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TIIT! KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SUNDAY, MAY fl, ll&
GOVERNOR JACKSON OF IOWA
A Hrlcf Mosrrapliy of Ills Lift and In-
cldenls Connected ThcrcTvith That
Arc Littlo Known and Will
Interest the- l'ubllc.
Oovernor Frank Dorr Jackpon was born
In Arcade. N. Y on January 16. 1SSI. In
May, 1SG7, when he wan but IS years old,
ho moved to Iowa with his mother and lo
cated at Jesstip, In Buchanan county. .At
this time his father, Hon. II. V. Jackson,
wns connected with tho war department at
Washington. Ills early education was a
toun-c of groat care to his parents, and
nftcr leaving the vlllago school at Jesstip
he took a course at tho agricultural col
lege at Ames (and afterwards went to the
state university at Iowa City, from the law
department of which he graduated In 1S71).
He was married to Miss Annie F. Brook,
of Council muffs. In 1S77. They have been
blessed with three sons Graden, Ernest nnd
Frank, respectively. In July of 1SS0 Oov
ernor Jackson moved to the little village of
Greene, where ho formed a law partnership
with Judge C. JI. Greene. As stated above
he has been very prominent In politics nnd
for tho past score of years has been almost
constantly In the service of the state.
Governor Jackson Is a Master Vinson, a
member of the Kim Sprint? lolge, I. O. O.
P., nnd also a member of the K. of P.
lodge at hla old home town of Greene,
Governor Jackson has a remarkably well
made up character. He Is energetic, thor
ough, quick to think and act. and above
nil Is what some people would call
"square." Nothing Is condemned by him
without a thorough trial and Investigation,
nnd little things are given ns much re
spect and attention ns the Importnnt nffalrs
of state, die Is curious, too. and having a
Fdentino turn of mind he likes to experi
ment and Investigate new Inventions and
discoveries. For Instance, when tho cele
brated soap manufacturer of Chicago, Mr.
Kirk, gave to the world his discovery,
J,2,.n-Wa.,or J'r,kr; r transforming hard
? f,Ui0tt J!.c,r,t' 'J10 trovernor's attention
was immediately attracted. He determined
to Investigate, and a day or two ago
stepped into a prominent grocerv und
purchased a two pound package of this
great preparation In order that he might
determine Its merits. I.Ike nil others who
are honest enough to give the new things
a trial, ho thought that Kirk had reached
a successful volution of one of tha greatest
of problems before the people. Some old
fogies like to stay In the old rut nnd will
not even give now discoveries a fair trial.
Governor Jackson Is not that kind of a
MR. MORGAN'S VOTE.
Ninth Ward Republican Club Adopts u Kcs-
llltliin Helutlic Id the Mayor's
At a meeting of tho Ninth Ward Repub
Jlcan Club, held on Wednesday, tho fol
lowing resolution was passed upon by
the executive committee and copies cir
culated for signatures:
"Resolved. Uy the undersigned members
of the Ninth Ward Itepubllcan Club, that
tho Hon. W. Y. Morgan be respectfully
urged to use his Influence and vote In the
upper house of tho common council to
coullrm the mayor's nppolntments for nit
tho city ofllcers, and further, that the
secretary of this club furnish Mr. Mor
gan a copy of this resolution and report
to said club through Its executive com
mittee tho delivery of tho same."
The resolution was signed by seventy
one persons, and on Friday evening a
ropy of It was delivered to Mr. Morgan by
W. C. Moore, the secretary of the club.
Deaths nnd funeral.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Susan Mitchell,
mother of Frank S. Mltchll, who died
Thursday noon at her home, 1123 Grove
street, took place, yesterday at 2 o'clock
p. m. nt the home. The services were
tonducted by Hev. H. C. Stanton. Tho
burial was In Klnnvood cemetery,
Tho funeral or George C. Hrnnhan, aged
83, who died Friday morning at the Fort
Saitt ft Memphis hospital from the effects
of injuries tceelved at Olathe last Wednes
day by tnlllng between the ears of a mov
ing train, took place yesterday nt 2 p. in,
nt tho home of J. W. Sanborne, 3010 Hast
Tenth Bticet. The butlal was In Union
Tho funeral of Mnrgurlte Schiller, the
4-year-old chili! of .Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Schiller, of 1423 Baltimore avenue, who
died Thursday morning of Inanition, will
take place to-day at 2 o'clock at the home.
Mr. Alfred Farlow will conduct the serv
ices. The burial will be in Elm wood ceme
tery. The funeral of Jacob Tl.iyton, aged S3,
who died at his home, 1407 West Twenty
tevenih street. List Fildny, took place vos
terday at 2 o'clock at tho residence. Tho
cause of death was tuberculosis. The
burlnl was In Pnlou cemetery.
David C. Mills died yestcrdav at his
home. Iiuu Thompson avenue. He was C7
years old. The cause of death was la
grippe. The funeral will bo at the family
home tp-day at 2 p. m. Tho burial will
bo In Union cemetery.
The funeral of Louis Voohatzer, who was
killed In tho accident on Grand avenuo
Friday by a wall caving Into an excava
tion beneath It, will take placo at the
morgue of Stewart & Carroll to-day at
o'clock. Stonemasons' Union No, 2 and
members of tho O. A, It. posts ore. re
quested to attend. Resolutions of sym
path' for the bereaved famllv were ndopt
ed by .Stonemasons' Union No. 2. Father
Klrtz will olllclato at the funeral. Tho
burial will be In Union cemetry.
Elbert A. Cotter, uged 42 yenrs, died
yesterday nt his home. WIS Vine street.
The cause of death wan consumption. The
funprnl will be to-day at 2 p, m. at tho
Cathollo rhnreh, Nineteenth and Harrison
streets. Burial will be in Elmwood ceme
tery. The funeral of Besslo I.aughlln, nged 19
years, who died Friday night at the, home
of her parents. .Mr. and Mrs. Georgo F
I.aughlln. of 4033 Hast Soventh street, will
take place to-day at 2:30 p. m. The fun
er.il will be nt the home, Hev, G. II
Combs ofllclatlng. Hurial will be In Elm
Petition nt Laboring Men.
A petition, signed by some 2,000 laboring
men of Kunsus City, urgently requesting
tho passage of the "fellow servants bill,"
was sent to Hc-presentutlvu Julian und
Senator Ilnskett csterday by I', I;. Duffy,
who has been tndcfallguhln In his effoi Is
In the Interest of tho hill, Tho signers
represented every occupation and trade In
No Impurities Ilyglenla Ice,
An Intcrileiv With Colonel Crisp,
Colonel John T. Crisp was In the city
yesterday and gave to a Journal reporter
un Interesting Interview on the election
bill and other legislative matters which
will appear In Monday morning's issue.
Most Distressing of Skin Diseases
Instantly Relieved by
WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS
A warm bath with Cutlcura
ap, and a single application-of
Uicuro, the great Skin Cure, af
rd instant relief, permit rest and
eep, and point to a speedy, perma
nent, and economical cure when
z all other methods and remedies fail.
Bott Ihroubau Hit wU- BrUUh dux. T. Ml"
Vm CMuc5-, Bo!fterrB. V, $. -
Judge Ilohsnn Holds Conrt nnd Disposes of
a i'a Caks Krtnnlo lllcjrlo
Judge Dobson held a session of circuit
court In this city yesterday for the pur
pose of winding up the affairs of the
-March term. Sheriff O'Neill presented a
large- number of sheriff sales for approval
nnd a. number ot settlements were made.
