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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, AT'IUL 8, lsOo
THE TWELYE GATES.
Dlt. TAt.MAO.i talks or the ronTAi.s
The rrcstij-terUn, the Itaptlet and All (lip
Other Siring Wide Open In the
Trne I'nllimrr 'f Hi"
lord Je.ii ( hrlt.
New York, April 7 Pollening Is Dr. T.
EeWltt Tnlmngo's sermon:
Th" Onshnioro Onto of Delhi, whpre con
verged a heroism thnt makes one's nerves
tingle, Iho l.ttcknoiv gate Mill dented nnit
scarred with Sepoy bombardment, the
Mnitellho gnte, with Its emblazonry In
liron7e, tho hundred gntes of Tliehen, the
wonder ot cetittitlcs, nit go out of sight
beforo tho elates ot my text.
Our subject nks or a Brent metrop
olis, tno existence of which many hitvti
doubted. Slnfullng on thi wharf nnd look
In oil upon the harbor nnd feeing the
merchantmen coming up tho bay, tho lings
or foreign nntlons streaming from the top
gallants, j ou Immediately innko up jour
mind thnt thoso vessels como from for
eign ports, nnd jou say! "Thnt is from
Hamburg, nnd Mint Is from Mnrsellles, nnd
lint In trnm lliiviinn," nnd your supposi
tion Is nocur.ite. Hut tiom the city of which
1 mn now speaking, no we'iitncr-beatcn
mcrchnuimen or frigates wiMi scarred
bulkhead have ever mme. Then hot been
u. Mist Immigration Into that illy, but no
emigration rroln It so far as our tinturnl
vision ran decry. "Thero Is no such city,"
says tho undevout ntronomer, "I hno
stood In high towers with n mighty tele
scope, nnd hne swept tho heavens, nnd I
hno seen spots on tho sun nnd caverns In
tho moon; hut no tow era have ever Usui
on my vision, no pnlaces, no temples, no
shining streets, no mnlvo wall. There Is
no such city." liven very good people tell
me that heaven Is not a material organism,
but a gland spiritual fact, nnd th it tho
Bible dcscilptlejiis of It are In all eases
To bn taken figuratively. I bring In reply
to this what Chllsl said, ami lie ought to
Know. "1 go to pri pare" not a theory,
not a principle, not n sentiment, but, "I go
to prepare- n placo for sou.'" The reslir
lected body Implies this. If m foot Is
to bo lu-fnrmed from the dust. It must
have something to tread on. If my hnud Is
to be reconstructed, It must h.ivo some,
thing to hnudle. If my co, having gone
out In denth. Is to be rekindled, I must
bnvo .something to gazo on. Your mlvvrso
theory seems to Imply that the icsurrccted
body Is to be hung on nothing, or to walk
In air, or to tloat nmld the Intangibles. You
may s.iy It there ho material organisms,
then a soul In heaven will be cramped nnd
hindered In Its eiijojinonts, but I answer.
Did not Adam and live have plenty of
room In the Garden of liden? Although
only a few miles would have descrb d the
clrcumfetenee. ot thnt place, they had am
ple room. Anil do vou not suppose that
God, ill the Immensities, can build a place
large enough to give the wholo raco loom,
even though there be Inltcrlal organisms?
Horschel looked Into the heavens. As a
Swiss guide puts Ills Alpln stock between
the glaciers and cioes over from crag to
crng, so Ilcischel planted his telescope
between the worlds and glided fiom star
to star, until he could nnnounec to us that
we llvn In a part ot the iinlvorso but
sparsely strewn with worlds; and he peers
out Into Immensity until bo tlnds a legion
no larger than our t-nlnr system, In which
there are fiO.Ono worlds moving. And Pio
fessor ..nng snx.s that, bv a philosophic
reasoning, theie must be somewhere n
xvoild where tbero Is no dithncss, put
everlasting sunshine, so that 1 do not know
but Mini Is simply because we have no
telescope powerful enough that we cannot
t-co Into the land whole there Is no darkness
nt all. and catch a gllmpci of tho burnished
pinnacles. As n ooiiiiueilng nrmv inarch
ing on to tako a cil conies at nlghtfnll to
tho cic-d of n mountain fiom which, In
tho midst of the landscape, they cm see
tho castles thev are to c.iptuie, anil rein
In their war chargers, nnd halt to tnlto a
good look before they pilch their tents for
the night; o now, coining as wo do on this
mountain top of piosprct. 1 command this
regiment of God to rein In their thoughts
nnd halt, nnd petal a they pitch their tents
for tho night, take ono good, long look at
tho gates of the great city. "Ou tho east
three gates, on tho north three gates, on
tho south three gates and on tho west
hr( ' gates."
In the llrst place I want you to examine
le nrchltectuie of thoe gates. I'roprl
e ors of laige estates arc eiy apt to liavo
nn ornamented gatewnv. Sometimes thev
spring nn arch ot masonry, the posts of
the gate Hanked with lions In stntuary;
the brotrc gate a representation ot Inter
twining foliage, bird haunted, until tho
hand ot architectural genius drops, ex
hausted all Its life fiouen Into the stone.
Gpt's of wood nnd Iron and stone gunided
n arlr nil the old cities Moslems have
inscribed upon their gatewavs Inscriptions
from the Koran ot the Mohammedan.
There have been n great in my line gnte
xiajs. but Christ sets Ills hand to the work
and for the upper city swung a gate Mich
as no ej o ever gazed on. untouched of in
spiration. With the nail ot His own ciosa
Ho cut Into lta wonderful traceries stories
of past suffering and of gladness to come.
There Is no wood, or stone, or bronze. In
that gate, but from top to base, nnd from
fide to side. It Is all of pearl Not one
piece picked up from Ce.vlon banks ami
another piece from the Peislnn gulf, nnd
nnother from the Island of Margarette; but
one solid pearl, picked up from the bench
of everlasting light by heavenly hands,
nnd hoisted nnd swung nmld the shouting
of angels. The glories ot nlabastcr va-e
and p rphvry pillar fade out befoie this
gatway. It puts out the spark of feldspar
ami dlnmond. You know how one little
precious stone upon our finger will Hash
under the gaslight I!ut O' the brightness
lih.n tho great gate of heaven swings,
stiuck through and dripping with the light
of eteiu.il nooudav
.lullus Caesar paid 123,100 crowns for one
peoil The government of l'ortugil boast
ed ot having a pearl laiger than a pear.
Oleopati.e nnd I'lillip II. dazleel tho
world's vision with pi colons stones, Hut
gather all theso together and lift them,
and add to them all the wealth of tho
pearl fisheries nnd set them In the panel of
one door, nnd It does not etftinl thlb mag
nificent gatewnv An Almighty hnnd hewed
this, swung this, polished this. Agnlnst
this gatowav. on tho one side, dash nil tho
splendors of earthly beauty. Against Mils
gate on the other side beat the surges of
eternal glorj d! the gate! the gatel It
nrlkes an infinite charm through every
one that pasaes It One step Mils sldo of
the gate and wo are paupeis. One step
the other side of the gate nnd wo ate
Kings. The pilgrim ot earth going through
sees in tho ohm huge peurl nil his earthly
teats In er) stub O! gate ot light' gate of
pearl! gate of heaven! l'or our weary souls
at last swing open.
When shall theso ejos thy heaven-built
And pearly gates behold:
Thy bulwniks with salvation strong,
And streets of shining gold?
O! heaven Is not a dull place. Heaven Is
not u contracted place. Heaven Is not a
ntupld rdaco, "I saw tho twtlve gates nnd
they were twelve pearls."
In tho second place I want jou to count
the number of those gates, Imperial parks
nnd lordly manors ar npt to havo ono
expensive gateway, nnd the ntheis are or
dinal y; hut look around nt these entrances
to heaven and count them. One, two,
three, four, live, six, Seven, eight, nln,
ten. eleven, twelve, Hear It, nil tho carlh
and nil the heavens. Twelve gates!
