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TITtf KANSAS CITY JOtJUiYAL, WEDNESDAY, ,TtK 2tf. 180o.
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NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH.
oprirr.its akiii mi'.ii cit.inm:n with
uii.i.imi i:t)v.iti) mit.M..
Ileith nf Mr. Henry DrMtelmnn, nn Did
Hrldrnt nt thn ( lty-1'iillte tittirt
rrmiTillriK lining Into itonr
I) illim .Mltrrllttmntii.
Teitcrdny nfternoon the widow o( IM
ivnrd Hytne, who was shot nnd killed
Saturday nlRTit, when limning nwny
from nrrcst, swore out wnrrnnts, epar.
ntely rh.irKiiiR Michael, nllm "lted ' Me
ixmnld nnJ Police Oitlecr Prtttik Clark
with murdering her huMinnd. MeDoimld
Is deputy shcrllX nml deputy constable.
Ho wns slondlnR In front of the lire de
pnttment Snttiidny nlht when Olllcer
Clark fired nt the fugitive Hyrne, when
he ran around on Seneen stteet to Inter
cept htm On seelliR H)iiie, he fired n
phot, ns he nllegee, In tin nlr to nttrnct
McDonald was tnlten before Justice
1'ond nud was released on S,00 ball to
nppenr for a preliminary liearlnp? tm
July 3. Justice of the) Pence ndwnnl 1.
Oooney readily became his surety.
Later In the ovenlnp. when Olllcer
Clark reported to ro on night duly, he
1oo waa arrested, charged with killing
Hyrne. lie wns rolensexl on 5.0t)0 bond
to uppcar for a preliminary trial before
Justice Hond on tho 3d of July.
The In itiest that w.is to have been
lield yeouiday afternoon on tho remnlns
of Hyrne was continued, for some ren
pun, until to-nionow, when It will take
There are no new development ns
to the death of Byrne, nor aie there
likely to bo any.
lie w.is anosted at a late hour Satur
day night, charged with attempting an
nsinult on iv 13-ear-old girl, whom he
had lured to his house, his family being
n t Kn lists City.
At the police station ho made no denial
of the charges against him and Olllcer
Clark was directed to lock him up In
tho city jail. When the olllcer was un
locking the Jail door Uyrnc tint led up
the alley. In nti attempt to escape and
the olllcer Ilted two shots nt him. As
stated nlxive, "tted" McDonald, who
witnessed tho break for liberty, and
ran around on Seneca, stieet, tired a
phot ni ho saw the fugitive, and, after
ward, the wounded man was found In
Borne weeds by another olllcer.
Ill thn I'etlleo Court.
Harry Birmingham. John Mitchell.
Jnmes McGtilre and Janien .Moore, four
members of the alleged Kansas City
gang of pickpockets that tried to work
tho Topek.i excuisioni-its nt this place
last Saturday, weic tiled befoie Judge
Aller In the police .eoitit yesterday.
They were each lined S10. As they nie
short on cash, they will probably have to
herve the line out on the rock pile.
Leo Que, a Chinaman, employed by
Vnlteil States Paymaster Dodge, was
lined $10 for assaulting a brother Chlnn
mnn, and ho appealed 111" case. Thice
other olfonders were fined ?" each for
overindulgence In stimulants.
Ilcnrv De'cl-c-lniati Pe-uel.
At a late hour Monday night Uerry
Deckelman died of diopsy, after an ,11
iics of lust than tlnee weeks, being in
Ills C7th year. Mr. Deckelman came to
this city In 1Si',3 and engaged In tho Jew
A number of years ago ho was city
treasurer, and he was ulso a. member of
the city council and a ch.ti tor member
of the Lca en worth Turnvcreln Gesnng
ereiii. Aimthrr De-atli.
Monday afternoon Mrs. Hannah
Hehw.igler, wire or Jacob Sehwagler.
died very suddenly or heart failure, at
the home, th.-ce miles southwest of this
Pesldcs the husband, four children
suvlvo. Mrs. Lo May, now at Foi t
Orant, A T.; Mrs. Cannon, of Keene,
X II ; MKs Annie, who Is at tho home
stead, nnd Scott, who lesldes on a farm
adjoining the Sehwagler home. The
funeral will bo bold next Filday,
No "Ueire- ll.ill.
As reported in yesterday's Journal,
baseball seems to be over In Leaven
worth, for tho present season, nt least.
No compromise can bo effected be
tween the L".'i von worth and Topeka
tcaiiT-. which nie both financially
stranded The Topek.i boys nie heio
yet, awaiting to get transportation for
borne, nnd the hotel has run an attach
ment on nil their luggage to secure pay
ment of their tiomcl bill.
To Pinriiirii In tlimrnsilUiii.
Iliu Koyue linker, only t.on or United
States Senator Uiclen Maker, Just grad
uated from Ann Arbor. Mich., has de
termined to enter the field of journalism
Mr llaker's iirst oxpeilence will be as
telegiaph editor of the Leavenworth
Times, nnd he will enter at once upon
bis mw duties,
John nrown, colored, charged with
da light buiglaiy, had a piellmlnnry
hearing yesterday befoie Justice John
Bon, nnd was held 111 the sum or JEOO to
appear befoto tho district court for
tilal. He was remanded to tho county
C. J. Hanks, of Kansas City, Kns.,
nas In Leavenworth yehterday visiting
bis sister, Mrs. Delnhay.
Theie are 120 men omployed by the
general government In building dykes In
the river Just north of Le.ivenwoi th. It
was thought this work would bo com
pleted by July 1, but It will not bo done
until about the middle of August.
Tho German Lutheran .school yester
day closed for tho summer vucatlon.
A new horse has been puielmted for
tho file department.
Tho Ladles' Circle will meet this nfter
iioon at the residence of .Mis. Mcllrlde,
DOS Michigan avenue.
The national board of manageis for
tho Soldiers' home have given permis
sion for the homo hand to renew Its
Friday evening opei nlr concerts at the
L F. Moore, recently Interested In
Leavenworth's baseball park, went to
Kansas City yesterday, where he will lu
C AV. Green, of the "lilg Four" route,
was In Leavenworth yesterday
IM Plowman Is In fioni Colorado, to
remain about thirty daya.
The only baking powder et found by
rhemlcilan.il bis t be entirely free ron;
limo and absolutely pure U the oyal.
Tins nerfeci purity juU Horn tho ex
flUblvL iuo of iruim of taitar specially
rellned ami prepared by patent processes
which i totally ! remove the 'tartrate of lime
and other Impurities.
Arretted fr 1'utslng a lUil Clink.
John S. Twyman, of 517 Tracy avenue,
was arrested last night on thu charge of
naVtlng a worthies!, check on the tailor
inn if naylord Harclay. of 1015 Main
street The cheek wan drawn on the -Missouri
'National bank for the gum of 1 15
and purported to Lu signed by Q. P. High
tower, of .No. .'.XJl Holmes street. .The
money waa seemed from the llrm. It Is
"aid, on Juno 19 Since that date Detectives
lluliiwlii and llooher, who made the ar
ict. have been employed on the case.
The alleged worthless check passer has
b-en married but a few months. He Is
about M years old and has been employed
as a grocery clerk In this city for seeral
Prompt relief lu tick lieuuache, dizilness,
niiwa, constipation. lain In tbe tide, guarna
leed to those uglog Carter's Little Liver Pills.
The resldencp of Mrs. A. L. Leonard, of
No. H33 Kast Tenth street, was robbed of
a large Quantity of Jewelry Monday nlht.
The robbery wa; reported to the police
icsterday forenoon. Among the Jewelry
stolen was a solitaire diamond ring en-t-ravid
"A L. to H, S.." one garnet ring,
u bangle ring with chain and heart at
tached and a ring with an umethist set
In the center, surrounded by a elide of
S t Lu1iitg 'faihrs .;;o
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II our oilllittcr IS nut oi si?c or sij ic joii ncsirc, ict mm ki-i a ii'i )",
and In order Hilt lie nitv tret voti lust wh.it joil want, write us for our
jjXj SOUVENIR OF rASMONS. Copies Tree by nuil. j.