The case of Drennlng vs. Hackler, In
which I.ee's Summit failles are Inlet ested,
was given n, new trial.
The suit of Adam Long and Charles
Long against members of the old Mer
cantile bank, was nicd yesterday with the
circuit clerk. The plnlntltTs for their caue
of action state that they were the own
ers of the building nt Sixth nnd Wyan
dotte, occupied by the Mercantile bank.
After this bank was consolidated with tho
.Metropolitan bank, the building wns lert
vacant notwithstanding the terms of the
lease. "ho plaintiffs allege that there I a
bnlnn. . due of I7,vu) on the rent, that a
Judgment was obtained, but so far have
been unable to nnd1 any of the nssots of
the Mercantile bank to recover on. The
case will coma up at the June term of the
To form n Itlryi In Club.
Independence Is to have n bicycle club
composed of young ladles. A meeting was
held yesterday, the first ot Its kind, for
the purpose of organizing a temporary
organization and dlscuslng the propriety
of the move. The meeting was held at a
fnhlonnblo Went side residence, nnd the
members of the proposed club sworn to h
crecy. After the election of the tempo
rary ofllcers n most harrowing question
w-ns broached, which made the oDIclnls of
the club look Rerious. The question was:
"Shall the club be up to date?" The sug
gestion of an up to date bloycle costume
ns very effective caused tho dignity of
some to rise, nnd came near disrupting
the proposed organization, Upon vote It
was decided not to adopt any special cos
tume, but to follow In gencrnt the simple
costumes worn by their grandmothers for
nges past. Another meeting has beon
called for Friday next.
A Ilenrllt Ihiterliilniiirnt,
The muslo loving public will appreciate
the announcement that a benefit entertain
ment Is being arranged for Mrs. 1,011110
Packard, of this city. Tho recognized lend
ing musicians nnd vocalists ot Independ
ence and Kansas City are Interested In tho
movement, nnd rehearsals for the affair
will begin tho latter part ot this week.
Mrs. Packard Is one of tho leading musi
cians of this city, nnd has been untiring In
her efforts to nssht all worthy organiza
tions here and In Kansas City during the
past seventeen years, and always refused
On Monday evening at the residence ot
Mr. and Mrs. Johnathan Hill, on North
Liberty street, their daughter, Anna, will
be married to Mr. W. J. Gurney, of Kan
sas City, Mo., who Is employed nt Cady &
Olmstead's. Hev. C. M. Hawkins, ot the
Central M. H. church. Kansas City, of
ficiating, nsslsted by Hev. Hylan. of the
Mnple Avenue church. Independence. After
tho ceremony Mr. nnd Mrs. tlurney will
depart for IJoston on a visit to Mr. Gur
ney's father and mother nnd, upon re
turning, will reside in Kansas City.
At the First Daptlst church this morning
Rev. M. J. Breaker will preach on "The
Hetrayal of Jesus." In the evening his sub
ject will be "Overcomcrs."
Hev. Alexander Proctor hns returned
home from Sedalla. He will preach at the
usual hours to-day at the Christian church.
Key. Frank Mitchell will conduct the
services to-day nt the Westminster church.
Morning subject, "Friendship." Evening,
"How Much Time Is Necessary."
Taken Ituck to Kentucky.
Sheriff II. A. Welch, ot Nlcholasvllle.
Ky.. arrived In this ilty yesterday after
William Tlllott, who Is wanted back In
Kentucky for betrayhl under promise ot
marriage. Tlllott returned with the ofllcer
without requisition papers. Sheriff Welch
brought to City Marshal Hiilse a life size
picture of W. C. I', llrccklnridge. The pic
ture was the gift of a joung Kentucklan
whom Marshal Hulse had arrested some
months ago and befriended later on.
II. A. Gallagher arrived home yesterday
from Fulton, Mo., where he was called by
tho Illness of his daughter, Mrs. T. C.
Foster's Ulues left yesterday for Sedalla,
Mo., where they expect to ptay ball to-day.
Charles A. llishop, of Portland, Ore., ar
rived in the city yesterday to look after
his business Interests.
W. G. Godbey will leave to-morrow for
his home nt Little Hock, Ark,, after .1
Pleasant visit with old acquaintances In
Dr. Douglass, formerly of Lee's Summit,
has moed to this city and opened up an
ofllce In the Ott building.
A license to marry was issued vesterdav
to Albert Walker and Miss Hosa ilrown, o"f
The severe wind storm that passed over
this city Friday evening had sufficient
force to cause damage to orchards In tho
vicinity of Independence.
Dunnls Tlernay has sold to II. C. Settle
lot 5, Old Town, Independence. The con
sideration was $l,Gv.
A largo number of teachers were exam
ined yesterday by County School Superin
tendent S. M. narrett. The majority of tho
examinations were jor renewals oc tei
The May term of the countv mnr ii-m
open In this city Monday,
Many of the Independence people who at
tended the meeting of the Chrlstlnn church
societies at Sedalla returned home last
night, well pleased with the hospitality
or tho city.
The funeral of Mrs. O. C. Halderman
took place yesterday at 10 o'clock from
the family resilience near the Alton depot.
Hev. M. J. Urenker preached the funeral
discourse. A large number of friends nnd
acquaintances were present. The remains
wero taken to Klmwood cemetery for
-Mr. Hill and family will leave next Tues.
day for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will
Veteran Company A's Social.
Veteran Company A gavo another of Its
pleasant socials at tho Armor', Twelfth
nnd Troost, Inst night. There was no set
progiamme, but a general good time was
enjoyed by the- large crowd nssembled,
Tho grand march was led by Captain Tay
lor und Miss Kate Tuohey. The entertain
ment was opened by a company 1 1 ill last
ing neaily half an hour. Tho evolutions
as peifoimed by tho veteians wero ap
plauded by tho Inyinen. Tho old fellows
handlud themselves In tho same soldierly
manner which has marked them since tho
days of 1SG1. After the drill, dancing was
Indulged In until 10 o'clock, when refresh
ments wero served. Tho dancing was ic
sumed after this, and continued until mid
night. Hlrtlit ltoportiul.
The following births were reported to the
board of health yesterday;
Snaro, Pletro and H.; boy; 217 East Sec
ond street; May 3.
f'MHers. IM and Hllzabeth; boy; 1310 Hast
E enth street; April IS.
-, uerueri anu .nana tv.; gin; 1 roost
pi j; iMay 2.
ews. J. H. and Clay; girl; 1200 East
SV4 eenth street; May 1.
Krl f. Math amUMarf; girl; 506 Wyoming
street; May 3.
Strode, Ambrose and Hula; girl; 5H Lydla
avenue; 'May I.
Hrldges, Frank nnd Hmma; boy; Guln
otte nnd Alton avenue; May 2.
Peach, W. H, and 13. P.; girl; I2tt Delle
view; May t.
Smolinsky, D. and F.j boy; 1005 Locust
street; May 2.
Hair. L. C. and Llzzla 13. j boy; 1113 East
Twelfth stiect; Muy 1.
The following deaths were reported to
the boanl of health yesterday;
Mitchell, Susan; 77 years: H25 Grove
street; softening of the brain; burial In
Fulton. Henry;. 50 years; 317 West Sixth
street; May 3; pericarditis; burial In Union
Dayton. Jacob: !52 years; 1103 West Twenty-seventh
street; May 3; tuberculosis; bur
ial In Union cemetery.