I mitnlt this Is rather hard on sharp sec.
tnri.inh.msl If a l'lesbylerlaii Is bigoted,
bo brings his Westminster assembly
Catechism, and ho makes a gatewuy
nut of that, and he says to the world:
"You go through there or stay out." if u
member of the Itefoimed ihurcli Is bigoted,
he in ikes a gate out of the Heidelberg
Catechism, and he says: "You go through
there or stay out." If a Methodist Is big
oted, ho plants two posts, and he snjs:
"Now. you crowd In between those two
posts or stay out," Or perhaps an lipls
copnllan may say: "Here Is a lllursy
nut of which I mean to make a gate; go
through It or stay out," Of a llaptlat may
say: ' Here Is a wattr-gate; J on go through
that or you must stay out." And to
lu till our churches and In nil uur dcnomln.
ntlons there are men who make one gate
for themselves, and then demand that tho
whole woi Id go through It, I ubhor Mils
contractedness 111 lelUlous views. Oil!
small-souled man. when did find give you
the contract for making gates? I tell vou
plainly 1 will not go lu that gate. I will go
In at any ono of the twelvo gates I choose.
Hero Is a m,in who says. "I can mom ens.
ily and more closely approach Uod through
a prayer book." I siy. .".My brothei. then
use the prnver book." Hero Is a man who
says, "I believe there Is only ono Hindu of
biptlsm, and that Is Immersion," Then I
Bay, "Let mo plunge )0ii." Anyhow, I
say, away with the gate ot rough panel ami
rotten posts and rusted I itch, when theie
ore twelve galte, und they lue twelvo
The fact Is, that a great many of the
churches In this day are being doctrlned to
death. They have been tolng to tlud out
all about Mod's decrees, ami they want to
know who ale elected to be saved und who
ere reprobated to be damned, ami they uru
keeping on dlscufslng that subject when
there are millions of souls w ho need to hav e
the truth put straight at them. They sit
counting the number of teeth in the jaw
bone with which Samson slew the Philis
tines. They sit on the betch and see a ves
sel going io pieces In the oiling, and In
stead of getting in a boat and pulling away
for the wreck, they sit discussing the dlf.
terent stjles of oarlocks, nod Intended us
ta know some things and intended us. nut
to know others, t have lief-d fcores, nf
sermons rxplnnitory of Hod's decrees, but
camp away more iprplexpd than when I
went The only result of such dlriilop
Is a great fog. Ilprp nrp two truths which
nrp to lonnuer tho world: .Man a sinner
Christ, a Savior Any man who ndotds
those two theorlps in bl religious belief
shnll have tnv rlrthl hnnd In warm grip of
A man oiues down I" n. rlvir In lime of
freshet He wants to get across He his
to swim What does he do? The Ilrt
thing l to jm i oft h- hr-ivy nppirel, nnd
Itop everything he has lu ms hands. He
mini go pmpts-hnniled.lf hp Is going to the
other hank And I tell Jon when wp have
come down in thp river of death, nnd line!
It swift nnd raging, wp will linve to put off
all our sectarianism and lay down all our
umbroiis erred, and cmplv -handed put out
for the other shore "What," rt von,
"would jou resolve nil the Christian church
Into one kind of church? Would oil mako
nil Chrlstr-ndom worship In tin samp vviiy,
h) athp sttne rorms"" oh. no You might
as well decide that all people shnll eit the
sump kind of food without ref rence to
appetite, or wenr thP snmn kind of apparel
without referen' e to the shape of ttvlr
bod). uur nmrstrv. jour temperament,
jour surroundings, will decide whether vou
go to this or Mint church, and adopt Mils
or that church pnlt. one hurch will
best get one man to heaven, and another
church another intin I do not care unit It
one of the gates jhh go through. If ou
only go thrniigh one of the twelve gates
thnt .lesin lifted.
Well now 1 see nil the rpdeetned of p.irlh
coming up townrd heaven. Do vou think
they will all get In" Yes. (lite the llrst.
the Moravians cnine up, they believed In
the Lord .lestis: they pass through, (bite
th second. The Quakers' come up: they
have received the Inward light, they have
trusted lu the J.ord; they pass through.
Gate the third the Lutheran come up;
thej' had the same grace th'it made Luther
what ho wa, and they tnss through. Onto
the fourth: the Hnpllsts pis through.
Gate the firth, the free-will Ilaptlsts piss
through Gnte the sixth' the Iterormed
church passes through. Gate the -vetit!i:
the L"ongregatlonnllts pass through Gate
the eighth, the German Iterormed church
pass through. Gate the ninth the .Meth
odists piss through. Gate the tenth: tho
Sabbatarians pas through. Gate the elev
enth the Chun It of the Disciples pass
through. Gate the twelfth Ihe 1'resbyte
rlans pas through Hut there nro a great
part of otherdvmimlmitlons who must come
In. nnd gnat multitudes who connected
themselves with nn vlsihlo chinch, but felt
the povur of godliness In their heart and
showed It In their life. Where Is their gati'
Will jou shut all the lemalnlng host out ot
the cltj'' No. They luaj come In at our
gates. Hosts of God, If j-ou canned get ad
mission through nnv other entrance, come
in at tho twelfth gate. -Sow they mingle
befoie the throne.
Looking up nt the ono hundred nnd forty
nnd four thousand jou cannot tell
which gate thev came In. One Lord. One
faith. Ono biptlsm. One glissy sen. One
dovologv. One triumph. One heaven!
"WJiJ. Luther, how did jou get In?" "I
came through the third gate" "Cinnmer,
how dlil you get In?" "I enme through
the eighth gate." "Adonlram .ludson, how
did jou get through''" "I c.unc through
the seventh gnte" "Hugh McICall. the
martyr, how did jou get through?" "I
canio through the twelfth gate." Olorj"
to Godl twelve gates, hut one heaven.
In the third pi ice, notice the points of
the compass toward which these gates look.
Thej' nro not on one side, or on two sides,
or on three sides. Put on four sides. This
Is no fancy of mine but a distinct nnnoiince
nunt. On the notth, three gates, on the
south, three gates, on th" east, three gates,
on the west, thiio gites. What does that
mean" Win- It means that all nationalities
are Included, and It docs not make any dif
ference from whit ipiatter of the enrth a
nun comes up, if his In ait Is light, there Is
a gite open before him. On the north,
three gales Thnt means meicj' for Lap
land, and Siberia, and Norway and Swed
en. On the south, tin co gates That
means pardon for lllndostan, nnd Algiers,
and Ktlilopia. On the east, three gites.
That means salvation foi China, nnd Jap
an and Uorneo. On the west, three gates.
That means redemption for America It
does not make anv difference- how dark
skinned or how pile-raced men may be,
they will find a gate light before them.
Those plucked ban. inns under a tropical
sun. These shot acros-s ltusslan snows
behind reindeer I'lom Mexican plate in,
from Itonnn CTtiipanli, from Chinese tea
Hold, from Hollind dvKe. from Scotch
highlands, thej come, thej- come. Heaven
Is not a monopolv for a tnv precious souls.
It is not i Windsor castle, built onlj" for
lojai families, n is not a muiII town with
small population, but John saw It, anil he
noticed that an angel was measuring It,
nnd he mcasuicd It this wn, and then
he measuied It that wa.v, anil whichever
way he measured It It was l.iTV) miles; so
that Ilalnlon and Two and Nineveh, ami
St. Petersburg, and Canton, and Pekln, and
London, and Paris, nnd New York, and
all the dead cities of the past nnd all tho
living cities of the present, added together
would not equal the census ot that great
Walking along a street, J-nu can. by the
contour of the diess, or of the face, guess
where a man comes fiom. Von s-ii. "Tli.it
Is a J'lenchmnn, that is a Norwegian; tint
Is an Ameilcan." lint the gates that gath
er In the ilghteous will bilng them In lire
speitlve ot nationality, l-'orclgueis some
times, get homesick Some of the tendtrest
and most pathetic stoiies havo been
told of those who lett their native clime and
longed for it until thev- died. Hut the
Swiss, coming to the high residence of
he iven, - Ml not lon- nnj- more for the
Alps, standing nmld tho eternal hills. The
ltusslan will not long nnj- more for the
luxuriant h.uvest Held he left, now that ho
hears the hum nnd the rustle ot ths har
vests nt everlasting light. The royal ones
from earth will not long to go bilk ngaln
to the entthly court, now that they stand
In tho p ilaces of the sun. Those who onto
11 veil among the groves ot spice nnd or
anges will not long to return, no that
they stand under the trees of life that bear
twelve manner of trult.
