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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, VEDKECQ A. rflWK 1'.), 18J)5.
THE KANSAS CHAUTAUQUA,
it Mitt. Alt uiiiik or tiii: ciukat as
si:.miu.v is i"tixu-irti.
1-arj-e Attendance t'poif All Ihes MnMf,
anil ttir Meeting I'mmlne ti tie One
of the Most Snrrrtnt In llio
Ottawa, Kns . Juno 1 (Special ) Despite
flic mini jctinli afternoon nnl late
lat nlKlit the second tlnj of the aembty
opened with n bright ky nnd the sun
soon dried tho Rri nnd iefl the jiark
rlt the lirkhter and fresher (or the rnln.
The audloncp which gathered Inst night
for the openlm: exercises numbered fully
3,t-". Ijr Mllner, the president, mide it
few romirks and ppoke of. the past nnd
prtent of the nsucmhls nnd jit-onilned n
more Rucoeful meeting this yenr than
ever before t)f lturlbtit Introduced Mr.
Chorles I Mlze, of New Orlein, thn fo
prnno ololt of the nscmi)ly, who snnit
"The Carnival," by Molloy. This Drat np
penrm v of Mm. Mlie was greeted by
round of npplnUKP nnd ibe has a prospect
of n very successful poison befote her.
Mr. I". J KbbeK of Kansas, leclted Mae
nulos's "VlrRlnl" In excellent stsle. Potion
ln thee preliminary exercises Prank Cir
p titer, traveler nnd correspondent, In
troduced nnd delivered his tceture, "A
Thousand Mllea Into the lleirt of Chlnn,"
lllusetrnled with Ftoreoptleon vlews
This mornlnc the prnjer mectlti-j con
dueled lis Dr Hurlbut una held In the
Tabernicle "Whnt In It to lie a Chris
tian" was the topic considered, A very
(rood attendance w-,is had itt this first
mornlnc pnscr meeting.
"Pro-ltebrew Cnnn.in In the T.ljtht of
the Monuments" wns the subject of Pro
fessor Kent' lecture In the Hlbllcnl In
Htltuie thl' morning. Professor Kent Is
from the t'nlvorsltv of UIiIciiho nnd is
well llttel to conduct thce studtos. lie Is
a thorough scholar, n mnstcr of his sub
ject nnd .1 fluent sponkor. This depart
ment bids fair to bo more profitable thnn
ever Jnder his cite The history of
Cannnn from 3,tt0 H. I', ns It Is ree.iled
by tho motiumintu of Pc'ipt nnd the exca
vations In other pirts of tho surrounding
country was oloelv pictured
Tho chorus held Its second rehcarsnt with
cen n larger ottendinco thin esterdav,
nnd MIks lllshop opened her phslcat
culture department, llereifter only mem
bers of tho clns will bo expected.
"Our Messenger nnd Temperance I.lten
ture: Can the W. C. T. U. Do Successful
Work Without Them?' was the subject
of the W. C. T. IT. schools of methods,
which opened nt 9 o'clock with singing.
Scripture rending and prajcr. followed by
(in address bv Miss O. P. Ilray, of To
peka. Kas. Miss Uray said In n. temper
nnce lecture a lady mndo the statement
th it she considered the W. C. T. U. ladles
the "Crenm of tho church." Miss liny
did not quite ngroe wlt' that, as she
thought othir lailles who wore not mem
bers of the Vi'. C. T. U. were also doing
u good work In other lines, but she thought
tho V. C T V. ltdlos had the cream of tho
church work to do.
The Sunda school teichcrs' normal
class, conduced by Dr. Hurlbut, took up the
llrst of tho erle of studies In Old Testa
ment his tors. The lesson this morning
was "The lleglnnlng of Hlble History."
Six- prlnclp-il events were brought out In
the leson, ns follows: The deluge, disper
sion of tho races, rise of the empires, mi
gration of Abraham, Journcjs of tho patri
archs, sojourn In Ugpt,
the tlrt meeting of tho Women's Council
met In White hull, mid was presided over
bv .Mrs. Noble I'rentlss, superintendent of
the women's depaitment. Mrs. Prentls
made a few remarks, urging an women to
attend tho councils, to register at the coun
cil h ulqunrters tont, and Invited sill the
ladles lit tho camp to nttend their meetings.
Mr. Hill p Wll-on, of Hnvs t'ltv, Kas,
lead a papei upon "When Shill Our
DittKliters l.earn Housekeeping? ' She tm
phnslzed the ininoifince of girls having n
knowledge of honsekef ping, regretting that
the cooking schools wihlch are conducted In
the cities ennnot hive a. wider scope by
reaching the glils In the simller towns
nnd thought that It was the duty of
mothers to undertake this work. She also
thinks that It Is Important that girls
should learn housekeeping whether their
mothers epect them to be housekeepers
Mis Piouszner conducted tho first of
her primary teachers' el isses, taking up
the suhleot of "Dnvlronments of the Trl
maiy t'lnss Its Kffect T'pon hcholar,
Ti ichor nnd Trut,hs Taught." The lm
poitanco of piopei surroundings, such us
ventilation and tho necessary equipment
for pioptt teichliiff were brought out and
Tho morning lecture was delivered by
Miss Dorothv Ulsbop. of Chautauqua, N
V, on "Ileilth nnd Grace." .Miss Tilshop
Is the condi' tor of a DeLsart phscal
culluio olaf ad it was In reference to
this svstem ' ..it her lec'uro had to do.
Cirace, she h.ild, Is commonly tliousht to be
of no value to practical people, hut Is a
mere accomplishment for those who care
to cultivate It. On tlie contrary, she de
llnes gi ace ns economy of fone, and
ickwaidness as n waste of force Grace
ful movements conduct to health, and for
that reason should be cultivated. She savs
thnt by propel exercise tho elasticity of
the boilv can bo mnlntaluod at the ngo of
-10 ns It Is at the ago of Pi, and heirtlly In
iloi"es the sivlng of another that "It Is
lx-tter to be 70 ears joung than 40 ears
old " Corpulency, much dreaded by ninny
women, -.ho sns, enn bo nvolded by proper
exercise, especially such exercise ns
lulng tho muscles of the waist Into play.
Physical eulturlsts do not seek merely
muscular development, but seek to make
ever outwaul function of the body respond
and do tho will of the spirit within
This afternoon Dr. C. n, Mitchell, of
K insas Cltj, delivered his lecture on
"Was It an Accident.' or How to Oct
Ilov T, DeWItt Tnlmage. of New Voik
olts, has nrrlved and will lecture this even
ing on "My Journey Around the World."
nnd also to-morrow nfternoon, taking as
his subject "bchool for Scandal."
"XVI ION VI. PV AT MIOAI.TA.
A I.nrgx Atli nilanre at thn Missouri Chan.
tiniqim otwltliatmiilliig Italii) VVmtlier.
Sedalla, Mo , .Hum lS.-(Speclai.) "Nation
al dn" nt tho .Missouri state Chautauqua
brought out a splendid attendance, despite
the lain At !) o'clock Miss Mary McCul
loih talked an hour on "Kindergarten
oik." At 11 o'clock she delivered u
leeluro on ".Methods Kinplojed In tho Kln
ileigartcn " Piofessor Oeoigo J, D, Uur
lle, of Clinton, Introduced his class In
phjhltal culture nt 2 o'clock. Tho exer
cises worn ei-eKlng Interesting. At 3
u'elpck Miss .ICiilloch again lectured In
explanation of kindergarten iilijs. This
rve-nlng Dr. Mlilei lectured on 'The Strang
er at Our Gate," In which he referred to
the Immigration Jaws nnd recommended
'lhei assembly will ndjourn to-morrow, It
being editors' day. Among those booked
tor addrisses ar Congressman John I",
Trney. editor of the Hprlngtleld Ilepublle.in;
lion. D. It. Anthon). of the I.tnvenworth
limes, and Hon, C r, Cochran, of the St.
imini' iiijvis iiy wiitn.