Samllngton. Thomas; -I months; 621 For
est avenue: congestion of lungs; burial In
A"ochnitzer, Louis; CO years; S1G Hast
Twenty-fifth street; May 3: crushed to
death; burial in Union cemetery.
Wilson, Hose P.: i years; 2011 Allen ave
nue; May 1; meningitis; burial In Union
Marrlago Licenses Imued.
The following couples were yesterday li
censed to wed;
Harry II. Watt, Kansas City Mo 2
Callla C. Anderson, Kansas City, Mo 23
J. D. Jacks, Platte county, Mo ii
Mrs. Angle L. Drown, Platte -o., Mo 30
John Marcus. Jackson county. Mo 37
Margaret Fogarlty, Douglas, Neb 31
Mr. Wlckes lu tho City.
Thomas H. Wlckes, Jr.. ot Chicago, ar
rived, in the city yesterday, and a truest
J)t tha Midland.
txrkc . ? .
"I used often to rend the newspaper aloud
to my wife," said llett Knliltton, "and once
I was fairly 'taken In ' by n patent medicine
advertisement. The seductive pntagraplt
bewail ultlt a modest account of the sea
serpent, but ended by scttlmr forth Ihc vir
tues of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery, which, it was alleged, wai n cure for
all nroiichlat; Throat and I.unp; troubles,
and would even cure Coummption, If taken
in time. The way I was taken in was this !
I had lung discnic, and I bought a bottle
of the icmcdyj I was a stranger to It, nnd It
took me In and cured me." Kobliuoti's
experience Is identical with that of thou
sands of others. So true is this, that nftcr
witnessing, for mnnv years, the marvelous)
cures of llrouchial, Throat nnd I.ung affec
tions wrought by this wonderful remedy, its
manufacturers feel warranted in saying that
this wonderful remedy will (lire jxi ftr
cent, of nil cases of consumption, If taken
In the earlier stages of the disease. This
tuny seem like a bold assertion to those
familiar only with the means generally in
use for Its treatment; as, nasty cod liver oil
nnd its filthy emulsions, extract of malt,
whiskey, different preparations of hypopos
phitcs and such like palliatives.
Although by many believed to be Incura
ble, there is the evidence of hundreds of
livitiR witnesses to the fact that, in all its
earlier stafres, consumption is a curable
disease. Not every case, but a large per
centage of cases, nnd we believe, jully 9?
per cent, are cured by Dr. Tierce's Golden
Bleeding From Lungs, Consumption.
Mr. C. II. Harris, of So. tin Second Avrnue,
Rock Islam!, tit., writes: "I wish to say that
Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery saved my
C It. Harris, Esq.
C. H. Harris, Esq.
life and his made me n man ; my homc-physl-chn
siys I am good for forty years ct. You
will remember that my case was a case just be
tween life and death, nnd nil of my friends were
sure it was a case of death, until I commenced
taking a second bottle of 'Golden Medical Ills
covcry,' when I was nlile to sit up nnd the cough
was very much better, and the bleeding from
. SUNDAY TIPS.
Jackson T.ltbla Springs IVnter.
You can get ten gallons of Jackson Llth
la Springs Water, delivered nt your homo
anywhere In Kansas City. Mo., for $1, or
at your home In Kansas City. Kan., for
$1.2o. Why do you pay rrom ten to fifteen
times as much Tor other Llthla waters,
when many physicians say there Is none
better on the market than tho Jackson
Llthla? We requite Sl.73 deposit to guaran
tee the return of can and faucet within
sixty da 8. but will send for thu same and
return the si.75 upon recclnt of notlco at
room SOU New I'nglnnd building, or by tel
ephone 1IC that the can Is empty. This
water remains pure for an Indefinite time.
We ship It In cans to many places In other
JACKSON L1T1IIA SPRINGS CO..
500 New England bulldlnjf.
Hooks (new and old) bought, sold and ex
changed. Click's new location, 710 Main.
Washington, May . Secretary Gresham
passed a moie comfortnble night that he
has recently expetlenced and on the whole
he Is said to be resting more comfortably
man nu uiu yesterday.
Primary, l-ecoml try or Tcr
tlary Hjplillls ijcriuanently
curoil in 1.1 to 3S il.irs. You
miiiruuty. If you prefer to coruo hero wo will con
tract to pay railroad faro and holel tills, und no
churco, 1 1 wo fall to cure. If on havo taken uier
1 my, Imllila ixiliisli, ami still have uclics and
Jul us, M iieous I'atclieslu mouth, Norn Throat,
Mniile, Copper Colored NnotH, Vlcrra un
anir iartof tho tidy, IInlporKyelirowfiIIHi;
out, It Is tilts HypUllllla Jtl.UUlt 1'OINO.V
that wo Kiuiriiiitro to cum. Wo solicit tho mpit
cuatliiuto cuseHiind chlilleniiu tlm world for
it cast- wo cannot euro, r-yphllls has ulwa)9
liilllled Hi" skill or the most eminent pliynl
cluna. SSUU.OOOcanitalbclilndouruneondmun d
KUnrnnlJ. Aluuliile primls sent sealed a appli
cation. Address COOK. KMMIUIY CO., a07
SliK.mlp Temple, (!III(!A(1C1. F.T..
Made a well
inn ti-tKAi --
If.UUl'CES THE AUOYU
m.rtlXTiUi. Cl XIVI'H. Curt' all
Nvrwus llv-.H.f. ittllliiLr Houiorr,
r-rt.-iilj.b.L'uilvni?ti4. Niifhllv Lmi
biuiin,bU'.,cuucilb i'asiaL.ua,KtvedTliur uuililzt
itiabri.tikkMi-rtfunii, anil qui fitly butaunly reitorta
J.oatlaii.M.i.U In old or jountr, h.llycurrlta.i. vat
lortcct. I'ficu1.0u(iickage, Bit for5 tKiMllh m
wrltU'ii aruunui.te twmreur inonvr r-tuudrd. Uoti't
buuun imitation i uul itiMst un Imffiitf INIIAI'O, If
yuurdnir.'L.'.atlia.i nut trot lt,wu will tmaHrt'pa.d.
tirlautatM(dluulCo.l'rvp.)t tb!ctget l.lr oar !
SOLD by H. C. Arnold, N. . Cor. 5th anj M.ta
Sts., KANSAS CITV, MO., leading druggists.
B rgwDssn w mmto
TbC Bt ron(ftil purest T-ye
m4o. Utillko other Lt It Utnfj
h Out) yowdcr ami rackul la a ca
VillU rtUOTfttlt UJ. lllO UKlUTiU
aro alaye Mylor aWIU
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Nailarilntf Usmiul ivrtnklis Ihodtaudt
urrtl. I y iri' .aocorul 1 raciUe lot rr-1 TlfATMENT
Uc-l4facllonor alJtawiibticbialoM-t-ia 1 i M11U
U-McViclter's Theater Dld-., Chicago
Oil, GATON'S TANSY PILLS I
I lie mot rriiiblerrmetl; for Udll. AUiyf ife.iarctual,
iiohm:s .vnu vihiiclks.
pvr mouth; sent for and returned. Mark S.
B-llbury. Indeiiendence. Mo.
lb' YOU WANT BOod uld-Iihloa butur,
milk or cream, ga to cUUateek' rtu
rsjjt. tin Walnut itrect.
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I Medical Discovery, even nflcr the disease
nas progressed so lar ns 10 initucc repented
Weldings from the lungs, sccte liiiBcritiR
cough with copious expectoration (includ
injr tubercular matter), great loss of flesh
and extreme ctunciation nnd weakness.