! CI.UI-TT, COON ec CO., Makers. I'aetoftei, TUOV, N. V. J.
GRAIN MARKETS FIRMER,
whi:at maim: a iai.v or m:.ki.v
Corn Advanced 1-Sn on Hood Dniiintul,
OiiIk Mirn Arlltn nml Iinprotrd
t million nnd l'rollnti ,Vd
tnnci'd Alt 'Itutind.
Chicago, 111., Juno 13. The uraln markets
all opened weak and cloed strong to-day.
Compared with yesterday's closing prices
wheat wound up with a gain of about
P.c, corn Uo and oats Impioted 'jC Tho
PfiiC advance In wheat was nn acknowledge
ment of tho extremely poor outlook lor
the winter wheat crop. California now
Joins tho army of cripples with a pros
pective half crop, nnd bad icports were'
iilo received from other statec Prowslons
Joined tho procession and scored fair ad
vances. Wheat opened wrnk at from 'n to f-4 un
der tho closing price of the previous dny.
It was rtther linn for n time at the de
cline nnd Iniproxed io or ro In about ten
minute, then declined 3ic. All that was
preliminary to an ndv.mco of Site, meas
uring Its nmount for the bottom of the
early decline, September has now be
come tho active trading future nnd nt
odd moments during the ri'selon brought
2c premium over July. The opening price
for September was from 71To to 71'nc. nnd
after a short adnnco to 72Uc, It dropped
to Tl'sC, and from the latter point com
monced an advance which culminated lie
fore noon to 73Vi. It then hegnn to de
cline agnln and on the reaction touched I
Tic about 12.30 o'clock. The opening
weakness nnd the bieak which followed
the slight nd vancc were seemingly the
lesalt of lower quotatlon.s from abroad. I
Liverpool nt the opening wns quoted In
poor demand at from Ud -to d decline.
Private cable advices brought veiling or
deis, nnd although a cablegram from Ham
burg rcpoited that market was advancing,
nil the nlhnr Continental nnd United King
dom exchanges reported lower prices. Ant
werp closed 12'i centimes lower, Paris
from 20 to 23 centimes lower and lierlln
fiom 1 mark lo l' marks lower. The le
actlon from 73'ic was due to the weaknes
of tho foreign markets. The recovery
from the llrst break was occasioned, no
far ns uny piece of news was concerned,
bv the tecelpt of a dispatch from Detroit
slating that the wheat crop In Michigan
had deteriorated "u points since Juoe ,
Hepoits of damage by rust In the North
west nnd disappointing threshing returns
from this statu kept the fecr up, nnd St,
I. mils, as usual, Kept me poc ironing wiui
telegrams which ran the gamut of damage,
country milling demand and small ptoekn
The teci'lpts heto were only twenty-four
cars, nnd twelve of these were from pri
vate city houses. Minneapolis and Diihith
leeeivpd 1S2 cats, compared with J70 a year
ago. The total exports from all the chief
shipping countries Inst week amounted to
9.777.U00 bushels, the weekly requirements
nf tlie impoitlng countries being about
lliadstreet's Islble statement gave the
decrease In tho world's stocks Mnce a
week ago at S.SS1.000. The maiket was act
ive during the greater part of tho forenoon
and In spots during the latter part of the
session, but was genet ally strong after tho
llrst half hour, 'the best prices of the day
prevailed near the end, and tho closing
strength was owing to private advices
continuing previous serious damage to the
wheat crops of the states nf the Pacific
slope. One-half crop from California, Or
egon nnd Washington Is now talked of.
September rose to TJ'bc, and closed at tho
The demand for corn, both spot nnd for
future deliveries, w.tb good nud icsultfd
In nn advnnee. The amount reported sold
for shipment was lOO.OOA bushels, tho re
ceipts wore 1CI ears by rail and 2",O10 bush
els by canal Imports fiom the Atlantic
ports were 101,0m) bushels Ustimales for
to-morrow, amounting lo only lOfi ears,
gnve some stiength, Uradsti eel's made
tho decrease In the visible for the week
I.SPj.mo bushels. Hot wlnd.s In NebrnMta
and Kansas nio reported as damaging the
crop. July sold at T',c nt the opening, to
1S-c near the close, and tho lateit trad
ing was nt Js'hc
Oats weiP active during the latter part
of the besslon. An easier feeling nnd lower
pi lees were noticeable eaily In the dny, the
result of continued free disposing of stuff.
Tho short buying wns quite equal to the
offerings, however, nnd stuff wns quite
readllv consumed Prices were nlso in'
vanced and closed steady Soptembi
ranged from 2CM(Ti27, nnd closed at SCic
There was a fnlr undo In provisions at
a somewhat advanced range of prices.
Pork started with n gain of from 2i1TZc
and wound up with 330 added to Us value
slnco vestorday afternoon. Lard Is 7'c
higher, and ribs from 7'ifI10c higher. Hog
receipts to-day were 15.CO0. The moderate
receipts, together with strength lu grain,
caused the advance.
Deaths and I'lincnlx.
Thn remains of Timer Leo Hedges, Infnnt
son of Mr. and .Mrs. W. P. Hedges, of 32J13
Oarner avenue, who died Monday at tho
family home, wero taken to Port Scott,
Kas vebterday morning for burial.
Tho funeral of tho Infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Iienjamlne Thomas, of lOT West
Ninth street, tool; plncn yesterday at 2
D. m at tho pallors of Ca rial's undertak
ing establishment, llurlal was In L'tmwood
The funeral of Maggie Costcllo, aged 10
years, who died Monday at tho hoi, e of
her parents. 1213 Htrrlson street, will take
nlnce at 9 o'clock this morning at St Pat
rick's church, llurlal will bo In St. Maiy'a
The funeral of Joseph Wclmoth, aged I
vears. who died Monday nt his home, 2920
Onrnet avenue, took place yesterday at
2 p. m. at tho home. llurlal was In Union
The funeral of Mrs. Saiah C. Provost,
who died Monday evening, will take pMeo
nt 2:30 p. m. to-day at the home, S15 Last
Pourteenth street, ltev. John P.. Itoberts.
tuistor of All Souls' X'nltarlaii church, will
olllclate. The following pallbearers, have
been chosen: Colonel H If. Allan. Major
O. H. nullln, Major William Itodgeis,
Captain J. A. Read. Captain Charles Ra
her, Colonel J. C. Orecman, Prank Payn,
John Pfahler, JJurial will bo In Union
Mr. Kmmn Vaughan, aged, 30 years, died
Monday at Hethany hospital. Kansas City.
Kas. Tho funeral will take place this
morning lit Wagner1 undertaking parlors
it 10 o'clock, llurlal will be In Union cem-
'tSo funeral of Urnest O. rortune. the
5-year-old son of Mr and Mrs. Wllliuin K.
Fortune, who died Monday evening at th
family home, 61S LydU avenue, took Placij
yesterday at 2 P. m. at tho Lome, llurlal
was In Porest Hill cemetery. ,,,
The funeral of Hon. Columbus Molse. of
Las Vegas, N. M., who died at the home
of his mother, Mrs. Pannlo IJ Molse. of
90S drove street, In this city, Sunday, took
place jesterdai afternoon at 1 o'clock at
tho home of his mother,
Are unlike nil other plll. No pursing or
naliL Act special! im the liver aim bile. Car.
ter's Little Liver I'MK One pill a doe.
SI lilt Itrulen Arretted.
ijAte e5ltrilJ) oihthwuu iuisuid . wv
Issued ly Police Clerk Williams for tho
I3SUCU W - ., ,.,. ,,J T
Brown on the ehaigo, ot violating the city
milk ordinance. Olllcer ltussell, of the
board of health, served tho warrants. Tha
men arrested gave bonds for the r ap
pearance In police court to-day. The ar
rested milk dealers, It Is claimed, havo
been In the habit of selling skimmed milk
Ooing out thero this summer? If so, wo
bhould like to sena you views ana inforraa-
tlon as to resorts. J RLE.
