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I'HH KANSAS cri'Y JOURNAL l'llinA'i.Al'IlIl.ii, 18!).?.
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN.
LARGE INCRK VIP. IN THE ItrCKIPTS
or siilkp since .ianuahy t.
FnllrnlnK ")hep for Market In Hi Cnnniry
West nf Kansas tlljr to l'rotbijf Prof-
lUblc-Miirti nt the Trade 1)1-
Terlcel trrnm M. toul.
No Interest nt the yanli hns shown 6
much life nlnce the first of the ear nn
that of sheep. Tcxn, New Mexico nnd
Colorado havo nit been free shippers of
Bheep to this market the pant three
month?, and tho Increase In the receipts
has been most conspicuous for that
lime, footing Up CS.731, The quality of
moit of the shcop uimltiR In Is very
Bood. rattcnliK? sheep for market west
of this city Is recclvlns Increased at
tention every jetr, nnd the pushing of
this Industry Is redowiiInK (o the Inter
est of Kansas City, ns llockmastori as
veil as herd owners of tho Southwest
arc nndlng this their rightful nnd best
From Texas tho Increase In the num
ber of sheep iccehcd has been especially
conspicuous, nnd much of this business
has been turned from St. Louis to Knn
ss City. Seeing tho way In which the
sheep trade H grow In here, Xcltvs
Morris, the great picket and sheep kill
er, has located u sheep bujer here, G.
G. McN'nught. of Chicago, who will sup
ply his establishment with mutton from
It his now got to bo with sheep the
same ns with cattle nnd hogs, that It Is
no longer a question of demand with
denlerr, but rather one of supply.
(icoigo It. Barse. Jr , tho nrtlst, who Is
n eon of Oeorge It. Rarse, of the stock
jnrds, Is fast winning for httnRilf a
conspicuous plncc In tho art world In
New Yoik In n. lettci tn n brother
here, n few dis ago, he stated Uint he
won the first prize for the best picture
In oil offered by Julius Hnllgnrten, of
the National Academy of Design, New
York. Tho prize was allied at- about
J. B. and II. T. Cnrnes, Jnnaesport,
Mo , had In cattle yesterday.
Carnes A: Pitlkerson, Trenton, Mo ,
came In with cattle yesterdny.
r. Nldlffcr, Vinltn, I. T, was here yes
terdny with hogs
M. Heed, Loulsbiirg, Kns , got feeders
J. II. Mat tin, Mnjfleld. Kas , -was at
the jards )estoidny with hogs,
Superintendent KuBeiio Rust Is back
mm Excelsior Springs, where he has
been laid up foi n week.
E B Herald, of I'ort Worth, Tex .
bid In u fine lot of cotton seed meal fed
steers from Waxahnchle, his state, yes
terday. The 261 aernged 1,034 pounds
nnd were sold by the htrahorn, Ilutton
& Hunter Commission Compiny at ft 90.
vV. S Rarrett, Caldwell, Tex., was up
yesterday with cattle.
Arthui James, Aidmoto, I. T, cime In
jesterdnv with cattle and hogs
S r. Dlebold, Wnkeenev, Ka , was
here jesterday with cattle, hogs and
T. J. Mooie, I.Ian, To-, was at tho
j arils jesterda) with cattle.
Dlllard Rhodus, Lawson, Mo, had In
cattle and hogs yesterda).
vV. r Smith, White Kngle, O. T was
here jesterdnv with hogs.
D J. Stiles, Parker, Kas , came in jes
terday with cattle and hogs
J. Pool, Aullvllle, Mo , got feeders here
N T Olson, Llndsborg. leas', was In
jesterdnv with cattle .uid hogs.
Westlev DaK Kossvllle, Kas, , was at
the j aids jesterday with hogs.
A II Reed, Clabuine, Kas, had in
N Tnlley, Gienada, Kas , came in yes
terday with cattle.
Robeit McGregor, of Moriow, Kas.
was here jesterday with n choice lofof
heay hogs of Ills own feeding. Theie
were slvt) -seven of them and they nv
eraged 2S3 pounds, 'ihey weio told by
Eramert, Etuke & Co. ut 51 00, the top
price of the day.
Miller & Bernes, Hanover, Kas, were
at tho ynrds jesterday with hogs.
James Spai ks, w. ho has been repre
senting Sparks Bros , the mule men, at;
Tranklln, La , since last fall, Is home foi
D P. Taliaferro, Oakland, I. T., was
heie jesteulay with hogs
Casey cL Towers, Ilcnty county, Mo,
had in cattle jesterday.
Chliaeo Groat Hulcrn Railway "The .Ma
ple, I eat Itouto.'
Is the shortest line to all paints In the
Northwest nnd Pucet bound point, via St
Taul and Minneapolis: solid trains for Des
Moines, Marshailtown, Minneapolis, Du
buque nnd Chicago
Dining cars attached to all trains; meals
served on enfo plan.
The Chicago Ore it Western Is the only
JIne running compartment sleeping cars be.
tween Kansas Clt) Des Jlolnea, St. Paul
Minneapolis, and Chicago. Trains leave
Grand Central depot, beeond and Wjan
dotte stroots, 10 00 n m and S 00 p m.
Ticket ollice. No. 1038'i Union avenue
G W. LINCOLN,
T. T. A , Kansas Cltj-, Mo
F. H. LORD.
G. P. and T. A . Chicago, 111.
Thellest rill I over used," Is tho frequent
remark of purchisers of Carters Little Liver
Pills. When J on try thorn jou will say thj
W. H. Gibbons was arrested last evening
on a charge of stealing a. wagon from H. il
Chris Heinz took out a permit jesterday
to erect a btlck residence at 3121 Last
Nlnih street, at a cost of J7.000.
Thieves burglarized Rebetischled's blcvclo
store on McGeo street, houth of Twelfth
street, jesterday morning b foro daybreak
nnd stolo four blcjcles, vnlucel at about
D. E. Napper wis arraigned before Jus
tice Case yesterday on a charge of pushing
n worthless check for to on James Kllllan,
He took a change of venue to Justice
J. C. Chastlno is now the owner nf the
Messenger, nnd ho says it will coma out
next 'luesday and will bo published regu
larly thereafter. J, II. Harris former!
owned tho piper,
The Last faldo Literary Society will meet
this week on Saturday night, The change
from Prlilny to Saturday was made on ac
count of the rclal services at tho Ljdla
Aenue Methodist church.
Rev. J. T. Allen, of bterllng, Kas. will
exhibit his model of tho Hebrew Tabet
nacle this evening at the first United
Presbyterian church, corner Sixteenth and
Holmes streets. Admission, 10 and 10 cents
W. II Radell was chopping kindling wood
for a lire at his home, No 611 (Irani uu
nue, Inst night when he uccldimtally
chopped oft the little linger of his left mil.
Police Surgeon lueu attended to the injur).
Cora Cleaver, a wajward joung woman,
who came to this city fiom Cameron, Mo ,
appealed to. the Humane bocloty jesterday
to save her from a disgraceful life She
V w sent to the Door of HDpe, a retonna
t ry Institution.
John Herllhy, an ex -fireman, was ar
raigned yesterday before Justice Case on a
charge of burglarizing John .McCiillough's
isaloon, on Peluwaro street, and stealing 133
worth of liquors and cigars. His hearing
was set for next Thi)rsday,
Hemy W. Keeling, who shot George V.
Root, m the Humboldt building, about u
j ear aKQ was placed under bonds to keep
tho peace on complaint of his wife. In Jus
tice wall's court jestcrduy. Mr. ami Mrs
Keeling had a quarrel Tuesday night and
are again tcparated. Mrs. Keeling claims
that her husband has made threats against
Eugeno Gibbons and C. H. Rhodes, con
victed of vagrancy and trespass, were par
doned from the workhouso yesterdij. 'the
men were found occupjdng a box eir as a
domicile, without the consent of the rail
road Ahlch owned the car. Clara Finn, the
convicted keeper of an Immoral resort, was
also released from contlnement. Charles
Raynor was pardoned. Ho is out of his
'the ladles of the Good Samaritan day
nursery held their regular monthly meet
ing Wednesdaj. and It was very gratifying
'o all Interested to know that their efforts
towards aiding the working woman have
been so Justly rewarded. The nursery
cared for 138 children during the month of
March, eighteen more than during the
preceding month, 'the nursery, at 413 East
fourteenth street, Is open for Inspection at
U tlmti, nd visiters are always welcome.
