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TIIK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. THUK8DAY, APRIL 25, 1805.
ANOTHER LETTER FROM 6, C,
it ts saii tiik rnr.siimvr will is-
80IJ AMiTllllll IINAMJIAL III'ISTLU.
In II He Will Endeavor In Throw Light on
ill Chicago i:(Torl Secretary Martini
Interview null n former
One lijr t'nrllelc.
WnMilnRton, April 21 (Special.) A
member of the cabinet said to-dny that
tho president woliM write nnother let
ter on ilnnnces, tho occasion bclni? tho
Memphis) mcctlntr. According to this
nuttinrlty Mr. Cleveland will nvnll him
pelt of tho opportunity tn explain hln
Chicago letter. Tho Inilellnlto e.xpres
nlotis about "sound mono" nnd "anfo
currency" which have produced so much
comment, even loading Secretary Mor
ton Into trouble, are to bo explained nnd
lilnde clear to tho people.
A close friend of nnother member of
the cabinet has ndvnnced nnother Idea,
lie eas tho ptesldotit wanted to lenvo
the matter v.iriio nnd Indellnlte Just as
he did In tho CIiIciiko letter, and this
cnued him to take extraordinary steps
to shut off any further effort to an
notate his letter by Secretary Morton.
Theie Is a bit of Intel otlnR history
connected with what l icferred to as u
"liiutnl slap" at .Secietary Moiton. Tho
clrciimstmiccs sui rounding the disa
vowal made by the president of the
Morton Intel view nio slmllnr to those
In connection with n declination of Sec
retary CurlMo's In favor of icdeomlng
treasury notes In silver two yean ngo.
At that time Mr. Carlisle's utterance
bad been public property for two iIii)h
before tho president made hla disavow al.
In the present case Mr. Morton's state
ment wan Klvcn out Saturday morning
nnd pi luted In the afternoon papers,
hlle tho piesldont's disavowal was not
made until latuMnmlay evening. In the
case of Mr. Caillsle's utteianco on the
Bllvcr question It was believed he rep
lesented views In which the president
bad practically conetured, but the
prompt nppeainnco beiu of Plerpnnt
Morgan and llroker lienodlct. and the
large number of letters and dispatches
the president ieeeled Inillgminlly pro
testing ngnlnst Mr. Carlisle's utterances
canst d Cleveland to publicly disavow
the Carlisle statement, and declare that
It did not icpiescnt the views of tho ad
ministration. In tho ease of tho Morton "Interview"
the elrcumstailcs are also peculiar,
Mr. Cleveland's lecent letter to the Chi
cago committee of citizens spoke In
favor of "sound money" nnd "safe cur
reiicy." Tbeie was much criticism of
tho president's utteionce because it was
not more dellnltc and did not state
what he meant by "sound money." On
Vrld'iy there was n cabinet meeting at
which the silver question was discussed
The day befoie Secretary Morton bad
written a letter to n friend In Xebiaska
in which ho lepllcd to some of the
criticisms on the president's letter, and
nisei decl.ued his belief In a gold stantl
nid and disbelief In the probability of
nn International agreement on the silver
question. After the cabinet meeting on
Friday Mr. Morton took the letter he
bad written to his friend and made It
tho basis of n. formal "Intel view," which
he sent to tho newspapers for publica
tion SnUtidny afternoon. It Is hardly
probable that Mr. Morton would have
done that and snugiu to cpinltt vvn.it
'he president meant by "sound money,"
if he had not felt that he was correctly
leptesontlng the views of the president
ns expiessed at the cabinet meeting on
Theie Is evidence that Mr Moiton did
titter what be bad heard at the White
House Among this evidence Is an ed
itoilal In the Philadelphia Ledger, the
menacing editor of which Is a well
km mi pciMin.il filond of the president,
nnd ho was in Washington last week.
In that edltnilal Mr. Moiton was le
feried to as "presumably speaking for
the administration," and it was further
stated that "Soctotniy Morton is not
alone among the high olllclals of the
ndmlnlstiatlon In holding nnd expiess
ing the opinion'-, or i.Uhor, convictions,
of the president with legatd to this
xltnl subject "
It Is hnrdlv piolnble that the ptesl
dent'i, most Intimate newspaper fiiend
nnd a member of his cabinet would both
be so far astiiiy as to the piesldent's
opinions on this subject. Compti oiler
I2ckels said to-day that the people
would, lip thought, come aiound to the
gold stnndaiil. If Sccietnry Moiton mls
iepiesented the president, why did not
Mr. Cleveland make his disavowal S it
tirdaj afternoon, when he saw tho Inter
view In the Washington evening news
impels'' The Intel view was generally
necepted heio al that time as correctly
representing the piesldent's views, and
c insert much comment on that account
Wide attention was called to tho Intei
views in the papeis of .Sunday morn
ing. The question generally asked. Is:
"Why did the piesldent delay until this
lato date and hour to disavow an Inter
view which he saw pi luted In the news
papeis Saturdn) afternoon? Why is he
so indignant in nis uisavovvai or an in
terview fifty-two hours after he saw the
interview printed In the newspapers''"
An cxplnnithm given by a prominent
Uemoei.it and a fiiend of the president
is that the White llouso was deluged
with letteis and telegi.uus calling on
tho piesldeiit to lepudlate the Moiton
interview, or else the administration
would be repudiated In every Demonrntlo
convention In the South and West
These lepresentatlons camo fiom many
pionilnent men in the Demociatlc part),
that theie Is no doubt that the presi
dent realUed that a great mistake bad
That a great deal of h.um to tho nd
mlnlstiatlon's side had been done by
tho Mot ton Interview, Is admitted by
nil advocates of bl-metnlllsin. Tho freo
sliver men have been asserting nil over
the South and West that the talk about
bl-metalllsm, by means of an Intel na
tional ngieemeut, Is meiely a clonk to
cover a purpose to put tho country
squaiely on a gold basis,
A member of tho president's cabinet,
Fpi-aklug In tho way ho has done, fur
nishes pi oof to coulliin, as far as the
ndmlnlstiatlon Is concerned, theso as
perilous. Tile plain fact Is tlint Secretary Mor
ton covered the leal meaning and ulti
mate puiposo of tho president, but this
having been given to the nubile, and tho
president being assured by his coterie
of financial and political manipulator
in New Voik that Motion's statement
would mllltnto against their futuio
schemes on tho countiy, ho concluded to
dump Morton In his old-timo fashion
for political gain.
Secretary Morton pretends to cast the
thing aside, lightly, but It is plain that
lie feels deeply the scapegoat role Cleve
land has tluown hlin In.
Electrical Impruvciiiriite In Atililtnn,
Atchison, Kas.. April 2l.-(Sneclal.) The
Atchison Hlectrlo Lighting Company has
decided to make improvements to its plant
to the extent of 20,0ew, and has ordered a
600-hor$e power Corliss engine, In addition
tu tha three already In operation. Also a
2.000 Incandescent lighter. In addition to
ihoo already in use, and a new boiler.
Woilc on a lame addition to the power
house of the company was begun to-day,
Theie Is a rumor that the action of the
company In putting in a GOO-horse power
engine means that It will build a rival
tlreet railway, in opposition to the plant
now In operation, J. P, Drown, principal
owner In the company. Is reticent In regard
to the purpose of the Improvements,
New Dining Cur Service,
It Is a pleasure to note tho addition of
another Important feutuie to the already
competent train service of the Nickel Plate
road. The dining car service of this popu.
Jar low rate line has recently been uug
mented, by which dinner will be neryed
on train No. 6, leaving Chicago at 2 p. m.
dally, and breakfast and dinner on train
No. i, leaving Chicago dally at 920 p. m,
with direct connections for New York and
Iloston. Ilreakfast and dinner will be serv
ed on train No. 5, arriving in Chicago at
i 25 p. m. from New York and Iloston.
For full Information regarding routes,
rates, maps, folders, etc., address your
nearest ticket age.,t or y CAlMlAN
Oeceral Agent, Chicago, 111.
-THE TRIUMPH OF LOVE
is HArrv, iitt:iTi't)i, makuiaoe.
