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THU KANSAS CITY JOUJWAL, FRIDAY. MAY 21, ISOo.
1 HOUSE DOES ITS DUTY
a railroad rni.t.ow servants uii.t,
r.s,i:l. nv a tun: of iosto 21.
EXACT COPY OF THE IOWA LAW.
MKCUI.ATION AS TO YVHAT THE MIN
All: V!I,1, 1)1).
Ilntrrnnr Stone Apprnvrs tli Artletn nt tlio
House ( barges nt legislative Cur
rupttnii tit tin 1 tiA't Itcttt il by iv
tlrniitl itur.v-llepuhlltiius Ills-
lilss Adjournment In l uncus.
Jprrerson City, Mo., Mny M.-(Speclal.)
Hy n voto of lOS to SI the house nt 4 30 this
nrtcrnoon pusscel the exclusive railroad fet
low porviv-t 1)111 publishes! In the Journal
this morning. The measure Is an exact
copy of the Iowa law, n Inn Hint has
rlnoil Hip tent of tho highest courts. It
will require three dn)s for the seuato to
pass this Mil, even It It Is bo disposed, fr
the ooiiKlttutlon provides thit ablll must
be read once on each of three da tn ench
hoi.se. Thl senate had nljournod when tho
house l npsett the bill this Afternoon nnd
should tlio house to-morrow morning con
cur In Senator Lyman's resolution to nd
JcJrn sine die Saturday nt noon, It will be
impossible for the senate to push the bill
through. It Is not lll.ely, therefore, that
the home will do so foolish a thing. It the
Jiouse by refusing to concur In the resolu
tion to adjourn Saturday leaves nq loop
Jiole for the senate, that body must take
up the bill, and then .a rattlltiK of dry
bones may i expected. It hns been
claimed that a straight railroad bill could
got but thirteen votes In the senate; eight
een Is necessiry.ntid Senator Morrlssey.vvho
could hao been depended upon to voto for
it. Is dead. There nie some who say tho
measure passu! by the house to-day can
not get through the upper body, but there
nre-otheis who assort with equal posltlvo
iifss that when the crucial test comes the
wavering ones will weaken and fall Into
line. Tic that ns It may, the house has
done Its dutv. It It gives the senate time
In which to act, the responsibility for de
feat must he home by the latter body. Of
course the lobbv will nnho a lln.il effort to
defoat It, and the boodllng legislator, if
tnero be any In tho senate, will enjoy a
Ths senate has been working hard to
force an adjournment upon the house to
day, and n number of them hnve deserted
the- capltol, chiftinltig that there was no
more business io be transacted. Those
who voted against the rnllrosd bill In Vim
house are. Atkins, liaiighcr, Rest. Collins,
DpFord, Dyer, Kdgar, George, UM.Gurncy,
Jones of Hickory, Jones of Polk, Kvler,
Lcuzenby, .Moore of Stone, Mottlnier, Por
terfleld, Pratt, Shcrrlll, Temme and Way
LEVEL HEADS HELD THEM DOWN
.speaker Russell mid Othir I'revented tlio
lluiist 1'roui .linking n ltliuulrr.
JelTerson City, Mo., May 23. (Special )
Only determined opposition on the part of
Mornn and Hlttlnger, of lliiehnimn, Speak
er Russell, Hothwell, of Pettis, nnd one
or two others preented the 1-ouse from
doing a, most dlseteelltable thin? this
morning. What for a time seemed to be a
majoilty of the house members expressed
ii de.she to place themselves on tecord
lis kicking because they were not Invited
to one social function, nnd complaining be
cause the entirlalnment oifered at nn
othei was Insiilllelcnt. To tho eiedlt of the
htiit,-, be It said, no .such action was taken.
When the house met, Saitln, of llenton,
a faimer preacher, who we.tis a celluloid
collar, presented a resolution ridiculing
Jctiei'-on Cltv for not piovullng better cn
tcrtnliiinont foi the members at the bridge
celebration ycstoida i.ane, of Cass of
fered .i substitute, directing the cleik of
the house to itarn if the wine furnished
nt the luncheon 5esterd.1v was ns good ns
that piovlded bv the Siduliuus at the re
cent bamiuit. Tiirtai, of Law ri nee, ptc
i en ted a lesolutlon sinking out a pat.i
giaph In a lonil newspaper lefeitlng to
members and state otlleets tiding in tur
rlages during the parade. Tartar's reso
lution was declared out of order, and
Mot nn moed to l.i the substitute on tho
table. Speaker HumipII declined tho mo
tion imiiIuiI and Young, nt Texas, moved
that the whole matter be expunged fiom
the reoid. Speaket Russell also deel.it c-d
that motion c.irtied. Intense confusion
jilgned .ill this time and half .1 do.en mem
bers wete yelling for recognition. Mlnnls
of Carroll appealed from the decision of
the chair, and Speaker Hussell hegan to
lueture the liolisu on its. disgraceful con
duct. Drahdle, of St. Louis, called the
FPnker to older and Illttiuger liemandid
that the sergeant-at-aims compel Diabellu
to take his seat. Sin h a nolsj demonstra
tion hai not occiuied before during the
f-psMou. Minnls tlniill) withdtew his ap
peal and the motion to expunge was car
ried by an aye and naj ote.
Tho fellow serv-int bill, lyported by tho
oommlttoo on labor, was then ordered to
The bill appropriating 512,000 for tho pay
of the new circuit Judges of St. Louis, and
tho bill to set straight the time for hold
ing court In Carroll county passed and tho
Jioue took a lecess until 2 o'clock.
The senate did nothing this morning, save
ji.iks tlie two bllld last named
The house this afteinoon ..died Tubbs'
bill renuirlug all tallioad companies to te
port to the iullro.nl commissioner the
names of all persons tiding on ftee trans
portation, or .it reduced lutts. The bill
10 pruent ollbers trom state Institutions
from lobbjiiif among legislatuis went
Tin: question" or a.ioui!N".aii:n"t.
Ilepiibllcans In ('aiicuii DImiiss tho Question
Jefferson City, Mo., May 23.-(SpccIal )
Kor nearly three hours to-night Repub
licans In caucus struggled with the propo
sition of adjournment Satin day noon next,
A majority of tho Itepubllc.in senatota
met with the house majority nnd tho po
litical ddvlsablllty of the step was dis
cussed In all Its bearings. Hec.iuso tho
party was almost equally divided on the
proposition, no action whateer was taken
iinil another caucus will bo held this even
ing. Spencer, of St. T.ouls, niado the principal
bpeech against adjournment and urged the
necessity of acting upon a tellow servant
bill. Tubbs, of Osage, anil Mlnnls, of C.u
jull, also urgid llio necessity for giving
the senate a chance to pass on tho fellow
benaut bill. .,,.
' othwell, Speaker Unwell, Clurnoy and
r aers advised an adoption of tho senate
itdjournment tesolutlon. claiming that if
nothing was asceompllshed tho peonlo
would hold the Republicans responsible
for unnecessary cost of the session.
tiovttUNou hioNi: mkm. l'liasKD,
lie L'oiiinieiidH tlio llmui) for 1'anslng a
l'tllitw Seriant 1 till.
Jefferson City, Mo May "(.-(Special )
Whatever piissuio can bo bi ought to bear
through tho state admlnlsttutlon will bo
exerted to secuie In the tiuiato tho pass
uge of the house fellow servant bill. Gov
ernor Stouo was Immensely pleased with
the house's action to-day.
'I uni glad the house has sent a special
bill to the senate," said the governor to
night. ''It will bring the nueatloii before
the it note In such a m inner that It cinuut
be evaded. 1 want to see the bill voted up
or down. It is unbecoming In either sena
tors or representatives to dodgo the Issue
and 1 would like to see every senator In
his seat when the Until test c-omes. Thero
is no occasion lor debate. The eiuestlon
lias been befoie the legislature) for twen
ty leurs. and has bicn fully dlscubbcd In
ull lis phases ut this session.''
