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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1895.
BOW TKI.mtlAl'lt ANDNKWSCOMrAN-
n.s aim: mctimizkd.
The Old ffnj nml tho Ne -StorlM tints
tMtlng the Ingenuity nml Fertil
ity of tho Tnpper An Untuc
cess fill HiislncM.
With the recent Introduction of n hill
In the United suites senate 1y Senator
Chandler, ot New Hampshire, to pennllro
vxlro tapping, the tlt.t step was tnken to
place electricity stealing under the ban
of the law. At present, nml until Sena
tor Chandler's bill becomes a. law, tho
telegraph companies' only recourse Is to
have the "tappers" arretted for tres
passing. The penalty under that law Is
no small that It has had little cfTect upon
the evil doers nnd, ns a consequince,
attempts to steal electricity are of al
most weekly occurrence.
Tho recent extraordinary exposures
made In Chicago regarding tho stealings
from the Associated Press by means of
wire tappplng have resulted In n move
ment to prevent thefts of news In the fu
ture by wire tapplng.and Senator Chand
ler's bill Is the result. It was quite a
different matter to steal stock quotations
and racing returns from the Western
Union Telegraph Company, than to
arouse the Ire ot the big news associa
tion, nnd -when the latter was made to
feel the full effects of this evil It Im
mediately set to work to stop It.
When the telegraph companies tried to
prosecute wire tappers under the trespass
law, tho latter would generally take ref
uge behind the plea that the racing news
was aiding a gambling scheme, und in
the hands of a shrewd law j or their caso
generally triumphed. In the case of the
present bill, the full penalty will keep a
transgressor In Jail for about live years,
unless he has the M,000 to pay the lino,
a state of things not nt alt likely, ns the
f ullty one generally goes Into tho scheme
owing to the lack of funds.
A largo proportion ot those who at
tempt to tap wires make miserable fail
ures. And it Is because of their gross
ignorance. Sixty per cent of the opera
tors In nil largo olllces cannot set up nnd
work a set of common telegraphic in
struments, taking tho wires from the
tlmo they come Into the olllce until they
tako battery or go out again.
Yet with a great part of this class the
Idea of wire tapping emanntes. They
think they know all about it, and when
some of them untold their schemes an
electrician has to smile nt their sim
plicity. They do not recognlro the differ
ence betccn an Instrument of four ohms
and one of 100 ohms, nnd upon the sub
ject of galvanometers and 'Wheatstoiie
bridges they nie completely lost. This
class of telegraphers may have been suc
cessful fifteen or twenty years back, but
with tho Improved npparatus they are
Tho old-fnshloncd original wire tapper
selected as his scene of operations a pole
set back as far as possible from the
highway or railroad over which the line
repairers passed when looking for wire
trouble. It the pole was pnrtlally hid
den by trees the wire tapper was cor
respondingly gratified, as it lessened tho
chances of discovery. Waiting until
night ho strapped on his climbers, threw
his sack containing tools over his
shouldeis and walked up the pole as
easily as a fly goes up a window pane.
Reaching the crossnrm he produced his
strap and vise, which, as its name do
rotes, is a small but powerful vise, with
serrated teeth attached to a looped strap
eight or ton feet long. Getting a good
hold with his vise on the wire which he
wished to tnp, he buckled his strap
around the crossarm and pulled In tho
Black of the wire until he had six Inches
or a foot to spare. Then with his pi) era
or nippers ho cut the wire short oft be
tween the vise nnd the Insulator. Tho
wire did not fall because the strap and
vise had a firm grip upon It.
The tapper next let in a section of non
conductor, suah us a piece of gum-covered
wire, making tho spllco outside of
the covering, so that no connection was
made between the line wire and tho
newly set In piece. If the covered wire
was not at hand he used a scrap of ropo
or clothesline, nnytmng, in inct, mat
gave the wire a look of continuity with
out being a conductor of electric fluid.
That was tho scientific way. If ho was
in a 'hurry or short of material, he sim
ply look a hitch around the glass insu
lator by tho tie wiie. There was, how
ever.no connection between the two ends.
The wire wns. In telegraphic phrase
ology, open In either case.
Of course the tapper did not allow the
wire to remain open long. That would
have excited suspicion. He made what
Is known ns a half connection to keep tho
wire closed while ho continued his op
erations. Ho had In his tool sack a coil
of fine copper wire covered with dark
silk, so that It was Invisible more than a
few feet away. One end of this coll ho
nttached to tho line wire on ono side of
the piece of non-conductor ho had set
In; the other end he connected to tho
tapped wire nt a point beyond the non
conductor. Then hu knocked off his half
connection, for the cltcult was completed
through the coll of copper wire.
Having tnken off the strap and vise
after Inserting the non-conductor, he Is
all ready to descend. The coll of copper
wire, which may bo a mile In length, but
very light and smnll In compass, ho
threw to the ground nnd rapidly followed
It himself. All he had to do then was to
walk off, canying his coll of fine wire
nnd paying It out ns he moved until he
reached the spot where he had estab
lished his telegraph olllce. Sometimes It
wns a deserted bhnnty In tho woods, oc
casionally It was under a culvert beneath
the tallroad tracks, or It might be only
a relay box instrument in n fence corner
behind a clump of bushes. Wherever It
was he could hear everything that went
over the wire; could ground It in either
direction, and could, by by using proper
procautlon, transmit telegrams ns If
coming from any point along tho line, to
suit his purpose.
The new-faHhloncd wire tapper, to be
successful, must bo a thorough electri
cian, besides a Morso operator of tho vciy
first class. A poor sender would be
picked out Immediately upon his trying
to transmit a message, and a receiver of
the &ame sort could not Interpret the dots
nnd dashes as they lly from tho key of
Thero mo several ways a wire can be
tapped, all depending upon 'how It Is
worked, whether single, duplex or quad,
There Is one system that would rather
worry most any electric pilferer, how
ever, and that Is the Wheatstone auto
matlc. Hut as this system Is almost en
tirely used In the Far West mere men
tion will sulllce. Under that system
fully 200 words u minute are sent, and, of
course, human ability cannot cope with
The single wlie s, of course, the sim
plest way of telegraphing In use, conse
quently tho easiest to Interfere with, be
ing only common, old-style Instruments.
Then thero ate the duplex systems of
different patterns, all requiring sets of a
llko nature to make them work, such as
the Stevens ".Polar," D'Infrovllle, nnd
others. Next comes the quadruplex,
which means four men at each end of a
wire, nil wotklng at the same time. Hut
the latter system, although a compli
cated one, can he tapped under certuln
The knowledge necessary would be to
know the mileage leslstance of that
particular wire, the exact mileage where
the tapper wishes to operate, an nc
curate amount of resistance to be used
on each side of the Intruding set, a cor
responding amount of battery necessary
to have tho same strength, and most es
sentially a complete set of quadruplex
Instruments for the work, together with
eight competent men to work It success
fully. This la a tery Intricato and ex
pensive piece of work. but. to the back
ers of a scheme of this kind, expense
does not cut any figure If they can get
the right sort of men to stand by (hem.
Wihen "IC wlies were placed under
ground the telegraph officials congratu
lated themselves that their quotations
and news were at least safe within city
limits. But the tapper soon discovered
that it wa a KQgd, deal easier an safer
Symptoms vary, but by far the majority
of diseases are marked by n loss of vitality, a wasting of flesh. The
lungs suffer and the stomach. Disease-germs enter the system through
these two organs.
