv ?, !s2, book It
S'J, page "ox, nd being the, same
land conveyed (o William . Perkins bv
Jnmes F ('onnvrr and Gent go It. Conover
11111I their wiles bv deed dated thn 2Sth dny
of June, Pi7, lecordeil In book It number
2..2, pngo r:-j, nil rights under nny nnd nil
party vvnll conducts nlTectliig sail bind,
nnd nil lights concerning party wnlls stip
ulated In nny deoil convevlng Mid land
all rights titnlcr nny nnd nil lenses of snld
hind being bv snld deed of trust nsslRned
to snld llrumbnrk, and nil saM Innd nnd
rights being hy pn, deed of trust ennvi'ved
to scenic pnvmelit of (crtuln proinlssorv
notes In wild do d of trust described, nnd
vvherens dcfnult wns made In the pnimelit
when due of the Interest notes maturing
rorty-rlght months nnd tlftv-fnur monibs
nfter date. In said deed of trust described
and there now remnlns duo unit unpaid the
whole of said fifty-four months' Inteiest
note, nnd there has been pild on snld foity.
eight months' interest note only the fol
lowing amounts: Two dollirs and srveniv
sK cents nt maturity; J2HI. Juno 1.'. 1"1
nnd Jl,"0, July IS. 1"l. the lmlnnce of Hint
note being duo nnd unpaid: now. theiefore.
nt the reipiest of the owner nnd holder of
snui one nnd unpaid notes, nnd or tlin
other notes seeuinl hv siiil deed, mntiirlng
theioifter (tho notes maturing before said
defaulted notes having been paid), notice Is
hen by given thnt snld Hiumbnck will, ns
such trustee, under the pnwci In said deed
of trust, proceed to sell the property nnd
lights hereinbefore described, nnd by nnld
deed convejed nnd nnv nnd eveiv pnrl
thereof, nt publlo vendue to tho highest
bidder, nt the court house door. In the Cltv
of Knnsns (now cnlled Kansas CUM. In tho
county of Jncksnn nforoenld, for cish, on
Frldnv, the fifteenth diy of March, eigh
teen hundred anil nlnetv-tlvc, between the
linurn of nlno o'clock In the forenoon nnd
tlve o'clock In the afternoon, to pnv the
leilance due on said defaulted notes, nnd
the costs nnd expenses of exeeutlne snld
trust. Including compensation to tho tiustoe
for his seivlres nnd out nf the hnlnnct. of
proceeds, to piy, ns piovlded n said deed
of tiust, the principal note described theie
In. with Interest not Included in interest
notes maturing before thnt, the court
houso door nt which such pnle will he
made, lielng thn south ftont door of the
court houo building In Knnsas Cltv. .Tnck
son county, Missouri, on tho block of
ground hounded by Fifth street. Oak street.
Missouri nvenue und Locust street tn
which building the circuit court of Jnck
pon comity. Missouri, nt Kansas City, evlll
be held, or might lawfully be held If in
session, nt the time nf snle nnd nt which
door tho sheriff usually sells land on exe
cution from snll court
jnrrnilSON- HUCMIIACK. Trustee.
WnnilHAS. Frank M. Sluts nnd -Hester
J. Klutz, his wife, grantors, by their deed
of trust dnted the tenth day of Februnty,
eighteen hundred and ninety-one, recorded
on the tenth day of February, ilghtocn
hundred nnd nlnetv-one. tn the ofllce of
the ricorder nf deeds of Jnckson county,
Missouri, nt Kansas City, In book It No
(CO, pages Cli to 70. both Inclusive, conveyed
to Jefferson Tlrnmhnok the following de
scribed land In Kansas Cltv. Jackson coun
ty, Missouri, to-wlf All of lot numbered
tlve hundred nnd eighteen (51s), In block
numbered thlrtv -eight (35), In McGee's ad
dition to the Cltv of Kansas (now Knn is
City) ns the snme is nnrlted nrl deslt-.
nated nn the plat of nld addition nn file
nnd of recnnl In the ofllce of the iccorder
of deeds of snld Jnckson county, In trust to
secure tha pav ment of certnln promissory
notes of even dnte therein described ntnl
wherons, default was mndo In the payment
when due of the Interest notes miturlrg
forty-two months nnd forty-eight months
nfter date described In nld deed, nnd tho
samo are wholly unpaid, and default wis
nude In the fillhful perfornniicn of the
ngreements contnlned In sild deed in this
thnt the Improvements upon the land were
not kept constantly Insured ngnlnst loss bv
tire for the sum provided in said deed nnr
In nnv other sum. nnd upon Decemhrr twen
tieth, elrhteen hundred nnd nlnetv-four
there brine no Insurance upon the prep,
erty, the third party In said deed of iru,
ihen ownn nnd holder of nil unpild note.
secured by said deed, procured proper 'r
surnnco upon nlil Improvements In th
sum of seventy-five hun.'red dollars til r.'i0i
for on enr. nnd pild therefor nlrety
three dollnrs nnd seventv-flvn cents (J13 7"D
no part of which sum har been rennld
now. therefore, nt the reouest of the holl
er nnd owner of snll defaulted notes nnd
of the other notes nmuritiu thrrrifttr be.