"If the house refusts to adjourn Satur
ilay will j on submit tho school text book
bill to the legislature?" was tibkod.
"No I do not think the Importance of
tho bill JustllK? prolonging the session. I
do not wish to do nj thing which will com
plicate the inattirs now- at Issue. There
Is only one eiuestlon left for the legisla
ture to settle. The election bill has been
passed and all the anti-lobby bills defeated.
The fellow servant bill lemains und 1 shall
do nothing which will oner an opportunity
for complicating the-situation. '
The governor was Informed that a ma
jority of the senators were of the opinion
that the senate would substitute tho I'eeis
bill for tho house bill and send It back for
onsIderutlon ,lv,,..i. t..i
"In that event." said he. "both bodies,
should appoint conferrees who are Inter.
tsUd In settling the coatroveisy and bays
the two blll tinder dispute settled In re
quiet, orderly minnrr This much 1 believe
the peoplp will demand. The tiuestlnn hn
to he met flhd disposed of. If the house in
In etrneft. it till lnlt upon remaining
long enough to have the Issue which It hrn
precipitated frilled so far as this icslsla
ture can settle It."
kxtiia m:sio.Ss) comb limit.
The rresent Onn III Tost About X70.DOO,
JelTerson City, Mo., May 81. (Special.)
If th general nsemblv nljourns llio first
of ntM neck, as It probably will, this ex
tra srsslon will Ittive cost the state some
170 OtH The original appropriation of iVt.QOd
for ex, sps will be consumed Siturday.
The hol.e to-dny papd bill appropriat
ing Jifl.OtiO for pay of members, oilicprs and
Piriplotes and contingent tjpctisps. The
senntu will do likewise, iinlef nn adjourn
ment Is taken Saturday In. that event
both bodies will probthlv nfljoiirn next
Wedlicsdaj. nnd about $"..X) of the .Mm)
will bePTpended. In mMltlon the general
assembly npprnprlntnd 3,"t to the Tribune
Printing Compiny for work done at tho
r gular session nnd J12,0i jviv for the new
Judges of the circuit court at St. Wils.
mi:miii:is to hi: invi:stiati:i).
tliidge Mmckolfnrd t'nlls the ttninil Jur's
Attrntlott tet thnrgrs of Corruption.
Jefferson City, Mo, Mny 23 (Special)
Judge D. W. Shnckelford, of the Cole
county circuit court, to-day, In Instructing
the regular grand Jury, called spevlnl atten
tion to the charges of corruption made
ngalnst members of the general ascmblv.
He urgeM the Jury to thoroughls Invest),
gate the charges and if found true to Indict
those member corrupted, hs' well as those
vyho corrupted the-ni. If the Juiy found the
charges untrue and Inspired by tunllee. It
.,i . '" "uiy 10 muict tno autnor 01 tne
A I'hyslclsti Notes 1 heir Inereaso In Ihi-
from the Tinilnn Humnnltiirl.in.
1 Investigated this subject some time ago
by nnnlyzlng the annual repot ts of the
registrar general for the period of thirty
j eats. The frequency with whlrh they or
ctir. the plnce they occujiy In the general
mortality of the nation, the age nt which
they are most murderous, and the peculiar
lnlluence of the fpk upon their develop
ment were then shown to follow eertsln
definite and simple laws, Into the working
of which chance does not enter. There Is
no question Hint cettaln functional
neuroses, more especially failure of brain
power, hysteria, hypochondriasis, and sim
ilar affections, have been for some time
past on the Increase owing to the fact
thnt the struggle of life Is gtowlng keener,
tho competition mote Intense, the work
heavier ami the anxiety more absorbing
thnn ned to be the cae In prev lous per
iods of the history of minklnd, more e
peclftllj In the large centers of population.
The nervous sjstem Is therefore more lia
ble to break down by exhaustion than was
the case in former times, This, however,
docs not apply to icnlly organic or struct
ural diseases of the brain nnd spinal cord,
such as tumor, softening, Inllammatlon,
etc., nor to epilepsy nnd insanltv, which
continue to occur in about the same ratio
now as they have done befoie The gen
eral re-sul t of my Investigations, based on
neatly SJj.oOO cases, may be summed up In
llio following live propositions:
1. The rate at which diseases of the
nervous sjstem prove fatal to the popula
tion of this country Is a steady one, and
subject to a dellnlte Inw to which there ate
not any, or only apparent exceptions. This
rale does not appear to vary perceptibly
from time to time, nnd amounts to about
12 per cent of the entire mortality from all
2. Diseases of the nervous sytem oc
cupy the fourth rnnk among the mnladles
destructive of human life, being onlv sur
lissed In fatality by yymotlc, tubercular
and resplratoiy dleHses.
3 N'crvous diseases are nol, as Is com
monly asserted, more frequent, but, on the
contrary, less numerous In large towns
than In the country, and It Is probabie
that their occurrence Is powerfully influ
enced by lace.
4 Sex has a considerable lnlluence on
the pioductlon of nervous diseases; for
nlthough In this country the population of
females exceeds thnt of malps, the deaths
of males from nervous affections predom
inate constantly over thos of females,
the male death rate being '12 01 and the
female 11.(3 per cent.
fi. Age his even a more powerful ln
lluence on the production of nervous dis
eases thnn sex; for these maladies attain
an Immense maximum in the first year nt
life, owing to the great prevalence of In
fantile convulsions Thev nie much less
frequent In youth and middle age, nnd nt
tain a second maximum In old age that s,
nfler 70 owing to the prevalence of ap
oplexy nnd pnrnlsls, but the second max
imum amounts to only about the tenth
part of the first maximum attained during
m:i:it ritosi kanakas.
How Arrlran Natives .VIhIio This Spirituous
To the natives of Africa of tho present
tlmo beer prepnted from malt nnd hops
Is unknown. Yet thete e-xlsts no lack
of Intoxicating; beverages among the
sons of tho Dark Continent. They nio
not required to wait for the llrewnter eif
the Kuropenns to bo bent to them. They
understand how to prepare spirituous
beverages of their own, and they also
become Intoxlcnted by them. The Afri
cans make wine and beer, but neither
grope juice In used for the former nor
malt extract for the latter. Palm leaves
of elllforcnt kinds, bananas and millet
nunlsh the raw mateilals.
Palm wine is mndn from the snp ooz
ing ftom the cut-off blossom stems of
tho oily palm tree nnd of the cocoa tree.
" Is a plensant, lefreshlng beverage,
and sulllclently known. From tho fruit
ot the banana treu a beverage. Is tnnelo
In Africa which they ililuk there an
Wine or beer.
llnnnnu beer is chletly tiseel by the na
tives of Uganda, a country boiderlng on
l.ike Victoria. The people there nre
fond of such beer, and when rjmln
Pasha went to llubnga to meet King
Mtesa he wiote In Ills diary; "This, Is 11
lciil beer tllp; trotn vlllnge to village,
or, lathor, ft 0111 beer-pot to beer-iot, wo
aro marching on."
In thnt country tho manufacture of
the banana beveiagp Is very i-xtenslve.
Dr. Felklii, an Ungllsh physician, who
formally lived there, elcscrlbes the dif
ferent kinds of tho bauuiui beverage,
Ho makes a distinction between banana,
beer und banana wine.
According to his description, "mublsl,"
a cooling banann wine, Is manufactured.
In tho following manner: A big hole Is
dug In tho Kfiund lined with banana
leaves, tilled with unripu hunnntts, und
kept coveted by mats and eatth until
the fruit 1ms becomo completely ripe.
Then the bananas are fcllt, mixed with
lino hay, and placed Into a large, bQ!U
llke, wooden trough, which at one end
has an emptying pipe.