Do you doubt that hundreds of such cases
repotted to us ns cuitd by " Golden Medical
Discover'" were genuine rases of that
dte.nl nnd fatal disease? You need not
take our word for it. They have, in nearly
every instance, been so pronounced by the
best nnd most experienced home phjsiclans,
who have no interest whatever in misrepre
senting them, nnd who were nncn strongly
prejudiced nnd ndvised ngnlnst a ttl.il of
''Golden Medical Discovuy," but who
have been forced to confess that it sur
passes, in curative power over this fatal
malady, nit other medicines with which
they nre acquainted. Nasty cod liver oil
ami its filthy "emulsions" nnd mixtures
had been tried in nearly nil these cases nnd
had either utterly failed to brnefit, or had
only seemed to benefit a little for a short
time. Kxtrnct of malt, whiskey, nnd var
ious preparations of hypophosphltcs had
nlso been faithfully tried In vain.
The photographs of n large number of
those cured of consumption, bronchitis, lin
gering coughs, nsthnin, chronic nasal catarrh
and kindred maladies, have been skillfully
reproduced in a book of 1G0 pages which will
be mailed to yon, on receipt of address nnd
six cents in stamps. You can then write
those cured and learn their experience.
Address for Hook, World's Disit-s'sary
Mkdicai. Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
my lungs stopped, and before I hud taken six
liottlcs of 'Golden Medical Discovery' my
cough censed nnd I wns a new man and ready
for business. Doctors nnd nil kinds of medi
cines failed to do me nny good.
I will send to you two of my photographs)
one was taken n fen- weeks before I wns tnketi
down sick In bed, nnd the other was taken
after I was well."
Mrs. Jnssn . Smith, of HatJur, StUiii Co.,
Manitoba, writes: "It is my pleasant duty ta
acKnowieuge tnc ucne
fd I received from Dr.
l'lcrcc's Golden Med
ical Discovery. Alut
seven years ago I be
came troubled with my1
liincs consumption in
Us first stnge. Sonic of.
my friends in Ontario '
nau nccn using your
medicine before I knew
anything of it : nnd nf
tcr coming to this coun
try, I commenced tak
ing it. nnd I think it
has done wonders for
me. Inm positive, that
if nny one will persist
in tnklng it, it will do Mrs. Smith.
nil you say.
It hns done so much for me that I feel it my
duty to testify to its wonderful curative prop
OWNEItS OF HEATING PLANTS!
Now Is the tlmo to look over your heating
apparatus, while nil defects nre fresh In
your memory, nnd then mnko repairs or
changes nt your convenience during tho
.summer: will call on you If you will ad
vise. OEO. LEAS' HOILTCIt WOltKS,
Tel. H2I. Nos. 0 to If. West Front st.
A PAIIl of shoes given free for the best
want advertisement on our Men's part
nership hand sewed i'i.K, shoes. Good until
DeVAULT GKEENE SHOE CO..
DIG Walnut st.
"WITHIN THE GOLDEN CHICLE"
Latest publication on Cripple Creek and its
mines; namlsomely Illustrated; mailed free
with ninps. The Woods Investment Co.,
Colorado Springs, Col.
DOUIITFI.'L claims collected anywhere in
this country or Europe without charge un
less successful. "International Law & Col
lection Association," 20J Nelson bldg.
FOIt SALE Fine new leather top sutrey
nnd driving mate; bargain In the stylish
surrey: cost $250: mate worth $2:,0; nil for
fJOi). Address V. CS7, Journal ofllce.
l!i:UKHIIlHK'S system of wall paper
cleanlin,- neer falls to ulve satisfaction;
S years' experience. J. B. Berkshire, S.".'
Oak st. Tel. CS0.
OIIj OP IJIJAUTY for tho complexion; S13
n.i8t ICth street; lady agents wanted.
Madame 13. I. Zahner.
JAMK8 DANNO.V, the architect, hns re
sumed business, with olllces Temple block.
ADVIC1) and assistance Unit mnken the
unhappy and lnokeii-he.irted unfortunato
happy and successful all through life; If
you nro In trouble try a helping hand from
llr. Morris, the celebrated clairvoyant of
tho Huh century. He can bo consulted on
all nffalrs of life; tho separated brought to.
Kother; causes happy marrlaKea with the
ono you choose; don't full to call on I)r,
Morris; you will find him a perfect nentle-
man anu very nonesi in ins uusiness. ur
flco nt HW Ouk t-t. Lettcra with stamps
MIIH. U. JAMUS. tho uell known clair
voyant and trance medium, may be con
sulted at 12u9 Ursnd ave,; parlors 3) and 40.
1'resldent. Vice fiesldent.
. u nAnnis,
MIDLAND TRANSFER CO.-Frelsrht
nnd batrenRe transferred to and from all
depots. Furniture moved and packed by
experts. 407 and 409 Wyandotte St., Kan
sas City. Mo. Telephone 1M7.
nilON'fl RIMfl. the Oreat Chinese Merit
clue Man, who has made such Kreat success
In the treatment with Chinese medicines
of all diseases that the human flesh Is heir
to, continues to euro them with his Chi
nese medicine. He can be consulted at 211
W. 6th St.. upstairs, Kansas City, Mo.
PHiinva school for piano. uo
Troost. A thorough musical education after
the iiu-thods ot kuiijk unu i.escniHUKy,
tinder whoso Brulduneo the director's stud
ies were completed Bend for circular con
taining terms, press criticisms, etc.
bTi:.t uAitnrr ulkaninu.
Galloway & Khiinkland Ktenm Carpet
Cleaning und HenovatlnB Works, 15th nnd
Ab'iies, Tel. 2I2S. Our specialty, ulterlng
and laying. liefer (by permission) to nrln
clpal carpet houses and hotels In tho city.
KMNHW STOItAtlK CO.
ture storage. Advances made; packing and
shipping done. JOHN A. EAME3.
80b Walnut st. Tel. 2C56. Manager.
SAUNDKUS &. Wlille.lUU B. 18th street.
'phone 2038. Refitting and laying carpets a
cpeclalty; upholstering of all kinds; mat
tresses renovated. Refer to Doggett D. O.
uo. ana itoot. Keitn i-ur. uo.
DELANV At the residence of her dauirh.
ter. Mrs. H. I.. Woodson. 1319 nii.irtriitA
btreet. Kansas City Mo., on May 4. UW,
Mis. Sophia Louise DeUny, aged 73 years.
Funeral from St. ratrtck's church. Sth
and Cherry street; on Monday next, at I
m. rntaaa iivitca.
1'lillSO.VAt, t!Mnrlf ffentlenien with
J-outiR wives lllul "VlKornla"1(lnlill) In
despensnble; It Improves tho memory,
brlKhUns tho Inlellrit. stfnille the nerxes
and restores; lost seximl xlgor! by uslni?