Address I. L. WlngheJI, Cheesraan block,
ihriiuL'li fars to lluaton.
Your wife and family will not have to
change cars between here and Boston If
iou take Chicago & Alton railroad July 0.
'OJltlYely. no caane of cars.
WaltliiK No Wonder i n r
If llicy'll Pit.
Jty TRADE t tr I-
JjOliar&L BRAND ffi
nrc Ucndy to Wear, nnd
Every flannont is (hmrnntecd.
of (bis bnvid of Shirts.
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ARE YOU GOING
To tnke advantage of the low rales via the
JIlirlliiKton ltnup to SI Louis and return,
June 2J to Jdlv C. IxjuIsv llle. K , Septetn
Per S to l, Ilaltlmore, July 1", to P,, Hos
ton, July S to S and August ID to 21, also
various ?enhore resorts, Including all the
Hastern and Northern summer resorts of
the Pulled Stntfs
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
.lulv I to s. California, Alaska and lellow
stone paik. , ....
1'or the two occasions at Ilostnn the
TturlltiRton Koute wilt .sell tickets throurh
points ns fnr south ns Kentucky and Vir
ginia and ns fnr north' ns Canada nnd Ver
mont, nnd via all the Intel mediate gate
was s to suit our pntrons. Address
If. C. ORIt, Kansas City.
OTIAWA CIlAIJIAtlUtlA AlSHMIH.Y.
Ottavin, Kns., ,lunn I7tli ti limit Inctii
fle. This will be thrt spventeenth nnnun! sen
slon.nnd tho programme will be better thnn
ever, Special feitures eveiy d-iy, June 20
Orand Army dny, nnd Covernor MeKln
ley, of Ohio, will be the speaker of the
day. June 27 Is Children's uuy A pro
Krnmme of special music, nlso of special
nmusrment by Mr. Prank Heard nnd oth
ers, will be given. Very low special rates
have been named by tbe Santa re Koute
(or this occasion, and special trains will bo
rlCnll nt Snnta Po Ilotlte ticket ofiicrs,
northeast corner Tenth nnd Alnln streets,
1030 Union avenue, or Union depot.
Mo.oo iiosrox and itiiTUicx-s.io.nn.
ticago & JJlton R.R.
Tickets will be sold July 5 to 8, Inclu
sive and nre good to return until AiikusI
0 On July 0 sleeping enrs will leavo
Kansas City at P m., running through
to Poston, via Nlngra Kails. Positively
no change of enrs.
Herths can now be reserved at Grand
Junction ticket olllce or by addressing,
Gcnernl Agpnt, Passenger Department.
WAIIAMl KM'UHslON HAli:.
8110.00 Itnund 1 rip rl.to.no.
Tickets on sale July u, C, 7 and 8. The
Wabash Is the only Niagara Palls Koute.
Tickets can go via St. Lawrence Itlver,
rtM. ...... .H.l t.lnna tirtH W'l.ltn T ill, n t il I ,1 4
. X 1IWII-, im ,..,i. ...IV. ,T.,t.W ................
I and return a different route bv a blight
ndvnnre lu rate, me rast uosion trains
from Kansas City go via W.-ilnsh Koute.
H. II OAKLAND.
Western Passenger Agent.
Tho Past Train lo St. l.uuls runs on tlm
IViiIiisIi Itnllrn id. No nt her lino ran make,
the llino III nie by the Willi ish.
1VANTI1!) MALI! 111:1.1'.
WASTED-Help. If you aio a hustler
and looking for snaps, call at room 20.!,
Sheidley building, to-day before 10 o'clock.
WANTL'D A good gasllttor by tho'Wy
nndotte Oas Company, llusted bids.. Kan
sas City, K.is.
WANTDD 1 "Ive more rlgnrmakers, nt
once Address A P. Kothfuss, Port Scott,
WANTIID 2 young men: J12 a. week;
news agts. 9 West 5th si , rcom 9.
WANTHD 3 live men: good wages, light
work. 019 Alain su, room 3.
CANADIAN KMI'LOVMDNT OPPICK,
nnd furnished rooms, 10 Hi Last 12th. cor.
Walnut. Tel. 1179 The best place In K C.
Mo., to And help or situations, male or
female; 11 j ears' experience Kef. Omaha
Nat bunk, Omaha: citizens' bank. K C
DON'T put oft Insuring your life in the
Canton until you are alread sick anj un
nblo to piss n medical examination. Ite
membor the teachings of Scripture: "Thero
is danger in prociasilnatlon." There is
no conipanv that oft r so good Induce
ments or pays lis losses more promptly.
You certainly feel the need of some life
Insurant i. I.xramlne the policy and plans
of the Canton Masonic Mutual Henevolmt
Soele'v. A. CimdwIoK, geneinl agent, MJ
anil 5-!l American Ilnnk building.
WANTLD Agents. New wall map Unit
ed Slates and world, six feet long Kle
gani, beautiful colors No experience
needed You cannot make monej easier.
Send &"o for sample or write Hand, Mc
Nallv A. Co . Chicago.
WANTHD Ilu.slness man for Keneial
agency. Western .Missouri. Only time to
ste active, capable man. Apply this after
noon. James It, Dunn, Coates House.
in ki:nt nomm.
TO HUNT Pour room Hit with closet
and bath. Jns. Cotter, 923 K. 12th st. Tel. 613.
w.ivrijii to itnvr.
buvlng, by a ilri-t-clnss hotel man, a fur
nished hotel doing a paying business lu
Kansas City or country town of not less
than 6 000 population. Address " Cll, Jour
J. P KKN.MPin, for tlm past 21 years In
Kansas City, has given personal attention
to repairing line watches and clocks
Charges reasonable. No 6, Last Tenth
st., net, main ana vvainui,
it lull want a good sieax wun inu uesi
cuu of Mocha and Java coffee In the city
go to M'CLINTOCK'H. 920 Walnut.
JAMKS HANNON. the architect, has re
turned business, with oillces Temple block
cliAXIirunvf; JeTfiN II, TOWT,
President. Vice Prebldenu
O. L. HAHH13.
MIDLAND THANSFKIl CO.-Frelght
nd baggage transferred to and from all
depots, Purnlture moved and packed by
. experts. 407 and 409 Wyandotte si., Kan.
sag wily, oio iriennone juii.
l'l.HASG CALL and cet new printed list
of property for tale by D. C. Itowen, room
513 Massachusetts building; will mail list
to any address on application.
Holism and i:mci.i:s.
?ASTil?tE KOlt HOUSES Three dollars
er month; sent for and returned. Murk S.
aiisoury, independence, mo.
WE want a. young man In every town In
Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska to handle
our wheels. Get our catalogue and price
to agents. KANSAS CITY UlCYCLD CO..
1027 and 1029 Broadway, Kansas City, Mo.
6APE3 opened and repaired, bought and
f0lli. Combination locks cleaned and
chanced. U. HAItHIGAN. Expert.
Telephone m 108 East Tenth st.
THE Kansas City Metal Hooflog & Cor
j mfiatlne Co., W Delaware, U'l. ISC'A
rim ai.i: Ht'.M r.i n ii
AT A BARGAIN FOR ALL CASH
OR ON EASr TERMS.
A Ki n re sto.-k firm on the line of the
P..rt S ott A tlulf tnllriM l S9 miles from
Kins.iv ri( M,i, 3 mil, from Paola,
Kns, mil 4 miles fnnii Hills laie. Kns
This farm Is mostly Imltotn land, about !'
a. n s nn ler u!llvntkn balance Umber
pililte, nil but TO n ri s nn be made
plow land Hull cteek runs through It,
Th'ie are tlsu S wells up l clsiern nnd
evral sprlni's of roo1 elrnr water. Pnrm
Is fetire i in I rrosR-teiii ed, bathed wire
an l board" (hog llghll Hon l S room frame
hoie in verv fair oondltlon, bm, corn
ribs, hug peps, i u I'riee, K per ftc re, all
i ish. or is;, pfr acre, on time. Por fur
ther parti, ulnrs addles It t Dve room
6. Ileal' building, Bib nnd Wvnndotfe sts ,
i are of D Klllson t Pons, or Woodson
Masters P.q , Paoln, Kns.
