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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SUNDAY :A1J1UL 21, 1895.
MORE ABOUT HOMEOPATHY.
A MJMItlllt III IMI'OIITAM (Jt'rTt()
Dr. W. II. Morgan of M. I mile IHnriisses
llnmeiipltliy lltlfnml IM Ability In
dim I)le ii t igurc t'nmpa
lug ltrult With llinui nt
I In' (Mil sihnol.
Whit In hotncoiith) 7
The medical fulfill In which the sick nre
tr. ated by drugs which, when glve-i to the
healthy, produce symptoms slmllnr to those
for which thev nre given In disease. Its
li.ili Is fixed law of nature, Instead of
the whimsical and ever-changing medical
fishlons strangely called "regular" medi
cine. J Is dlenc curable In such n mnnner?
The experience of two generations of ob
servers, comprising thousnnds of ph)?!
clnns, his elttbllhcd It be)ond 11 doubt.
Thnt nllopnthlc ph)lr!niis deny It proves
nothing to the contrary. Most of them
either from prejudice or considerations of
jwllcy lime not lnvestlgatnl the subject,
to their testimony Is simply thnt of thoo
who do not Know The pioneers of home,
opathy were allopaths who had Invcstlgnt
c I, A lending Riltlsh medical society ap
pointed n committee of live of IIh mem
11 rs to Investigate and cie the "hum
lull,," homeopath). Two member of the
rommlttee became converted nnd the other
three neer retiortcd. Constat! tine Ilorlnc,
11 prominent light In llerlln tnedliiil cir
cles, was similarly appointed to investi
gate and controvert I1onu.0pn.lln with
the result thnt he berime, the father of
homeopathy In this countrv
3 If diseases nre curnble by such n
method, how do Its prn. tl il results com
pare with tho-o of the old school?
Hl.atlstlcs cannot be obtained from phjfl.
clans In private practice -but the records
nf hospital nnd other public Institutions
furnish them, and they chow, not In single
Instances but In dos"en unmistakable ad
vantage from homeopathic treatment.
The following nro samples of what pub
lic records reveal.
Scarlet fever Is 11 disease offering little
vclmnce for mistakes In dlignosltf. In
large cities doctors are required to report
nil cases of It to the public authorities,
nnd It Is doubtless the best reported of
prevalent diseases. During one ear
In St. I.011I allopiths 11 fwirted $13 cases,
xvlth !" deaths; low pir cent.
In St. Iyouls homeopaths reported 135
cases, with 5 denths. 3 CO per cent
In Phil idelphia allopiths reported 5,213
cases, with 3D1 deaths, 7 3S per cent
In Phllidelphli homeopaths reported 1,033
cases, with 71 deaths, (! 71 per tent.
In sixteen large cities allopiths reported
17,310 cases, with l,lu deaths, I- 13 per
In sixteen large cities homeopaths report
ed 3,059 cases, with 157 deaths, 5 ll per
Where three patients were lost under
homeopathic tre itment over four were lost
under allopathic. The paicnts of e ich
fourth child needlessly lot under ullo
inthlc treitmcnt doubtless have the F.itls.
faction of Knowing tint It died sccundem
Diphtheria Is a disease not so positively
diagnosed as scarlet fever, and public rec
ords of It nre not so reliable for compara
tive tests, but with allopathic and home
opathic doctors reporting about the nine
ratio of cases as In scarlet fev er, the mor
tality under allopathic tteatment was 30
per cent, under homeopathic, 21 per cent
Yellow fever c.aos and deaths vvere re
ported In New Orleans In 1S7S, 19 per cent
of allopathic doctors' cases died, fi per
cent of those under homeop ithlc care
Public records kept b) disinterested par
ties nt different times and places have been
examined with like results, jet. In tne
face of all the evidence, allopathic doc
tors try to make out thut homeop ithj Is
a humbug. If It Is, whit nre the)
4 If thee things nre so, why nre not all
public medlcnl Institutions put In homeo
The control of public Institutions Is de
termined b political "pull " It It notorious
that "inlloonce" has more to do with the
distribution of public olllces of all kinds
than merit, and It Is not strange that
medical npiiolntm. nts nn made liv the
Fame methods. Hog cholei 1 or pleuro
pneumonia among cattle may excite Mine
Undent olllclal effort toward Us control,
but human life Is ch. aper an unnecessary
mortalit) of 10 or 50 per cent Is not worth
.onsiderlng There is gcnerill) an allo
pathic doctor on the committee! In charge
of an such matter.
5 Is homeopathy able to cope with se
rious diseases, or Is it, as some s.i) , only
applicable to slight ailments of children
nnd delicate women'
1th most unmistakable triumphs hare been
made In the frenulum of cholera nnd
jellow fever The list time cholera visit
id this country the mortallt of those re
ceiving homeopathic treatment was onl
one-half tint of others having the disease
In the jellovv fever epidemic of 1S7S the
general moriallty In New Orleans, where
records were accurately kept, was 19 per
cent while tint of persons receiving home
opathic tre itment w is only II per cent less
than one-third a3 great. The records In
this Instance have been sifted until It Is
certain there was no error or mlsrepresent
utlon In the reports made.
fi If homeopathy Is so much superior,
wh) do homeopathic physicians sometimes
report to old school treatment-'
This query results from misapprehension
ns to the sphere of homeop ith No one
would espect a physician of any school
to attempt to set a broken bone with a
dOfae of medicine, or treat a case of arsen
ic poisoning by nn method except an
metlc followed b) a chemical antidote
Hither case Is manifestly not In the Held
of homeopathy, and In the general practice
of medicine there are other conditions oe
caFlonallj presenting In which It Is re.
quired to give crude drugs for their chem
ical, mednnlcil or even toxic effects Of
the 10 0") homeopathic phsiclans in the
United States neurl) nil do so, only a few
nthus.asts, who In e peaking represent
themselves only, not the homeopathic pro
fesston, profess to do otherwise The mass
of homeopaths believe In the ute of home
opath within Its proper sphere, not In Its
nbuse hv attempting to apply It to what It
Is not adapted Its range of application as
established bv experience covers, perhaps,
nine-tenths of the cases of slekm ss Be
eause the other tenth of the cases are not
treated homeopathlcally does not prove
homeopath) a humbug nor that Its prac
titioners are inconsistent In not practicing
as somi body else may have proposed to do
7 Are not homeopathic ph)Mcinns gen
erally less thoroughly 1 ducated than those
of the old si hool '
The prestige of otd institutions and the
assumption of oil school doctors have
given some color to this Idea, but the prob
abilities nre that the conv.re Is true.
Homeopath! has been most popular In the
mot cultivated communities, It Is the
medical practice of thinking people nnd
the ranks of Its practitioners have been
jn ilnly recruited from them The fossils
of the medical profession those who have
onl) four or live presi rlptlons thnt serve
on all occasions must bn lookel for out
ftde the homeopathi' school The home
op ithlc colleges conform to the hams
standards of legal riqulrements that those
of the oil school do Most of the early
homeopaths nnd some of the later ones
vvere educated In the old school
S How can such small doses of medi
cine as are usually given do any good? It
does not seem reonnble
No one knows how It Is Tho matter Is
one not to be reasoned about Reasoning
processes never taught anybody that two
grains of arsenic would kill a man. but
trial proved It, ns it has tho ele.icy of
properly selected small dnt of medicine
Large doses of homeouathlo drugs g.
