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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY. MAKOTT 2, 1805.
PLOWS AND PLOWING.
ROMRTIIIMI NUW ON A WKM. WOIIN
Ilcncnts nt Intensive, Farming ltcenrd of n
Dairy Selection nt feeding MiiITii
llio Cost nf feeding llrns-
J. A. Doble, In National Htocktmni One
'would suppose that so Important nn Oper
ation fl plowing would lie well under
Mood by evers farmer, nnrt .vet (no render
will perhnp agree with Us Hint comp.ira
tlvels few men know a really goo-1 plow
when thus' try It. or understand how lo sot
It right and hitch to II propnily.
t have found from experience In using
many different make thnt n plow to do
the hen work should posses the follow
ing among ninny other point of excel
lence: It should have a capacity to cut and
turn a furrow twice an wide as the de
sired depth. It Is not possible to properly
turn a furrow nenrly as deep ns wide
In order to get depth there must be about
twice as much width. The standard nnd
beam should be set In the center of the
work nnd not Hush with the landslide,
causing thnt provoking side draft nnd
twisting of the linndles lo landward. The
outline of the mouldboard should be riicIi
as to secure uniform wear on the elitlro
surface, nnd not wear rapidly on ono part
and hardly keep bright on another. The
whole wearing surface should be very hard
metal nnd of oven temper throughouti
In this part of the eountiy not one
farmer In a hundred has iver used a Joint
er, nnd vet this l one of the het ntneh
ment ever nut on n plow. With one of
thce, sharp and set to run about two
lnche deep, nil sod and rubbish will be
turned under completely, and there will bo
only clean mellow soli to harrow down.
Theie will Iiq no grass growing tip between
furrows nnd no bits of sod on surface to
hinder tho use of harrow while the corn
Tor several years we have used a gauge
wheel to regulate the depth, nnd would
not now do without one. This gives one
a uniform depth of furrow, Just vvhnt j oil
set It for. It the point Is sharp, nnd re
pealed experiments have proven conclu
sively that the wheel decreases the draft.
With these attachments ami propeily set
the plow will not have lo be held, but will
run right nnd can bo guided with n. inera
touch now nnd then.
1'Iovvh can now be hnd that are built ox
piely for any certain kind of work nnd
for any soil, and a plow should bo caro
fullv (.elected with reference to the work
It Is to do.
A little time can be protltahlv spent In
"tinkering" with the plow to make It run
right. One of the best plow we ever saw
was one that had been tnken out, con
demned and returned, simply because It
was not properly set and hitched to. A
three-horse plow should never be ued
with two horses. In the llrst place the
plow will bo condemned as running heavily
and In tho second It will be accused of not
doing Its work right.
The double-tree for a two-horse plow
should bo thlrts-slx Inches long, and for
three horses about lirty-lwo Inches Ions.
If the plow runs on the point the hitch Is
too high, nnd In this case lower It. The
standard height Is sixteen Inches from the
level to hitching point.
If the gauge-wheel Is used It Is not so
particular as to height of hitch and length
of traces, etc., but If not It will be neces
sary to have the harness and height of
hitch very nicely adjusted to make the
plow do perfect work.
Itut tho plow may be ever so skillfully
built, adjusted and hitched to, nnd If tho
off horse lags and then rushes ahead,
crowds Its mate and then swings off as far
ns It can, good work cannot be done, and
the plowman will very likely say some
thing. There are many styles of plowing, Manv
want a sod fuirow turned over smooth end
ll.it, but we prefer a. lap fuirow, Just
turned so It will not come back, so tho
manure, stubble and rich surface Is sjit
teied through the soil more, and not lild
Hat on the sub-soil. All should ho kft
lying rough and loose. With the ground
left like this a smoothing hariovr used nt
the proper time will do a. large amount of
pulverizing at one passing over. It would
hardly touch the same soli turned over flat
and smooth. It Is hardly necessary to say
that tho furrows should be btarted straight,
kept straight, and not nn Inch left un
turned. J. AL DOBIU.
Auglalso county, O.
That "New" l'nrago Plant.
Professor C. C. Georgeson In Kansas
Parmer: Many Inquiries suggests the pro
plots of recounting our experience with
bacnllne. this new so-called "forage plant"
which Is being so widely advertised by
seedsmen during the present season.
This plant was called to our attention
.i j ear ago by the report of a. Trench
botanist, which was initially reprinted in
one or two of tho leading agricultural
Journals In America, lie called attention
to the extraordinary growth of this plant,
which he estimated, on tho bisls of a very
few specimens, to have yielded ns much
as ISO tons of green foliage per acre In one
season, and stated that cuttln to which it
hnd been fed ate It with avldltv. It was
noted.howevcr, thnt It grow on llch, moist
soil and it evidently had plenty of room
nnd good culture.
The plant reported on by tho French
man was said to be from tho Island of
Sachallen, In tho so.i of Okhotsk, north
oi the J.ipinese group, and was a wild
f pedes ot the buckwheat tribe (Pols
gomim haohallneso). It Is to bo noted that
Its homo lb In a. cold, moist cllm ite, where
the winter are severe, tho rainfall heavy
and the atmosphere at all seasons moist.
It Is also listed among tho thirty-four dis
tinct species of Polsgonum found 111 Jnpnu,
the conditions theie as to molstiuo being
the same as futher north, though the tem
perature Is more moderate.
A plant of such extiaordinary productive)
powers ns stated In the Trench iojort,
with possibilities for usefulness as a, for
age plant deserves to be Investigated. We,
therefore, procured a dozen plants from
Pitcher ,fc Mnndn, nursery llrm. of Short
Hills, x. j,, ami planted them out in April
last The plants, or rather loots, stnited
to grow promptly, but a Into mild frost
killed the shoots to the giound, after hav
ing reached a height of six to nine Inches.
One-hnlf the plants did not stmt to grow
again; the remaining sU sent up feeble
spiouts, which lem-hed a height of eighteen
to twenty Inches, before the severo drouth
of last season sot In, lit the latter half of
July. Wiheu tho hot, diy weather came
they ceased to grow, lost their leaves nnd
apparently succumbed completely.
'ihls Is tho In let hlsloty of one sea
son's trial at this station with the .miieli
ta ked-of, over-advertised "s.ic.illne," Tho
results do not hold out much promise of
enoimous vklds of pilat.ible nnd nutritious
green fodder, which most seed catalogues
would lend us to believe this plant will
furnish. On the contrary. It seems to be
entliely unsiilted to tho dry, hot climate
of the Western stales, and the facts ns to
the climate conditions of Its native habitat
would seem to explain Its behavior bete,
Ono point dllllcult to understand Is why a
plant which has Its home In Siberian lat
itudes should be so sensitive to u very
slight frost, as ours proved to be. It leaves
room for tho suspicion that wu may not
have had the genuine article but Instead a
tender species from some Southern legion.
We have recenly procured seed from two
distinct bources In order lo give tho plant
unothr trills but have but little hopes of
mora favorable results than list hPiou.
Whatever It may do In moist cllm lies, I
do not bellovo that a plint fiom that
region can be of any signal value ns .1
forage plant In n dry, hot cllmato like ouis,
The seed la Imported fiom Jupin nnd Is
costly, and I would advise those fanners
who have been prepossessed In favor of
this plant by the extrnordlnnty statements
In teed catalogues, to await fuithor de
velopments before they Invest much money
In It. Should fiuther trials show It to be ,i
good thing. It will bo mo enough to got
n start hi It, , ,
I may add that whllo In Japan a few
veau ago. I freiiuenlls saw u coarse) spe
cies of Polygonum growing In the volcanlo
eand and scorl i In the gulches and mount
ain vallcvs. It eonesponds to tho descrip
tion of this "sacallnc." It Is a roiri-e
need, blx or eight feet SIbIi. nnd would he
one of the list things a .aimer would pick
out as a foiage plant, und if It has any
value ns such tho Japanese themselves did
not know It. Whether It was Hieh illnese
or somo allied speeds, I mn unable to say,
but I suspect that It Is tho plant which
furnishes tho seed now being sold here mi.
Jer tho name of "sacallne."
llenellls of ImIiii.Iio Tunning.
Wisconsin ABllculturlst; There should be
a remedy somewhere: much of our seed
wheat Is wasted when we tow one und one
fourth bushels to the aero and get In return
but ten or twenty. HxperiineiiU show that
grain of wheat produces forty fold.
Every pound bhuuld bring forty.
Short rotation of crops und ileun tillage
practically do nwuy with the old weed
jrohlcin. The clover, for liibtunce, Is to
aeavy the tint cnr that It hardly gels a
(oothold, and then we do not wult until It
runs out and the pests In, but turn It light
aver und put In u. crop.
If the farmer raUo buy to sell from the
farm, remember that timothy will take
less from the farm than clover. Jluny
people who buy ate learning, howover.that
early cut, nicely cured clover Is better than
timothy for nearly ull purposes. Clear
timothy will bring the mobt money an aero
a a rule.