Willie I speak, an ever-Increasing throng
Is pouring through the gates. They are go
ing up from Seucgambi.i, from Patigouli,
from Madras, from Hong Kong "Wh it7"
jou s.iv, "Do vou Introduce all the heathen
Into glory-'" I tell jou the fnet Is th it a
majority of tho people In those climes
die In Infancy, and the Infants nil go
straight into eternal life, nnd to tho vast
nnlorltv of thoo who die In China and
India, Mio vnst majority of those who die
In Africa, go str light Into the skies thej
dle In lntancj-. One hundred nnd sixty gi n
eratlons have been bom since tho woild
was created, and so I estimate that there
must be 15,iiOO Of 000 children In glorj. If
at a concert 2.'W children sing, jour toul
Is raptured within jou. O! tho liansport
when 15,ono,fMO,ooii little ones stnnd up in
white before the throne of Ood, tliclr
chanting drowning out all tho stupendous
harmonics of Dnsscldorf, and Ldpslc.
Pour In through the twelve gates, O! o
1 1 deemed' banner lifted, rank after rank,
saved battillon after battalion, until all
the city of God shall hear tho tramp, tramp.
Crowd all the twelve gates. Hoam jet.
Hoom on the thrones Itoom In tho in in.
slons. Itoom on the ilvet bank Let the
trumpet of Invitation be sounded until rll
earth'R mountains bear iho shrill blast nnd
the glens echo It. Let missionaries tell it
in pagoda and colporteurs sound it across
the Western prairies. .Shout It to the Lap.
lander on his swift sled: halloo It to the
lledouln careering .across tho desert. News'
News! A glorious heaven and twelvo gates
to get Into itl Hear ill O you thin blooded
nations of eternal vv Intel on the north,
three gites. Hear It! O you bronzed Inhab
it tntsj panting under cquntorim heats on
the south, three gates,
Hut I notice when John saw- tliep gates
they weie open wide open They will
not alwaj's be so After awhile heaven will
have gathered up all its Intended nopula
tlon and tho children ot Cod will havo
eoino home. livery ciowu tuken. l'.verv
hurp struck, livery throne mounted All
the glories of tho universe harvested In tho
great garner And heaven being made up,
of course the gates will bo shut Austria
In. and the tirbt gate shut. Itussia In. and
tho second gate Flint. Italy In. and tho
third gate shut Hgjiit In nnd the fourth
gate shut, Spiln In, and the (Ifth i-ato shut
I'raiien in, and the sixth gato shut iin
gland in. and the seventh, gato shut Nor.
way In, and the eighth galo shut Hwlter
land In, and tho ninth gate shut, lllndo.
stnn in, nnd tho tenth gato shut. Siberia
In. and tho eleventh gate shut All the
gates aro closed but one Now, let Amer
ica go in. with all the islinds of tho sea.
nnd all the other nillons that have (ailed
on Ood. The captives fill freed. Tho
harvests all gathered Tho nations all
saved. Tho (lashing splendor of this last
pearl begins to move on its hinges. Let
two mighty angels put their shoulders to
the gate and heave It to with s Iveiv; clang.
It Is done! It thunders. Tho twelfth gato
3lOnce inoro I want to show you tho gato
l.eeiiers. Thero is one nngel nt each ono
of those gates. You say that Is right. C)f
ionise It Is. You Know that no cart ily pal.
nco or ensile or foiticss would bo safe
without a sentry pacing up and down by
night und by day: and if theio wtio no do.
ftnses befoio heaven, und tho Uoois set
wldo open, with no one to guard them,
all the vicious of eurlh would go up nftur
awlillo. nnd all tho abandoned of belt would
go un after uwhllo. and heaven, Instead of
being a world ot light, and Joy and peace,
und blessedness, would be u world of daik
ness und honor. So I am glad to tell J'ou
that wlillo theso twelve gales stand open
to let a great multltiido lu, theio are twUvo
ungels to keep some people out. Holies
nle'lre cannot go through there, nor Hlldei
brand nor Nero, nor uny of tho debauched
of earth who havo not repented of their
wickedness. Jf ono of those nefarious men
who despised Clod should como to the guto
ono of the keepers would put Ids hand on
Lis shniililer and nusb blin into outer ilark-
uess. Thero Is no place In thut land for
thieves, and liars, and whoremongers, and
dcTrtiudeis, uM Ml UuutU jvho. disgraced J
Ihclr rncp and fought ngftlnst ihelr Ood
If a miser should get In there he would
pull lip the golden imviinent. If n houe
burner should get In there, he would set
fire lo the mansion It a llberilue should
get In there, he would whisper ills tiliuin
Inntlons standing on the white rural of the
sea bench Only those who mo blood
wnslipd nnd pnijcr-Hpped will get through
II, in brother, It you should nt Inst come
up lo one of the gates and try to get
through, atid vou had not a pass written
bv the i rushed hand of the Son of find,
tho gatekeeper would, with ono glance,
wither jnit forever
Theto will he n password nt the gate of
heaven Do jou know xx lint Mint pnsswnid
is' Here comes n crowd of souls up to thr
gnte-, nnd Miry sny "l.pt me In, let me In,
I wns very useful tin earth. I endowed col
lege", t built chtitThes, niul wns ruinous
ror tnv (inriiles nnd having done so mnny
wonderful things for the world, now I um
crime up to get my reward " A voice rrom
within sis " never knew jim " An
other Bruit crowd i omes tip, nnd they tiy
to get through. They snj . "Wei weie high
ly honorable on enrth, and the world
bowed Veiv lowly bsforo Us. We wprp hon
ored on cnrlh, and now we come to get our
honors In heaven," nnd n vole from within
snvs "I never knew you." Another crowd
iiduinccs, and snjn "We were very ineitnl
people on earth, very moral. Indeed, nhd
we roine tip to get npproprhte recogni
tion." A voice nnswris: "I never knew
After awhile I see another throng Ap
proach the gite. nnd one seems to pp
spokesmm for all the rest, although their
voices ever nnd nnon cry, "Anient iiinenl"
Tills one stands at the gxte nnd snvsj
"Let mo In I was a wanderer from God
t deserved to die. I hnvo come up to this
d ice, not because I deserve It, but be
cnue I have heard that then Is a saving
I mwer In the blood ot Jesus." The gate,
iceper snjs' "Thtt Is the password,
'Jesus! Jesus!'" and they go In nnd sur
round the thronp nnd the cr.v Is:
"Wortln Is the lamb that was slain to re-e-elve
blessing, nnd riches, nnd honor, nnd
glorj-, nnd power, world without end'"
I stand here, this hour, to Invite you
Into any one of the twelve gates. I tell you
now tint unless jour heart Is changed by
the grace of God, you cannot get In. 1 do
not care where you come from, or who
jour father wits, or who jour mother was.
or what jour sun oundlngs unless jou re
pent of jour sin and take Christ for your
divine Savior, jou cannot get In. Aro jou
willing then, this moment, Just wherp you
are, to kneel down and cr.v to tho Lord
Almighty tar Ills dellverancc7
You want to get In, do jou not" O, you
have some good friends there. This Inst
jear there was some one vv lift went out
from jour home into th.it blessed place.
Thej dlil not have nny trouble getting
thtoilgh the gates, did thej 7 No. they
knew the password, nnd, coming up, thev
nld "Jesus!" and the crj was' "Lift up
j-otir heads, ye everlasting gates, and let
them come In" O, whpn heivep Is all
done, nnd the troops of God shout, the cas
tle taken, how grand It will bo ir jou and I
nrp among them Itiessed are nil thev
who enter In through tho gates Into the
Use of Wrong Words nnd Mlnplnccd
Jlctcrophemj-, tho curious dlsc.iso
which consists in using one word when
mcanltiK lo use nn entirely different one,
gives llse? to ninny nmusint: combina
tions. An old Incly living In a town on
the Hudson lives Is thus nllllclcd. She
Is tall nnd stately in nppenrnnce, courtly
and giaclotis in inaunei, nnd Mils in. ikes
hor iiitongriinus sentences all tho nioio
llillculous. Kti.uige to say, she hmsulf
Is totallv unconscious of her Inlltinlty,
for tho famllj', ftlunds nnd even Mio sei
v. nits endeavor to save her ftom tho
mollification she would feel.
