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THE KANSAS CUT JOUlttlAL, THURSDAY JUNE , 1895.
JEWELS AND MUMMIES,
J,RIiCI:LVANrll:TTRLt Ill s I DIM)
IN lllr. PUtAMliP-.
rn trrtinnlngltiil I Inil 1 lint Pairs Into
Iiislgnlllraiire An) tif tlic Previous
lntrtls ittim Among I tin
new- Nrtpolcnn-hiit this. tim on arch
il shit one fm entered "gvpt "d ln"
ii in I it Where Ihe famous Flrt Consul
i !! history whll tlr-siiovinsr th present
i.nr-nnian l simply patching history to-
trior h the discovery or fresh links eon
i'n,ii the era of live thousand Mt ago,
1 nk foig'd from mummies and treasuns
t ik n from far tneath th sands of th
rt anil out nf oltJ masonry. In the
i of tho world this reient discoverer
i ni unity may lie morr highly regarded
t i v Napoleon hltnftr, Tor, while the little
f pi r In Lg)pt ws only able to tell
1 I llrm at the bn of tin- pyramids
t it fitly centuile were looking down
i th. m, thf nrehaeolocls t has gone
ithT in that h Iim burrowed far below
t niftier- of the desert tn find out new
t 1.4 .it-out those forty enturle
r . ploter r name id t'r Marc in, it nil
- i nerits have been lltllf short nf
r irkiiblf The treasure he has un-
i 'h I l the most important Ueyptlnn
1 I Put has ifr been made for the pnst
I ft fit Pooled up In dollars and
c i t I- pound. shilling nml ponce or in
f r , the emit valup ot the liwrlry he
h s i ik n out of iiev-.-r-drentned-of tombs
hi t been estimated, lint even put tiion
n l r H- monetary liasl.. Ihi value of
th - Uu lings Is Immense. Considered
fr i tin- light or th Bypttlo,st and et
t r th- value l a hundredfold, thou
i foil mote than the aitnnl mirkcl
j r that the sold and gems would
I r Io Morgan has unearthed, after a
p i f fifty centuries, a klnK. a tiueen
i' ir nnd a royal prlncfu. nnd he, lift
1 i a n rich mine, a It "-re, or treatne
t it the rbrend I'haraoh" thoiiitht they
l,,i In I len from the eve" of men until the
fnirni e to fhen toml coneealed thil nil
)n nltdRA of their ixntente eraped the
r r not of the elentlt and explorer
mone, but alio thoe of the rrnft), iiilrk
Mitted i,rl thleff and vitmliila who pll
1 nf I and stule throiiith thousand of
Minim nc It briefly up. He Monrnn' ll
r iv ry hi ben lfil He foulid, Jnt a
;.ir nci. In .May, lMil, the tomb and lin
r rial trisiire of Ameneinhrtt III , of
the twelfth ihiiasty nf Katpt, togethel
w Ih th tnmb of M'vernl of the prln ! e
ni tl of that Iii), itul thn of two other
7" ntlnn klUK", (lUHerteen M. and Ouer
li en III , In the millerle of on- of the
li er pvratnld lli.it He to the oiithwet
of th- modern rlt of t'llrn two hoiir"
Journo litre l the "dtp of the nlitkiue
lie ropolin, or "Clti of th 1'eacl" of ,tem
hl, that famniM .in lent town, lie Mor
gan renoneil that, following out the trt-
litloti nn I the rtiatom of the Imperial
h5iii of Kc)pt, the tnlKhlv Aineiiemhat
would not lie uloiu In death 111 ur
m,e wi that the pyritnld iniiit lie
(nrrotlmltit bv a girdle of rnv il lomli nnd
by an outir belt made tip of the tepuli'lior
of thoe of noble but leer blood.
The onti onir moved hN com luilon to
be entlre lorreet. All tlirmiKh the sum
mer, the fall ami the winter he kept on
deiNorlnir to dlseover pome mode of en
trance Into thew eiiliterrnne.ui uallerb"".
but tho Impenetrable problem eluded him
until the middle of f'ebruir.i Hoiindlmr
nfter poundlm? wa maile ami hole after
hole ."link Into the deert and The bulk
of thee excavation were nude to the
dept of twelve mctet. or about thlrtl
nlne feet. At lat a huce and mile
roi k wai found which showed that thoti
nd of e.irs before tt hail been lolled
down n Kentlv Inclined plane or path fiom
the purfiite of the ground and had e.ile,l
xlth It8 vast weight the tomb below
S'lth Inllnlte labor, aided by an arm) of
modern Kioptl.in l-Mtllr and the mot
approved tools and Implements of modern
science, till" rock was moled awnj, and
1here was illcloMt! the Kaller) of Amen-
mint III.'s roy.il houe of death.
Xot )et was the explorer's dllllculty
over. This nailer) , It If true, showed no
rlKns of hnvlni; been entered since Its
formal closing lift) centuries before, when
the Princes It.i was jrathtred to her fa
thers, whereas the other Mibti rranean
rooms that hail been unearthed by the
core proieil conclusively by their nbeni
of ev-ry kiwk.iw- that the desert thleiea
In eras of the far past had rilled them
Yet here there wns only a mass of !olld
inonr), nnd the bars ami pickaxes of the
Katllrs had to be uned for many hours be
fore they broke tlirouKh and reached the
Therein, mummified, loaded with Jewels,
the Brent ("tone cotllns ll!ld with scent
boxes and all manner ot dainty things
thlnss that were precious to royal femi
nine hearts In the old da)s when the
lotos flower renod supreme and thee
women were flesh and blood l.i) the bod
ies of Princess Itit and Khnouinlt, the
ciueen consort of Aim nenin.it III.
Directly In front of the pyramid, at a
distance from It of only a few rods, stands
what Is now known In aiihieoloKlc.il rec
ords ns the house of Ilasliour. It Is a tlnv
bulldlnic constructed of biiiks which were
molded In the twelfth dwiast) of Itejpt,
S.MO years oro. and Its llcht i olored mass
makes It stand out plcturesnuely .iKnlnst
the dark, weather-beaten old pirunid
Here Do Morgan has Hied while he has
been proseoutinK thee rese.irciies It
overlooks the lallcv of the .Vile ancl Is not
far distant from It. Hack. bc)ond the
pramld, stretchfs humlreds of miles to
'he westward the arid, sandy dpscri, over
win h swetp the simoon, the terrible
Dot to the east Is the Rentlr undtil.itln
x.illey with its (,'nen and fruitful pas
tires Its fields of Krowlne maize, Its tall
h-iilks of sugar cane and Its forests of
dales The house of Dashour is the boun
dary lin. In moie senses than one of the
luinfi l.iivpt and the dead. Its name has
Kun tn, m Untitle- tltb to these marvel
ousl) p i "sfnl explorations, and they will
hen ffnith be known as the discoveries of
How xeltltiK nnd lmpieslve was the
s i ne at the moment of ihe discover) of
the ( in ophaRus of the Princess Ita, at the
insiant when the last bit of masonry was
nn i iw i) can be best Imagined when It
1s t ii that even the stolid, stupid, iKtio
nn modern Kgyptlan laborers tatsed
th ir v -i. s in ,i shout of JurrIlh" The
. f ti- 1 was Indeed a picturesque one
In orler to facllltato the working, a wide
an! Irs cutting had bun made In the
si'. ,f ihe disert in Ihe shape of a huge
t ,is bottom, n dopt of twenty feet,
r cithered . varied assembly, in the
i kgrmin-l sheiks and wanderers of the
il t rt In Arab robes nnd turbans; tu
rf hfr tih them tin- laborers, gatllrs by
-tx- s r tla.j in their miiiiIp single car
rr ni known as Kal.ibleh. either white or
I in. r r. at the stumai h. and with e-ipB
t gr r It on their hea-ls They , nrrb-d
R t two handled b iski ts. nsi , to lonv-ey
ihi dirt an i mnd to the siirfaeo of the
f,i un I
l Mjra-in stooj In the sarcophagus
dr tu uver the long-buried mumm).