Sprlnstleld. Ill, Juno 18 Governor Alt
Feld to-d ly Issued tt call for a .special ses.
i-lcm of (he geneiul assembly, 'ihe aebslon
will meet next Tuesday,
Topekn, Kas , June IS, (Special.) The.
stuto board of charities has chosen ex
btato Atehltect J, !. Haskell to superin
tend all building which will bo done under
eoutiol of that board
Jiombay. Jur.o js l.oni Colin Campbell,
fourth son of the Duko of ArgjH, a cap.
tain In tho Uambaj Hide Volunteer corps,
is dead at the nge of 43 jeurs, The tause
of his death was pneumonia.
Cedar Itnplds. Ja , Juno IS Mrs San
foid (illi. wife of a Well-to-do farmer
near Shellsbirff. polooued herself and threo
of her elilldten last night. She was known
to bo Insane. All four uro dead,
Milwaukee, Wis., June IS Ilrudle G,
fcehley, a prominent young attorney of this
)t. was found deud In his office, to-dty.
He had committed suicide with a revolver,
No cause is assigned for thu deed,
Atchison. Kas., June IS (Special) The
first drowning of the season in Atchison
occurred to-day, The victim was Tom
Davidson, eolored, 12 eurs old. He was
drowned In u pond north of town while
New Vork, June 18 rive trans-Atlantic
steamers which reached their pltra in
this eity to-day brought In tho aggregate
l.lill steeiage passengers. The Wcrra,
Which sailed from Naples, contributed 7o0
of these, the Alsatla, from Genoa, 464: the
I'uldu, from Bremen, 31;'. thu Frleslaud,
from Antwerp, 300, und the State of Ne
braska, from Glasgow, 59.
Sedalla, Mo, June IS (Special) Mrs.
A.nanda Bobbin, who eloped with Police
man Creasev, of thu Sedalla force, and
went with him to Gulnesvllle, Tex., a few
months ago. returned quietly three dais
ago. ostensible on a visit to her mother
Harly this morning Mrs. Ilobbltt ab
ducted her 5-i ear-oil daughter, Maud, -who
has been living with her father, and left
with her for Texas. The father is In
From the Greenville, N, C, ltelleetor.
The following Interview his Just been
given our reporter by Mr. O A. linker,
the overseer t the farm of Colonel Isirto
A. Sugg, of Ureehvllle, N. C It will Inter
est anyone who has ever hnd Tjphold fev
er .Mr. Baker slid, In ptrti
"t was living In llentifort county, nnd on
the 2d day of ivtober, lwt, I win stricken
doivn with tsphnl'l fever. I had tho best
h) Melon to nttend me nnd on the 15th
day of January, 13I, I wns allowed to Ret
up. I wns emnelnled, weak, nnd had no np
petite. 1 could onl) drig along for a short
distance nnd would be compelled to sit
down nnd rest This continued for some
lime, nnd 1 began to give up hope of ever
getting well. I Iot m position In Ile-vu-fort
counts, nnd having secured bne In
Pitt counts, clerking In n store, I under
took II, but was so weik t could not do
the work nnd hml to Rive It tip. The dl
cise settled In my knees, legs and feet. I
wns taking first one kind of medicine nnd
then ntiother, 'itit nothing did me any good.
t was mighty lo spirited. 1 moved out to
Colonel Sugg's about four or five months
ago nnd commenced taking Dr. Williams'
Pills. I look three a day for about three
month'. 1 began to regain my appetite In
n week's time, and then my weakness be
gin lo disappear, and hope sprung up with
n blessedness that Is lieynnd nil telling,
At the expiration of tho three months I
was entirely itircd and could tnke my nx
and go In the woods and do ns good n din's
work ns nny man, I wns troubled with
dvspopsln nnd thnt tins dlsnppenred, It Is
nlo a splendid tonle for weak people, I
sns-, Mr, ndltor, Ood bless Dr. Williams:
mny ho live for n long lime. I know he
will go up sonder to reap his reward for
he has done a wonderful lot of good. Tell
everybody thnt nsks you about Dr. Will
lams' Pink Pills for Palo People that
If the) wilt coma to me I can certnlnlv
satlsfs them ns to their merits. I nlunjs
c rry a box of pills with me, nnd whenever
I feel bad 1 take one." Wo were forcibly
struck with tho earnestness of Mr. Hiker
und his statement may be relied on.
Dr. Williams JMnk Pills contain, In a
condensed form, nil the elements necessary
to give new life nnd richness to tho blood
nnd restore shnttered nerves 'I hev nre nil
unf.illl.1g spetfllle for such dlspnses as loco
motor atnxln, partial pint sis, HI, Vitus'
dance, sclntlca, neuralgia, rheumatism,
nervous headache, the after erteots of la
grippe, palpitation of the heart, pale nnd
sallow romploxlons, all forms of weakness,
either In male or female, and nil diseases
resulting1 from vitiated humors In the
blood. Pink Pills are sold by nil dealers,
or will be sent postpnld on receipt of price
(V) cents a box, or six boxes for 2 50), by
nddresslng Dr. Williams' Mi-dlclnu Co ,
Schenectady, N. V.
Committee mi Orgnnlzntlon Holds ii Meet
ing and IMsrusM's n Constitution.
Thoims Jones, George W. Campbell, Hov.
J. Ij. Sow nil and S. A. Pierce, of the com
mittee appointed by the mass mooting
which met last Tuesday night to organize
a civic federation, to drnft a constitution
and effect other matters of org.inlzulon,
met last night In the parlors of the V. M.
C. A. The constitution of the Boston Mu
nicipal League, the .Milwaukee Cleic Ped
era'.lon and the Kndeivor Good Cltlrenshlp
League, with hendquarteis In Chlengo,
were read before the committee and nu
merous suggestions were received from
them to help In drafting the ni'w consti
tution for tho Kansas City Civic I'edern
tlon. No definite action was liken b the com
mltteo list night except to divide the work
of the federation Into four departments
the legislative, looking after city legisla
ture, and that part of the state legislature
which affects elt- Interests, the legal de
partment, looking aftei tho proper enforce
ment of all existing laws of the cits . the
sinltarv department, looking after matters
of health and eomfort of the clt , the
philanthropic department, looking after
all charities of tho cits'.
The- committee will meet agiln next
Tuosdav night nt tho Y. M C. A. parlors
to complete Its v.ork. Meinwhllo the con
stitutions of all the lending city federa
tions foi the promotion of good govern
ment throughout the countrv will have
been received and the constitution of tho
Kansas Clt Civic I'ederatlon will be pat
terned after tho best parts of all thse
The committee will report nt the mnss
meeting to be held for the purpose of com
pleting the organization of the federation
Thursday night, June 27, at the parlors of
the V. M C. A.
Dr. Ilriiiniiii'l ,loiirs In Speak.
piper a number of sub-toplcs hearing upon
the same subject will bo discussed. Dr.
Jones Is to take a letdlner pin In these
discussions Some of tho sub-topics will
be- "The Itelattve Progress of the Child,"
"Why tho Appirently Normnl Child Does
Not I.earn,"f "Tho Relation of .Mind lo
Matter in the Child," and tho like.
Salt to ltcmrr I unci.
Christine Klein nnd husbind have
brought suit to recover land deeded In
them In oxchnngo for Douglas counts,
Kas , land, llio petition filed In the Jnek
son county circuit court vesterdny Is di
rected against Annie D Taslor, who bis
a loan oillee In the American Bink build
ing, nnd John and Mary Curiam, who
owned the real estate In Douglas counts
Tho petition nlleires thtu u.hlt. tiia ih.
stract of title of the KnnHis real estate
was correct In thit It showed a cleir title
to the properts In John and Mars Cu
niiin, yet they did not sign the deed al
though that olllco wns performed bs i-onio
pei mhi or persons without the knowledge
of the owners of the land The suit Is
biought to hnve the deed conveslng tho
Kansas City property set nslde ns It was
obtained, It Is nlleged, by fraud The Kan
sas City properts, which Klein trailed for
tho Kansis land, was a lot In Karnes A.
Hts' addition to Kansas City, said to bo
etr hulls Hied.
2I3SS. James T, Cln) ton vs, John Schnei
2US7. Piank O Altmin vs. Trank Ogle,
biy et ala replevin.
2ms Christine Klein et nl vs. Annlo H.