Aside from the question of Increased
productiveness the quality of fruit from
Lrtu wU fertUUed U enough better to re
ply the col. If gr.is Is allowed to grow
top dres with nialile manure and turn In
the sheep to kppp the herbage down, It
rarefullv cultivated .the fertiliser will bet
ter reach the roots df put to grass
Pelenee bpnctlH only thoe who keep tip
with tho procession. It has Injured the
majority nf farmer, perh-vps, simply be
cause the minority follow Its, teachings anil
the rest do tint. The slow, In.icouinlo old
fashioned wnjs will not do nnv more, nnd
thev who pursue them nro left In tho lurch
nnd science has done It,
Pome nf tho experiment stations cerlalnlv
give nut things not In nccordnncc with nld
notion. The Maryland station says that
the grealer the quantity ot seed tlnloes
planted the Rreater will be (he yield: nnd
Hie larger the piece Ihe hPivtcrs tint the
larger the piece tho larger and eirller will
be thP Jleld
Mankind eat that they, may live! so do
plants It follows that they must be sup
plied with food they demand, or they will
not thrive. It will not ilo Tor n whole
country to buy fertilizer at random, all
using the snme, for ihe soils nro alrenlv
different In their possession nnd he who
rnlsps wheat will need different food from
him who raises cabbage or peas or buck
wheat Asparagus Is .1 vegetable constantly
growing In favor and one which may be
profitably cultivated An ounce nf seed I
said to produce 1,00 plants. A smdy lonn
well fertilised with hen manure, gunno rind
bone dust Is the best soil No weeds can
bo allowed. The plants should be placed
In row two nnd one-hilt feet npirt with
nt least two feet between tho plants liong
Islind growers. suppllng New York mar
kets, stale that thev have nndo ns much
ns JI,:W from a single acre.
Seiond Crop ced Polatnps,
Alva Agec, In National Stockman: There
I repelled Inqiilij nbout tho second-Clop
potntoe of the South for seed. The fol
lowing are the facts, o far as I know:
The di mnml for second-crop potatoes ex
ceeds the supplj, which Is fair proof of
As the second crop I grown from seed
tnken from tho ilrst crop, pirt only of
which sprouts, there Is 111 111 Ml selection
for rally maturity. Moreover, the Southern
eed comes to us inisprouled nnd full ot
vigor, nnd for this reason It makes tho
best seed 1 can get for nn early market
Those who hive used this seed longest
value It llin highest. It has been used
here for live or six years, nnd the orders
fiom this neighborhood this spring amount
lo sixty bands, 1 mil told. 1 plant twelvo
It Is a dllllcult matter lo get truo second
crop seed, and last year my neighbors nnd
I utterly Tailed. The seed wp got was only
a late giown crop, marked "second crop."
Some of It was sprouted and Inclined to
wilt, jet by early planting tho jleld was
Sometimes true second-crop potatoes are
large, but I prefer tho very small tubers,
such as wo often get. They need not be
cut, wtrlclL Is tin advantage In early plant
ing, nnd then a whole tuber give an
earlier crop than a cutting, although the
cutting will sprout llrst.
I do know that late grown potatoes nre
being branded "second crop," nnd shipped
North. One llrm did a big huslncssj In l.ito
grown stock. We can grow our own l.ito
potatoes. Such deception seems lo have
become so prevalent that I have nbout
ceased to recommend the Southern seed
for nn early crop. Trom what data I
could get last year I believe the most ot
the potatoes that camo North I saw sev
eral hundred barrels ot them branded
"econd crop" were only a. lato grown
Second-crop seed does not give satis
faction for n. main crop liable to rot.
The sixty barn Is of seed oidcred for us
are almost exclusively Kirly Hobrons.
Cost nbout $1 a bushel and freight.
1 think this covers nil tho points.
Sprajlng for tho Coddling Moth.
In the course of an interview Thursday
on the subject ot the Paris green treat
ment for coddling moth, Secretaiy Morton
said: "The demand for npples grown In the
United Suites has uhvnjs been In excess
of the supply. The United Kingdom of
England alone during tho nine months
ending September, lS'il, pild the orch.uils
of the United States t.'.fjOO.OOO. The great
est enemy to our export apple ts the cod
dling moth. Hut tho entire crop can be
made vvormlesn It the orchards ot the
United States will use tho following re
ceipts: "Use Paris green nt the rate of ono
pound to 150 gallons of water. Weigh suf
tlclcnt poison for tho capacity of the tank
used and make lute a. thin paint with a
small quantity of water and add powered
or quick lime equal to tho weight of the
poison used, mixing thoroughly. The lline
takes up the fre'o arsenic and removes the
danger of scalding. Strain the mixture
Into the spray tank, taking care to pulver
ise nnd wash all the poison through tho
strainer. Dining the operation of bin .15 Inn
see that tho liquid is agitated with suf
Ilclent frequency to prevent tho settling ot
"Let the first spiaylng follow within a
week alter the falling of the blossoms of
either apple or pear, and follow this with
a second treatment Just btfoie the fruit
tuins down on tho stem, or whew It is
from a quarter to a half Inch In diameter
Tho first spralng reaches the egg" laid
by the moth In the llnwer end of the
fi nit. shortly after the falling of the blos
soms, and tho second the later eggs laid
by belated moths. Do not spray tiees when
In bloom, and If a washing nln Imme
diately follows treatment, repeat the ap
plication." i.ivi: STOCK,
Itecnril of 11 Dairy.
Correspondence National Stockman: We
glvo till week another record of the
sear's work of a herd of cows. Keeping
such a record Involves considerable time
on the put of tho owner, vet It would be
hard to tlnd a way In which a dairyman
or farmer could mote profitably spend tho
time thus employed. In tho llrst nl ice, the
more pains we take with anything the
more pains wo are willing lo take, and the
farmer who Is willing to keep a. record of
his cows Is very apt to glvo them a little
extra attention that they would not othei
wlso get. He Is apt to Increase their
ginln ration 011 cold days, and glvo them
extra teed when tho pasture Is short, or
In other ways to help them along for the
sake of keeping up theli iccoid.
Then again comes the advantage nf
knowing exactly how much tho cows ate
maklng.nnd when ho sees how much or how
little the cows are making, ho Is very apt
to tiy and Incrcaso the Jleld for tho next
It would bo well to occasionally weigh
tho feed, th it we may know what wo give
our cows, ns well as what they glvo us.
Many ot the subscribers who sent us a
record for one week vvroto that they were
well rep lid for their trouble In malting
the ttst by the iicour.ite knowl'" '
gained, and we are verj- sure that keeping
a vear'b lecurd will lie Jum h& ptu.i ..
Do not put it off becaiiHo the Hist of the
vear Is pissed: the tlrst of March or the
tit st of April will do Just as well ,
Having completed my (list jear In mnk
n bulter nnd keeping account of nil I
sold I will bend mi a statement of same.
I Blurted the 1st of January, ISai, with live
eons as follows: A sIx-j-eai-oM cow that
calved In .Tununiy, two-j ear-old that
calved In .lauuiry, four-yeai-old that
calved In eVbruniy, two-jear.old that
ealved In Mnj four-j ear-old that calved
In June. Tho last cow was giving milk
all tho tlmo up till tho date of calving
The two-e.ir-old heifer that hnd her llixt
ealf In Junuaty had a second calf In No
v ember, jiift nine mouths And twelve days
from the dato or the llrst calf. Tho live
cows were all milked from date of their
calving up IIH the 10th of June and tin 11
the slx-j ear-old cow vvtib not milked any
moie, and was sold In November, The
cows were fed bran about one-half g.il.
Ion a fil twice 11 d iv and hnd tho run of
a Held thnt was sown in rje from tho 1st
of JamiHiy till the 1st of May and then
wero tinned on pasture that was not tlrst
class on account of tho clover being frown
Their feed In the fall and winter was
ground wheat and bran, equal parts, and
about thiee quails at a feed and clover
hay at nights, and the run of a straw lot
In iluytlinc I will glvo tho amount sold
by the months:
Month. Pounds, Value
March ,.,.(.. ....i
Ma' ,,,,,,,.. ...
September ,,., ...
October ,, ,,,t.i
Til f s 77
; is rut
in r mi
l.'.r, :s is
, im is 10
....,.,. os u 41
.,.,..,, M 14 1.'
,, 71 l.'IM
...,..,. ft 11 73
., . ino
J, 11!) SO 51
,, .,,, IM 31 20
hundred and sev-
Used at home ..,.,,,
nn., tliousaml two
.niv.iK,. nounds of butter makes an aver
ago of S83 1-3 pounds per cow, or JS3 20 per
cow ut tha price It was sold. I have not
lluuied tho milk that I fed my hogs or the
calves sold ami raised from Ihls herd,
Mlr thm of I't'edlug Stuffs.