Recovery means driving out the germs and building up strong, healthy
tissues. The medicine that will do it quickest and most thoroughly is
the medicine to take. That medicine is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. It searches out discasc-gcrms wherever they exist and ex
terminates them. It is a powerful invigorating tonic. It promotes di
gestion, creates appetite, cures biliousnpss and all liver, kidney and
stomach disorders, and so all blof' diseases. If it be taken in time, it
will cure 98 per cent, of all cases f consumption. This is a bold state
ment and wc expect it to be met with some incredulity.
Doctors have held for so lomj that consumption was incurable that it has been
generally accepted ns an indisputable fact. Dr. Pierce does dispute it, however, and
nil lie asks is that interested persons shall investigate the facts and learn something
of the cures which have been effected by the "Golden Medical Discovery." The
World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, X. Y., has published a large took
of 160 pages, completely covering the subject. This book will be sent free to any
nddress on receipt of six cents in stamps to cover postage; or, better still, get nil the
matter contained in the above book nnd scvcml hundred pages vtoic on terms of
the following Coupon.
The People's Common Seme Medical Adviser, Py R. V. Tierce, M. n, Chief Consulting
rhyslclan to the IniaHds' Hotel nnd Surgical Institute, Iluff-iTo, n book of over 1,000 large
pages nud 300 colored and otlier Illustrations, containing the reproduced photograph, testi
monials nnd addresses of hundreds cured of miladies nliove referred to, can now be had in
strong paper coiers Absolutely free on sending 25 cents In one-cent stamps for picking
and postace only. Ot er OSo.oco copies of tins complete 1 amlly Doctor Hook already fold in
cloth binding at regular price of 11.50 Address: (with stamps and this Coupon) World's
Disi'HNSARV Medical Association, 663 Main street, lluffalo, X. Y.
to tap underground cables than to tam
per with oveihcad wires.
This revelation came to the telegraph
officials like a shock. They hnd fondly
Imagined that tho underground system
was absolutely safe, but the wily tapper
was keeping right up -with the proces
sion. Ho not only found a way to got
at the strands of the cable, but he also
ndvanced In science, so that he no longer
had to open a wire or loop It In for tap
ping purposes. Ho worked by Induction,
nnd needed only one wire instead of a
loop to steal the desired Intelligence.
Up to this time the electric pilferer
hnd to hae one wire lending from the
tapped lino to his instrument nnd an
other one back to complete his circuit.
Under tho improved system he hitched
ono wire on to the main line and ran It
to what is known as a condenser. There
he ended It within a fraction of an Inch
of another wire, which ran through a
delicately constructed Instrument to the
ground. Tho leakage or induction ob
tained by this method was sufficient to
opeiato the instrument.
It Is not often that ono telegraph
company will deliberately tap tho wires
of a rival concern In order to Bteal news,
but It is said that right hero in Wash
ington it has been done. It happened
during the Baltimore & Ohio and West
ern Union telegraph war some years
back. Tho former wns trying to gain a
foothold, but was barred out of the
stock exchanges, race tracks and base
ball parks. Of course, nt such times,
matteis shape themselves so that tho
word "hustle" is the bright particular
one In the telegiaph manager's lexicon.
The stock exchanges tabooed bucket
shops and forbade the Western Union
furnishing them with quotations. Conse
quently this class of customers had to
turn to tho Baltimore & Ohio for illof.
Whenever a bucket shop was know): to
be In receipt of the markets strenuous
efforts were mndo to discover tho sourco
ot its supply, nnd sleuths were hired to
unearth the wires and destroy them. It
took several weeks for the Western
Union olllclals to find out the method by
which one bucket shop was getting the
m.ukets. They could see an operator
sitting nt his table, with a pair of tele
phono sounders glued to his cars, but
wheie he obtained his news was for a
long time a mystery. They senrohed high
and low for tho origin, but were com
pelled to acknowledge defeat, and tho
bucket shop continued to iccelve quota
tions until tho Baltimore & Ohio wns
"gobbled" up by the AVestern Union,
when the plan was unfolded to tho
nu77.Ied officials of tho latter company.
A private wire, 1 uniting into tho quo
tation room of a legitimate stock broker
on r street, had been tappeu, ana con
nections made with a set of dead wires
that for a long time hnd been aban
doned. These were picked up nnd con
nected with other wires running north,
until they teimlnnteil In an ofilco on fl
street, where a bounder was Inserted,
From the telephone company a private
wlie wns lented, 1 mining from tho olllce
on O stteet to the bucket shop near tho
legltlmato stock luokoi's on V street,
where tho operator, by nfilxlng the tele
phone (.oundeis to his ears, was able to
hear every click of tho sounder, which
wns placed dliectly In front of the trans
mitter In tho olllce on G stieet. Ah fast
as tho quotations were received ho Jot
ted them down and passed tho slip
over to a boy, who chalked them up on
the blackboard. It was n cuto device,
and one well worthy of Its originator.
Of course, the office on O street wns kept
stilctly private, no ono being allowed to
enter but those In tin scheme. Wash
Prompt relief In sick boadaehe, dlzzlenss
nausea, constipation, pain in ine side, guaran
teed to those using Carter's Little Lircr Pills
America in rut; i,i:.m,
All Fngll.h Noiellst Mentions i Few Item
In Our Hill of run-.
Correspondence Boston Herald.
in respect to some things America beats
all countries easily, hands down. The plen
titucle of pure, natural drinking wuter, al
ways dtdlclously cold. Is one of them. The
geneial use of lea for all things which de
serve to be drunk or eaten cold Is anothei,
I have experience enough and com ige
enouuh in my own Judgment to say, with
out hesitation or reseive, that the Atiioi
lean table is the bust in the world and the
best erved. Nobody has eaten an oyater
until he has had It served on half shell
on a beil of cruched ice. Nobody knout,
how delicious fresh fruit can be until he
hut, eaten It with Us native bloom un
touched and newly brought from the ice.
safe. Why can't we have these little cheap
pleasuies in Europe? Why are we stran
gers to tobasco sauce? Through how many
centuries has the oyster waited for that
ciown of all his gustatorlal glories? And
what shall I say of the teirapln, of the
venison steak "on a blazer," of tho Inex
pensive but glorious clam chowder, of the
score of game birds and tho novel and un
itizing fish, of the "English mutton chop"
(which surpass? any mutton chop nowa
days to be found In England), of the glori
ous variety of fruits and brandy?
This is a country In which a man may
order ojstera with an open heart. They
are not quite so good as our own dear little
gentlemanly Whlttstuble natie. but very
nearly, una they beat our common sorts
out of the field altogether. 1 remember
when our ovster famine set In that I made
my first visit to Knglund In the oyster sea
son for a space of live whole tears. I knew
nothing of the appalling rise In price, and
I invited some hulf dozen men to an oyster
luncheon. A certain glitter In the eyeB
of the Invited was notlcable, but I failed
to remark U)Kn It until the bill came. I
recalled It then. The precious bivalve was
retailing ut 5 shillings und 6 pence a dozen
It cents an oyster. And it was not as If the
men hal been my dearest friends. They
were everyday club acquaintance no
more. Wines are dearer bero than, thev
Ju.v ft lih to be, uu4 tie excellent llnt
HOW many women do you
know who nrc struggling
nlong with burdens they were
not meant to bear because their husbands
have "lost their health?"