!' irg a magnillepiit loronel In his
'' ,'Sr ,iy ua" '!,e famous Parisian
ar-isi Phillppoteaux. tho 1-yeIor.un.t man,
iv ah hs sketch pad on his knee and his
1 n l air. ady sharpens! Completing the
,riup. a ! Ung to It-a utr.nihi neg in a pi
c,ii.iri' wav. were two Pieii. h women with
a trace of Paris i-i their dust and mnd
Si . tied cusiiimi s.
The in rlpiion ot, the tase In which the
iriimm) It) left no room for doubt that it
wis the royal Prlnciss Ita. fihe was cov-
re I with ornaments anil her gulden death
misk shone out brightly in the shadow of
the sarcophagus. Tin-re were glintlngs
from the t nllars, the bruelcts and the net
work of pt-urla that she wore, and the
Jewels ih-it deiked In r with .irn.-rll.in,
lipl-ltuull and !:! j.tiun innraldi- hit in
jnirn-l A Jewel, d diggir with ,i Id ide of
)r nz Ii. upon hr breast, and its hanille
V K?M Hashed brightly In the sunlight
Amid th mass of svv.ithlngs, oiniinents
an I tn- lust that once bad bten her Iles.li
la) s- in-- of haves of lieaten gull so thin
an! fi ri igile that the) moved with the
MlKhtet breath of warm breeze thai oeia
'i "all) foiin 1 its wa) Into the pit
I'lid r mm h the samii i ircumtain es was
the r ir iplpigns of the iiiei n broken Intb
t;m' nouis later. There .iIhj w.h a wealth
of orn imp nts. and veil more x .tillable tlnd
of r i, -i, iMIipie ami precious, in the sar
t i hagl th. inselves, after the mumiules
v-rtt if fully lifted out, or rather the dut
that nmitnid, for lit the tlrst touch of
the air all that was once humun crumbled
into n thuuness, were found sicnt buxes.
ointtii'tit jars. Miiierbly i.-i orated and of
r h m ui-rl.iln. ami bits of robes and funer
al trappings that must h.tvi been magnlll
rent in th. Jr day nml g. in ration
It wis uiie.it-)- thing in g ither together
the reb s of metal the gold, the prtclous
iionts, tht lorouel the tie. kltces. the
bandeaux that were found In these tombs,
but the work of if. He .Mutuun was et
more far reaching lie s.riped together
i very bit (if du-t that could be found In
tlust; trcophagl, an I set his men to work
tiftlng II and g tin- ring together every
rartl-le and ivery bit thit tould possibly
tlied the tdlghtckt side light on this dy
nasty. The tdttlngs revetled numberless
tiny particles of ornaments that had fallen
apart, und these tie Morgan U using all
hH skill as an archaeologist to put to
gether and to restore as far as possible
No puzzle map was ever harder than this
tank but much has already been accom
plished and part of the life history of this
tiuten and this princess is being woven to
gether piece by pleet, as these bits are
No mere naming of the objects of adorn
Bien t and tim Jewels .win give- anything but
.1 faint Idea of their ureal bexuty and xal
ue It would cem a f if that me the
most exquisite treiurf of the then known
world were gatheted tether lo i lorn the
Inst resting plnre of ih. ro)l wotn.n
Their ornament In tllier.-e goi , t ri fl. t,
string or pearl mount. .1 -n tt -I ' gar
Hn Is of pearl set with gn -n bin an 1
Ion. It tone, are mini tif larg. in I tin
portanl Piece there nre th. .rowns the
s.cpttr., nnd the plume holler that w.re
u'd to a. lorn the hnlr. Ilirllv Ie benutl
ful, though they give but faint hint of
thplr past m.ienltlrencp, an the bit of
n Ii tufr and fine linen.
Tj the golden collar hint pendant of
rxijitlflte worknunship and dcln, bpnull
ful even now, the report are though then
ar. lncritted with the dust and the moll of
lhoiand uf year Mot n underfill of all
ant a treasure In Itself. I a .rown formed
of Interliiclug thread of gol I and etiri. Ind
with pn.loii stones, em bv the score.
a h of which I worth, almost, a kings
ransom Ilxrpilslte nnd beautiful In the
extreme I the design of till irown It
thrad of gold are worked Into the hape
of a great ilrcle ot mvsotl, the dtllc.ttrdy
forrm-d bloom of each having In Its cen
ter a Jewel
Six . roe, roembllng grenlly thai de
sign known a the tlreek era occur at
regular intervals, the .-enter of each being
a huge Mating gem, and the i ro Itself
being four gntden lotu tlovxers Joined at
their tem ami liicruIrd with varl-col-ored
Jewel of wonderful lights and she Il
A ittm; us an i:itiiiijt'AKi:.
lid la IWiit sitting mi n Hun iwny Kle
ph nit I tils I.Ike.
.N'otlilng but a ride on an earthquake
could be compared to the epilation of
being run nwa) with bv an eleplmni. Noth
ing stops his wild rush, and he does not
swerve for an obstacle, but goes straight
A few shakes Mine off every thine on hi
bai k, and the rider has but u sei und or
two In whl. It to make up hi mind vvhbh
overhanging brttiieh he will cling to, or If
he will rlk throwing hlmelf off. A broken
neck would be the certain conspqiipm e of
As for stopping lilin, sotnebodv has well
stld that jott might Jiu-t a well try to
top a run tuny locomotive b) pulling Willi
)our walking stick on Ihe funnel a to
eek to chei k nn elephant at su. h a. mo
ment with a goid.
lit "troklng nn elrphant's Up In n cer
tain manner )ou can miike It purr like n
huge grimalkin, till the earth shake be
neath our feet. When It Is afraid or un
grv It squeel like all uhollcd hinge Hut
when It uddetily Jumps aside like ii ilea,
)ou Imagine for a moment that the ultl
mile terresltl'il eatiicl)sm ha gone on".
The Malnvs never wholly trut th-'lr ele
phants, and were nervous it mv famlllarl
tlts with mine, a weet-tempred old fe
male, on which I lode hundreds of mile.
I luring the mliblav halt I tie I to nil her
up, and she would come anil stall 1 with
one foot on eich s,le of nn het ns I
I ly on mv luck and fed her with li.in.inn,
I was never angry with tier but once
when she tried to Kill the , ook.
(in one occasion i little elephant of out
party, running bihind its mother, teased
In r lip.vond etidunin'-e. nnd she turned and
gave him a "shove that landed him feet up
permost In the bottom of a deep brook.
I'or two hours he t" reamed like n steam
whistle, while we vveie all ingaged In get
ting him out.