Wisconsin Agriculturist: In selecting feed
stuff's for stock tho farmer should be gov
erned by the condition of the market, Cost
of feed stuffs Is controlled by other factors
than tho actual amounts of food materials
vvhlth they contain: Indeed, thero often
uppeara to be very little connection be
tween the two. Hearing In mind that tho
froteln U tha 1110H expensive Ingredient,
he fanner can make his selection with the
aid of the tables showing the digestible
maUrlala In 100 pounds. These will show
him whether wheat at (9 cent per tunnel
I a cheaper feed than corn at f.l cents,
nnd how gluten meal nt St tier ton com
pare Willi linseed Ine.il nt iii III these
comparisons onlv tho protein nnd fuel
value need necessarily be eonsldered, "f
course the sperlil adaptability nml tho
reverse uf some miterlnl to different
kinds of nnlm.ils will bo tnketi Into nc
coiint. lint another Important consideration
where fertilisers or umpire have to be re
lied upon I the maniirlal value of n feed
ing stuff This I shown bv Ihe nitrogen
In the protein nnd Ihe phophorlo neld and
potash lit the ash. TicdliiR Stuffs differ
widely In tin resect Wheat, bran nnd
cottonseed meal having rt high niiitilirbil
value, while lorn menl I relatively low.
The value of the manure l largely deter
mine I by Ihe elnrncter nf Ihe food given.
If the miniire Is carefully preserved a
lirge proportion of the ler.iuzlug cunslllti
pnts of Inn food nre leeovercd In the ma
nure, nnd go lo enrich .lie land,
Tlover, lupines, alfalfa row pen 1 ite , con.
lain nbout twlco the qiiontlty uf digesti
ble protein Hint hnv from the grascs doe.
As a result they contain much mine nitro
gen for firtlllztiig purposes, nnd thej- nro
also somewhat richer In potash than
grasses The seed nt tin se plants (cow
pe.i, soji beah, etc.) are exceedingly rich
In protein nnd ran lake the place ot ex
pensive loiumerilal reeds. Ity growing nnd
feeding more leguminous ciops the umouiii
of grain requlrnl I diminished, the value
of the manure I Inct eased and tho soil Is
enriched In fertility, further than till. It
has been dctiumstratcij within the list few
seats Hut leguminous crops nre able to de.
rive the luger part of (hi nitrogen rrom
the atmosphere during inelr growth, re
quiring little manuring with iiltinginnus
mnnuies. 'I hej- therotorc enrich the soil,
ration and the manure In nitrogen which
they derive from ihe ntmosphere without
cost to the farmer, besides Improving the
mechanical and plijslcnl conuuion or the
1 bn fust i.r Keeping Hens,
, American farmer: There has olwavs
been considerable diversity or opinion con
cerning the cot ot keeping a hen a j-ear.
We hive considered Co cent n rnlr estimate,
but others have put It rrom Hint up to l.
Wo have lieen interested In a Mock of
PIS mouth Iloeks In this pi ice, the owner
or which bus nil the rood they get, paying
retnll price Tor It in market. He was in
clined lo think thnt our estimate was a
pretty low "lie, but ns ho Keeps 11 sit let
account with his Mock, ho begins to see
that ;o cents a head ur a vi ir Is not far
riom coirect. The only thing his hens
get to eat that me not cmuged ror I the
table scraps ot a small Tamils, and these
would bo thionn away ir not given to the
hens, and 1110 nbout the same 111 every
home, so llicj' cannot be counted, except
tint thej. nre made available, Instead or
being absolutely wasted. it I entirely
within bounds to snv that the feed bought
for this flock e'osts JO per cent more than
the rnrmer who produces It gets fur it, and
the farmer can feed his grain to chickens
and get more for It thin he can to sell it
In open m irket. It a flock of chickens can
be kept In a city for DO cents each, n, sear,
they can be kept for W cents on the farm,
and ns on Ihe fnrm they have an opportu
nity to pick up a great deal of food that
Is not to be found on a city lot, we bellovo
wo aro making a veiy fair estlmite In
putting tho cost of keeping a hen In the
eountiy as low as r.3 cents u jeir. It eggs
bring onlv il cents a doren they nre 2i
cents In Springfield ns we write three dor
en eggs In a year piy the cost or keeping,
and all above that Is prollt. Wn are not
dealing In guess work now, ror the figures
on our rrlend's poultrj- account show ex
actly what has been done, and he Is a
liberal feeder, too.
reeding 3tnilltlng Ileus.
Corrcnpondcnce Country Oentloman:
Your correspondent who rccentlj com
plained because his hens did not lay whllo
moulting w.is a llttln unrensonnble, espe
cially If that moulting was dining cold
weather. Tho peilod of moulting Is a eiy
tislng one to hens, and unless they 111
Htm ted laying before It In gins and mo
well fid utterw.uds, they aro pretty likely
to luko a vacation until It Is nil over. Un
less a lien Is well tluough moulting befoio
cold weather begins, she might about ns
well bn niadei Into a pot-pie. .
feeding has mui h to 1(11 with timely nnd
lapld moulting. Tho hens should have .1
good portion of cat bon ice oils food. Some
linseed meal In tho sott reed Is ux ellent.
A plents' ot cut grten bono and meat will
bo very helpful. Milk Is also especially
good nt this time. Sunflower si eds in
moderate quantities help tho giowth of tho
feathers tuid render them vets' glosss
Abovo all, a hen while moulting mut bn
well protected. Not onlj" Is sho tlcpilved
of her natural coveting, but she Is ex
tiemely senslttvo to cold diafta und ex
posure If winter eggs nro expected, moulting
must bo completed nnd laying begun bo
fme cold weather. Hceauso this Is often
dllllcult with old hens, hotter lesultH .110
usually obtained by lalslng eaily pullets
tor winter liylng. nut even the-e. ir of
tho Leghorn or nthot quick manning
breeds, mas' bo hatched so earls' na to
moult In tho fall. Hence theso should not
bo hatched no soon ns the larger bieedb
April or early Hay Is toon enough.
tV'iln 'lire and the Itonlff.
The agricultural department. Washington,
hns Issued a bulletin lOmpiU'd by Itoy
Stone, special agent In eh.ugo ot road In
quiry, containing Inform itlon concerning
tho use of wide tires on wngnn wheels.
Mr. Stono regards It of special Importance
In tho maluti'tiaco of nubile hlghwas'a that
tho vehicle used on them shall havo tiles
ot greater width than nre now hi general
use Hxtiaets fiom tho state lawn re
specllng tho width of tires to be used oil
vehleliH am given, some ot which offer 11
rebate of a portion ot the highway tax on
wagons with rims ur tiros not less than
tin co and three and n half Inches wide.
Ohio makes It unlawful to transport over
mac.idcinlzcd, giavel or stone rouls In nny
vehicle having a tlio of less Hum three
Inches In width, a burden of more than
.U0fl pounds. Indiana has a law against
hauling 011 a wot gravel road a load of
over L'.uOO pounclr on .1 nnirnw Hied wagon,
or eivur 2.5U0 pounds on a broad tired
Kentucky makes a distinction In favor of
biond tiled wagons In llxlng toll intes.
Tho icsiiltH of experiments with wldo tires
In vnilous states aie also given.
Tho bulletin, In concluding, pilnts ex
ttucls ftom tho consular reports concern
lug tho width of tin's m esc 1 bed In various
foreign countiie.s. In finnco cveiy fielght
Ing cut Is said to be a 10. id maker. Their
Hi en 1110 from thiee to ten Inches lu width,
usunlls' fiom four to six. The Herman law
inscribes that vvngons for lieavs' loads,
such ns conl, biick, e.11 ill and stono. must
have a width of tiro nt least rour Inches.
Switzerland rtqulus wagons lo bo pm.
vldid with wheil.s having tires of a width
pioportlonato to tho luigest Io.uIh admis
sible. hpcclaltlo In Tanning.
National Stockman: It his not been
many yenis blncn those who lived In tho
countrs wero known simply as farmers.
Them was little or no distinction between
the work of onn fanner and another,
flopping and talslng live stock combined
constituted tlm work of 1ur.1l residents,
and the genei.il n.uno of "farmer" was ap
plied to them ull without tiny distinguish
ing fe nines.
It is dlffeient now. Thero is us closo
tlusijllcntlon aiming Ihoso who live Ijejnml
tho conllncs of cltteh and towns us them
Is among thoso who 1110 engaged In niet
ehaiidUIng or manufacturing Specl.ilts In
Inimlng has been developed in 11 woudeimi
extent within the past ten sears .Mnny
Minis met dt voted to the exclusive produc
tion of a blnglo uitlcle lor tho m.ilket In
sections of the countis wheto .1 few sv.irs
ago theie was but llttln If any method In
l.g.ud to ciupplug. The uilapt.thlllls' of
ceilulu soils to certain crop is helng recorf
nl(d moiii fully, and IhU has encouraged
the Idea nf t.unuia devoting their 1 met and
their time to such ciops us they can pio
duco to gie.uest advantage. It la evidence
of piogreos that these things urn tliui and
the pi asperity of tho agtleulttuo of this
counlty depends gteutlj upon thu classify
ing und specializing in the woik of evciy
fainui. . .....