Not long ago, when she was recover
ing ft oni a serious Illness, tho bishop of
the dloceso chanced lo be making his
annual vIMtntton, and nt the suggestion
of the- lector they went togethci to tall
upon Mis. Drew.
She wns delighted to see them, nnd cn
teituined them Willi her uruuI gracu and
cordiality. The coiivcisatlou natuially
touched upon her Illness, nnd her thank
fulness at her te-covery, w liich for a time
had been despaired of.
Presently- she tinned to the bishop,
saying earnestly: ".My dear bishop, let
us have a little diop."
The startled pi elate glanced nt the
rector, lie, knowing his old filcnd's in
Ill mlty, cast about in his mind lor her
pi nimble meaning.
"Jllshop," repeated tho old lady serl-ottslj-,
"let's havo a little drop."
"Ccttulnly, -Mis. Drew," Intel posed tho
A.,n -Itlni, ,Vi Itn,- trt ,1mW. SAftlt,
ICt.UI) ,.U,M,7 V .... --' .......
move which might iIIdlIosc hor meaning.
Hue .ills, .uiew wmieii u.i'i....,j ...-'.
"If jou have not jour vailo .viecum
with you theie in a prajer book," sho
said, after a moment.
The toctor, with a slgli of relief,
turned to the bishop. "Mis. Drew will bo
glad to have jou read prnjers with
her," lie said emletlj-.
Piayers weie lead, and tlion tho gen
tlemen prepared to take lenvc.
"Your visit has In-en n pleasute," Mrs.
Drew said w.umly ' N'ovv, Mr. Belknap,
won't you take this little boj- home
to your dear wife, with my best love""
l'or a moment Mt lielkir.p wondeied
If she could mean the hi, hop, but shu te
lleved hit mind by lifting u. magnlllcetit
bunch of loses from ax'.ise on the table.
Allied to this Is another form of mis
speech, to xvhich most ot us aro occa
sionally subject tho exchange of sylla
bles. A certuln young lady, who. to hor
intenso mottllleatloti, often reverses bet-
vow CIS mils, bajn file i- i-iiiiK-u '.-
conscious of it, even nfter speaking.
One summer evening she wns saunter
ing with n filcneJ toward whete they
were stajlng. On tho way they en
countered an acquaintance, with a
handful of letteis
"All, good evening," she said, in her
pecullatly ginclous. suave manner. Ate
you strnlllng out for jour mole.'
Tho mystified young womnn made
some Inarticulate reply and passed on.
As soon as tho friend could recove r her
gravity. Hho gasped, "I supposo jou in
tended to ask Miss May If alio were
strolling out for her mall?"
Tho bamo joung lady was relating ti
sad stoty ot various inlsfottune vvhldi
had ovet whelmed a dear friend.
"Think," alio concluded puthetlcillj,
"of losing husband, children, properly
nnd homo nt ono awe 1 loop'" Ani i
howl of laughter rent the toot, Atlantic
miiiethlng Llkp l'"K 'ebt.
In countries whete dogs aro used tar
draught purposes it jeuulres a certain
amount of skill on the part ot tho drivers
to kiYi two teams past one nnother. In
Iibrador whenever two teams, meet they
try to stop and light. The dogs which aio
used for traction are extremely feioclous
y nature, anil their tempeis are In no
wise lmnrdved by the state of scml-st.irva-
oa in which they live. Dining the sum
me? lie they get nothing from heir
masters nnd have to nick up a 1 1 ling tar
themselves as best they can, Jlus is no
Hsy taskr and any leather straps or old
boots li-hmij be found lying about aro
eagerly swallowed. In the winter they m;
supplied with salt llsh for breakfast and
llkevv so for supper, and Mils unpleasant
diet does not tend to re.luee. the roinha ly.
spirit within them. And. therefore. It two
fc edges e nice to meet, lu nine cases out
of tea the dogs fall upon one another vv th
L most complete disregard f or the cries
of their mastirs or the cuts of Iho cruel,
long-! shed whips. Tho result of forty
elogs all falling on ono another at the
tamo time may be imagined. Over go tho
sledges, out! tumblo the drivers, and anj.
thing c so they may have behind them. A
a rule, a few minutes' ftruBgllug will find
all tie dogs so entangled that they cannot
move. It should be borno In mind that
every dog has his own particular truce, to
ono end of which ho Is attached and t.j
the other tho sleigh. These traces, of
course, vary lu length according to ho
wearer's position ta tho team, and Mm
leader is often llfly feet avvay from in.
wheeler, Tho consequence is that in a
short time dogs and sleighs get w ound up
In an intricate tangle, and It takes tho
U Iv era a long time to unravel each dog
and prevent him renewing the onslaught
tho moment he Is free. To prevent the
elogs lighting in tho night the owncis have
devised a very clever kennel which stops
any little disturbances of that kind. All
dogs "land on their hind legs to light, so
that they have their fore feet for wrest
ling purposes. Tho kennels are, made so
low- that this little maneuver is Impossible
nnd lighting is therefore out of the nues
Mon. VV ben jrnu iullor from tick headache, dlzzb
ntw, constipation, eta. remember Carter's Lit.
tie Liver Pills will relievo you. Ono pill U a
Oregon nud Wuthlugtou .t Mne.
Leaves Kansas City dally at 9.30 a. in. nnd
reaches Porllind In just seventy hours.
Only by the Union Paciilc. Compare with
other lines. City ticket ofllce, iw) Main
street. Telephone Uto.
M-.W ItlH'IC ISLAM) Hi. Itv It'll.
Thtoilgh Pullman sr.r.r, Kinsrvs I tty (
sun Antiiiilii, Dally.
C'oniinetii ing Sunday, April T, the Great
Hock Island Itotlle will run a dallj steep
er, jinns city to Saii AM nio 'lex, via
I'orl Worth, Houston . TiXim Central to
Ibrtrtie nnd International Great Norths
em to San Antonio, leaving Kansas City
nt in p, In, arriving nt here Worth nt
ft so m. nnd Knn Antonio at r n m. Hip
serontl morning. Cull nt Hoi k Island tick
et otllces, corner of I'.lgluh and Main
streets, and loj'i union nvenii", tor tickets
ii nil Information. A. It MOITIIT,
General Southwestern Passenger Agent.
JOHN Sr.llASTIAN, G. P nnd T. A.
No I'biuige to New orle and Huston.
The through service ottered th" linvellng
public bj tin Nickel Plate Hoi 1 (N. Y, U.
,x St L It It ) Is unsurpassed Dip per
fect ptssehftvr service of this road with Ihp
well known excellenip or the West Shore
ein I I'll htmrg Holds teiomiiirnls Itself to
the traveling public Wimtor I'alaei (Mrs
and Dining ear dally on through Iralns to
New York nnd Jt.tuti l'or additional In
formation, see jour local thki't agent or
eublrpss J Y Onlahan, Genernl Agent, '
Clark street, Chlengo, III.
GOING TO CHICAGO TO-NIGHT?
The lliirllngton fast train "Illl" leaves nt
TiitiO. Tho only lino set v Ing meals ou tho
euro plan between Kansas City and Chi
cago, in nddltlon to regular meat service
This cfltlre train Is equipped with nil mod
ern Imptovements. Service unexcelled.
Ten cents a week,
At jour door every morning,
Jl Ou a j cur by mall.
Tell jour neighbor.
WANTliD Wide-awake book mm on
new plan, for KatiBis City and surround
ing rnuntrj,. Liher.il compensation Trin
sue .Malinger, 1CMG9 1'lfth me., Chicago.