Ilvet) night when we railied camp and
the loads vveie taken off. each driver
would hobble his ln-ast bv tvlng Its front
legs together with rattan, o that It could
only hop with both togethet. Then a huge
wooden bell was hung tit-omul Its neck and
It wa turned loose to wander In the Jun
gle. All night long the faint dong, doug
or these pens mule a tnourntiii noise
around the cimp At divbreak each driv
er Hacked his elephant bv the sound,
often going in in v miles for him.
Tho elephant Is in some tepoot a stu
pid beast, and mnnv of the tales of lis .
gai Ity are apo.hrvphal, et It -sometimes
Iocs verv- uttangelv Intelligent things
Once n tlnv elephant got j mimed In be
tween the pirt of n heavy tiee trunk
that had been ml In two to leave n pas
sago In the road Its s.-ieains brought
bu-k Its mother from ahead. She Inspected
It e-nrefiillv for a moment, then walked a
do7en step backward, nnd lowering her
head, charged str light at It. shooting It
out as If It had been fired from u gun.
Now she must have een that, although
the little one could not move either vvnv,
rhere was reallv room for It lo get
through If there had not been her charge
would have mnsheil It as flat as a pancake.
IT IS Yoril DI'TV
TO CAST A 11AI,-
lll.l.fl Kit.' VVIN.Ml'IMi
rile Atmosphere Is I'nll tif t lie tin
It II ih Curious Kftilt-.
Prom the Saturday Night.
A very odd thing and one that not onlv
atonlsh( but startles ihe ..Mangel, Is the
peculiar electrical condition of even thing
In Winnipeg during the winter f voti
reach out to tout h an clec-trU bell, before
your tlnger Is within three In. he- of the
enunctaior theie Is a Hash of lightning
Hi it goes up through )our arm and will
probably make )ou jump six fn-t If vou
'touch anv metallic suhxt.inop ilvre i a
tla-h of lightning: when you git lino bed
the clothing crackle-, and one would think
that the landlord had provided vou with a
blanket adorned with llieflleg Aftei a
while one g t- o nervous one Is .it raid a
touch an) thing. I have stumbled mound
my room and bruised in) shins ruh-r than
'take chances lighting the gas or turning
on the electric iiirrt-nt. If )Oii reach for
the gas Jet. "craik" it goes If jou -hut-He
vour feit alonir the carnei on mi llehi
the gas with your linger. It Is really one
the iiiost startling phenomena In the
whole Northwe-t Itniirine turnlm? oer in
one's bed nnd having the quilts emit spark,
or reaching for a bell and being immediate
ly answered by a flash that Is apt to make
one howl. I saw mv traveling rurnpanlnn.
who had grown somewhat careful, wrap
his linger up In n piece of paper to ton. Ii
the lit 11. lie Jumped back with .a shriek,
and Ihe whole paper seemed on tire. The
people of the ellete l.ast who want to be
t nine ileetrltled and have their sj steins
lllled with electrli Ity should go up North:
they will get it in prowr shape and will
learn to avoid radiators and every other
metallU substance Th- fa. t remains, how
ever, thnt In that iltmaie one feels wonder
fully hopeful and able to work and no task
seems too hard to be undertaken, anj I
am Ilrml) eonvlmed that the great mm of
Canada will be developed there It Is u re
markable fact that Ontario, the most ble.
ed of all the sections of Canada, has de
veloped, proiwrtionately to Us population,
fewer brainy und energetic politicians and
business men than the provinces by the
sea or the great western stretch of land
with the wonderful electricity In the air
and the greatest dllllculties of money mak
ing In the . llmate
The nine! and strongest brood of Can
adians i-itn be fuiin-l to-day In the schools
of the Northwest and I envy the iontl
tutlon Hum can stand the illmate, and . . r
talniy ft t-l dlspos.e.1 to regret the Southern
tt mperamtnt that pr.-ft rs sunshine with a
little, to a long winter and a gretii future
vive hack votkii no his dpty tu-
t'h irgc Agitlut Trunk Herald.
Topoka, Kas., June 5 (Special i Char,;, s
have been tiled with Uovernor Mm rill
against Prank Huald, commissioner of
elections for Topeka, with the purpose ot
removing him from oitlie. The charges
are signed b C S. JJIllott. chairman of
the Shawnee county Hepubll.au Lrutral
The iharges ate that .Mr. Herald u-til his
otliiH for political purposes, rt fusing to
register Itgal voters and neglei ting io
make entries vvbUh would entitle H,.
publUan- to von H.rald was appoint..!
b) (lovin .r I., welling The gov.inor has
powir to rtmove fir iaue.
lit tpiUlibni I rom iiiiveriinr -stone,
fiuthtle ti T Ji lie 3 (Special ) A req
uisition from the gm.inor of Missouri has
In hi reielv.,1 I) (ioveruot Jttniiiiw tor
Phjah Itakti now tindii mrest ut PI Ileno
lit Is vvaiiud in Ntwtoii lount), Mo, lor
atsuii, betn, i hailed with burning a lielgh
Wellington, Kas, June 5 (Kpetial) The
I'lrst Ilaptlst ihiir.li of this It) ha tailed
to its pastorate Itev. W Sunlh, of
Coffe)Vlll. , formerl) of Ma.omb III He
has at.eptt-d and will bt-Kln uoik June lu
Pittsburg. Kiik . June S-dpeiial) The
Clierokee- Compaiiv, whoe nn n quit work
In the recent strike, have male prepara
tion, to again start up thtlr plant, an
nouiiLliy; that none of their oil men will
be le-cmplojel. The men to-la) pub
lished a (IriuUr warning all smelt, rnun
to stay 4a) fiom the Ch-rokee works.
The t'hrrokee Is the only lutnptnv which
has not Increased its wurkhnm. n's wages
asked for and Is the onl) jlmi i,
Vcbb city, Mo., June J-i.sp lal ) John
Cuniilngliani. a teainkter, wan iuslng the
track In front of an elet tn , Jr to-dav
when it struck him. kuq. k nii Mm ,Jouf,;
Ho was dragged ome disu,, ,., 'uut f0";
innately for blm be wa, released Ills
foe was brul.d horrttil)
Sedalla, Mo . June i -(Speelal.) Arthur
Iilont and l.uther Martin, two of the burg
lata who lootad Kil Uurroughs' VlSrv. at
tf.U4aUvrSovnJ,"lday' ,ert wptnr.a'iew1
,,,.... --.-, -
T HE HAS DONE
L CONTINUE TO DO
FOR KANSAS CITY.
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ease, mostly for 23 cents a bottle.
Sold by All Druggists-
hiimiin'i i:iii i in! ii"i in: .ioitit.Ai"
llusiness ntllto In Itotiin
a ti i
AH women's organizations desiring the
benefit of the per cent on advertisements
secured for the women's edition of th
Journal, call on the business mnnuger, Mrs
Htnlth, room 3c2, Journal building.
GOING TO CHICAGO TO-NIGHT?
The Hurilngton fast train "nil" leaves at
CM. Ilia only lino serving meals on tha
tafo plan between Kansas City and Chi
cago, In addition to regular meal service.