Among live stock men tho line Is even
moie clnvely di.iwn than 11 lt among thoa
who cultivate crops, Tim different bti'eds
of stock h.tvu their champions, and each
scar bleeders ate getting neuter to thu Idea
that thcru Is moie pioilt In raising but
one kind or class of live stock. Stock men
1110 known as hoieo men, sheep men,
swine men, etc., etc. hpeclaltles aie pietty
well Inaugurated among Hie most progieea-.
Ivo men of the couutiy, and tho sooner
they aro tukeu up by all othcts tho better
It will be,
Hood corn fodder Is as good for joung
horseti us has', liooel In thu sense nu-niib
blight, sweet fodder that hasn't been water
soaked and is not musty or mouldy.
If thero nio any large stones on Ihe farm
which have been driven around ear after
j car, now, before tho grounil freezes hard.
Is a good time to bitty them bo deep thu
plow will never leach them.
A gentleman of Nebraska claims to have
a Lincoln lamb ram It! weeks old that
A BOOK FOR
Kutltled "Woman's Ileauty, Peril. Duty," con
taining a u.igt or Important Information which
eiery woman, married or tingle, should know
about Derlt, will be sent to any address Dec
Lsdla . PiukUam Wed. Cu Lynn, Ua3. (ICC
welnh H2 pounds, ntnl thai lie midelhl
gilii on hi molhei's milk and gras. Till
I pearls n pound for cnih iliy or hi lire.
The building of n ctenlnery In n nelghbor
hnu 1 nrien conduces to tn.ue plolit 111 slock
keeping He-sides affording a m irket Mr
the ilnliv products, It not lnriequiitl.v I a
mentis or (ducntlnn up to belter method
or reeding und caring Mr the prolucts.
The pig, ildilelilv choim I le a food nf
corn will for n. Illlle time tinke rapid gain
In weight, but the dlgellon will soon be so
much Inquired Hint II enntuit assimilate
the rood it eats, nnd will not continue to
m ike Ihe gain It should. Older ntiltnal
digest the lorn better, nnd It I, therefore,
ie better food for them than tor growing
To dpslrov bugs In reed pens put the peas
In water, nnd the bugs and Injured pel
will rise to tin surface Skim them olt und
detrov tlicin four oft the wnler nnd
spread Hi pi as to drj IN a that have
been ntlni k'd bv weevil should not be used
for Seed, not onlv because such seed mnv
not germinate, but nbo b. iiiise more
weevil will be produced In nliuck the crop
fINANOIAIi AUUNT-A chattel loan
coiuimtiy will open an olllce In one or two
good lown (where there I it demand for
30 dn loans) to make chattel loins. Ap
plicant must have thorough knowledge of
values and llist-class refereiu e. Inclosp
stamped envelope. Address v 72S, care
WANTIID A man or lady to manage
itl(rlliulliig Minipbs, e-niils, books, circs.
Do coriespiindetue. Send Sylvan i'ii'J'i
Petinlt, Mich., pi els Mr samples, toap,
pic, nnd get special offer to sou.
WANTHD timncdlnloly, three news
ngenls on railroad, Call on .Southern Hall
way News Co., ICiS Union ave.
WANTHD If, young men to learn tele,
graphs'. Add. Will A. Skclton. Hallnn, Km.
WANT13D- Acllvu voung man for olllce;
fill Mnln st ; wages, tin per week.
WANTUD-'J S'Uing men, light work, J1J
a week U West Ctli St., room '.'.
WANTf.D Agenls f.v to MO per elay
easily made In liny locnlliy. We riirnlsh a
lino or FiimplcN rice nnd allow to per cent
commission ror selling Particulars tree,
or wo will mnll a sample of our goods In
sterling silver upon lecclpt nt ten cents In
stumps, stnndaid Sllverwaio Co,, Uuston,
CANADIAN n.MPLOYMHNT OfflCD.
and furnished room, lop? Dist 12th, cjr.
Walnut. Tel. 1179. The belt Plnco In K. J..
Mo., to lluel help or situations, mile or
renialc; 14 years' experience. Iter. Omaha
Nat. bank, Omaha; Citizens' bank, K, C.
"WANTDD Situation. An upright, edu
cated, experienced min see kii nn iMigige
menl to lepieseut a Jobber, nnniif.ictiircr
or other pirty, not requiring it technical
training, loenllv or traveling; refciencea
and bond. Address W 7-ei. Journal olllre.
WANTUD Competent bookkeeper em
ployed dining the dnv would llko set of
books to post evenings. Address W 727,
to iiii.nt noiisns.
TO JtnNT lly Joseph Plume:
lSlt llro.nlw.iy, 3 room house, .
i:i07 Missouri ave., 3 room house, J5.
21(1) Knusis ave., 1: room house, 17
2111 Kansas .ive.. fi room house-. 7.
Lois Tr.ies ave., s room house,$13.
lill Montg.ell ave., 7 loom brick. $17.fj0.
2117 I.sdl.t ave, R room brick, $17.50.
2.1J1 Ijjella ave., S room brick, $20.
l.liO f, Mb st.. 11 room brick.
JOSEPH PLUMi:, llentil Agent.
TO Itl.NI' ItOOVIs.
TO HUNT Nicely furnished fiont 100111;
centralis located; porcelain bath, very com
plete, lca&onable. Address W 7-'- Journal
TO HUNT i'legnnt offices In tho Journal
hldg. at reasonable, rates. Apply to tho
TO HUNT 110 houses nnd stores.
W right .V; Co. Masonic building
JIOMIV TO t.OAV.
KANSAS CITY Improved property. S per
cent to G per cent loan; mones' ndvance-l
when sei-uittv and title approved; r.irm
loans Northwest Missouri and Northeast
Kansas; current riles, annual interest pi
able at borrowers local bank, iuoih-s
raids; coiropowlenco and Interviews In
vited with borrowers nnd lenders
JAMUS L. LOMHAHD.
Over first N.'ltlniuil bulk
I, AND C I'lllt CUNT money on business,
residence and tiirm property; iinusnalls' la
vnrable terms Apply to Homer Heed or
Theo Nash. 10V. Ilr0.ulw.1y. op Coates house.
B. B AND 7 PUH CUNT money, on city and
rarm properties, building loans made
II W. MUS.SON, 202 American HI.. Hldg.
TO LOAN 1,(v. i'.OiVl. $10,000, 7 per cent,
on good Kan is I'ltv prcineity.
11. T wnippi.i: & co, 17 w. ath.
MONEY IO LOAN direct. C, 7 nnd S per
cent. H. L JOHNSON ,t. CO..
N. Y. LIM building
rrnt SAi.n iincniXASiRous.
Toil SAI.I! Ornceiy and meat market,
flood location; will sell reasonable. Ad
drob.s W 7-. Journal olllce.
TOIt SALU Part or all of a steam well
drilling outfit. 302 .Mass. building.
C1IAS. K. TOWT, JOHN II. TOWT,
President. Vice Picaldent.
I! I. HAHHIS.
MIDLAND TltANSfUlt CO. Freight
nnd baggage transferred t) and from all
depots, furniture moved and packed by
experts. 407 and 409 Wsatnlntte st., Kan-
sas City Mo Telephone 1517.
STHAYf.n-Daik Jlastlff dog, March 22
Lnino in one hind leg, woie brass studded
collar: answers to 11.11110 of "Nero;" last
seen ut 10th and Washington Notify .1 I.
White. Paclllo i:prebs Company, and get
SAUNDUHS i Whlte.lOU i:. ISth btreet.
phono "Mi. Helming and las Ins eurpets a
iipticlalty; upholstering ot all kinds; mat
iresses renovated. HeMr to Doggett D. U,
Co, and Itobt. Kellh fur. Co
OIIIIAT ttl.STIlUN STKA.M IIVU WOKKS.
ALL KINDS or I iillos1 elrcss goods, silks,
satins and shawls.elcaueel nnd els oil: gents'
clothing cleaned, dsed nml icpulied; send
Mr price list, 7th st beivvicn Main and
Walnut, J O DlMOliail. pioprletor.
Miia. I.. J AM US. the well known clalr.
vosant and truncu medium, may be con
sulted at 100 ilriud ave i parlors 33 and 40.
SAPUS opened and ri paired, bought and
sold. Combination locki cleaned und
changed. H. HAHHiaAN, Uxpert,
Telephone tIJI. lcr) Uust Tenth st.
1 (ini:v hioitAiii: co,
IIAVU NUW and safo building for furni
ture storage. Advances mudoj packing und
shipping done. JOHN A, IJAMUS,
bos Walnut st, Tel. 2KD. Manager.
llOltil.'s AND VHIIICI.DS.
IIOHSUS and cowa kept In the country:
calves raised: $11 per Hist year; all stock
sent for. M. Ballbbiirs'. Independence. Mo,
w vnn WANT good old-fashion butter.
milk or cream, go to McCIIntoek's rcbtuu.
lant. 620 Wulnut btreet.