After tho addition of some water thn
whole Is thoroughly mixed by tho hand
or by snort wooden sticks. Theieupon
the trough Is covered with banana
leaves, mid tho nilxtuio Is left standing;
for about one or two hours. After tho
expltatlon of that tlmo It Is taken out,
and through glass sieves poured Into
latge calabashes, It Is then ready for
use, and represents a sweet, ngreenblu
and not Intoxlcntlntr beverage, liul It
the mublsl is left btaudlng for thtco
days It undergoes a foi mentation and
becomes 11 slightly acid, refreshing bev
cragc, which is strongly Intoxicating.
DIAMONDS AND SII.VKH.
.Senator lllackburii's Mtllo story eif How Ho
Drought tho I'.utlKi'hllils In Terms.
"To Illustrate the Infinite number and ti
trlcuey ot wheels within wheels of the po
litical machinery," said Senator Hhukbum
to u correspondent of the Cincinnati l.n
etulrer, "1 will tell jou a llttlo tiiek I
plaied on a number of my seimtotl.il col
leagues. Morton t'ruln, an lhigllshman,
who married a sister of l.ad Someiset.
and who is one of tho most Intelligent und
forceful advocates of bimetallism in Hi
world, was la Wushlugton about eighteen
months ago. The furious currency war
was Just then at Its height, l.ugland had
closed the mints In India to silver und tho
gold monometallism were using this as an
urgutnent for the unconditional repeul of
the Sherinun law. Mr. l-'ruln suggested
that 1 get up a petition und circulate it
quietly among members of the senate for
signatures for the Increase of our tariff 011
diamonds. , . . ,, , ,.,. ,, .,
"I was to glvo him this petition after
securing ull the, signatures possible, and
he was to go back to England w tth It post
haste. I did as he requested and secured
tho signatures of forty odd senators, my
friends Uorinan and Dries among tha
number. TUe petition looked Innocent
enough, but John Sherman, with the wis
dom ot the serpent, refused to sign It.
"Kot long utter Fvulu returned to Loa-
TUB GUEATKST KNOWN IN
TIIK ANNALS OK
Sales of His Remedies Reached a
Total oi 6.87U Bottles In Kan
sas City Alone Since
What Better Proof of tho Elllcacy
of Theso Little Pellets Could
Any Ono Desire Than
the Above State
ment? Trom Monday until Tuesday nfternooti
over 9,000 vials of Mutij oil's Khetimn
tlsm Cure were given away free tn the
public, ntitl till hough but four tlnys have
elapsed since the distribution commenc
ed, many have tomrtitl themselves
cured, and hundred", homing from their
frU'tida tho wonderful results obtained
by tho ul of line snitill bottle nf those
rcmcilles, have become convinced of
thplr miIiip nnd purchased some ot the
name ftom their druggists.
'1 wi tity 'I him- mil Hollars
spent In advertising could not have cre
ated such a dpinand for any mpillcliie.
Hilt the fnct that out ot li.niju tilal bot
tles given away only four persons have
reported no bonellt lecelved. and 257
Clued or greatly iplloved, compels tho
most skeptical to ncknuw lodge the ef
ficacy of Munynn's new method of treat
ing dispose. UeniPinber, this company
puts up a cure for cvpiv ellopiisc just
as positive In Its action ns the Ithcuma
tlsm remedy, and sold by till druggists
for 23 cents.
Munyon's Hheumatlsm Chip Is guar
nntPed to cure rheumatism In nny pntt
of the body. Acute or muscular rheu
matism can be cured In ft 0111 one to live
days. It speedily cures shooting pains,
sciatica, lumbago, and all lhetinintlo
pains In tho back, hips nnd loins. It sel
dom falls to give relief lifter one or two
eloses, nnd almost Invailably cures be
fore one bottle has been ustd.
.Momiith unit 1 sjii ih k Cure.
Munyon's Stomach and D spppsla Cure
cures nil fotttis ot Indigestion and stom
ach troubles, such ns rising of food, dis
tress after eating, shortness of breath
and all affections of the heatt caused by
Indigestion, wind on tlio stomach, bad
taste, offensive breath, loss of appetlti-,
f.ilntti''ss or weakness of stomach, head
ache Oom Indlgi'stlon, soieness of tho
stomach, coated tongue, heait bin 11,
shooting pains of the stomach, constipa
tion, dlzzlnc-s, faliitness and lack of
Munyon's Xcrvc Cure cuies all tho
sj mptoms ot nervous exluustlon, such
ns deprosseil spirits, talluie ot niemoiy,
restless or sleepless nights, pains In the
head nnd dl7Incs. It fines genetnl dp
bllltj, stlmulatps and .strengthens the
nerves and tones up the whole body.
Price 25 cents.
Mutton's Kidney Cure euros pilns In
the back, loins or groins, fiom Kidney
ellspaso, dtopsy of the feet and limbs,
frequent desire to pass water, daik-eol-ored
and turbid mine, sediment In the
urine and diabetes. Pilco .'5 cents.
Catarrh positively cured Aro you
willing to spend DO cents for a cure that
positively cures cataith by removing tho
cause of the disease'.' It so. ask your
diugglst for a 2u-cent bottle of Munyim's
Catarrh ejuto, nnd a 25-euit buttle ot
C.ttnirh Tablets. The catarrh ctno
will etadlcato the 'disease from the
system and the tablets will cleanse and
heal the nllllcteil parts nnd restote them
to a natural and healthful condition.
Munon's I.lver Cine coirects head
nohe, biliousness, jaundice, constipation,
and nil liver ellsenses,
Munyon's Cold Cure prevents pneu
monia and bieaks up a cold in a few
ho in 3
Munyon's Cough Curo stops coughs,
night sweats, allays soreness and speed
ily heals the lungs.
Munyon's Female Remedies are a boon
to all women.
Munyon's Headache Cure stops head
ache In thiee minutes.
Munyon's Pile Ointment cure3 all
forms of piles.
Munyon's Asthma Cure nnd Herbs aro
guaranteed to relievo asthma In three
minutes und cure In five days. Pilco 0
Munyon's Illood Curo eradicates all
lmpuiltles from the blood.
Munyon's Vitallzer Imparts now life,
restores lost powers to weak and debil
itated men. Pilco $1.
Munyon's Homeopathic Hemedy Com
pany, IMj Atch street, Phil tdolphla, Pa.,
puts up spccltlcs for nearly every dis
ease, mostly for 2!i cents a bottle.
Communications addicssed to Mun
yon's representative, Midland hotel,
Kansas City, Mo , will meet with prompt
Sold by All Retail Druggists.
Munyon's tinkle to Health with every
purchase ot hU genuine remedies fiom
The Owl Drug Store,
Il!l Main St.
If' g Are
Diamond Drug Store
904 Main Stroot.
don a marked changa was observable In
the tono of thu Knglish mess toward sil
ver, liven the london Times emitted a
low rumble of thunder for tho lecoguitloii
of silver. Clorman commenetd to smell a
mouse and ut onco hunted me up and
usked me what object 1 hud In getting
signatures to that petition for an tm.ri.asu
of our tariff on diamonds and then giving
the petition to l'rulu to be cairled to Lon
don. "Then I gave tho whole snap away to
him. which was this: Fruln had told nie
of the lelatlons b marriage of the Kngllah
premier, Lord Itosebcir), to the Itoths
ehllds und that the Itothschilds vvero very
largely Intel estcd In the diamond fields of
South Africa. He went on to eudalu that
since this tountiy led tho vvoiM In tha
purchase of diamonds. If vve scrloiisly
threatened to laiso our tarllf lates em
those pieclous stones In retaliation for
Ilngland's degiadatlou ot silver wo could
soon bring (Ireat Hritaiu to terms through
the Itothschilds. And suie enough, the vtty
thing which I huve dcseilbed to ou hap
pened. Mr. Fruln showed my Innocent
looking llttlo diamond in tlllou to I'teiiiler
lloscberry, the son-in-law of the Itoths
childs, and Immediate!) a ladlcal chaugo
was wrought In the tone ot the English
press regarding bimetallism and the rights!
of silver. So you see there are some hidden,
and delicate wheels within wheels. In tho
world's political machinery." concluded
TO MIIKIlTY-llOUNt) Tltll 8I.XTV
for thn Orrnidtti of llrdlrntlng thn
Odd trllmm1 llonir nt Mlierty
on May JS4, the Hur-
Will nell tickets frJtn Knnns City to Lib
erty and return for CO cents on Mny St and
SI, good to return until the 2Uh.