A man's health is an easy thing to
lose. Its loss is Hit: greatest loss he can
suffer. A little care and the right medi
cine make it easy to regain lost health.
Neglected disease breeds death, just ns
certainly as darkness follows dusk. Over
work, exposure, wrong eating, wrong
living generally may engender disease.
ages of California, which are procurable nt
su cheap a rate In England, ate hardly
seen where ono would expect them to be
plentiful. I have looked In lain down the
wine Hit of several hotels nnd half a dozen
clubs for mv favorite California. Burgundy.
I am tohl that mnnv ot the vintages nro
retailed under French and (let in in nanus
a bad thing for the purchaser and a bad
thing for the reputation ot the homo vine
yard. Tramping for n. Purpose.
Llpplneott's Mnguzlne: An amusing story
Is told of tho late Professor Henry Morlov.
Somo ears ago, when the "slumming"
boom W113 occupying general attention, ho
was accosted one day bv a peculiarly ema
ciated and ragged Individual, who solicited
aid In moving terms, Professor Morle,
who was nevtr proof against such peti
tions, responded with a sliver coin.
"Thank jou, l'rofessor Morley; I'm much
obliged," i- lid tho man.
"You know me, eh?"
"Yes; I attended jour lectures at King's
college, In 1SC0."
"Denr, dear! I'm sorry to see you In this
"Not at nil, my dear professor. I am
doing somo articles for my piper, and tho
editor Insists upon my making my re
scaiches In character. Will ou dine with
me to-night?" And ho handed a card bear
ing a well known name.
Cheap Lands lit Houston Comity, Texas, on
i.ino or i. a. 0. .v. it. it.
The Houston County immigration nnd
Development Society would make known
tliut they have CS0.000 acres; only 100,000 In
cultivation: population. 25,000. Produces
cotton, corn, oats, Migar cane, melons, po
tatoes, grapes, berries, fruits of all kinds.
Havana tobacco nnd other crops. The
homeseeker Is invited to correspond with
J. C. Tolman. corresponding secretary,
Homeseekots excursions February 13,
March 5 nnd April 2 from various North
ern and eastern points.
Homo Seekers' Excursion.
On April S tho "Knty lloute." .Missouri,
KansaH & Texas Hallway, will sell round
trip tickets to all points In Texas (except
ing HI I'aso) nnd to Lake Charles, I.a., at
a rate of one fare plus tl. Tickets good
twenty rtajs, with stopover privileges both
?:olng and coming within the limit. Tor all
nformatlon call nt ticket olllces, No. 23
Main street and 10-11 Union avenue.
GOING TO ST, LOUIS TO-NIGHT?
Burlington Boute train leaves at 8:16 p.
m. The only line running three sleepers
with new elegant compartment berths and
buffet. Service unsurpassed.
The following described property will be
sold at auction Monday evening, at S
o'clock, April 1st. at the hall of tho ex
change: H07 West 21th st. Ivot 2fixll8, with four
room cottngu; business property.
Iyot 10, Huelcroft addition. Wabash nnd
Kth St.; lot -10x103 ft.; lies high nnd sightly;
street gr.idcd and good sidewalks.
fi0103 ft.. 10th and Wheeling ave., being
part of lot S, Hoffman I'aik. ono block
from 0th st. cable; a nice sightly lot.
Lot 11. Mcdrall & relton's addition, lOOx
117 ft., Tenth and Wheeling ave,; nice level
Tlvo lots at ISth nnd Wnrwlck hlvd.. In
new South Moreland addition; lots S01M
ft.; llo hlch and sightly; also four lots nt
hth and McGeo sis., hi tho same addition
and located two blocks south of the resi
dences of W. It, Nelson and Gardiner La
Brooklyn nve between 20th and 21st
streets, lot 50x132 ft., three feet above
grade; location high and desirable.
Kutlhur Infoi mutlon can bo obtained nt
tho olllco of tho ltllAI. HSTATI1 AND
STOCK UXCHANnU. SIS und S.'O Delaware,
By Older ot the board of directors.
IICAI, KSTAT13 TUANSFK119,
NOHMAN & BOBKBTSON.proprletors of
abstincts and examiners of land titles. No.
10 Bast blxth street, furnish dally tho
transfers of real eslato filed In tho record
er's olllco nt Kansas City, Sto,
Notice All transfers appearing In our
dallj repot ts contain covenants ot general
warranty unless otherwise stated.
.March SI. , ,.-..
John II. Murphy and vvlfo to New
Kngland Loan and Trust Company;
lot 17. block ) Wlnlleld place , 1
C, Mar&hall and wife to Mary Com
stock; lot 5, block l.Conover tc Tos.
ter's addition, .,.....,.,..,. ........... TOO
John W, Campbell and wife to John
Uanz: part southwest quarter sec
tion 11, township JJ range 33.,,,,. 8,100
James filbsou ct al to Roberta
O'Brien: pait lot 97. Hurck's sub
division Oulnotto's hlulf ...., 1
W. M. Wellman et 11I to A. A. Well
man; part lots i), M, 03 and M, ai
der's addition ,,,...,,..,..... 1
William Young to M. C. Johnston;
lot IS, block 8, Mount Auburn ad
Wilson Askew and wife to Andiew
, Jacks; lot 21, part lot 23, block 1,
Dundee placu ...,.,.,.. 1
Anton 1 Bloun and wife to II. J.
Bloun; part lots 15 and 16, Walter
place ,,. 1
J. J. Bloun und wife to A. r.
Bloun; part lots U and 15, Walter
place ,, , ,... 1
A 1'. Bloun and wife to 1'aullna M,
Bloun: part lot 11. saino I
Thad tlreene and wife to John W.
Campbell; pait northwest quurter
bonthwest quarter section 11, town
ship 49, range 33 ,.., I
II, Van Brunt and husband to J. T.
Marshall ct al; part lot 2, block 7,
Merrlum place 6,100
W. W. Berlins and wife to Con
necticut Mutual Life Insurance
Company: part block 8, McDan
tel' addition 20,000
F. M. Slutz and wife to same; lot 513,
block 33, UcGeeS addition ......,, 10,200
, WAN Till) Boy to entry parcels; must
be well nniitalntfd with the city.
STUAUSS'ljII'Sta MlLMNlIllY CO.,
1113 Main street.
WANTBD Trustworthy person to travel!
fAlnry $7V) and rxpenel reference. Inclose
self-addressed stamped envelope. Man
nger, drawer I, Chlcngc.
WANTBD .Men to loam barber trade!
only eight weeks required; catalogue mailed
free. rlt. 1oills Bnrbef College, Mil N, 0th
St., St, Louis, Mo.
WANTED A good roung man to work
on the farm; dermal preferred. Call at
Branch Ollleo Journa., K, C Kas,
W'ANTtlD ImmcdlnVly, threo news
agents on railroad. Oil on Southern Ball
way News Co , 1013 Ullon ave.
WANTUD 2 nrt-ells lire's goods sales
men by Doiigelt Dry Uoods Co. Apply J.
1. Letter, Mnnnger, lit Moor.
nanijiti- n jouiir men to learn ieie
gruphy. Add. Will A.Bkellon. Hnllna, Kns,
W'ANTUD Travellnr grocery salesman
$12 weekly. 0 Wost Btf st room 9.
..,V..T,t.i . . . ..
WANTKII rilltAt.ll III1LI'.
WANTI3D Uxpcrldced millinery sales
lady In tritium d Inn. department; must
bring good reference!,
HTitAUHS.LU'.Sli MILLI.N'nUY CO..