Pult SAI.P- tPxll'i on liiigmenilow i3Uh
sttrrti, si i reel east of WaiWIek IWUlfVafd,
re trarl. We have a suburban tdacres
thai Is on two good thmnuiirhfnre nnd
1 1 ise enough In to be worth H.COD per Acre,
It sou dealt e n bargain lu ncre propel ty
Mtun. Central street, near 30lhi f-nst
front nnd on ainde, sw.
Ilvlt". r, loom rrntne, barn nnd fine well,
U .'"'" s w ror. 14th mid Unles nve.
Jla, nnd 5 room lottnae on MeGee
street, i orner I, In wood, I2,.vi.
H T WIllPPLi: .x CO. 17 W. 9th.
LOOK AT THUMB l.UTS.
200 feel 4 !i0 foot lots, 131 ft, deep, only
I bioiks form Ine st electtln line; they
lie nlclv, tire in good location and If nil
nre taken I ran sell th.-ni for $1 per fool
one-third cash: balance 1, 2 and three vcars
n pet cent: rueh n snap as thin Is not
picked up eveiv dav: no ttade.
I'heip neres nenr the elli ; see me,
Nice cmtnges fnmi $1,000 to $J,000, call.
Mi" nsldi tires from J3,c") to $lo,0i).
Nli e lots for homes, south nnd east.
Mntiev to loan nit renl entile
P. A. PltlltiUKICK, RIO N. V. Life bids".
J Lli jp.xi.r. iwxt-e, on t.unKiHentiuw t.iiui
tre.t). 50 feet east of Warwick boulevard,
lootino, s. w. ror ICth and llellefontalne;
Joins the nrw park, $2 000
Mrl30, Central street, near 34! hi east
fiont ind on era le; JtiO
4It120. i! room frame, lnrn nnd tine well,
$2,230. s vv cor 14th nnd Miles nve,
.x2x.H0. nnd ft room cot ace on Melee
street, corner Llnwnnd, ti "'&
II T WIIII'PLli A '"')., 17 W Dth
M4)M'.Y II) l()V,
PAU.M LOANS Ntnr Kansas City. In
Missouri nnd Kansaii, iinnual Inierest pn
sble Ht borrower's home bank, money
ready. Loans ulo for sale.
JA.MUS L LOMllAtlD,
Over Klrst N'-itloml link
6 AND G I'llll n:.S"l money on business,
residence nnd latm propert , unusunll) fa
vorable terms Applv t Homer Heeil or
Theo Nnsh. lOfsl llroadwnj op Coates llous-
LOW IMUtl.Si Kanas Cit loans.
Improved propeity only. Call or address
JA.Mi:S L I.O.MHAKD.
Over Plrst Nnilon.it lunk
CO I'nit CilNT aelunl vnlue loaned by us,
fi per cent interest, good propertl.s
H. L JOIIN'ritiN .? CO. S V Life bldg
TO LOAN $.'.00 to $3,001 on city property
at Ion rates p ( liown. room ulJ Alas
UPSINHSS t'HANCUS Mike big money
by investing In wheat now When full e
wnt of damage to all crops lmomes
known, wheat will go up to $1 no and more
Snnll Investors can snfelj innke splendid
protits now Write to-dij for Manual on
Successful Speculation anil Daily Market
Letter, both free, to Thornns & Co . bank
ers nnd brokers, 203 lllaltu bldg., Chicago,
HPSINUSS CHANT!: Speculate) success.
fully. Our manual will till uu hnw It is
elope. Send for It at niue, also Dillv
Alarket Ilullotln: both flee. Stans, 11 ,t
"o , hankers and luokiis, 12ii Tradeis'
WANTUD lliislness m in for euier.il
ngeney. Western Mlocourl Only time to
see jfiivc, inp.ible ni.nl. Apply thlh after
noon James It. Dunn, Conto House
t'l VIISVOYAN r.
ADVICU that brings sneeess Dr. Moi rls
answers nil questions Involving the nlfnlr
of the heart, business and dom. -tic life
nml of loved ones far nnd mar Dun t fail
to "all If you ore In liouhU. 1 in" i iK st
M1W L. JAMl.'S. the well known eiair
vojant and tranee im ilium. ma be con
sultti at 12u0 Grand live ; parlors 31 nntl 40
foii s.vi.n iiiscni.i, t.t:oi's.
POIt 8ALU Hirgiius' New oak, rolling
top desks, line tlnl-h $10 and up; will e
change v our old dvsk. 11. M, Iloweis, 713
llUAl. US'l'Ai II THANSPIlltS.
NOHMAN A. UOISLKImo.N, jiroiu'utors
of abstracts and ex.11111111 rb of land tiller,
No P List Sixth lrlet, furnish .lally tho
transfers of re il estate liled in tho record
er's olhce nt Kens.is e.lty, .Mo
Notlie ll tranurs appealing In our
dally reports contain iovouipik of general
wufr.ititv, unless oilieiwise slated.
New York Life Tnsurinco Company
to G Muelilebach; north half of
lot 2;7. oloek l'i, MeGoe's additions 7,1100
Cllv Henl Ustate Company to It.
Hobbs,, mistee; west n feet of lots
15 to l'i, block 21, Dundee place .... 1
M It Allen ami wife to P. M Onion;
south 30 feet of lot 2J, block !S, Ivan
hoe p'uk 1,100
J. O ll strom e't nl to Kansas city
Stork Yards Company; undivided
3-10 of lot I. block 0, Depot addition 2,213
W. U. Hall and wire lo It. J. Cath-
cirt: lot R, block 12, James Gondii!
LlU-iboU! II. Wibh to M. 11 HII-
dreth: lots Z3 and SI. Uwing heights M0
II. Cmlmin and wife to J. W.
Cowles; lot 11, Holsey A: Dudley's
W. II. Leonaid nnd wife to J. L.
Smith: lots 0, 7, 8 ami south (,
feet of lots 1 to 3, block 3, Down
ing' resurvey 1.CC2
W II. Consnid and wife to I).
Hobbs; lots 15 to 10, block 21, Dun
dee placo 5,000
,S. Moore and wife to Umlly A.
Harp: part of lots 2 and J, block 5,
Prospect heights 700
A Dyinork nnd wife to L. A.
Ilmnes: lot 11 and south half of lot
10. block 4, Hast Side place 500
J. T. Millet and wife to New Lu
gland Loan and Trust Company;
west half of lots 112 to 115, Ogle
bav's Hrst addition 1.000
J. U. Spamjler nnd wife to L and
P Myerti) lot 51, Salghman pi ion.. 1.100
TKUSTUU'H SALL'-Wherejs, Usther A.
Preeland, and John L. Preeland, her hus
band by their certain deed of trust, dated
the first day of November, lwi. nnd tiled
for record and recordtd on the 27th day ot
January, l&si. In tho olllce of the recorder
of deeds of Jackson county, .Missouri. n
Kansas City. In, book II No, 4"1 ut page k-i,
did convey to the undersigned trmtfe the
following described real istate, situate in
the county of Jackson, Mate of Missouri,
to-wlt: Lot number six: (t,), in bio. U seven
(7). In Jersey heights, .in addition to the
City of Kansas, now Kansas City Missouri,
us the same is marked and designated on
tho plat of slid addition on (He and of rer.
ord In the olllce of the reeorder of deeds of
tald Jackson county. In trust to seeiiru tha
payment of one llr-t mortgage real estate
note. In said deed of trust described; anil,
whereas, the said note uas become due
and default has been made in the piyment
thereof; now, therefore, public notice inhere-by
given that I, U4 L. h arrltt, trus
tee, will, under and by virtue of tho au
thority in me vested, by the terms of said
deed of trust, and at the reeiuest of the )c
gal holder and owner of said note, proceed
to sell, and sell, at publlo vendue, to the
highest bidder, for cash, the property here
inbefore described, at the west front door
of the United States postotlb e. In Kansas
City, county of Jackson, Mate of .Missouri,
on Wednesday, the 3rd day of July, isij.
between the hours of nine o' lock In the
forenoon uiiu ,, , ,,m uneriioun
of said day, to pay said note and Die posts
and expenses of exeeutinc this trust.