Kterr Jinn Who Wonbl Knim Hit
(Irnml Truths, tlm I'lnln Fne-ta, thl
2Xivt llNriivrrlm of Mnllral .xrlenre
ns Applied to Mnrrlnt Lite, Who
Wnnlil Alone for I'nut I'.rrnr nnd
Avoid Knlitre I'ltfntla, Should Venire
the Womlrrfnl Little Hook Cntlril
"Complete tttnnliiioiti unit llovr tn At
"Hero at Ut Is Information from a nigh
medical "outre, that must work wonders with
this generation of men "
1 lie liok full) decrlle method by which
to attain full v Igor and manly power.
A method by which tu cud all unnatural
ilralnsun tho oystcm.
To cure ncrv otincs, lack of telf-control, a
loevrlwinu'n a Juled nnd worn invturo for
one ef brightness, buoj nney nnd powrr.
To cure forever cllectnot eice!e!i,ovcrwork,
To glvofull strenath, ilovelopment nnd ton
to i very poitlen mid orpin of the lmdy.
Ago mi barrier. Falluro linpc'sslule. Two
The book Is purely medlenl nnd fclcntldc,
li-cltss to eurlo-lty itckirs, invaluublu to men
only who mcl It.
, Ailrialrlng m.in,vvho Ind applied to us,
roon nfler vrnte:
"Well, I tell ou that flrft day Is one I'll
never forget. I Jut bubbled with Joy. I
vinnted to hug overjlunly and tell themtnv
edit at If hnil died jetenluy. and mynewtclf
was born to-dny. Why illdn't sou tell me
when I UrH wroto tint 1 wouU llndltthls
And another thus:
"If 3011 dumped n eart load of gold ntmy
fictlt would not bring hucIi r.lailncsslni'iinjr
life ns j our inct bnd has done."
Wrltotnthu Kltli: .VIK1IICAI, COVII'aNY,
Dutlalo, X. V., nnd ak for the llttlo liook
rilled ''COMPI.nri: MANHOOD " llefcrto
this paper, nnd Ibe rnmpany iromlestofcenil
tho bonk, tn sealed cm clone, without any
marks, and entirely free, until It is well Intros
l'lmsiJIM-. A 1KAI.V ItDllltKK.
t'osso nf Cttlrens After IttltTlllillI, Who tte
lently l:Heiipnl rrmn jloouvltlo .Intl,
llumnnsvllle. Mo, April 24 (Special.)
The notorious train robber. Huffman, who
escaped fiom Jail at lloonvllle some time
ago, has for several davs been surrounded
In the brush neat llcrmltnge. Hickory
count). He eluded his puisuers, cirrlng
a wound In Ids side and arm Vesteiday
Deputv t'nlted States Marshal Hums and
Dcputv. Sheriff (Jr.intley, of Orec no county,
pa"ed through hue for Collins, eight
miles north, where Huffman had been seen
the dav before. Mr. Hums returned to
Springfield the s mie evening to secure
bloodhounds to tiace htm through the hills
This morning Intelligence was received of
Hultinnn three miles south of Ibis city,
having passed In the night Deputy Shei
Iffs (Ji.miley and Hapgooil ,iwl a posse of
citizens are In pursuit and his captuic Is
Mirrllge !.!rns Issued.
The following couples were jestcrday
licensed to wed:
riiienoe rullei, K insns City. Mo 21
Lonil llruce. K msas Clt, Mo 2J
William M. Hawkins, Kansas City Mo. ..22
Alta I.. Colenar, Kansas City, .VIo 21
Chntles W. liairleklow, Coffey vllle, Kas 2.!
Clara 13. Divls, Arbeka, I T IS
;ilss Wnnnmuker. .Vllnml county Kas....'jil
Anna Hobbs, Kansas City, .VIo IS
John H Peters. Ottumwa. la 2!
Dalsj Hurtou, Slgnuriiey, la 1$
Heniy Hojm.in. Kansas City. .VIo 21
Tlllie Nettcr, Kansas City, .VIo 20
Liu kin C Slewait. Kansas City. Mo 3Q
Jlamle I!. Jones, Kans.is City, .VIo 2i
Merldeth Zinialt, Kansas City, -VIo 2S
Nancy J Crutchfleld, Kansas City, Mo.. .22
I'red A. Itlch.inl"on, Kansas City, Mo. ..24
Vllvalee Hussell, Kansas City, Mo 21
William J. H. Ciiblue, Knnsas City, Jlo..2l
Liura It.ubei, K nuias City, .VIo 22
.lack T. Price, Kansas City, .VIo 21
Mary Owens, Kansas City, Mo 21
The following births were reported to
the health department jpsterdny:
Dysirt, f.eorge and Hattle; boy; 12t
tli.ind avenue: April 22.
Thompson, 11 O nnd Kate; girl; 20i3
Prospect; April 21.
Colton. J. H. and M. A ; girl; 110 Ilelle
foiilaluu; Apill Zi,
Hllloit. It S and Catherine; boy; 401
l!ast Nineteenth: April 2.'
Hamllev, J A. and 12. 12.; girl; lilt West
Twentieth: Am II 17.
Allen, Joseph nnd Kate; boy; 151r Grand
avenue, Apill Pi.
Kdwatds, Henrj nnd Martha: boy: Twen-ty-nluth
and (Irand avenue; April 20.
The following deaths were reported to
the health department yesterday:
Duncan. Vlaithi: ii" years: 1700 Hast
Hlghtienth, April 2.'; neart rauure; burial
at Havtown, Mo
Smith, Hllrabeth: 22 years: Fifteenth
and Ilrlghton: Apill 21: cancer of stomach;
burial In Klmwnixl cemetery.
Thornton: Infant; 107 Independence; Apill
23; convulsions; burial In I'nlou cemetery
Probilily it Vlunler at I'ltuluirg, Kns,
Pittsburg, Kns, April 21 Last night
Mrs.Jennlo Itoy was found unconsclous.evl
dentlj suiTcrlng fiom morphine poisoning,
and In a short lime she tiled, It Is believed
to he a case of murder, as It la alleged
that her husband, Henry Itoy, had re.
pentedly threatened to kill her, and It Is
also said th it he was seen to force his
wife to drink from a bottle of whisky tho
night she died. Hoy Is under nirest, await
ing tho result of tho coroner's Investiga
tion. Contract for Iron Work Awnrilid.
Washington, April 21 (Special.) The eon.
tiaci for the Iron work on the Kansas City
government building was to-dny awarded
to the I'red J. Meyers Manufacturing Com
pany, of Hamilton. P.. for t.'O.TOO.
O, A. Ilnrt. iloljoke, Is at the Coates.
B 12. Williamson, Cleveland, Is at the
J. A. Vail, St, Louis, Is at the Coates,
C. P. CosMim, Poughkeepsle, Is at tho
P, K. Qulnn, Newark, Is at the Coates,
T. n, Hinsdale, Washington, R. C Is nt
T, S. (Soggan, Clalvcston, Is at the Coates.
J. H, Stew-ait, Rochester, s at the Coites,
L. U lUdgley. of Westmoreland, Kas.,
Is nt the Victoria,
Mrs Otoigo Smith, Westmoreland, Kas,,
Is nt the Victoria.
II. J. O'Jiryan, Louisville, Ky Is at the
W. B. Cochran, Topeka, Kus., Is at the
J, II, Hacker, Sedalla, Mo., Is at the
L. T. Sheldon, Sedalla, Mo., Is at tha
John A. Tuttle, Chicago, Is at the Vic
toria, C. D. Williams, St, Louis, Mo., Is at the
W, It. Williams, of Lawrence, was In tho
Hon. William L. Morsey, of Warrenton,
Mo., who was the Republican candidate in
tho First district for congress two ears
ago, called upon Mayor Davis jesterday,
Otorge II. Ilalverson, of South llend.lnd.,
is at the ev Albany,
J, Snyder, of Cameron, Mo., Is a guest
of tho New Albany,
11, Monahan and wife, of Hraggs, I, T
are at the New Albany,
Clifton Smith, of ilayvlow, Mo., Is at the
William Supple and wife, of Newman,
Kas., uie guests of the New Albany,
W, T, Fisher, of Nottingham, England,
and Percy Perch al and Lionel perclvul, of
London, L'ngland, ale at the Coates House.