3 Whnt Is tho comparative cost of
"Tho ben Is th cheapest" at nny price,
but In this matter the best costs the least
money Homeopathic treatment saves
drug bills and shortens blekness Those
receiving It recover worn completely and
naturally so that, other things being equal,
they are less liable tn be sick ugaln
10 If all thesei things are t-o why has
not hormopathy been universally accepted?
History shows that nny discovery re.
quiring a complete overthrow of the istah.
Ilshtd traditions and beliefs of the people
has required considerable time to overcome
opposition und win general recognition
People hive been In the habit of thinking
that the bigger tho pill the more likelihood
of Its purging them of disease. It takes a
good while for all people of all grades of
Intelligence to Und out that disease Is a
I art of themselves that may bo corrected
but cannot be forcibly destroved or cast
out. There are Hill lots of doctors who
have not found out that the living human
body Is not a sort of chemist's pot for
them to try experiments Ip. Yet, notwlth.
Handing that hon.eopathv goes counter to
preconceived notions, and notwithstanding
tho opposition nnd derision of the oil
school and of the druggists, whose business
Is made superfluous by homeopathy, some
ten millions of people In this country have.
In a little over fifty vears, learned to ap
preciate the new kind of treatment. The
doctors of tho old school have had to yield
to a general public sentiment built up by
homeopathy against openly barbarous and
disgusting dosage. Ily force of numbers
and previous possession of the field they
have managed to hold onto most public
medical Institutions, but homeonathy has
become such a power In the land thut leg
islation sgalutt It can nowhere be accom.
pllhed. fourteen thousnn I homeopathic,
doctors, with lo.oyooix people behind them,
nre out for medlcnl reform, ami expect to
stay so till tho genernl piofesslonal senti
ment has been brought up to n plane vvhero
men who nro the peers of nnvbndy shall
not be otiaclscd for ndvocai 5 nf the truth.
I;iillghtenmetit nnd conquest arc the nlms
II. Do not the germ theory of dlrne
nnd tho newly discovered precise methods
nf dcstrojlng the serins put homeopathy
on the shelf, nnd make medicine an exact
One might think so from the nolc nnd
the nssumptlons thnt have been made, but
where arc the pracllcal results? Tho com
parative statistics quoted have been made
since nllotPithlc doi tors have been experi
menting with germicides. They hnvo been
falling over one ntiolher in making new
discoveries In that line that wero expected
tn revolutionize mcdlrlne, but their pa
tients hivo kept dvlng Jut ns before.
No sensible man can blnme the patletitB
of nsumedly progressiva allopathic doc
tors for dvlng If be will review for a mo
ment the experiments thnt have been tried
on thim In the Inst few Mnr, Thrice
happy are they who hnvo stuck to the fos.
sllllzed old calomel nnd quinine doctors,
who have not been disturbed by a new
Iden since thev lift college. Just now thn
hvpodcrmlc svrlngo Is regnant, nnd the
tireless tmpltlcs nre frantic over nntl'tox
lne, nil unconscious of how nenr they nre
getting lo homeopathy. It may be thnt
homeopathy pnli be successfully pnctlod
In Hint way It may be thnt a blacksmith
enn repnlr n wntch with Ids hammer nnd
nnvll lint the clinncis nre thnt with tho
next turn of the kaleidoscope, this dream
will po on to be with the shades of
Koch s lmph. llrown-Sequnrd's elixir and
unnumbered either unlvernl KOlvents that
were to be. Whntever the outcome of the
crnre may be, Its prevalence Indicates an
ubniulonment of the former germlcldnl
ngents Whv hnve carbolic acid, corrosive
sublimate, etc, bei n nbnndnnid? ltecnuse,
though they may be made to destroy germs
outsldo the living tissues of the body, thev
cannot be mnde to do It In them, for men
nre ealer killed than germs It is still nn
open question whether gel ins nro cnuso or
consequence of dlsense The ndvocntes of
the germ theor nio floundering desper
ntely In their efforts fo destrov or hiad off
the germs, but their patients nre dlng
Just the same The homeopath believes
that If germs do cause dlease, the vitality
of the Invaded tl'sues Is the onlv power
capable of destrov Inir them, nnd he tries
to sumuinie mat power iiisiiau or. ignoring
nnd pnral?lng It with poisons Homeo
pnthv does not rest on the plauslbllltv of
Its theorle", nor upon the wonders it Is
just niioui to nccompii'n 11 points 10 wnni
It Ins done lis superiority has not been
nssallcd so far b any outcome of tho germ
tin ory of dlsense
Note The nnnunl session of the Homeo
pnthlc Medlcnl Institute of Missouri will
begin Tuesday morning, April 23, In the
Midland hotel, and will Inst for three das.
12 Whv have homeopathic doctors made
a split In the profession, with its conse
quent partisanship nnd unpleasantness"
1 hev did not do It The responsibility
for the existence of separate schools of
medicine rests with the old school. Hahne
iiiiinn was exiled from his native country,
and every doctor who has dared to express
his conviction of the truth of homeopathy
since thin hns been ostracised by old
school org intentions and personally treated
as a professional outlaw, or as If ho did
not belong to the profession nt nil The
sltuntlon Is reall) 1 lughable, but homeo
pathic doctors cannot help it. They nre
re idy to fraternize w Ith any medical men
who know how to act like gentlemen, but
they are perfectly able and willing to be
long to a sect of their own 1111 such time
ns thev can receive respectful considera
tion from those who hivo withheld It thus
fir Homeopathy Is here to stay. Some
time the American Medical Association
nlnv find It out, and the sl barriers that
sep irate tho two schools will be allowed
to fall down
BUTTERINE BMJL NOW A LAW.
Governor Mime Approves llie Measure, lle-
sIiIcn Inn (Mbers. mid Vetoes
Jefferson City, Mo, April 20 (Special)
Governor Stone this morning approved
three bills, and vetoed six
Those approvid were hcnate bill No
t'S, relating to Insurance.
Committee substitute for house bill No
26, prohibiting the coloring jellow of nnj
substance used as food, meant ns an imi
tation of butler
S nate bill No. 2i3. relating to Mate treas
ure The bills -vetotd are senate bill No 272
(St I.ouls lustpes of the peace bill) be-
tuse he believes It to lie unconstitu
tlonil, and, further, because the bill fall
id to piovide for Justices of the peace in
a large part of St I.ouls
Si nate bill No IKJ relating to Immoral
houses, and prohibiting them within ter
taln distances fiom schools and churchis
This was Senntor Molts bill '1 he gov
ernor sajs "Although the statute mik
ing the keeping of immoral hnusen a mis
demeanor Is not exprisslv repented it does
seem tint when prostitutes are loii.pclled
to reside within given boundaries thnt
there Is nn implied ngieement that thej
w 111 not lie molested 1 1 unnot get my con
sent to approve the bill "
House bill No 17j, I elating to mortgages
and deeds of trust
Senate bill No ".JJ (Mott's "stink f acton"
bill) Unds tint if It should become .1 1 tw
it would affect so lp and other factories
now in operition. is thenfoie unjust, and
that the prcsmt nuisance liw Is amplj suf
ficient if enforced.