" UP L. SCAHH1TT. Tiustee.
lItntrSAT.S POIt ClItADINGPrnnn,,!,
will be itcelved iu my olllce until Wednes
day, June 20. 12 m., for the grading, lo
the established clt grade, of Peery ave
nue, from Agnes avenue west to u point
about sixty-two feet west of Chestnut ave
nue. Above work to be done under direc
tion and jiupeivlslou of the cty engineer.
Terms cash. Good and sullicleiit bond will
be icqulred of the w . essful blddel. Uu h
bid must be a compauled by a ccral'-l
iheck for one liunJi. J dollais, as an e vi
deuce of eood faith and ability of bi t ler.
P. 11. MADDEN,
2o. 703 Wall street.
U'ttl'tirVQ tll.tAe VVV limit rtttil
llPn A Hurst Ids wife, by their bed of
trust ilntid the twentv-sevenlh .lav of
Mitrvh eighteen hnnilted ntul elithti efht,
nn! r eorded in the ofllce of the i, irder
of ile i ds nt Jnokson ,otlnt, Mle- mrl. at
Kaniis Cltv on the Iwent) -n v, nth day
of Mirch, eBhtren hundred nn I eishtj
i leht In book II 3e.1 ages S21 lo ..i. both
Itoluslve. e'onvevid to the uudetslKin 1. Jeff
erson llrumb.it ft, trustee, the follwvlng
des.-rlbed Innd in Kansas lit). .tmknn
lounlv, Missouri, to-nlli Lots numbered
seveiitfon (17) and eighteen (Is), In bio k
number three (t), In Chase's nibdlMsmn of
the following des, rlhed tract of Inn 1. to
wlt fltuntid In the . e. imarter ot see.
tion I, town II, N. tnnite SB. Wcl mn
InltunK a front of 3fl poles, 8S tlnks on the
south linn of Itth sliet (0 feet wldei. bj
a depth noutli with the unme width of 41
holes, Wk links, nnd hounded on the e
by ent line of tin westimlf of the s. e
ipmrter of md section 1, being a parrel of
Innd fronting fi feet on 'the east side of
Lin lid avenue, and 1 22 feet on the south
side of 13th Street, in the titv of IxiiPons,
In trust o srsure payment of eeitnlli
promissory notes therein described, and,
whrlens, df Mult wns tnftde In the payment
when due, of the prlnolpnl note deserlbul
In snld died or tlust, and the snttie still
n mains due and unpaid nml nothing has
been pnl.l thereon, except Interest lo the
twenty-fourth of Heptetnlier. rlchtecti hull
dren nnd nlni t-four, now, theiefote, pub.
lie notice Is hereby given, that at the re
quest of Hie owner and holder of snl 1 note
(the other notes secured bv snld di nl of
trust liming been paid), and beenusp of
such default, m tine under the power In
nel deed of truM, 1 will, ns such trustee,
proceed to sell the property hereinbefore
and In such deed deserlbul nnd nuv nhd
even part thereof, nt public vendue, to the
highest bidder, nt the court house door 111
the lily of Knnsis (now called Kansas
Cits), lu Jack. on countv aforesaid, for
rash, on e'rldiy, the seennd day of August,
eighteen hunditd and nlnet-llve, between
the hours of nine o'eloi k In the forenoon
nnd live o'clock In the afternoon, to pny
the nmount remaining unpnld on said prln
t Ipnl note, to pnv the costs nnd expenses of
executing said trust the court house door
at whi'h "in h sale will be made being the
South front door of the eourt house build
ing In Kansas CJts. Jackson county, Mis
soul I, on the block of ground bounded bj
Plflh street, link street. Mlssoutl nvenue
nnd Locust stieet, being the building where
in the circuit court of Jnekon county,
Missouri, at Kansas City, will be held, or
mlsht lawfully be held If then In session,
and holim tin door where the sherllt usu
Blly mnkes sties on rxe ration.
JUPPKHHON IlHPMIl.Uix, Trustee.
WiinitP.AH. William L Chester and Sn.
sun It. Chester, his wife, by their deed of
Dust il.itid the thltd d.iv of Januarj, eight
een hundred nnd ntnetj, nnd reeordul In
the olllce of the reeorder nf deeds of Jack
son county, Missouri, at Kansas Cltv. on
the fourth day of January, eighteen hun
dred nnd nltietv. In book I! KM, pages 219
to 2-i, both Inclusive, conveyed to Hie un
dersigned, Jetferson lliumbtck, trustee,
the following lies, rlbeel land In K.tnsns
Cltv, Jackson countv, Missouri, to-wlt All
of lots lettered "L" nnd "P, ' In block
numbered slxtv-sevon (07), In .McfJee's ad
dition to the City of Kansas, ns the snme
nre marked and design Ued on Ihe plat of
said addition on tile and of iccord In the
olllce of the recorder of deeds of snld Jack,
son county, making u paicel fronting In
width fifty (.".01 feet nn the south side of
tho south luancli of Pourteenth street, In
Kansas city, between Oik stieet nnd Lo
cust siieet.aud running luck south nlnetv
nlne CU) feet more or less to an alley. In
tiust to secute pnvment of certain
piomlsmiiv notes In snld deed of trust de
scribe el; nnd where is, default has been
made In the pivment v. lien due of ihe
pilmipil note nn, the (lftj-four and slttv
months' Inti test note's mentioned In snld
deed, nnd the same still rem lln due and
unpaid; now, therefore, public notice Is
hereby given, thai at the reepiest of the
owner and holde i of snl 1 defnulted notes,
the other notes maturing befoie those hav
ing been paid. I will, ns such trustee, by
virtue of the power la such deed, proceed
to sell the propeity heielnbe fore and In
said deed of tiust described, and nnv nnd
eveij part thereof, at public ven lite, to the
highest bidder, nt the eourt house door In
the City of Kansas (now called Kansas
Cltv), In the county of Jackson aforesaid
for cash, on Pi 1 lav, the ecind day of
August, eighteen hundred nnd nlnets-llve,
between the hours of nine o'clock In tho
forenoon and live o'clock In the nfternoon,
to pay t-nlil notes and Interest thereon, nnd
tho coats nnd expenses of executing the
trust, Hie couit house door at whlth such
sale will be made being the south front
door of the couit hou-e building In Kansas
City. Jackson countv, Missouri, on the
block of ground bounded by Plfth street,
Oak stieet, Mlssouil avenue and Locust
stieet. being the building wherein the cir
cuit ooprt of Jackson county, Missouri, at
Kansas Cltv. will be held or might lawful.
Iv be held if then In session, nn I being the
eloor where the sherlft u-uall) .s, lis land
JliPPLKSON llItUMHUix. Trustee.