Taslor et alj set aside deed
J'9 Carrlo Sobbe vs. William hobbe;
21390. Frederick A. Marsh vs South,
western Loan nnd Land Compnn- et ul;
21191. Kmll II. Van Ingen et al vs. A,
H. Bear; petition In Judgment.
Tho counts court met sesterdns-, dis.
approved the bill of T. V. Hsnn foi extra
work on tho Leo's Summit roail, and ad
A motion for a now trial In behalf of
.' . plaintiff in Smedles Darlington vs. the
Oakland Home Insurance company was
overruled in Judge Dobsou'K division of
the circuit court esterdas 'fliet terdlct
was for tie defendant.
The application of tho Martln-Perrln
company foi a receiver for the Kentucky
house, 1010 Union avenue, wns heard In
Judge Dabsou's division of the elroult
court sesterday and John Dlchenauei was
uppolnteel receiver. He will put a man In
to run the saloon until he can sell It.
Mrs. Morris Sloman bus uu eyu to the
household furniture and necordlngls ses
terday sought and secured an order In
Judge Dobsan's division of the circuit
eourt, lestralnine her husband from dis
posing of the household good! while the
divorce suit she has instituted against him
Prank G, Altman brought suit in replev
in in the circuit cmut sesterdav to re.
cover 597 pairs of shoes worth $1,500. The
goods were seized by n constable to sat.
Isfy a judgment against Albo Miller In
favor of Prank O0'lelaj, Altman claims
to own the shoes unci sesterday Sheriff
O'Neill, acting under the writ Issued In the
suit brought by Altman, seized the stock
of shoes from the constable and returned
them to Altman.
Carrie Sobbe has brought suit for di
vorce fiom William Sobbe In the circuit
court. This is the second suit brought by
Mis. Sobbe. the first appearing in Judge
Slover's division of the circuit court.
Judge Slover Induced them to forget their
differences and live together, but twa
seurs finds Mrs. Sobbe again In the court
wanting legal separation from Mr, Sobbe,
She alleges that he abused her. Sobbe
owned an Interest In the grocery at 409
East Fifteenth street.
In Judge Pobson's division of the circuit
court an order was lsud yesterdav tern,
porarils restraining John Schneider, who
keeps a green house at fifteenth and Hu.
cltd, from replacing the metal smokestack
on his greenhouse with a brick stack.
The injunction was issued at the Instance
of James T. Clayton, who lives at 1509
Kuclld. Clayton alleges that the smoke
stack is very near to his residence and
that It has greatly injured his house, hence
the suit. The hearing for a permanent In
junction will be had next Thursday In
judge Henry's ilyUloa of the. circuit court, J
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
Tlll'lti: Attt: MN OOOIH'ATTt.i: MIIV
COMIMO TO litis Vt.VItKI'.T.
Ireelers lime I rnrneel let I'lttlrn their Cot
tle Mil limit t'slieg (eirn-the supply
of t.iittlo niul "hcrp 11ns Ih"
rrrnsril In I nglnnel.
The per cent of good c.iMIe licT os
terdny wns largo. The olTorltiRs nre now
ns Rood ns pver veil, even tlurltifr the
hlK crop jours. The scarcity of corn the
past jeivr him tnuglit the feeder the
vnlue nt ninny substitutes for tlml Krnln
thnt In pat Sears wns considered the
only rcllnlile cnttlt feed. Thnt the me
taking advantage of this lvcrntlv uc
quired Infurmntlon Ii ovldetieed by the
Keod condition of both cattle nnd lioirs
tiovv ooniltur lo market We li.Uo Just
passed through the worst drouth sear
over known nnd nil kinds of fe-ed stuffs
have been lilgli, yet Knns-is City never
rtcelve'd n Inrger per cent of good e'nt
1 1- and hogs In Its receipts than now
In llnglnml, ns welt an In (he Vnlted
States, ilieic hns been a falllnti ulf In
the supply of cuttle and sheep the pnst
few .venrs. The IaiiiiIoii Ment Trade's
Journal s.is Wo kIvo below the latest
live tocl returns
R1I 1113, ll
Cattle.. 10,7.i.7. II 7.Ki lt.Ms.117
.Sheep 10 037.S11 31,771.1 BMJW
Hogs.. , .1,7.I,0II 3,:;s,030 32i.,S''S
In 1S9I the number of cattle In the
United Kingdom was I2fi,7f,s fewer than
In 111, nnd G1S.W1 fewer than In 1V-'
In l9 the- proportion of young- rnttle
lo each 1,000 poisons wan 111, In I'tl It
was 123. and In lsi2, 12S The fact that
for each 1,000 poisons there ale II cattle
fewer thnn tlieic were two sears ngo,
mas well mnk" us ponder whether tln
present prohibitive or piotectivo policy
Is tho proper one.
There vveie a hutnlier of fine entile
here yesterdns Colonel Jaini-i II.
Wllllnms, of Coming, Kn.. led the
pioeesslon with twenty grade Khoit
horns, 2 venrs old ptst, thnt would have
attracted attention in ntiv ni.irKei. i nev
were sleek, well fatted and smooth They
nveiiiKed only l,3S poiimls but were
well llnlshed. They weie sold by
Scruggs. Ilnll & Co.. at .1.7:,, the highest
price of the day. They went lo Swift
Another handsome bunch was brought
In bv that veteran feedet, M holt, of
Haines. Kns Thine vvele 12 Hte rH 111
this lot and they avernged 1.131 pound
nnd were fnncy beeves. The- weie
fed live months on corn and rotnme-al
nnd made a gain of about -100 pounds In
Hint time. They -were sold by Patterson,
Keeney .fc Hi an at $3 0". The vvete
taken by Hastman for the export trnde-.
,T. W. Itussell, Sharp, Ka , had In
cattle and hogs sesterdav.
T. A. Ilatlleld, Valley Palls, Kns , got
feeders here sesterdns'.
L. D. Miller, Pnoln, Kns , came In
with hogs sestet day
H. A. Webb. Pollock, Mo, was hero
after feeders c"terdn.
11. C. Piirrnr. Ilolden, Mo, was In e
teielav with sheep.
Stephens & Pioctor, Brajmer, Mo,
came In with hogs vosterdns
G. W. rishbaek. Nnpoleoil. Mo., was
bete yesterday with some good light
P. T Booth. Houston, Tex, was up
vesinrilnv with cattle
W. D. Wells. Assarln. Kis , wns nt
the satds sestetd.iy with cattle and
A. i: Wright, of Cain & Wright. Iota.
Kas, had In cattle ami hogs cste Ida
It. P. Now ell, Collins, Mo, came in
yesterday with hogs
W. W. Sanders, Burlington, Kns, was
nt the sards with somo good steers
A. H. IMwnids, Lebo, Kas, was In
yesterdav with cattle nnd hogs-
.loo HosMllon. Olpe, Kas , cntno in
jestordny vvitti cattle nnd hogs
D C. Alien, Saffoiilsvllle. Kas, had
ill cattle and hogs sesteidas
It. L Manuel, Pali pi is. Mo, was here
with sheep vesti'idav
0111111". Love, Port Scott, Kns, was
on tho vards sesteidas with cattle
D A. Mable-. Croon, Kas, was In ses
tet dav with cattle.
A T. Wyatt. Aelilan, Mo, had In cat
tle nnd hogs yovtei day
G M Movvoll, Low iv Clt-, Mo, came
In sesterdns with hogs
A M Chiimheis, Chllhowee, Mo, wns
nt the yards sesterdns with hogs.
miMMI-IIOSlOX AMI Itl.llUtN-S10.no.
(Hica.o & JJlton ft. ft.
Tickets will be sold tills 5 to S, Inclu
sive, ami iro good to return iinti August
t, On Juls t sleeping e irs will lenvo
Kansas Cits at P m .running tbiough
to Boston, vli Niacin Palls Positively
no clmnL'o of cars
Berths can now be reserved nt Grand
Junction ticket olllce oi bs ac!lI1p,(n;!j'
General Agent, Passenger Department.
r.tainiiiid Vlurblo mid tiling.