M. C. Kelly, stato oil Inspector for Kan.
sas, was in the city yesterday. He will
announce the name of T. F, Cochran, of
Osage county, as his deputy to-mono-.
A. P. Riddle, of Minneapolis, Kas., was
lit Kansas City yesterday.
12. Ciruui, editor of the Die aermanla.
published at Lawrence, Kas , was tn tho
A KANSAS MII.I.III.SAIItl-
J. W. tnlinoii. nt ttlihtnnd, t'nliiis
'Hint It ire DMIiirtbtn.
Topeka, Kns., April 21 -(Special ) A rare
thing In Kansas, n millionaire, Is registered
at one of the hotels tn-dnj. W, .1 John
sou, of Highland, Kns , Is one of the t ih
est men In the state, nnd Is supposed to be
worth H.no.uoo. .Mr. Johnson rami' to Kan
s is In I'M, and Is now iu jeirs old, but still
hale nnd hcartv, llo came to Katisns In
tho employ of the r,ovcrnmeiu nnd formu
lated the svstem of purvo now used In
Knnsas nnd Nibraska. Mr. Johnim was
here when Topeka im staked out, and
was offered a I irge Interest Iu the town If
ho would settle here.
11111111' ITIlVts V WIHI2.
Washington, April 21. To-dnv's treasury
statement of the tondltlon of the treas
ury shows: Available cash balance, HM.
111,15: gold reserve, IJi),"i.H,W.
Pittsburg, Kns., April 2l.-(Speclal.) Hen
Carpenter, a shot tlrer In mine No, I, at
Midway, about lv miles from here, was
badly Injured last night by a premature
St. Joseph, Mo, April ;i.-(SpecInl.) MIsr
Tlllie Lithrmin, of lels North Ninth street,
committed suicide jesterday afternoon b
taking poison. She had been In very poor
health for some time and was M jears of
Omaha, Neb., April 21 A special to the
nee irom I'nesier, ,s.ei,., nyn. eire mis
morning destroe,l the entire business por
tion of town, Including seven buildings.
The loss will be about J.V.l'iO. with fully
Richmond, 'n April 21. At 15.11 p. in, to
da, Morris Hopkins, a negro, was hanged
In the Jail vard, at ller.rlco county mint
house, In this eliy, for the murder of S. H.
S Parsons. His neck vvas broken by the
fall, and In seventeen minutes he was pro
nounced dead Hopkins illcd gamel)
St. Joseph, Mo, April 21. (Special,) Thom
as Hickman, a tekgraph lineman, was fa
tally Injured at Itee Creek Junction, eight
mllpM Mouth nf this city, tn.ilnv. He fell
from the cross-arm of a telegraph pole, a
distance of forty feet, Htrlklng on his head
and shoulder, lie was removed to his home
In this city,
Constantinople, April 21 The Turkish
government has Issueil orders refusing ad
mission Into the Turkish empire of any
newspapers containing the letter from the
special corrisponilent of the Assnclntid
Press In Arminla, recdved hero April l't,
nnuoiiucltig that the Armenians were pi in
ning a revolt against Turkish rule.
Chicago. April 21 Frederick A. Mitchell,
at one time one of the vveiltblest and best
known criminal lawver In Chicago, died
here to-d.ty In straitened circumstances.
He practiced for a time In Kansas City
ami attiactcd attention as attorney for the
lames boys, the notorious bindlts. The
funeral will occur In Kunsns City Fri
day. Wlnflolil, Kas., April 21. (Special.) John
W, Maddux, the defaulting postmaster of
(ieuda Springs, has been tcmoved from
this place by the postal authorities to To
peka. where ho will be held foi trial He
has retained a prominent llrm of attornejs
here and sets up the pie. i. that there was no
ill f.ilcation, inasmuch as his bondsmen
have replaced the money.
Washington, April 21. The following pen
sions have been granted:
Original nil J. Petty. Duggan, Wright;
Denjamln F.Nance. Collins, Ht CI ilr: S im
uel Hon.in.tn. Harrlsouvllle, Cass; Charles
Hartmau, St. Louis, Ht Louis; Fried
rich Ott, St. liuls, St Louis.
Increase Daniel Lesh, 12iglevlllc, Harri
son; William A lllggs, .M.uv vllle, Noda
way; Joseph Ileinet, nt. Joseph, lliichannu,
John C. Jack, Fordl mil, Webster
Reissue Cotiltas Pcnnotk, Kansas City,
Original widows, etc. Katie Lee, St. Lou
Is, St. Louis; Jlury A. Havens, Scneei,
Newton, VI irv A. 12 tgon, Halfway, Polk,
Joinna Crews (mother!, Clilllleothe, Liv
Original Perry Row land, Hutchinson, Re
no, James Wnddt II, Hdgerton, Johnson;
John McDonald. Topeka, Shawnee.
Additional John T. Powell, Lcavenwoith,
Increase .lonn vv. iaiceiej, t lesnine,
Cherokee. Kacharlih D.ivl-.Ple.isant Ridge,
Original widows, etc. Vlary A. Prewltt,
Relolt, Mitchell: Patmell.i 12. Wendle, Ma
rlon, Marlon; Hmlrlno 12. Jean, Catena,
Original Ambrose Nell, Oklahoma City,
llreaklllg the News Cenll.
Chicago Itecord: Mrs. Swiftly "Jerry,
dear, 1 wish ou would get a lawjer and
commence prosecution "
.Mr. Swiftly "Orent Caesar! Prosecute
Mrs. Swiftly "The Individual, whoever
ho may be, who hpnoiled me this after
noon Into bujlnga 515 hat."
Newsptiper Vlau Vlurrlitl.
Topeka, Kas., April 21 (Special ) Frank
Jarrell, the correspondent In this city of
the Kansas Cll Times, and Miss .Mri
Williams, daughter of Mt and Mrs. Archi
bald Williams, vi ere matrled hem this
evening. The lulde Is a well known so
ciety joung lady.
GOING TO CHICAGO TO-NIGHT?
The Huillngton fast trnm "nil" leaves nt
C.C0. Tho only llnu seivlng meals on the
cafe plan between Kansas city and Chi
cago, In addition to legulur meal service
This entire Haiti Is equipped with all mod
ern Improvements. Servlco unexcelled.
Hverjbody U Talking About It.
The beautiful trains.
Alwa)s on time.
The proper thing now If you
Are i,olng to travel Is to
Take the Wabash, the best
Railroad "In Mlzsoiira OAn
Western Passenger Agent.
Oldest and Original
io West Ninth St., Kansas City.Alo.
Leading and Successful SpeclulUl la Illool
Nervous and Urinary Uloiset.
M.livotis iiLiin.ii v, with its miuy
gloomy symptoms, cured,
l.osl' VUAI.IIV imrmanentlr restorsiL
hVl'llll.ls turod forltte without mercury.
UltAHV disi:asi.s cured quickly an!
IVItK.VAH. OTI1I2RS FAIL rpnsiiH Dr. IL
J. vVblitler and receive the candid opinion ot i,
physltlan o! experience, slilll ana Inlejrlty No
pioiiilses made that cannot be lulllllod.
.Mi;iill.'IM.s lurnlslKid at small cost, ant
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riti:t: consultation and urinary analysts
nlTlnh7" to health and amergcncle), sealaj,
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Call or address In confidence
Dr. H. J. WHITTIER,
lOWest Moth. St., KANSAS (JII'V, MU
WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL.
Tho Or, Kiirvey
Human Hand Truss.
JUST LIKE USING YOUR FINQER3
KOU KNOW HOW THAT 191
Tor DescrttalT" Circulars Address
S, I. PXAKHOlf at CO., Boca Uu'ru..
Ulalto Jlulldlag. KAKSA8CJIV. HO.
GOLD MEDAL, Paris exposition, 1889L
AND THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION A WAR a
THE MOST PERFECT OF PEN.
lirs&sf V; iv.