"Vlfrorola" Ihe full contiol of nil human
faculties! Is ngnln steured: It literally pro
lotiits hiimati life by Infttslmt new vlinl
slrvnRth, full cnjo)nicnt of phjslcal and
sexual energy nnd it tejuvrnntlnti of nil
youthful poers; "Vlgorola" ottetuli the
linnd of hopo to tho tienrly hopeless! Its
nfltonlshlhft efllcnty delights nil who ue
It; ierfH'ily harmless! curried In Vrt
jocket! prlee, 12 per Mali three vials, for
K; by mall, se.tleil; circulars free and con
fidential. Dr. II. T. .Miller, 31 (jiilncy st
HUI'KIIKMIOUH hair, moles nnd warts
permanently rcmoted by electricity with
out pain or senr. Thli Is the oldest estali-
nut pain or scar, nils is ine ouiesi pninii
llhed place of tho West nnd the only ono
that can rIvo Kansas City's IcndlitK phy-
shilnh n kf . K miatiantnA tnv ,
l'llIlKONAl I-Ullei only! 'ToiilO" Is
the oldest and only nlunyit Riiecessfiil
painless nnd hnrinless bust develoier nnil
restorer on the market; It will positively
enlarge tho Imsl from three to live Inches!
price two doll.UH per bottle; live dollars,
full treatment: confidential circulars nnd
testimonials free. Mrs. II, T. Miller, Ul
Qnlnry St.. ('hlcnso.
l'IJRCNAI -Txiitlp! "llOKtilator Tab
lets" ute safe reliable nnd always effectives
tansy, pptttiytojnl or cottonroot iirep.ir.t
lions lire not to be compared with these
seleiitlilcally I'ompnundtd tablets; lll not
disappoint: never fall; by mall, scaled, $1.50.
Mrs. Or, II. T. .Miller, 21 Qulncy st Chica
riJUHONAl- Have you seen It? "Art
Studies From the Nude;" n monthly poi t
follo for lovers of highest art; superb re
productions of paintings by rennurd nrt
Ists; May number ready; prleo .'a', mnlled
by Artists l'llb. CO. Dept, C7, St. Louts. Mo.
A PAIR of shoes given free for the best
'want ndvertlsement on our Men's part
nership hntiil sewed J3.M shoes. Good until
DoVAULT aiinnNn SIIOll CO.,
1110 Wiilnut st.
I'nil.SONAT -Attention ladles! "nnima"
Ilust Developer will enlarge your bust .1
Inches. Guaranteed. Sealed Instructions
2e, or 21 page Illustrated catalogue e, by
mall, i:innia Toilet Ilazar, Boston, Mass.
l'RRHOXAL-Siipcrlliious hair. Write
for free information how to remove hnlr
permanently without slightest Injury to
skin; supersedes electrolysis. Curtis Co.,
Uli 3.M st., Chicago.
FACIAL llLi:.MIKItP.S. snpernuous hnlr,
moles, warts, wrinkles, pimples, tan nnd
eczema permanently removed. Complexion
nnd nicctrlenl Parlors. W New Ridge bldg.
lH'HINHSS CIIANCi: Hneeulate with a
responsible house nnd get icllablo Informu
tlon by rending our Dally Market Hulletln
and our inuntinl on mnrgln trading In
grnln, provisions nnd stocks. Both pent
free upon request. Take advantage of this
rising market by Investing In grain. Kach
cent advanced will double your money.
Slanscll Sr Co., bankers nnd brokers, suite
7, Traders' bldg., Chicago.
representatives In every town and city to
sell the great rheumatic cure, Clark's Red
Cross Medicinal Water; nature's wonderful
remedy. Write for terms and territory.
FISH & VAUOIIAN. CJcn'l Contracting
Agents for U. S.A., 41M Cottage Grove ave..
1 Ol.l.l.T . I41 , .'lillllllill-llll IllK
company (machlr."r) wants exclusive
agent, Knns.iH City and district; closest
Investigation invited; splendid opening for
capable man with small capital. Address
7. 071, Journnl olllee.
HH!TV1.3L. nil ivnn n ,.r . ,.-
IH'SINUSS CHANCES Ten per cent per
week guarantee. Dividends paid every
Monday. Business legitimate and enor
mously profitable. Full Information free.
Cln'tl Investment Co.. 170 Race St.. Cincin
?I0 MADE EVERY DAY by new plan of
systematic grain speculation; send for free
booklet showing how to make money, even
on wrong side of market; past workings of
plan nnd highest references furnished. Vnl
entlne &. Co.. 701 Traders bldg., Chicago.
BUSINESS CHANCE-For Sale-One half
Intei est In best paying real estate olllce
In Kansas City, Kan.
J. L. WILLIAMS.
CIS Minnesota nvo., Knnsns City, Kas.
CLOSING Ol'T the balance of tho Albo
Miller stock ot U and 1 shoes nt $1.85 and
J.'.'tf a pair,
DeVAULT GREENE SHOE CO.,
111G Walnut street.
BUSINESS CHANCIJ-Send for Informa
tion na to the only practical way to piny
the races successfully; bank references.
Ashton's Turf Bureau, 213 Dearborn St.,
WANTED Partner. Lady or gentleman
with somo means; business light, pleasant,
piotltablu, P.ti titulars of partner. Ad
dress L G09. Journal olllce.
IlKAI. E.STAT n TRANSFERS.
NORMAN & ROBERTSON.
of abstracts nnd examiners of
Nu. 10 East Sixth street, furnish dally tho
transient or real estate men in tno record
er's olllce nt Kansas City, Mo.
Notice All transfers appearing In our
dally reports contain covenants of general
warranty, unless otherwise stated.
Thotuns II. Snopo to Great Western
iiuuuing t,'onipaiiy; part lot 7, t.
H. Hwopo's second addition $
U. 11. JlUKIies unu wue 10 .M, uun
nlngham; part lot 3. all lot I, block
3, Cowherd's Mrooklyn Hill
Frances E. Hoffman nnd husband to
(J. N. Paige; lot 7 nnd part lot S,
F. A, Wood's nddltlon
V. W. Smyth nnd wife to John U.
Beaton; lots 7 ami 8, Snugbro park.
Thomas J. Buchanan nnd wife to
John D. Thomas; lot lu Oglcbay's
Frank Simpson und wlfo to J. A,
Stewart el al, trustees; lot 31, block
2, Union park
Concordia Loan nnd Trust Company
to 1'asstiiipslo Savings bank; part
lots 19 and 20, block 4, Merrlum
S.unu to Cellu E. Tobes, trustee;
part lots 7 ami 8, block 4. Merrlam
Winner Investment Company to Per
ry Onion; part lot 3, Lloyd place ,.
James II. Oglebay to Cora Bucha
nan; lot In Oglebay's flr.st addition.
J. C. Hooper and wife to Emma F,
Ege; part lot 113. Altuiiiont ........
Kittle Ureshnm nnd husband to Al
llat.ee Trust Company; part lots 1
ami 2, block 2, Cowherd's Brooklyn
Annie Brldgeford und husband to
Man' E. Woodward; lot 5, block 4,
Frana Welsh to Missouri Union
Trust Company; purt block S3, Mc
Gee'g add 'ion , , ,,..,,
Rama to sn'.iu; part snmo ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Same to same; part same ,,.,,,
II. M. HoMen to I'erry Onion; lot 3,
Lloyd place ,,,,,,,,., ,,,
FOR SALE First mortgage, of tl.Ofti, on
900 acres lit northeast corner of Barber
county. Kits.; 2W ucres In wheat, and 0
acres In oats, about 300 acres pasture land.
Lombard Investment Co. held mortgage on
CIO acres of above land foril.OiV), but It was
paid oft. Mortgage runs for five years ut
8 per cent. Addiess 7. 583, Journal otilce,
A PAIR of shoes given free for the best
want advertisement on our Men's part
nership hand sewed f3.8j shoes. Good until
DoVAULT GREENE SHOE CO,,
Ilia Walnut st.
FOR SALE New custom made express
and delivery wugons; all sizes; a line of
carriages, surrles, phaetons, buggies, at
low prices; ulso second hand buggies.
Harrlgan-Zartman Carriage Co.