House bill No S.1 (the lluchanan counts
court of criminal correction bill) Mr
Stone sas tne lull Is unconstitutional be-c.iu-e
It provides that in criminal prosecu
tions in courts of record six Jurors
m 15 try a cans, whereas the constitution
guarantees twelve, also It makes the
Judge of the criminal court ex ollli lo Judge
of the court of criminal coirectlon and
he thinks such dual duties would lonfllct
Hou'-e bill No P.' dlvi sting Justices of
the peace of criminal Jurisdiction In Iiu
chnn in county, Is vetoed bee mse Its com
p inlon bill, above, falls- to become a law
liotli bills mu'-t be approved, or both ve
toed, or the ends of Justice be defeated.
It does not npptar that any baking pow
der, when pieseiited In competition with
the Itoval, cither at the government tests
or before woild's fair Juries, has ever re
ceived favor or award over the Hojal or
made an equnl showing In purttj, strength
NKW KAN'S S Cllltl'OItATIONS.
Charters InMiied at lnpika by the Secretary
of Slut. .
Topeka, Kas , April 20. (Special ) The
Kansas State l'llnting Company was
granted a charter to-day b the secre
tary of slate. The In orpor.ators 111 e J K
Hudson, lllchard U Thomas, Dell Kelzer,
H. T Chase, Paul Hudson, W C Smith
and M W. Hudson, all of Topeka, and the
capital stock Is llxed at JJ.UOO The In
coriiorators are members of the present
Dally Capital Company. J. K. Hudson be
ing state printer, und tho purpose of the
organteatlon being to establish a printing
The Kmporla Telephone Company has
also been chartered with a capital stock
of !XJ The directors are Calvin Hood,
I. I. Hallock, S Strauss r H nins
more, David Stone, D. W, Morris and W,
Washington. April 20 The following pen
sions have been granted
Missouri l'lnis l.alr (deceased), Spring
field, Ureme, William 1 Hiss, Sprlnglleld,
Oreeno, Gregory Kleuklen, Pleasant Oieen,
Cooper, John Welter, St Joseph, llucha
11.111, L'.irr McCnll,(ialt,(lrund , lldwurd 11
IaUb. Carlow. Uavles, Thorn aid M, Thor
son. Klrksvtlle, Adair. Alfred N Cave,
Ilethany. Harrison, Joseph Hajer, Ht.
I.ouls, hi. I.ouls. Lewis J Aires, Macon,
Mama, Daniel Jonas, llruslie.tr, Adair;
Thomas .1 lVirll, Louisiana Pike, Samuel
I.unian, Dutehtown, Cape tilrardeau, lien.
Jamln r Itulon, North Salem, IJnn. Will
I tin Childress, Juplln, Jasper. lMwanl
Pcllerln. St I.ouls. st I.ouls, llowan M.
K.llv, Waddlll Newton; John DtnnU. I.lti-
Shelby. Robert 11 Wallace. Sentinel
itiii hi.r. r, 1 in 11.. .
l'ralrfe, Polk, Page t' klnsloiv, Coy, lie.
Donald, Arthur C Cruln, hnirta, Chris
tian, Janus uakman, St, Louis. Si. I.ouls:
Martha Huff, Loulsburg Dallas, Mima
I.alr, Kprlngflell, Clreene: minors of Charles
Fleming, St I.ouls, St. I.ouls
Knnsus Joseph l.engcd. (Irlnnell dove:
John M fain. Atchison, Atchison; William
lllley, Nattonul Soldiers' home, Leaven
worth; Arthur I'dlrinun, Wakefield, Clay:
tieorge A Ilarber, Minneapolis, Ottawa;
Thomas li l'orreHter. Topeka, Shawnee;
Thomas Williams. Pittsburg, Crawford:
William P, Slates, .Uamntu, Lane; Paul
Haughinan, Wichita, Sedgwkk: Silas
Knight, Hartford, Ljon; Jeiomu c. Ityan.
Jefferson, Montgomery. nUr W, itose
berry. Mount Carmcl, Crawford, James M.
Krlels, Uelolt. Mitchell, Columbus r. llur
ney, Itantoul, franklin; Hllllurd (lalnes.
Haxter biirlnts, Cherokee: William II Ham
sey, Ctdarvale, Cbautauepia, Martin II.
Newhall. Kansas City. Wjandotte; Joel
Webster Johnson. lola Allen: Martin Ilrad
ford. Junction City, tleary; Abble Knann
Manhattan, lllley; Margaret Ilamllton, iSnl
Oklahoma Terrltor Paul Walker. To.
hee. Logan; David. Bhell, Wt-at I'olnt.
l'AntintDop.'s covKittNo of s.ooo.ooo
Itl'SHKi.S L'ALSKIt A 2c AUVANt'K.
Corn Was Alan Distracted and Mad an
Adrnnre nf 1 S-8c Oat Ualned 3-4e
and Provisions Were Plead?
and Mnde Slight (n.
Chlcniro, April 20. Enormous cover
ing by IVirdrltigo und other shorts sent
wheat tip nt a tllzry gait ngnln to
day. Tho market gained nbout 2 cents
per bushel since the close ester
tiny and on the curb nfter the
close of the session there was a
ettugglc for calls for Monday on Mny
wheat at from 61'o to 61c. Corn had 11
somewhat rlmllnr experience with wheat
nnd rose under It ISc per bushel, nnd
oats gained a4c. 1'rovlslons ruled dull
but firm and made moderate gains.
Whent oponcd with surprising
strength. The fact thnt Pardridge had
covered between 4,000,000 and 6,000,000
bushels of shorts jesterdny did not pre
vent people In the country from sitting
up to send night messnges to buy whent
nt the opening this morning. The pit
appenred to be full of buying orders
nt the start, nnd Instead of sellers of
May at GSUO&S'ie, ns at the close of
jesterdny's session, there were bujers
nt from 5S'6 to fJSsc. Under Btich con
ditions of the local holdings nn excited
nth mice In the 11 rut half hour vvns un
avoidable. The detnnnd for July was
tho most urgent It closed yesterday nt
69'sC, and In less than twenty minutes
It was bringing G0V4C, comparing that
with r.6lic. which It sold at on Monday
last, showing thnt the market Is doing
riulle well. I'ardrldge & Learning, whose
principal customer Is VA Pardridge,
bought freely of July. Ilosenkrnn, who
stood out on his short wheat through
vesterdnv's r.izrle, came In this morn
ing, nnd some buying In of wheat on
account of what they had bought of
l'.mlridge was done by two or three
houses with whom this speculator in
question had been slow In putting up
margins The local speculative condi
tions were the chief fnctors In the mar
ket Tho principal Item Is that practi
cally nil the available wheat east of the
llockles Is In Chicago and the dallv
nccrulng evidence that it !s needed both
for expott and home consumption. With
domestic and foreign millers In open
competition for it, the possibilities on
that account alone are not a pleasant
contemplation for the shorts The
week's cxiwrts vvere 3,105,000 bushels
from both coasts, compared with 2,934,
000 bushels on the week before. Primary
market receipts for the day were 203,
000 bushels, ng.ilnst 240,000 bushels a
ear ago. Country millers bought 20,000
bushels No 2 red here nt the May price
The shrewdest traders In the pit vvere
wofully deceived In the course of tho
market after its flrt lively advance to
Sac for Mny and COc for July. In the
last tvvent minutes of the session the
excitement vvns redoubled. May rose to
60c and July to Clc, nnd those were the
prices at the clc-e.
The corn market was also torn up by
the distracted condition of the shorts.