The visiting cnnlons will form on the
public cipiiup nt liberty, which Is a few
steps front the lturilngton Houte depot.
ltrgular trAln wll lenve Kansas City at
7.3n. 111. nnd specitl train wilt leave Union
depot ot 10 n. tn., returning at such time
as the people may loeldc on.
I'AIISON ANI CATAMOUNT!.
The Mlnl.ter I'nundii I'ftlr of Klttrlis mid
Ibid lit lifht fur 1 belli,
l'rom the Sin rrnnMfro I5nm!ner.
Ilev. Mr. Daniel iludson Is a well known
Cninpbellltp pretichlr nt Han llrrnardlno
county, Ho hns nought souls among the
hardest mining catips and the toughest
lutubeilng localities among Die mountains
of Atlroiiti and Soutitern California for two
ileeades, He had nil uncommon experience
tho other day as htJwns coming on horse
back down tlie grate or the Han Jacinto
mountain. lie saw at thp edue of the
chaparral two Utile catamount kittens
playfully rolling and tumbling over each
other on the creek bank.
The- in encher wanted to catch the pretty,
bob-lulled, iiinoc'enl-lonkliig bunches ot
Hurt and fur alive aid to take them home
ns lUtloslllps, He sureeeded, and consigned
theim to ono side ol th siddle bags, the
contents of which consisted of hymn books
and Illbles, Mi Hulsun Marled his horse
for the houe of the ninrest neighbor, a
distance of six mllei or more. The rever
end gentleman wits riding slowlv along
through the ileepenlrg gloom of Hip forest,
In a thoughtful, hull-sleeping mood, when
a shrill sen cell behind hint nnd up the
mountain side reminded him that It was
growing dark and thete was a rapidly ap
proaching prospect of a light with the
parent ot the kitten. , ,
Dismounting he secured a henv.v hickory
club before the cats arrlvul, but not nny
too soon. Until the old cats appeared at
the same time In the rO.ul nhrnd of the
prenchet, They had undoubted!) scented
the kittens nnd made directly for their
raptor line or the entiimuuiits, an un
usually huge and ferocious male, made a
spring for tlio dominie's throat, but re
ceived a whack with the hlekot) which
laid him on his back. Heroin Dr. Hudson
could recover Ills guard the female caught
him by the shoulder ns It leaped and rokid
him, tenting a section ot his roat and about
sl Inches of his skin and flesh Into rib
bons. lly this time the male had got on his
feet again and both cnls propnicil to spring
at once. Hudson, seeing that the nlTalr
was getting seitotis, backed up ngnlnst 11
ttee nnd awaited theli onslaught lln
didn't have to wait long, ns the male,
snarling with rnge, made a lenp nt his
throat, while the female ctept to one sldo
ns If to Hank him. This fact saved thn
preacher, as It gave him time to receive
the biggest one, which he skillfull) did by
jumping to the tight and striking II Just,
11s It struck the tree where he htul stood.
He gave it one hard blow on the side, but
slipped nnd fell, when the cat burled her
teeth and eltws In his left. II was now a
rolling tumbling light for n very brief
period, but the dominie's good lurk did not
desert him. He lliuilly killed both animals.
TIIKY MIOUKHIi UMJl.l! Kill HUN.
'Hut tie l.eiirueil to riiilurr. 1 hni tn lira
lir 111 e the Itliioiue'rH.
A family from the Now Hnglind States
who moved to Chicago shortl) before the
fair, and are now living on the South side,
reielved a letter a few week" ago thnt an
old relative, .111 esteemed bachelor uncle,
familiar! known to the young and old as
"Uncle Ileuben," would make litem a visit
liefon- he died, and, no time being like the
picsent--not, ot course, to die, but to
make them a visit he wuuld arrive at
such and such n time.
Now I'nele Iteuben being, ns t',) term It
In New lbigland vernacular. "1 .either well
Il'd," and having no nearei blood rela
tions than this f.unllv In Chicago, his In
tending visit whs eagerly discussed and a
cotdlal Invitation extended
The f.imll), 01 whnh Hip male head
Is a professional man, consists of two
charming young daughters and .in eepinlly
dimming mother this i,e ot tn. but .voting
for her age. The family live in a r.uhir
swell neighborhood and move among the
gaest set 011 the South side, pirtielpatlng
with pie nine In all amusements, and In
piitlptilar bicycling, both mother nnd
daughtets belong to a swell club, and
have adopted the latest stvie In bloomers.
Of couise, knowing 1'iiele Iteiibcn's old
fashioned ideas of what Is pmper, It
would not do to oppi.ii on n blevele, fnr
less In a bicycle costume, but ns sevetal
days would plai before I'nele Iteuben
would arrive tho Indies decided one beau
tiful morning to take a lli.nl spin, and
stalled out for their forenoon of plensuie.
Three or four hours later thev arrived
home, let themselves In the house with
their late h Itejs, when, to their honor,
who should thev llnd In the llbrniy but
I'nele Iteuben. The old ninu stood speech
less for a minute and tlnn grabbed his hat
nnd held It before his face "Vour skirts
have fallen otf' Yom skirts have fallen
off" the old man crb 1 To run upstairs
and change their costumes was the work
of a few minutes, and on descending the
joutig women found I'nele Iteuben closely
examining the wheels in the hall
It seems thnt I'nele Iteuben had decided
to sturt earlier than ho Intended, and that
a telegram had miscarried In some way.
To now mnko Vncle lleiihen forget his
llrst Impression nnd view the matter In a
nineteenth century way was the- task
the ladles had before them, and when did
not woman's wiles get the best of man
kind? WANTI'.n MAI.K iiKr.r.
WANTHI OMU'P help, male or femile;
pnrtles wishing tn learn bookkeeping,
stenography Address 7, Cil. Jnurnnl olllce.
WANTHD A llrst-clnss carriage and
sign painter at Nixon & Hons. Nevada, Mo.
reONHV saved Is money made. Tho
Canton Masonio Mutual Henovolent So
ciety can save money for you. Life in
stil anco is now considered n necessity.
A man should protect his family in every
posslblo way. Jf you are interested in
life insurance It will pay you to In
vestigate our s)stem. If you ure not In
terested, but ure willing to listen, vve
will guarantee to lne)v'!JIADWICKi
General Agont Canton' Slnsonlo Mutual
Henevolent Society, 623 nnd Ml American
(lood agents can secure employment.
and furnished rooms. 10114 Kast 12th, cor.
Walnut, Tel. 1171. Tho best place In K. C
Mo., to find help or situations, male or
female; H ears' experience. Itef, Omaha
Nat. bank. Omahai Citizens' bank. K. C,
I'Olt 8AI.1V-Two fine banjos at a great
I1.1rg.1ln; also mandolin and guitar. Call
between V):M a. m and 9 p. 111.. .Mr. and
Mrs. C I.. Partee, teachers, 307-313 Journal
I'Olt HAl.1V-All kinds of full blood hen
eggs, turkey, guinea nnd pea fowl eggs
for hatching. Stall 10. outside city market.
I'Olt SAI.IV-Some thoroughbred Jersey
cows. JOHN N. SOUTHUltNS.
I'Olt SAIK At a barguln, 5 genuine
Tuikish rugs, elegant putterns. Address
T 31, Jouianl olllce.
KOIl SAI.l'V-Cheap, one 75 horse power
Westinghouse engine. Address 'A 677, Jour
"" rOlt SAI.1V-Cheap, one 15 horse power
WestJnghoutu engine, Address 'A CSC, Jour
V CJV U.I.U-ldll v u. w fc o,vt. , t,
drilling outllt. StXi Muss, building.