.ritni,r. Sm4tnitii,r nr IVr
llsrr HTehllls lieriiinnciltlr
rtireil In I.V tnM lists, ton
csn hn treated St liomn for t he mim price iitnicr same
Rtinrnnt, If fou prater to renin herein will run
irart to iar rallrml faro ami hotel tails, met no
thanm.lf wnfall tnrura. If J nil liaretnUen mrr
rnrj, Imtliln pnlnsh, nnd still hatn actios on. I
pnltn, af urnua I'll tehra lit mount, More 'l nroni,
l'lniitea, (niner 'ilorril Hpnls, tilrera on
anr part of tho to.tr, llnlr or 'jrl,ros a ralim
mil. II l this Mtnhllllln lll.llllll l'OIMO
that ro unnrnntretocnre. wo solicit llio most
nlollnntn ensrannd rhnltene the Mnrlil mr
it ciise ssn riitmitt enrr, ffphlltl lias nl-rnrs
linniril Ihv Ulllnrihr. mnsl rmlnrnt Ptijsl;
rlnns. siAtMi,iMiOriiplinlts liuidoiiriimsin Iitlenal
inivmntr Alisolnie iroini seniseiileitnnaniiil
"Hi. Ari.lrotlUOK II KM 1211 V t'O.i IIO
Vtiitnle rl rmnle, 4'1lll' ll. tl.T..
I'CriO' MALI! IIV Ttlt'STF.12 Where.
as, Ileiijamln F. Moats, a single man, by
bis certain deed of trust dated the llrst day
of August, ISMi, iltih llled for record In the
ollleo of the register of deeds ot Jackson
count) Missouri, at Kansas Cltv, and duly
recorded In said olllce liv book II 37, pige
Ml, eonvejid to T, F. L'tnersnn, as truslu1.
the following described renl estate, situate
In Jackson county. .Missouri, to-wlt:
Lots No, M nnd r.l of Walnut l.iun. tin ad
dition to the City ot Kansas, Jackson conn.
ly, .Missouri, as the sauie are shown on the
rerord"d plat thereof, In trust to secure
the pajmeiit nf one certain prlnclp it prom
issory notti and Interest iiiupon notes In
said dei d ot trust particularly dosctlbed;
and whereas, paid principal note became by
Its let ms due mid piyable on the llrst d ly
of August, IV I, and Is wholly unpaid, and
wheieas, said T, F, Ktnerson Is absent
from Kansas City and from the state ot
Missouri, and cannot act as such trusted;
nnd whereas, said trust deul provided by
Its terms that In the event of the death,
Inability, refusal to act, or absi ncn from
Kansas Cltv, Missouri, of the said trustee,
then the then sheriff of said county nf
Jackson should become his successor In
the trust, with all the powers, duties and
obligations thereof: now. therefore, public
notlre Is hereby given that nt the request
of the legal holder and owner of the slid
note and coiqions, and by reason of said
di fault,!, John P. i I'Nelll.the sheriff of said
Jackson county, Mlssouil, trustee ns nfoio
sald will, puisti'int to the terms of said
deed of trust nnd titithorlly thereof, and of
the laws of the state of Missouri, on Sat
urday, .May 1Mb, 1W,, between the hours
ot 3 o'clock In the forenoon and .1 o'clock In
the afternoon of that dav sell the real
estate above dcscrlbid at public vendue,
to the highest bidder, for cash, at the
north door of tho 1'nlted St ites isistolllcc,
at the southtiist cornel of Ninth and Wal
nut strei ts. In Kansas Cltv, In Jackson
county, Mlssouil. to pay the slid debts and
Interest and the costs and expenses of ex
ecuting this trust. JOHN P. 0NI2H.L
Sheriff ot Jackson county, Missouri, ns
Almetln fllllett. Attorney, rooms ti2T,-6-7,
New York Life building, city
TRUSTHtTB SALU-Hy reason of derault
in the pasment when due of principal nnd
interest of a promissory note made and
executed by James R. Audi rson. and de
scribed In and secured by a iheil of trust
dated August 17th. 1S50, recorded August
17th, 1SSJ, In book "I!" No n,s, at page
Ml, In the oltlre of the lecorrter of deeds
for Jackson county, Missouri, at Kansas
City. I will, pursuant to wild deed of trust,
at the requesT of the legal holder and
owner of said note, between the hours of
nine o'clock In the forenoon and live
o"clock In 'the afternoon of Mondnj, the
29th day of April, 1W5, at the court hou-e
door in the cltv of Kansas L'it, Jackson
county, Missouri, said court house door be
ing tho south front door of the state cir
cuit court house, situated on the north side
of Missouri avenue, between Oak and Lo
cust streets, In said Knnsas city, Missouri,
pell the following described ren.1 estate.slt
uate In the counU of Jackson and state of
Missouri, being the real estate described
In said deed of Host: A certain tract or
tracts of land located partly In section ?6,
township r, N , range 31 W , and p.utl) In
section Jl, township r.0 N range 32 W ,
Jackson county, Missouri, hounded ns fol
lows: On the north by the right of way
of the Kansas City and Independence
Rapid Transit Company; on the cast by
mo nig nine hvit, mm on me soinn aim
west by tho rinter line of C.ooso Neck
creek, as shown by plat annexed to suld
deed ot trust, nt public vendue to th
highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy said
noto nnd the Interest due thereon, and the
cost of executing this trust
OLIV12R H. DEAN. Trust.
NOTlFl2TO CR12DITORS In the matter
ot the assignment of II L Mithews F
A. Coburn, assignee, notice Is htteliv givtu
that on Mouda, June J, ivr,, at the law
otlb e of L. Ti nber, at 3o7 Long Pros '
building, at fill .Main street. Kansas Clt.
Mo. tietween the limits of 0 o clot k a in.
and f, o'clock p in., I will proceed to ad
just and allow demands ignlnst the i state
of II L .Vlathews, assignor. All n.d
llors of the s lid estate ate hereby notified
to be pnsiiu at the slid time and illini
um! lay before the undersigned ,isKn. e
the nature and nmoun, of their demaiuls
or be precluded from inv benefit of s ild
(state F. A. COliFRN, Assignee.
Apill 21, 1S3I.
NOTICH to lecelve stolid bids In the
matter ot the usslgnmtiit of II, L .Vlath
ews, F. A Cobllin, assignee', Notlre Is
heieby given that sealed bids will be re
I'e'lvnl on the entile ntotk ot books und sta
tionery nnd slot, tlvtuns, assigned to me
by II. L. .Mathews, tin the beiu lit of cred
Itois, until .Motiihi). ptll 2a, ivd" stock,
luvtutotv and npptalsment ran bo CMimln
ed by calling at Inn", Walnut street, Kansas
I'll), .Mo. Itlds will be opoiud on .Monday,
April l"i, In division 2 of the elicult com I,
of Jackson county, .Vllssouil, at Kansas
Fit j, by the clerk there or
F. A. CODFHN, Assignee.
STOCKHOLDERS' MI2!2TINfi-Notlce Is
hereb) given that the iiuuti il ineetlui; of
the stockholders of the I'nlou Abstract and
Gu, ii. inly Compauv (a enrporatloti .'Muting
under the laws of tie state of .Vllssouil),
will be In Id at the companv's oilbts, No
721-1-3 New Yotk Life building, In Kansas
CI ij. 'MIssoiiri, at ID a in. on the Mil dav
of May, IU",, for the purpose of deetiug
live dlrei tors to mrvo lor the cnsulm-
jear and to transact such other business
as may eonm legally betore the meeting.
W W. PKUKINS, President.
C, F. ni'llKIIAUT. St ci etaiy.
MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION - Knnsas
Clt), Jin., April 21th, lvj".. A special meet
ing of tho lominnn coumll of Kansas Cit),
Missouri, Is heieby called to meet nt the
council chambers, uppi r house mom and
lower hoiiso room, in tlty hall building, nt
corm r of Fourth nnd Main stteets, Knn
s is fit). Mo., on the 2T.th day of Apill, ls'C.
at 2.3-1 p. m sharp, for reasons then to be
madu known, WHI1STI2R DAVIS,
Til 12 Kansas City Metal Rooting ic Cor
rugating Co . 10S Ilulldtrs" L'x. Tel. 1SC3.
IU5AI, KSTATH TRANSFERS.
NORMAN & ROI1I211TSON, proprietors
of abstracts and examiners of land titles,
No, li. Hast Sixth street, furnish dally tho
transfers of real estate tiled In the record
er's ollleo ut Kansas City, Mo,
Notice Alt transfers appeal Inpr In our
dally reports contain covenants of general
wnnauty, miles otherwise Muled.