Captain Phillips was the most promi
nent local shott and commenced early
in the day to bu In short corn. St.
Louis followed latci, nnd with their
competition, added to limited offerings,
the inaiket became verv active and the
price shot up exeitcdl and closed with
Mav at 4"1c nnd July nt 4"i(
Oats developed considerable nctivlty
and a heavv business was transacted
Prices cloed at the high point of the
cl.iv The advance was principally the
result of .1 caie among shorts and buy
ing was heavy by nil. Wheat and corn
showed hiich extreme stiength they
vveie veiv Influential In marking out the
course of oats, although the firmness
was principally Independent May sold
finm -'Stc to Js3i72SI-jC. up to 21Bc and
closed there .Itilj started at 27&c, sold
up to 2Sc and rested at that pi ice.
Provisions were Htm but comparative
ly steadv At the close May pork had
gained i"c nnd ribs 2'..c Lard was prac
tlcillj unchanged The hog receipts
were 7 000 head I'or next w eek 100,000
are expected The strength came from
the, light hog receipts and the advance
in gialn .
MISSOURI SUPREME COURT.
lefferson City, Mo, April (Special)
The following were the proceedings .n the
supreme court to-da
Division No 1.
A D Harnes vs Kansas City Mantel
Compans , appeal dismissed
Thomas L Uildwln vs Isaac M. David
son, death of defendant suggested and mo
tion to revive cause tiled
Charles W Whitehead vs Mary A, Al
chlson, submitted on hrlef
T J Seehorn vs William M. Hall; ar
gued and submitted
Ilachcl Aelej vs Luranla Burnett; ar
gued and submitted
City of St. Joseph vs James Schen
ecker, motion to dismiss sustained.
Adjourned until May 14
Division No 2.
Mnry J. Ilnrt vs Charles It. Hicks; ar
gued and submitted.
Kansas City Milling Company vs. Thom
as Hilo , submitted
Iss Lamia vs John Cramer et al; sub
mitted on brief
J P Stephenson vs. Missouri Pacific
Hallway Company; argued and submitted
by appellant, submitted on brief by re
spondent Adjourned until 9am Monday.
Kdltnr Hudson's Law Adopted.
Micon, Mo, April 20 (Special) At a
special election held here to-day the new
local option ro.ad law was adopted by a
vote of 47S to V providing for the organ
ization of special ro id districts, The law
was drafted bj lldltor Hudson, of the Ma.
con Times, who spent six weeks at Jefier
son City to secure Its passage, and tils
was the first election held In the state 10
adopt the law having an emergency clause.
""to" CONTR AC1 oitS-We have some" iec-ond-haml
Inch and K Inch steel rope. In
first-class condition, which we will sell at
reasonable figures We have two pieces of
the t Inch rope 180 feet In length, one piece
of the i Inch rope 200 feet In length and a
few pieces from 30 to 40 feet long This rops
will be found to be very suitable and de.
slrable for contractors for use on tbelr
derricks, etc . etc
THD JOURNAL COMPANY.
hi: l kstati; Niiwa
Sills, Northup A Co sold forty feet In
Springfield place for J. II. Beebe to S. 1;
llson for tSOO.
K B DeLano bought of J. V. Meigs
thrltv -seven feet of ground In Dundee park
for J375. Sills, Northup & Co. made the
C, O D, BAHOAINS-New Home Sewing
machine with full set attachments, In per
fect condition, J10: beautiful oak bed room
suit, richly carved, large plate glass, cost
lt.0, used only three months, JJ7 SO, large
oak refrigerator, cost .', good us new
JUM. C. C) D STOHi:.
1213 CJrand ave.
PHIZIJ AD Selected by a committee of
newspaper men. Wanted A lot. not less
Ihan 1.000 feet: must come In pairs, te be
titled with De Vault-Greene Shoe Cos part,
nershlp, hand-sewed, welt shoes, at ll.Oi'.i
a foot. Inquire at 1116 Walnut.
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unless successful "International Law &.
Collection Association." 202 Nelson bldg.
HAVK YOU a fine watch out of order?
Take, It to Abnev, formerly, with Jae.
card a, 120UJ CJrand ave.; cleaning 7 and 11
Jewel watches. II: main spring. 11.
JAMKS 11ANNON. the architect, has re
eumed business, with olllces Temple block.
BAUNln.'ltS JL Whlle.1011 J-risthTrnv"
'phone i'M. llenttlng uud laying carpets a
ppeclalty; upholstering of all kinds; mat.
tresses renovated Herer to Dogtett D. O.
Co. and Root. Keith Fur. Co.
rvn VOll HPVPIIT .L'l mi ..
our free book, "How to Speculate Suc
cessfully." Pull Information about grain
and stock market. Comstock, Hughes &
Co., m Blaltu bide. Chlcaga. """
TO KXCHANOH-An elegant suburban
home, with orchard of 1,200 apple trees Just
coming Into bearing; also nn abundance of
peach, plum, cherr), pear, crab and quince
trees, straw berrls, raspberries, blackber
ries nnd half ncre of line grapes, 4i acres
of good land, part bluegrass pasture, 12
room, large brick houe, recently Improv
ed and modernised, 6 rooms with mantel
and grates, and the entire home heated by
furnace, two cisterns, two wells, birn, car
riage house, Ice house, poultr) house, cow
birn, tool house and separate brick house
for emplojesj fish pond: this beautiful
plice only 30 minutes' ride from Kansas
I'lly; adjoins good town of 3.M0 Inhibltants,
Unci schools nnd colleges; only 10 minutes'
walk to public squire or to depot: the prop
erty Is offered for sale or exchange lo set
tle nn estntn; price WW, will sell, or will
exchange for lirger well Improved farm In
Missouri. PHILIPS ft CO,
350 New Vork Life.
TO MXCHANOIJ-A man In town with
cash to turn loose and lots of It, too. List
jour Incumbered, burdensome properties
with us. We have choice out of town
properties and cash to exchange for cool
equities In city property. Don't care how
big they are. Let us hear about them.
n. S. TRUITT & CO., 12 U. 9th St.
TO KXCHAN0n-:iVncre welt Improved
fnrm, well located, short distance south
west of Kansas City, to exchange for
emiller farm In Southwest Missouri or
Northern Arkansas. PHILIPS CO,
S.-.0 New York Life.
TO i:.VCHANai-20) feet corner on
paved street and transportation business
nil around It In Roednle: want a few
acres not far from Kansas Cltv ; Jll per
foot only: chance for a bargain. II. L.
Johnson i Co , T21 N. Y. Life bldg.
TO KXCHANOi:-l,r0 cash and 20 foot
lot on Prospect, north of lth, for 8 rooms
and bath; convenient to cable.
C. I). PAHKllR, DUItlT.i: & CO
Mass. bldg,, Sth and Wall sts.
TO nXCHANOi: Lands nnd houses for
merchandise; equity In elegant residence
for land. Send for list. What have you?
WAI.LACU, 4"C Sheldlcy building.
SUPERFLUOUS hair, moles nnd ivnrts
permanently removed by electricity with
out pain or scar. This is the oldest estab
lished place of the West and the only one
that can give Kansas CltJ's leading ph
slclnns as reference. A guarantee from In
experienced operntor or a refund of moiey
Is of no avail If scarred for life I make
a specialty of this only. Consultation frr
and confidential Mrs Addle Randall,
rpclallst, room 426, Deardorft building,
1103 Mnln st
IN another column can be found the re
ceipt of Illmer Stewart for n pilr of shoes
offered bv us for the best want advertise
ment of our men's partnership hand-sewed,
$3 S. shoe" We repeat this offer, good tilt
June 15. Make jour nd short. DeVault
Greene Shoe Co . 1116 Walnut st.