111J Main street.
WANTED I want flno samples hntided
your friends or neltlibnrs. Send A. r.
Wood, perfumer, Vood ave, Detroit,
Mich, loo for r, trhl bottles Kallii-Scont
1'erfnmcs; lecelvo offer 10 oit.
CANADIAN I.MiaoVMI.NT OKPICn.
and furnished rooms. 10U4 Bast 12th, cor,
Wnlnut. Tel. lira. Tlr best placo In K. C.
Mo , to find help or situations, male or
female; 14 years' expirlcnce. Bnf. Omnha
Nat. Imtik, Omaha; CI Izens' bank. K. C.
WANTED Audits 120 to 130 rmr tlnv
enslly mniln In nny locality. We furnish 11
lino of snmples free nnd allow CO per ecnt
commission for scl Ing. Particulars frne,
or wo will mall a inmplo of our goods In
sterling sliver upon receipt ot ten cents in
stamps. Standard Bllvervvaro Co, Boston,
SH UATION W AXTllI) MAI.K.
W'ANTHD LIccnsMl engineer with 10
years' experience wants situ itlon; has best
of references, also large chest of tools. Ad
dress W 705, Journal olllce.
WANTI1D 2,000 dyspeptic gentlemen nnd
ladles to got cured by the Eclipse Celery
Chow-Chow. Progressive grocers keep It.
MONl.Y TO T.OAN.
KANSAS PITV lmnrnw! nrnnorlv T. ntr
cent to C per cent loans, money advanced
when security nnd title approved: farm
loans Northwest Missouri nnd Northeast
Kansas; current rates; annual Interest pn
nble at borrower's local hank; money
ready; correspondent) and Interviews In
vited with borrowers and lenders
JAMBS L. LOMBARD,
Over First National bank
6 AND 6 vail CENT money on business,
residence nnd farm property; unusually fa
vorable terms Apply to Homer Heed or
Theo.Nah. 1000 Broadwqy.op Coatcs house.
6, G AND 7 I'HIt CENT money, on city and
rarm properties; Dulldlng loans made
II W. MUSSON. 202 American Bk. Bldg
MONEY TO LOAN direct. 6, 7 nnd S per
cent. II. L. JOHNSON CO.,
Telephone 1617. N. Y. Life building.
to itBT iiousns.
TO BENT 1414 Llnwood avenue, n. de
tsched house; has s rooms nnd all modern
Impiovements; handsome Btable; will leae
for J years S00 per month; now being placed
In perfect order.
nnoitan law, n. y. Life hid g.
TO BENT A six room house. 12.1) Vino
st. Apply W. C. Withers, Journal office.
TO COMTUACTOnS Wo hal n Nnme see.
ond-hand ;4 Inch nnd "i Inch steel rope. In
flrst-claRS condition, which wo will sell nt
reasonable figures Wo havo two pieces of
the t Inch ropo ISO feet In length, "citio pleco
of tho "i inch loon 200 feet In length nnd 11
fow pieces fiotn 30 to 40 feet long. This ropo
will he found to be very suitable and de
sirable for contractors for uso on their
derrl-ks, etc , etc.
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.
President. Vice President.
E. L. HATIRIS,
MIDLAND TRANSFER CO. rrelght
and baggage transferred to nnd from nil
depots. Purnlturo moved nnd packed by
experts. 407 nnd 401 Wjnndotte St.. Kan.
srh City. Mo. Telephone 1517.
SAUNDCns & White.lOU E. 18th street.
'nholio 2036. Befitting and Inylnc carnets a
npeclalty; upholstering ot all kinds; mat
tresses renoviiieu. uerer 10 uoggcit u. u.
Co. and Bobt. Keith Fur. Co.
LOST OR STOLEN.
IjOST OR STOLBN Horse nnd buggy:
grey hor'e, 10 ears old, 11 hnnds, 1,000
pounds, trots and picex; Columbus buggy,
top nnd end spring. Suitable reward for
return to Dr. Ayres, 3601 Main St.
45IIKAT WFsTKUV STBA3I IIVK WORKS
ALL KINDS of Indies' dross goods, silks,
satins and sluiwls.olcaned and iljtdigentH'
clothing cleaned, died nnd repaired, send
for price list, 7th st, between Main and
Walnut, J. G. UIMOURH. proprietor.
TO BENT Elegant olllces In the Journal
bldg. nt reasonable rates. Apply to the
TO RENT 110 houses and stores.
Wright & Co., Masonlo building.
wcvcr.KS i lutacLEs n
WE want a young man In every town In
Missouri. Kansas and Nebraska to handle
our wheels. Get our catalogue and prices
to agents. KANSAS CITY BICYCLE CO ,
10.'7 and lu'-'O Broadway. Kansas Clty.Mo.
MIMIW hTOUAOi: CO.
HAVE NEW nnd safo building for furni
ture storage. Advances made; packing and
shipping done. JOHN A. EAMU3.
SOS Walnut st. Tel. 20S0. Manager.
POR SALE Cigar store: antique oak fix
tures: good clean stock. Money In this for
the right man. Ill W. fith st.
FOR SALE Part or all ot a (team well
drilling outfit. ICC Mass. building.
$7 600 city bonds April 15. For particulars
aaaress rranic p. uaia. fiscal Agent.
IF YOU WANT good old-fashion butter,
milk or cream, go to McCitntock's restau
rant, 920 Walnut street.
SAFES oDened and repaired, bouirht and
gold. Combination locks cleaned and
changed. B. HABHIOAN, Expert,
Telephone 12S1 109 East Tenth gt.
rou siLE-nnsL iistatb.
and Brooklvn; $1,500. Inquire of W, S. Mad
ison, 5U W'jandotte st.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINO-Notlco Is
nereuy given mai me uuniiai meeting or
the stockholders of the Jucksun Investment
Company will be held at the olllce of the
company, No. 603 New York Life building,
In Kansas City. Missouri, on Monday, the
first day of April, A. D. 1695, at the hour of
nine o'clock a. in., for the purpose of elect
ing a director In the place ot John C. Gage,
whose term will then expire, and for the
transaction of such other business as may
properly come before a sto, kholders' meet
ing. SANFORD B. LADD.
CHARLES B. SMALL. Secretary.