TIlPSTnU'S SALU Whereas, Thomas
Pield. and Viola lield, his wife, bv their
iiilnln deed of trust, dated tho eighth dav
ot Januaiy. 1S9I. and tiled for n t ord and
lecoided on the tenth ln of Janmiy, 1W1,
In the olllce of the recorder of deeds in
and for Jackson count, Mlssouil, at Kan
sas City, In book H No 43S, at pace 2x1,
convovd to the undeislgned trustee the
following described real estate situ no In
the county of Jnekson. st-ite of .Missouri,
to-wlt: Lots fort (1'U, lonj one HU and
forty-two (4i), In Troost hill, renrence be
ing made to the recorded plat of said
Tioo-t hill on llle In tho ollh f the re
corder ot deeds In nnd for .la. kson county,
Missouri, nt lv.ini.as City, in tiust, how
ever, to secure the payment of one nego
tiable promlssor note in snld deed of
tiust described; and whereas, It is pi ov Pl
ed In said deed of trust that In case
default Is made In tho payment of stld
note, or ot the Interest, or any pirt there
of, when due then Ihe said trustee tnav
pioCced to sell pild property in said deed
of trust described ami herelnbr fore ele
si rlbed, and on nnd every pari thereof;
and whereas, default has been made In ihe
pav nu nt of said note, and the same Is rust
due and lemalns unpaid: now. therefore,
public notlie Is heiebv given th it I the
undersigned irusuo, will, by vlitue of the
aiithoiliy in me vested by the terms of
said dei d of trust, and a' the reiinest or
the legal owner nnd holder or sail note,
proceed to tell and sell the real est ite
hereinbefore des, i lln d. nt public vendor,
to the highest blddet, for cash, at the
north fiont door of the Pulled States cus
tom house In Kansas City, In the jaunty
of Jin kson, Mate of Missouri, cm Ihuis
eiav, tho llrst day of August, 1M, b, tvveen
ihe hours of nine oiloil In the forenoon
nnd five o'clock In the afternoon of e ltd
day. to pay sold note and costs and i .x
Miiscs of executing this trust
HIL.MUI! MlHHWUiilUl:. Trustee.
(Plrst publication June 5. 1x15 )
NOTIiil OP TKPSTUII'S SALU Where.
s on October A. l'Stf. J W. A. King and
Putha 11 King, his wife, made, executed
nnd delivered thflr deed ot trust for the
Unit Uelivereu llii-n u,-r-i w, una, u uic
purpose of securing tho paiment of their
bond for the sum uf $J,7..o0ii in said deed
..... ,. . ...II. a. I ., .....iln t.... ........... ...I
(1 irUSl UOll"l eot...., ..., ei,,rjc.,
to the undeislgned, David II, Lttlen, trus
tee, the following dei rlbeel real estate,
tltuated In tho euunty of Jackson and
state of Missouri, to-wlt: Lots numbered
nineteen (llu and twenty 20), of block No.
twelve (I.'), of the resurvey of Pendleton
. . ... .t.ll.lnn In ,Vu H( . e.'..n.n
eiKIUS, .III anuiiiuii ," i ivj ui uiisa",
eeoriilng to the re. orded plat thereof.
together with all of the Improvement
nleUUlo lil'tuiinoe. , un'4 niirii-iis, un nie
ill day of Oetolier, UM, nt 1 50 o'clock p
i. tald deed at lrust was duly re 'ordn!
book 11 -". at page Soi, of the recordu
L Sal) ail KUII Vi7ill,J .,,ie?UllIl, MIOJ,
hereas. said deed ot trust provides that
III IlUO-l'J 3 ,,,v.., v. .iv u. u, n.Liiiv-u u,
ud deed ot trust by the makers thereof,
.. neneiertv therein elescrlbed may b
t-old by the trustee for the purpose of
raising the money to pay the debt therebj
secuied, and, whereas, said Indebtedness
is now past due and unpaid; now, there,
fore, public notice Is heteby ylven that I,
tho undersigned, Imlil II. Httlen. the
trustee pinned In said deed of trust, under
utid by virtue of the authorlt vested In
me by snld deed of trust, at the reeiuest
01 II1H owiiees u iuiii uuim, ,,,,, iiiucceil
to sell the above described real estate, at
public vendue, to the highest bidder, for
- . . t. . ..... tfn,r iiiiiir n r in. ..iin.ir
on Thursday, tne Jim uuy or june, vn,
between the hours of S o'clock In the fore
noon and u o clock In the afternoon of
Laid day. for the purpose of raising the
iiionei to pay the amount ot said indebted,
lies, with Interest and costs of executing
Vila tl-lWf .
' DAVID II P.TTUPS' Trustee.
PDWAHD C, WUIOHT, Attorney
NOTICU TO STOCKIIOLDUHS-Notice
Is hereby given that a special meeting of
tha stockholders of the Mutual Home and
Savings Association will be held nt the
iiillce of the company on tho 27th day of
June, IW5, at 'J o'clock u. m., foi the pur
pose of voting upon the proposition of pro
viding for thu transaction and future busl.
ness of tho company under the provisions
of un net of the leglslatuie, entitled. "An
net lei ipneut article s. of chanter J of ft,..
I Hevised Statute of Mlssouil, lttj, concern,
lug mutual savings, fund, loan and building
associations, and to enact a new statute In
lieu thereof, to piovlde for the organlzu-
tlon and Incorporation of mutual savings,
lund, loan and building associations and tho
management and conduct of the business
thereof; also, to provide upon what condl-
, tlon loreigu associations of like character
may do business in this state, and for
other purpose a " approved Apill 2uth, 1W,
ana lor nie iruip&uciiuii ui sue a oincr uusi
uess as may legally be bruuyht before, the
meeting. THUODOKB S. CASU, Vreslaent.
C. U. FCUnUL', SecretaryA '
Be of Jackson county, -Mlssouil, at In
mdence, the county seat of said county,
i.i:At, Mint i:s.
(Plrst publication June 7th. IM6.)
NOriPK OP TltPSTUP.fl AI.E-Whfr..
as, on .Iniinnt) 2lth,K0X Charles Doucherty
nnd Unhrlln Dnughert his wife, mule,
executed and delivered their eh ed of trust
for the purpose of securing th pajment
nf one bund for the sum id flWi'i, tn said
deed of trust ileprrlhetl, whirun they con
vr.veii to the uiniers(intii, osvni ii mj
tlen. trustee, Ihe follow Imr de rtbed.renl
estale, Itiinted In Ihe county of Js.rkon
and stale or Missouri, to nit A mrcel or
lot of ttound two hundred snd fifteen (II H
feet In width nnd running the entlt-- length
north and south, oil the went eni of Ihnt
four acre imet of land situated In the city
of Indrpendrnce, snd deseribel n follons.
That Is Hie north half of the -vfH one
third n n errtnln tweliu four t'4) ni re
tract of land Mint south of nd adjoining
tin addition tnnde by Thornns Hoggs to snld
ell) of llieleiirhiltnrr, will h a.lditlin con
sists of seventy sit (7C) lois sa'd twenty
four (JOaere tract making with the snld nd
illllon of evrntt.six (7fii lols Hie whole of
the tract pur, hae,i hi s , Itocgs irom
Lewis Ppnklln. ilel atdilloti of sevenl
rx (ell) lots being now known Waldo
nnd Norrls' nddlllnn, the iour (4l acre
trict herein described being bounded on
the south by Shorl street, on the fast by
Innd sold by John W I'errv to one Hob
Insonj Walnut street runs through said four
(II acres from enst to west, leavlnir a Mrlp
some intntv-fottr nnd a half (2IH) feet
wide on north side of snul Walnut strert,
nnd, whereas on the 27th div of Jnnunrv,
U10. at II. If, o'clock n in , said deed of trust
was duly recorded In book US. ut pace 411,
of the records nf snld Jackson county,
Mlasourli nnd, whereas, said deed of trust
provides tint upon iion-p.ivtueiil of the
debt fecund bv said deed nf trust by the
tinkers thereof, or their failure to Insure
the buildings situated upon snld Innd, or
lo ps or cause to be paid nil tones and
assessments levied upon said premises
when the smie become due ntul pnv able,
the properly therein described may be sold
bv the trustee for the purpose of rslslng
the ninner to pay the debt thereby sc
outed; and, whereas, snld indebtedness Is
now ptst due ntul unpnld, ntul snln makers
hive failed to Insure the bull. lines, and to
pay or eaiiFe to be puld the taxes levied
upon said premises, now. therefore, pat,
lie notice Is hereby gwen that I,
the undersigned. David II, Ultlen,
the trustee named in snld deed of
tiust under nnd bv virtue of Ihe authority
ves'ed In me by said dee, of trust, nt the
leuueit of the owner ot said bond, w II
proceed to sell the nbove described real
estnte. nt public vendue, to tbe highest
bidder, for cash, nt the front door of tho
building In Independence, Missouri. In
which the circuit court of said Jnekson
countv, .Missouri, Is held, on Sntunliy, the
2'llh day of June, lsij, between the hours of
9 o'clock In the lorenoon nnd ( o'clock In
the afternoon of said day for the purpose
nf raising the motey to pny the nmount of
slid Indebtedness, with interest und costs
of executing this trust
DAVID H P.TTIP.N' Trns.ee
UNION DEPOT TIM& GflRD
O.ltAIIA, M. I. UUIS,
Di.Ml.lt, ST, PAUL,
Chnlr Cnrn t-roo,
Ticket nT.ces f.'3 Mala
St. ami toil Lnlou ,vru
Address H. C. OIHl, A. O. P. A , Ktnsas
Instructions All trains dally unless
marked "x," except Sunda) , 's," Sunday
only, "z," exiept Stturtlnv, ")," except
Monday, "1," Saturday only Plrst col
V."1". Ic ve. second column, arrive.