IV.n C, T", ln. ah all nf n .ilonm u.ll
HONI1Y TO LOAN.
PARS! LOANS Near Kansas CItv. In
Mlssouil and Kansas; annual Interest pay
able ut borrower's home bank; money
ready. Loans ulso for sale.
JAMHS L. LOMDARD.
Over First National bank.
6 AND ti PHlt CKNT money on Dusiness,
residence and farm property; unusually fa
vorable terms. Apply to Homer Heed or
Thc-o.Nash. lOOi Uroadvvay.op.Coates House.
LOW INTUHEST-Kansas City loans;
improved property only. Call or address
JAMES L. LOMBARD,
Over First National bank.
MONEY TO LOAN direct, (. 7 and 8 pr
cent. ' H. L. JOHNSON & CO..
Telephone 1617. 7-'l N. Y. Lite bid.
I'ott sAt.ii-ttnAi, ixrAin.
"1 OIL Ol A.yull
bQOT Uth VI I nrnQI
Print illll 111. Illll Hill
lallUI Will Ull UUIIIUIt
137H feet by lio feet, nophalt tmvf ttirnt.
(Mono sidewalks nil nrotiml, newer,
curbed, etc., etc, Thesu lltipitivetnpiits
linVp cost over half vve! now nsk fur
this lot. Pint price pntd nil In. Cost by
present owhPr was f 1.1,000. Wo Will
now' sell it, all taxes paid up to elate, for-
Morn in an Investment, ntul a chnnco
to matte big; money.
KING REALTY CO
12 East 9th St.
I'Olt HAIii: s 100m rrnmp house, Inrge
lot, east front, p-icel stieut, birn, for 2,(juo,
I room brick house, cist front, SJ'i fret,
I room cottage, east front, pivpd strppl,
good neighborhood, nenr 12th si., for !2,one
Ihtst front Int. one block of I2th st , very
cheaps look this up
ro feet, east mint, on Independence boule.
vnrd, near Independence nve., nt n bar
gain; vet) line.
t room cottage near 2"th nnd Monlgall,
for Jfoa: easy pavmenls It S. KINei,
lie; ntul in; New York Life building.
40 ft , Wyoming, near Kith, $I,V.
2" ft, (lenesie St., Heat l.'th. $1,000,
2.", ft., tVnttnl live., West botlom.s nnd
good business liouse, rented, .',7W.
M ft., .Main st., Jln.oio
2.", ft., 2-lory bilck business house, fJrnml
M ft., 1'enn St., UO ft. of tth. J73 per ft.
llirgniiiR 111 everv part ot city.
CHUTCHI3U .: U'm.SH,
Tel. Hir,, 711 Del.iwnrp sttpet.
II' YOU won't buy tho east fiotit lot em
MeOee, between 11th nnd 12th. nt the price
nsked, you bad nn well quit looking fnr n
bargain. Let us tell ou nbenit It epilck,
because It won't last long The tillee will
surprise ou. NOrStNflint .- '.
Tel. 270.1. 201 Sheldley bldg
I'Olt SAI.I1 -A nnniber of nice residences
rnnglng In price from WM to snu) can be
sold on monthly pavmenls e'nll and se.j
us at once It you mean business nnd want
a bargain. Ullim .- MetltltlN,
r.7l Shel.llej building.
A DAHCrAIN I'OU THN DAYS ONLY
97 ft , corner. In Melrose, ,1 ft above grade,
south front; n beautiful location, enn !!
bought tin .V) n foot Don't fall to buy It.
1) S OUHISUN. ;oJ Hall bldg.
Full SALI1 If you are looking for .1
complete homo see rvi'i Walrond nve., for
J0,l'. Itir.C.HIl MDOItll.
II. 1st bldg.
IOll SALE Hist corner on Wilrond
nve, streets paved, sewered, etc, fl.". J.
II Hltshew A Co.. ail Itldge bl.lg.
PHI DOWN and JO a monlh for eozv r
room house near 2."th and olive sts, Ael
elress owner. It 3. Journal olllce
(HtllAT bnigtln, 8 room modern brick;
see us quick, tilll .t Campbell, 4Ii5 Hldgo
to nnxT notisns.
TO HUNT lly Cteorgo Kiimpf. Keith .t
)7iv, Trncy nve , 7 room frame. 2 story, $10.
3021 Dunham nve., fi room frame, Jin
r.ii J'rosppct ave., 8 loom briik, 2 story,
1115 Troost ave., S room brick, 2 story,
1133 Dram avenue, store room, plate
glass front, $13.
lltilldlng IM Delaware, JiV,
TO HUNT Hy Cowherd Hros , American
122) Il sth, 0 r. modern. $23 f.0
Lexington and Ord, eor , 7 rooms, $1'.
272S Woodland, 7 room" .ird. !1
'W ItHN'T A thoioughl) modern home,
nt Independence, Mo. Addiess 1". H. Med
bury, Independence, Mo.
TO II KM' llllOll's
""TO ItlNT-l'wo" ple.ihint furnlshd
rooms nt the southeast coimr of 12th and
Ollvo sis, on the second floor, slnub or
en suite, with or wltliout board Two or
four )oiing men eould irnt one or both of
the above rooms very lentonilih Tor
further particulars apply at 2121 Hist )2tlt
ft . upstairs.
TO HUNT A good store loom In Argen
tine; well locnted and cheap.
('. T DYSAHT,
M1'4 Minnesota, Kansas Citv. Kls
TO HUNT Largo hi Ids bain, room foi 4
horses and carriage, feed room and w iter,
at 112') Holmes st ilHISS A. MOItltIN,
&7I riheldlev building
AIU.l.N'OroN HAI.I.. N I'. Tor JOih and
Walnut. Apply to C. K SchoellUopf.
DIl. C. L. MOItltIS, ieeognl.ei! as the
greatest clalrvov.int and business medium
In tlio world If you would lie snmsHfiii
In love, marriage, buHln. ss, law .sults.siiee
Ulatlon or bring the esti aimed together,
consult this wise mnn Dr. .Morris hns his
private secretatv, .Mi W. II. Lugg, with
him; also an eminent physician who will
glvo freo medical examinations to till who
call, whether tldi or poor Ldteis in
closing a stamp promptly answered. v,
.MRS. L. JAMES, the well known clair
voyant and trniiee medium, may he con
sulted nt 1209 (irand nve ; parlors 33 and 40
NOTICE Mr. Chat lea H milliter la 11,1
longer In out employ.
WHITE LINE TltANHI'EIt AND CAR
IF YOU want a good steik with tho best
cup of Mocha and Java coffe-e In the city
go to M'CLlNTOe'K'S. H20 Walnut.
JAMES HANNON, the architect, his re
sumud business, with oillces Temple block.
4, r,,o,,o . , ,v.. , -,ii,.-,ote, oijiui-
tunltles nre now offered by the markets to
easily multiply small tnpltnl each week by
speculating Our customers make big mon
ey. Some $200 to U'JO a week on a $10o In
vestment, Can wo not do the same tor
you? Small margin renulied. Our book on
successful speculation and Dilly Market
Letter, full of money producing pointers,
sent free-. Speculate thiough expeits.
Thomas Ac Co , bankers mid brokers. Rial
to building. Chicago. Ill
TJITC3T V-I-Q13 nil tv-,r C. In.. .,,., A
CIIAS. K. TOWtT JOHN II. TOWT,
President. Vice President.
E. L. HARRIS.
MIDLAND TRANSFER CO.-Frelght
and baggage transferred to and from all
depots. Furniture moved and packed by
experts. 47 and 403 Wyandotte' st Kan.
sas City, Mo. Telephone 15)7,
WHAT havo vou clear to exchange for
enulty lit lot on luth. nenr llultlmoru nve ?
Will take outside vacant ground Sills,
Northup & Co.. Keith A: Peiry bldg
STH.Ul TAHI'IIT CI.ri.VNINtl.