PERSONAL 10,000 grocers, meat nnd pro
vision dealers, tr our "Cnsh Punch Card
Sstem" The great trade winner. Write
lor piriicuiars. aio agents w'antea to
canv is for us. Williams, Rldgway &. Co,
124 Noith Cth St., Philadelphia.
PL'RSONAL Ladies. 1 suffered for years
with weakness and disorders peculiar to
our sex 1 have been cured by a. safe, elm
pie, home treatment which I will send free
to sufferers. Mrs. S A. Roberts, Kendall
PIWONAI-Attentlon lidles! "Emma"
Rust Developer will cnlnrge jour bust 5
inches. Guaranteed Sealed Instructions
2c, or 24 page Illustrated catalogue Re, by
mall Umma Toilet llazar, Boston, Mass.
PERSONAL Superfluous hair removed
permanently by one application without
slightest Injury to the skin, much superior
to electric treatment end for free advice.
Curtis Co , ISO ?M st , Chicago
TACIAL HLUMISHUS, superfluous hair,
moles, wnrts, wrinkles, pimples, tan and
eczema permanently removes! Complexion
and i:iertrlcal Parlors, 400 New Ridge bldg
P13RSONAL Superfluous hair positively
removed forever wlinout slightest injurj ;
superior to electric needle, particulars free.
CUHTJS CO . 1S6 32d st., Chicago.
FOR SALE MISCELLA.tEOCS.
1 open top Iron tank, cap. about "00 gals.
1 closed iron tank, c ip. about 1,200 gals.
1 drill press, price Ji'i
2 emerj wheel m indrlls.
1 warehouse truck
Hollers tanks, smokestacks and nil
kinds of heavy plate lion work manu
factured and repaired Boiler castings of
the various classes supplied Will call and
see what is needed for our steam plant If
ou will iiclv l-c
OEORGi: LEA'S ROIDKR WORKS.
Tel 924 Nos 0 to 15 West Pront st.
POR SALE At bedrock price, a useful
housi hold pitent, a furniture caster; keeps
ants nnd oilier small Insects from climbing
furniture, warranted lo do the work thor
oughlj , does not infringe other patents.
Address Jonathan Elwood. Singer, Cal.
NEW PIANO used two months, parties
leaving the cltv will give time or would
trade for good lot. Call or address 1433
roil SALE Cheap: 6 head of hores, two
furniture cars and two coal wagons Call
at 2eJ Kansas ave, Kansas Cits, Kas.
POR SALE Rooming house, Jun fur
nished, evervthing new, full of roomers.
Call or address 113 West 0th st
TOR SAL1-New Victor blejele. W No
3 frame liberal discount, want higher
frame Room 402, 407 Main St.
POR SALE Stelnwav b iby grand piano,
almost good as new. Address W C13, Jour
FOR SALE Part or all of a steam well
grilling outfit. 202 Mass building.
.MOM'.Y TO mix,
TARM LOANS Nenr Kansas City. In
Missouri and Kansas; annual interest pa
able at borrower's home bank; money
ready. Loans also for sale.
JAMES L LOMBARD,
Over Plrst National bink
( AND C PER CENT money on business,
residence and farm property; unusually fa
vorable terms Apply to Homer Reed or
Theo Nash 1000 Broadway.op Coates house.
LOW INTEREST-Kansas CTty loans;
Improved property onlj Call or address
JAMES L LOMBMtD.
Over First National bank.
MONEY TO LOAN nt 1. 6 and 7 per
cent on real estate security
GEO. W BL'SH A. CO,
2 lb American Hank bldg.
TO LOAN-Jl.'OO at 7 per cent.
ELLIOTT &. McENTIRE,
318 American Bank bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN direct. 6 7 and 8 per
cent. Ii. L. JOHNSON &. CO ,
Telephone 1C17 N Y Life building.
TO LOAN Twelve hundred dollars at 6
per cent for five ears. Mil. ICE,
Telephone 1037. bOO Main.
TO LOAN Local mouej ; option to pay,
SEXTON SECURITY CO.. 718 Del. St.
ItlSAL KSTATI3 THASrKIIS.
of abstracts and examiners of land titles.
No. 1G East Sixth street, furnish dally the
transfers of real estate filed In the record,
er's olll V nt Kansas City, Mo,
Notice All transfers appearing In our
dally reports contain covenants of general
warrant, utiles otherwise stated,
Christ Frank and wife to Emily A.
Prank: lot 118, Altamont 1
State Realty Company to Hans Han
sen et al; part of the northwest
quarter of tho southeast quar
ter i.ectlon 27, township W, range
Wandal Crawfonl and wife to H,
Daniel 1'oweu; 101 3, diock a, win-
Held nlace S.000
Carrie M S Dickinson et al to
George P Coombcr; lot 8 and part
lot '. blocks 4 and 6, Brook!) n
heights , 3,000
J, V C, Karnes and wife to Jacob
Fritz; part lot 10. block t, Mun
ford & Fancher's addition j'oo
Peter A. Swenson and wife to Ida E.
Hickok; part lot 120, block 468,
Troost highlands , 1
Ida E. Hickok to Mary E. Swenson;
same ., .... 1
It II Snedeker und wife to Prank
Hde; lot 10, block O, Victor
plate ., ,,.., 2,000
Joseph Sharp and wife to J, C. Gil
mer: part lot 47, block 17, Smart's
third addition ..' .' , 1
S. W. Spangler et al to Hans Han
sen et al: part of tne northwest
quarter of the southeast quar
ter section 27, township f.0, range
Joseph' Sharp' Vo bu've'sha'fiiV'lot'B!
block N, Elmwood cemetery 1
J. C. Gilmer to same: part lot 47.
block 17, Smart's third addition .... 1
TUB Kansas City Metal Roofing & Cor-ru-atln-
Co., 1W ttulldK fix. TcL Ufs.
IP VOU want n. tilth manned nni hnt
will lend ou lo success In business, call
tho most reliable nnd trustworthy
medium nnd clairvoyant now In
ur city. Ills advice on business mat
ters and domestic affairs will be found
perfectly reliable. All who nre In trouble,
doubt, or nre hcirtslck nnd undecided
nbout affairs, of life, should not fall to
consult th doctor. Sitlsfnctlon guaran
teed. Letters containing stamp promptly
answered. Parlors, UK Oak.
MRS. L. JA.MLS, th well known tlalr
volant and trance medium, may b con
stilled Bt 1200 Orind ave.t parlors 39 and 44
President., Vice President.
U. I. ItARttlS,
MIDLAND TRANSPUR CO -Freight
and baggage transferred to and from all
depots, Purnlture moved nnd packed by
experts. 407 and 400 Wjandotte St., Kan
as City. Mo. Telephone 1517.
HUMOVAI-H. L. Johnson & Co, real
etnte nnd loans, have removed to No. T21
New York Life building. Telephone 1617.