This entire train is equipped with all mod
ern improvements. Service unexcelled.
a voti-. roa rui: watpk works
AMi:NU.inNT Iri A Villi: POIt I.OWHIt
WATIJU HATP.H ''
Half rum lloini e.ker' i:wnrloiiv
On Juno 11 the I nion Paclllc )stem will
Fell tickets tiom Kansas Ct), Leaven
worth and htatn i s lu K'unsim nmi ,(.
braskn to points South and West In Ne
btaska nnd Kansas, nlto to Coloiado. U'y.
oming, Utah nnd Idaho, e-ust ot Welscraiid
j-oilth ot lteuv.i Cunon, ut rate of one
liist elats fan tor the round trip. Mini,
mum rate, 17 lltkets good tor twenty
da). Sew )our maiest Pnlon Paclllo ticket
agent. Rest tlnn and train service to Don.
ver. Ticket otli.es. Kansas City. Ifiuo .Muln
street. IU3 I nlun avenue ami Pnlon sta
tion. Telephone nou j. u. KRAWl.KV,
W.ibtkli I xt ursloiiri.
Cleveland O, and return, June IS, $21 23.
Kpworth League. Chattanooga and re
turn, June 23 un i 2C, JW30.
Raptlst Young p. ople's Union, Raltlmore
and return, July 1", and 16. $27.75.
Christian Un leaver, Boston and return.
July 5, M0G5
Full Informailon at Wabash ticket of.
flee, northueti eorner Ninth und Delaware
street, or write to H. N. GARLAND,
Western I'asseng.r Ag't, Kansas City, Mo.
LET EACH VOTUR DO HIS DUTV TO
DAY. A Deputy Warden Appointed
Topeka, Kas, June 5. (Special ) Da
vid Nalll. of Abilene, was to-day noti
fied that he had been selected for dep
uty warden of the Kansas penitentiary,
Mr. Nalll slSiilUes his willingness to uc
ceu; tUe place. - -.
- - "i - r?t.'tVn.iTori.v. Tun BIKef
Attend the Hrrnt ,n( Hon Ssle of t,ot In
NEW SOUTH MO R ELAND.
Corner t Tt ti nntl tlnkbvntl llonlexarit, on
the grnnud, .1 p, in.
SATURDAY. June 8
non'i Nrxnt:cT this ooi,th:n orron-
TISlTY.Ii) buy for either IIOMK nit
HPIX'PI.ATION, a SI'Hi: tJIMCK, PHOK
1T In sight for PPIU'lIASnitS at thl sale,
and at th same time hon our I'AITII In
KV.VPAS CITY Thetf I- NO DOPIIT that
PltosPrJltiTV for OVll CITY Is IN
. ITSII, IJ.vnilOV, HARMONY nnd VS.
ION will accomplish whll we most delre,
.() PPtlPl.t: IN 5 YIJAII3 WII.li IN-
ri'su ni:w ni.ooi), i.ocati; nhw jn-
ipsrmi;s uivk 'hmpi.oymijnt to
HINOIIHUS of THOfSANIW of Mil-
CHANICS nnd LAIioRINO JltlN. Thou
h Is of NBW HP1LPIMIS will be
Hltl-XTi:!) beforo SNOW KLI US nnd
everything will go as "M1JHRY AS A
MARRIAOU HULL," but WU MUST
OPTSIDUHS will not fall to POW.OW
where IIOM1S t'DOPLU I.UAD
COMU' COMU" COM I J to the Auction
Pale. HI'Y A LOT and MAKU Ion I'Ult
CUNT PROPIT IN Sl. MONTHS SCRU.
TITLU PURPUCT The Land, Title nnd
(luarnntec Co will give ccrtill. ate ror full
amount of purchnfe money PRUU to every
Tlilt.MS -Jin cah on ever) lot at pale;
J.W in one month, Mi in two months, J.ia in
three month", bal.anie, monthl) pa)tnenls
or otherwise, nt 6 ptr ectil, u Hr cent dis
count for i.ih,
WATCH for the HAND PAUAP-K SAT
t'RHAY A. M. Oet KRUU TICKKTS at
3I3 and ."It Am, Hank bldg.
WALUO LAND IMPROVEMENT CO,
C.KO. H. CLARK, Auctioneer.
SANTA FE REORGANIZATION.
A Majority of the eiirltlrs llrpottrd n
Utek Alio, lint I hey Art-
stilt t oiiilng In.
Topeka, Kas, Juj 4 Kiceiver AMace
I. Walker, et th, mi.ii P', arrived in
Topeka to-la) with ' family, He ,it,i
he had some otllie w -rk to attend to here
with Receiver Wiloi..
When aked about the reoiignnIr.atlon
and Its effectiveneis lu said: "The oric
Inal mortgage contn.n. d a claue which
provided that a tnajerii) ot the bondhold
ers hould at all tluu have control of the
organization, so that when the eomtnlttee
proi eeded to adopt a plan It was governed
ncconllngl). The committee hnve notice
that approving lion iholjers could have un
til June 10 to deposit their securities in ac
ceptance of the reorganization plan.
"A majority of th- securities were de
posited a week ago and nt that time the
reorganization plan b carat effective.
"Although a majority of the bondholders
have already approve i of the plan for re
organization, ecurltlt are being deposited
right along and the Indications are that
b) the loth of Jure aimot all the securi
ties will be In the har.i of tho reorganiza
"Will the leorgnnlzation be effected un
der the laws of the state of Kanns or un
der the laws of Illinois-'' vva r.ked.
"Pnder the laws of Kansas, most cer
tnlnlv This was ma le possible b the law
passed bv the state legislature last spring,
authorizing the corr.pa-i) to isue preferred
"The reorganization will now proceed to
organize a new mmioiv under the laws
of Kansas, and whin the foreclosure pto
'eedings are brought to a proper Juncture
the new company Will purchase the prop
ert)." "when will the property be taken from
the receivership anl turned over to the
"That I cannot tell It It all guesswork
I cannot say wheth.r it will be In three
months, l months or a year. Thp adop
tion of the reorganls- rtion plan Is. however,
a very necessary step and will hasten the
work of placing the property on Its feet."
Hutchinson, (Ikliboinu A: (lulf.
Guthrie. O. T., Jun 4.-(?peelal.) A dis
patch from the general manager of the
Hutchinson, Oklahoma & Gulf rallw ay
states -hat they will h.gin work June 20 at
Denison. Tex., and this eity, and as rapid
ly as possible conne ' these two cities, and
In the earl) fall e-onn-ct Guthrie with Cam
eron, Kas , the pre-.nt southern terminus
of the road. This ry will be a division
and as soon n the tirst link of the road Is
completed work will begin on the erection
of their shops on eiehty acres of land they
have secured, adjoining the city on the
wuvr snout: p.aii.hoau.
.. V. C. A II. K. II. R. Co., Lessee.
Office of the General Passenger Agent. 3
v underbill avenue.
York, May 23,
To General Passenger Agents, Connecting
The West Shore latlrond, with a view of
giving Its patrons an opportunity to visit
tho world's gitatest cataract, has made
arrangements whereby parties ticketed v Li
Its lines, and holding first class tlck't,
either llmlti d or continuous train, will h
ptrmltttd to stop over to visit Niagara
Palls, not to lined ten da)s, without ad
ditional cxperse to passengt rs for railroad
fare, Passtngers upon urrlval at Niagara
Palls are reipit steel to di posit thtlr tickets
with rigtnt. who will hold same until their
Pas,.ngers holding tickets via Buffalo
will also be allowed to lsli Niagara Palls
upon notifying the conductor, who will
honor their tickets between liuffnlo and
New York passengers will also have the
pi Iv liege of traveling via steamer, Albany
to New- York, via either Hudson River
Dav Line, or People's (night) Line, upon
notifying conductor beforo n aching Voor
heesvllle We would be glad to have you Instruct
jour agents anordlngl). In tase circular
Is Issued, please send me cop). Yours
truly, c H. LAM HURT.