Ualloway iS. Shankland Steam Carpet
Cleaning and Renovating Works, 10th and
Agues. Tel. 242S Our specialty, altering
and laying. Refer tby permission! to prin
cipal carpet houses and hotels In the city
OFFICE Desks. Folding Heds. ltcvolvia
Rookcases. Letter Presses, onico Chairs.
(Olllce Desks, Chairs and Folding Heds re
paired.) II. M. ROWERS.
71S Central street.
1:1; NEW Sl'OlttOi: COMPANY.
HAVE NEW and safe building for fur
niture storage. Advances made; packing
and shipping done. JOHN A. EAMES,
103 Walnut st. Tel, ieel. Manager.
HOUSES AND VEIItCI.hS.
PASTURE FOR HOHSES-Three dollars
per month; sent for and returned. Mark S.
Salisbury. Independence. Mo.
TUB Kansas City Metal Roofing & Cor-ruijutlnfc-
Co., US Delaware. ti. i;g3.
TlllSTI.PH HAI.i: - heri ,1' Jamrs It
I Anderson, by his certain del of trust
limed .th l?th da of August mi III" for
' ri sird in the olllce of the it . r . r of
,,eds for Jaekoem ceiunty, Mls, nn. . U
deeds for JneUle)l1 ceiunty, Miss, nn.
ivnisas ntv, on tne titn i nt .usuii,
l"0. Artd teeMnled In the oli. . of slid IP
e nider of deeds .11 Knnsns ily In l
"H" No Jf., at pit go 611. conve,d to m'.
Oliver II Dciii. llio undersign, t trnste",
the feilloning described tenl .stale Ut
untp, l)lng nnd being II th- mun V d
Jaiksnn nnd slate nf Missouri, IvwH.
A certain tract er trads of Iind 'acalel
partly In section if,, township V) N i-nime
.h W, and partis In pctlon "I tovtlsbip
ro N, range il W., .Inrkson lounty Mis
prtiirl, bouteled ns follows On tile forth
b the right of nil) of the Kansas I ,'.v
and independence ftapi I TriinM! Com
pun) on the east b) the Rig 'due river,
tnd on the south nnd west by the center
line of (loose N'ePk crek, as sjiawn b
plat nitmvd to mild eleeel of trust, in
trust however, to see ure the pann'm of
the certain iiicinlssory note l'i suld dee.i
of trust described, wlili b sum promissory
note wine given as a put of tho purchase
prl.-e of said real estate, and, whereas,
detank bis hern nude In Hip payment of
said prolnlssor) note, und the same, with
Interest (hereon from the 17th day of
August, IVJ, lem.ilns overdue and unpild,
now, thererore, public notice Is HrreMiy
given thnt I, the said undersigned trustee,
nt the lecpipst of the legal holder and
owner 01 sntu luomissory noie. nun uj
vliiue nf the power ntul authority In me
vested by sild deed of trut, will, In tic
rordiu ce with the terms and provisions or
sail elicil or trust, proceed to sell, and
sell, the real 1 stale In said ded ot trust
nnd heidnlicfote deseilbed, and nny and
rt'lf part thereof, ut publli- veiuliii-. to
the highest bidder, tor e.lsh, nt the court
house iloor In the eltv of Kalis is Citv.
Jnekson I'niuitv, Missouri, said enlrt house
door be Ing the south fiolil door of the
JiPkson comi'y court house, situ.iteel on the
north ),it ot .Missouri ivinue, bptween
01k and IXicut streets. In sild Kntists
I'll), on TtiLSd ly. the 18th da of .lu.ni'.
W between the hours of nine o'clock In,
the feirenoon and live o'clock In the after
noon of that dny, for the pntposu or piylug
oft said promlstoiy nolo tint the Interest
eliie thereon, and the co-H und expetisss
of executing this trust
OLIVER II. DEAN Trustee.
Kmi'rts City. Mo.. May 11th. li'i
TRUSTEES SALE Whereas. I'rJdti Muff
(1 vvlilon), by lier ecitiln deeil ot trust,
dated the SUh da) ot Slav IVJI, olid re'e ortt
r.l em the 11th ilny of Mi), ivil. In iook II
411, at pnge Kit, In the ollle'e nr the recorder
of eleeds or Jack3on count), Siissourl, at
Kansas Clt), conve) ed to me, (letirge
Kunipr, the undersigned itustee, the .fol
lowing described real est lie, situate In thn
eoiinty of Jnekson, In the stale ot MIs
toiirl, lo-wlt: Lot number d 11m 1 ji ( vcept
Ing live (SI reet ort 1101th lde Iheeeiri. In
lilork nilmher three (It), in M. Oee liiee,"
an addition to thn eit) of K.iusitn (now
Kansas lily). In the count) of Jnekson.
and state of Missouri ns the satno Is
marked and designated on the recorded
plat now on flip In the olllce of th" recorder
of deeds of said count), and state, In
trust, however, to secure the pavment of 11
certain promissory note in sild deed or
trust described: and, wh'ieas, default h.u
been made In the tinvm-n' of sild promis
sory note, now, thetetore, it the reipiet
or the legal owner and holder of the said
note, public notice Is hereby given that I
will. In accordance with the terms and
provisions of salel deed or trust, and liy
virtue of the poer In me vested thereby,
sell at public vendue to the highest bidder,
nt the wi'St iloor of the United States cus
tom house, on the southeast corner of '.uh
nnd Walnut streets, In Kansas City, in tho
count) of .1.11 kson, aforesaid, the real es.
late hereinbefore anil In said eleed of trust
described, for cash, between the hours ot
nine o'cloe k In the forenoon, nnd tlve
o'clock In the afternoon, on Thursd ly. the
Cth day or June, lv". for the inlipose of
Having said note and tin cost or executing
this trust. (iEOHGi: Kl'Vtt'F,
Hntiert Adams. Attorney.
TRUSTEE'S SALE Wherens. W. II,
Leonard and Virginia U Leonard, his wire,
by their deed or trust, dated Juno 26th,
lisS, and recorded on Jiinu 28, 1SSS, In the
lccoreleT'H olllce or Jackson county, stale
ot Missouri, nt Kansas City, In book It,
No. 311, at page 27i. convened to Phil E
Chiippdl. ns trustee, the fallowing real
estate, sltuited In said lounty, viz.. Lou
six, seven and eight, and tin south sixty
two (12) feet or lots one, two, three, four
and live. In block three, ot Downlng's re
siirve)' of Iingvlew I'll. e In the city of
Kansas, now Kansas City, Jackson count),
Missouri, to secure the ptytnent ot th
promissory notes. In said deed described;
and. whereas, default has been innd In the
pajjneiit of salel notes; now. therefore, I
b) virtue ot the .power glve'ii me by sild
deed or trust, and at the iiepi, st or the
legal holder or said not. s, will sell salel
real estate at ptiblli vendue, to the high
est b!ildr, for c ish, at tho county court
house door. In the City of Kansas, now
Kansas Litv, In the county of Jackson
and state of Missouri, on Sittird.ly, thrt
Hist da of June. ISD", betw.iii the hours
of 0 a 111 mil T, o'e loe k p in, of said ela),
to pay said debt and thu costs of execut
ing this trust,
PHIL E. CHAPPELL. Trustee.
April 21th. ISO-
NOTICE TO STOCKIHiLDERS Notice
to thn htoelvlieddeiB or the; littinel Aveinuo
ltallw.ii Company Is heteb) glvn that a
meeting of ue Ii stockholders will be held
ni the ulllee of said lump in) , No. lejo linnet
avenue. In K insas fit) Mlssouil, on riat
urdiv. the llist'day of June, A D ISM, at
o'clock a tn . for the purpene uf voting
upon the following propositions.