Kansag Clty, Mou Marsh, U us
TRtrSTEP.'fl HAT.I'-lly tenson of de
fault In tho pnsment or n reftnlti principal
promissory nolo nnd the Inst two matur
ing Interest notes, d( scribed In a deed ot
trust executed by Prank Welsh, unmar
ried, to tho undersigned trustee, dnted
Pebrunry nth, isw, tiled for record Feb
ruary Kill, l- t1 the olllco of the re
corder, ot deeds for Jackson county, Mis
souri, In book 11 4J), page 131. the under
signed triislro will, piiisnnnt to the terms
of snld deed of trust, and nt the request
of tho legal holder uf snld notes, sell nt
publlo vendue, to tho highest bidder, for
ciish, all ot that part of block numbered
twentymo (22), McOeo's nddltlon to the
City of Kniisns mow known ns Knnsns
City), described ns follows. Beginning nt
tho northeast comer of said block num
bered twenty-twn (!,!), thence south nlong
thn west lino of Met lea strict twenty-four
isii icei nine ("j inencs, inenre west to
alley In snld block, tbeiico north along tho
fist lino of snld alley twenty-four (Sll feet
nlno (.9) Inches to the south linn of 16th
stteet, thence cast nlong tho south linn ot
Kill street to plnce ot beginning,
all situated In Jnekson county, Missouri,
nt thn west door uf tho t'nllid stntrn cus
tom house, nt thn soitthcnst corner of
Ninth nud Wnlnut streets In Knnsns Cltv,
Jnekson county. Missouri, on the ISth dnv
of April, lMi, between the hours nf tunc
o'clock In thn forenoon and llvo o'clock In
tho afternoon, for tho purposo of satisfy
ing the said Indebtedness nnd the lost ot
executing this ttust. 'I ho equity ut le
dempllon of said real estnln Is now owned
and held by Hugh C. Waul as receiver of
the partnership estate of Thomas II. Mas
till and Julia Muslin, nppnlntcd by thn
1'nlted Stales circuit court for tho West
ern division nf tho Western district ot
Missouri. By an order of nnld couit. dulv
entered ot record mi I ho 22d day nf March,
I'll, tho tuld trustee Ins been and Is nu
thorlzeil to foreclose tho said deed of
trust In tho manner provided by the terms
WHIPPLE LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
By A. A. WHIPPLE, Its Pies,l,nt.
TRUSTEE'S BALE-lly reason ot default
In the payment of a certain principal
promissory note nnd the list two maturing
Interest notes described In a died of trust
executed by Piank Welsh, unmarried, to
the undersigned trustee, dated Pebrunry
llth, 1S90. filed for record February lllh,
1R90, In the olllce of the reeotder of deeds
for Jackson county, Missouri, In book It
3S7, page 407, the undersigned trustee will,
pursuant to the terms ot said , deed nf
trust, nnd ot the request ot the legal hold
er of snld notes, sell nt public vendue, to
the highest bidder, for cash, all of that
pirt of block number twentv-two ii), Mc
Oeo's addition to the City ot Kansas (now
known ns K insas City), described as fol
lows: Beginning nt a point on the west
line ot Mctico street, forty-nine (IS) feet
six (6) inches south of the northeast cor
ner of snld block number twenty-two (22),
thence south along the west line of Me
Cbe street twenty-four (21) feet nine (1)
Inches, thence west to alley In said block,
thence north nlong the eiit line of said
alley twentj-four (21) feet nine (9) Inches,
thence enst pai.illo! to south line of 16th
street to place of beginning, all situated
In Jackson county, Missouri, at tho west
door ot the United States riistam house,
at the southeast corner of Ninth and Wal
nut streets, in Kansas itj, Jnekson
eoiintv .Missouri, on the ISth day of April,
1M, between the hours ot nine o'clock In
the forenoon nnd live o'clock In thu nftcr
noon, for the purpose of sntlsfjlng tho
snld Indebtedness nnd the cost of execut
ing this trust. Tho equity of redemption
of -nld real estate Is now ow neil and held
by Hugh C. Ward ns receiver ot the part
in rshlp cstnte ot Thomas Mnstln and Julia,
M.istln, appointed by tho United States
circuit court Tor the Western division ot
the Western district ot Missouri By an
order of Mild court duly enleied of lecord
on tho 22d day of March. 1S9", the said
trustee hns been and Is nuthorled to fore
close the snld deed ot triibt In the manner
provided by the terms thereof.
WHIPPLE LOAN AND TRUST CO.
By A. A Whipple, Its President.
TRUSTEE'S SALE Whereas, Charles A.
B, nrdslev, uumarrbil, by his dteil of trust,
dated Juno 1st, ISfsi, acknowledged Juno
4th, ivi. nnd ircnrded June 41b, 1SS0, In
book 11 No. 420, at pngo 1J1, of tho rcconls
of deeds. In tho olllce of rccordei of deeds
In and for Jackson county, statu of Mis
souri, at KniiMiH iit, convojed to the un
dersigned, .leumlsh T Dew, as tiustee,
tho following dtscilbeil real state, situate
in Jackson conntv and stnto of Mlssouil,
to-wlt: An undivided onc-hnlf ('-) of lot
munbeied twentj-nlno CO), In block iium
baied two (J), nf Arnilleld's addition, nil
nddltlon to the City of Knm-.is (now Kan
sas Cit). ns thu said lot Is marked and
designated upon the id it of snld addition,
now on file nud of it cord In tho olllco of
lecoidor of deeds In and for said Jnekson
countv, Htntii of Mlssnml, which said dei d
ot trust vi as given to secuio pivnunt of
tho cittiilii pinmlssury note thcictn de
scribed, and, wbeicas, tho sild nolo Is
long p.iHt due, and, together with nil Intei
,st ncertieil thereon, remains unpilil, und
default has bei u iiiiule In tho pnvnient
tbeiioi, now, thciefort', public notice Is
heiebv given that liiulci nnd by virtue of
thn povvit nnd iiuthotltv In me vestcil by
tho turns of said deed nf ti ust. and In put
HU.mrn of tho provisions thereof, nnd at
tho request of thn legal holder and owner
of sild note, r, Jeremiah T Dew, tho un
dersigned tiustee, will piucceil to sell, nnd
will sell, tho said nbove dcsctlbeil real
estate, ut tho west front door of the cus
tom house nud poslolllee building, situ no
nt southeast corner of Ninth nnd Wnl
nut stiiets, in Kansas Cltv. In tho county
nf Jackson and state of Misnml, to the
highest bidder, for uish, nt publlo vendue,
on Tut "day, the 21rd day ot April, 19". be
tween thn bonis of nine oMoilt in tho foie
nonii nnd live o'clock In thn ill toi noon of
s.ild day, to pay off and satisfy tho wild
Indebtidness und costs nud expenses of
executing this trust.
JEREMIAH T. DEW. Trustee
Dated Knnsns City, Mo, Mulch 2:th, IST,
TRUbTEE'S SALE Bj reason of l, fault
111 the pivnient of a certain pioinlssmy
note, nnd In tho Interest thereon, de.srilbcd
in tho deed of trust d ited the 29th day of
J inn iry. 19. given by .). i: Mulvcy and
Maria C Mulwy. his wife, tiled for record
In tlm olllce of the recoider of deeds for
JacUson county, nt Kansas City, Missouri,
on the 29th d.i of Jiimi iry, It-'.!, nnd thero
lecorded In book II 21), nt pige S., I will,
between thn hours of 9 o'clock In the fore
noon nud 5 o'lloek In tho nfternoon, on
Mondav, tho Sth day of Apill, 1SSD. at tin,
south door of the court house In thu City
of Kansas, In the county of Jackbon, state
of Missouri, at tho lequcst of tho legul
holder of snld note, sell at publlo auction,
to the highest bidder, for e ish. all of lots
ten (10) uud llftctn (15), In block ono (It: all
of lots nina CJ) nnd slxtem (16), In block
two (2), all nf lots three (J), tblilcen (Ml
and twenty-two (22), in block three (I); nil
of lots one ID and eighteen (IS), In block
four (I), and all of lots time (.1) and eight,
oen (1M, 111 block live (5), ill Llewilljn
annex, an addition to tho City of Kansas,
county ot Jackson and si He of Missouri, ns
iinown vy uic jt-c-uiu,u ii i, lui-i i-ui. Him t,
ply the proceeds of said salo to tho pay
ment of the Indebtedness secured by said
deed of tiunt, and tho costs of executing
this tiust. MORTON WOLLMAN,
NOTICE TO STOCKIIOLDERS-Nothe
to the stockholders of tho Urand Avenun
Hallway Company Is hereby given thnt a
tneellnc- nf Hindi stockholders will bt, held
at Hie olllce of sal 1 onipany,No. 1600 Grand
avinue, In Kansas City, Missouri, on Su
nnily, the Hist day of June, A. D. Ik93, at
9 o'clock n ni !or the puiposo of voting
upon the following propositions
1, To incteaso the capital nock of said
company from 11,200,000, Its present amount,
2. To Increase the bonded Indebtedness
of said comiuny from JV-WOaW, Its present
amount, to J",,c.X1.