FOR SALE Part or all of a steam wll
drilling outfit. 302 Mass. building.
wiioi.t:sAi.i; mo vclks.
WE want a young man In every town In
Missouri. Kansas and Nebraska to handle
our wheels. Get our catalogue and prices
to agents. KANSAS CITV BICYCLE CO..
1027 and 1029 Broadway. Kansas Clty.Mo.
SAFES oDened and repaired, boua-ht and
old. Combination locks cleaned and
changed. 13. liARRIQAN. Expert.
Tensilon it. un ut ieuiu it.
csiitiu n- iticiriit vi fkuiiiiinivv in-
experienced oiierntor or a refund of money
Is of no avail It scarred for life, I make
a specially of this only. Consultation freo
nnd confidential Mrs. Addlo Randall,
pii"ci;iiifti, room to, i-zcujuuiit uiuiuiuk
1103 Mntn PU
WANTED A party with from fl.000 to
$3,000 to tnke nn Interest in a well estab
lished mfg. business; can show a good big
prollt In the business; a practical machin
ist or traveling salesman preferred; for full
particulars, address W CT, Journal olllce.
MONt'.V TO t.tl.W.
IWI1M t.OAN.'M Near Kansas fit v. In
Missouri nnd Kansas; nnnunl bit-rest pay
able nt borrower's, hoim bank; money
ready. Lonns nlso for stlc.
JAMES L LOMBARD.
0er First Nau-mal bank.
CLOSING OUT the balance ,.f the Albo
Miller stock of $3 nnd $1 shoes nt Jl.SS and
i!V n pair.
DeVAULT URIMSNE SltoE CO.,
1110 Wrtlnnt street.
6 AND f, PER CENT money on business,
residence nnd fnrm property! unusually fa
tnrable terms. Apply to Homer Reed or
Then Nnsh, I0W Rroidwny.op.Costes housit.
LOW INTIBtEST-Kahsfts City loans;
Improved property only. Call or nddress
JAMES L. LOMIIARD.
Over First National bank.
MONEY TO LOAN direct, 0. 7 and 8 per
cent. H. L. JOHNSON CO,
Telephone IM7. 721 N Y. Life bldg.
1 H Jr.). Real
CO. IV, II..
LOOAL MONEY to loan at 0 per cctvtl op
tion to pay,
BUXTON SECURITY CO.. 7H Del st.
WANTUD Hoys between the ages of 7
nnd 10) yenrs to test the merits of our
shoes. Wo carry n complete assortment of
Bojs' nnd Youths' shoes.
DeVAULT URUENE SHOE CO..
BIG Walnut st.
WANTED To sell ten share btnk slock,
Ills per Bhnre. Will pay Id to 15 per cent
dividend, Capital ot bank 110,00", in East
rn Kansas. Address ,'.,Wl, Journal olllee.
TllUHTHH'H SALE Whereas, Nicholas
T. Eaton nnd Mamie Eaton, his wife, by
their certain deed of trust, dated February
?., 1W, and recorded In tho olllce of the
recorder of deeds for Jackson county, state
ot .Missouri, nt Knnsns City, on February
2, 1819, In book "B" .139. nt page 171. con
veyed to the undeislgncd. Dnvld II. littlen.
Ihe follow lug described real estate situate
In the county of Jackson, state of. .Mis
souri, to-wlt: Lot numbered one hundred
and seventeen (117) and lot numbered one
hundred nnd eighteen (US), lu Ross nnd
Scnrrltl's addition to the City of Kansas
(now Kansas City), which said deed or
trust was mode to secure the payment of
the bonds or notes In said deed ot trust
described, together with the interest theio
011; nnd, whereas, default has tx.en mario
In the payment of some of the said bonds
or notes, und tho Interest thereon, and all
the Indt-btcdness secured by the said deed
of trust (excepting that part thereof which
has been paid) Is long past duo nnd un
paid; now, therefore, nt the request of the
owners nnd holders of said duo nnd un
paid bonds or notes and Interest, notice Is
hereby given Hint I, the undersigned, the
snld David II. Ettlen, In pursuance of the
potycra vested In mo by snld deed of trust,
will, on Monday, the 27th day of May, ISM,
between tho hours of nine o'clock In the
forenoon nnd live o'clock In tho nfternoon,
piocced to sell the properly hetelnberore
and In snld deed of trust described, ut
public vendue, to the highest bidder, for
cash, nt the south front door of the court
house, located between Missouri nvenue,
Oak, Locust nnd Firth slreets, In Kanas
City, In the county or Jackson, slate of
Missouri, being tho front door of the build
ing In the City of Kansas (now Kansas
,-ivj, .iiiifiiiiu, in wnicu tnc circuit court
of said Jackson county Is held, to pay salii
utipnld bonds or notes and Interest, and
the costs and expenses of executing this
trust. DAVID H. UTTIEN, Trustee.
Dated Kansas city. Mo., May 2. ISM.
TRITSTHU'S SALE-Whcioas, Tilda Muff
(a widow), by her certain deed of trust,
dated the 9th day of Mny. lS'U, and iceord
cri on the llth day or Mnv, 18'il. In book 11
46.1, at page C.W. lu the olllee of the recorder
of deeds ot Jackson county, Missouri, at
Kansas City, conveyed to me, George
Kunipf, the undersigned tiustee, the fol
lowing described real estate, situate In the
county of .Inekson, In the state of Mis
souri, to-wlt: Lot numbered five 13) (cept
ng live (1",) feet 01T north side thereof). In
block number three (.1), In "McCSeo Plnrc."
nn nddltlon to the city of Kansas (now
Kansas City), in the county of Jackson,
and state ot Missouri, ns the same Is
marked and designated on the recorded
plat now on file In the olllce or tho recorder
of deeds of said county, and state, In
trust, however, to secmu the payment or a
certain promissory note In said deed or
trust described: nnd, whereas, default has
been made In the payment ot said promis
sory note; now, therefore, at the request
of tho legal owner and holder of the said
note, public notice Is hetebv given that I
will, In accordance with the terms ami
provisions or said deed of tiust, and by
virtue of the power In me vested thcrebv.
sell nt public vendue to the highest bidder,
nt the west door of the United State:, cus
tom house, on the so'itliLast corner of 9th
nnd Walnut strerts, In Kansas City, lu the
county of Jackson, aforesaid, the 1e.1l es
tate hereinbefore mid In sold deed of trust
described, for cash, between the hours of
nine o'cloik In the forenoon, and live
o'clock In Iho afternoon, on Thursday, the
tlth day of June, 1S93, for the puipuse of
paying said note and the cost or ejtn utliig
this trust. GEORGE Kt'MPF.
Robert Adams. Attorney.