M--AI) AMI 7I.NC tMtr.s.
ome lino vperlmriK tin I thlblllim nt the
ttinctlmi Ticket Olllir.
t'rtr several dn pat there hive been
n number of pool specimens of lend and
'.ne ores on chlbltlon In the window of
me utnhd Junction ticket oince '1 lie t.res
nre from the mines of dnnc & Huff, who
Conduct the llnlens, .Mining llxrhnnge. The
plerps of lFrt.it ore nre nilenlte nnd the
pieces or zlhe zinc Metide. The large pieces
of ijslenlle show khlny cubical lead crjs
tnls In a. verj atlfa.clory wnj. tlnlenllc
Is thtt ore of Icrnt which Is commonest
and from It rnont of the had of commerce
is derived. The ira ore is found In very
uirgc quantities nt Galena. Ill , hence Itir
name. The zino ores, which do not appeir
lo such nn advantage, arc specimens of
zinc blende, the commonest zinc ore, and
the one which exists so wrgelj In South
ern Missouri. Galena, lias , Is rapldlj he
coming n.mlnlng town of Importance, 'I He
deposits qf both lend And ,?lnc nre hrge
The HUM output of thu Galena hilnes dur
Ing nlno . Jcnrs 1st ,liid ore. ri.lif.ill
pounds' zinc ore, S,.W tons. Galen i ii on
the .Memphis road,
Washington, April I The following pen
sions have been granted.
.Missouri-diaries Roth, St. Louis, ttt.
louls! George H. Simpson, LaGrntiKcLow
li Peter Mnhr, St. Louis, Ht Louis: Newton
Melton. Wntagi, Mercer; Charles S Stout,
New Market. I'littci Ullllam Cornish,
Itockvllle, Hates! Chrlstl in tlrlmmelimer,
.ell, St. Genevieve, .lane i: Divlfon, Im
Mine, Cooiieri Joseph Schrclner, Sinter, Va
line! Richard G Wells, Arnica, Cod ir, lid
ward Dull, Winston, Divlessi Charles
Hohnert, Atmteton, Cape Olrnrdeau; 111
lim bmlth, P.irshlej-, Jasper. v llllnm A.
Colllnsworth, Ilockvllle, llitesj Andrew
Power, Modena, .Mercer, William K. Glllit,
llowtrs' .Mills, Lawrence, Ilentj M. Pjle,
Warsaw, llenlon; Simeon lilalr, Hlekoij,
Grundji Ullllam Koeneke, Sedilli, Pettis,
.Mlcken Jackson, Pavnesvllte. Pikes Llwln
II, hlide. Sinter, Saline; lacob Gaupp Clin
ton, Ilenrv; Ullllun C. Ihorn. Pilot Grove,
Cooper: Frederick Mnbcrrj.Mine LaMjtte,
Mndlson; Ne1on,Turcoiu. St. Louis, 'st
Louis; Jese Weeks. Huffnlo, D-illast rrltz
Knokc. St. Iiuls, St. Louis! Mary C, Unr
russ. stlcklervllle. Siillivnti! Hiiehel A Mc-
Liughlln, PU isnnt View. Cedar.
K inas e'harles Gra, Topeka. Shawnee,
Tolin V, Elites, Chetopn, L.ibelt; Austin
P. Magulrc, OS lge Mission Neosho! Livl
Ixicken, Cimarron, Geiryj Henry It Grlce,
Lebinon, bmlth, Sumiiel II. Grimes, Vlnr
lon. .Marlon! I.ll-in 13. Ilnrtsoek, Glrvrd,
Criw ford; William Gerde, llontown,
l.ibette; Job II. Stockton, Toronto. Wood
son, Levi G, Hake, Cameron, Hirpor, Hen
ry II. Vorse, Wllej, Morris: Georgq W.
Kenlj, Pittsburg. Criwfonl: Levi Cramer,
Cleveland, Kingman; Simuel Htrman Lc
RoV, Coffey i James J. Sharp, 'lroj', Donl
jih in; Jefteron L Steele, Minneapolis, Ot
tawa, Charles . DeWolf, Garnet, An
derson: Cnrley It Allen, St. Lawrence.Doug
lT.s! Ehenezer M. Armstrong, Greit Rend,
linrtou; George Plgotr.Lavertnce. Douglass,
Joshui II. Hazel, v ellsford, Kiowa; loscph
Marklej, Gainttt, Anderson; Henry Alk
in, Ilrownsvlllo, Chiutiiuqua; Ullllam
I'vfe, Ottawa, rrankllii; D-vvlil T. C. Mc
Cormlck, Peoria, I'ranklln; llirninn I'. Col
grove, Galntla. Hirton; Jesse Lingstnu,
Topeka. Shawnee: Charles P. Daughertj",
How trd, LIk; minor of John CJ. Ad inn,
Okl ihoma lerrltorj John K. l'onl, Pir
ker, "It," Simuel IVrrls, IngnlW, Pijne,
John 1", Guire, Prnsco, Canadian, Charbs
Austin, Oklihomi, Oklahom i, lllHm 1M
monds Rrltton, Second: .Michael S How
land, Stillwater, Pajne, Press Thomanon,
Kdmond, Oklahoma, llflsha H. Ogle, Or
lando. Log in.
Indian lerrllorj Stephen Hettlngcr.Tah
lequah, Cheiokec Notion.
On Lleetlnu Cases Aglllii.
The grand Jurors spent part of jesterdnv
Investigating the election friiuls Heconl
er Arnold, who w is engaged with his depu
ties In recounting tho ballots cist and al
leged to hive been enst In the Twentj
fourth precinct, was ngiln summoned be
fore the Jurv. In obeiUence to the Instruc
tion of the foreman of the Jurj he brought
the general reglstrntlno books which were
inspected bv the memls'rs of the jury with
a view to obtaining informvtlon upon which
to base borne more lndU-tmcnts against the
William 31, bloin, who was elected coun
ty marshal, nnd who lit being kept out of
the olllco because of the forgeries commit
ted In the ofllce of the. recorder of voters,
when that ollice was held bj Clnrles b
Onsloj. was also befonj the Jurj. He tes
tified as to whit he mw there whllo Jus
tices Hawthorne and Shannon were cin
vasslng the returns of thu election In the
cltj- and adding up thu votes received by
tho different candidates'
W. T lohnson one of Mr Sloan's ottoi
nevs, was also before the Jurv, nnd gave
similar tesllmonj. I II. Ilrndburv was re
called and gave the grand Inquisitors ad
ditional Inform Ulon about tin cioolud
work done bj the Second wnrd bosses and
in the olllco of the recorder of voters.
Given a .till 4i'litf lire.
George Everett, who w.is Indicted for fe
lonloiHlj assiultl'ig Jiinu s 'Wnlker with n
knife ntiSlxtb and WalqJit strnrts, on the
night of Jamnrj 4, was icrralgned for trill
In the criminal eoirt jesteidiij Ho with
drew the plea of not guilty nnd entered a
plea, of gulltj to common issauli by con
sent of the prosecuting nttornej, ami Judt,e
Wofford sentenced (ilin to the coiuitj J ill
for six months Everett, one night last Oc
tober, went into the Mldlind hotel, wheie
be was employed ns a member ut tile night
"scrub gang," nnd u.ssaultid u number or
persona who were In the hotel olllts., among
them Manager Smith He wns nrr""-ted and
sent to the workhous-p for six months and
after ho had served one month nf bis teim
he was pardoned by Mnjoi Divlh 'llie ns-i-ault
upon Walker wns eoinmlttid because
Everett believed he was Instiiiinental lu
having him arrested .uid committed to the
airs. Ale I Iroj's Itrothi r li nil.
Mrs. C. II. R McElioj, of I'lfth and
Highland, received a tle(,iam jcstenlnj
morning announcing the duitb of her
brother. M. Webb Biggins, of Dallas, 'le
Ml Hlgglnsi died nt Dinvei, wheio hf hid
gone In search of beiltb The remains will
he curled to Lexington, Ky, fm builnl,
and will bo accompanied fiom hero by Mi.
nnd .Mis. McClroj.
Proud nf Ills Cltv.