I To lln rLane the cuplt.il stock of Slid
rompnnv fruni Jl 2eo.0W, Us present amount,
" To tin reaee the bonded InilebtPdnesi
ot F.ild compin) from $1.2i'J.0iX, its present
umonnt to r30O(MO .......
3 For the trans ictlon of such other busi
ness as may be brought before such meet
'Kansas City, Mo . March 29, 1S96.
WALTON II HOLMES. President,
DANIEL H. HOLMES. Scoretury.
TRIS1EES SALE Noll . Is hereby
given that all tin mil. tutultun nnd y x -tuies
of the Vv . E I'ampi .V.inuf.ii lurl ig
Coinpany, "IS Delaware, 1 niislstiug of
elesks, elinlis. tables, t pew 1 Iter, Utt-r
(in s, safe, I. iter Hie e irpeis.riigs.m.iltins-,
sample 1 use. it. eti ., will Ii. sold it
publl. inn Hon on Situi liv afteinoon Mi)
2"lh, at J ii'iluK, t.i the highest and best
bidder foi e.iili article
JOHN Sl'EYENS. Trustee.
itiSAi, n.sTAii: ii(Asii:iis.
NOR.MAN S. HUllEltrSON, proprietors
of abstiucts nnd etvauuneis of und titles,
No 10 East Stub stint, furnish dally the
transfers of real estate tie.il In the record
er's olllen at Kansas Clt), Mo.
Notlcu All iransiers appearing In our
e! a 1 1 ) reports contain covenants ot general
tvarranty, unless otherwise stated.
Clt) Heil Relate Company to II.
E. Moeinev, trustee, lot I and part
.,f lot i. Trost's thlnl ueldltiuli .... 1
Charles L Fl.iugh und wife tn
Churls' s T. Danidi: part of lot 7
nuel all of lot b, blink fi, Me liter
J. J Rogati to La ret o Liter ir.v ami
Ilenov dent Institution, lots 2e1, 27.
2i, l1-!, SO and HI, bloe k 5, Oites'
lleuj.tmlu i-iw inson and wife to
Swell Swan-nil, p.ut of lots 21 mid
22, block 11. Winter park 603
Swell 8vv.in-.ein to Riulamln Swan
sot) aul wife, put of lots Vj and
20, block 11. sain CXI
II. M. Hol.le.ti lei i M. liaugh; lot
13, block 7. Millle'i plii'e 4M
Same to suih, lot 0, block 3; lots IG
and 17, bio k 7 same 1,275
John Rrown to F 15. llotfininn; lots
II, 31 ami o-' South Windsor 1
E. V. Swliiiie) ml wife to J. S. and
J L Loose , pm of lot W, block S,
Old Town 4,(00
Amnnd i M. Irwin to Americin Ills..
e uit -Maituiae tilling cunipauy; lots
S and 7, block 0. tild Town 1
It. I. Yeager and wife to Kenwood
Lainl Company, lot 22, block 4,
Kenwood annex . I
Henry Fretiih to f'tsiltrvy P. Yost;
lot 5S, Ch.idwkk's steond addi
Margaret Hell to Ell J Huwleyj
p.ut of lot 3, block 1, Thomas' add).
O II. fiunu and wife to James A.
Mclionlglo; lot 0, Cottage place. .. 3,200
L. E. liwln and wife Io New En
glim! Loan and Trust romp my;
pait of lots 9 and 10, block A, Rail
son .t Tallin's adlitloit 7,000
D. R. liui.uu and w fe to Finny
i' firaf: lot S, coiitlnu ttlon Hart
Ictt place 300
wholes vi.i; iticvci.rs.
WE want a joung man In every town In
Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska to handle
our wheels, flet our catalogue and prices
to agents. KANSAS CITY IHCYC'LE CO ,
1027 and 102U Hroudway, Kar.s $ City. Mo.
I'Altl'HT CI.EAMNd - ll'HOI.isTRltl.NO
SAUNDERS & WHITE. I'll H lljth street,
'phone 21M. Rellttlng and laving carpets a
specialty; upholstering of all kinds; mat.
tressis renovuted. Reftr to Doggett D. G.
Co. and Robt. Keith Furniture Co.
SAFES opened and repaired, bought and
told. Combination locks cleaned and
changed. B. JIARRIGAN, Expert,
Telephone 12SL w East Tenth st.
mm DEPOT TIME GflRD
ri Isthe .t. Hit n )
tlMAIIA. ST. I.OI'ls,
ll..Vl II, st, I'M 1,
ml Mi.M:pot K
Choir Cnr- Frca,
TUkft i.f.ef ' J 'Uil
bt and If II L r.e Ave
A.ldrei. II. C. CRR. A. a. P. A.. KrJ
Instruction All trains dolly un.sl.
marked "x," rt rp! Hutitay, "s Sun ' ir
only, "z," rx pi Siturday, ''), ex pt
Monday. "I, SiL.rday only First cul
limn, leive, so n l lolunin, arrive
IIANNIHAfi .. SI JOE H. It -Hirllngtun
.Triln T.siveS Arrlv.
I'.C, .fc HroolellelJ ,xt (i iini .I..,1nni
Chicago f.it tnnll, Kil
Atlantic express 7 Jo nn t " 1 1
r-l. ... f.... ...K, ,, ,a . ... c.-.iLk.
e, -1 tie. 1
pi. 1.0HIS' I'xptess ,,,, S'livpin snifAni
11.' A M It
It., I.N" NEHHASKA Uurlltls''
Inn If mt tn
Denver..1;- K. C express,
Lincoln.. Hillings & Pug.
el Sourd ., !lftlim TV.prn
K. C, ST. JOE .t.COt'NCIL ULUI'l'S
. . RAILROAD.
, Omiha .1 St. 1'aul fast
tnnll 10-n.im TMpm
Iowa express " A1 pm V10 im
...":" mocs , .,.-i, put -ije;im
m aoe ,v iow.1 mail 7 Warn
""'" express II UO am
, ,aj U1I
i.ravenwnrtn, Atchison ,t
m. .lowt.i. .
-All trains Oti.l.. 1.. -.,. It...
10'iil A. Iff "..v..u.. .m, ...c-
I'HICAOO. ROC'IC ISLAND . l'Al If IC
Trains East of Missouri River
Chlcagu iiiMll ,. . . xi.o,)nm .7.fflpm
thtcago llrilied 5.4. pin 10 (Wain
., . ilrn!fl Wcst Jt Missouri Itlvti
I Jiitcli. WKhlt.i, Ft. W lu..0iim r. r. pr.i
DcncoI. tip .v. I'ueblo,. io;o.im s:,t.m
,,.7,".'i.v-v'v!1,i;- " 1'ueuio.. as 10 pm )S jiium
Wlcbl'n, I. K Ft. wi. S 10 pm )S .'Oat.i
nenrn, I, T, ,i Ft. Wi. S io pm )S .o am
r; j;'-""' ii iw i, Ji i ruin- ii.m-,
. r IV. I .r- T.f I .l.- il ' ' I'll I
Rt. notils $ay oUrsn.. 300) am tf-iMpm
f i i t!ini mnil l:0ilm 7-am
l.ntlla tllrrt.t , fc..J'-'
s'.rvopm lo.io nm
,ex nglfir; ,: st Louis ex.
ll tun JO He .1111
l.exlng(on A.- Sevl.lll.l pn. C:3jum
- r ... ' eiiir- e ei
j-pffcyvll e & f'oloradei .. lmtAnm
Cotfe-y villi- .C- Wichita ... n 20 pm
Jon. LorlS'i ,v Wichita I x' inn
.Jop n Te.xi express.. in loam
Joplln it Texas exitri'ss . . ,'iJ pill
. . . Trains Norm
Omaha, Lln.,e; N.i'ity ex.. H lpm
Omaha .V C H day ex.... 7 ?0 am
!V . iicootn. ex I ypnl
h 9.' ,v " 'ui' ex lei luotn
K. ( A .IV eJ, inA nv f --. n,rt
'I rains W
7 2ei am
3. to pm
7 12 nut
"..50 n m
i'. .Ve pm
KANSAS CITY NUHii'.'WESTnitN 'it
beilecn H.-atrlce ex .... 7 20 um ft. la
VV .V IIAejtt I, ell lien. ..re.fO.W
S-' '."J ,V; Chicago e. .. S noun 7 io pm
Si .'' "S N- v- Llm. ex..xl0:riKm -tcnopin
St. I... D, M ,i ,st. rx ., , Mpm 7:W.ini
K. t.. , Chicago express., ii 2i pm "1.20 uni
(MM, -I..,. ,. i T Tnv
Chicago & St. Louis ex.... '.oo'n'm
C"hlrso limited ii tl pni
f. 30 p:n
VV'. .'.' " e-nicigo ev . . . x 1 1 pm , 1. 1 in
KANSAS CITY. FORT SCOTT .1 MEM
riorldv r.lst Mnll 10-20 am
Hnrrlsonvllle .; Clinton. .xlO to am
Deepwater aceotn r. 2 . pm
t.hi'rukee accom fi-2S pm
Suburban passenger. . ft ) put
.Innlln x- V.,., n.lnan. 1.1 n.v ,,..