General Passengt r Agent
Solid trains, composer! of vrstlhuled
sleeping curs, coaches and baggage tars,
now run through from ChUago to N w
York nnd lloston via the NU kel Plat, ,
West Shoro and Kite hburg r.illw-a)s
This ttaln now haves Chicago at 1 30 p
m., and urtlves at jrcvv York ut 6 :i p m ,
n-t day, In Hum for patrons to g t tin ir
dlnuoi and visit any of the placts of
This train arilves nt Uoston nt 9 p m,
and mnkts connet tlons In Grand Pnlon
station, lloston, with trains for other lin.
poitant New Hnglund points.
This Is a new innovation In train sfrvlep
for the abovi linen, nnd due to the fist
time und the superb seivlce given should
meet with imiut-nsft success, especially us
no eti.i fait is dunged on this train
The veiy lovvist differ! ntl.al ran h apply
as neretoioie inurs irui).
General Western Passenger Ag( nt
2Si South Clark strett, ChUago.
THU POLLS til'P.N TO-DAY AT C A. M.
AND CLOSU AT 7 P M.
NEW PASSENGER SERVICE.
1 mm Kansas City Vlt tho llurlliigtnn
"DUNVKR Sl'UCIAL" leaves Kansas
City dally 11.00 a in., solid train; arrlvea
Denver, 7 SO a. in.
"BURLINGTON NCff UNU VIA HIL
LINGS " for Puget Sound and P.acltlo Coast
from Kansas City, leaves at 11:00 a. m.
This line gives patrons an opportunity to
visit Hot Springs, South Dakota. Rlack
IIUls and Yellowstone Park, und It Is the
short line between Kansas City and Udena
by 2S5 miles, Rutte 31S miles, Spokane 471
miles, Seattle 110 miles and Tacoma lis
This Is the most marvelous scenic, route
and perhaps the most Interesting across
Round trip tickets to all Pacific cosst
points via this line.
For full Information address JI. C. Orr,
Burlington Route, Kansas City, Mo.
New bit epers tin tho Alton,
Beginning with April 1st, the Chicago A
Alton railroad will run two sleepers dally
In their "S.. Louis Limited" between Kan
sas City and St Louis. The two ne-w- sleep.
Ing curs assigned to this service are named
the "Majestic" and "Teutonic." after tha
two new- White Star line Atlantic ocean
steamers, Uach year brings something new
In the carbullder's art and with each Im
provement ne exclaim that surely nothing
more can be added. Viewing the new Alton
sleepers, with their large, toomy compart
ments, drawing rooms, and perfectly ap
pointed toilet rooms, one would ' i --!.u
the builder possessed the laino of A Mad In
toit s.w.i: iiy
JOIINSOX im0S Druggists,
1107 MAIN STKEET.
Out ut town orders filled.
WANTUD To purchase, a good second
hand mandolin; Harvvood preferred. It.
c. ii. sis CixaraL
, . . -f-.,- . uv.nk,Utttusv.
the-vote- dn; ,r,""-, ''c3ub:
VOU. flAI.K-ltCAL ESTATE.
HnAl'TlFt! modern, 8 room pressed
brick residence In elegant condition; bath
room, tub and marble wash standi hard
wood finish, sliding doors, handsome man.
tel nnd grate, with mirror and fine tiling.
Neighborhood Is choice nnd surroundings
cannot be better. Street l graded, curbed
nr.d paved Cltv water, fewer connection,
large ltcrn, fences, walks, outhouses,
eti. Here l a good JJiy) property thnt can
be bought for J.1.3.VI, on very easy terms.
Do not fall to Investigate, If you are look.
Ing for a genuine 189i bargain.
MKr!irATfr.S liKAl.TV CO
i-UiiWiliUlltiO llLlilLiL I jJ.f
ST. nnd SK Phcldley Bids.
IN MODERN HOMES.
Call nt Orflcp vtltb your wife nnd look nt
our genuine Id tif. bargains,
MECHANICS REALTY COMPANY,
nn nnd .1311 shrldtey llldg.
OAUVIN, on the Choctaw- railroad, offers
the llnest openings in tho West.
WANTUD Traveling salesmen to can.
vnrs the trade In Iowa, Indiana and Illi
nois for a No I selling nrtLlo ns a side
line; sells ltelf on sight. 20 per cent com
mission, samples free. Address the Ad
justable Shade Hanger Mfg. Co, Chamber
of Commerce bldg., Kansas City. Kas
ANTKP-Gool salesmen for household
artu les home complete, table, refrigerat
or, desk, work table. H W COOPP.R
ANT UP VWvi lvvcrker. one that is .a
pnble of bull ling light new wotk anl will.
Ing to do light and heavv reisilrlng. s-t.
Joe Htlgcy Compati). St Joseph. Mo
Ll'MHKR, "coal. iron, lead nnd asphalt
abound near Calvin Lots for sale cheap
WANTKIv-2 )oung men, light work,
per week. 9 West ith St., room 9.
and furnished rootn, KMij East 12th. cor.
Walnut. Tel. 1179. The bet place In K. C.
Mo., to find help or situations, male or
female; 14 years' experience. Ref. Omaha
Nat bank. Omaha: Cltiiens' bank. K. C.
THE "CANTON" has kept nil her prom
ises and engnces only for certainties. It
has distribute,! over a half million of dol
lars. The "Canton" provides for the re
turn of all the premiums for surrender vnl
ue after 20 years, and all the premiums
with the sum insured upon the death of
the Insured. Protect )our family. See A.
t-nadwUk. general agent the Canton Ma
sonic Mutual Benevolent Society 523-524
American Rank building Telephone 2150.
WANTUD Agent, can you visit stores
and how- our lgn printing machine to
merchant"' Write quick; tamp. Arc Co.,
SITUATIO.1 MTA-NTUD KUSIALK.
WANTED A widow- age 1 45 wishes sit
uation as housekeeper for widower or
i harce of rooming houe best of refer
ences. Address V. 779, Journal oil! e.
TO nCXT HOUSES.
TO RUNT Bv Cowherd Ilrm
1J20 K. Sth, 9 room modern 5.3.50.
2510 K Cth. 9 room. ) arl $25.
3eO Onl, S room brick. Jlx
T( HUNT IKIOIIS.
TO RENT Suite of 'wo nicely furnished
front rooms; south ar 3 east exposure; flrst
clas board. t"3 Portst
Tij R?;NT Four room tlat with closet
and bath. Ja. Cotter. 923 E 12th st.
ARI.LVC.TON 1IAU, N E Cor. lOtb and
Walnut. Apply to G E Schoellkorf,
PERSONAL Ladles only; "Tontc" Is
the oldest and only alwavs successful
painless and harmless bun developer nnd
restorer on the market; It will positively
enlarge the bust from three to live inches;
price two dollars p-r bottle; live dollars
full treatment; confidential circulars ?nd
testimonials free. Urs. II. T. Miller. 21
Qulno st . Chicago.
OOOD crops, cheap lots and rain can be
had at Calvin, I. T.
UR C L. MORRIS. 1106 Oak St., may be
consult' d on all affairs of life, busim ss
speculations, love, marriage dlvorte and
all matters pertaining to tht welfare of
the human race. j-ro medu al ixnmlnn.
tlons All letier& containing a btumn
MRS. L. JAMES, the well known clair
voyant and trance medium, may be con-sultt-l
at 1209 Grand ave.; parlors 29 and 40.