The lecent trip to Chicago anil St. Louis
maihi bs Architects W P Hackney and
Adrlance Van Brunt was for the impose
of examining1 different Valletta) of mirble
and lire in oof tiling for tho new public
llbrnrv 'I lies also made c ireful examina
tion of the different stsles of shelving In
voguee In the Chicago libraries 'Ihey were
spielalls commissioned by the bo ml of
education to look up these nubjects They
calleil upon and questioned mveial of tho
leading an hltects of Chicago notably
Messrs. Jeiiues, Adler ,v Sullivan ntid llol
nblid t Boche In St Louis thes visited
a tlnn of terra cottii niiniirni'iuruti unu
studied the mateilils Usui In the construc
tion of several of tho public buildings In
clde malls Mr. Van Blunt made use uf bis
opportunities to studs the park and boule
vaiel ssstems of both cities Had not their
time been llmlteel tins would hive gone to
the Hast niul studied tho nubile llbrai Irs
of Boston, New Vork and Phllnlclphli,
It Is possible they may do so later, ns the
boaid of education Is vers anxious to havo
them bilng to tho Kmsas Cits library all
tint has been found of service la other
cities of the countrs.
Ilediiieil Bute's lei II iltlineirr.
On account of the meeting of the Bap
tist toung People's Union, nt II iltlmore,
July 11 to 21, the B K O. It, 11 Co will
pi ice on silo at nil ticket stations on Its
lines west of the Ohio river, excursion
tickets at ouo tare far thu loutiel trip.
These tickets will bo sold July Id and 17,
vnllil foi letiun passage until AiiMist 5
The rule from Chicago will bo 117.50 nml
propottlouatels low rates from other
points. Tickets will also be placed on hale
ut all coupon nlllees west of Chicago,
Whatevei point sou start fiom be sum
sour ticket reads via B. .V O. In addl.
tlon to the hlstoilc eottutry through which
the B, ,1 O. runs, the B .V, O, Is (he only
line from Chicago to Baltimore running via
Washington, a double dalls'.servlco of fast
eiipiess trains iuii between the West and
Por full particulars address L S. Allen,
A, G. P, A., Grund Central station, Chi
cago, Kntts to llcxteiu,
The B, d O, It. II Co will sell round
trip tickets from all points on Its lines
west of the Ohio liver, to Boston and re
turn, for all trains July 5 to 9. inclusive,
vallel for return passage until Juls ii,
with privilege of an additional extension
until July 31 if desired, 'tickets will also
bo placed on sale at alt prominent points
In the North and Noithwest, The rato
from Chicago will be $.'.', and coirespond.
ingly low rates from other points.
A double dally service of fast express
trains is maintained from Chicago to all
points In the Kast. Tourists will bear In
mlud that all H &. O trains between the
Kast and West run via Washington. Por
full particulars write L. S. Allen, A. G.
P, Agent, Chlcugo.
leu Aero Tract Purchased,
yesterday P. II. Madden puichascd the
ten acre tract bounded by L'leventu and
Twelfth streets und Agnes and Chestnut
avenues, for $50,000. Tho sellers weio Mrs.
Mary C btevvart and Patterson Stewurt.
The tract has been platted as Stewart's
third addition and Is now upon the muiket.
Eleven lots were sold before even the deeds
which closed the puichase were passed.
Through tars tu Boston.
Your wife and family will not have to
change cars between here and Boston If
you take Chicago & Alton railroad July 6.
Positively no. chause of car
OT1AWA CH.UlTAt (JtA ASKMItl.V.
(Itinera, Kns,, ililnr llh In BRtb Inclu
sive This will be the seventeenth minus! es.
slon.nml the programme will be heller thnn
ever. Special feature cverv day Juno M
I Grand Army day, nnd Governor McKln
ley, of Ohio, will be the speaker of tho
dny. June 27 Is Children's elns A pro
gramme of special music, nlo of special
amusement bs Mr Prank lleird and oth
ers, will be given. Vers low speclil rales
have been tiiimtcl by the Hnntn Po ltouto
for this occasion, and special trains will bo
Call nt Snntn To Itoute ticket oftlces.
northeast comer Tenth nnd Main streets,
1050 Union nvenue, or t'nlon depot,
1,(10-OT1AV4A AMI ltl.1t IIN-l,00.
MrKlilIrt tiny, .tune 3111b,
This Is O A II dny nt Ihe Oltnwi Chiu.
tiuiiim Assembls ami Governor MrKinley,
of Ohio, will be the speaker of the dav,
HpeeHI trnln will leave Knnsn City Thuts
dn, June 20, at S 10 n m, on the Smtn,
Pc itoute, returning trnln will leive Otta
wa nt n P. in
SANTA t'H IlOt'TH ticket ofllers north
cist corner Tenth niul Miln streets, 1050
Union avenue and Vnlun depol.
seiiiimnr In the Alii glii'iiles.
Tourist llokels to Cresson ami Bedford
Springs vli SI Louis over Vandllln-lvnii-sslvnnla
Lines will be nlel b mtmeitlng
i.illwns in West ind Southwest eliitlng
seion commencing June I 'through trains
from HI Louis to Cresson over this short
route to retreats In the AllcKhetiles,
509 Chestnut st , St. Iritis, for demit.
MAMI'.H-MAI.i: II lit. P.
WANTBD A voung man or wotinii who
will give us n few minutes of their time
each day In exchange for a three mouth'
course In bookkeeping. Address too.
JC0 to $171 SALABV paid mil smell for
cigars, experience not iie,c,"snr , extra In
ducements to customers. Bishop A. Kline,
St iouls, Mo
WANTDD Two soung men, J12 per week.
Claike, 9 West f.th st room i
WANTBD .1 live men, light work, good
wages, 1,1:1 Main st , room 2
VATnn i'i:mai.i: iini.p.
WANTBD White girl for general house
work 3107 l:nl 9th st.
M I ItATIO.N AM l'll-ll ALB.
WANTP.D Position by man In private
famils to take care of hores and work
around the house; not afraid of work
Albert Birnctt, US S. 1st st , Armourdale,
WANTDD A position bv experlencul
soung dentlt, graduate, highest refer
ences; no udvoitMng: pie for Southern lo
citlon. Address W E9J. Journnl olllce
KMl'l OVJII.N r AOI'.M'lt s.
C A N A D 1 A NEMLylBNTOPFllCB ,
nnd furnished rooms, 101'i Bast 12th. cor.
Wslnut. Tel. 1179 The best place In K. C
Mo , to find help or situations, male or
female: 11 sears' experience lief. Omeha
Nnt bank Omiha: Cltlrens bank. K C.
w a rrn-AorMs.
BVBBV min with iinsone dependent on
him should hive his life Insured Be wise In
time1, whilst good health nnd opportunity
remain, and before dlsnbllltv or liicieioeel
age mill de bnr v on 'I he CAN TON MASiUN
1C M1'1 UAL BBNBVOLn.NT HOClI'.rV of
fers Inducements that no other eonipins
does All premiums paid b ick at death
Losses p lid promptly and In full Both sexes
Insured at same rates. Call or write A.
Chiiclvvlek. General Agent, f.ii Amorlein
Bank building Agents wanted In Missouri.
WANTED Agents New w ill map Ignit
ed States mil world, six feet long Ele
gant, boiiitlful colors. No experience
needed You ennnot make mones easier
Send fc for sample or write Band, Mc
Nails A- Co , Chicago.
WANTED Agent Simples free.
Shoop. 3211 Grind ave '
Itental Agent .since JSSO
UU New E-igl mil building
1717 Eist 11th st. room house. l"
le'ix JelTerson st. S room brick J.'-'
Ill i 'lioost ave 10 rooms modern, $30
'07 Pnst l.'th st , s room brick, 41",
111! Harrison si, S rootnn, modern, $10
II rooms nt 1S15 Grand ave , $il
fiH Independenee ave, large store, $r,
lSlI Gi mil ave, large htoiu, $15
TO BENT Piirnllieel house for Julv nnd
August, re ferenee if quired IJ.'O Troost ave.
TO Itl.NT BOOM.
TO BENT Suite of two large nlcels fur
nished front rooms, south nnd eist expo1,
uie, first-class board W0 Porest
'IO BENT Pour ronm Hit with clout
and bath Jus Cotter 921 E 12th st Tel 519
to ltr.M him ri.i.vM.oiw.