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Coffeyvllle .v. Colorado ...10 15 am B 41 pm
Coffeyvllle A. Wlchlti .... .i2Upm 7.20am
Jop , Pt Seott ex. Wich 4 05 am 11 31 pin
Joplln .x. Texas express. .10 ..0 am 3 m pm
Joplln i. Texas expresi... 7.00 pm MJ am
Omsha, Lln K- N City ex 0 13 pm f...".0atn
Omaha eV C 1! day ex.... 7 Jo am S 35 pm
K c'. .t A accom. ex 6 no pin 1 15 pm
K C A: St Joe ex 10.l0.un i, .55 p in
K t". A .X M Joe ex . fi V, pm i' 30 .1.111
KANSAS CirV NOHTHWHSTnitN It K
Senena .X. Ileatrlce ex . . 7.10 pm B I
WAHASII ItAILHOAD COMPANY
St. Louis ex. (iilrigo ex.... S () nm 7 lupin
St L, ix- N V I.lm ex-..xl0 00 am xil 00 pm
St. L. D M &. St P ex.. it 35 pm 7 i) am
K. C. ic Chicago express . 6 1.0 pm
CIIICAHii ,i ALTON
Chicago & St. Louis ex.... 'J foam
Chlcngo limited k 0) pm
St L ,V Chicago ex & 15 pm
KANSAS C1TV. liiltT SCOT T .
Florida Past Mall 10 30 am
Harrlsonv'lle A Clinton .xin (in am
6 30 pm
S I", am
f. () nm
f 00 pm
Deepwater accom rijipm 10 4i.ua
Cheiokee nccoui f Z'i pin 10 15 am
reiiouruiii pusseiier ...
Joplln A New Orleans .,
. xO.ml pm 7.55 nm
. . 10 00 pm 7 05 urn
A TF.VAS ll'V
.. 10-15 am 5 15 pm
it ik pm 7 -o nm
UNION l'At'11 IO Jt.VII.VVAl
Pacific coast limited njdnin .5 00 pm
Denver ft fill ex 7 In pm d B(l arn
ATCHISON. TOPPKA . SANTA PL U'V.
Lust of Missouri Itlver.
Chlcngo limited 7Wpm SSOnm
Columbian express 6 31pm I'Spm
Atlanilc express 7 30am 7 .if, pm
Port Mndlcon local x 40 am 3,5.30 pm
west oi .viissoun itiver.
Texan expiess ... .
Po Kas passenger ....
Col eV Ptah liin
Mex. exr Cnl. express..
Hmporli passenger .. .
Pinhandle express . ..
Ok S. Dodge City ex.
s 15 am I 20 pTi
ft io am r.20 pm
9 uOam C.35 pm
1 50 pm i "o p'n
8 Oi) pm 7.00 am
xl JO pmxll 20.HI1
t lu pm o id am
9 10 pm 7 05 am
9 20 pm C:50 am
(.nun! Vntril Depot, -ml titnl Wl iiulotte
Cilntoi .t Osceola ex . 5 00 pm 10 20 am
KANSAS CITY. Pl'TTSHPHi A: (1PLP
Pittsburg. JP Neosho 11 ) am 3 15 pm
Accommodation MOOam 8 io pm
Accommodation . .. . xl tX) ptn x5iam
Leave Tuesdays, Thursda)s and Satur
days Arrive Monda)s, Wediies.da)s and
(irtinil Ave, I), pot. JJitd street.
CHICAGO MlLWAUKnK ,t ST. PAUL
Chicago passenger .. .. x9.30 am 7 in pm
Chilli, olhe express xo i pm lo lo am
HxccUlor Springs t pedal 9.15 am ts 15 pin
KANSAS C1TV i INDKPKNDL'NCU AUt
Depots Second and W)andotte and Sc.
ond and Walnut.
Kansas city s. indi:pi:ndp,nch HAP.
ID THANSIT HAl'.WAY COMPANY
Depots Fifteenth sireet station Twelfth
street station Ninth street station
Only l ransfer
The Depot Carriage and Gaggaga
EKVPMM AMI IHtOlDWAY,
FOR A CAhRIAQE OH BAGQACE WA00V
... Prompt snd Itellnlile , ...
NO PXTKV I H IC. ts I Hit MlillT VVOIttt
lake Michigan ind Late Superior Tranioorlatlon7ev
LAKE SUPERIOR STEAMERS.
THE GREAT LAKE ROUTE.
Otra 'III ftcwr letcil Miuuiiblp llitultetu,
8alllnga From Chlcaso.
For Mcklnc Itlind. leticii. le;iuj, Buffilo,
Toronto. etc l Mou lM, lum 1 Jl Wed. ! J J. M,
)ri DP M.Sat A. l . , , .
lorllatborbprluiM, I'eti-kev. CbMleTOli, etci Boa.
Uii. WtJ. sail' M.St U A M. .
ror Sault Ste Mtrle, Maniuette lltneock. IloutditgD,
ilblsiKl. Uululb.cu- i Tue iiU Irl III X
lllufctiatea rtiuphleti tnalled lre on arrhntlon,
MUSI AND ttCIi. IVH ADO N. WAIU (It. CU1CA4I
CHICAGO GHHAT VVL&rLHN UAII.WAY
t'hl Hi Paul At Minn 10 (mam 5 00 pin
St J Des M, .v. Chi 'J.Wpm 7.15 am
St I Dea M Chi IPSO put
k-a is? a si CITY. OSCLOLA SOUTHHKN
U or 1322, i
t It it'll i i t its
POPLLAIt ieotv PnlCK oitocuit,
SJ7 l MAIN 8THI3UT.
Your money worth always ind a great
desl more for It than ou eftn lltul any
where else No uncitnrf- of rpinllty, cither;
that s giirantec.) on ever) Mle.
Por to-driv only we will sell California
Ham, warranted nr(elas. nl CH lb.
Also nur bel Sslt Pork .. CHo
llondess HreakfitKt llaeon i'f
Swift's choice ?ilgiir Ctlted Hm Se
It IPs Llfrt, In bulk , ......Il 00
l.l lh White Lnbl Lnrd, In bulk H.SO
lb pail Patnlly Lard. Kc; I0 lbs. ,..,..70c
B cn!lns) He
io Msttuns com oil, cans...........
I CANNKI) OODDS
potle) or Deviled Ham. I cans
i Martin Wagoner-Lund s Oyster. S can i
, Itiloxi. 2 lb ovstfrs. 3 enns
Dote I lb Hesters, cans
I a enns Columbia HImt Sslmon, 2 cans
I 3 eans link Ssilinoll ...,.,..
' 2 raps Lobsters
Shrimp ... can
lo s Little Neek Clam lc can
7 boxes nil Ssrdines .. 3Se
4 tans Mustard Sardines) .................. 1 1 '
2 b.ms Impotted Sardines
3 tans Itasplierrleti or Strawberries .... 25i
3 inns (looseberrles or lllaekbrrles ... 2m
1 cans Corn or Tomatoes "J
2 cans California Peaches or Penrs .... SS
2 tans I'nlifornin Plums or Cherries .. 2r,
5 can grated or 2 of sliced Pineapple .. J"
2 cans Hoast or Corn beef . V
2 lb. cans Hoslon llnkei lieans ....Se can
3 1 lbs.
line ilranuHted Sugar Jl M
No. 2 (Itnnillaled Sugar JIM
Itrown Sugar II r
Pow tered tl ()
lo Potatoes IXM bushel
Lemons 20c dor.