II. L. JOHNSON & CO.
(First publication April llfh. IMS )
NOTICE OP TRUSTEE'S SALE 'he
as, en January 7th, u, Henr Rose, and
Dora Rose, his wife, made, executed and
delivered their deed of trust for the pur
pose of securing the pament of one bond
for the euin of 13 WO In said deed of trust
described, wherein the conveved to the
undersigned, David 11. Ettlin, trustee, the
following described real estate, situated In
tho count) of Jackson and state of Mis
souri, to-wlt: The west thlrt) -three and
one-third (31'4) feet off the east one hun
dred (10") feet off tho rnst ends of lots num
bered thlrtv-slx (ii), thlrt) -live (3Ti), thlrt
four (311, thlrtj-tlueo (.13), and the south
half of lot No thirty-two (12), In block No.
six (6), In Dundee place, nn addition to the
City of Kansas (now Knnsns Fit)), MIs
Rrtiirl. necnrdlnir to the recorded tilnt there
of, together with all the Improvements
thereunto belonging; nnd, whereas, on tho
15th dny of January, 1JB, nt 3 ;c o'clock p.
m , ald deed of trust was duly recorded In
book 11 No. 33S. at page 2s of the records
of said Jackson countv. Missouri, and,
whereas, said deed of trust provides that
upon non-pnment of the debt secured bv
said deed of trust by the makers thereof,
the property therein described may be sold
by the trustee fot the purpose of raising
the money to pa the debt thereby secured,
nnd. whereas, said Indebtedniss is now
past dun nnd unpaid, now, Iheiefore. pub
lic notice is hereby given that I, the under
signed, David 11 Ettlen, the trustee named
In said deed nf trust, under nnd b) virtue
of tho nuthorlty vested In me by said deed
of trust, at the request of the owner of
said bond, will proccd to st 11 the above
described real estate, at public vendue, to
the highest bidder, for cash, at the south
front door of the new county court houe
In Kan'as City. Missouri, being the build
ing In Kansas Cltv, Jnckson county. Mis
souri. In which tho circuit court of said
countv Is now held, on Saturday, the 4th
day of May, ISM. between the hours of 3
o'clock In the foienoon nnd B o'clock In thn
afternoon of raid dny. for the purpose of
raising the money to pay the amount of said
Indebtedness, and Insurant c pn mluin paid
by tho owner nnd holder of said bond, w Ith
Interest and costs of executing this trust.
DAVID 11 ETT1EN, Trustee.
Ferrr Small. Attornejs
TRUSTEE'S SALE Whereas, Charles A.
Bcardshy, unmarried, by his deed of trust,
dated June 1st, lfio, acknowledged June
4th, IS1), and recorded June 4th. IS'0, in
book H No 420, at page 1"9, of the records
of deeds, in tho ofllce of recorder of deeds
In and for Jackson count), state of Mis
souri, at Kansas City, convejed to the un
dersigned, Jeremlih T Dew, as trustee,
tho following described real estate situate
In Jackson county and state of Missouri,
to-wlt. An undivided one-half O) of lot
numbered twenty-nine (21), In block num
bered two (.'), of Armfleld's addition an
addition to tho City of Kansas (now Kan
sas Clt)), as the said lot is marked and
designated upon the plat of said addition
now on file and of record In the olllce of
recorder of deeds In nnd for said Jnckson
county, state of Missouri, which said deed
of trust was given lo secure pa ment of
the certain promissory note therein de
scribed and, whereas, the said note Is
long past due. and. together with all Inter
est accrued thereon, remains unpiid, and
default has been made In tho pa) ment
thereof, now, therefore, public notice is
heieb) given that under and by virtue of
the power and authority in me vested by
tho terms of said deed of trust, and In pur
mi nice of thn provisions thereof, and at
tho request of the legal holder nnd owner
of snld note I. Jen inlah T. Dew, the un
dersigned trustee will pioceed to sell, and
will sell, tho "aid above descilbed real
estate, nt the west front door of the cus
tom houe and pnstolllee building, situnte
at southeast coiner of Ninth nnd Wal
nut streets, In Kansas Cltv, in tho county
of Jackson and state of Missouri, to the
highest bidder, for cash, at public vendue,
on Tuesday, the 23rd day of April, 1SS3, be
tween the houis of nine o'clock In the fore
noon and five o'clock In tho afternoon of
said day, to pay off and sntlsfy the said
Indebtedness and costs and expenses of
executing this trust.
JEREMIAH T DEW. Trustee.
tiated Kansas City. Mo . March 2Sth, 1S93
TRUSTEE'S SALE Whereas. George
Hi nr) Michaclls. and Louise Mlchaell", his
wife b) their deed of trust, dated the
22d day of .March. 1Sj3, and recorded In the
otllce of the recorder of deeds In Jackson
count), Missouri, at Kansas City, on the
llrst da) of Mny, 1SH3, in book H C33. at page
30, did conve) to the undersigned trustee
tho following described real estate, situ
ated In the county of Jackson and state of
Missouri, to-wlt I.ot numbered two (2),
In Dickson place, an addition to Kansas
City, in trust, to secure the pa) ment of
the promissory note. In said deed described,
with Interest as therein described, and also
the pa) ment, ns therein described, of cer
tain dues nnd fines as therein set forth;
and whereas, default was made In the
Tiavment of tl.e interest as flier. In de.
scribed ns well as of the des and fines ufoce-
said.for the period of more than six months
after the said dues, fines and Interest be
came due and pi) able, by reason whereof,
under the provisions of said deed of trust,
the said note has aWo become due and
pi) able, nnd the same, together with said
dues, tines nnd Interest, remain due and
unpaid, now. therefore, at the requet of
the legal holder of said note, and In ac
cordance with the provisions of said deed
of trust, I. as said trustee, will, on Mon
day, the 13th day of May 1SD3. between the
hours of nine o'clock a m nnd five o'clock
p m , at the south front door of the county
court house In Kansas City, Jackson
county, Missouri, expo-e to sale and sell
to the highest bidder, for cnsh, the above
described real estate at public vendue, to
satisfy the debt aforesaid and the costs
of this trust. JAMES SCAMMON,
WHEREAS. Crls Stephan and Hellena
Stephan, his wife, by ihelr deed of trust,
dated January 13th, J SSI. and recorded on
January 2uih, UJI, In the recorder's cilice
of Jackson count), itile of Missouri, ut
Independence, in book 1JO, at page 467, con
ve)ed to W. 11. Holke, as trustee, the fol
lowing real estate, situated In said county,
viz, lots nlnr, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen,
fourteen, llfteen, sixteen and seventeen,
ull In block eleven. In the town of Uuck
ner, to secure the pa) ment of thy promis
sory nolo In said deed described, and de
fault has been mnde In the pa) ment of
said note and the said trustee has refuted
to sell said real estate, now, therefore, by
virtue of the power to him given by said
deed of trust and at the request of the
legal holder of said note the undersigned
sheriff of said count) will sell said real
estato at public vendue to the highest bid
der, for tash, at the court houte doer, In
the city of Independence, tn said count),
on Thursda), the luh da) of May, 115.
between the hours of 9 o'clock a m and
I o'clock p in, of said da), to pay said debt
and the cost of executing the trust.
JOHN I' O'NEILL, Sheriff.
PROPOSALS for the trectlon of the new
brick cottuge und brick school, building
on the giouiid of the State Industrial Homo
ior uiris, ui wmincuwie, 10. umce or the
Statu industrial Home for Girls, Chilli,
collie. .Mo, April Utli, 1WJ. Sealed bids
will b received at the ofllce of the
secretary until 9 o'clock a. m. on May 10th.