TUAYULINO SALUSMAN, eleven jears'
succebsful expcrlenco In trade trlbutais to
Kansas City, and now connected with lead
ing Unstein house, desires local work as
solicitor where ability and activity can earn
from Jl.SW to $2,500 per year. Address W
723, Journal olllce.
yiti:tu:.H, rrnnk M Hint uml Hester
.!. Slulz, hi wife, Ri.intnrs, h their ilernl
of ltut dated the tenth day of febiuary,
eighteen hundred nnd ninety-one, tecoreled
nn the tenth iliy or 1'eluiiitrs. eighteen
hundred nnd nliielj-une. In the olllce nt
Hie recorder of deed or Jackson counts.
Missouri, in Kuiin fltv, In book 1) No.
hi:, PJge iv! 1.1 ,11, both Inclusive, ronvejpd
",; eni'tsoii Itriuubiii k the Mllowlng ite
"cllbeil land in Kansas Cits, Jackson coun
ts, Missouri, to wit All or lot numbered
live Hun, red and Ughum t:,i), In blork
'! inhered Hilrlv-eLght 131), In MrfipfV nil
;l It Ion lo the Citv ut Kansas (now Kansas
Uly) n the siiijie I m irked and eleslg
iintcil nn the p'u or said addition on tile
Hint or ipcurd ,11 the oflke or the recnider
or deeds of s,ij, ,n, i(Son ,imtv, III trust til
sei nre the iMsmeni or certain pininlssory
mite ur evejii duto therein elesctlbed; iinel,
nlieien. default was made In the pivlnent
when ilue of the Interest note's malntlng
Mrlv-lwei months and furls -eight months
atler iln'e ilcM-rlbed lu s.ilil died, und the
same a,v wholly unpaid, and derault was
mule i 10 rnlthful perfornmnee of the
nKreevuetits contained In nld deed In Ihls,
tint the Improvements upon the I mil were
not Veept constantly ItisureU against loss hy
lire fot the sum provided In said died, nor
In any other sum. md upon December twon
tbilh, eighteen hundred nnd nlnelyfuui,
ttiere being no Insurance upon the prop-oris-,
the third party In said deed of iriist,
then owner ami holder of all unpild notes
Kenned by said deed, ptoolired ptop-r In
surance, upon snld Improvements In Ihe
uin or seveuij-uie- hundred dollais i7,.Vmi
Mr one sen, anil paid Ihetefnr nlnetv
thteo elnllirs nml seventy-live cents i$i.7'l,
no part nf which sum ha been lep.ild;
now, therefore, ut the request of the hold
er and tinner ot said defaulted note, mid
pr the- other iinle-s maturing Iheientter, he
ng name pirty paving Mr ald Insurance,
the oilier note maturing before said de-
Milled notes hnv lug been paid, notice Is
hereby given that said llrilmbaek will, as
such trustee, uniler the power In said deed,
proceed to sell the puwrty hereinbefore
nnd lu snld deed ilest-rilipd and nnv anil
very pari thereof, at public vendue in the
highest bidder, at the court house door, In
! !'.' .' ',,v nr 'vans is (now called Kansas
Ity). lu the county ot .Incksuii ufoiesnlil,
Mr cash, on Tuesday, the twenty-sixth dav
or March, eighteen hundred nnd nlnelv
llve, between Ihe henrs of nine o'clock In
the Mietioon .'ind llvn o'clock 111 the nftei
noon, tn pas slid dcraulled notes and the
costs and expense.,! of executing said trust,
including cnmpc-.isatloii to the trustee.au. I
In lepiv thepiopei pionortluti of said sum
paid Mr liisui,iiuei. ipqulreil to carry said
Insurance iiihii ,ias of sale, with Inleiest
11s provided In m ,d deed, 11 ml out of the
Inl.niee nr pioceeds (o piv the prlnclpil or
the principal note elecrlbeel In said deed nt
Must, with Intel est a In such deed piovld
C'l.the cum 1 house door at w hlch such sale
will be made helng the ronth trout dour
or tn e. rourt hnnse building In Kan 1
;llv, Jackson counts'. Missouri, on the
blocjc or gioiniil hounded by firth street,
Oi' street, Missouri avenue and locust
street, In which building the circuit coiut
pi; Jnckson rniinty, Missouri, nt Kansas
fits, will bo held or might liwrully be
held ir In sij,nn at the time or sale, and
nt which eloor the sheriff usually sells land
em execution rrom slid court.
JUfflillBON 1IHU.MHACK, Trustee
1 UV STUU'K KALU-Wheieas, Jacob
Hi mil and Carolina Hr.iun. hi wlte, bv
their 001 tain deed or ti list, dated the lUtli
dav '.if Nnv ember, IS"), nnd recorded In the
ollle or the recorder of dee-ds In Jackson
coiinls, Missouri, nt Kansas Cltv, on the
s line day lu book II IIH, at page 321, eon
yescd to the undersigned tiustee the tal
lowing desi-ilbed real eslate situated In
the counts ot Jackson and state of MIs
siiurl. tn-ivlt. All of lots numbeieil llfte.-n
(l.i). slxtnii (Hi), seventeen (17), nnd the
north foily (10) feet of lot fourteen (14), In
blnik iiiimliereil live (i), In lCenslngton mi
addition to the City of Kansas, now Kan
sas Cits, according to the lecordcd plat
thereof, al-o lot numbered twents-Huee
(2.1), lu Mock three (1), lu .Mount Aul
as said lot Is marked nml designated on
Ihe recorded plat of said .Mount A11I111111,
also lots eleven (11) and twelve (12). In
block eight (S), lu said Mount Aiibinn, In
trust, to scenic tho payment of the two
promtsslnty notes In snld deed deserlbeel
iinl whei eas, default was made lu the piv
'iient of one of said notes, and the entile,
togethei with Inteicst thereon, reunlns
due nnd unpild; and. whereas, default was
also iii.uli. in the pav meut of the Interest
on the other of i-.ild notes and In the piv
nient of taxes and assessments levied and
cl.mged ngnlnst said lots: now, therefore,
at the request of the legal holder nf snld
iinles.and by virtue and In pursuance ot the
pi ov Islam, nt said deed ot trust, I. as biieh
trustee, will, on Wednesday, the tenth dnv
of April, ls!r",, between the hours or !
o clock a. 111. and f. o'cloi k p. 111., at the
west front dnnr ot the United States pot
nlllee building, in Kansas Cits', Jackson
enmity, Missouri, expose to sale and sill to
the highest bidder, lor cash, the above ele
ni rlbi-d real esiHte, ut public vendue, lo
satisfy Hie debt aforesaid mil Hie costs or
tills ttust J AMDS Q. hCA.Vl.MtlN. Trustee.
(Tlrsi publli itlon Mnreh 4th. 1S1". )
NOTICU OI' Till' STUU'S SALU-Where
as on July 31st. isvt. Udw.ud A. Phlllliib
and Ibnm.i riillllp. his wife, mule, execut
ed mil delivered their deed or trust Mr the
pin pose of ic-eurlug the pas mem of their
bond lor the sum of $ei Snnjfl. lu said deed
of trust described, wherein they lonvejed
tn the undersigned, David II. Uttfcu,
trustee the following elesctlbed real es
tate, situated In the counts of Jackson and
state of JIIsourl, to-wit The north half
of lot nutnh.-r font hundii'd and
Iwenty-nlne (I21) or blork num
ber Hill IS -two 1.32) in McHee's ,id
eliilon to the Cits of Kansas, now Kan-s-is
Cits', Mloiul, accenting o a leionlid
plat theieot. together with all the Impiove
nients thereunto belonging; and whertas,
on the 2nd day of August, 1V), at 11.13
o clock a 111., snld deed of trust was duls
lecorded In lok B 375, at p ige l.Vi. or the
lecords or said lackson county. Mlssoml.
and whereas, said deed or trust provide
that upon non-pisment or the debt rteuied
lis Slid deed ot trust by tho miikei.s there
of, tho piopeit) theieln described mas be
sold by the tiustee for the purpose of
raising the mones to pay the debt thereby
i-ecureil; and, whereas, said luilt btedness s
now past duo nnd unpaid, now, therefore-,
publli notlie Is heieby given tn.it 1. the un
dersigned, Divld II. Uttleu. the tiuMip
named lu raid deed nf trust, 11111I1 1 and bs
v lilue of the aiithoillv vested In me by
bald deed ol trust, at the n quest of the
owin-r of said bond, will pioceed to bell the
(hove describe I re il cstue, 111 public ven
eMie, lo the hluhist bidder, for cash, at
tho south tront door of the new county
coin I house In Kails is City. Missouri, In lug
the building In Kansas Clij, .la. lunn 101111
tv Missouri, in which the circuit rnuit of
slid J.u kson taunts Is now held, on Wed
111 -day, the 17 1 h d is of Mnreh, lb1)" bo
liveen the hours of 9 o'clock In the foie
noon and ' o'clock In the afternoon or said
day, Mr tho put pose or lalslng the moms
to pis the nmoiint or said Indebtedness,
with Interest nnd costs or executing this
trust. DAVID II il'lTlUN, Trustee,
fens .t Small. Attorne-ss.