WANTliD A first-claps carpet lijer; one
who Is not iirrald to work. Address A.
Stuebner. Steam Carpet Cleaning Works,
St Joseph. Mo
W'A.VTKD A middle nged mnn to drive
rurnlturo wagon. i.l.V Main st , bet v: und
1 p. in
WANTliD a men, take names nnd col
lect; 12 weeklj-, J West uth. loom P.
nnd furnished rooms, jap, i;ast 12th, cor.
Walnut. Tel. 1173. The best place 111 IC. C ,
Mo , to Hud help or situations, male or
female: H jears' experience, lief. Omaha
Nat bank. Oinnha: Citizens' bank. K O
snit.niov WAN ri:n MAI.V.
WANTliD Licensed engineer with 10
jears' experience wants situation, h. is best
nf references, also laige chest ot tools. Ad
dress W 7(c, Journal oHlce
WAN rK.lt AtSliN I -.
WANTliD Agents 20 to J10 per dav
easily mado In any locality We rtirnlsb a
line of samples free nnd allow r.0 per cent
commission for selling Particulars free,
or wo will mall a sample of our goods lu
sterling Bllver upon receipt of ten cents lu
stamps. Standard Sllvcrwaru Co, Hoston,
TO HUNT-III- Joseph Plume:
"Hi"! Kansas ave.. il room house. 57.
2111 Kansas ave., f, room house, J7,
201S Tracj- ave . it room house.
f-c.S Harrison St.. 7 room house,
2.1I7 Ljdlii ave , room brick. J17.S0.
1..C.I i:. Mh bt II room brick.
Corner Independence nnd Holmes streets.
4 nice rooms, each $10 ami $U
Tux Campbell st , I rooms Ji.
CO! li. ISth st , S rooms over sfore, "H
nstablMied lssn Ilent.U Agent
TO HUNT S room hilek, CO ft, with
stable, city water, cistern, oil Hrooklj n,
bet llth and ijlli.
4 room Hat, water furnished, n c. cor.
r.th and Hiookljn. D. S Oltltl.SON,
601 Hall bldg
111 ltPNT ItOO'li.
721 Trncj- ave,, pleasant' furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; modern; on tcable.
IO ItliN r Illst'I'I.Ij NI Ot .
TO ItttN'T Ulegnnt ollices In th Jurn"Ti
bldg. nt reasouublu rates. Apply to the
Km PA "Ml...
CHAS K 'IOW'1. JOHN 11 Tejwi,
President- Vice PiLSldcut.
U. I. HAniHS.
MIDLAND TIlANSl'lilt CO.-rrelght
nnd bnggage trnnsfeired to nnd from all
depots, Purnlture moved and packed hy
experts. 407 und 403 Wjandotto st . Kan
sas Cltv. Mo Tefenhnne 1517.
I HOLD licenses an I leise of Coliseum
theater, 3rd and Walnut; will give half in
terest to on honoiable party who villi put
In J'OO gash to continuo same, best pijlng
xarletv theater ev.r In city; full Investi
gation and satisfai torj- refereincs given.
Address or applj" to 13 H. Chads-.-j-, Clifton
1MPOHTANT TO CAPITALISTS We of.
fei all or pait of Jii),C0 Unllfoinla Inl
gated lands, cholc Iv located, and will
take Improved or unimproved propertj- In
liirt piv, balance verj c isy. K13NDM.L
MOIITGAGI3 CO. 2J.', N Y Life lilclg
l.ltliXT MlisTliUN SIHAVt IIM1 V (MtlCs
ALL KINDS ot ladles' dress goods, MkX
satins and shawls. cleaned and dyed, gents'
clothing cleaned, djd and icpaired send
for price list, 7th st between Main and
Wilnut, J. ". DIMtM'SII, proprietor.
lUC'V. t'LIN j jHj'Vyj'JN II
W13 want a j'oung man In every town In
Missouri, KniiEiis and Nebraska to handle
our wheels Get our catalogue and prices
to agents. KANSAS CITY HICYCLH CO ,
1U27 and ICI'I Hro idwny K insas City fo.
J-'lNliW siiu:.m: t'O.
HAVI3 NI3W and safe building for furnl
ture storage. Advances mndc; picking and
shipping done. JOHN A, RAMUS.
tOi Walnut st. Tel 2M6. Manager.
CHICAGO tl HAH lyii Wllltlts.
Now located at -"O W l.'th st., with more
room and better facilities; will bo pleased
to clean, repair or dye for jou,
WILSON .X. HANSI3N.
HAFL'H opened and repaired, bought und
sold. Combination loekJ cleaned ani
changed. H. JIAltltlOAN, lixport.
Telephone 1SS I 100 li.ist Tenth st.
iioitsrs Anii "i:iiit'i,i:s.
HOIIS13S and eows kept In tho country:
culves raised, 113 per llrst Jear; all stock
sent tar M S.illsbiitj', Independence. Mo.
PINANCIAL Lancaster. Mo. will sell
17.600 city bonds April 15. Tor particular!
address l'rank P. Hays, l'lscul Agent.
TI113 Kansas City .Metal Hoofing & Cor-
mgallne Co.. IDS Hullders' 13x, Tel. 13U.
WANTliD 2.000 dysptptla gentlemen and
ladles to get cured by tho liollpse Celery
Chow -Chow. Progressive grocers keep it
MHSJ. 1.. JAMC3. the well known cl.ilr.
voyant and trance medium, may be con.
suited at 109 Grand uve.: parlors 39 and 40.
IF YOU WANT tood old-fashlon butler.
milk or cream. i.o to McCTlntock's restau
rant. HQ Walnut streot.
DOLPHIN The funeral of Thomas II.
Dolphin will bo hell at the family resl.
dence. No, 3t16 Cherry street, at 9.30 a. m,
and from the Church of the Lady of Good
Council, Westport. at 19 a. n. Monday,
.MOM V to I O V.
I'AKM Lows N'.ar I"tiin t'llj-. In
.Missouri an I Km-.i nniiial interest pro
aid. it bin . h mn Pink, mnlit j
lelldj Lei.iii t' f r -ale
I VMI.-i I. I.oMrt.vttD.
' K '' I'trst National bunk
f, A.St) f, Pi:lt CI r money on business,
residence and rnrm proierly, imiiuslly fa
vnrnblp terms Appiv to llniner lippd or
Thro Nash, lnte', llroadwnJMip Coilps holfsp.
LOW INTIilusr Kinsas e ity loans;
Improved proprm mill Call ir nddrpss
J V.Ml'.S I, LOMHAHD.
Ov.r 1'lrst N'.iiioiinl bank.
MOM3V 'IO LOAN dlteet. B. 7 nlid 1 per
cent. 11. L. JOHNSON A: CO.,
Telephonp 1C17 N. Y. Life building.
rim iiii: Mts.ri'.!.t,AM:oiM.
'bind pivlng alntrni l nnd In.
sitr in . olll
n ii t ii j ii u. ui.eis, write
II JI tlAlb l Go i 'Inn I
I OH HM.Ii -Missouri war ililiu eeitlll
cate tar Jx.! Ii It. it. We.ks 3'iit, liui. ron
ni , I ( u 1 1 r
Poll HALI3 Part or all of a steam well
drilling oiittlt, ."c: Mass. building,
Poit SAl.i; Un set ot double harness
Apply 1W0 11 IJIb st.
TO ONTHACTOHH-Wo have some sec
oiid'haml 'k Huh nnd Inch meet rotie. In
first-class condition, which we will sell nt
teasnnnble llgures VVo have two pieces of
tho S Inch lope ISO fiet lu length, one piece
of Mn . Inch ropo a reel In length and a
rew plicis rrom so to o rect long This rope
will lie round to be veij suitable nnd de
slinblci for contractors for uso on their
dcrrl-l.s, etc.. etc
Till! JOUHNAI. COMPANY.
I liAMXI AMI
I I'lltlt.s I .
SAINDI.IIS White. lull 1. IStll stleet.
'phone 203tl. HclHtlug and lajlng Mirpets a
rpeelally; upholstering of nil kinds, mat
tresres renov ited Hefcr to Doggett D. G.