Mr J. II. Qulgley, of Sedallu, was nt the
Coates Ilou-e last evening Ho Is president
of the water works compinj' of that i Ity
uid Is also the gentleman who fithcred
the plan of capital removal and worked It
so smoothly tint the leifcr-on Cltj people
nre still Mzry from the elfects of It He
Is verj proud of bed ilia ind believes the
removal proposition will cettalnlj- carrj,
Ciiiinirtlnii Willi l'lutthliiirg.
Telephonic communication was estab
lished between Kansas City and Plittsburg,
Mo .jcsterday.the connections being inado
about noon. The llrst nussago sent ovei
the wire was an announcement of the fnct,
madu by Dr. J. W. Ellis, presl lent of the
Plattsburg college, to tho Kansis City
MsiiT persons Ueep Carter's Llttla Mver
Pills on band to prevent bilious attacks, sick
headache dizziness, ami tin 1 thorn Just what
To the Tmxllng l'liblli.
Before purehafclng tickets (o points east
of Chicago, llrst aseeitiln tho rite to Hi it
nolnt ovei ilin N'Ukel Plato Ito id. Cltj
ticket ollice, 1J3 Clark stieet. Chicago, 111
Eugeno I', Ware, tho poet-attorney of
Topeka, w is In the cltj last evening,
J, A. Vail, St I.ouls, s at the Coites
O. G. Slnger.lndlan ipolls.ls at tho Coates
J it. McDonald, l'rovtdence, is at the
W. II, Loomls, Boston, Is at tho Coates.
It, 11, rail. New York, Is at thu Coates.
John Slater, ball I'ranclsco, Is ..t the
C. II. Stockdon, Mcrlden, Conn , Is at the
W. H. Chapman, London, England. Is. nt
j 1", Gorman, Cleveland, is at tho Coates,
J, L. Giffotd, Reading, Pa , Is ..t the
11. It, rnlow, Chicago Is at the Victoria,
B. J. Hudson, Catrollton, Mo Is at the
J, N Cunningham, Montrose, is at tho
Prank IL Smith, Pcirj, Q. T Is at the
A. L Llndsaj1, Mound City, Kas . Is nt he
Bass Mceks, Mound City, Kas , is at the
P. Sullivan, Albany, Mo., is at the Vic
toria. J. C. Oassell, of Wichita, Kas , is at the
New Albany. i
V. A. Gassett, of Council Grove, Kas, is
at the New Albany,
W. C. Harris and wife, of Emporia, Kas ,
aie at the New Albany,
A. D Butler, of Nlckerson, Kas, was
at the New Albany yesterdaj',
V. II. Palmer, of Grand Pass.. Ma . 1s nt
the New Albany.
Golonel J. p. wiser, the well known dis
tiller, of Prescott, Out., vas at the Coates
House yesterdaj, He is on his way West
to his ranch.
Ensign Stanford V Moses, of the United
States navy, was registered ( the Coaics
The Original and Genuine
two itc t'r h itr-m titLi)
J ..-, J 'T'TT?
Imparts llie most delicious taste and zest to
Hot and fold ,tlenl,
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Ttika None but Lea A Pen ins.
''fKnatiire on c erj Imttle nf tlio nrlglnnl nnd g, nntne.
joiin iui;vcannni.n,.i:u' oiik.
Q llrlljilllllll It JiifTi f I Irrtrd I'ri sldrnt.
At a special meeting of the Hebrew
Relief Association, held last night. Hen
Jamln 11. JolTee wns elected tho president
of the association lo till out the unexpired
ti rm of loscph Lorle. who rrslgned re
centlj. Mr. JoITeo will net ns president
until next October. lie hns been on tin
bo ml of directors for a number of jenrs
past, and has bom remarkably active and
energetic In tho Interests f the nssocla
t Inn He wns chnlrman of the board In
I'll when the jfoi.lltlim tqok chargo of
the large pnilv of refugees from Russia
who were picking homes In this portion of
the countrv He w is Instrumental In se.
turlng homes and cmplojmcnt for all of
Vtiirrlngo I Ii i list s IsHiiid.
The following couples were jesterdnj II
censul to marrj
N tmo. Age
John i: Oak, Hlawathn, Kns 1J
Augusta Linn, Riverside, Cat :!
Augustus Oiile, Kansas f'ttv 13
Nettle Winds, Chicago, III .M
Davis Perskj, Dallas Tex ..'-I
Minnie Blchenwnld, lCunsns flty ,21
The following deaths were reported to the
board of health jesterdnj-
Grubb, Catherine; aged 77 jears, res.
denco Sprlnglleld avenue and locust
sttect, j-i nlle bronchitis, April 1. btirlil In
Jlouiit St Mnrj's
Spratt, George II : aged i1) jears, resi
dence Santa 1 e. N M., piiciimonla, -March
." burl il In Cnlon
Lijton, C II, nged 21, IO Roy, Kas;
nbcess of brain; April 3, burlil lu Lc Roj,
The following births were reported to
the board of lunlth i stent ij
Sims, John nnd Sillle; boy, 1111 Grove
street, April 1
Roi.or, J I and M. R ; girl; 2J10 Sum
mit street, March rn
Wilson, C. nnd Anna, boj ; nil Genesee;
Komminn, C. P and I. J.; boj ; 2333'j
Drlpps street, prll 1
Hnirlngton E R nnd Kubj-, boj ; CllH
Hist Plfth htreet, Atiril S
Poe, Silas and Annie, girl; 2"2t I'nlr
moiint: April i
II irrls, Henry nnd Catherine; girl; 6IS
Southwest boulevard; April 1
I'OIt SALE IIG I, IJSTtTR.
BARGAINS IN' 1 ofS-Oii Summit st ,be
twem 3Jd and Til, UM feet, beautiful
ground, street SO font wide; the best b ir
galn on th South side, iu per foot
Woodward me, near Wmtport nble, ns.
ph lit pavement, SO feet, vciy choice, only
?21 nor foot.
Wjnndolte st , near 2'jth st.; east front,
100 fcef onlj t-- per foot.
The abnvi- bent miction prices Pall
bee me foi lung ilns ill residences
bee me for biru'ilns In n, re tr it ts
p a ritnnKitiric iir. n j r.if,. bMc-
POP. SALE S room frame house un I lO
ft lot, West side, " minutes' walk fiom
Junction. Address W C.', Journal office
fer nil or part of $"00inO Ctllfornla irrl
gatid lands cholielj located, nnd will
tnko Imprnwd oi unimproved pniptrtj- in
pan pav . balance erj ease KENDALL
MORI GAGE CO. .." N Y I.lto bide
WA.MED A mm with $ i to l,eW cash
to Invest In a well established business;
silirv J15 per week Address W 7, Jour,
oud-haud ' Inch and 4 Inch steel rope. In
first class condition, which wo will sell at
leasnnnble figures Wo have two pieces of
tho ?n Inch opo ISO feet In length, one pleco
of tho . Inch ropo 200 fei t In length und a
feu plecs fiom Ai to 10 feet long aids rope
will bo found to bo very suitable nnd du.
slrablo for contiactors for uso on their
derricks, etc . eto
THE TOTTRN'AT, fOMPAN'Y
1 It.V'M I ft LOMI'AMl S.
President Vice President.
E L HARRIS.
MIDLAND TRANSl'CR CO -Freight
and bnggngo trnnsfeired to nnd from nil
depots furniture moved and packed by
expirts 107 and i Wjandotte st , Kan
Ms Cltj Mo Telephone 1517
Toil SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
POR SLE Missouri war claim certifi
cate lor fj U. It. II. Weeks, lloO Enierbon
TOR SALE Part or all of a steam well
drilling outtlt. 302 Mass. building.
SAUNDElfi . W httc.loll E IStli street.
'phone -VJii Refitting und laying curpets a
cpeclaltj , upholstering of all kinds; mat.
tresses renuvated Refer to Dobtett D. G,
Co. und Robt. Keith Pur Co.
Dltni'Ll S I IHUILI.I'S II
WE want a joung man In every town In
Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska to handle
our wheels Get our catalogue and prices
to agents KANSAS CITV BICVCLG CO ,
10J7 and 10.9 llroadwjj. Kansas City, Mo
HATES onened and repaired. tiotlKllt and
sold. Combination locki cleaned and
changed B. HARRIGAN, Kxpert,
Telephone 12SI 100 East Tenth St.