Aitl".TJ ,To 5v BaIxTn B Tor 101b and
Walnut. Apply to C K Schoellkopf
bs Investing In wheat now When full ex
tent of damage to all crops becomes
known, wheat will go up lo $1 uu and moie
Smill Investors can safely mike splendid
profits now. Write to-das for Manual on
huccessful Speculation and Dills Market
Letter, both free, to 'I nomas .t. Co, bank
ers and brokeis, 253 Bialto bldg , Chicago,
BUSINESS CHANCE Make big money
by Investing in wheat now When full ex
tent of dninigei to all crops becomes known
ulic.it will go up to $100 nml more. Sin ill
Investors can safely rrnke splendid protlls
now, Wrlto to-day for manual on success
ful speculation and d illy market letter,
both fieo. to Thomas S. Co, Binkfrs and
Brokers, 233 Itlalto bldg , Chicago, 111.
BUSINESS CHANCE-An active, lush
ing man, with $500, to engage In a part
nership with it manufacturing house-, t is.
tabllsh and control sub-ngents. Business
Urgo anil profitable Address Manufactur.
er. box 7s. Baltimore Md.
ADVICE that brings success Dr, Morris
answers ull questions Involving thee affair
of the he-uit, InulrubS and domestic life,
nnd of loved ones far and near Don't fall
to call If sou are In trouble, nuj Oak st
MBS. L. JAMES, the well known clalr
vosant and trance medium, may be con
ultei at 1209 Grand ave.: parlors 33 and -10.
Tlt.7tSri:i t'OHl'ANII s.
CHAb. K. lOWT, JOHN H. TOWT,
Preldent. Vice President.
E. L. HARRIS.
MIDLAND TRANSFER CO -Freight
and baggage transferred to and from all
depots. Furniture moved and packed by
experts. 407 and 409 Wyandotte St., Kan
sas City. Mo Telephone 1517.
W'B want a joung man In every town In
Missouri. Kansas and Nebraska to handle
our wheels Get our catalogue and prlcei
to agents. KANSAS CITY BICYCLE CO .
1027 and 1029 Broadway. Kansas City. Mo
rNi:w si nit aw. company,
HAVE NEW and safe building for fur
niture storage. Advances made; packing
and shipping done. JOHN A. KAMCS.
603 Walnut st. Tel. 1713. Manager.
LOST A babv's shawl with blue nlu In
It. Return to this oitlce or 100S E. 14th tt.
SAFES opened and repaired, bought and
told. Combination locks cleaned and
changed. 11. IIARRIGAN, Expert,
Telephone 12SI 109 East Tenth st.
HOHbr'b ANI VnlHCl.ES.
er month; sent for and returned. Mark S.
allsbury. Independence. Mo.
THE Kansas City Metal Roofing & Cor
ritttii Co.. m DtlawftfC. tiiu.
rtm Ai.t:-iti:t, i:stmb.
AT A BARGAIN fO1 ALL CASH
OR ON EASY TERMS.
A 320 acre st tc firm on the line of Ihe
Port Seott ,x (" ilf rnilrnid 39 miles from
Knnsis Cltv, Mo 1 mile from Poll
Kns, and I mlb from llllldile W
This farm Is mo-tK biltotn I in I, nb ml .'i
neres under i ultlv ition, bilnme tlml r
pisture all tui' 'ii aires e in be tnn I,
idow Inn I Bull iicek runs through It
Iheie nre also x wells nnil elli'rn nnd
several springs or gool rlenr wnlrr laim
Is fenced ml i tns fe-m e 1. barbed wlr
le boards thiR liebl) Good S room frame
house In vtrs fair condition, barns, corn
irlbs, hug pens, eu Price, $30 pot acre, all
cash, or MR per acre on time, Por fur
ther pnrtlcnlnrs address II V Use, room
C. Heals building, 'Uh nnd W'ssnlot'e sts
care of D Ellison . Sons, or Woodson
Masters, t5q , Pnoln, Ka.
VHP MIGHT BEAU nil's'
The owner of a !M ncri- fruit farm de
sites in,- to sell It for htm II Is within a
tndlus of fi miles of nth nn I Main sts, In
.tin kson countv, hriu n rallroml t itlon.
There are apples penrs, ie.ie lies, plums,
cherries, aptleots grape's, si raw berries,
hliiekberrle, uispberilos goose berries, , ur
tnnts. asiartiKus. ihubarb horse nnll'li
nil growing and ln-arlliR He wants $7 VJ0
for till place, if he ilon I Bill It till star,
next senr It will be wottli $10000, nnd the
S-enr fallowing It will sell foi tl'iflon. Mr
the fruit l getllni; be-'tei overs sear lie
will sell nlmut Jl con worth of fruit this
Sear It will soon ps for Itself
S"0 me for e h"np roslelene es
Nice HO foot lots $.ii wie h, ip-ir car line
s mips on Ptnspc, t nvi crcat birpaln
(bole" , heap lots siuth and east
Sec me for bnignlns and ex haugos.
Moue to loin on nal etnte
P A I'JtEDP.tttCK.
110 N V Life tiletic.
.MOM V IO I O.W,
PAII.M LOAN'S Sent K'iiin r.m. In
Missouri nnd Knnns, annual Interest pa
nbl ut borrower's home bank, mumy
reads. Loans hIfq for sale
JAMEt I, LOMBARD.
Over I'lrst National bink
f AM) G l'EB e E.M money on ijiiI!hs
residence nnd farm property, imusiinlls fi
vorable terms Appls to Homer Reed or
1 hi-o Nash, inef Brn.ielwi.oi Cnitcs Hiiiise'
LOW IMLRL.il KnhMs Clt loans,
improved properts mil Call or address
JAMES I. LOMBARD
Over I'lrst Nnlleiml Intik
TO LOAN Long nnd short time money,
quick at ln rates II 1. IGIIN'ioN Vz t'ei
T.'leiihnn in; 721 V l.lf, bleli-
J P ICEN'Mt'llt foi the mst "I ,uru lie
Kansas Cltv. has given neloiml itteiitton
to icpilrlng lln watehc and clocks
Charges rensoiinble N'ee C
st , lie! Main niul Wnbiut
IP 'VOIJ wain n (fond "teak with the Pest
cup of Mochi and Jim ceilfee In tho clty
go to M'CLIN KICK S "10 Walnut
JAMES BANNON the irchltect has r.
sinned l)iisliies, with olllccs 'temple block
mm, irvi ij tra.spi:hh.
N'OBVIAN .V Itiiltl.ltlSijN, iwopiictoM
of abstracts mid eximlurs of land title's
No 10 Eist Sixth sin, i, furnish dulls tho
InuiHfeis of re il etili tiled In the record
ers olllce nt KensiH Clt, Mo
Notice All truii-tirs .ipp, ulng In our
dally reports contain cove units of general
wairanlv unless otherwise st itod
J II S isles to Emm i C Gllwee;
lots ."J nnd 30 block 1 Vnneler-ve-nter
William II. Drown to P S Brown,
Jr . uiicIIvIIkI Ii ilf or lots i ami 0,
blink I, I'acllk dace, and lot 1.',
block J, Dundee pall; ... .
J. 11 Ciimmlngs and wife to A I
Mebl lot (1, reMirves of O. C
Div's addition .
n Nelson and wife to A Sclivvirz,
lot 1.1, bloc k I" in lerbllt iil.icc .
PR! SI'EI S DELDS
H Rose lo L S Lleb-rman, north
II reel of lot 21, llout Avelillo
heights . . .
I) S pnttii"oii and wlf.' to J L.
Pols mi lot If. block Wlullell
i,r.e.t. Mil H i'.s.
(I'lrst mibllcatlan June i.ih IMj.)