3 For tho transaction of such other busi
ness as may be btought before such meet
Kansas City, Missouri. March Si, 1S3.1.
WALTON II. HOLMES. President.
DANIEL B. HOLMES. Secretary,
MEEi'iNo op stockholders-no.
tleu is hereby given that the annual meet
lug of tho stockholders of the Lombard
Investment Company, of Missouri, will bo
held at the olllco of the company In tho
Keith tV- Pttrry building, at the southwest
comer of Ninth and Wnlnut streets, in
Kansas City. Missouri, on Thursday, the
4th day of April, U93, at nine o'clock n.
m for the purpose of electing directors of
the company and the transaction of such
oilier business as may pioperly come be
fore the stockholders' meeting.
II. 11 MOONHY, President.
A. D. ItinER. Secretniy,
Kansas City. Mo . March 7, 1593.
NOTICE. TO CONTRACTORS-The un
derslgned or the county clerk will, on April
5, 1S93, up to li o'clock (noon) of that day,
receive sealed bids, subject to the approval
of the county court, for grading the Lee's
Summit and Lone Jack roid, from Lee's
Summit to Van Buien township line. A
rafch deposit of I20t) required with each bid.
Specifications and piolile can be seen In
the olllco of county survejor, In new court
house, cor, 6th und Oak sts,' Knnsas lily,
Mo. ' I' J. O'FLAHEltTY,
Co. Survejor and Boad Commissioner,
Dated March 16th. U93.
MRS. L. JAMES, thu well known clalr.
voyant and trance medium, may be con
sulted at 1203 Grand ave.; purlers 39 uud 40.
HOUSES AJiD VEHICLES.
HORSES and cows kept In the country;
calves raised; JU per first yeai; all stock
seat for, M. Salisbury, independence, ilo.
(first publication March lllh, IW.)
NOTICE OP Tllt'HrilnS SAt.E-Whcre.
ft. on Juno 7th, 1, Lit Real Estate Com
piny, Knnsas lit), .Missouri, mails, exe.
euled nud delivered lis deed of trust, for the
puriwso ot securing tho piiiment of one
bond for the sum of one thousand dollars
(J I. (I'll, with Interest emittona attached.
named In snld deed of trust, wherein It
conveyed to the undersigned, David II, Etj
tlen, trustee, the following described real
estate, situated In tho county ot Jnekson
ntul state, of Missouri, to-wlt: Lots num
bered twelve (12), thirteen (13) and fourteen
(tl), In block number nine (si, of Contei'
addition to thn City of Kansas (now
Kansas Cltv). Missouri, ncordlng to the
recorded, plat thereof, nnd whereas,
snld deed of trust wns on the Mb day of
June, ijjj nt 1:10 o'clock p. tn., duly record
ed in book li (Ai. nt page 2jo, of the records
of said Jackson county, Missouri) and,
whereas. It Is provided In snld bond and
deed ot trust thai. If the said City Real
Estate Company shall fall to pay or cause
to he pnld, nny uf tho Interest coupons at
tached to said bond nt the time the sahio
become due nnd parable, then the whole
amount of snld bond shall at once become
duo nnd piynbld without notice; and
whereas, the s.ild City Real Estate Com
pany has failed to my, or cause lo bo paid,
the Interest eouiun attached to snld bond
which became due and pontile on the first
day of Derembcr, 1S9I, wherefore the whole
amount of said bond Is now due. iu.v-.ible
nnd unpilil under the terms of snld bond
and deetl of trust: now, therefore, public
notice Is hereby given that I, the under
signed, David ll. lilllen. the trustee named
In snld deed of trust, under und by virtue
of the authority cstcd In me bv said deed
of trust, nt the request of the fcgnl holdir
nnd owner of said bond, will proceed to sell
tho above described real estate at pub
llo vendue, to the highest bidder, for eish,
nt the south front door nf the new countv
coin t house in Kansas City, Missouri, be
ing the building In Kansas city, Jnekson
enmity. .Missouri, In which the cltcult court
of snld Jnekson county Is now held, on
Sitnrduy, the i,th dnv of April, A. 1). IS'C,
between the hours of 9 o'clock In the foie.
noon and B o'clock In the nfternoon of snld
da, for the puriose of raising the money
to pay the amount of said bond, with Inlet
est und the costs of executing this trust.
DAVID 11. El'TlEN, Tiustee.
Ferry A- Small. Attorneys.
(First publication March II, 1S93)
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Where
as on April 27th. lvv.i, juines O'Neill and
Ella O'Neill made, executed nnd delivered
their deed of trust for the purpose of secur
ing the payment of two bonds, one for the
sum of 119,000 nnd the other, which hns been
pild, for tho sum of 13,eui) In snld deed of
trust described, wherein tiny convoed to
the undersigned, David It. Ettlen, tiustee,
the following described real estate, sltuit
ed la tho county of Jnekson and state of
Missouri, to-wlt: The west one hundred
(100) feet ot lot number twelve (12), of block
number seven (7), In Rice's addition to the
City of Kansas (now Knns is Clt ). Mis
souri, according lo a recorded plat thereof,
together with all the Improvements there
unto belonging; nnd, whereas, on the 27th
day ot April, lsS9 nt 1 10 o'clock p. m., said
deed of trust was duly recorded In book B
No. 337, ut page 00s of the records ot said
Jnekson county, Missouri: nnd, whereas,
said deed of Must provides that upon non
pas ment of the dent secured by snld deed
of trust by the makers thereof, the prop
erty therein described may bu fold by tho
trustee for the purpose of raising tho
money to pay the debt thereby secured;
nnd, whereas, said Indebtedness Is now past
due and unpaid; now, therefore, public no
tice Is hereby given thnt I, tho iindei
signed, Divld II Ettlen. tho trustee named
In said deed of trust, under and by virtue
of the authority vested In mo bv said deed
of trust, nt the request of the owner of said
lmd, will proceed lo sell the abovo de
scribed roil estate, at public vendue, to tho
highest bidder, for cash, at the south front
tloor of the new county court house. In
Kansas City, Missouri, being the building
In tho City of Knnsas (now Kansas City),
Jackson county, Missouri, in which tho cir
cuit court of said Jackson countv Is now
held, on Saturday, tho Mh dnv of April,
)SJ3, between the hours of 9 o'clock In thn
forenoon and 5 o'clock In the afternoon of
said day, for tho purpose of raising tho
money to pay the amount of sale! Indebted
ness with Interest nnd costs of executing
this trust. DAVID II. ETTIEN.
Ferry nnd Small. Attornejs. Trustee.