TRUSTEE'S SALE Whereas. George
Henry Mlvhirlls, and Louise Mlchaelis, Im
wife, hi their deed of trust, dated the
2.'d day of .March, IS'tl, and rerotded In the
olllee of the reeordtr of deeds In Jackson
ounty, Missouri, nt Knnns City, on the
first day of May. 189.1, In book 11 :0.i, ut page
S'l, did eomey to the undersigned trustee
the following described r.il estate, sltu
nted In the county of Jackson and slate ot
Missouri, to-wlt. l.ot numbered two (.'),
lu Dickson place, an addition to Kansas
City, In trust, to secure the payment of
tne promissury noie, in sum ueeu uehrriueii,
with Interest us therein described, and 11K0
the payment. 11s therein described, of cer
tain dues nnd tines ns therein set forth,
and, whereas, default wns made In tho
payment of Ihe Interest us therein do
icrlbed.as well a of the dues and fines nfore
said.for the period or more than six months
after the said dues, lines and Interest lie
came due and payable, by le.ison whereof,
under Ihe provisions ot said deed or trust,
the said note hns also heroine due nnd
piyable, nnd tho fame, together with snld
dues, lines and Interest, remain due and
unpaid; now. therefore, nt tho request of
the legal holder- of tnld note, and In ac
cordance with the provisions or snld deed
or tri.tt, I. s snld trustee will, on Mon
day the 13th day or May, 1SJ5, between the
hours or nine o'clock a, m. nnd llvo o'clock
p m , nt the south tront door or the county
eonit house In Kansas City. Jaekton
county. Missouri, expo-e 10 sale mid sell
to the highest bidder, for cash, the above
de.irlhei! rial estate at public vendue, to
sntly the debt aforesaid and the costs
f this trust. JAMES SCAMMON.
WHEREAS. J. Q. A. King and Fntha E.
King, his wife, by their deed of trust dated
tho 26th day or October, ivej. nnd recorded
on the 20th dnv ot October, ISSS, In book II
3."9, at pngu 299 ot the records or Jackson
county, Missouri, conveyed to tho under
signed. David II, Ettlen, trustee, the fol
lowing described real estate, lying nnd be
ing In the county of Jackson nnd stato of
Missouri, to-wlt; Lots numbered twenty
five (20) and twenty-six (2o), of block num
ber (loven (11). of the resurvey ot Pendle
ton Hdghts, an addition to the City of
Kansas, nccoidlng to the recorded pl.it
theteof, together with nil of the Improve
mints thereunto belonging. In trust, to se
cure tho na men t of a principal real estutu
bond unu coupons therein descilbed; und
whereas, default has been made In the pay
ment of the principal sum nt said bund and
Interest thereon, and the whale Is past duo
nnd unpaid; now, theiefore, public notlco
Is hereby given that I, David II, Ettlen. thu
trustee named In said deed of trust, will. In
uecordunce with the terms and provisions
of said deed of trust, at the request of the
legal holder und owner of said bond, pro.
cred to sell the ubove described property
ut public, vendue, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the front door of tho county court
house In tho city of Independence, lit thu
county of Jackson, itioicsald, on Saturday,
the twenty-fifth day of May, 195, between
the hours of nine o'clock lu the forenoon
nnd live o'clock In thu afternoon, of that
dny, for tha purpose of paying said debt
und tho cost of executing this triut.
DAVID 11. ETl'lEN. Trustee,
Edward O. Wright. Attorney.
TRUSTEE'S SALE Notice Is hereby
given that the undersigned, as trustee, will
sell at public vendue, to the highest bid
der, (or rash, on Saturday, the 25th day of
Muy, 1893, between the houts ut 9 o'clock
a. in. and 5 o'clock p. 111., or that day, ut
the east front door of the building (court
house), in Independence, Jackson county,
Missouri. In which tha circuit court ot tald
county Is held, the following described
real estate, situated lit said county, viz.:
The southwest quarter of the southeast
quarter of the southeast, und the south 11
ucres ot the east half of the southeast
quarter of the southeast quarter, all of
act Hon 23. township 43, range 29; also the
north 31 33-100 acres of tho northeast quar
ter ot the northeast quarter of section 4,
In township 4,7. ruuge 29. by lrtua of the
authority given him by a certain deed of
trust, dated the ISth duy of June, 189.'.
.im! recorded on the 9Jd 1l.1v of June. 1W,.
in the recorder's olllce of said county, at
Independence, In book 192. at page Sv7,
whereby D. A. Curry coin eyed t-ald real
estate to the undersigned, as trustee, to se
cure tho payment of the bonds In said
deed described, default having been made
In the payment of said bonds, and the legal
holder of same having requested thu uudvr
slgned to sell said real estate to pay said
bonds and the cost of executing the trust.
DAVID II. ETTIEN, Trustee.
UNION DEPOT TIME CARD
tsthelvittot IIH A DO
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Chnlr Cars Froo,
lliketorices, M Mala
St-atul llll L'nluti Ma
cAddross II. C ORR. A. (J. P. A.. Kansas
Instriictl. as - ,1 trains dally tinteM
!,L"it.'u,J. 1 rxci.pt Sunday; ',' Sdiday
only; "," rxcopt Saturday; "y," except
,.!'!!" ,Vi ' HniiiMlny uhij. First col'
Vi'i'i'.v.'VW?'.1"00'"1 inlnnin. nrrive.
HANNIBAL A: ST. JOU R. R.-Burlltigtoti
i rnins. 4 Leave. Arrive.
..li.'N Hrookrtelil xt.uopm xlo '0nm
Atlantic rxprixs , ,.,, .1.00 am SJ.pm
t hlcngo rast tnnll, Ell.... r, to pin 8 viam
St. Louis exprisa 8 18 pin sptam
B. As M. II. H., i.v NEBRASKA-Burlllig-
Denver & if. ,.loP1.!rSS.w
,-cl KUI'.......'. 11.00 n m 7-".pm
K. C, BI. JOE COUNCIL BLUFFS
Ojnnhn ft ,. itfu7J,:tfU
Jf.JJii.S'" '. Mpm 'in IH11111
V 1,, a ?,l,f-. M:l5pm G:30ra
si1- " lown mnll LSoutii s , put
i.f.v,tI,l',l!cM 11.000m 7.pm
,jbWw01 " -Mchlsou ft
vVii .'Is ,,h 3:30 pm 1.45 pm
10:10 n 11 ",Jku Leiivetiwottn cxci.pl tho
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND ft PACIFIC.
ni.i....r".ln!,..I,i,,t of Missouri River .
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UilCritfp I litiltr,! 0 lAtmi 10.W um
it..i.Jr',.!l!s.w'',,t of Missouri RUcr.
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Den., lol, Sp. .it Pueblo.. lo.JUittn f..Si pn
''S'.n-.'i-ol-Sp. .V Pueblo . zS.IH pill S.:i)nIi
Vlchltn, I T. A: Ft. W.. 8.10 pm .n nn
7.,U,.l'f".,i.l'.nichlnt)ii .... is to inn is.Mnnt
Vt .iaul.'U P-U'IFIC R. lt.-Tl.ilns Etst.
Mall .,tn Kitprcss 7 Wain "I'ipin
St. Louis day express .... Iv.UiMuu t- lm
Limited night express .... S.JO put 7 mum
hnst mall pistsonger u.30iun in'iuaiA
I.exliigton ft St Louis ex. 7.iipm Hl.ii) urn
Lexington ft Seditlln pas. 0.33 am 7 tw pin
, Trains West. . ..
CotTeyvll c ft Col in:i;.nm Ji.lj om
CofTeyvlile ft Wichita .... U2i)pin 7.20 am
Jop,. Fort Sc't ft Wichita. 4:0Snm 11:33pm
Jopllu ft Texas express. ,..in.:,i)nm 0:30 pm
Joplln ft Texas express.. 7:W pin 7.12 am
Omaha, T.ln.ft N. City ex.. a-ISpm r,'30nm
Omaha ft C. li. dny ex.... 7 I1J11111 UiOUpm
K. C ft A. accom. ex....xs.O)tn S:3)nm
K. C. ft St. Joe ex 10:30 mn o:'-' pm
K. C., A. ft St. Joe ix.... C.Vi (im li:M)uin
KANSAS CITY NORTHWUSTEItN R. R
Seiieea ft llealrlce ex.... 7:30 am , 4.1 pm
WABASH RAILROAD COMPANY.