NOIICEOP ritL'SfEEh SALE Where
a on .Viirll 17th lbv. John lorpes and
Luceua Torpe'V tils wife, mile executed
and delivered their deed of trut for the
purpose of securing the pas mint of one
bond for the sum of $1,300, in t ild deed of
trust described, wherein tin's conveyed lo
the- undersigned, DiNiel II Dltlen, trustee,
the following described re il est ite, situ
ated In the counts of Jickson und stite of
Missouri to wit LotH numbered nineteen
(19) twents-one (.'!) and twents-thrce (.Ml,
In St John it Diwson's addition to the
city of Indepenilenee, Missouri according
to the recorde I plat thereof, together with
nil the Improvements and appurtenances
thereunto belonging, and whereas on the
17th ell of April, 1S5J nt 4 30 oilock p m
slid deed of trust was dills recorded In
book 173, at pige 232. of lhe records of slid
Jackson count at Indepencb me Mis
souri, nnd wheieis. Hill deed of trust pro.
vbles that upon nonpisnient of the debt
secured by snld deed of tuist b thi milk
ers thereof, the properts therein described
mns b sob! b the trustee for the purpose
of raiding the money to pas the debt there
bs seeured, nnd wherens, said Indebtedness
Is now fust due and unpild, now therefore,
oiibllc notice Is herein given lb it I. the
undersigned David II Ettlen, tho trustee
named In s ild deed of trust, under und by
virtue of the authority vested In me bs
salil deed of trust, at thu request of the
owner of sitd bond, will proceed to sell thn
above descillied real estate nt public ven
due, to the hlUust bidder, for cash, at tho
east fi out door of th.- counts court lion.-,'
of Juckson county, Missouri, nt Independ
ence, the county sent of said counts, being
the building In which the circuit court Is
held nt Independence, on 'Ihiirsd is, tho
27th das of June. A D. 1S91. between the
hours of 9 o'clock In tne forenoon and 5
o'clock In the afternoon of said ills, for the
purpose of raising the money tu pus tho
amount of such Indebtedness, with Intel et
and taxes advanced by the owner of said
bond, and costs of cxeciilln,- this trust
DAVID II P.TT1EN' Trustee
SEALED BIDS POR SCHOOL TUNDH
In aceurdaucu with tho piovisioii!, of an
act of tho general usse inbls of the) state of
Missouri, entitled "An act to repeal ar
ticle 3 of chapter 141 of tho Revised Stat
utes of Missouri of ISs.i. said article being
entitled urgatilatlon of oehool dNtrlcts In
rltleo of over one hundred thousand nnd
less than three hundred thousind Inhabi
tants.' und to enact In lieu thereof a new
article providing fur tho orginlzatlon ami
government of school districts In cities of
over 0110 hundred thousand and I, s than
tinea hundred thousand inhabitants," ap
proved March 31st, U.'J, fealecl bids will bo
received by thu bond of dlreclois of the
school district of Kansas (.'Its, Jackson
counts', Missouri, up to 12 o'clock nuuti of
Mondns, the fcth clay of Juls, A D 195,
fiom ans bulking corporation, association
or Individual banket lit said school district
that may desire to b selected as tho de
positors of the mones and funds of md
school district. Each bid or proposii must
btato the rate of Interest that the banking
corporation, association or Individual bank
er miking It. otteis to pay on tho funds
and mones a of snld school district for thu
term of two sears next ensuing tho dam
of said bid Hieh bid must bo nccoiunoniid
bs a cheek lu favor of (he hchool illotrlu
on somo solvent bank In said dutrti t duls
eertllled In the sum of twents-llvn hun
dred dollars as a Guaranty of gooil faith
on the inrt of tho bidder, and that If his
bid shall bo the highest he will enter Into
tho bond provided by livv. AH bills re.
celved will be publicly opened, at the hour
named, at the ptllco of tho boird 'Ihe
board reserves tho right to reject any and
nil bids. The interest to be ji.ua upon suid
funds und mones will be compuu 1 upon
the dalls balances to the ereellt of the
sehool dlsttlct with said depositors, an I
will be pas able to the treasurer of tho
school district on tho first day of each
month. Further Information mas he ob
tained at the ollb e of the board, corner
llgnin Uim creu .ni-a,
R I. YEAGER, I'resllent.
W. E BENSON. Secretins
NOTICE TO blOCKIIOLDBItS. Vnii, ..
Is hereby given that a special meeting of 1
tho stockholders pf the Mutual Home and
savings Associauon win ue new ut thu
uillco uf tho company on the '7ih das of
June, l!95. at 9 o'clock u. m., for tho pur
pose of voting upon the proposition of pro.
vidlng for the transaction und future busi
ness of the company undei the juoil&loos
of an uct ot the leglslatuie. entitle 1 "An
act to lepeul article 9. of chaptei 4.'. of the
Revised btatute of Mlssouil, lb!s9, comero
1ns mutual savings, fund, loan and building
associations, und to enact a new statute lu
lieu thereof, tu piovldo for tho organiza
tion and Iticotporatton of mutual savings,
fund, loan uud building associations und the
management and conduct of tho business
theieof, also, to jirovldo upon what condi
tion foreign ustotlutlons of llko character
may do business In this btute, and for
other iiurposes," approved April ,'Oth. U9,
und for the transaction of uch other busi
ness us muy legalls be brought before the
meeting THEODORE S CASE, President.
P. MTr-BXtBE. Sscrstarjt.
I.EUU, MVIK Es.
. U.'irst publlcntlon June ;th I"".),
KnMci: f ritrfsTnni sr t whore.
n, on Jnnusrs Slth.PW, CI srl f I niKlnrty
nnd Isabella DoitBherts, lit- w fe mile,
executed and delivered the 1 1 I of trust
for (he purpose of pt -urn r th' pnstmnt
of one bond for the sum or 's u m sail
ded of trust described wh 1 m the) ion
veed to the underslrne luvii II Et
tlen. trustee. Ihe following les rbrd.rnl
etite. situated In the ml of Ja kon
Rtt.l .Crttn ..P e,..H.fc, ( i .... .1 n-
lot of grnimd'tivo liundr ,1 m I llfteei CI )
rret in nieiih. nnd runnitif I! entir Ii-hlH
linrili and spitlh. ofT Ihe wr-t ml of tint
four acre tract of litid sittut I In tho city
of Independence, nnd d ut i felloiv
That n, the north hilf of lb, west one
miru or n certain menu rnur uo n,r
tract nf land hjne south of ind aljolnmg
thr addition insets b Thomas lb rgs to S1I I
,iej cm icieirprn iriie r, cent a n
ani Norrl"' ndilltlon. the four (I) acre
tract herein described Ivim? bounded nn
the saulh bv Short treit on the east bv
Innd sold bs John W Pern to one Rob
inson, W nlnut street runs through snl I four
(II mres from ea-( to nest, leaving n strip
some txvcntj -four nnd n half tSI'H fceq
whin on north side of aid Walnut street,
nn I, nheri'as. em the ?7lh lav ot Jnnunrs,
I"1, nt II 15 ciVlock a. m snld dcrd of trust
was dill recorded In book 175 at pn-e 4i,
of the roe oid of said Jackson coiintv.
Missouri, and, whetrns sail dee, I or trust
provide th it upon linn-paviiiPiit nf ih"
debt secured bv said deed of ttust b the
makers thereof, or their failure to insute
the buildings sllliiilrel Uuitl Slid bind, or
to pas 01 cause to be pnol nil taxc" and
nrssnients lev ltd upon said premises
when Ihe amo become due nnd pnvnble
the propertv therein eerrlbed mav be- sold
b the tiusli'c for the purpose of rilsltu;
the monei to pis the debt tmrebv si
euteel nnd. While is, 'Old luUbledness Is
now pel due mid tinjinn! md snla mnkeis
hive fnllul to Insure' the buildings, and to
pnv or cause to be pilel the taxes levied
upon "Old premises, now, theiefore, pub
lic notice Is herebs kI.tii that I,
the uncle rslgnsil Die id II. Ettlen.