HAVE YOU a fine watch out of order7
Tak H to Abney, formerly with Jac
tard , 101 '4 Grand ave . cleaning 7 and 11
Jt we wat ties. II, main spring, 11.
IP OU want a good si-ak with the best
rup of Mocha and Java often In the city
go to M'CLINTOCK-S 'M Walnut.
JAMES HANNON the architect, has re.
turned business, with oillces Temple block.
IP you want tarlv
returns on Invest-
rnenth go to Calvin. I T
TJIU twenty. ninth animal half-rnto vn-
tlttlOIl ClaSSte. in nil Itmtictiea nt Rnnl.1
Ing's ('ommtreinl College, East Wing N. Y.
I.lfd Hllg lust commencing. Catalogues
fru-. 'i'l 1171 He sure to visit or address
this Colli ge befort, going elsewhere,
Spalding, A M Prest
THE Choctaw- lallroad now runs to Cal
WH want a young man In everv town i
Missouri, KaiiFas and Nebraska to handle
our win t Is (let our catalogue nnd prices
to agents. KANSAS CITY IHCYCLE CO..
1027 und 1029 llroadway. Kansas City. Mo.
LOST St. Rernard tloi- nnm i-nlnr uhh.
and tawny, 7 months old; large. Reward
to Under Dr. L. O Tuy lor, lt,13 East 9th
U. 'telephone No. 1795.
EC.NEW STORAGE COMPANY.
HAVE NEW and safe bulldintr for f.,.
nlture storage. Advances made; packtng
nipping none JOHN A, EAMES.
80S Walnut st. Tel. 1713,
SAFES opened and repaired, bought and
sold. Combination locks cleaned and
changed. U. HARRIGAN, Expert,
Telephone 12S4. 109 East Tenth it.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
PASTURE POR HORSES-Three dollars
per month; sent for and returned. Mark S
Salisbury. Independence. Mo.
POR BALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Part or all of a steam well
drilling outfit. 802 Mass. building.
THE Kansas City Metal Rooflnir nn,.
rugatlng Co., 416 Delaware. Tel. 13C9.
STRONG Walter Strong, at New Al
bany hotel, of inflammation of the bowels.
Funeral Thursday, Juno 6, at 3 p. m.
Services at the hotel and Interment at
Woodlawn cemetery, Kansas City, Kas.
Friends iaviurs, - - -
sjw. ! n.tJ linvd IO QQ LO EH
t. . ,. .
i j !-rsvLZTL-:
MONET TO LOAN.
FAftM LOANft Nr tfn. r-it In
MimouH and Kantaa; annual Interest pay
able at borrower's home bank: money
ready. Loans aluo for sale.
JAMH3 I. LOMIlAnn.
Oyer rirst National bank.
t AND 6 PBll CENT money on business,
residence and farm property; unusually fa
vorable terms. Apply to Homer Heed or
Theo Nash. 10W Broadway.op.Coates House.
Low INTERBST-KansM city loans;
improved property only. Call or address
J AM US h. LOMRARD,
Over Plrst National bank.
TO LOAN t,ong nnd short time money,
quick at Ion- rates. H.L JOHNSON CO ,
Telephone 1617 721 N. Y Life bldg
. CLOSHST scrutiny
Invited of Calvin,
, 1.00 WHUAT IS NOW ARSPRUD. Get
In on this rising market. Wheat Is bound
to go higher, Hverybody Is buying wheat.
Send for our Manual on trading in grain
nntl provisions; also Dally .Market Iltillctln,
advising what nnd when to buy. Hath,
free Stnncll &. Co . bankers nnd brokers,
IK Traders' bldg., Chicago, III,
WANTUD-Partner In old established
real estnte business. A young man, honest,
who has fnllh in Kansas City and willing
to work, can llnd a tine opening. Address
V. 679. Journal otlice
CALVIN l on the beautiful Canadian.
ClfAsOlv. TOWT",V JOHN HTOWC
President. Vice President,
U. L. HARRIS.
MltiLAND TRANSPKR CO.-Prelght
and baggage transferred to and from all
depots, furniture moved nnd packed by
experts. 07 nnd 40S) Wyandotte St., Kan.
sas City, Xlo. Telephone 1517,
IADIKS1 CdWicilcf't English Pennyroyal Pi'Ij
fPls-nt.nl tUtndl. nro the Bost. Sift, hflltk'..
TV. CSM-ff. S.nl !. mirr. l-T rrtlUrt, -H,l.f
- -V. . . i.TTBm rj- Kftiurn mni.
Cblchntcr cncmlcM Co., I'll
HKAIi i:TATn TIIAM'I3II.
NORMAN .v ROHURTSON. proprietors
of abstracts nnd examiner of land titles,
No. It-, East Sixth street, furnish dally tho
transfers of real estnte (lied In the record
er's olllce at Kansas Clt), Mo.
Notlcts All transfers appearing In our
dally reports contain covtnatits of general
warranty, unless otherwise Btnted.
P. It. Shepard to Kansas Cltv Stock
Yards Company; lot 11, block 11, De
pot addition 25,000
W. H. Plsher nnd wife to A. L.
Schnbocker: lots 22. 23 and 21, block
10, James Ooodln place 010
Sarah O. Smith to DcPorcst Smith;
lot S, block 2, Niagara place 1
C. P. Perrlgo and wife to H. A.
Peae; lot 105, South Windsor 1,500
A. K.Davis nnd wife to Anne O. Sib
ley: lot 2. block h. Lnf.iyettc place. 1
Minnie MlkeeH to Ozark Land Com
pany; north half of lots 25 and 26,
Lluena Vista 7,500
G P. Winter and wife to Margaret
Sage; lot IS, block 8, Hates' addi
G P. Mitchell and wife to Emma A.
Leonard, lot 17, block 3, Lucas
Rettle P. Turner to C. W. Holmes;
lot 1 block 3, Whipple's first addi
Grand Avenue Building Company to
Kansas City Relt Railway Compa
ny; part of the southeast quarter
of the northwest quarter of section
S, township 4a, range 33 5,000
Green Pros. Security Company to C.
W. Parsons; lot 12, block 1, Pins
bury park lrl
Same to same; lot 13, block 1, same.. lm
Same to same; lot 11, block 1, same.. 100
Thomas Stringer to R. C Menifee;
lots 19 nnd 2". block 2, Kenwood.. 1,200
Louisa Drlnkard to J E. Ii. McNall;
lots 15 and 16, Wllson-s subdivision 2,000
fPlrst publication. June 5th, 1ST..1
NOTICE OP TRPSTEE'S SALE Where
as, on April 17th, 1K9, John Torpey nnd
Lucena Torpey, his wife, made, executed
and delivered their deed of trust for the
Eurpose of securing the payment of one
ond for tho sum of $3,300, in said deed of
trust described, wherein they conveyed to
the undersigned, David II. littlen, trustee,
'he following described real estate, situ
ated In the county of Jackson and state of
Missouri, to-w-it. Lots numbered nineteen
(19), twenty-one (21) and twenty-three (2.1).