Ing same party pivtng for sild Insurance,
the other rotes tmtur'ng hefeae snld rl.
faulted notes navlng been mid, notice li
hereby given that said Hrumbaeij
will, ns such trustee, under the
power In said deed. proceed to
sell tho properly hereinbefore nnd
In slid d"sd described, nnd nny and every
part thereof, nt public vendue 10 thn hlrl
est bidder, nt the court house dnnr In th.
City of Knnsas (now called Kansas Cltvl.ln
the county of Jnckson nforesid.for enh on
Tuesdnj, the twentv-flxth div of Miroh
eighteen hundred nnd nlnetv-ilve, between
the hours of nine o'rloel; in the fet-i-ioon
nnd flvn o'clock In the afternoon, to nav
rtll'l nn uiiini ...,.- ,, !! i-,h. InO fX
ptnses cf executing snld trust, Ineludlnc
compensation to the trustee, nnd 10 reinv
the ptoper proportion of said sum pild for
Insurance required to enrrv sild lnursic
until day of sn'e with Interest n prnvlJeii
In said deed, and out of the bilnnee of
proceeds to pay the principal of tho prin
cipal pnte described in snld deed nf trust
with Interest ns In such deed provided
the court house door nt which such sale
will be made helng the south front ilnor
of the court house building n Knnsis
City. Jnckson county. Missouri, on the
block of sronnd bounded by Fifth street
Oak street, Missouri nyenns nnl Locust
street. In which building the circuit court
of Jackson countv. Missouri, nt Knnsi,
Cltv, will h held nr mie-ht liwfully
held If !i session nt the t'nie nf salo, nnd
nt which door 'he sheriff usentlv soils lac 1
on execution from snld eourt
jr:rrnnsnv prtT'MPvrT: Trusts.
TnUSTIJU'S BALK lly ie-aon of default
In tho payment of a principal niuiiils-ou
note nnd tha last maturing Interest not
described In a deed uf trust, cv tilted bt'
William II Trlcnens, unman led, 10 the un
dcrslguod trustee dated January tilth ism
tiled for r. t ord January 21st, lhuo, jn the uf'
lice of lecoider of deeds for Jacks,,,
roitnt) -ourl. In book 11, 3.1;, nt' "'"
221. I. 1 udersigned trustee, will. pU',Su
ant to the terms of snld d.ed of trust, and
at Hie le.iiie'.' of 'ho legal holder of km,
uotis, sell at piibllo endue, to iho highest
t.i.i.ln. tn enfch ell of l.tt tt.l,. ..'.'.ror!
house, at tho boutheast corner of niihi,
and walnut uresis. In Kansas city. ja, iV
WHIPPLH LOAN AND TIII'ST COM.
PANY. Trustee, by A. A Wllippu:. ts
H-rnr-iriioi.nnns' !iiErTi'rivii ...
heicby given that the annual meuUng of
the stockholders ol thp Jackson investment
Company will bo i,c, a; the olllce of tho
company. No. W New ork Life building. '
In Kansas City, Ml sspui I, on Mondaj, tliJ I
tlrst day of April. A. 1). lt.53. at tho hour of
ln.t rt'fllrt.te- n lit., fnr the ititriins.. nV ..!-..-
lug a director In the place of John C. Cage. I
l.lt.U W v.w.- .--... .-....., .....J.-.WV v.. CllTI
transaction of such other business .is m.ii.
eeiiusu ec. ,.,i ...v. v-m"..--, attti jur mo
troperly come before a stockholders' meet
IB. SANFOItU U. LADD.
(5IIARLE3 E. SMALL. President.
lliujaj City. Mom Match li lUi.
in block number two 121. In T. a. Bnun''
nddltlon to tho City of Kansas, now called
Kansas City, Jackson count) Missouri ..
the west tloor of the Fulted Statu ......1....T
son county. .Missouri, on mo 15th day Jf
March, ISM, between the hours of nine
o'clock In the forenoon ami live o'clock in
tho afternoon, for tho purpose of satisfy.
Ing the said indebtedness and tho cost of
Aveetttlne? this trilSt.