St. 1.0111s ft Chicago ex.... 8:00 am 710 pm
St. L. ft N. Y. Llm. ex....xl0.iX nm x0:00 pm
St, L D. M. ft St. P. ex.. SiXi pm 7:00 am
K. C. ft Chicago express.. 0:20 pm 9:20 am
CHICAGO ft ALTON.
Chicago ft St. Louis ex.... 9:Wnm C:30pm
Chlcugo limited 0:Wpm K.l'nim
St. L. ft Chicago i'X Sil'itmi 7:13 am
KANSAS CITY. FORT SCOTT ft MEM
PHIS. Florida Fast Mall 10:3ijnm C:00pm
Harrlsotnllle ft Clinton. . xlO;rl nm ti:Wpm
Deepwnter accom f:2.'pm 10:4"am
Cberokeo accom 6:2.7 pnt 10:4"nin
Sulnirtian passenger j()pm "tKlnni
Joplln ft New Orleans .... 10.00 pm 7:03 am
MISSOURI. KANSAS ft TEXAS R'Y.
Texas mnll 10:1.1 tun r,:3.l pin
Texas express 00.1 pm 7:23am
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Pacific coast limited 99) Din R:0Opni
Denver ft Cal. ex 7:20 pm s:30nm
ATCHISON. TOPEKA ft SANTA FE R'Y.
Etst or .Missouri Hlcr.
Chicago limited h:20pm 8;30nm
Columbian express 6.30pm I'M pm
Atlantic express r, .tunm li:30pm
Fort Madison local x7-r,0am x0:30pm
West ut .Missouri River.
Tcxns express S.1.1 11m 4:20 pm
So. Kns. passenger I':ltt am 6:20 pm
Col. ft Utah llm U:iam S:fipm
fallfornln llm 1-Mptn C:W pm
Mex. ft Cal. express 2.00 pm C-IOam
Emporia pass xl:20 pm x 11:20 nm
Topeka express 4'30pni 9:10 nm
Pnnhnndle express 9-10 pm fiSnin
Ok. ft Dodge City ex ... 9:20pm 6:45am
(Ir.iml t'entr.il Depot, Slid mid WjntnloHc.
CHICAGO OREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
Chi., St. Paul ft Minn 10-00 am 6,(stpm
St. .V.. Des. M. ft Chi 9:00 pm 7:15 an
St. J., Des. M ft Chi lltdpn
KAN' A A a CITY. OSCEOLA ft SOUTHERN
Clinton ft OKceola ex 6:nqpm 10:20 am
KANSAS uiiii rirmuL'ini i tiiitjic.
Plttsb'g, Jop. ft Neosho. ..U:o-)arn 3-41 pm
Accommodation "O.oOnm 8:30 pm
Accommodation x7:00pm xS'OOnm
Leave Tuesdnys, Thursdays and Satur
days. Arrive Mondays, Wednesdays ami
Grand Ae. Depot. '-.'21111 st.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ft Hi. PAUL.
Chicago pass x9.00.im S.ir. pm
Chlllleotbi- rxnresg xSWiiin 1015 am
KANSAS CITY ft INDEPENDENCE AIR
Depots Second and Wyandotte und Sec
ond and Walnut.
KANSAS CITY ft INDEPENDENCE RAP
ID TRANSIT RAILWAY COMFINY
Depots Fifteenth street station. Twelfth
street stntlon. Ninth street stailon
LI Or 1322,
The Depot Carriage and Baggage
8i:vi:vrn ami iiiioaduay,
FOR A CMR1A0E Oil BAGGAGE WAGON.
.... Prompt it it il Reliable
Nl EXTRA HAIilll.s, POR MI.IIT WORK
TRUSTEE'S SALE Wher-as. W. H.
Leonard and Virginia L. Leonatd, his wife,
by their deed of trust, dated Juno sntli,
I!i5, and recorded on .luiiu 2S. lisJt, In tlm
recordet'a otilce of Jackson comity, Btaii
ot Missouri, at Kansas City, In book II,
No. 311. at page 270, conveyed to Phil E
(Jhitppcll, oh trustee, the rollowlng real
estate, situated In said tounty, lz. Lota
t-lx, seven and eight, and tho south sixty
two 11,21 feet ot luts one, two, three, four
nnd live, In block three, or Don mug's te
puivey or lAjngvlew Placo, In tho city ot
Kansas, now Kansas City, Jackson county,
Missouri, to Hoeuro tho payment of tho
promissory notes. In said deed described:
und, whereas, defuult has been made in tint
payment ot said notes; now, therefore, I
by lrtue of tho puwer given me by k.ilil
deed of trust, nnd ut tho request of tho
legal holder or said notes, will sej said
real estutu nt public endue, to tint high
est bidder, for cash, at tho county court
house door, In tho City of Kansas, now
Kansas City. In tho countv or Jackson
and state or Mlssoutl, 011 Saturday, tho
tlrst day or Juno, Wi between tho hours
or 9 11. in. and 6 o'clock p. 111 , of said day,
to pay bald debt und the costu of execut
ing this triiBt.
PHIL. E. C1IAPPELL. Trustee.
April iith. I'M.
PROPOSALS for the erection of the new
brick cottage und briek school bulidlm;
on the ground of the State Industrial Homo
for Girls, at Chllilcothe, Mo. iiillco of tho
Statu Industrial Home for Girls, Chilli,
cothe. Mo April 12th, Veij. Sealed bids
will bo received at the olllco of thu
secretary until 9 o'clock u, m. on .May 10th,
1893, for the erection of a btlck cottage,
Blo u brick school building, on the giuuiui
of the Slate Industrial Hume fur Girls, ut
Chllilcothe, Mo. Plans und specltlcutloiia .
may bo seen ut the olllco ot tho bomu lu
Chllilcothe, Mo. Elicit bid shall be accom-
f allied by a certllled check In the Mini ot
J. payublo to W. H. Slpple, treasurer, to
Insure entctlng Into coiitiuct If sumo 3
uwurded, Bond will be required for full
performance or contract Right reserved
to reject nny and nil bids. By order or thu
board. T. II YATES. President.
EMMA M GILBERT. Secretary.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS-!!! the matter
ot the assignment ot II. U. Mutheu, V,
A. Coburn, assignee, notice Is hereby given
that on Mouday, Juno 3, lS'jj, at the law
olllce of L. Trubor. at i'H Long Bros.
building, at CIS Main street, Kansas City,
Mo., between the hours of 9 o'clock a. 111.
and 6 o'clock p. in.. I will proceed to ad
just and allow demands against the istata
of II. L. Mathews, assignor. All cred
itors of the said estate are hereby notified
to be present at the said tlmu and placo
and lay before thu undersigned assigned
tho nature and umount of their demmids,
or be precluded from any beueilt of said
estate. P. A. COBURN. Assignee.
vpru Jt. iaji.
NOTICE TO, STOCKHOLDERS-Notlce
to the stockholders of thu V. It. Attdrus
Music Company Is hereby given that u
meeting of such stockholders will be held
at the otilce of said company, 900 Grand
uvenue, in Kansas City. Missouri, on Mou.
day. tho 13th day of Ma, 1D93, ut 10 o'clock
a. ui for the purpose of electing seven di
rectors to serve for the ensuing year, and
to transact such other business us may
come legally before the meeting.
V, it. ANDRUS, President.
Secretary: LAURA . ANIJRUS.