In St John A: Dawson's addition to the
city of Independence, Missouri, according
to the recorded plat thereof, together with
all the Improvements ond appurtenances
thereunto belonging, nnd w hoi ens, on the
17th day of April, U'9, at 1.50 o'clock p. lit ,
said deed of trust was duly recorded la
book 17.1, at page 2J-', of the records of said
.Lu kson county, at Independence, Mis
souri; and whereas, said deed of ttust pro
vides that upon non-payment of the debt
secured by said deed of trust by tho mak
ers thereof, the piopeity therein described
may be sold by the trustee for the put pose
of ralslnir the nionev tn nnv the debt there
by secured; and whereas, said Indebtedness
is now past uiie anu unpaici; now-, tnereiore,
public notice Is hereby itlv-cn thnt I, the
undersigned, David II. Ettlen, the trustee
named in said died of trust, under and by
virtue of -the authority vested In me by
said deed of trust, nt the request of the
owner of said bond, will ptooeed to sell the
above described leal estate, at public ven
due, to the highest bidder, for eas-h, at tho
east front door of the county court houe
of Jackson county, Missouri, nt Independ
ence the county seat of said county, being
the building In vvhbh -the clrmlt court i
held at Independence, on Thursday, the
27th day of June, A. D lS't,, between the
hours of 9 o'clock In the forenoon and 5
o'clock In the afternoon of said day, for the
purpose of raltdng the money to pay the
amount of such Indebteelr.css, with Interest
nnd taxes advanctd by the owner of said
bond, and costs of executing this trust
IM.V1D II UTTIHN, Trustee.
(Plrst publication June 5, lti5.i
NOTICE OP TRPSTEE-rf SALE-Where-ns,
on Octoher 20 H?S, J. Q A. King and
Fathn E King, his wife, made, execulttl
nnd delivered their deed of trust for the
purpose of securing the payment of their
bond for the sum of 13 7iwi tn said deed
ot trust described, wherein they conveyed
to the undersigned, David If Kttlen, trus
tee, the following d( scribed real estnte.
situated In tho county of Jackson and
state of .Missouri, to-wit. Lots numbered
nineteen (19) and twenty (20), of block No
twelve (12), of the resurvty of Pendleton
heights, an addition to the City of Kansas,
according to the recorded plat thereof,
together with all of tho Improvements
thereunto belonging; und whereas, on tho
20th day of October, 14, at 1:50 o'clock p.
m., said deed of trust was duly re-rordid
In book H 229, at page &, of the records
of said Jackson county, Missouri, and,
whereas, said deed of trust provldis that
upon non-payment of thu debt secured by
said deed of trust by the makers thereof,
the properly therein described miy bn
sold by the trustee for the purpose of
raiting the money to pay tho debt thereby
secured; and, where-as, said Indebtedness
Is now past duo and unpaid; now, there,
fore, public notice Is hereby given that I,
the undersigned, David II. Ettlen, tha
trustee named In said deed of trust, undtr
and by virtue of the authority vested in
me by said deed of trust, at the request
of ihe. owners of said hond, will proceed
to sell the above described real estate, ut
public vendue, to the highest bidder, for
e-ush, at the front door of the county court
house of Jackson county, Missouri, at In
dependence, the county seat of said county,
on Thursday, the 27th day of June, U95,
between the hours of 9 o'clock In the fore
noon and 5 o'clock In the afternoon of
said day. for the purpose of raising thu
money to pay the amount of suld Indebted
ness, with Interest and costs of executing
DAVID H. UTTIEN, Trustee.
EDWARD C. WRIGHT. Attorney.
TRUSTUU'b SALE Whereas.default has
been mode In the Payment of tne principal
and Interest of tt bond described in a. eer
tain deed of trust executed by Mary Mor
gun. tingle, to secure a part of the pur
chase price, of the real estate hereinafter
described, dated September 11th. 1&6, tiled
for record September 11th. 1ES8. In the oillca
of the recorder of deeds for Jackson coun
ty, Missouri, at Kansas City, and recorded
In book II 163, at page 314. public notice Is
hereby given that I will, pursuant to sold
deed of trust and at the reeiutst of thu
owner and legal holder of said bond, sell
to the highest bidder, for cash, at public
auction, ut the south front door of the
court house, the building In which the cir
cuit court of Jackson county Is appointed
to be held, (on Missouri avenue, between
Oak and Locust streets). In the City of
Kansas (now Kansas City), Jackson coun.
ty, Missouri, on Saturday. June 22d, 1M3.
between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 5
o'clock p. m. of that day. all of lots num.
ber twelve (12) and thirteen (13), in block
number six (6). "Maplewood," as the same
are marked and designated in the plat of
the same, filed and recorded In the office,
of the recorder of deeds for Jackson coun
ty, Missouri, for the purpose of satisfying
said Indebtedness and the cost of executing
oh) twLOAnDJNEJl LATH nop.
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UNION DEPOT TIME CARD
OMAHA, ST. I.OUK
HLMLIt, ST. PAUD
Chair CnfB Froo,
Ticket offices, f3Ml3
St and 1911 Union Ave
Address II, C. ORlt, A. a. P. A., Kansas
Instructions All trains oslly untes
marked: "x," except Sunday: s," Sunday
only: "x," except Saturday; " except
Monday: "I," Saturday only. First col
umn, leave: second column, arrive
HANNIDAL & ST. JOB R. R.-Uurllr.Rtoa
m. i Jloule.
Train". Leave. Arrive.
v;tc. Brookflcld ..... .xl.oo pm xlo SO nm
Atlanllo express ., 7 30am 8 2 pm
Chicago fast mall. Ell .... fi.M pm 8.S0am
II. & il. IL ., IN NURRASKA-lJurlliig.
nenver ,K. clx'p'r'
Lincoln, innings & lug-
ti ouu ii ......,...,,.,..l.flrl!m 7-K nm
-., ST. JOD & COItMOtt. Tlt.ttK-K'.H
OmnliA & 8L Paul fast
low'A nVne'.'.'.' it... .10:49 am 5-COpm
Omaha eP.nrJJ..' !s-m P" ,,0:ln m
All trainS rrf't"? 3.30 nm 1:45 pm
10-40 r. n mako avenwerth except ilia
CII1CAOO jjpcK ISLAND ft PACIFIC
Chicago mail . m "nlss;o,.r(,'5;v:r-.
Chicago llm teii'"-'""- 9:??.n.m !,:
si ivTni. X..i ,co ' 'twain u-.wi p
rJpvsTx!n?i,rt?y Mprr-M.... 10.00 am f. 00 p
a , .?,r.k J.1. mR 1:00 pm 7:00 oi
i otini.,. i'.?.' express.. b:oo pm
'll Z 2 e SL Lo."'" ex. 7:00 pm
..swu oj oeiiana p.a
Cofl-ovvlll,. x. '.""".." K".Vr
Corteyyllle Wichita .... osepm
f -,-.". s ,, tuniia .... icae pni t:.iinm
tSRiln Io,"l! l & Wichita, ens am 31:3ipm
JOpnn Texas eTnress..in..Vlnm .1:111 nm
jopnn & Texas express.... 7:00 pm 7:12 am
M'i''"- N.CIty ex.. litis pm
. . Jilting i-s
....... J1 (Ia.. ox
k. a. A; afS.Ti
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g'AwoiiW-.jM ex.... 6:55 pm 9:50am
nSA? 9.ITY NORTHWESTERN R. R.
;;.'! ,, ''catrtce ex .... ,:30om r.-45 pm
nirTtirV p . t irr
Ch cago ft at. Louis ex.... 9:00 am fi'SOptr.
Chicago .limited 6:00 pm R:45am
u-AMa LSO ex 8:45pm 7:15am
KANSAS CITlf, PORT SCOTT S: MEM
m .. PHIS.