TRUS TEE'S SALE By reason of default
In tho payment of a ci rtnln principal prom
issory note and the last two maturing In
terest notes described In a deed of trust
executed hi Flank Welsh, unmarried, to
the undersigned trustee, dated Febtuary
14th. IKK), filed for record Februnry llth, ISH
III tho olllce of the recoider of di eds for
.lackKin countv. Missouri. In book B 397.
page 470. the undersigned trustee will, pur
suant tn the teiins of said deed of trust
and at tho request of tho legal holder of
said notes, sell at public vendue to the
highest bidder, for cash, nil that put of
bio, k numbei twenty-two (22), McGec's
addition to the City of Knnsns (now
known as Kansas City), described as fol
lows Beginning at n point on the west
line of Mi Gee stieet twenty-four (21) feet
nine (9) Inches south of the northeast cor
ner of snld block numbered twenty-two
(22) then e south along the west llnu of
Mv Gee sircet twenty-four (21) feet nlno (S)
Incli, - thence west to alley In said block,
thence norlh nlong the enst line of said
nlby tvvi ntv-four (21) feet nlno (J) Inches,
thence east parallel to the south lino of
lfith street to tho place of beginning, all
situated In Jackson county, Missouri, at
the west Uoor of tho United States custom
house nt the southeast corner of Ninth
and Walnut streets, in Kansas City. Jack
son county, Missouri, on the ISth day of
April, 1SS3, between tho hours of nine
o'lloek In the forenoon nnd llvu o'clock In
the iiftcriioon, tor tho purpose of sutlsf
Ing the said Indebtedness und the cost
uf ex"i titlng this trust. Tho equity of re
demption of snld real estate Is now owned
und held by HiikIi C Ward as receiver of
tho pntueislilp i slate of Thomas H Mns
tln nnd .lull i Mnstln. .appointed bv the
United States cltcult enuit for the West
ern division of the Western district of
Missouri By an order of snld court duly
entered of record on the 22d day nf March,
IS'il, tho said trustee has been and Is nu
thorlul to foreilose the said deed of trust
in the iimnni r provided by the terms there
of. WHIPPLE LOAN ,C TRUST CO.,
By A A Whipple. Its President.
TRUSTEE'S SALE-Whcrens.Iohn Buck
ler and Fiances Buckler, his wife, by their
crt ilu deed of tiust dated the Pith day
ot December, one thousind eight hundred
nnd elght-nlne, filed for leeord In the of
lleo of tho recorder of deeds for Jnekson
county, .Missouri, nt Knnsns City, on the
Ikth il.i of December, Uss ami retonled
in s lid olllce In book B 3JS, at page 107,
did convey to the Whipple Loan and Trust
I'oinpanv, tlm undersigned trustee, tho fol
lowing described real estate sllimttd In raid
county of Jnekson, state of .Missouri, tn
wlf All of lot numbeied two (2), In blot k
number one (I), In South Wlnlleld plai e,
an addition to tho City of Kansas (now
Kansas City). Missouri, to securo the piy
ment of n certain promissory nolo in said
deed described, and Interest thereon; and,
whereas, default has been mndo In tho
payment of said nolo and ot tho Interest
thereon slnco the date of said note, nnd
tho same now remains overdue nnd unpaid;
now.tlterefore.piiblto notice is hereby given
tliut the undersigned trustie. nt the request
ot tho legal owner and holder of said inoni
Issory note and Interest, and by vliiuo of
the power and authority vested In said
trustee by said deed ot trust, will, In ac
cordance with the terms nnd provisions of
said deed of trust, proceed to sell, and tell,
the real estate In said deed of trust nml
hereinbefore described, and nny nnd nveiy
part thereof, at publlo vendue to the high
est bidder, for cash, at the west door of the
United States custom house, at tho south
east cormr ot 9th and Wnlnut streets. In
Knnsas City, Jackson county, Mlssoiul,
being the west front door of sild building,
on the Utlt day of April. ISJi. between the,
houis of 9 o'clock In tho forenoon and C
o'clock In tho nfternoon of that day, for
tho purposo of pa lug. uccoidlng to the
tenor of said deed of trust, tho nmoiint of
indebtedness lemnlnlng unpaid secured
thereby und the coats of executing this
trust . ..
lVllll'I'Li; LUAiN AAU TRUST COM
By A, A, Whipple, Its President.
TRUSTEE'S SALE Whereas, Theodore
II. Emmons, n single man, bv his certain
deed of trust, dated January (,th, 15S7. and
recorded on the 1Mb day of March, li7, in
book II 221. nt page W' In the olllco of the
recoider of deeds of Jackson county, Mis
souri, at Kansas pity, conveyed to me, H,
Wells, tho undersigned trustee, the follow.
Ing described land In Jackson county. Mis
souri, to.wlt: All of lots twenty-one (21) nnd
twenty-two (22). In block one (l), ln.Flor.il
Place, an addition to the City of Kansas
(now Kansas City), as the same Is iturki-d
uud designated on the recorded id it of
sild addition, now on Hlo In tho olllce of
tho recorder of deeds for Jackson county.
Missouri, in trust, however, to secure the
pa) ment of a certain promissory note In
said deed of trust described: und, whereas
defiult has been made In the payment of
said promissory note; now, theieforo, at
the request of the legal owner and holder
of the said note, nubile notice Is hereby
given that I will. In accordance with the
terms and provisions of said deed of trust,
and by virtue of the iwer In me vested
thereby, sell by publlo vendue at the south
front door of the county court house at the
northeast corner of Oak street and Mis
souri avenue, in Kansas City, Jackson
county, Missouri, the real estate hereinbe
fore and In said deed of trust described,
for cash, to the highest bidder, between
the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon
nnd five o'clock In the afternoon, on Satur
day, the Sth day of April. U93. for the pur
pose of paving said note and the cost of
executing this trust.
B. WELLS, Trustee,
Robert Adams. Attorney.
Kansas City, Missouri, March.-2th, 1,895.
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J 03 pm I0:10nm
9.15 pm '6 30 pm
7 SO am M pm
la rjl n,t T'.V: t,n
Leavenworth passenger., .1.30pm l:ISpm
Connections between Lmvenworlh and
CBICACK), ROCK ISLAND f. PACIFIC.
Trains East ot Mlssoiul River.
Chicago innll .. 5OiunxJ:Mpra
Chlciigo limited 3M3pm lO.COiun
Trains West of Missouri River.
Hutch.. Wichita, Ft. W. low am 6'23 pm
pen., Col Sp. ft Pueblo.. JO.Wnm 6 2pni
Den . Col Sp Pueblo., r.'.oopm 7:45nm
Wlohltn, I. T. A Ft. W . s.00 pm ) 7:43 am
MISSOURI PACIFIC It. It -i rains East.
Mall and express 7:u0nm I.hi pm
St. Louis duy cypress .... 10 'Hum C'5 pm
Limited night express .... :li)pm 7.00 am
Fust mall passenger . ... 9 30pm 10.30nm
Lexington ,v St Louis ex. 7:0) pm 10 03 am
Lexington .V Srdalln pas, r, .15 .un 7.35 pm
ColTeyvllle & Col 10:13 am 6:43 pm
CoiTe) title A. Wichita .... 0 20 Jim 7:20nm
i mins South.
Jop , Fori Sc't .1. Wichita.. 4 03 am lt:V pm
.lopllii ,t Texas Express. ..In 30 am 6 SO pm
Joplln ,fe Texas express ... 7,Wpm 7:12 am
Omnha, Lin N. City ex.. 9:15 pm 6.30 am
Omaha er C II. day ex.... 7.30 ,im 9 00 pm
is, c ,y a nccom. ex....xo esi pm n..t'iitm
K. C. St. Joe ex 10 30nm 6.33pm
St Louis A. Clileigo ex.. S ("lam 7:10 pm
St. L, & N Y. Llm ex....xli.oo Mn xfi:00 pm
St. L, D. M. ,p- St. 1'. ex.. 3.1 pm
K. C. ,v. Chicago expresj .. A 20 pm
CHICACIO e ALTON.