IlllltSI s ,IMI MMIICI I'S.
HOUSES and cows kept In the country;
calves raised, 13 per first jear: all stock
tent for M Salisbury. Independence. Mo
IP YOU WANT good old.fnshlon butter.
milk or cream, go to McCllutock's lestau
rant. 93) Walnut street.
lllta. L,. J Aims, the well known clalr.
vojant and trunce medium, may be con
sulted at 1200 Grind uve.; pnilots 30 and 40
Kl.MlH SIOltAf.i; ill.
ture storage. Advances made; packing and
shipping dune. JOHN A. EAMC3.
80S Walnut st. Tel iW Manager.
CHICAGO SILAM I)H HUIIKS,
Non looited at 20 W. 12th st . with4 mora
loom aud better facilities, will bo pleased
to clean, repair or dso for jou.
- ,,.1.,.. VU.-. . .W , ... Q,
7,t00 city bonds April IS Tor particulars
address Prank P. Hajs. Fiscal Agent.
CIKTAVPIAF Tn.,ftauAK 1 n will ..all
io :T7?ict; LI---1''"
TOENTEieguiTtllices In the Jourhil
bldg. at reasoaabU rats. Apply to tb
MtMDI, a Cty- gW
fish, L J di diFriwy
i Welsh (tifcgM iYy
waited mai.u in:t.p.
W ANTlin A flrtclns pnrpot Mjeri on
who Is not nrrald to work V. ldress A
HMielmer Steam Carpet Cleaning Works,
W Nri'l-1o ctigiige some gnu I conntj
right men Must he good ones Address
Itoi 11 Sheridan, Mo.
Sl IStt-iitlesmnrii sihrj from slnrl,
liitmiiiiciit jilnce Ktown llr s (. Nut
serjmui t'hlmMO, III
W ANTI'.I) 2 luting men, lUlit work, 1
week 9 W.st I if ih, mom J
I MPIIIWIP.M Alll.M s.
jml furnished rooms, uqij i:,m uth, cor.
Mnlntit. Tel 1I7 The best plnco in IC. C ,
Ma , to find help or rltunllons male or
feniale: II vears' exnerlenct Ref, Omaha
.Sat, bun It, Oninlm; Clllrens' bank, K C.
SIIIMTIGV MANTMI Vl.
WVNTLD Lleeiiji I engineer with 10
Veals' experience wanls eltuntliuii hns bent
of iifercmrs, also Iirge rhest of tools. ,d
drrss w Tin, lourtiol nillce.
,1MHI-VIIMII I.I.WI Ot.
WAN I'lll) A rontrictnr to binTinTiet
vntel rallroid through this mil field. Wc
hnvo most siiccfssrnl method of moving
f!J.n.'l '"K"' '.'!'' ,t inv.'ntel Pnr full par.
tlculnrs, ndlrrss p WELCH.
Vice President lVnnio's Rnllnnv,
WANILD 2,(") djspetille 1.1 ntlemen and
ladles lei gt cured bj the Hi llpse Celerv
'how-Chow. Progressive groeirs keep It.
iioni.v in iot,
".'1?'HiNB ll r improved properts. per
cent to c per cent loins, mono advanced
when seourllj nnd title approved, fnrm
loins Northwest Missouri and Northeast
Kansas, current rates; nnninl Interest pis
nble nt bortower's local bink; money
reinlv, corn spondencc niul Iniorcinus in.
:d with borrowers and lendi r
tA.MP.1 L LOMUMin.
Over Plrst National bsnk
t AND 0 PER CENT money on business,
residence nnd farm properly, unusually fa
vorable terms Apply to Homer Reed or
Theo Nnsh. lonci Broadway, op Coates home.
MONEV lO LOAN direct. 6, 7 nnd S per
ccnnt, .. " L JOlLVrfN 14 CO ,
lelophone lf,17. X V, Life building.
1IIE Klinsls ntv Melnl Ilnnllni- X. Cnr.
rugatlns Co. 10S Builders' Ex. lei 13t,3.
HEAL ESTATE 'I IIANsrilltS.
NORMAN A ROttERTSO.V.prnprlcloraof
nbstruitH nnd examiners of Intel tltbis, No
IC East blxtb slreeit, furnish dull) tho
trnnsfcrs of leal cstnlo filed In tho record
er's olllco nt Kansas Cltj, Mo
Notice All transfers np caring In our
dnllj ti ports contain coven mts of tener.il
warranty unless otherwise sluted
Phillips Investment Company to
Jl.uv A, Biker, lot .;, Howe .
.M On s addition ...... J (00
A L O bchiieler and wife to W
J Little; part of the northwest
qunrtei of the noithwest ituarlei
of section 12. township n, rauco
31 3 eX
"Mm j ICendill and hush mil to A
11 Kendall, lot J7, East Li nne ... 1
I ranees E Hoffman uid hush ind to
P. Hhlpmnn. lots 1 and J, suhillvls
lon llorfmnii jiark ., . .. CO
P. P Sebiec and wife' to M uy A.
Everett, lot 111, Altnmont . .. 2,000
Peter Kit liver and wife tn Dmothea
Pehn, lot 1, block i, I'rusti, ct
heights .. i,5ni
I'rnnk G Mitchell mil wife to Ida
JI Bnrrlck lot 30 Dixie . . S 000
1- 11 Nofslugei mil wife to W T
Mtserve, lots 2s nnd 21, block 7,
Goo Irlch addition ... . 2 rno
Janus c Illgj,s and wife to .Jumps
t. Boor, pirt of lot 11, block K,
Ranson ,S. TilUj's l
James (, Boor lo J. C. Rlggs md
wife, s line .... , 1
Jntncs I! Imnl'iin to John P. ltimm,
lot .o. Phoenix puk . , . 2,yi0
Bnrtliold Wnssi nn in lo Joseph
"-hilt.! Blew Ing Cnmpnnj , part nf
lots 1, J and 3 block 70. East Kan
sas ...... . . 6,150
W Embrj to J. C. Chilis lots
b and 7, block .' bhelvlJei puk ... 1
E S Swain et nl to Mao Held,
lot 3s Ronton s addition . 73
1' N. Phelps to E S Sjw Un, lot ."7,
sune . ...... 73
O c PrlisH to loseph t'ahn. north-
oast quarter of the oiitheiiFt ipnr
terof section -'-', township 41, 1 inge
."I , . .... . 20000
juneiin ii ini ion inn wire to vv
hits 25 und 29. block 7.
Goodileh nddlllon . .
J C Chlis to Mary H Embrj lots
l and 7, block .' Sholilloy pug ...
Louis Hnmincislough ft al to Otto
i' l'rless, the noitheast quarter of
the southeast quaittr ot section 22,
township 11 rine.e 1! . ,. . ...
1 Ill's I'EL'Sj DEED
Maurice H Midi,- an 1 wife to Pla
in i P Lge, part ot the northwest
quirtei of the -.ouihenst quarter of
scitlon S, township i, range .1"
LEG I, NO I ICES.
W HEIIEAS, Prink G Sutton and Annie
E button, his wife, bj their certuln de: 1
of trust, dated the 5th day of 51 irch, A D
1SSJ, uid 11U il foi iioid the 7th daj of
March, A D 1SJ, and lecordul In book
'B' No 301 at p igo IS, In the otlh , of tht
reiordei of deeds for Jikou coiui
tj. In Kansis Clij, Jllssoutl, con
veyed to tho un letstMitd trustee
nil of lot nine U) In blue It one (I), In J imes
Goodln place, an i billion lo K ms is Cltj.