John Mcl.ovy nnd wife to Thomas
1. Johnston: lot 'J, block 2, Will
iam Hales' tei-on.l addition t 1,500
HlUabuth T, Mac'Kroueii to W. T,
H iruur: lots Jl and 23, block V,
Vauderbllt place CM
Thomiis A wrlKlit and wire to State
Realty Company; part lot 29, Did
Town ,... 1,100
W. 12. Hall and wife to Samuel 12.
Sexton; lots 1, 3, 4. 5. il, 12 and ii,
block 6, Halt's addition 11,000
Same to (leorge ilucko; lots 7, b, 9,
in, block S. same ,,, S.OiO
David II. Alsop and vvlfo to James
11. LMuerly; lot P and patt lot 17,
Hskill Hios.' (list addition ., .' 8,500
Denjamln F. Thornton to William C,
Oasklll: lots 5' und W, Sidney
place , 70
Ueotire W.llrlant, trustee, to William
II, -Mitchell; lot iJi. block 3S, Old
Town ,.,... , ,,,,. 23,000
W. T. Cat tier and wife to Henry
Fisher and vvlfo; lots 31 and Zj,
block 9, Vandtibllt place 900
1'nlted States Trust Company to
William A. llryau et al; lots J and
3, block 2 et al, Melller place 1
William Wainer and wife to Mary
F. Feltshans; part lot !-', Hw one's
addition .....'... ,,, J
W. A. Hutterheld and husband to
Standard llulldlim and lian Asso
ciation; lot 15, block -J, Ceutropo
lls ,, 100
James II, Koon to John vu,-glns;
lot I, block 2, Vuuderbllt place .... 250
Charles T. ilolmuu and vvlfo to S. D.
Reeve; part lots 1, 2, 3, block 7,
Reld'u addition , l,f00
Bamo to John Hancock Mutual Lite
Insurance Company; part same .... 3,000
Joseph C. Drown to Sarah SUverllns;
lots 47. 4b, block 2, Conover & Fos
ter's addition 0i)
Hilda O. Kennedy and husband to
Caroline F. Gieen; lot 13, Hope ii
Tnltehell's pubdlvlslon COO
S. M. Wilson et ul to Annie Shulta
et al; lot 7, I'rlpircse bill .,,,,.,,.. 799
WA.VI'lin A manager ntiil general ngent
for Western Missouri, with headquarters
at Kansas rn. bj n regular old llnu
company onvrlng the most modi rn,
eiiultnble, and silc.iblo ronlrnets on
the tnnrkel It will rertnlnlv piy
experienced Insurance men, who de
sire positions nf the highest honor nnd
prollt, to correspond with F, 1! MARSH,
Siipeilntendent of Agents, Topek'i, Kns.
WANTI2I)-Tinvellng salesmen to ran.
vnss the trade In lown, Indiana nnd Illi
nois for n No 1 selling nrtlclo ns a, sblo
line; sells Itself on sight; 20 per cent com
mission, sample free, Address tho Ad
justable Shade Hanv'er Mfg. Co, Chamber
ot Comniene bldg., Knnsn City, Kns
WANTI2D Young man to collect for In
stallment house. Hi per week. Hsberg, "20
WANT!: 1 1-2 voutig men: ordir depart
mom: iu a week, tt West 5th, room :.
WANTI2I) lllnrksmlths for bridge gang.
Iiuiulte st. Armour building.
WANTHD A boiler washer, corner IOIIi
nnd Huclld ,tve.
wan i i:n-Ati:.N 1st.
WANTHDAgeiits! Fine Arts contain
ing 2lo artotvpes of World Famed paint
ings, beautifully bound, Popular prices.
Sample showing 1(S pictures mailed for 15c,
Rand, McNally ,v- Co.. Chicago.
CANADIAN UMPLOV.M12NT OFFICI2.
nnd furnished rooms, lom I2nst 12th. cor.
Walnut. Tel, 1179. The best place In K. C.
Mo , to nnd help or situations, male or
femalo; H yearn' experience, Ref. Omaha
Nat hank. Otnihn; Cltliens' bank. K. C.
MO.M2V 1( I (IAN.
FARM l.OANS-Ncnr Kansas City. In
M ssolirl nnd Kihihiir. nnnll.il Interest l,sv.
nblu at borrower's home banlt, money
ready. Loans also for sale.
JA.M12S L LOVIItAttn.
Over First National bank.
f. AND 6 PI21t CHNT money on business,
residence and farm property: unusually fa
vorable terms Apply to Homer Reed or
Theo Nnsh. lv; Rroadwny.op Coates house.
LOW 1NTI2RI2ST Kansas City loans;
improved property only. Call or address
JAVII2S I. Ltl.MII MID,
Over First Nation il bank.
TO LOAN-J1.WI at 7 per cent.
J2LL10TT A .VIcllNTIRH.
SIS American Hank bldg.
MON12Y TO LOAN dlrei t. 0. 7 nnd S por
cent. II. L. JOHNSON A CO..
Telephone IC17 N. Y Life building.
IF YOIT want a nath in inneil out thnt
will lead ou to success In business, call
the most tellable and trustworthy
medium and clilrvojant now In
jour city. Ills advice on business mst
ttrs nnd domestic, alfalrs will be found
peifoetly reliable. All who ate In trouble,
doubt, or are henitslck and undecided
about affairs of life, should not fall to
consult the doctor S itlsf.u tion guaran
tied. Letters containing stamp promptly
answered Parlors, HOC, oak.
MRS. L. JA.M12S, tho well Itnown clnlr
vojant nnd trance medium, may bo con
sulted nt 12irj Grind ave. : parlors 23 and 10.
TltANsl'l.lt t'OlIl'AN'll s.
President. Vice Prisldcnt.
C. L. HARRIS,
MIDLAND TRANSFHIl CO.-Frelght
and bnggage transferred to nnd from all
depots Furniture moved and pneked by
experts. 407 and 409 Wyandotto St., Kan
sas City. Mo. Telephone lril7.
CICiARS 10c sle, I for 25c, J for a quar
ter sii r lor -'n . Hue 1 Ig.uos, 2 for He,
Ro).il Hav ma Stogb s. Iltiest made i: for
Kte (leo VV Itos,, fa, toiy agLtit, I, 12. 10th,
near Jouinal bldg
HAVI2 YOF a line watch out nf order?
Take It to Abnev, fnrtnirlv with J.n -caul's,
1201'i llrand ivc : ele inlng 7 and 11
Jewel watches, $1, main spting, H.
TAKI2N" up April 2.1. iv spun of bay
horses, with hartuss on. inqulte of M A
Rb h, liah and Jackson ave, Kansas City,
.IAMHS HANNON, the archltett. has re
sumed business, with ollli es Temple block
Foil HAI.i: V1ISCI2I.I.AM20US.
FOR SALI2 N-wspiptt. Wishing to en
gage in the milling busiu.ss I will sell the
newspupii and Job nilli e ol the (lentiy
Jouinal, at (lentiv, rk . ai a teasouablo
prbe for cash ot will take half lash, b il
ani e on pavmiiits If ou want best lot a
Hon on K e.F A ( t.illtni.l this Is voitr
i hail' e Not loi sab- uiib'ss m,ll In tluie
weiks Addtess 12 1, ItikM. Cetitiy, lien
ton i outii). Ark
FOR SAL12 lliittlier Imslmss 111 a Cen
trat Kan-as lountv scat town best location
In the town; 3 doots from postotllei., this
Is a bargain. Adurtss W tilt), Journal of
Uce Ftilt SALI2 New piano, ued 2 months;
good make, leaving the cltv, will sill
chi ati, or Hade for lot 1F1 HairNon st.
FOIt SALI2 Piano lio top buggv , good
as new, half inlet, t for this vvtok only,
befoie storing. Hlng Vliglnla live.
" i'OR SALI2 Ice 2,ift) tons line lake Ice.
Price, H tier ton For p it tleulurs, address
J. R Petty, St. .lo-i'idi. Mo.
FOR SALK Part or all of a steam well
drilling outnt. 202 Mns building.
TO ni2T IIOUSI2S.