Chicago Xr St. Louis ex.... s.on nm
Chicago limited n.noptu
St. L. & Chicago ex S.l",pm
KANSAS CITY, FORT SCOTT .
J lorill.l l list .mill " "iiu. .v -. ,....
Harrlsonvllle & Clinton. . xlO.OO nm 6.00 pm
Deepwater nccom 3 23 pin 10:lsnm
Cherokee nccom 6'2"im 10.4j am
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i-tnt-ia., r.,1 Moll in"0nm n.OOnm
ninfuiuiMi n.no'-Hsv, .... vnvi ,.,.. . .w. ...
Joplln .t New Orleans. ...10 00 pm 7 ft, am
MISSOURI, KANSAS el TEXAS R'Y.
Texas mail 10 13am 6:3jpm
Texas express 9 01pm :25am
U.SIU.S i .ten it. iiAii.ti.t.
Pacific coast limited O'-uani oOOpm
Denver .li Cal. ev ".JOiiin S.j0nm
ATCHISON.TOPEKA & SANTA TE R'l.
E ist of Missouri River.
Chicago limited R 20 pm S.30am
Columbian express t'30 pm lt.Optn
Atlinllc express 030nm fi'30 pm
Fort Madison local x7.30ani x5:30pni
west oi .yussuuri uivci.
Texas express S'.l", am
So Kas passenger 9:10 am
Col. A. Utah llm 9 Oi am
California llm 1:30 pm
tlnv c r-,l ox nrnc, OOnni
K 00 pni
s 00 nnv
F.tuporla pass x4.20pmxlt.2O am
Topek.i express 4:30 pm 9.40 am
Panhandle express 9.10 pm 6 23 am
Ok. .fc Dodge City ex .... O.'.Opm 6:kam
Cr.inil Central Depot, 3ml nnd XV)nndottc.
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
Chi . St Paul & Minn .... 10 ooam 3.00pm
St. J , Des M. & Chi S 00 pm 7:13 am
St .1. Des M. & Chi It :30 pm
KANSAS CITY. OSCEOLA & SOUTHERN
Clinton te O-eeola ex ... 3 00 pm 10 20 nm
KANSAS CITY. P1TTSBURO & CULT,
littsb'g. Jop. ,i Neosho.. It Warn 3.43 pm
Accommodation '9.00 am S 30 pm
Accommodation x7 00pm x.3 00am
Leave Tucsdnvs, Thursdays and S itur
davs Arrivu Mondays, Wednesdays and
(.nud Aye. Depnt, 2-!ildst.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE .fc ST PAUL
Chicigo pass xl.OOam S 13 pin
eiilllleotbe express xi 00 pin 10 13 am
KANSAS CITY & INDEPENDENCE AIR
nepols Second and Wyandotte and Sec
ond nnd Wnlnut.
KANSAS CITY & INDEPENDENCE RAP
ID TRANSIT RAILWAY COMPANY
Depots Fifteenth street station. Twelfth
rlrcet station. Ninth street station.
Or 1322. ( All Depots.
The Depot Carriage and Baggage
hi:Vi:MIl AM) JIROADWAV,
FOR A CARRIAGE OR BAGGAGE WAGON.
.... Prompt mid Reliable. .....
0 KXTIIA C'IIAIti:S l'lllt MliUT WORK
TRUSTEE'S SALE W'hemus, Jncob
Biaun nud Cnrollni Brnun, his wife, by
their certain died of trust, d tted tho fifth
tin) ot November, IVJO, uud recordetl In tho
olllco of the tecorder of deeds In Jnekson
county, Missouri, nt Knnsas tit), on tho
suae dn) In book B 4I, at pngu 321, con
vc)ed to tho undersigned trust) o the fol
lowing described renl istito situated In
the count) ot Jackson and state of Mis
souri, to-wlf All of lots numbered fifteen
(15), sUtien (Hi), seventeen (17), and tho
north fort) (40) feet of lot fourteen (14), ttv
bloik numbered tlvo (3) in Kensington, nil
addition to the City of K.int.is, now- Kan
sas City, according to the lecorded plat
thereof, uls-o lot numbered twenty-threo
(23), In block three (J), In Mount Auburn,
ns said lot Is marked ana designated on
the it corded plat of said Mount Auburn;
nlso lots eleven (II) und twelve (lj), In,
block eight W, in said Mount Auburn. Ill
trust, to sccuin the pn) incut of the two
promlsslory notes in said deed described,
and, whereas, default was made In (do pay.
ment of one of said notes, nnd the mine,
together with Interest thereon, remnlns
duo nnd unpaid: und, whereas, default was
also made In the pi) ment ot the Interest
on the other of said notes uud In the pa)
ment ot taxes and assessments levied and
charged against snld lots; now, therefore,
nt the reuuest of tho legal holder of said
notes. and by virtue and In pursuance of tho
provisions of suld deed of trust, I, ns such
trustee, will, on Wednesday, the tenth day
of April, 1S93, between the hours of 9
o'clock u. m and 0 o'clock p. m., at tha
west front door of the United States post
olllco building, In Kansas City, Jackson,
county, Missouri, expose to sale and sell to
thu highest bidder, for cash, the above de
scribetl real estate, nt publlo vendue, to
satisfy the debt aforesaid and the costs of
mis iitioi. ti.,,..j hsii.uj,u,,, trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE By reason of default
In the pa) ment when due of principal und
interest of a promissory note made andi
executed by James R. Anderson, and de
scribed In and securid by a deed of trust
dated August 17th, 1SS9. recorded August
17th, 1SSJ, In book "B" No. Sts, at pag
614. In the olllca of the recorder of deeds
for Jackson county, Missouri, at Kansas;
CUy, I will, pursuant to said deed of trust,
at the request of the legal holder and
owner of suld note, between the hours of
nine o'clock tu the forenoon and live
o'clock in the afternoon of Monday, the
29th day ot April, 19, at the court house
door In the city of Kansas City, Jackson,
county, Missouri, said couit house door be
ing the south front dour ot the stato cir
cuit court house, situated on the norlh fclda
of Missouri avenue, between Oak and Lo
cust streets. In said Kansas CR), Missouri,
sell the following described real estate.slt
uate In the county ot Jackson and slate of
Missouri, being tho real estate described
in said deed of trust: A certain tract or
tracts of land located partly (n section Jd,
township M N.. range 33 W,, and partly In
tectlon 31. township W N.. range U W.,
Jackson county, Mlsiourl. bounded as fol
lows: On the north by the right ot way
ot the Kantas City and Independence
Rapid Transit Compan); on the east by
the Big Blue river, and on the south ami
west by the center lino of Goasa Neck
creek, as shown by plat annexed to tali
deed ot trust, at publlo vendue to tho
highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy tail
note und the Interest due thereon, and tea
cos t of executing this trust.
OLIVER, H:. OEAy, TrutV
K. C, A, ,v St. .loe ex , Si pm goo am
KANSAS CITY NORTHWESTERN It. II.
Seneca .V; Beatrice ex.... 7:30 ntr. CiJ pm
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