IIHAI. I3STATI5 TH.VNSrnitS,
abstracts and ex.'imineis or laud titles, No.
10 Unst Sixth street, riirnlsh dally the
transient or teal estate llled lu the ncord-
el's olllce nt Kansas Cits', Mo.
Notice All transfers nppenrlng In our
dills reports contain covenants of general
warrants unle-bs otherwise stated.
Whlpplu Loin and Triibt Onti-pnny
tn 1" i: lloffinnnu; lot .", houth
Windsor . . J 3.".0
Henry Schult and wlfn to James II.
H.iker; lots 21 and 2J, block I, re
suivey P S. Hrown's addition .... B,500
William Sehultr. and wlte lo sinie;
lot 22, block 1, same 3X)
Annie T Itnlm.in and huslnnd to
f .1 Ogden; lot ii, Tiosfb third ad
dition . I2.50i)
fieorrei W. llclni in and wife to Marv
L Hoys et al; lot 407, block 37. Old
Town , , , . 1,736
Lima W Hojs, administratrix, to
same: lots 3 to 10, block 4, llen
wnnd's second addition 1
O W. fietnian and wife to same;
put of loi IS, Vineyard's second
Michael Oulnn and wIM to II P, Sex
ton; lot 42, block 6, Palrmoiint
A. 8. Taj lor and wife lo S. O, Smith:
lot 11. block 1, ni.ilr place) , .. 100
Suae to same: lot 16. block 1, same.. ul
TO CONTHACTORS-We havo some see.
ond.hnnd Ii Inch and Inch steel rope, In
llist-clnhs condition, which wo will sell ut
nnbunulilo llgures. Wo have two pieces of
thu Inch rope 180 feet In length, one piece
of tho -1 Inch rone 200 feet In length und a
few pieces fiom 30 to 40 feet long. This rope
will bo found lo be very sultuble und do.
slrablo for contractors for uso on their
derrl-ks, etc.. etc.
TUB JOURNAL COMPANY.
HK'Yt'M's I wcvci.i:-. II
Wll want a joung man in evers town In
MUsourl, Kansas and Nebraska to handle
our wheels. (let our catalogue and prlcea
to agents. KANSAS CITY 111CYCI.U CO ,
1027 and 1029 Hroadwas. Kanb is Clty.Mo.
TINANCIAI-Lancaster, Mo, will sell
$7,600 city bonds April 15. For particular
address Frank I', Hays, fiscal Agent.
I. THAI, NOIM,t:s.
( flrl publication March llth. IW )
NOTtt'B (if THUS I'm; 1! SAI.U h re
in, nn June 7th, IW. I'ltv It. ni i:ittti Coin
Imcij, iiiiiiis ciei, .ceisbi'iiri, eei.i'e. 1.'
1 ilteel and delivered II dee d nt lru-l Mr Ihe
Inlllieme of seciirlng the pisment or 'ihe
lintiel Mr Ihe sum ur ope thousand lolli,
l!l,i')l, with Interest 1 nuptuis uttl In I,
iiaineil in siiiil dc-eil of trusi wlnt.iii 1
coiiveseil lo the undersign-'!, Dvvll II 1 1
lieu. trtiMep. the Mllowlng dt scribed r. al
pHte, situated III the county of Ji ks i
nnd state of .lisourl, to-wll I, its hum
lured twelve (isi. ihiiteeii (ll) and rrnt
lei n (II), In Idoi k number nine CO. of
Coates' addition lo the fit) of I in II"
(now Kansas OH)), Missouri, a cm ling to
the lerunted plat Ihcrenr, and white 1 .
said deed or trust was on the sth day of
June, ikii, ut I 10 e elm k p 111 . dills re or 1
tel III book II 5X1, al pme f of the tccord
or snld Jackson counts Missouri; and,
whettas, It Is pros hied lu said bond and
deed iff trust that, It Hie snld Cltv Ileal
I'siile Coinpaiis shall fall lo pay, or ciuse
In be paid, all) of Ihe Interest columns al
laeheil to slid bond tit the time the sime
iiecniue Hue mid piynble, then me wnoie
amount of said bond shall nl once become
line -inn pisuou wiiuoiii nniiec, mm
Whereas, the slid Cits Heat Untitle Com
piny hi failed to pas, 01 cnte to be n.ild,
the Interest couisin nttiched to snld bond
iiieii nccieuie imp 111111 ins-'iuie un cue 111-1
eliv nt December, I'll, wherefoie the whole
.iinoune 01 sun noil'l is now niec, 11 ij-iiiiii-and
unpild under the term nf slid bond
tind deed of trust: now, therefore, public
nonce is nereeev given lll.lt 1 llie iiuuer
slgned, Divid ll, Uttlen, the trustee named
lu said ilrnl of lrut, under nnd by vlitue
nt the aiithorlts vested In me bv said elec 1
ot trust nt the reeiuest of the legal holder
and owner ot slid bond, will pioceed tn
sell the above deseilbcd 1c.1l estate at pub-
11.. .!.. . .,. ,.,.-!. t.l.l.lnM ..... n..dl
in' .,'iuiii,'. lu llie iiii.iirnL 1, iiiii. -1, iui v ,i,
at the south front door "f the new county
court house in l:in.i City, Missouri, be
ing uie illuming 111 iuns is c uy, .ncchbcjii
county, Missouri, lu which the elicult court
of lid Jin kson county I now held, nn
Satntdis, the Mil ills' of April, A D. W,
between the hours of 0 o'clm k In the tore
noon nnd n o'clock In the afternoon of said
dav. Mr the purHie or lalslng the- money
..... ,.- ....!....:. ....1., , ...I ...I.I. Inl...
iu ie- in,- iiuiiiiiiii i,i p nn I'l.iiu, iviiii 11, ici
est and the cost of executing this trust.
DAVID 11. UT'l'IUN. Trustee,
ferry i Small, Attoiness.
(first publication Match 11. IMS)
NOTICU Of TUl'STUIVS HAt.H Where,
n. on Apt 11 27th. lsvi. .lilines O'Neill and
Ulli (i.N'ciu mniie executed and elellveteil
theli deed of titisl for Ihe purpose of secur
ing thu iiavinent of two hfiluls. onn for the
sum of Sit oou nnd the olher.wlilch has been
pild, for the "tun of J.OOO. lu said deed ot
mist deseilheil vvheiein they iiinvejeil to
the undersigned, Divid II Uttlen, trustee,
the following described leal rstute, slltial
ed In the county of Jackson and stale of
Missouri, tn-wlt The veest one hundred
(KM) feet of lot number twelve (12). of block
number seven (7). In Itlce'. nddltlon to tho
City or Kmisis (now Kuiih.is Clt.v). Mis
souri, iiccoidlng to a recorded plat theicnf.
togethei with all the Impruvcments there
unto belmmlng and, whereas, on the 2ith
1l.1v or April J8-D. at 3 10 o'clock p in., said
ileiil of liust was dulv ii-corded In book It
Nn 3."i7, at page 3nv. of Ihe urritds of said
Jackson county. Mlsoutl: and. wheieas.
sold deed ot trust provides that upon 11011
pismcnl of the- debt sicuicd by s.ild deed
01 tiust by the makers theieof the piop
eilv theieln described may be sold by the
uusieo Mi the pinpnsi- nf lalslng the
monc tn piv tin- debt llicrebs secured,
md, wheieas, said huleliti dness Is now past
due and unpaid, now , thei.-Mre, iiulillc no
tice Is lieiebv given that I. the uiiilei
slgiifd Divld 11. Uttleu, the ttusten imtneil
In said elei d of ti list, under and bs' virtue
ot thu nuthoiltv vested lu 1110 lis said ilee-d
of trust, at the it finest of the owner of slid
bond, vIU pioceed lo sell Ihe above de
seilheil reil estate, ut public vendue, to the
hlglu st lilildcr. Mr cash, ut Ihe south Hunt
dour of tho new counts' couit house-. In
Kansas Cltv, Mlssouil, being the building
In the C-ltj of Kansas (now Knnsas Cltv),
lackson counts, Mlssoml, In which the cli-
tilt couit of snld Jackson cotintv Is now
held. 011 Sntuid.is'. llin MM 1l.1v of Apt 11,
lWi betvscin the bonis 01 'i o'clock In the
roienoiui and r, o'clock In tho uftcinouii nt
said 1I15, Mr the puiposi- of 1.1WI111,' the
meiue's lo pas the umoiilit nf s.ild Indehti li
ne sa, with Interest nnd costs of executing
this trust DAVID II UTTIUN,
fens and Small. Attoiness Trustee.