UW, for tho erection of a brick cottage,
ulso a brick school building, on the ground
of the fatute Industrial Homo for Girls, at
Chllllcothe, Mo. Plans and specifications
muy be been at tho ofllce of the home In
Chllllcothe, Mo. Each bid shall be ac.com.
punted by a certlllul check In the sum of
J300, pa)ublo to W. II. Slpple, treasurer, to
Insure entering Into contract If same is
awarded. Bond will be required for full
performance of contract. Right reserved
to reject any und all bids. By order of the
board T. It YATES. President.
FMMA M. GILBERT. Secietary.
meeting op stockholders-no.
tlce Is hereby given that by virtue of a
warrant to me Issued by W. C. L'bert,
Justice of the peace, 1 have called the an
nual rot lng of the Alliance Trust Com.
pany, ut the otllce of the com.
fiany, In the Keith & Ferry build,
nr. t the southwest corner of
Ninth ind Walnut atreets, In Kansas
City. Missouri, on Tuesday, April 23. 1835.
at sin o'clock a. m , for the purpose of
electlnr directors ef tat company and the
transaction of such ether business as may
properly come before the stockholder"
meeting. J. II. STEWART. Stockholder,
JUJUaf ". MO., Asm U. 1196.
. (First publication, April llth, 9S )
notice of trustee's sale where
as, on Mny 13th, 15 , Laura A. Freeman
and Charles W. Freeman, her husband,
made, executed and delivered their deed
of trust, for the purpose of securing the
pa) ment of on bond for the sum of forty
Ave hundred dollars UI.500W), with Interest
coupons attached, named In said deed of
trust, wherein they conve) ed to tho un
derslgned, David II. Ettlen, trustee, the
following described real estate, situated in
the county of Jackson nnd state of. Mis
souri, to-wlt: Lot number six 16), of block
number one (I), In the resurvey of block
number one (1), In P. S. Brown's addition
to the City of Kansas (now Kansas .Clt) ).
Missouri, according to the recorded plat
thereof, together with all tho Improve
ments thereunto belonging, and, whereas,
said deed of trust was on the 13th dny of
May, lfc!i, at 4. o'clock p. m., duly re
corded In book It 421, at page 17. of the
records of said Jackson county, Missouri,
and, whereas, it Is provided In nald bond
and deed of trust that, If the said Laura
A. Freeman and Charles W. Freeman shall
tall to pa), or cause to be paid, an) of the
Interest coupons attached to said bond nt
the time the enmo become due and pay
able, then tho whole amount of said bond
shall at once become due nnd pa) able,
without notice! and, whereas, tho said
Laura A. Freeman and Chnrlcs W. Tree-
mfth linu. rnlle.l tn ttnv. nr cause lo be
paid, the Interest coupons attached to said
bond which became due and pa) able on
the first day of May, 1891 (except a pay
ment of llo 10 on account thereof), and the
first day of November, H9I, wherefore the
whole amount of said bond Is now due
nnd pa)nble. under the terms of snld bond
nnd deed of trust: now, therefore, publlo
notice Is hereby given that I, the under
signed. David II. Ettlen, the trustee named.
In slid deed of trust, under and by virtue
of the authority vested In me by Slid deed
of trust, nt the request of the legil holder
and owner of slid bond, will proceed to sell
the nbove described renl estate at public
vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash, at
the south front door of the new county
court house In Knnsis City, Missouri, be
ing the building In Kansas city. Jackon
county, Missouri, In which the circuit court
of snld county Is now held, on Saturday,
the 4th dav of May. A. n. lRi", between
the hours of 1 o'clock In the forenoon nnd
f. o'clock In the afternoon of sild day, for
the purpose of raising the money to pay
the nmount of snld bond, with Interest nnd
tixes pild bv the owner nnd holder of
snld bond, nnd the costs nf executing this
trust. DAVID II F.TTIEN, Trustee.
1 erry .- smin. Attorneys.
WIIKHI3AS. Frank O. Sutton and Annie
E Sutton, his wife, by their certain deed
of trust, dated the th day of March, A. D.
W8S, and nied for record the 7th day of
March, A. D. 1JS0. and recorded in book
"B" No. 854, at page , In the otllce of th
recorder of deeds tor Jackson coun
ty, In Kansas Clt), Missouri, con
veyed to tho undersigned trustee
ta.ll of lot nine (9), In block one m, In James
Uoodln place, nn addition to Kansas City,
Jackson county, Missouri, to secure the
pa) ment of one principal promissory note
and Interest coupons thereto attached, as
In said deed of trust described, and, where
as, said principal note became due the
tith dny of March, A. D. 1814. the time for
the payment of said principal note waa
extended two )esrs from March Sth, ISM
making said principal not fall due under
such extension March the Oth, A. D. 1S96,
and, whereas, the interest for the said
two )ears, the term of said extension, was
evidenced b) four interest notes executed
by the then owner of the said real estate,
and, whereas, one of said Interest notes Is
now due and unpaid, therefore, in conse
quence of the default of the pa) ment of
said Interest note, said principal note Is
now declared due and payable; therefore,
at the request of the legal holdtr and own
er of the said principal note, I, a, c. Bow
en, by virtue of the power given me by
said deed of trust, will proceed to sell the
above described real estate at public auc
tion to the highest bidder, for cash, be
tween tho hours of 9 o'clock In the fere
noon and S o'clock In the afternoon of
Tuesday, the 23d day of April, A. D 1895.
at the west front door of the United States
custom house, In Kansas City, Jackson
rounty, Missouri, to satisfy the said In
debtedness and the cost of executing this
trust. D. C. BOWEN, Trustee.
Dated March SOth. A. D. 1S95.
WHEREAS. Frank O. Sutton and Annie
E Sutton, his wife, by their certain deed
of trust dated the 6th day of March, A. D.
1SSD, and filed for record the 7th day of
March. A. D 18, and recorded In book
"B No ST.', at page 633, in the ofllce of the
recorder of deeds for Jackson county, at
Kansas Clt), .Missouri, conve) ed to the
undersigned trustee all of lot eight (S) and
west E feet of lot seven (7), In block one
(1), In James Goodln place, an addition to
Kansas City, Jackson county, Missouri,
to secure the payment of one principal
promissory note and Interest coupons there
to attached, as In said deed of trust de
scribed; and, whereas, said principal note
became due .March the Cth. A. D. 15D4. the
time for the pa) ment of said principal
not was extended two )ears from March
bth, 1894, making said principal note fall
due under such extension March the Bth,
A. D 1W6, and, whereas, the Interest for
the said two years, the term of said ex
tension, was evidenced by four interest
notes executed by the then owner of said
real estate, and, whereas, one of said In
terest notes Is now due and unpaid, there
fors. in consequence of the default In tho
pa ment of said Interest note.sald principal
note Is noiT declared due and pa) able
therefore, at the request of tha legal hold
?r AnUow"er ot "e snld principal note.