TO RUNT Nn. 12 of the lltlmont nnnrt.
metits, 15th and VliKlnia; the most ile
hlrable nf the lleltnout bloth, Ciuteher ,V
Welsh. 711 Delaw.ue St.
8AF12S anened and renalied. bonirhc anil
sold. Comblnallon lock eleaned and
changed. 13. 1IARRIOAN, Ilkpert.
Telephone 12SI. Jta Hist Tenth st.
I.ONI2W ST(IRAil2 I'll.
HAV12 NHW and safe building for furnl
lure storage. Advances nude, packing and
hlpplne done. JOHN A. I2A.MI23,
but Walnut st, Tel. 205(1. Manaser.
WE want a younc man In every town in
Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska to handle
our wheels, tlet our cataloiruu and prices
to aKents. KANSAS CITV HICVCLI2 CO .
1027 nnd H'-'J llroadway. Kans is C'lty..Mo.
CAIU'Ll" 1'I.IUMMI AMI UI'HOI.Sr
'phono iiai. Rellttlni; and laving carpets a
rpeclalty; upholsterlne of all kinds; mat
tresses renovated, Refer to Doggett D. O.
Co. and Robt. Keith Fur. Co.
I'OR SI.I2-1II2AI. I2STATR.
FOIt SALE Fine 40 acre ftult farm near
Aigentluo; JSS per aero: easy teims; clear,
Address Hon 10u. Argentine. Kas.
IF YOU WANT good old-tJshlon butler,
milk or cream, go to McCltntock's restau
rant, O-'O Walnut street.
HOItSIIS AMI Vi:illtl,l.s.
HORSES nnd cows kept In tho country
caives iuisl'u, i.) tier nrse year; uu stoes
tent for. M. Salisbury, Independence, Mo.
!V-'",J?3 y -''' Jl '" 'V
Now located at 20 W, 12th St., with more
room and better facilities; will be pleased
to clean, repair or de for you,
WILSON & HANSEN.
WANTED 2.000 dyspeptic gentlemen and
ladles to get cured by the Eclipse Celery
Chovv-Chow. Progressive grocers keep It.
SHTHERLAND-In this cltv. Anrll 21.
at 2:30 p. 111. Sirs. Mary S wife of John
Funeral notice will bo given later,
WILSON Ole WiLon, aged 38 years, died
Wednesday April 21, lbH. '
funeral notice later, .
(First publication. April llth, 1S15 )
NOTICH OF TUPS I'llIVS SAI.U -W liste
ns, on .May llth, IkW, Laura A Freeman
nnd Chat Its W Freeman, her husband,
made, executed and delivered their deed
of trust, for the purpose ot se. urlng the
pnjment of one bond for the sum of fortv
live hundred dollnts (H.dOOW), with Interest
coupons attached, minxd In said deed ot
trust, w herein Hies eonverJ to the tin
derslgned, David It F.ttlcti, trustee, the
following descrlbtd real (state, situated In
tho county of Jin kson and slntc of .Mis
souri, to-wlt; Lot number sit ir,), of block
number one (I), In the resurve of .block
number one (I), In P. S. llrown's addition
to the City of Kansas (now Kansas Cltv),
Missouri, according to the retarded plat
thereof, together with all the Improve
ments thereunto belonging, nnd. whereas,
said deed of trust was on the Uth day ot
Mny, ihm, nt ,rj o'clock p tn., dulv re
corded In book II 111, nt page s7.ot the
records of snld Jackson county, Missouri,
and, whereas, It is provided In said bond
and deed ot trust that, If the said Laura
A. Freeman nnd Charles W Freeman shall
fall to puy, or cause to be paid, any of the
Interest coupons n(l,u tied 10 said bond at
the time the tame becume duo and po
ntile, then the whole amount of said bond
shall nt once become due and payable,
without notice; nnd, whereas, Iho snht
Latirn A. I'm man nnd Charles vv. I rec
mini have fnlled to pa), or cause to be
paid, the Intcnst toilpons attached to snld
bond which became due und pajnble on
the llrst day ot .May, ISJI (except a pay
ment of JlutO on account thereof), and the
llrst dny ot November. lS'tl. when fore the
wholo amount of said bond Is now due
and pi) able, under the terms of snld bond
and deed of trust; now, therefore, public
notice Is hereby given that I, the under
signed. David ll. Httlcn, the trustee named,
In sild deej of trust, under and by virtue
of the authority vested In mo by raid deed
of trust, at tho request of the legal holder
and owner of snld bond, will proceed to sell
the nbove described real estate nt public
vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash, at
the south front door of the new county
rourt house In Knnsvs City, Missouri, be
ing the building In Knnsas City, Jackson
county. Missouri, In which tho circuit court
of said countv Is now held, on Saturday,
the 4th dny nf May. A. D. 1W, between
the hours of 1 o'clock 111 the forenoon nnd
B o'clock In the afternoon of said dny, for
the purpose of rnlslng the money to pvy
the nmoiint nf svld bond, with Intarest nr.d
lives pnld by the owner nnd holder of
snld bond, nnd the costs nf executing this
trust DAVID H F.TTinN, Trustee.
Ferry fimnll, Attorneys.
(First publication Apill llth, 1SJ", )
NOTICH OF TltlJsrilll'S SALI2-Vhcre-ns,
on January 7th, 1SV, llemy Rose, and
Dora Rose, his wife, made, executed and
delivered their deed of trust for tho pur
poso of securing the pa) mint of one bond
for the sum ot 1,(x In said died of trust
described, wherein they t'onvccd to tho
undersigned, Divld 11 Httlcn, trustee, the
following described real estnte, situ ited In
tho count) of Jackson niut stato of Mis
souri, to-wlt Tim west thirty-three and
oiu-thliil (13S feet off tho east ono hun
dred (UD feet oft tho east ends of lots num
bered thirty-six (2i). thirty-live (31). thirty
four (II), thlrty-threo (331, and the south
half of lot No. thirty-two (32). In block No.
six (61, In Dundee place, an addition to tho
City ot KnnsHS (now Knnsis Cltv), Mis
souri, actoidlug to the recorded plat there
of, togethri with all the Improvements
thereunto In longing, nnd, whereas, on tho
15th day of January, JfcSJ, at 3 00 o'clock p.
m , said tleed ot trust was duly recorded In
book It No US. at pago 21, of the records
of said Jackson count). Missouri; nnd,
whereas, sild deed ot trust provides that
upon noti-paytni nt of the debt secured by
sild deed of trust by the makers thereof,
tho property therein ilescrlbed may be sold
by the trustee for the puipoie of raising
the mono to pay the ib lit thereby secured;
and, whereas, said Indebtedness Is now
past due and unpaid: now. therefore, pub
lic notice Is hereby given th it I, the under
signed Divld II. Httlcn. the trusti e named
In said died ot trust, under and by virtue
of tho authority vested In me by said deed
of mist, at the riqiiisl of the owner of
paid bond, will proceed to "ell the above
described real estate, at public vendue, to
the highest bidder, for cash, at the south
front door of the new county tourt house,
In Knnsis City, Mlssotul being tho build
ing In Kans is city. Jackson toiint), JIls.
scniil. In vvhleh tho circuit court of s ild
county is now held, on Saturday, the 4th
dav ot Iav, 1RD", between tliu bonis of 9
o'clock In tho fonnonn and 5 o'clock In the
afternoon of mid dav for the put pose of
lalslug the mono In no tho nuioimt of sild
lnd, btodm " and insurance premium paid
by tho owmr nnd boldet of said bond, tilth
Interest and costs of txicutlng this trust.
DAVID II HTT112N, Trustee.
Ferrv fc Small. Attorn)s.
TRIrilLLS h.U.I.- Winn as. OeorKe
Henrj Mluh.nlls and Louise Mlchaell. his
wlte. tij their di'ed nf trust, d ned the
J.'d la of March, ISM, and rci orded In the
olllce of the recorder of deeds In Jatl!on
iiiuntv, Missouri, at Kansas Cltv, on the
tlrst diy of May. ml In book II MJ. Jt patlu
30, did eonvej to the underslKned trustee
the follow Im; described roil estate, situ
ated In the touiity of Jackson and state of
Missouri, to-wlt Iot numbered two (2).