TltfSI'f.I S SALU-Whcicas..lohn Uiick
b r and fiances itucklei. his wile, by their
certain dee-d ot trust elated the ball el iv
of December, one thousand eight hundred
and eights -nine, llled 101 iccoid In the of
llce of the rtcoriler or deeds tor J.u kson
counts, Missouri, .it Kansas CHs. em the
IVIh d is of Deee-mber, l-iV, and recorded
In said olllce In honk It IDS, at pige 107,
did c-onvts to the Whipple Loan .mil Trust
compiuv uie uneicrsigneii trusict-, tin-101.
lowing described ie il c state ltinted In said
county of J.u kson, st ite of Mlsbotitl, to
wit All of lot numbered two (2), In blue k
iiuiubt 1 one (1), in South VV inlle-ld pi ice,
in addition to the Citv of Knns is (now
Kansas Cits'). MN-ouil, to secure the pas -in,
nt of .1 certain pinmibors note in s.ilil
,. 1 .1 desLiibe.i, ml Interest thereon, and,
w h. re is, default has been Hi ide In the
piv un nt 01 said note and of the Inteiest
thereon since the d ite or said note, and
the same now rem ibis ove-rdue and liupitd
now.therefoie, public notice Is heit-bs given
thnt the nndei signed trustee, at the request
nf the- legal owm 1 nnd hohle r of said piom-
i-.so!j nine aini mieiesi. and nv viitue or
the powi r .in 1 uuthoilty vested in said
trustee by said deed nt trust, will, In . ic
coid nice with the terms and piovlslous or
siid deed of trust, proceed to sell, and sell,
the leil estate In s.ild deed ot trust and
hen Inbefoie, ilescrlbed, ami uns ami eveis
put thereof, at publli vendue to the hlkh
est bldilei, leu c-ish, it the west door eit the
fulled States custom house, at the south
e 1st cniiiir of llth ,md Walnut slieets. In
K.ins is Cits. Jacksnn counts. Missouri,
being the west iiniit door nf Mid biiildlug,
nil the fill das nt Apill, lr. h-twcill the
lionrs of 0 o'i lot k lu the forenoon and 5
o'i lock In the afternoon of that dav. 101
the puipo-e of paslng. .iicntdlng to the
tenor of said deed or 1 1 list, the amount ot
indebtedness nniaiiilng unpaid s'-uu.l
llifliaby mid tho costs of cxiciitlng this
WHIPI'LU LOAN AND TUUST CO.M
PA NY. Trustie
Hs A. A. Whipple Its Presld.nl.
TIlfSTUU'S SAM Whereas, Theodore
11 J 'tnmoiis a rlugle man, bs his i.n.iln
deed of tiust dated .lanums ilh, li7 and
reiord'd nn Ihe lsih das ut Maieh, 1W, In
book II 221, .It page n,!2, In the nlllee of Hie
lecotdil' dt rleeds of Jae k-on louius. Mie
souii, at Km '-..is CHs. convisid to 1111. ll
Wells, the unilei signed trusin. the follow
ing ilescnbed laud In .1 .u'I.kcii counts, Mis
souri, to-wit: All of lots twenty-one (2ti and
twents-iwo (221. In hide k one (1), In i'lonl
flue, nn addition m the Cits of Kunnis
(now Kansas Cits), us the bailie U marked
md ibignated 011 (he u-i 01, led plat of
s.ilil addition, now on llle In the nlllee of
llie iiioiilci of deeds tor Jackson counts,
Mb-ntul, lu trust, howc-id, to bccuie the
pasment of a urt.iln promissory note in
said died of trust dc-bcrllieil, mui, wlurea
dof. mil hecx been made in the pasment of
said proinlssms note, now. tlurefoie, at
the- reqinsi ol tin le.il ownii and holder
of Hie bald note, public notlie Is liHiibs
given thai I 1, ill. ill .u ecu dance with the
tcrnih nml piownons or snld deed ot uiu-t,
and I15 vliiuo of the power In me vested
theieby, sell by public! vendue at the south
trout door of tho county couit house at the
northeast coiner of Oak street and Mis
mini nveivue, In Kansas Cits, Jackson
county, Mirbtiuti, the rcnl ebtnto heieluhc
foro ami in said deed of trust de-M-rllied,
ror e'lisli, to the highest bidder, between
the hours ot nine o clock in the Mienooii
ami live o'clock In the nrteiuoou, on Situr
das. tho Mil elas or Apill, ISO, for the pur
pose of paying bald note and the cost of
executing this trust.
H WULLS, Trustee,
Ilobert Adams, Attonies.
Kansas Cits, MIouil .March I2lh. l
MITICI" Is hereby given thut the- annul!
mietlng of the board ot trustees of the
Kansas city llomeoMthlc Mullc.il College
will be held at the f lilted Suites Trust
Company Innk, New York Life building.
Kansas Cits. J.iehbon roiims, Missouri, on
Monday the 2.1th day of Match. 1S')1, at !)
o'clock in the forenoon, Mr the elecilon or
oillcers and tiusiees and 1I10 t.in.ictlou of
such other business 113 may lawfully come
before the meeting,
ll. M. MUrtlWf.TJIUH,
A I) Nl'UMUlSI'UU,
Seeretns of the lloirel or Trustees
K,insasCits. Mo . .March 12, lS'-Ti,
STl)CKHoLIUItrt' .MUUriNCI-Notlce s
heiebs klv n that .the annu il meeting iff
Ilia stoi khol.leis of tho Jackson Investment
Compans will be rield at Ihe olllce or the
t-omiiany. No. Wi New lork LIM bullillng.
In Knus.ih CIls.MlbsnuiI, on -Vlond is, tha
Hist day iff Al'lH, A- D.,lWi. nl the Injur or
nine o'clock a in., for the puiposo of elect
ing a dlieeior In the place or Juhn C. Oage,
whoso term will thin explie, and for llie
transaction of such other business us may
properly come before a stockhnldcis' miet
us' rfVNfiJltp II LADD.
CHAIU.fS ll. SMALL. President,
Kansas Cll, JIo,, March 1), 195.
MHUTINO Of STOCKHOLDKUS-No.
lice Is heitby given that the annuil meet
ing of the stockholders of the Lombard
luvcstment Compans, of Missouri, will be
held al the olllce of tho company In tho
Keith ei. Perrs building, at the southwest
corner of Ninth and Walnut btrects, In
Kansus City, lllssourl, on Thuisday, (ho
till day of Apill, ISOj, ut nlno o'clock a.
m , for the puipose of electing dliectorb of
Hie company and the tiansaetlon of SUC
other business us may propeily come be
fore the stockholders' meeting.
Kansas Cits. Mo., March 7, 1S05.
H. U. MOONBY, President.
A. D. BIDEH, Secretary. '
UNION DEPOT TIME GflRD
OMAHA, ST. LOUIS.
in.Mi.it. st. r.U;r.
Chnlr Cnro Froo.
St tell J toil Union Ave.
Aldre H. 0 Oltlt. A. O. A. P., Kini
Initrii tione Ml trilnt d.illy unls
nnrkel 'ex pi sunetis. '" Hundsy
oniy, -x," ex pi Htiiiri.tv,
M mil.is , "I," Saturday only.
Ie nve. se, oinl r duinti. nrrlve.
1 irsi column
llANNHIAI. ,t ST. JOi; 11. It.-Utirllneion
- Itoutc. . ,
Train. Leave. Arrive.
K. c .t Ilrooklleld jhiUptnMOMnm
.Athntln Uxprc S.OOnm tflipm
chlcigo fast train 1111,..,. Sbopm ssOum
St Loul express D IS pm 8:10 am
II. .1 il. It. It. IN NIIIinASKA-nurllng-
Denver nnd K. C. expresit,
Lincoln. Hltllngi and
Pintet Sound , IDVtnni 7'.Wrm
K. 0., st. joi: .; council bluffs
Omnhi & HI. Paul fast
mail ,,. Il-eoam 'J-Wpm
Iowa express ,,. , s.cs pm 10:10 am
Omilm express n.fipin 'ClOpm
Iowa mail s? .nil am t.a pm
Denier express ,..,, 10'eO am 7e.i pm
Leivenworth passenger ,. 330 pm 1:43 pn
Coiine-i-lloiis between Leavenworth and
CHlCAdi). HOCK. ISLAND & PACIFIC.
Trains fast ot Missouri ltlvcr.
Chicago mill .xiiuoam x7:.fl pm
Chicago limited 5:45 pm lO.Wam
Trilns West of Missouri Illvcr.
Hutch.. Wllehlln, ft. W,. 10-V)am r,:2."pm
Den., Col. Sp. ft Pueblo 10 Mam S K im
Den.. Col Sp, ,v Pueblo., n.oe) pin (T.l'iam
Wlehlln. I T a. ft W,. zO.Wpm )7irmm
Missoi'ltl PACicic It. it -'train Knat.