Co. nnd Hold Keith Pur. Co.
i. next. Mii'ici:.
TIlU8TI3i:s SALIi-Hy reason of default
In the pivment or a cpitain principal pioin
lsurj nutv an 1 the last two maturing In
terest Holes des, rllipd In a dei d of trust
I'XCLiited bv Prank Welsh, uiim.iriled, lo
the understgnci trustee dated lVb-iuiry
llth IVJn Hied ror record l'ebruiry lltli, lew,
in the ollh e of the rnorder ot deels for
Jac;son countj. .Missouri, In book 11 3.'7,
liage 170, the undersigned trustee wilt, pur
suant to the funis or said d.ed cr trust
nnd at the teeniest of the legal holder of
raid notes sell at public vendue to the
blgliist bidder, for c ish, all that pirt of
block number twentj'-two (2-'l. McGee t
nddltlon to the City of Kansas (now
Known is Kansas City), described ns fol
lows, lteginning at a point on the west
line of Mct.ee street twentj-four (20 tact
nlno (f) inclies south of the northeast cor
ner of said block numbered twenty-two
(22). thence south along the west line of
.Mi Geo street twenty-four (211 feet nine (0)
Inches, thence west to alley In said blot k,
tin nee north along the cast line of slid
alley twentj-four (21) feet nine (1) inches,
thence e ist pirallel to the south line if
Hah strei t t" tiie place nf beginning, all
p!nnt"d In Jackson county, Missouri, at
the w.st door of the United S u s custom
bouse at the southeast conwr ut Ninth
and Walnut stn ets, m Knnj e Ity, Jack
son countj, Missouri, on the lsfh dn of
April, ivn, between the bouts of nine
ocloik in the forenoon and five o i lock In
the afternoon, for the purpose of satisfy.
Ing the s eld Indebtedness ami the cost
of exe, nting this ti list. The iiuttv of e
demption of s lid reel estate , now owned
and held by Hugh C War I as receiver of
tho partnership estite of Thonns II .Mas
tin and Jullx Mnstln, appointed bv th
United States clicult court for the West
irn division of the Western district nf
Missouri, ity an coder of said lotirt duly
entered of record on the 22d daj of March,
1W, the said trustee has been an I Is ecu.
thorlred to fori close the said dee I or trust
In the manner provided bv the teitns thcie
of. WH1PPL13 LOAN Aj THUS r CO .
Uv A A. Whipple. Its President.
TIlt'STlIP'S SVI.U Whereas John Huck
ler and l'l mies itmkler, his wife, liv their
certiln deed or trust dated the liitli dav
of December, one tliousaud eight liundr. d
anil elghtj-nlne. lib d tar lecoid in the or
tli e of the lecorder or deeds for Jackson
coiintv, Missouri, nt Kansas citj-, on the
ltth diy of December, lsj. and recorded
In said ofllce in book 11 Wi. at page 107,
did convey to the Whipple I.o in nnd Trust
Compiny. the undersigned trustee, the fol
lowing described real estate sltu-itcd In s ml
countj of Jnckson, state of Missouri, to
wlt All or lot numbered two ui. la liioi k
nuiiibi r one (1), in South WlutlHtd plan,
an adillllnn to the city or Kail" is (now
Kins is Cltvl, Miss, an I, to secuie tile piv
mttit or a i ertain prornlssoi j- note lu said
d.ed ilrsciibeii. mill Inteiist thereou. and.
whereas, default has bom nude In tho
paj mi nt of said note and of thp interest
ther.ou since the date of said note, nnd
the same now remains overdue and unpaid;
now, tin reforc, public notl.e is heiebv given
that the under igtiid tiustie, at the request
or the 1,-gal owner and holder of said prom-Issoij-
noie und Interest, and bv virtue of
tho povv.'i nod ntiiheirltv listed In bald
trustee bv saiil cleeii of trust, will In ai -
coidunce with Hi- t rms and provisions of
said died of trust, proceed to sill, an l sell,
til,- real estate In said dei d of trust and
lierelnbefoin d,s rib, I nnd nnj an I every
pari thereof, at public xeml'ii to the hlgh
i st bidder, for cash at the west door of the
United Stales custom house, at the south
e ist corner of 3th and Walnut streets, In
Kansas Cltv, Jackson county, Mlssouil.
being the wist front door uf said building,
on the llth d is of April, l''i5. botweeu the
hours of 3 o i lock In tho fori noon and 5
o'clock In the afternoon of Mint dav, for
tin purpose of pejiiig according to the
tenor or said deed or trust, the amount of
Indebtedness iciniinlns unpaid sei ured
then by nnd the eosts of executing this
WIIIPPLD LOAN AND THUST COM
PANY. Trust, e.
Ily A. A. Whipple, Its President,
WHI!H13AS, Piank U. button nnd Annie
13 Suttuu, bis wile, bj then certain dei d
nf mist, dated the Oth day of Mareh, A. D.
1SS3. and Hied lor re. old tin 7ih day ot
.Maieh, A. D. Iks3, unci record. d la book
' il ' No. SjI, at page- 1), li. the odicu of th?
iccorde-r of deeds leu .1 .eksun c-oun-ij.
In Kansas Cltj, Missouri, con-vej.-d
to the uiidPrsiKiied trustee
all of lot nlno (3), In bio. U one (1), la Jumi-t
Geiodln plaee, an addition to Kunsas Cltj,
Jai ksun countj, Mis-ouii, lo se-eiue tho
pajui. nt or one piluelp.il piomlsaury nuio
and Interest touiiuiis tlunio attached, as
lu sal I deed of mint ileseillnd, and, woe re
us, i-ald principal note bee ami! due the
'th day of March, A D. "tvjl, ihe time tar
the payment of suld prim lp il note wis
extended two jeals fiom il.u.li 5tli, 1V3I,
making said principal note tall due inula
such extension March the Cth, A. 1). IWH,
and, whereas, the interest for the said
two jeais, the term of said extension, wns
evldellecd by fold illteleSt notes executed
liy tho then owner of the said real estate,
and, wlieieas, oi.e of said Inteiest notes is
now due and unpaid, then fate. In eonje.
... t ,,. a ,1. iti.lr .r ,li.. .-.-....... ,. a
iiue-nc e ji i ..-..... .., (, .iie-uc Ul
said Inteiest Iiule-, -aid principal note is
now di dared due and p.ij.ible; therefore,
at the leipiestot the legal holder und invn
er or the said principal note, I, D, c How.
en, b virtue of the power given mo by
said cleeii of trust, will proceed to sell the
abuve described real iMUtu Ht iiublic auc
tion to the hluhe-it bidder, foi cish, be.
tween ihe lioum of 9 o'cloek In tho fore,
noon und ' nelocK 'n the afternoon of
Tuesdaj, the 23d clay of Apill, A. D. ISO").
... .... .. . -i,, .Ii,n ..i .In. it., i., ., -ii .. :
ediirss and the cost of executing the
t D r. HOWJiN, Trustee,
ited March 30th. A. 1). 1K.
11(1 tJiLllrl siAI.13 Win uiis, Caroline
L Kaj-.. r and elusttv A. K i er, he-i lms
bin I, by tli'lr deed nf nu-i dated tho
.Cth day ot Jul), UW, and teiurd. d
on the .1th day of Jul), fsii, in the
ofllce of ihe roeorder of deeds in Juekson
county, Missouri, hi Kaitsai Cltj. in booic
II 307, at page 2U, did convey lo the under
signed trustee M.o tallowing described leat
estate, situated, ill the county of Jackson
und statu of Missouri, to-wit: Lot num.
bored three l3), In block uuiubeied seventj.
nine (73). in Hast hansus. an uddltiou to tho
City of Kunsas, now Kansas Citj, In Must
to seeme the payment ot the piomissoiy
note in said deed deser bed, with Interest
as therein described, at.d alo die payment
as therein described of certain dues und
lines as therein set forth; and, whereas,
default was made in the pajment ot Mio
interest as theieln described, us well us of
the dues und lines aforesaid, for the perlol
ot more than six months utter th0 said
dues, lines and interest beeamo due and
pa j able, by re ison whereof, under the pro
visions of suld deed of Must, the said note
has also become duo and pjxible and the
same, together with said dues, fines und
Interest, remain due and unpaid; now,
theietore, nt the nuuest ot tho legal holder
of said note and In, accordance with the
provisions of said deed of trust, I, us said
trustee, will, ou 1-rlday, tho ".fitli da) of
April. 1SJ3, between tho hours of nine
o'cloek a. m. and live o clock p. in., at the
south front door of tho county couit house
lu Kansas I'll). JacUspn county. .Missouri,
expose to sale und sell to tho highest bid
der, for cash, tho above described real es.
tide- at publla vendue to satisf) tho debt
aforesaid and the costs of this trust.