Jackson county, Mlssuiul, to sicure the
payment of one principal piomlssorj note
and mt ire st coupons thereto uttached, as
In said deed ot trust describe I, and. where
aa, said prlnclp il note bnaiiie duo the
1th day of .Miuch, A D. 15 l, the time for
the payment of said prlnclp it nuio wis
extended two jears from -Match Dili, 1411,
making slid principal note fall duo under
such i xtenslon Match the 3th, A n lu
and, whereas, tho interest for the sid
two jears, the term of said extension, was
evidenced by four Interest notes executed
by the then owner of tho sill inl estate,
and, wheteas, one of sild Interest notes Is
now due und unpaid, therefore. In conse
quence of the default of the payment ot
said Ir'eiesl note, said principal note Is
now dcdired due nnd pajunlu, therefore,
ut thu request of thn legal holder and own
er of the s ild principal note, I, D. i Bow
cn, by virtue of the. power given rno by
snld deed of trust, will proceed to sell tho
above described rcil estate at public uuc
tlon to the highest bidder, for cash, be
tween tho hours of 9 o'clock In the fore
noon and 6 o'clock In the nfternoon ot
'Iliesdaj, tho J3d day of Aj rll, A. D U93,
at tho west front dooi of tho Pnlted .states
custom house, In Kansas Cltj, Jackson
county, Missouri, to satisfy the s ild in.
debtedncss und the cost of executing this
trust B. C. BO WEN, trustee.
I) ited March Will. A. D. 1W3.
TRUSiEE'8 SALE Whereas, Caiollne
L Kayser ami Gustnv A, Kajscr, her hus.
band, by their deed of trust, dated the
Wh diy of July, 1W0. and rceordtd
on tho 27th day of Jtilj, usi, In tho
oillm of the recorder of deeds In Jackson
count), Missouri, at Kansas Cltj, In book
II ',7, ut pai,B 2I, did convey to the under
slotted trustee tho following described real
estate, situated lu thu county of Jackson
and suite of Missouri, to-wlt: Lot num
beied thtee (3), In block numbered seventy
nine (79), In East Kansas, an addition to the
Cltj of Kansas, now Kansas City. In trust
to secure the payment of tho promissory
nolo In said deed described, with interest
as therein described, an i also the pnjment
ns therein described of certain duen and
lines as therein set forth; and, whereas,
default wus mado In the pajment of the
interest as therein described, as well as of
the dues und lines atoiesuld, for thu period
of mora than six months after tho said
dues, fines and Interest becamo due und
payable, by reison whereof, under the pro.
visions of said deed of trust, the said note
tins alo become due and payable and the
same, together with said dues, fines and
Intel est, remain due and unpaid; now,
therefore, at tho request ot the legal holder
of said note and In accordance with the
provisions of said deed of trust, I, us said
tiustee, will on Friday, the 20th daj of
Apill, 1503, between tho bouts of nine
o'clock a, in and live o'clock p m , at the
south front door of the county court house
In Kansas Clt), Jackson county. Missouri,
expose to sale and sell to the highest bid
der, for cish, the above described real es
tale at publlo vendue to satisfj tho debt
aforesaid and the costs of this trust.
JAMES SCAMMON, Trustee.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-The un".
derslmted or the county clerk will, on April
S, IbA up to 12 o'clock (noon) of that day,
lecehe sealed bids, subject to the approial
of the county court, for grading tho Lees
Summit and Lone Jack road, from Le's
Summit to Van lluren township line. A
cash deposit of (200 required with each bli.
Specifications and pronle can bo seen in
the office of county surveyor, In new court
house, cor, Stti and Oak sts , Kansas City,
Mo P J. O'FLAHERTY, '
Co. Surveyor and Roid Commissioner,
Pitted March 1Mb, U9d.
TRPPTPES MLr-llv renFOn of ee
rAiilt in the pninient of n certain principal
promlssoiy not, and the last two matur
ing Interest mites describe I In n deed of
tiust exe.utei t,e frank Welsh utimar;
lltsl, to the un Icrslgued trustee, dated
1 ehruitrv nth ivw, niej for record ivi
ruary Hth, ni n the oince of llio ro
corder of deeds for Jackson coiuitj. Mis
sourl, In book II 1W, tuiBe 111, the under
signed trustee will iiiiuiiiit lo the terms
of sail deed of trust, nnd nl the rciiucst
of tho legal holler of said note s, sell at
piildli vendue, tn thn highest bidder, for
cash, all of that pill of block numbered
iwentj.twn (,-i), M, lice's addition to the
CIIV of Kiiikhs tnow known s Kansas
Cltj), described ns follows Ileidtinlmr nt
thn iiorlluast comer of said blotk mini
bereil Iwentj.twn (..it, theiiee' sniilh nlong
the west line of M Gee street twentj-four
(21) feet llllle (Il Im lies, thence west to
nllev lit salil lilmk. thence north along the
east line of snld nle twentv-fniii (211 feet
nlno IS) llie lies tit the south line of 16th
strnti thence rst nlong the south llnr of
Kth street to place of beginning.
Mil nil, in,... I 1.. l..l..nH ......I. ltBlll
f.i,i. ,.-., ii, uiii nrnii iiii.iiij, 'iiumh,
iii west dortr of thn Pulled Stales ctls
loin house', nl thn southeast corner of
Ninth and Walnut streets, In Kmi'nn City,
tnelesnti cnuiiti, Missouri on Ilin ISth dny
of April, IW between the hours of nine
i lock In the fore noon and live o'clock In
tho afternoon foi tho purpose of satisfy
ing the said Indebtedness niul the cost nf
executing this trust rin equity of re
demption of snld real estate Is now owned
nnd lie Id bv Hugh C Ward ns letelver of
the partlii rshlp estate of 1 honins 11, .Mas
tin and Julia Mnsllti, appointed bv the
Pulled State's tin nil mint foi the West
ern division of tho Western district of
Missouri Ity an order nf snld eoiirt, duly
entire I of record on tho 221 daj of March,
pa, the snld trustee has In in and Is nu
thnrlzed tti foreclose thn said deed of
trust lu tho maimer provided by the tirms
WHIPPLE LOAN AND TRUST CO.
B A. A WHIPPLE. Its President
TRPSTEE'S HALE-Itv reason of default
In the piviuent of a certain principal
promissory note and the list two nuturlng
interest notis described In a deed of trust
exicuted hi Prank Welsh, unmarried, to
the undersigned tiustee. dated Pebrmry
llth, lseo. filed for lecord Pebru iry tlth,
1V), In the ollice of the recorder of deeds
for litckson county, .Missouri, In book II
317, page 1,7, the undersigned tiustie will,
pursuant to the terms of sold died of
trust, and at the- reiiiiest of the legal hold
er of snld notis, st 11 it public vendue, to
tho highest bidder, foi uish, all nf that
I art of block number twenty two (.J), Mc
Gee's addition tn the Cltj nf Katia9 (now
known ns Kansas Cltj), described ns fol
lows. Beginning at a point on the west
line of Mi Geo street, fortj-nlne )i feet
six (O inches south of the northeast cor
ner of said block number twentv-two U2),
thence south nlmig the west line of Me
Gee ktreet twenty -four (.M) feet nine (1)
Inches, thence west to alley In said block,
thence north nlong the east lino of snld
alley twenty -four (JI) feet nine (J) Inches
Bunco east parallel to south line of lfth
street to tdate of beginning, nil situated
In lackson ttiunty, Missouri at the west
door of the Pnlted Mates i ustom house,
at the southeast comei of Ninth and Wal
nut streets, in Knnsns city, Jnckim
tountv, Missouri, on the Isth d ly of April.
ISO, h.-tween the hours of nine o clock In
the forenoon and five o'clock In the after
noon for the purpose of sntlfvng tho
sail Indebtedness and the cost of execut
ing this trust The equity of redemption
of said real estate Is now owned and held
by Hugh C Ward as receiver of the part
nership estate of Thomas Mnstln nnd Julia
Mnstln, appointed by the United St lies
cl-cult court for the Wevfern division of
the Western district of .Missouri By an
order of said court ilulv entered of record
on the 2Jd daj of .M irch, IW, the sild
trustie his been nnd Is authorized to fore
close the snld died of trust In the manner
plot I led In the terms Ihtreof
WHIPPLE LOAN AND Tllt'ST CO.
By A A. Whipple, Its President.
TltPb TEE'S SALE Win rens, Charles A.