In Dkkson plai e, an nddltlon 10 Kansas
City, In trust, to se. lire the payment of
the piomlssory note. In said deed described,
with interest a tin rein described, and nlso
the nomem. ns therein described, of cer
tain dues nnd lines ns therein tot forth:
anil wheieas default was nnde In the
piwnent of Hie Interest ns therein de
s tibed as well n of ih dues nnd tines afore
said for tlu p'liod of moie thin six months
alter the bild dues fines and Interest b.
i.uni' tlu. and payable, by reason whereof,
undir tbe piovMous of said deed of trust,
tin said note has alio become elu and
piibe, and the - mi", torn t her with said
dues, lines and Interest icnialn due and
unpaid, now, theretote at tbe request of
the b'tral holder of ald note', and In ne
1 oid line with the prnvl-lona of s.ild deed
of tn.-t. I as said trustee, will, on Mon
day the 1111 na or .vmy i-a ueiween tne
hour' of nine o'clock a 111 and live- o'clock
p in , at the south front door of the county
court house In Kansas City, .luekson
eniinly, Missouri, expose to sale nnd sell
to the highest bldilir, for cash, the above
desiiibod real esnte t public vendue, to
sn".fy the debt afonsald nnd the costs
ef this II list. JAMI2S SCAMMON,
TRUSTEE'S SALE Wheiens, Christina
Fabler, a slnsle vv 0111 in, by her certain
deed of trust, dated May 2, liS7, nnd re
corded on the 3rd duy of August, ISS7 In
the tecorder of deeds' olllce, at Kanas
City, Jackson county. Mo , In book 11 Id,,
on p.iKei 175, conveed to tho undeistmied,
as trustee, the premises hereinafter de
scribed to secure payment of her three
promissory notes, fully described tn said
deed of trust; and, when as, default hn
been made In the piiiient of one nf said
notes; now, therefore, 1 will, by tho au
thority In me vested by snld deed of trust,
nnd at the request of the legat owner of
aid note, proceed to sell the snld real es.
tale, to-wlt: Lot No. four (t), In block No,
eight (S), In LaMjettc plice an nddltlon
to tho city of Kansas (now Kansas City),
J ick"on count). Mo,, on Wednesday, the
15th day of May 1W, between the hours of
0 o'clock a. m and 5 o'clock p. m at pub.
lie. miction, for rah, nt the south fiont
door of the county court house on Missouri
avenue In Kansas City. Mo , for the pur
poso of pajlnK the balance dun on said
note and the costs of executing this trust,
April 22, W
.1 W JENKINS. Trustee. 125 Main st
WHEREAS, Crls Stephan and Hellena
Stiphan, his wife, by their deed ot trust,
dated January Nth, H'Jl, und recoided'on
January 20th, 19I, In the recorder's olllce
of Jackson county, atate ot .Missouri, at
Independence, In book 150, at pige nn, con.
e)ed to W II. llolke, as trustee, tho fol
lowing real cutate, situated In said county.
vU lots nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen,
fourteen, Itfteen, sixteen and seventeen,
all In block eleven, In th town of Ruck
uer, to secure the pigment of the promis
sory note In said deed described, und de
fault lias been made In tho pajment of
said note. nnd the said trustee Ins refused
to sell said real estate: now. therefnre liv
virtue of the power to him given by said
deed of trust and at the request of the
legul holder of said note the undersigned
sheriff of snld county will sell said real
estato at public vendue to tho highest bid
der, for cash, at tho court house door, la
tho city eif Independence. In said county,
on Thursday, the J6th day of Slay, !T,
between thu hours of 9 o'clock a, m. ami
6 o'clock p. m, of g.it day, to pay said debt
and the tost of executing the trust,
. JOHN I'. O'NEILL. Sheriff.
I'ROl'OSALS tor llio eiottlou ot the new
brick eoltagu und brick school bullJlng
on Ibis ground of tho State Industrial Home
for Uills, at Chllllrothe, -Mo. lllllcu of the
Stato Industrial Homo for Girls, Chilli,
cothe, Mo , April l.'tb, lVjj. Scaled bids
will bo lecelved at tbe oltico of the
secretary until 8 o'clock u, m. on May 10(1),
1W5, for tho election of u brick tottago,
also a brick school building, on the ground
of the Stale ludustiial Home for (iiils. ut
Chlllicotbe, Mo. Flans and sprcllkatluus
may bo seen at the olllcn of llio lioinu In
Chlllicotbe, Mo. Each bid shall be uccom-
f uiiled b) a cei tilled check In the sum ot
fio. lujalda to W, II. Slpple, tteasurer, to
Insure entering Into contract If same Is
awarded, llond will bo lequlr, d for full
neiformanco of contract. Right reserved
Io reject uny and all bids. Hy order of the
board. T. It YATES. President.
EMMA M. niLIIERT. Secretary,
NOTICE Is hereby given that the county
court will receive bid. for the furnishing of
Ice for the court house and tall at Kan
sas City, Mo., for the period beginning
Muy 1st, IftS. and ending April 30th, 1S.HJ.
All bidders are required to tile written bids,
stating whether Ice Is natural or manufac
tured; it natural, vvneru guiien irom. mug
must be llled ut the county clerk's of-
lice at Kansas City on or befoie noon. Frl
eliiy, April 26 I8W.
T. T. CMTTENDBN, J , Ceunty Clerk.
UNION DEPOT TIME GflRD
OMAHA, M. I.OI1 It,
DI.MI It, ST. I'ACL
Chnlr Corn Froo,
llrkrtoRlri'a, K3 Mats
bk and 1011 Unluii Aviv
Addresa II. c. Ollll, A. O. 1. A Knns.n
Instruction" All trains dilly unlrii
mnrkisl "x," except Sunday; ," Hundny
only. ," except Hum, lay, "j " ix.pt
Motulny; "I," H-iturtlay mil) First tol
uiiin, leave, second column, tirrlve
llANNIIiAL ,t ST. JOE It. II. IlitrllnRtotl
Trains. Leave. Arrive.
k (' ,t llrookncld ,. xliMpmxlo am
yVtbintlo 1 xpiess .,.,,,,,,. Sinn m 1. ni
Chlctgo fast tun II, Ell,,,. t..vi pin X dam
St. Lutili Mxpri'ss ., s.isiiiu Sioam
II. .V. M. R. H., 1JJ NERRASKA-Hutlltig-
- .. "" Route.
Denver & K C. express.
Ltmolii.IllllltiKs ,t 1'iig.
et Sound... . , HOOnm 7 ". pm
K. C, SI'. JOE COUNCIL lll.UFFS
. , RAILROAD
Omaha . fit, l'nui f,1!tt
, mall 10 tOnm '3:Mpm
low 11 evprcss ' te pm 10 1Oiim
tlllllllll express JF, pm -il. Til pin
St. Joe & Iowa mall Tvinni 'SBprn
Denver express 11.0) am 7.53 pm
Leavenworth, Atchison ,fc
St. Joseph 3.30.pm ltF.pm
.n '.." ""a'ns make Leavenwori'n except tho
10.10 a. m.
ClllCAtlo, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC.
Trains I2nst of Missouri River.
Ch Icibii inall xo.onaiu x7:Mpm
Chicago limited 6,1' pm lu.uuuin
.. . J1"!!'.1" Wrst of Missouri River.
Hutch.. Wichita. Ft. W. lor-lnm f.'2.'.pm
Den., Col. Sp. r I'ueblo., HI 50 am 0.25 pm
Den., Col, So. ,v. 1'iieblo.. zSIOpm )S:20iim
VV lehUii, I. T. ,: Ft. W.. s.iopm jS'Sum
lopeka, lluichlnnon .... eHMepin s.:ium
MlSSoOltl PACIFIC It. It. Trains Evst.
Mall and Extiress 7 Maui 7.05 pm
St. Louis elay cypresi .... lOOIatit lira
Limited nlglit express .... M.34 put 7.iam
, 11,1 in. 111 passenger -' i; inn ji'..' iiiiv
Lexington ,v St. Louis ex. ".() ptu IJ 0 "nl
.-A,,,s,,uit ,v neiiitiui jiis, e,;aa uiii
CofrevllIo & Col lOMRnm
CofTe)vllIo As Wichita .... D20pm
-1 rains .oiitn.