Mall and express 700.1m 7:01pm
Kt liitls dav expicss ... 10 011am
Limited night ejepre ... S ".0 pin
fast mall passenger . .. 0 :to pm
Lexington A St liul rx. 7,ou pm
Lexington .: Sedalla pi. HC3 am
Coffesvllle ,t Col 10.13am
ColTcsvlIIe ,t Wl hlti 9:20pm
.lop., ft. Sc't ,e Wichita.. I A" am
.loplln ,t Texas express .. 10 B0 am
Jnplln it Ttjuis express . 7 0) pm
Om ih 1, Lin St N City ex. '1 13 pm
(ininha & f II dny ex . 7 ) nm
K C. ,V A act 0111 c . . .vli d) pm
K. C .V S. loe ex . . . . 10.-W.tm
K. C. A X- HI Joe ft . . I. V. 11m
10 "0 am
10 0', am
ei 30 pm
0 00 pm
S .10 nm
1 30 a ni
KANSVS CII'V NnilTltWUSTUHN R. It.
Sonee-a ,V lle.itrlce-ex .... 7 .".0 am 3:13 pm
WAKASH HAILHOAO COMPANY.
St. Loul ,t Chicago ex... 8.0a nin 7:10 pm
St. I. A N. V. Llin. ex xlOMam .xii 00 pm
St. I,., D. M. & yt P. ex s33pm 7.00nm
K. C .v. Chicago ex .. . (120 pm
CHU'AOO H ALTON.
Chicago . St. Louis c... 0 10.1m
fi 30 pm
0 Oil pm
St. L. ,t Chicago ex. ...
KANSAS CITY, PORT
florlda i'ast Mall
SCOTT & JIHM-
10.30 am RW pm
iiurrisonvnio -v Clinton., .xio.no ini
Deepwnter nccoui .i:2."i pm
Cheiokee accom 5 23pm
Suliilrb in pisscnger xC r) pm
Jolillll .V New Orleans . . .0 On 0111
ft. 00 pin
;:.'-', a tn
.vilstHHIlI, J.ANSAS .V: TKXAS II Y.
Texas mill 10 I". nm 3:23 pm
T x.13 expicss 9 Oil pm 7:23 am
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Pacini coast limited .. . . !).3)am G IM ptn
Di nver A. Cnl e 7.30 pm S.SOniu
A'lOinSON, TOPUKA A SANTA f 12. HY.
U.ist of Missouri Hlver.
Chicago limited S 20 pn S.SOnm
Coluinhl 111 expn-ss 3.1H p:n 1:30 pin
Atlantic expicss n 30 am fi'30 pm
foil .Madison local x73nni xS.JO pm
west 01 .Missouri itiver.
8 00 pm m'
1?. en n,
so was jiissenger ..
Col A. I'tuh Mm . ..
I'.illfonil 1 Mm . ...
Mex A Cal e xpress
Topika express ....
1 .v) pm
.... x 1:20 ptn xll :20 am
1 '.input y;tu nm.
... . 0.10 nm rt23 nm
P.inh mine express
Ok. & Dodge City ex..
9:20 pin 5:45 am
Crtiiil Ceiitral I)e-iot. Inil and Wyandotttv
ClIICAOO C.ltUAT WUSTUKN HAILWAY5
Chi. SI Paul A -Minn .... 10 00 am 3:00 pm
St. J., Des M. A Chi 8.0) pm 7:13 am
St 1 . Des M A Chi llB0pi-
KANSAS CITY, OSCUOLA & SOUTHERN;
Clinton A oeeiil 1 ex ... B 00 pm 1020 am
KANSAS CITY. PITTSIJUHO & OULr.
Plttsb'g. Jop A. Neosho... llil am 3:4, pm
Accommodation ).() am S.30 pm
Accommodation x7.l pm xS Oil am
Leave Tiiesilass. Tliiiidas and Satur
da.vs An ive Mondiss, Wednesdass and
t.rainl Ave line Ilepeit, J3d St.
CHICAGO. MILWALKin: .C St. PAUL.
Chicago piss 00am S:l.pm
Chllllcothe .xptcbs . x". m) pm lel13 nin
KANSAS CITY A INDUPUNDUNCK AIR
Dcpois Second nud H's.mdotte and Sec
ond .ui'l W ilnut
KANSAS CITY A INDUPUNDUNCi; ..vP.
ID TltANSIST HMLWAS. COMPANY
Depots- fitteenth street station. 'Iwelttn
bire-CC SI CCICII1, .llllil Btirt. ,. ,,u...
VLi- t IIUIIU
Of 1322. ? All Depots.
The Depot Carriage and Baggage
si:s UN I II AM) JtltllADW AY.
FOR A CARRIAGE OR BAGGAGE WAGON.
.... 1'rulitpt and liellible ..
NO l'AI It I IIAIil.l.s I'dlt MCIIT UOltIS
WJUIULAS, Hopo Van Uiunt and John
Yen lliunt, hei liiiab.iiiil. lis their deed ot
trust d.iie.l the 17tli das of Vprll, ISW, ami
it corded in tho uillit ot the recorder oC
deeds ol J.u k-on eounis, Missouri, at Kan
sas cits, in beuk ti No 122. ut pac.e 2-.S, did
mines ' Hie iindcrsiijUi I triintie the fol
lowing dcMilbcd real c-tute, -dialled ill
Jack.-un eoums, Mlbsoiirl, lo-wlt The west
uiiicis-tl ree (Id) feet of lot nuiubei tvto (2),
lu block nuiubcr t-evcii (7, in Meirlam
place-, .111 addition to Kaim is City, Mlssoml,
being a parcel or land trontiiig litis (30)
lie 1 on the east i-lde or J'enn street, In snld,
his. between lltli and huh Ms, and run
ning bad: east that width Mi W! feat. In
tiu-,1, ui ui-cuie the p.isiueut ot the promls
xoiy note and luttriht iheican of the said
Hope and John Van ill mil, iu said deed oC
mist, dcie-illicd; and, wlnteas, default hns
been made in inn pasment of one Install
ment of Inteiest on said ncite, and the ennui
n-inilns due and unpaid, now, therefore,
noilic Is heiebs given that, at the reeiutsc
ot the legal holder of t-aid note and by
V It Hie of paw ei In ine vested bs said deed
ut Hum, 1, tho undersigned tiuMee, will, on
S..turd.iy, the 2 Id das ot .March, u3, and
beiwei 11 ihe bonis ot 'J a 111 and S p. mof
thai day proceed lo sell the real estato
above elesci Ihed at public vendue to tho
highest bidder, Mr cash, at the west door
ot the United Slates postnillce building,
southeast corner of 9th and Walnut street.-.,
In Kun,a3 I'll. Jackfcon counts. Missouri,
to sallsfs ami pay off said note nnd Intei
est, and the cots of executing this trust,
HUNIIY SrUlinNHAUCII, Trustee,
Sc.iiumou, Crotbs ix: Sttihrurauch, Alt'ys,
Tltl'STf.f.'S BALU-Uy reison of default
in tho pisnicnt of .1 ceituln promissory
note and lu llio Interest theieon. described
in the ili-ed of trust dated llju 2Jth day ot
Jiuuirs, liS), given hs J. I." .Mulvey, and
Mm hi C Mutv t. his wife, tiled for tecurd
In the olllco of Hie recorder of deeds for
JaekMiii county, at Kam-us City, MlKsourl,
oil the 2 lh day of January, 1--y), and theid
eeoriled In book II 213, at page 3', I will,
between tho hoius of 9 o'clock In the fore
iiuon mid 6 o'cluck In tho afternoon, on
Monibis.the 6th day of April, UM, at tho
south door nt llio court housa In the City
of Kansas, lu the county or Jackson, stain
or Mlstnuil, at the request ot the legal
holder or said note, sell nt public auction,
to tho Idghist bidder, Mr cash, all or Iota
ten (10) and tirteen (13), iu block 0110 (1); all
or lots nlno i'i) and sixteen tlS), In block;
two 12); all of lot;, three 1.3), thirteen (13)
and twtuts-two Hi), In block three (3): all
of lots onn ID and c-lghte-e-n (IS), In block
four (I), und ull of lots three (3) and eight
een (U). In block llvo U), in Llewellyn
aiiuex.iii addition to the City ot Kansas,
county ot J.uKbun and state of Missouri, ,14
shown by tho recorded plat theieof. und ap
ply the proceeds of said sale to tho pay
men t ot the Indebtedness secured by said
deed of trust, and Ihe costs ot executing
this, tiust, JIOUTON W'OLLMAN.
NOl'ICi; TO CONTRACTORS-The un.
der-Jgned or the county clerk will on April
b. Uj, up to 12 o'clock (noun) of that elas.
tecetvo nulled bids, subject to the approval
of the county couit. for grading the Lee's
Summit and Lone Jack road, trom Lee's
Summit to Van Hure-ti township line. A
cu-di deposit of f200 icqulred with each bid.
Speclllcatlons and proille- can be seen la
the oilico of county survt-sor, In new courc
house, cor. 5th und Oak Ha, Kansas
City. Mo. f, J. O'f LAHfeRTY.
Co. Survesor and Road Commissioner.
Dated March loth, 1855. J
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