Bennlslej, unmarried, by his ileed of ti list,
dated luim 1st, P) acknowledged June
till lSs) and i.conled June 1th, IM, In
book II No 121 nt page 1'", of the records
ot deeds lu the ollice of recoidei of duds
In and for Inckson county, Htntc of Mis
sourl at Kims is Cltj, conveyed to the un
ilerslgned, Jeltmlili P Dtw, ns tl lisle t ,
thei following dtscrlbtd real estite situate
lu Jackson inuiity and stale ot MIssouil
lo wit An undivided one-h ilf () of lot
uumbeied twenty nine (JO) In block num
bered two (2) of Armlleld s addition nil
nddltlnii to thn C Ity of Kansas (now Kun
pas Cltv), as the sild lot Is iniiikid and
designated upon the plat uf sild addltluii,
now on tile and of lecotd In thu olllco of
leiurdir of deeds In mid for sild J ickou
county st it,- of Missouri, which said deed
ot trust was given to memo iiiymiut ot
the certain ptomlssoiy nolo thtielu ib
scillied, nnd when is, tho said note Is
iuiik 1 isl inn un i lui,, in, i im in nn. i
est iiceiued thereon, lemilns unpaid, and
defiuli has bun made in this piymint
tlni'ot now tin rcftire, public nolkc Is
henbv Mvcii that iindi i nnd by vlituo nf
tin, lowei nnd iiutliorltv In me vested Iv
the leims of said ih isl of tiust. and In pur.
Minnie nf thn I revisions theieof ami nt
thev ti que st of the legal, holde i and owner
of said noli, I Jenmtnli T llcw, the un
di i slimed tiustee will piocei-d to sell, and
will sell tin said iibovi- elect ll el real
est itc, at the west f i out eloor of the cus
toin house an 1 postolllte hiilldlug, situ no
at southe est e orni l of Ninth and Wal
nut streets in Knnsns Ity lu thn loiintj
of I ickson und state of MIssouil, to the
highest blddci fur cash, at public' vendue
on 'luesilnj the "nl day of Apill, is , be
tween thn liiuiis of nine' o'cloi k lu the fon
noon and five o cloi k lu tho afternoon of
sild da, to pnv eirf and satlsty the sill
Indthledness and costs niul expenses of
csecutlng this tiust
,,-,,1-m vie 1' ni'U' True ...
Dnliil Kiuisis City. Mn, Mnioh 2Mb IM'.
W lll.RLAS, I rink t, button uid Annie
L button his wife bv theli cettnln die 1
of trust duel thf 5ih day of Man h, A I)
KM and filed foi ineird the 7th d u of
March, A li IW nnd leniidi I 111 boulc
II" No 313 at page C3 In the ollice of tho
reeoidii of deeds tor faekson count), it
Kansas titj, Missouri, tuiivevid to the
undersigned trustee ill of lot ihlit ( nn I
wist 3 Kit of lot senn (7) lu bio k one
(I). In James Goodln plue. an addition u
Kansas Cltv, Jul-un county, MIssouil,
lu si i uiie iiiit t''J""-"- u "lie jiieiiiit'ai
promlssorj- noto md Imciest coupons thtre-
.-. ...I.. nl...l ,.. In all. I il.A.I nf ,!.. .1....
IU ,111,11,1.1,, 111 ,,, ..u 01.-1. ... Itllll uc
scribed aid, where is, said prlnclpil note
became dun Match the 5th, A D 1S3I, the
timet for the payment of id principal
note wis extended two enrs from March
5th. 1S1I miking said principal note fill
due under Mich cstenslon March the Mil,
A. D lsjf, and, when as, thn Interest for
I. a ..I.I ... .. . 1 v tit ,.!... n ..I I .
me -am ii,,. j.i, iiiv .L.,., v., siii ex
tension, vi is ivldenced by four Interest
notes executed by the then owner of sail
icil estnte, and, whereas, one of said lu
terest notes Is now due and unpaid, there
fore. In consequence of the defuilt lu tho
oajment of sild Interest note.sald principal
note il now declared due and payabb,
therefore, ut the request ot the legal hold
er nnd ownet of tho said prlnclpil note,
I, D C. Bow en, by virtue of tho power
lilveu tne by snld deed ot trust, will pro
ceed to sell tho above described red estate
at public miction to tho highest bidder, for
cash, between the hours of a o clock In
tho forenoon nnd 3 o i look afternoon of
Tuesdnj. the 231 d ij of April. A D ISi,
nt the west front doir of the United States
custom house, lu Kansas city, Jackson
county Missouri to satlsf) tho said In
debtedness and the cost of executing this
B"st . .. ,-! . nPVI:-s'e Trustee.
Piled March 30th. A. I). 1S31.
TRUSTEES SALE II) leason of defiult
In thu pi) unlit of a cetialn piomlssury
note, and In tho interest thereon, described
In the deed of trust dated the .'Hit day of
January. Vv, given bj I K MtiHej and
Maria C MulVj-j, his wife, filed for record
in the olllco of the tecordei ot deeds for
Juck.on county, at Kansas City, Missouri,
on the 20th day of Jiinuiij, m5, and ui
recorded In book II 213, it pi go 3ji) I will,
between the hours of ii o'clock In tho fore
noon and J o clock In the afternoon, on
Monday, the ih day of April, uw m' tho
south door of the court house in the City
of K insis. In the county of Jackson, slutti
of Missouri, at the request 'of the legal
boldet of sail note', sell at public motion,
to the highest ; bidder for cash, u of lots
ten (10) and llfteen (15), In block ona (1). nil
ot lots nlno () and sixteen (Ibi, p bik
two (.): all of lots three (3), thirteen (1J
unit twenu-two (22), In block three (3), all
of lots one (l) and eighteen (isj. m block
tour (1). und nil of lots threo (3) un t c lght.
ecu (15). "1 block live (6) In LlewtlDn
diinex. an addition to the Cltv of Kansas,
count) of Jackson and state of Missouri, as
shown by the re-corded n at thereof and up
ply the proceeds of said sale to tho paj
inent of lh Indebtci ne'bs secured by said
dee.! of trust, und ,V'e 'os'-i .ftf cxccutlng
thls tiust. MORION WOLLMAN,
Tins t ee
NOTICE TO, STOCKIIOLDERS-Notlce
to the aiockhoblers of llm Grand Avenue
Hallway Compiny Is hereby given thai u
meeting of such stockholders will ba held
ut the otllce of said company Vo. 100 Grand
uvenue, In Kansas City, Missouri, on Sat
urdav, the first day of June. A. D 159 1, at
a o clock a. m . foi the purpose of voting
upon the following proiiosltloiw:
1. To Increase) the capital stock of said
company from 11,200,000, Its present amount,
to ii 300,000. , ,
2. 'lo Increase tho bonded Indebtedness
of said company from l,2u,000, its present
amount, to 3 300 000.
J For the transaction of such other busi
ness as may bo brought before such meet-
Kansas Cltv-, Mo , March 29, 1893
WALTON IP HOLMES. President.
DANIEL B. HOLMES, Secretory.