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Leave Tuesdays. Thursdiys and Salnr
dnv0. Arrive Mondays. Wednesday-, i i 1
Oram) Avenuit Depot, tt"il St.
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pitovtrr ami iti i.i ui r.
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VIIi:ni:.VS, Hope Vin llrunt an! John
Van Hruiit, h' i hu di.Mnl, by ilo.r d td of
trust titled thi 171 Ii t! ii of Api 1, ls an I
lecorded in Ihe ollict oi th i i 1 t
deeds of Ja K on cuiliitj, .Mlsaoui 1, tit Ivn -t-as
Cii. In bonis H Nu. (.'. at (i it,, .-t, ti I
convt io th. irid i Igin i tiust. tin i .i
lowing described ii .stale, -.uiti ,i
Jaelisun eouiity, -Missouri, o-vvlt: TI.- tii
ulueiy-three t.u) feet of lot niinibti ij e.''.
In block number seveti (7), in . tri.uu
place, an uidltlon to Kansas Mt., M -um ,
being u parcel of land fronting ntiy (u
fuel on tin- east side of Petui .ureot, in ba, I
elty, between liih un.l ISth sts , and run
ning back east that width fur J ftet. m
trust, to nct-ure the p,imei.t of the pi n ,.
toil note und I'lterc-t theitou or the; salt
Jlopa and John Van llrunt. In sj' 1 .1. . d of
trust desoubid; and, nip re .is, th fault h u
been made In ihu payment of out) Install
ment of interest on said note, and the same
leuialiis due and unpaid, now. therefore.
Iiatlee is beleby given that, at the r.-iui st
of the Kval holder of i-aid note and by
virtue of power In me vested by sa'd deed
of trust, 1. th underalstied trustee, villi, on
Hatuiduy. the SJd daj of Mnrch, liiu. nn.1
between the hours of 0 a. in. and G p. m , of
that day. proceed to sell the real cstatu
above described at publlo undue to tho
highest bidder, fur cash, nt the west door
of thu United Stiite-s postoillco building,
southeast coiner of tlili and Walnut streets,
In Kanas Ctij, Jackson county, Missouri,
to siitlsfy and pay otf said nute and inter
est, mid the costs of extcuting this tiust.
13 ' IIUNUV STUIinvitAUi-II, Vii,xei:
Scammou, Crosby A btubeurauch, Att'ys.
Elizabeth U. DK'irltt', Ills wife to the un-
lltlb.gnttl iruoevv, u..t. it .'e-etiuuer will, &,
tiled tor record leeetiib,.r 6th, 1SS, In tha
oih a of the n-ford; r nt dietli for Jacltsun
eouutj. Mlo"il. In bouk H ,VJ, at page
ix), I, the underi.isui'.I trust, j, will, pur
scant to the leruii of tnld deed of trust,
and at the H'luest of Ilia legal holder of
tai.l note, sell at piiijilo vendue', to tho
lm,hei bl'ldir. for cash, a of lot number
leu lie), in Ludlow place, un addition to
Hi., city of ,lva,'11;13 (now Kansas City),
ju-ksuii eoiinty. Missouri, nt the west door
of the Untied btaie-d custom house, nt tho
.autli. am corner of Mmli and Walnut
sue. is. In J!,a". -.-' J-sjlfsoii county,
Mi.ouil. u ,"''! d day of March. IsM
httvveeii the hours of nlno o'clock r. thti
MEETINC OF STOCKUOLnL'nS-No.
tlo i Uiieu S"'s.'"' in I wmiui lllue.t
Ing of the ttoekhohUrs o the Lombard
lnvc-iinti.t Company. c Missouri, will
be held at the oiiloe of the company in
the K 'th A rcrry building at the south-
west comer of Ninth and Walnut streets.
t.. i......,.s I'tle i IlsSOUrl. an Thties.lni. .v.!
4lh day of April, ISM, at nine o'clock a.
111., lor lne ptit,jw w v.vviuiti eiirvciors or
the coninenv and tno transaction of sue).
other business as may properly come be
fore tho t-oiUholders meeting.
Kansas City Mo., March 7. ISM.
H. U. MOONEY, Pre-ldent.
A. D. P.IDEH. Bccretari. ' "
H "L "7 V- -ur-tr.Mi'
THl'STEH'd isALL-liy re,ibori of default
in th" imJ went of interest on a Certain pr a.
tipal proiusi.oiy note uescrtbed in a deed of
...... ..v.utetl by H'Jgeild J Dletrloh un.l
lorenuon u "-,;' '.; -,' '"? uiiernoon,
lor ihe purpo.0 of satisfying h0 s,,ia ,;
llUjt, jhlton Jiooiti:, Trustee.
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