.Inn . T-nrf R't X- Wl.-lil,i i n. nm tl'Wnm
Joplln A Texas express. ...10.51) nni i..3i)piu
w i.'ki( v iJir,i 1 ,'jv I'lia
rv..t.n II. I V ,,,.. o.,P .
. I iIll 111 A- rlniid nenroan T lit 11I11 T'l" i tit
,.. 1, .,,,.,, ,,t,i.,v . titj t;jk,, ...io lull
Ojiinha ti C. II. day ex.... 7'20am
iv. c-. .v: j. accom. cx....xr.:iopm
K. C. St. Joo ex 10.30 um
iv. e.-, . .v: mi. ane ex.... t.'.w, pm u.eiatn
KANSAS CITV NORTHWESTERN II. R.
iAi ntwil ..' Ilii.itrlri - T Ttil nm r.l". mil
WAI1ASH RAILROAD COMFANV.
nt. jxiuih .. inicago ex.... s.twom . in pm
St. L, N Y. Lltii. CX....XI11 00 nm xtl.OOpni
St. 1... D. 2vl. .v. St. P. ex.. s:3."pm 7.01am
K. C. ,t. Chicago express.. ili.'Opm 11.20 um
I'lllCAOII x- ATpnv
Chicago & St. Louis ex.... S:00am
Chicago limited I.:c0 pm
f. 30 nm
St. L. .t Chicago ex 8:1 pin 7:1." nn
1CANSA3 CITV, FORT SCOTT & MEM
Florida Fast Mall 10.20 nnt C:00pm
1 1 n ..l.iin, lit., .t. Cllnfnn vltlTkldn, C fril ,,n
1 lonoa 1 ast .viau lu.uDarrt :u)pnl
Harrlsonv lllu ,Vc Clinton. .xJOTiiani twpra
Deepwatcr accom r.25pin 10 45anv
Cherokee nccom fi.25 pm 10:45 am
Qnliiirl.nt, n.i.annrnr . srll III met 7..-J".n,
l'aciuc coast iimiieu it.junm t:ii.t pm
Denver A: Cal. ex 7:20 inn S:50am
ATCHISON. TOPEKA ,t SANTA FE R'V.
I2ast of Missouri River.
Chicago limited k:20pm S:l0nm
Columbian express fd.'O pm. 1 30 pm
Atlantic oxpiess fl.TOnm fi:30pm
Fort Madison local x":50am a0.3'jpm
West of Missouri River.
Texm oxpiess S'l.liun 4 20pm
So Kns passenger 9.10 nm C '20 pm
Col & Utnh Um .(Jnnt soipm
California llm 1-vipm n-lipm
Mex .V: Cal express 2 no pm 1, lOnm
Einpmla piss xl 20 tun xll'2 nm
Topeka express 4-:'ftpm ll'IOum
Panhandle express 0 10 pin t,:2K am
Ok. & Dodgo City ex .... l.20pm C.13 nm
(triiiid Central Depnt, Unit nml M. .vniielotte.
CHICAGO CHEAT WESTERN RAILWAY
Chi.. St. Paul .v. Minn lo.oo nm r, 00 pm
St. J, Des. M. A: Chi fl.OOpm 7.1", am
St. J , Des M A. Chi 11 5it pm
KANSAS CITY, OSCEOLA ,t SOimiF.RN
Clinton A: Osceola e .. . r, i)pm 10 20 ,1111
KANSAS CITV, IMTTSIIHRO .V: (II LF.
Plttsb'g. .fop A: Neosho. ..11 imam 115pm
Accommodation '9 no am s 20 pm
Accommodation x7 O) pm x'liOnm
Leave Tuesdnvs, Thlirsda)s nnd Satur
days. Arrive Mondi)s, Wcdncsd.t) s and
Cr.tnit Ave. Depi.t, y'tid 1.
CHICAGO, MILWACKEH A. Si. I'll I
Chicago piss s.l (VI nm si ,1
Clilllltotbe expiess .. , vVlira in', i
KANSAS CITY A. INDEPE.NDENi I ML
Depoti Second nnd Wjandotte nnd s
ond and Walnut
KANSAS CITV Ar INDEPENDFNCF R VP
ID TRANSIT RAILWAY CdMPVNV
Depots l'lfteenth stri-t st. eti.iii Tw I'm
street htatlon, Ninth stieet itatam
Im id 5
Of 1322. AIIDcpots.
The Depot Carriage and Baggage
M2V12NT1I AND 11ROADWAY,
FOR A CARRIAGE OR BAGGAGE WAGON.
.... I'reiiiipt and Reliable
NO I1XTRA t'HARC.r.S I'OR MUIIT WORK
(rirst Publication April llth, 1S05.)
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE-Where-as,
on July 1st, 1SU2, tho City Real H.stato
Company made, executed and delivered
lis de-eel of trust, for tho purpose of secur
ing the pa) ment of ono bond for the bum
of 0110 thousand dollars (H.OoO.OO), with In
terest couiHius uttached name, I In tald
deed of trust, wbercln It conveyed to thu
undersigned, llavld It, Ettien, trustee, Um
following described real ustnte, situated Iu
tho county of Jackson and state of Mis
souri, to-wlt: The east eighteen and one
eighth (IS',) feet of lot No. thirty-three (M),
of Woodland Place, un addition to tho city
of Kansas (now Kansas City), Missouri,
according to the recorded plat thereof;
nnd whereas, said deed of trust was, on
July 5th, l&'i.', at 4.4S o'clock in., duly
recorded In book II 505, ut page 2').'. of tht
records of said Jackson county, .Missouri:
and whereas, II Is provided In raid bond
and deed of trust that, If thu said City Real
Estate) Company shall fall to pay, or cuustt
to he paid, uny of the lntert couiions ut
tached to said Isind at tha time the samu
bet 01110 due und payable then the wholo
amount of said bond shall at once become
due and pa).tble, without notice, and
whereas, the said City Real Estate Com
pany has failed to pay, or caiuo to be paid,
the Interest coupons attached 10 said bond,
which became duo und payable on tho
first dn)s ot January, IhJJ; July, ISM: Jan
uary, U'Jl; July, lb'Jl, and January, Uiij, re
spectively, wherefore the wliolo amount
of said bond Is now due and payable, un
der the terms of said bond and deed of
trust, now, wicreiuii). puuno noilcu Is
hereby given that I. tha undersigned. Da
vid II. Httlcn, the trustee named In said
deed of trust, under and by virtue of the
authority vested In me by said deed of
trust, ut tho requcal of the legal holder unel
owner of said bond, will proceed to sell
the above described real estate at ptlbllo
vendue, to tho highest bidder, for cash, at
the south front door of the new county
court house In Lanas City, Missouri, be
ing the building In Kansas City. Jackson
county. Missouri, in which the circuit cuurt
of said county Is now held, on Saturday,
the Rh day of Muy. A. D. U93. between
the hours of a 0 cluck In tha forenoon und
5 o'clock In the nfiernoon of said duy, for
the purpose of 1 alslng the money to pay
the amount of mid bond, with Inteiest,
and the costs of executing this trust,
DAVID II. ETT1EN, Trustee.
Ferrv A. Small, Attornc)S.
NOTICE TO, STOCKlIOLDEItS-Notlco
to the stockholders of the; Grand Avenue
Railway Company Is bertby given that a
meeting of such stockholder!- will be u ul
at the ottlce of aald compan,No. Wo (11 a t
avenue. In Kansas City. Xllsoourl. on Sat
Urdu), the llrst day of June. A. 1). isaj, at
9 o'clock a. m. for tho purpo.o of votliii
upon the following propositions:
1. To Increase ihe capital stock of said
company from 1,200,000, Its present amount.
to 5.S00,00O. .,.,,.
2. To Increase the bonded Indebtedness
of said company from fl,2M,000, its present
mount, to $3,300,000.
3. For the transuctlon of such other busi
ness as may be brought before such meet-
"i'smai City. Mo, March 13, 1896.
WALTON II. HOLMES. PraiaaL
DANIEL B. ilOLUBd. 8rcUrx,
joplln .t- New Orleans .... to () pm 7 0"am
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS ll'Y.
Texas mall 10:45 am S:3."i pm
Texas express 11 (t5 mn 7:25am
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY.
t ,1 or " -nuiesA,