the tru-tee iiiimrd ill nld deed of
trust under nnd bv virtue of the niithorlt
vesli'd III tile b) said deed of trust, at the
request of the owner of Slid bond, will
proceed to sell the above described re il
estate, at publlt vendue, to the highest
bidder, fot e'lish, nt Ihe front door of the
bulblliig In Independence. Missouri. In
which the clicult court of .11 Jnrk"on
icinntv Missouri Is held 1111 Sittirdiv. tho
".stli dis of June, IW between the hours of
'i o 1 loc k In the forenoon nn I ( o'clo k In
the arte moon of sibl elav ror the purpoe
of raising the mones to piv th" amount of
nild Indebtedness, with lu'erist and costs
of executing this trust
DAVID II ErriP.N. Trus.ee
TBI'srP.P.'S MAI.I- WhnreT Antin M
Morrison ami Dav hi II Morrison, her bus
bind bs the'lr certain eleed of trust d itc d
the tilth eliy or tvptenibrr Pd, nnd Hied
for lecord and recorded on the Villi das ot
Sept mber, l&'il. In the olllce of tin recorder
of deeds for Jitckou counts Missouri, at
Kansis Cits In biok I! No l"1 at pige
-,". convesui to tlie umiersigneei tuiste'c
the follonlng do-cribed itul estate-, situate
In the -otinlv of Inekson, state of Mis
souri, to wit 1 he north twents-llee (J"i)
feel of lot number nliii'tetn (l'n, and tlm
-outh twehe and one-halt (IJ',1 feet of lot
number twents CO), In North Altiimoiit, an
addition to the Cltv ot Kansis. now K ni
si Cits Mlssouil ns the s line are in irk- it
und ileslgnnti d 011 the corrected pint of
North Altimont. of record In the otllce of
the ree oriel or deeds of said Jackson coun
ts. In trut, however, to secure the pi
metit ot one Mist tnortguge real estate ne
gotl ible note and four Inteiest coupon
notes In said deed of trust deribeel anil
vvhercis. It Is provided In Slid deed of
trust that In eae' default Is m 1 le In the
piymcnt of siid notes, any pirt thereof, or
111 of the Interest thereon when due. then
the suld trustee ma pioeei'd to sell said
proficit In snld deed of trust described
and heielnbefeire described, and inv and
everv part thereof, and whereas, default
his been mide In the pnsmctit of the soil
llrst iiioitguge real est ite negoti iblr note,
and tho same Is put due and lemaltis un
pild, now, therefore, public notice Is here
in given tint I, the unclci signed trustee
will, bs virtue or the' autliorlts In me vested
In the tonus or said deed or trust nnd it
the request of the leg il mini 1 und hcilib r
of said note picHeul to sell and sell the
rial e-tate hereinbefore described, at public
vendue, tu the highest blddei for eish at
the front door of the eourt house (where
the circuit court Is held). In ICinsas City,
.1 ickson counts Missouri (the same lwlng
the south front door of tho new court
house loc itcd on the block of
ground boiinde I bs' Missouri nve
nue, Oik, I'lfth und Locust streets).
In nil Kansis cCItx fin Prld 1 .
the Uth d is of Julv 1W, In twe.n the hours
of nine o'elee k In the forenoon md the
o'e loc k In ihe ifteninon of said das 10 ji i
snid not. and the costs and expenses of
e xecutlng thii. trust
riiv.Mx h (.ROVES, Trustee
(I'lrst imbibition lime t, 1Vi5 )
NOTICE OP Hit SIEE s SALE Where
as on Oilolur JO, lto I Q A King nnd
Patba E King Ills wife, made executed
and delivered their deed or trust Tor the
puipjs or securing the pas ment or their
bond for the sum or JITiOl") In slid deed
of trust described, w her. In thev conve-sel
to the undersigned, Divll II Ettlen, trus
tee, the following de set hid re il estate
sltuited In the coiintv of I ickson and
etite of Mlssouil, to-wit. Lots numbered
nineteen (13) and twents u'O) ut bloi k '
twelve (IJ) or the re survey of Pen list in
heights an addition to the Cltv of K urns,
according to tin reionled pi it tlie re,, r.
togetuer wiin an ui cm niiiirovciri nts
thereunto helotming, and where is on the
Jutb dus or October, ISsS nl 1 10 o c lock p
m , snld deed of trust was dulv re-onbd
In book B .t' at pit,e M:, nf ihe records
of hnld Jackson counts Missouri, and,
whenas snld de ed nt trust provides that
upon noti-p is merit ot tho ilebt Mciired b)
said deed of Bust bs the m ikers theieof,
tho piopcrty tin leln described mas be
sold bs the trustee for the purpose or
raising the inonev to piy the debt tlitreb)
seemed, and, whereas slid lndc btedne i
Is now mst due anl unpild, now, there
fore, public notlco Is hereby plven that I
thu underlgnecl, David II Ettlen tho
trustee nnincd In sill deed or trust, under
and by virtue of the niithoilt) vested In
me bv said deed Of trust at the luijucst
or the owners of sill bond will pio ml
tu sell tho above descrlbtd r il estate at
public vendue, to the highest lild. . r for
eish at the front doeit of the counts couit
iimis, nf .lack-on counts .Mbsouri. .n In
ili'pendeiiie', the coiinls wit of said coiintv
on 'lhtirsda), the 2ith dis of June, ln'i,
between the hours of "i o'clock in the fori
noon nnd fe o loik lu the .if t.-rn ion if
t-aiel das. for the inriiose of ralsinr the
mones to Ji is the amount of slid indebted
ness, xx ltli Intirest and costs, ot executing
DAVID II ETTIEV Trustee
EDWABD C WRBlllI' Alt irnes
TRUSTEE'S SAI.E-V.; Jitietis. Esther A.
Pieeland, und John L Picelind, her Iiih
bind bs their certain deed of Hum, dated
line llrst das of November, IM'J nml filed
for record and lecordcd on th.i jRii , is ur
Januars. liJl. In. tho olllce of ihL recorder
or deeds of Jackson couiiis. .Missouri at
Kansas Clt), In book 11 No 1,9 m pi,;,
did convc to tho underelgmd tiu.t.ee the
tollovvtng described real estate utiiite in
the cuiints of Jackson, state uf Mlse-ourl.
to-vvlt Lot number xlx Pi). In bind, seven
I7i, lu Jeraes heights, an iddltlon to the
City of Kansas, now kalis ih Cits .Missouri,
as the samu is marked and doounaied on
the pi it of said addition on ill, nnd of roc
ord In the olllce of the? recorler ot deedu of
said Jackson county In truat to seeuro (he
pa ment of one Hist iiioitguge r. il estate,
note, In snld deed of trum des rlbed, uinl,
wlicreus, tho said nolo naa beeotno due
and default h is bee ii made In the pas ment
thereof; now, thn; fore puhll, notice U
bereb) given that I, l.d L s,arrltt. trus
tee. will, undei and bs virtue of the au
thority In ine vested, by the terms of bald
deed of trust, and at the n-ciiiest of the l-
gal tuiicier nuu uiuci uu noie, iroeitec
to bill, and tell at public! v indue, to llio
highest bidder, for e-aili. the properts here.
Inbefore dchiilbed. at the vium, f,ont door
of tho Pnlted States postolll e, in Knns is
Cits, county of Jackson state of Mluurl,
on Wdnedny, (ho Jrd du) of Jul), isw,
between the hpuis of nlnu o'clock In tho
forenoon uud live o c lock In the nfttinoon
of said da), to pas said note and the comj
and expenses of xecutlng this trust
acme iv I;l hfMriT TrllslPe
Till nl'l.E S SALE- W hi re is.default has
teen made lu jiasniciu ot jiiliiciiia) unci in.
tercot of a bond described In a dee-el of
trust inudu by lieorgu Winder (single)
tu secure a part of the purchase price of
the real estate hereinafter descilbed, elated
August 5th. ISa'J. Illesl for record September
Ulh, USJ. In the ollbe of the recorder of
deeds for Jackson counts, Missouri, at
Kansa Cits, und iec-orled n book B 37S.
ut pai,e IUJ public notlco la hereby glsen
that I will, pursuant to said deed of trust,
at the request of the owner and legal hold?
er of the bond, proceed to sell, and sell to
the hlUiest bidder, for cash, at jmtjllo ven
due, at the west front dcor of the Pnlted
States custom house and postotllce building
In the CUs of Kansas (njvv Kansas Cits).