JAME3 6CAMJJ.ON. a'rustee.
I III HI'I.IS'H SVI.T7 liy rrison 01 n
fault In tlm pajment nf n certain ptln Ipnl
I tmnlssorj note snd the last two innliir
Ing inteiest notes, describe I In ii dei I if
trust executed by Prank Welsh unintr
Med, In Hip undersigned truste dated
Pebrunrv llth. Ifn, filed ror n or.l I eb
runty Htli. I In the mile e of Hip rr
oider ot deeds for J in It son eoiintj Mis
rnurl In book I! 1t, Iiaite m the under
slRtieil trusle-p will, pursuant to Mm terms
nf sntd dPPd of ttust, nnd nt thr reciuest
of tlm legnl bolder of said notes, sell nt
publlp vendue, to the hluhesl bidder for
iush, nil nf thnt part of him k number; I
twentvtwo (24), Mrtiee s nddltlon to the
City uf Knnsas (now known ns Kansas
t'ltjv. described ns follows Hi ginning nt
tlm northeast corner or snld blm k num
bered twpnlv-lwo (2JI, thelic scuith rilnng
thet west line nf MeOee street twentv -four
(til feet nine til Inches, thence west to
alley In said block theme north along Hip
east line of said nllev (went four (CII reel
nine itii inches to the south line or 16ih
sti.et, thence enst nlnng the south line nf
li'.th street to pbu e of bPftllinlntr,
all situated In laiksnu cnunij', Missouri,
nt the west door cr the Pulled Slates cus
tom hmisp. nt the southeast corner nt
Ninth unit Walnut streets, in Kansas City,
Jackson county, .Missouri on the 1Mb day
or April, IW, between the hours or nine
o'clock In Mm forenoon and five o clock In
tho nfternooti, tar the purpose ot K.itlsfj
Ing the said Indebtedness and Mi" cost of
executing this trust The equity of re-
Missouri. Ity an order of snld court, duly
entered of n-cord cm the 22d elay of March,
POj, Mio laid tiutro has been nnd Is au
thorized to fine, lose tin said deed of
trust lu tho mntiticr piovlded by the terms
WHlPPI.n LOAN AND THUST CO.
Uy A. A, WHIPPLP,, Its President.
THUSTIiCS SAL13-Hy reason of default
In the in j in, nt of a eel lain prlnclpil
Promissory note nnd the last tivo maturing
intense r.ntts lies, rlbed In a deed Qf trust
executed bv Plunk Welsh, unmarried, to
the underslgmd trustee, dated Pebruary
llth, UM, lib 1 for record i'obruary llth,
Ix-io. In the ofllce of the recorder of deed i
for Jackson countj, Missouri, In book It
3j7, page 1IT7, the undersigned trustee will,
pursuant to the terms ot ald deed of
tiust, nnd at the ruiiet of the legal hold
er ot said notes, sell at public vendue, to
the highest bidder, for cash, nil of that
part of block numltrr twentv-two (221, Me
Gec's addition to the City of Kansas (now
Known ns Kins.ls Cllj). described as fol
lows, lteginning at a point on the west
line or Mi Gee stn et, tarty-nine (Ul (cot
six (M liu ties south or the northeist cor
ner of said blot k number twentj-two (221.
thence south along the west line of Mc
Gi e street twentj-four (21) feet nine 3)
Inches, theme west to nllcj In said block,
thenee north along the east line ot said
alley twentj-four (21) reet nine (i) Inches,
thence east parallel to south line or 16th
street to place or beginning, all situated
In Jackson countj, Missouri, at the west
door or the United States custom houe,
nt the southeast corner of Ninth und Wal
nut streets, in Knnsas I'ltj, Jackson
countj. .Missouri, on ihe llth day of April,
1', between the hours ot nine o'clock In
the forenoon and five o'clock In the nfter
noon, ror the purpose of satisf j ing the
s I'd indebtedness and the cost of execut
ing this fust The utility of redemption
of said io.il estate is now nw ned and held
lij" Hugh C Wanl ns ne, vor of the part
lie rohlp est it, of Thomas Mastlu nnd Jull I
Mastln, appointed b the Unite I States
cir, nit cenitt for the Western division nr
the Western cllstrli t or .Mlssouil Ily nn
order or said enurt dull entered of recoi 1
on tin 22d dnj nf Mm ih. ixil, the said
trustee his In c n and Is nuthnrled to fore
close the aid deed of trust In the in inner
provided bv the terms thereof
WHIPPLli LOAN ANI) THUST CO.
Uy A. A Whipple, Its President
TltUSTUIi'S SALI1 Whereas. Charles A.
Iteaidsley. iiiiin.iiili d, bj Ids elecd ot trust,
elated Juno 1st, is hi. acknowledged Juno
1 1 li. 1V..I. und ire circled June 4th, IW, In
book it No I2i., at pugc 1'". of the morels
of deeds, n tlm etlc of lecoider of deeds
In and for Jackson county, state ut Mls
souil, at Kansas Citj, convejed to the un
til rslgncd, Jeiimlah T 3i vv. us trustee.
Mm following elescilbed real estate, situate
111 Jackson countj and state of Missuuli,
to-vlt An undivided otic-half ('.) or lot
numbered twentj nine (.i. in Iiloi k iium
bired two (21 or Armlleld s addition, an
addition to the Cltv nt Kansas (now Kan
sas cltj), as the said lot is m.irkeel and
deslgnateel upon the pi it or said nddltlon,
now on file nnd or record In tin olllce of
leenrdor of deeds in and tar said Jackson
county, state of MIssnuil, which suld deed
of ttust wus given to secuie p iv incut of
the certain pionilssmy note therein de
scribed, anil, when as, the said note Is
long fi ist due. and. i"M the r with nil Intei
est .itemed then on n mains unpiid, an I
dofiult has be. n made In the pivnunt
thereof; now, thei.tai.. public notice Is
be rein given that under ntul bv vlinn ot
Mm power mid niithoriiv In nn vested by
tlm teiins or said duel of tins ami in pui
Mlulli c or tile piovlslons theieor, unci nt
tile reeiuest of tin legal hoi Ii r and owner
or said note I .lei.miili T Dew, lite ill -de
rslgncd etustee, will propped to sell, ami
villi sell, the sail above decilbPd leal
estate, at tiie wist front door eit tiie cus
tom house and peistoitlco building, sltuiiio
at southeast corner of Ninth and Wal
nut streets, In Kansis city In Mm county
of Jai ksun nnd ft in of Mlssouil, to the
highest bl'l let for cash, nt public vendue",
ou Tu.sil.ij, the 21rd dav of April, is:.,, be
tween the limns ot nine o'clock In tlm fore
noon and the o'clock In tlm afternoon of
said day. to pay oil nnd sallstj the sabl
Indebli dness, und costs und expenses ol
executing this trust
JUnli.MIAlI T. IM3W Trustee
Deled Kansas (Ity. Mo. March jxth. 1ST,
WllliHliAS. Pianl. el. Sutton and Annl.i
13. hiutuii, ids wife, bj theli certain eh e d
or trust elated the Cth daj or Mareh, A D.