LEGAL Mil ICES,
(first publication Mnrrh llth l"i )
Notice op thi'stkl s iali w h-r-
n- n June Tlh Is'. I It) He il Lstab I om
Inn) Kansas Cltj, Mis u ma.t. , t xe
tut I mil ilellt i reel Its dee I of tiust t r ths
niiriKise nr seeiumn- Hie ajmni oi uno
I "i I for the sum of one thoi nn 1 U urs
(II est, with Intel est .oupms ntli he I,
Im" 1 III snld died of Bus wh r In It
coin Jul to the imdersisi t L.IHvi I II Et;
Hen mislee, the following di s r li I rcvl
est in sittMted in the ounly of Ji kon
nn I state nf Missouri, lo-wii Lot i num
beted twelve (12), thirteen (Hi an 1 fourteen
till in block number tun u) of Coates
nddiilon to the cily of Kansas (now
Kmims Cltj) .Missouri, aiordtng to the
reiulel flat thereof, an 1 whereas,
said deed of trust was on the Mh day of
June', lfsi nt I loo lock i m duly renir I
id in book B MS at pige 2 '' of the records
nl sni I Jackson roiinl). .Missouri, , md,
whireas, It is provided In sail bond nn I
deed of trust that, if the sal t Oltj Heal
Estate Compinj shall fall to piv or oiiso
to be paid, any of the interest millions nt
tnihed to sail lond al the time His sune
bei tune due and pivible. then the wtuils
amount of snll bond shall nt oticn bccotiie;
due and pi) able' without nutlioi and
whereas, the snld Clt) Real Estate Colli
panv has filled to pav, or cause to be Pild
th Interest coupon iitlarhed.tn snld lond
which b'-einiii due niul payable on the llrst
day of December, I'll, wherefore tin' Whole
anioimt of sill loiiil s now due, .iy alii
nnd unpaid under the terms of slid tmnd
mid deed of trust, now, therefore, public
Iiiitlce Is hereby given that 1. the limit r
slHiicel, David II l.ttlen, the trustie tinned
III sild deed of trust, under and by virtue
of tho nuthtirM) vested In me by sail die I
of trust at the request of the bk-nl holdi r
nnl owner of sill bond, will proems! to sell
the nbnve described real estate nt pub
lic, vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at the south fiont door of the new count)
court boils,' In Kansis Clt), Missouri, be
ing the building In Kansas Clt), J ickson
tountv, Missouri, In which the tltciitt court
of s ild Jackson county Is now In Id. on
Siturdij, the t,th div of April, A I) IVK
between the hours of o'clock In the fore
noon nnd u o'i loi k In the afternoon of snld
div foi the purpeise of raising the inoiu)
to pnv the nmoiiut of said bond, with Inter
est and the costs of evecutllig this trust
DAV. Hi It P. TIEN, 'lrustee
Kerry . Sin ill Attorney
(Plrst publlcitlon March II IMS)
NOTICE OP Tltl'STEES 1A1.E Where
ns, on April 27th 1SV lames O'Neill md
Ell! O'Neill niidi, executed mil delivered
their deed of trust for the purpose of stctir
lug the piyment of two bonds, one for the
nun of ll'i.iss) and the other, which hns been
pill for the sum of ti On' In ald deed of
trust ib scribed, wherein thev conveyed to
the undersigned David II Ettlen, trustee
the following described nil estate sltuit
e d tn the county of lackson and state of
Missouri, to-wlt The wist on hundred
(U) feet of lot number twilve (12),of block
number seven (7), lu Rice's nddltlon to the
City of Kansas (now Kansis City), Mis
souri according to a recorded plat thereof,
together with ill the Improvements the r -titito
belonging and, whereas on the 27th
day ot April ISM) at 1 10 o'clock p tn mid
deed of trust was duh recorded In book B
No ,1o7 nt page SOS of the records of sail
Jaikou countv, Missouri and, win reus,
sail deed ot trust provides tint upon non
payment of the debt second bv slid tit!
of tiust by the makers theieor the prop
erty therein di scribed may be sold b the
trustee for the purpose of rilslng the
money to pay the debt thereby secured,
nnd, where is siJ Indebtedui ss Is now p 1st
du and nnpild, now, tin rcfore, public no
tice Is hereby given that I, the under
( nil llit 1,1 IT I'lllon idn tfici-li . ltiitioil
In silii deed of trust, tinder mil b) virtue
of the authority vested In me by s il I dee I
of tiust, it the request of the owner of snl I
Iwn 1 will proceed to sell the nbove de
scribed renl estate nt public vtndue to the
highest bidder for cash, nt the south front
door of the new county court house lu
Kinsas fit), Missouri, being the bull ling
In the City of Kansis (now Kansis City),
lnekon county Missouri III which the clr
cult court of sail J ickson county Is now
lull, on Silurdiy, the nil dnv of April,
1S51 between the hours of i o clock In tin
forenoon and 1 o'clock In the iifttinoon ot
sild dny, for the purpose of rilslng th'
money to piv the amount if s ild Indebte 1
ties with lnteri st and costs of xet utlrif
this trut DAVID It in TIEN
Perry nnd Small, Attorneys. Trustee.
TRUSTEE S SALK-By reason of default
In the piyment of a cert Un prlnclpil i roni
Issory note- un 1 th last two maturing In
terest notes de rlbtd In i dud of trut
executed by 1 rink Welsh unmiriled lo
Hi" iiinbrslKnel ttu"tee d ited Pebrmry
llth. ltj. tiled for record 1 ebrti iry llth lb')
in tin otitic of Die teiordtr of deeds for
Jmkson epiintv, Vllssouil In book II 317
pin 170, the unit rslgind trustie will, pur
suint to the terms of snld deed of trust
and at tin request oi tint legal hollir of
said notis sell nt public vendue to the
highest bl l ler for cash all thu part of
block number twenty two (22) Mr(,o s
n Idltlon to the t Uy ot Knnsns (now
known us Kan-as Clt)) descilbed as fol
lows Beginning nt it point on the west
line of Mi Gee street twenty -four (21) feet
nine (9) Indus south of tin northeast cor
ner of said block numbered twtnly two
(22) thence "Outh along the' west line of
Me Gee street twe nt) -four (.1) fe-t nine (J)
Inches thence wist to alliv In sild block
thence north nlong the i list line of sild
nlley twenty-four (.11 feet nine (JI Inches
the no eist piiallel to tho south line of
pah street p tin plate of beginning, all
situated In Jackson county Missouri nt
the west doir of the Pnlted St lies i ustom
bouse at the southi ist 'orner of Ninth
nnd Walnut stnets In Kansas city J ick
son county, Missouri on the lbtb d ly of
April 1b13, between thi bonis of nine
odock lu the forenoon and live o lo k In
the lrternoon, for the purpose of satisfy
ing tlio "Hid Imte btc In, ss nnd the cost
of exes tiling this trust The equity of n -ibmption
of "aid 1 a I e suit, Is now own. I
and held by Hugh C W ir I ns tenlver of
thn pirttnishlp estate of 1 liomis II M is
tln ind fiilit Mnstln nppolntt 1 bv tho
I nlte I Stni's e Ire tilt court foi the Wist,
crn division of the Western district of
Missouri By in older of snll c out t luly
e ntere'd of ttiorl on the 22 1 div of Mar h,
Mi the sill trustie has bun ind Is iu
thorle 1 to fotidose the slid eke el of trust
In the manner tioilded bv the terms there
of WHIPPLE LO N .1 'l RPST co
II j. A Whipple Its President
TRPS 1 EE S S LE W here is John Huck
ler and Pi Hues Bui kler his vvlfe, by thi ir
certain eleed of tiust ditnl the bull div
of December, one thoti-and cli,ht bundled
nnd elghl)-nlni filed fir r, ud In the of
llce of the recorder of deeds for JuKson
tountv. Missouri at Kinsas City, on the
18th ili) of December tvo and recordc I
III slid ollice In bnk II 3i it pice 107
did eonvi) to the Whipple Loan and Trust
Compaii), the uuderslgiH 1 trustee the fol
lowing eli scribed lenl e st ite situ tie 1 In sal 1
county of J ickson. stite of Missouri to
wit All of lot numbered two (2) In block
number one (1), In Mouth Wlnlleld plait
an nddltlon to the City of Kinsas (now
Kansas City). MIssouil to secure the piy
ment of a urtalii prointssor) note lu said
died described an 1 Interest thereon, and,
whereas, default has been mndo In the
PDincnt of sill note and of the Interest
thereon since the dale of said note, and
thu s uno now n milus oyi idue and nnpild,
Iiow,theiefore,i ublb notb e Is hereby given
that the undetslgned trustee at the request
of the legil owner und bolder of said prom
issory note and Interest and bv virtue of
tho power nnl authority vested in sill
trustee by sild deed of trust, will In u
cordanco with thn terms tint provisions of
slid deed of trust, proi ted to st II an I sell
tho reil tstitn in said deed of trust and
hereinbefore described, and nil) and every
put thercor, at public venduu to the hlgh
e st bidder, lor cash at the west door of the
Pliltid btltes custom house at tin south
east coiner of 9th mil Walnut streets, In
Knnsis Clt), J ickum county. Missouri,
being tho west front door of sild bull ling,
on the llth di) of April IS " between the
lintirs nf J o'clock III the forenoon und ft
o'tlock In the afternoon of thu day, for
tho purpose) of pa) Ing according In tho
tenor of sail died of trust the amount of
indebtedness remaining unpad secured
thereby and the costs of executing this
WHIPPLE LOAN AND TRUST COM
By A A. Whipple, Its President,
TRUSTEES SAJJ .-Where. is, Theodoiei
II. Emmons, a shirlei man, bv his certain
deed of trust d.iu I J inuiry t,th. 15S7. und
lecorded on the 15th el ij, of .Match, iva, lu
book II 2.t nt page 5.11. In Hie otllce of the
recorder of deeds of Jackson countj-, MU,
sourl, at Kansis City, tonvujed to mt II,
Wells, the uiidcislgntd lrustee. tho follow
ing described 1 in 1 In Jai ksou county .M8.