Florida Fast Mall 10:30 am E:00pra
Harrlsonville & Clinton. .xl0:oo nm 5:00 pm
Deepvvater accom 5:25 pm 10:45 am.
Cherokee accom G:25pm 10:45 am
buburban passenger.. .. x6:00pm 7:55 am
J0.'i'.,J?:.New Orleans. ... 10:00 pm 7:06 am
MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS R'Y.
Texas mall 10:45 am 5:35 pm
Texas express 9:05 pm 7:25 am
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Pacific coast limited 9:30 am 6:00 pm
1?ZS1',V, Cal- " 7:20 pra 8:50am
ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE IVY.
Past of Missouri River.
Chicago limited 8:20 pm 8:3Cam
Columbian express 5:30 pm 1:30 pm
Atlantic express 6:30 am 6:30 pm
Fort Madlon local x7:50 am 10:30 pm
West of Missouri River.
Texas express s,:r. am 4:20 pm
So. Kas. passenger 9:10 am E:20 pm
Col. & Utuh 11m 9:00 am 8:00 nm
California llm 1:50 tn 6.00 pm
Mex. & Cal. express e.:00pm 6:10 am
iniporiu passenger ..
Panhandle express ...
Ok. & Dodge City ex
,.x4 :20 pm xll :20 am
.. 4:30 pm 9:40 am
.. 9:10 pm C:25am
.. 9.20 pm 6:45 am
Ornnil Central Depot, 2nd nntl Wyontlotto
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RAILWATi
Chi.. St. Paul Ar Minn 10:00 am 5.00 pm
St. J., Des M. & Chi 9.00 pm 7:15 am
St. J., Des M. & Chi 11:50pm
KANSAS CITY. OSCEOLA & SOUTHERN
Clinton & Osceola ex 5:00 pm 10:20 am
KANSAS CITY, PITTSBURG & GULF.
Pittsburg. Jop. & Neosho. 11:00 am 3:45 pm
Accommodation ... 9:00am 8:30 pm
Accommodation x7:00 pm xS-OOara
Leave Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days. Arrive Mondays, Wednesdays and,
Croud Ave. Depot, SSntl Street.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST. TAUL.
Chicago passenger 9:00nm 8:15 pm
Chllllcotbe express x'l.oOpm 10 r am
Excelsior Springs special s9.15 nm bS:l5 pm
KANSAS CITY &. INDEPENDENCE AIR
Depots Second and Wyandotte nnd Sec
ond and Walnut.
KANSAS CITY & INDEPENDENCE RAP
ID TRANSIT RAILWAY COMPANY.
Depots Fifteenth street station. Twelfth
street station. Ninth street station
The Depot Carriage and Baggap
seventh am) ukoadway,
FOR A CARRIAGE OR BAGOACE WAOON
.... Trompt nnd Reliable.
NO EXTRA ClIAKGl.s. I OUNKIIIT WORK
tale Michigan and Lake Superior Transportation
LAKE SUPERIOR STEAMERS.
THECREAT LAKE ROUTE.
Owd Itir .Xtrw hlt-t-l hUttin.hlit Muidtuu,
Sailings From Chicago.
For Macklniw IUnrt, Pitlt.lt. t lcelancl. nutrMo,
Toronto t tc , Hon 18 SI, 1 etk. S 1'. )1, Weil. &.S0 I', M,
)rl !' M, Hit K.V. SI
)or linrhor Kirlnirn, PetoFkev, CharleTolx, etct Moo.
MM. Wt.l 5 IIP M.Sat 0 A. )!
1-orSAiiltMtiMArltt, Marruifette lUncock, notlgliton,
Atltllnc! pulillli, etc i Tue-it. ami trl -Jl' M
lllu.tmtea THfinihlfti mallei! free on apparition.
'IflCt AMD 00C1S. BUiH and N. WATER SIS CHICA1"
Above Milling! lu rrTt-et itbout .Iiiut, l.ttu
TRl'STUU'S SALU-ny reason of default
In the payment of a certain promissory
note, and Interest thereon, described In tha
deed of trust dated thu 20th day of April,
IW. given by John M, Parkt r, a hlnglu
man, tiled for record In the otlice of tho
recorder of deeds of Juckson eounty, Mis
souri, at Kansas City, Missouri, on the 3d
day of May, WA. and thero recorded In
book 11 lo, at page 2W, I will, between tho
hours of nlno o'clock In the forenoon and
live o'clock In the afternoon, on Saturday,
the ISth day of June, 1KB, ut the south
front tloor of the statu circuit court house.
In Kansas City, Jat kson county, Missouri.
Mild court house l,eliig situated on tho
north side of Missouri avenue, between
Oak and locust streets. In said Kansas
City, at the runiest of the legal holder of
said note, sell, at publio vendue, to tha
highest bidder, for cash, all of lot num
bered nlnetetn (19), In block one (1), in s
C. Moody's subdivision, Kansas Plty'jaekJ
son county. Missouri, as the said lot Is
marked and designated on the recorded
plat thert-or. and upply thu proceeds of said
tale to the payment of the said promissory
note and overdue interest, secured by said
deed of trust, and the costs of uxetutlnt;
this trust. puVRR Jlt n TrU3,
May 21. 19j.
W, N. Pickard. Attorney,
the real estatt hereinafter described, dated
August Stb. JtoS, Hied for rtiord Keptemb.r
12th. Iti'J. in the ollico of the ricoitle? of
deeds for Jackson county, Missouri at
at page 42; publio notlc is hereby givt-tl
that I will, pursuant to said deed of trust
at the request of the owner and legal holl.
er of the bond, proceed to sell, and se 1 m
the highest bidder, for cash, at pTtbllo "en
due. at the west front dcor of the l'nii,.lf
States custom hoiue and iwstodlce building
in the City of Kansas (now Kansas PtVvv
Jackson county, Missouri, on SatunKv'
June 22.1 ISM between the hours of Y9
o clock in the forenoon and S o'clock i ,i
afternoon of that day. the real estate in
tald deed of trust descrlbe.1. situate in tlm
(jer Park," as said lots are inarked and
des cnaled on dm ni.t t iii..,'"l,..m
filed and recorded In the T olllce of the re'
cordt-r of deeds for Jackson county Mil
fourl. for the purpose of satisfy In i!,1?;
ndebtednens and the cost of "executing
tW4 trusu G-UIDINER LATHROP?
n w ""- Trusts'
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Den Col 's"2' ,? ' . Y" 10-'M "" '"" ""
lien ' cS l hJ.' , "sb'o.. 10.60 nm 5:21 pm
Wichita?'..'3!; W0" 2ss.-Sn',m h''JnrrJ
MnfSn,nM,s.,:A.liitic ".-Trains East.
Rt Tn,;i V V.t!,A,"ltlJAil LU.lllAJN r.
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ST i nVp- Mm. cx..xl0:00nm x(!:00pni V
ir' k'P'JJ: st- F. ex .. 8:33 pm 7:Wam V
iv.. L. & Chicago exnrcss.. C:2U nm B :20 am
nll.I. S bALI. h(rias,dcfault ha-j
lade in payment of principal and in.
of a bond described In ,i deed o?
t made uy neorge w. Warder (single)
ecura a part of tho i,urehn ..-itr .:i
LUUlill J1 UllLACUIl Ullll Mil lk Al III
to-wit: All of lots number one n tWo
three (3), and four (1), in block' numi ':
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