1W3, and tiled tar re. ore! the 7th day or
March, A D. S,V. and recorded in book
"I!" No. 33.1, at page CAI, in the ollke or the
recorder of deeds lor Jackson countj, nt
Kansas City, Missouri, convejed to tho
unclor-dgtied trust, u all ot lit eight (vi ami
west t feet of lot seven (7). in block one
(1), In James Goodln place, an addition to
Kansas City, Jnckron county, Mlssouii.
to see tire the pajmnit of one pntu 1 il
piomlssory note und inierest couiions thuc
to attached, us in said d.ed of miot de -scribed;
nnd, whereas, said principal nut!
became due Mure h the Cth, A. D. 1SDI, the
litno tar til pajment of suld principal
nciie was emended two jears from Mni.h
Cth, ls:il, milking said principal uotu fall
due under such extension March the Cth,
A. D. IsM!. and, vvher, lis, the interest tar
tho paid two je.us, the- term of tald ex
tension, was evldene ed ley tour interest
notes exee'iiteel by the then owner of c it 1
mil estate, and, whereas, one of slid iti-te-rest
notei 1 now duo nr.d unpaid, Micre
foie, ill consenue nco of the default In the
un) mint of said Interest note.satd principal
note Is now declired due and pijab'e;
Mie-refoie, at the reiiuest of the legal hold
er and owner of the said principal note,
I, D. O. Howe n. by virtue ot tho power
given me h said deed ot trust, will pro
eeed to sell the ibove rie.rllind real estate
lit public auction lo the highest bidder, for
cash, between the hums of a o'clock in
the forenoon and C o c lock afternoon of
Tiiesdu, the 22.1 elay of Aptll, A H 1
ut the west front door of ihe United Slates
custom house, In Kansas Cltj, Jackson
countj-, Mlssouil, to satisfy the fa,i n.
debtedness and the co-it of exeeutinc- this
""' . .- r. V'PWfi- Trustee.
Dated March iOih. A. D. lets
THUST13P.S SAI.li-lly re ison of default
in the paynic nt, of .1 certain promlssury
note, and In the Interest then on, dcsciibed
In the deed of trust dated Ine 2'ith clay of
Jaiiuarj. IV-1! given by J. 13. Mulvey uml
Muila i' Mulvi j, his wife, nit, I iar record
in the olllce of the rmiicUr , of eh-eds tat
Jackson count), at Kunsiis Ciiy Missouri,
on the Mill .laj of Jiiiiuarj, IsV). a,ul ,lr,,J
iviorcbd In bo.ik H an. .it piui. ,i, I HJ,
between lb'' hours of It ce.l.ek in ti. foll 1
noon and ,5 " 'lo'dt In the ufie-ruoon, on
Mciiid.i). the', nth day of April, isi ut the
fcouth door jit tiie cuiirt lioiis, m ilu v'ty
uf lots one (1) and clijhtien (IS), uOP,
lour Ob und all of lots ihr.e (J) .um CKht.
cell (Ul. I",1'1'"!: ."Mi '''.'i,.'" l.''w.lljn
annex, an addition to the CII)- of Kansas,
county of Jackson and slate eif MIssuuil. us
shown by the ii;curded iij.it thereof, and up
ply the piuceeds of said silo to the pay.
Itleiit of the Indebtedness secured by bald
deed ot trust, anil Mil, eosis of executum
thii tiust, ilOHION WOLI.MAN,
NOT1CH TO, STOCKHOLDI2ltS-Notice
to the stockholders or Mm Graml Avenuo
Hallway Company is hereby gl?n that a
meeting ot such stockholders will bu held
at the otlico of sold tompaiu.No. 1C0O Grand
avenue. In Kansas City. Missouri, on Sat.
urday, the llrst duy ot June, A, D. 1S33, at
o'clock a. m., tar the purpose of votlnt:
itnnn the foltowlllir DrOOOsltlulls:
1. To Increase the capital stock of said
company from $l..tf,000, Its present amount,
2. To increase tho banded Indebtedness
ot said company from Jl.'2OO.00O, Its present
uinouut. to $3.300,1100.
3. l'or tho transaction of suih other busi
ness as may be brought before such meet
Kansas City, Mo . March M, 1S93.
WALTON H. IIOLML'S. President.
DANlEii li. UOLUU3, Sscrstary.
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Depots Ulfti-enth str. t station. Twelfth!
street st.it'on Nintli street station.
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TltUSTUU S SAT-13 - W hereas, Jacob
Ilr.inn mil earnltt i liraun, his velle, by
their cei I tin 0 ul of tiust dittd the tlftti
day of November, IS'10, nnd molded in thu
ulllce of llu itiurdei of di e ds in Jacksmi
countj-, Mlfsourl nt Kiidh.ic City, on tin)
Bamo day in book H 4W, ut pige s;i, con
vejed to the uncle. I slgue d trusteo the foi
lowing described r.ul estate) sltuate-d In
the county nf Jncltson and stats of Mli
houri, to-vv it. All of lots uiiinliercd llfteeiv
(Iji, sixteen (10), be-veiitien (I7i, and Mio
I orth fort) (10) feet of lot fourteen (II), In
bio It numbered llvu r,), In KriiMington, nn,
nddltlon to the city of Kansas, now Knn
sus Citj-, Iiceurdlni to the leciirded plut
Mii'ieof, alo lot nnmbered tivcnty-thre.
(.S), in blo.lv thre-e- U). In Mount Auburn,
as suld bit Is marked und detlniited on
the recorded plat of tteld .Mount Auburn:
ulso lots eleven (11) and twelve (12), lu
block eight (k). In said Mount Auhuin, III
trust, to secure tho pajment nf tho tvvo
protntkslory notes In suld deed described,
und, win reus, di fault vvas mado In the pay.
meiit of one of bald notes, and tho tame,
together with Interest thereon, remain I
due nnd unpaid: und. vv hernias, default win
also nude In the payment uf tho Interest
on Mm other of bald notes and in llm piy
inent of taxes and assessments levied .md
eharged ugalnst said lots: now, therefore,
nt the reiiuest of the legal holder of j.l
Ileitis. and by virtue and In pu-juutice of tho
provisions of wild deed of trust, 1, ns sueli
trustee, villi on Wednesday, tho tenth elavi
of April, lt55. between the hotu3 of ')
o'clock a. in. and 0 o'cloek p. m , nt Mm
west front door of thn United States post,
otllcs building. In Kansas city. Jackson
county, Missouri, expose to sain and u-II tu
tho highest bidder, for cash, tho abovu de
sirlbid nul estate, nt publla vendue, ti
tatNf) thu del' nforcsnld nnd the costs ot
this irust. JA.M133 SCA.MMON.Trustee.
THUhTliP.'B SALR-Hy reason of default
In the pajment when due of prlnolpul and.
Interest of a promissory uota made, and
executed by Jumes it. Anderson, and de
scribed in and tecured by a deed of trine
dated August 17th, IM, recorded August
lTlli. lsvs. in look "11" No. St,V. at nacr
Ml, In tho oillco of tho recorder of deed
for Jnclo-on county, Missouri, ut Kansas
Oily, I will, piiiniant to said deed of trust,
at Mm request of tho legal holder and
owner of said note, between the hours ot
nlno o'clock in tho lore-noon and tivo
o'elock In the atternoon of Monday, thu
'."Jth day of April. IWo. at tbo court houso
door in tho city of Kansas City, JacUson
county, Mi'soutl, said court house door be
ing tho south flout door of tho state cir
cuit court home, situated on the north sldo
of Missouri avenue, between Oak und Lo
cust streets, in said Kansas City, Mlnourl,
sell thu fallowing described real estate, sit
uate tn the county of Jackson and state ot
Missouri, being the reui estate described)
In suld deed of trust: A certain tract or
tracts of land located partly In section StJ,
township tai N range SJ W, uiu( partly In
section il, township CO Ix.. runge SJ W.,
Jackson county, Missouri, bounded as fol
lows: On tho north by the right of way
of tho Kansas City and Independent
Itapid Trunstt Company; on the cast by
thu lilg Hl'io rlvui, and on the south and
west by tho center line ot (loose Neck
creek, as shown by plat annexed lo said
deed of trust, at publla vendue to the.
highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy said
iioto and thu Interest duo thereon, and ihti
cost ot executing this trust.
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