sourl, to-wlt' Allot lots tvv tut) -one (21) an 1
tweiit)-two (22). In block once (1), in rjonl
Place, an ad llliou to llie City of Kansis
(now Kansis fit) I, as the sunn li marked
und design ited on the le'cordeel lat of
said addition, now on lllo In the otllte of
the recordir of deeds for Jackson cutitily,
Missouri, in tuist, howcvei. to secure the
payment of a ceitiln promissory note In
sild deed of trust described: and. whereas
default has been mado lu the pay ment of
sild promissory note; now, theiefoiw, at
tho request of the legil owner and holder
of the said note. pubUa notice Ij hereby
given that I will. In. accordance wi(U the
terms and Piovls ons of slid deed of trust,
and by virtue of 111 powet In me vested
thereby, sell by public vendue it the south
front door of thu county coott house at the
northeast corner of Ok direct and Mis.
sourl avenue-. In I. ansa i ,ty, Jackson
count), Missouri, the real estate) hereinbe
fore and in said deed of trust described,
for cash, to the. Jill het bidder, between
the hours, of bins o'clock in the forepepon
and live o'clock in the afternoon, on Satur
duy , the Ctb day of April, 1A for the pur
pose of paying said noto und the coat of
executing lids trust.
II. i ELLS, Trustee.
Robert Adams. Attorney
Kansas Clt), Missouri, March 12tb, 15JS. ,
UNION DEPOT TIME GflRD
Isttel-sttol lilt' Will.
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Chnlr Cora Froo,
Helen offlres f.l Main
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! stru tuns l trains dally .unless
m itkc i pt sunda) , . Sun uy
only 't ' ent Sniurtlny , ")." except
M In) 'I, Siturlny on!) Pint col
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HANMliAL IL ST. JUL it. n Burlington
. Trams Leave Arrive.
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Atlautli einss ,, i, siXIhIii S 23 pin
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lown evpuss , d'i pin lOlOntn
Omaha extittss itSpin i3)pm
Iowa mill . . ,,, . IlOaiii " VI pm
pi nver e tpress . low am 7 V, pm
Leive tiwiirth pisscmrer . .1 30 pm 1 Ij pm
Cotitiei tlons between Leavenworth and
I uisas City.
UIICA(ii) HOCK ISLAND .: PACIFIC.
I runs East of .Missouri River,
Chlcigii mail ... us ) nm pm
Chbagci limited . 6 13 pm 10 W nm
Trims West of Missouri River
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Hen Col ip f, I'lteido lOfcOatn 6 23pm
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Mull ntnl express . 7 no urn 7 n5 pm
St Louis dny t xpress .lOimnm i. 25 pm
I. Hulled night express . . i 30 pm 7u0itm
Pi"t ninll lussetmcr n 30 pm la in nm
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Lexlhgton . Sednlliv pis t, n nm 7 53 pm
Coffee v llie & col , .. . 10 13 am 5 15 pm
Cotfe)lllo , W Ichll i . 'J 20 pm 7 20nni
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Diepnntei aciom . . . r, 23 pm 10 I, am
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Plorlda Past Mall
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Port Madison local x7 V am x5 ?0 pm.
West of Missouri ltlvir
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At column lallnn x7 0) I in xVlilam
Leave luesdivs Thursdays and Sntur
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Chi ago piss . i ) am r. pm
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KVN.SVSCIfV. t INDEPEVDENCE AIR.
Depots Seiond nn I Wyandotte and See
on I nn 1 W limit
KVNSVSCIIV A IN'DPPPVDEN'PB nAT
II) THWSir RMI WW COMPVNV
Input- Plfie nth strict tatlon Twelfth
street station. Ninth street st itlon
U,i I IIUIIO
- Or 1322,
The Depot Carriage and Baggage
st v i si n ami uno viiu vv.
FOR A CARRIAGE OR BAGGAGE WAGON
fremiti! und III II tblo
NO I I II ( II VIII. I s (l; Ml, HI WORK
LECAt, NO 1 ICES.
TlU.sriLs SALE- Whereas Tacob
Ilriiiu mil e irolln e liiuuu, his uid by
the Ir c oi tuiii bed of trust duel ih. fifth
day of Niviinber, IM0 ml morde i in tho
cllli i of tho re, or 1. 1 of dud" in J.u ksou
inuiity, MIssouil it K ins is t Ity on iho
nne diy in houl. It Hi at p.ii,e 321 con
veyed to the un b tslKiied irusue the foi-
1.... 1.... .!..... 11.. .1 . . .. I . .
TRHhTEE'S SALE-lly reason of default
in tho pa mom when dint of principal and
Interest of a. promissory note made and
inicuted b) Jam-. It Anderson, and de
Hcrlbed In und Secured b) a deed of trust
dated August nth, 1SSJ, reeorded AlUrust
17th, IW, In Iwok "II" No. 3m, at pjkd
til, in tho otllce of the recorder of deed
for Jackson county, .Missouri, ut Kansa
Clt). 1 will, pursuunt lo sild des'd of trust,
at Iho rciiuest of the letml holder and
owner of ntd note, between the) hours of
nine o'clock In tho forenoon und llva
o clock In the afternoon ot Monday, thu
2sth duy of April, ISA ut the court hous
door lu tho city uf Kinsnt City, Jackson,
i ounly, Missouri, said court house door be.
Ink- the south front door of the state clr.
cult court house, situated oil the north tldn
of Missouri avenue, between Oak and Lo.
cust street.. In said Kansas City, Missouri,
bell the following described real estale.slt
uato In the county of Jackson and slate of
Missouri. be-In k the real estate described
In said deed of trust: A certuln tract or
tracts ot land located partly In section Si),
township (, N.. ranue it W., and parti) In
section JI. township 60 IN. rani; JJ y
Juckson county. Missouri, bounded as foi.
low,: On the) north by the right of way
of the Kansas City and Independence)
Rapid Transit Company; on the tut by
tho lilg Hlue river, and on the south and
west by the center Una of Goes Neck
creek, as shown by pUt annexed to said
deed of trust, at publlo vendue to the
hlKhest bidder, for cosh, to satlsf) said
note and the Interest du thereon, and th
cust of eioutliitf this trust ,
OUYEU H. DEAN, Trust
ii'iiiiik vie'-ie i .ut ii i.iii inniii niiiiiietl in
the county of Jackson and statu of Mis
souri, to wit All nf lots numbered fifteen
(Ui, sixteen (t,i, eVlnteell (17), nnd thei
notth fort)' Ob feel of lot fourteen (11), In
blot k uiimberi 1 live (5, lu Kensliikton nn
n union lo the Cil) of Kanns, now Kan
tas Lity, nccordlni; to tin ree orde 1 plat
tin reef, also Jot numbered tweno-lhtee,
(.1), In bloc). Once (3), lu Mount Auburn,
is Mhl lot Is mtukid and ilesli.ii tied on
thn reiordul pUt of snld .Mount Auburn;
also lots tilevtn (11) and twelve (12), In
bloi k elf-lit (si, In said .Mount Auburn, In
trust, to he ciiiii (hie piyment ot the two
prcunlssiory notes In said deed dese rlbed
and, when is default was made In the pa)
ment of on" of -.aid notes, und thu same
toiiether vvlih Interest theieon, rem ilna
duo mid unpaid and whereas d, fault wan
also made In Hie Piyuient of thu Interest
on the other of said nates un I In thn pn.
ment of ties and assessments levied mid
charged iiRiilnst sild lots, now. therefore
ut the renin st of the legal holder of salj
note sand by virtue and lu pur.uancei ot tint
ItoMsluns of Slid deed of trust, I as such
trustee, will on Wednesday, the tenth day
of April, 1M3, Ittween the hours of 8
o'clock a in and o o'clo-k n m , at tint
west front doof of tho Piiltel States fost
oilke biilllliiB. In Kansts Clt, Jackson
count) XllsMiurl, expose to sale und sell to
the hlKbest bidder, for ensli the above de
nrbi(t reil estate, at publlo vendu. to
satlsf) the debt aforesall mil th costs of
this trust. J A ME SCAMMON. Trustee.
Jj8r .m i -t V ier .
ZT.-d&cs? ' :jsmw