10 t". am
1 5", am
7 r." am
.MISSOFltl, KANSAS .v TEXAS ICY.
Texas mall 10 15 am ..", pm
Te'xus expiess 9 0", )ini 7:2.", am
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY
Pacific coast United 9.?Oivn r:(Wpm
Denver .V. I'.il ex 7 30 pm t:nin
ATCHISON. TOI'VKA SANTA FE It Y
East of Missouri River
Chicago limited s.;iipm e20ain
Columhlnn express r, 30 pm l..liiti
Atlantic express 0 10am 'e:30 pm
Fort Mndl-on local x7.50 am i5:30 pm
We al of Missouri ltlvr.
Toms express .15 am
So K.is. n.issetncer 0:10 am
Col. - Vtnh llm 90i)nm
1.50 ni f.0ii run
Mex. .v.- Cal e(iress.,
Eniporia inseiiKer ..
Panhandle epre-s ....
Uk. A- Dodge City r.x
... 2 cu pm 0 10 um
..xl 20 pm xlt 2n um
... 4 10 pm V ia am
.. 0.10 pm I. 2". am
... 'J .20 pm DM5 am
Oriinel (cntril II, pot, "ml nuel Wrinelettt'
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
Chi., St Piiul .r Minn ... 10.00 am f frl pm
St. J, Des M. .V Chi... 0.01 pm 7 15 am
Si. J. Des M .V Chi .. . 11.5U tern
KANSAS CITY. OSCEOLA . SOUTHERN
(ilntdn iV- Osceola ex 500 pm "20am
'KANSAS CITY. VITTHHIMIO ,t e-,t LF
Plltstiurg, Jo. .t NuoshO 1100 am 3 I", pm
Aci ommodailon iiiani VS) pm
Accommo'l itlon .. 7opm 5 0)ita
Leave Tuesel lys, ThiirselaVs and Sal ir
e'nv. Arrive JIond.i)s, Wednesela) utiJ
e.nillel Ave, lie pot, '.'llel Mree't.
cniCAGO. MILWAUKEE A ST P W
Chicago pis-enuer -X9.00 am s '.pa
(iil'll. othe ,pi'ei-8 ', no pin e 'i ll
KANSAS CITY INPEPEMHINCL MR
Depots Second and Wyandotte ami S. -nnd
K VNSAS CITY lNDEPENDEVe'E V. i
ID TRANSIT RMIAVAY I'nMi
D, pots Fifteenth sir, ,r station Tw 1 h
vtr.it stitl.n Nin'b sii .1 s inon
The Depot Carriage and Baggage
M, VI. Mil AMI IlltO VOW '.V,
FOR A CARRIAGE OR BAGGAGE WAG01
1'rouipl anil Hell ilelee
NO C. I It I II VIIl.l s I'Olt Me. II 1 YvOKIC
'lUt'S'lEES ALE- h nas. Ni l.o.aj
T Eaton and Maude Eaion, his w le. Ii
thi'lr eertnin de.-el of trust, eUtt I Fcliiuar)
25, lsvj. and recorded in O.e olllce ,,f Oo
ree order ur deed-, r.ir Jnekboti counts St. 'a
or MirKuiirl, ut Kansas Clt), on Ftbru iry
25, lsi-9, In book ' II" 210, at page- 171 cn.
ve)eel to the undersigned, Duviel II. Evticn.
the following dci-cribeel ral ..sta'e Mtuno
In Hie eounty of Jackson, t-tnie of M
niurl, to-wit Lot numbered one hundred
nnel bcventeen (117) anil lot numbered uiiii
bundled and eighteen (115). In Hos. and
Searritt's adelltton to tho Clt) of Kansas
(now Kansas City), which unlet de of
trust was uiude to secure the payitie-.it of
the bonds ur notes In said dred of It list
described, together with the Interest there
on, ami, whereas default has leen ni.ida
la the pa, mem of some or the raid bonds
or notes, anei the '.merest thereon an,! nil
the Indebtedness (-ctirpi by the said deeil
nf trual (excepting that part thereof which
has been paid) is long past elue and un
paid; now, thererore, nt tho r"iutst of the
owners and holders of silei due and un
pad! bonds or nous and interest, noli, e la
herebv given that I, the unditslgned. tho
said David II Ettlen. in puri-uancu or tho
power vesteel tn me b sale! dee-el ol irin-t,
will, on .Mond.i), the 27th da ur May, 15'JJ,
between the hours ot i.lne o'oio k m tho
forenoon and live o'clock In the afternoon,
proctnl to sell the property hereinbefore
ami In laid deeil or trust described, at
publlo vendue, to the highest bidder, for
cat-h. at tlio south front iloor of the court
house, located between Missouri avenue.
O ik, Locust und l'irth streets, in Kansas
city, in tne coiiniy ot jaci.on, suno at
Missouri, being tho front door of the build
ing In the City of Kansas (now Kins.
Cit)). Mlstourl, tn which the circuit court
of t-ald Jackson county Is held, to piy said
unpaid bonds or notes and Interest, and
the costs and expanses of executing ttiU
tout. DAVID II. ETTIEN. Trustee.
Dated Kansas City, Mo May 2, P95.
TRUSTEE'S SALE-Ilv reason of de
fault In Hie piumcnt of thu promissory
note ami thu lutetest thereon, describee! In
the deed of trust, dated the llit-t el.iy of
May, lsltO, given by Louisa Driiikard. (a
widow). IlleeJ for record in the oltlee of the
lecotdcr of deeds for Jackson county, at
Kansas City, Missouri, on June 10th. 1S90.
und there recouleil Iti book II No. 139, at
page 37, I will between tho bonis of ninu
oYlock 111 the forenoon and tlve o'clock in
thu afternoon, on Friday, tho 31st day ot
May, 1W, at the east door nt the circuit
touit house in tho city of Kansas, now
Kaiisus City (sumo being tin. c.ii.t fto'i'
door of the county court house building,
situated In the block bouiuleel by Oak,
Locust und rifth stieets und Missouil ave
nue, und suld court houso being the build
lug In which tho circuit court o( said
county Is held at Kansas City), In Jackson
county, Missouri, at the reiiuvst of the legal
holder of xahl note. sell, nt public auction,
to tho highest bbldtr, for cash, the following-
described met property ' "" 'Otmty of
Jackson und st.ito of Missouri. to-wlt:
Lots numheied llftecn (15) and sixteen (1C)
of Wilson's subdivision, as tho tame up
ncar upon the- plat of raid subdivision
tiled In the olllce ot tho recorder of decd-
for Jackson county.MlJsourl. at Kansas
City, for the purpose of satisfying tha
debt secured by said deed ot trust, and the)
costs of executing this trust
FRANCIS M. n'ROASON. Trusted
CelYla & Col v In. Attorneys.