Jackson counts. Missouri, on Saturdas
June d, U9j. between the hours of 9
o'clock lu the forenoon anl 5 o'clock In the
ufternoou of that das', tho rial estate In
t-ald deed of trust described, situate In the
count) ot Jackson and state of Missouri,
to-wit All of lots number one (1), two (J),
three (3), and four (I), In block number
four (I), In the subdivision known as "Wur
der Park," ag said lots are marked uud
deslgnuted on the plut of Warder Park,
lied and recorded lu the olllce of the re
corder of deeds for Jackson counts'. Mis
souri, for the purpose ot satisfying said
Indebtedness and the cost of executing
tbl trust. OARUINUR LATHIIOP.
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k .o' taJ,k AXswirxm;, RWs'mh:W-&
UNION DEPOT TIME CARD
lttisttto( lilt All
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and VIIN.M.Al'OI t.
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All limns m.ikp Leavenworth cxcipi tho
in to a m
lIIK AGO. ROCK ISLAND A PACIPH.
Trains Koki cf M snurl River
Chle nro mall x9 11O nm x 0 pr.v
I Ilk SCO lluilted . tl Ij pill 1' r am
Trains West of .ourl River.
Hutch, Wichita, Pt W in Wain 5 J. pm
lien Col Sp .v Pueblo . ju'eunin 6: pm
Den Col. Sp a, Pm bio rilOptn vx.uinv
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Mall and Exihc-s ..TOonm t, .pni
SI Louis do express . 10 pi Mil t' pm
New Vork fast mnll . . 1 00 pm 7 00 am
St Louis night express . 'i oei un 1 30 nm
Lexington A. St Louis ex 7 oo pm 10 05 am
Lexington ,r Se illn pis GSnlil 7 J pm
C'orfe) Mite .( Cilnrido 10l"nm r. 1 . pm
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Joidln .V lexns exprs liiioain 3 10 pm
jopiiti .x lexis exiir, s 7 oo pm
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Since i ,v Beatrice ex . 7 tn pm 5 II pm
WABAII It Ml. ROAD COMPANY
St Loulj A Chlengo ex. .SOOnm 7 10pm
st I. ,x .-x y i .nn ex. mow am xe vj pm
St L. D M St P. ex . R 33 pm 7 irt am
K. C .t Chli i go exjiress . fi.'Opm
CI1ICAOU M ALTON
Chlcigo .; St Louis ex . I'OOnm
Chlcimo llmlteel . i,.eopm
St L .v ChleiBO ex . . . S 15 mil
r 30 pm
S.I i am
7 15 am
KANSAS CIT. PORT SCuTf ex MEM
Pills! '"lorldi Past Mall 10 31am R 01 rim
Harrlsoiivllle A, Clinton xlOiilnm fi 00 pm
Dee jew .iter acconi J. pm lOllnm
Cbeioltic necom f. -1 pm 1ft I". am
Suburb-in pisse nger . xR O) im T V, am
Jupllii ,x New Orleans . io M pm 7 0". nm
VIISSOI III. KA.NHAs, .V. TIJ.X.V.S 11 1 .
Te xus mall . .
PNION PA CI PIC
Paclflo coist limited
IV. tie er .C t' el ex
10 am r. .".j fini
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9 TO iiiii B0i)pm
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A'IClllSON. TOPEKA .x SANTA PE B'Y.
I as or Missouri mve r
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Columbian exptess . n 0 pin 1 K nm
Atlinilc express .. 7 11 nn 7 OS pm
Port Mndlnn local . x!liim Jcu.JOpm
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Cllntoi e. O'ceoli ex . 1 AO jun 10 JO im
KANSAS CITY PITTSBPRC .x. HI'LP.
Pittsburg .tap A Neosho 11 o) am 3 II pm
Aciommoditlon .. V''"" J l"n
Aciommoil itlon x7 05 jmi iiw.1111
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divs Airlve Mondass, Wednesdisa anl
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KANSAS CITY .V. INHEPENDENcE AIR
Depots Senird ani Wsmlotte nnd Sec
ond nnd Walnut
KANSVSCITY A INDEPENDENCE R P
H TRVN'SIT RAILWAV I'n'li'lVV
Depots Plfit.nih street station Twelf'h
street station N nth sire, t si tile n
The Depot Carriage and Baggaga
SI V I Nl 11 AMI IIIIIIAHW V.
FOR A CARRIAGE OR LAGGAOE WAGO'I
I'riimp nn 1 tte-'l itde
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faleMlchlcnnand IskeSjntnor IiinspoflalinnVix
LAKE SUPKK6QR STEAMERS.
THECnFAT LAKE ROUTF.
tlnte Dee Xecc i-l.e I siceuu.lilp lieu Una,
Calluiuu From Chicane,
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SCE ANDCOCIS RISHAHOM WATIS STS CHIIA1
NOTPMruP Till hi i:i! h nAl.i: Us re i
foil of default tn th' pasine-nt of (he prln -ji.il
rote and the iat four coupons th rein
uttiched. oMipllm." a pas Hunt of JI.' pr I
',0th ,tl, on iciipnii No J eliMriDr) In aci I
I' lire-cl I'S l ''eel e.t int ellt.il JI iv i
l&SW tiuicle bv At nl" 15 button in1 PratiK.
(I Sutlcii her husband, to tb undcrio I
trintce, reeuidcl In the reioiderx f
tlce of Jneksjii counts MIi!oiirl nt Kan
.n City. In book II i7 nt liaBe. 517 ai ihet
recii.m uf the Icual owner anl hul lei of
tall died ur trim, and nulet I the un ler
slened trusteei, will, on 1 rid is the .Mst
das of June'. Ida.' between the- hour of 3
o cloe k III the fe'lenoon and i uiluck m ihj
afi"iiioon of fald das nt the louih front
door of the ilreiilt eourt hoiiiie, nt jj13.
tourl aveiiuo ami 'iak l In Kansan ('its
Jackson counts, Missouri, sill ,t uublli
mle to the hlflifot bidder, for cash the
properts situated In f.ild Kunnai Cltv
Jackson counts, Ml.sourl and in sn u.,,i
of truat it.teilbed n follows to. wit; All
of the noitb lx- and one-fourth (t.i,) feet
1 linn in ire mi iaa,.a ef.ii,
u Cr 1322.
ot lot nuniii-r-'i '"'"! "' cj an ot lot
niimbi'red fourieen (II) In block numbfrel
four (I), ai. the evanu are murkecl iui, ,f3.
li,nitiel on the ree ord plat of Chace's sub.
division of u part of the southeast one.
fourth (') of section four il) township
forts -nine (U) ranee thlrts -three (3J) for
the jnirposo of jmylnt.' oit und alllifsll;
ill liulcbied'ie tui.ethcr with Interest
theieon. und (he exjiense of this irut
W ' PAItKP.lt Trustee
litl ,s,li:i:.S SAI.l-.-Wbcreas.defuult has
been made lu the pasnuut of the in iucln.il
uud intereiit of a bond dicrlbed in u cer
tain dud ot uust executed li ilaiy Mor
e,un, blm-le, to utcurc a jiart of ihu imr
chase price of the real estate heieinufier
described duteel bejxembtr lltb. to ill l
for record faepteiubet 11th, lSib, In the otll e
ot the lecordei of deeds for Jackson conn
IS, Missouri, ut kiink.il Clt), und rtcor.I I
In book It M. at pabe 311. publlo notl e ,
heicby etveu that I will, pursuant u- a '
deed of trust niul at the request of th e
owner and leeal holder of tab! bord ll
to the hlfchekt bidder, for cush. at jmbu
auction, ut the south front door of th
court house, the bulldlni; in which the cir
cuit court of Jackson county U apiiolnted
to be held, (on Miisourl avenue Tjctween
Oak and Locust streets). In the City of
Kansas (now Kansas Cits), Jackson coun
ty, Missouri, on baturdas-. Juno ."2d, 1S33.
between the hours of 3 o'clock u. ui, and j
o'clock p. m of that das, ull of lots num.
bei twelve (12) and thirteen (13), la block
number lx iC). "Muplewood," as the same
are marked and designated In the plat of
the same, tiled and recorded In the olllce
of the recorder of deeds for Jackson coun
ts. Missouri, for the purjyse of satlsfslng
said Indebtedness and the cost of executing
Ibis trust. QARDINCR LATmtOP.