I. D. C. Howen. by virtue of the power
Riven me by said deed of trust, will pro
ceed to sell the above described real estate
at public auction to the highest bidder, for
cash, between the hours of 9 o'clock In
the forenoon and S o'clock afternoon ot
Tuesday, the 23d day of April. A. D. 1E5.
at the west front door of tho United States
custom housei Kansas City. Jackson
county. Missouri, to satisfy the said In
debtedness and the cost of executing this
trust. D. c BOWEN. Trustee
Dated March 30th, A. D. 1S93. "'""
TRUSTEE'S SALE By reason of default
In the pa) ment when duo of principal and
Interest of a promissory note made and
executed by James It. Anderson, and de
scribed In and secured by a deed of trust
dated August 17th, 1SS9, recorded August
17th, 18S9, In book "11" No. 308. at pago
614, in the ofllce of the recorder of deeds
for Jackson county, Missouri, at Kansas
Clt), I will, pursuant to said deed of trust,
at tho request of the legal holder and
owner of said note, between the hours of
nine o'clock In the forenoon and five
o'clock in tho afternoon of Monday, tha
29lh day of April, 1893, at the court house
door In the city of Kansas City, Jackson
county, Missouri, said court house door be
ing the south front door of the state cir
cuit court house, hltuated on the north side
of Missouri avenue, between Oak and Lo.
cust streets, In said Kansas City, Missouri,
sell the following described real estate.elt
uate In the county of Jackson and state of
Missouri, being the real estate described
In said deed of trust: A certain tract or
tracts of land located partly In section 86,
township 10 N range S3 W and partly In
section 31, township to N., range 33 W.,
Jackson county. Missouri, bounded as fol
lows: On the north by the right of way
ot the Kansas City and independence
Rapid Transit Company; on the east by
the Big Blue river, and on the south ami
west by the center line of Goose Neck
creek, as shown by plat annexed to said
deed ot trust, at publlo vendue to th
highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy said
note and the Interest due thereon, and too
coat of executing this trust.
OLIVER H. DEAN, Trvutae.
MEETINO OF STOCKHOLDERS-NO-tlce
Is hereby given that by virtue of a
warrant to me Issued by W. C, Kbert,
Justice of the peace, 1 have called the an
nual meeting of the City Real Estato Com
pany, at the otllce of the com.
pany. In the Keith & Perry build
Ing, at the southwest corner st
Ninth nnd Walnut streets. In Kansas
City. Missouri, on Tuesday, April 23. 1195,
at nine o'clock a, m., for the purpose of
electing directors of the company and the
transaction of such other buslnese as may
nroperly come before the stockholders'
meeting. E 11. CRUTCHER, Stockholder.
k'unsaa City, Mo , April li, U9a,
MEETINO OF BrOCKHOLDErtS-No-lice
Is hereby given that by virtue of a
warrant to me Issued by w. c. Eberl
Justice of the peace, I have called the an
nual meeting of the Valley Loan and
Trust Company. at the ortlce of
tl.e company, In the Keith & Perry
building, at the southwest comer of
Ninth and Walnut streets. In Kansas
City. Missouri, on Tuesday, April 23 1836
at nine o'clock a. m . for the purpose ol
electing directors of tha company and the
transaction of such other business as may
properly come before the stockholders'
meeting. J II. STEWART. Stoelcholder.
Kansas City, Mo . April II, MM,
MEETINO OF STOCKHOLDERS N.
tlce Is hereby riven that by virtue of a
warrant to urn Issued by W. O, Ebert,
Justice of the peace, I have tailed the an.
nual meeting of the Investors' Com.
pany, ut the otrlce of tho com
pany, In the Klth & Perry build.
Ins, t . the southwest corner ol
Ninth and Walnut streets. In Kansas
City, Missouri, en TuesJay, April 23, 190,
at nine o'clock , m , for the purpose 01
electing directors of the company and the
transaction of such other business as may
properly come hefore tha otookholders'
tneetlnr. H. MATEHR, Bteckholdaf
KtUUU City, Ut.. Ajrll li im. '
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umn, leave, second column, nrrlve.
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Trains, Leave. Arrive.
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Leave Tuesdays, Thursda) s and Satur
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(Irnnd Ave. Depot, 2"nd St,
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A Si. PAUL.
Chicago piss xD.OOam S'1.1 pm
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Depots Second and Wyandotte and Sec
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ID TRANSIT RAILWAY COMPANY
Depots Fifteenth street station, Twelfth
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Of 1322. All Depots.
The Depot Carriage and Baggage
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.... Prompt nnd Reliable.,,,,,
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(Tlrst Publication April llth, 1S05.)
NOTICE OT TRUSTEE'S SALE Where
as, on July 1st, tSUJ, the City Heal Estata
Company made, executed and delivered
Its deed of trust, for the purpose of secur
ing the payment of one bond for the sum
t ona thousand dollars (t 1,000 CO), with In
terest coupons attached named In said
deed of trust, wherein It conve) ed to tha
undersigned, David II, Ettlen, trustee, tha
following described real estate, hltuated in
tho county ot Jackson and state of Mis
souri, to-wlt: The east eighteen end one
eighth (UU) feet of lot No. thirty-three (33),
of Woodland Place, an addition to the City
of Kansas (now Kansas City), Mlseourf,
according to the recorded plat thereof;
and whereas, said deed of trust was, on
July tith, IkHJ. ut 4:43 o'clock p. m , duly
recorded In book B 508, at page 292, of tha
records of said Jackson county, Missouri;
and whereas. It Is provided In eald bond
and deed of trust that. If the said City Heal
Estate Company shall fall to pay, or causa
to be paid, any of the Interest coupons at
taabed to said bond at tha time the same
become due and pa) able, then the whole
amount of said bond shall at once become
duo and payable, without notice; and
whereas, the said City Heal Estate Com
pany has failed to pay, or cause to be paid,
tha Interest coupons attached to said bond,
which became due and payable on tha
llrst da)a ef January, 1M3: July, 18DJ: Jan
uary, liW: July, 18S4, and January, 1895, re
epectlvely, wherefore the whole umount
of said bond Is now due and payable, un
der the terms ot said bond and deed of
trust; now, therefore, publlo notice Is
hereby given that I. tho undersigned. Da
vid II. Ettlen, tho trustee named In said
deed of trust, under and by virtue of tha
authority vested In me by said deed of
trust, at the request of tha legal holder and
owner of said bond, will proceed to sell
the above described real estate at publla
vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash at
the south front door of tha ntw countr
court house, In Kansas City. Missouri be
ing the building In Kansas City, Jackeon
county, Missouri. In which the circuit court
ot said county Is now held, on Saturday
tha 4th day of May A. V. UK. between
the hours of 9 o'clock In the forenoon and
t o'clock In the afternoon ot said day for
the purpose of raising the money 10 ' tav
the amount of said bond, with InteraaL'
and the costs of executing this trust
DAVID II. ETTIEN, Trustee
Fernr 1 Small, Attorneys. iTunt
a WOTICB TO BTOCKHOLDERS-Notlca
to tha stockholders ot the Grand Ave,,I
Hallway Company Is hereby ilventmu 1
meeting of auch stoekholders will bi he)S
at the office of eald coinpan,N0. hm ar"c'3
avenue, In Kansas City Mlssourlon sitl
urdav, the llrst day of Juue, A. D. ime .
9 o'clock a. in, for the purpose of "eili? j
upon the following propositions:
I. To Increase tha capital stock of v.n
tmount. to 15,300 000. ' " Prl
t. Tor the transaction of aucn other b.i
m m oar U breut-ht before ,uehroi;
aM.91j7t.M. March t. UK
WALTON H. HOLMES PrVM -