1 r.'h Uggs 2 dor. '
Coitntrv Itutter 10c lb
Sioutlne. sntiie ns Sapollo Bo enke
2 boxes Prench Shoe' lli.icklug r
lis take stove Polish &
titv bottle Lemon or Vanilla Uxtrnet . .2"e
r. 2 or bottles Lemon or Vanilla Extract Lie
le bottle or Laundry Illun V
2 ni) lbs ('base A Sanborn's Coffee ...ile lb
Arm nud Hammer Sodn . ..
Dwlithl s Sodn, eJO lb. cases .
'r bbl Pickles
,13 2." case
, J 2" cisn
..J3 75 bid
.J2 2o enso
Sodn Crackers, 21 3-lb. boxes In
Soda Crn'kers. 27 lb. boxes
(linger Sniitis. 2J-lb boxes
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llorsesline Tob.lero, 12 lb. UUtl ....
Out f Sight. 15 lb butt
tlrev Higle. 21 lb butt
100 lb r.xi Albuckle's Coffee
CO lb case Jersey Coffee
1,0 lb. case Hrd Cross Coffee
f.0 lb rune (Iround Coffee
50 Ings llroken Jnvn
f.0 bngs Palry Dark Clreen Cooffe .
r.0 bags Afrlenn (been Java
70 It) chest Tea Dust ,
TS lb chest (lunpowder Tea
3-1 lb. chest Imperial Tea
70 lh chest Kugtlsh Hreakfast Tea
70 lb chest Japan I'ncolored
70 lb chest Young llvson
. 2i)o lb
. 20c 11)
.. c lb
. 220 lb
. :.c lb
. Lie III
viisfuie, t-epper, c innnmon, lunger,
Cloves linking Powder In 10 lb lots e"e lh
Parlor Mib-hes enc gross
Sulphur Matches 55c gross
Chow Mixed or Plain Pickles, In gal
lon bottles, C lu n case J1.30 ease
Pepper Sauee EOc dor., bottles
", pint bottles tine Pickles do dos
White Lnbel Catsup S5c doz
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TKPSrnPS SALE Whereas, Anna M.
Morrison und David 11 Morrison, her bus.
band by their certain deed of trust dated
the li'-lh dii) of September, 1SJ1, and filed
for rei ord and recorded on the 10th day of
September, lv'il In the otllco of the recorder
of eleeds for J.ii kson county, Missouri, nt
Kansas Clt, lu book 11 No. 47s, at page
-'e0, com ) i'd to the undersigned trustee
the following described real e-stnte, situate
In the count) of Jni kson, state ot Mis
souri, to-wlt The north twenty-live (25)
feet of lot number nineteen (10), and tho
south twelve and one-half (12'i) feet of lot
number twenty (."O), In North Altamont an
addition to the City of Kansas, now Han
sa City, Missouri, as the same nre mark-d
nnd designated on the corrected plat of
North Aliamont, of record In the otllee of
the r.'carder of deeds of said Jnekson coun
tv. tn tiust. however, to secure the pay
ment of one first mortgage real estate ne
gotiable note nnd four Interest coupon
notes. In slid deed ot trust deserlbed. nnd
whereas. It is provided In salil deed of
trust that In case default Is mnde In the
pj)mem of said notes, any part thereof, or
ail) nf the Interest thereon, when due, then
the said trustee may proceed to sell snld
propel t). In said eleed of trust deserlbed
and hereinbefore described, and any and
even pin theieof and whereas, default
has been made in the payment of the salil
llrst mortgage r-al estate negotiable note,
and the same Is past due nnd remains un
paid, now, thi'te-fore, publlr notice Is here
pv given that 1. the undersigned trustee,
will by virtue of the .r".i'horlt) in me vested
b the terms nf salil deed of trust, and at
the reepnst of the legal owner nnd holder
of said note, proi eed to sell nnd sell tho
real estate hereinbefore elescrlbed nt public
vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash, at
the rront door or tlee court house (where
the circuit court 1 held), In Kansas City
j i Kson eoiiniy. .vussoun (ine same oeing
the pouih front door of the new court
house located on the block of
t, round bounded by Missouri nve
nue, Oik, Plfth and Locust streets),
lu sale! K insas City, on Friday,
tho 12th dnv of July, lx''5, between the houis
of nine oVIook In the forenoon anil live,
o e lock in theafternoon of slid dn), to pay
snld note nnd the costs and expenses of
executing 'his trust.
PISA Nix S nnnvns. Trustee.
i., . , i., a iiii.a l-i",ti KCllnni ,-,.x"t-.c.
In iiicordancu with the provisions of an
net uf the general assembl) of the state of
... I ..lll.t .'A., ,..., ,n ......1 .. -
ae t oi uiv Ki-iit-i.ii uweiuuij oi tut, siaie oi
Missouri, entitled "An net to repeal nr
tlile 3 of chapter 11J of the Hevised Siai
utes of Missouri of lx'.'. ald article be i,g
UitltU'd 'tuganUiiilon of school dlstrb ts in
cities of ovei one hundred thousand and
less than three handled thousand inhaui
tants," und to emu t In lieu thereof a new
arttcle pioviding for the organisation and
government of school dlstrn is In cities of
.. .. l...n.1pMl lliniiunnl i..l 1...... h ..
utri ,ine inii..,.'.. .... .....i n---, iiiao
...... A l,...wlr...l ihnnt.inil 1,1 hfl till , ,.,- n...
iiiirr ,, .ii.-. ..w" ...... -...u.i..,,.0 .,-
, ,,....). ttu, 1X1.1 se.,1. .1 t.i.l ..ill ...
stale me raie ui ni'itai imti mr ouuKini
rorpurutioii, iibsoelatlon or Individual bunk
er making It. offers to pi on the fund
and niune)s of snld school district for th'
term of two )tais mt ensuing the dab
. . ..1.1 1.1. 1 I1,. Il 111.) It1,1lt ).., ... . n..,n.,.iU.
on the part of the bliliter, and that If his
bid shall be the h ghost he will enter Into
tlm bond provid.-d h) law. All bids re
lelvnl will be publicly opened, .it tha hour
named, at the ottlce of the board. Tho
board resirves the right to reject any and
all bids. The Interest to be pild upon said
funds und moneys will be computed upon
the dailv bniames to the credit of Ihe
i.bool dlstrii t with said depositor), ami
vclll be pa) able lo the treasurer of th.
school dlstikt on the llrst da) of cub
month. Purilur Information may be ob
talncd ut the olllce of the board, corner
LUhth and Oik streets.
it. I., yiiaorr. President,
Attest W 11 1IHNSON Secretary.
tl'lrst publication. Juno 5th, U3J.)
NOTK'K up TUL'STEB'S SALL-Whre.
ai, on April Wlh, loii. John Torpey and
Lucena Torpey his wife, made, executed
ond delivered ihelr deed of trust for the
purpose of securlm? the payment of one
bond for the sum of J.3i In said deed of
trust ieK;rlbed vv herein the) convejed to
Ihe iindersm-iicd, David Ii lttlen, trustee,
the following described real etiate, ltu
sted tn the county of Jackson and state of
Missouri, to-wlt. Lots numbered nineteen
(ID). twent)-one (il) and lent. three C2),
In St John A Dawson's addition to the
my of Independence. Jlistourl, accordlm;
to the recardel plat theieof, tOKelher with
all the Improvements and appurtenances
thereunto belontttn;', and whereas, en the
17th day of April, IbSJ. at ):M o'clock p. m ,
said deed of trust ai duly recorded In
book 173, at page I'll, of the records of said
Jackson county, at Independence. Mis.
tourl, and whereas, tald deed of trut pro,
vides that upon non-payment of the debt
secured by tald deed ot trust by the mak.
r thereof, the property therein described
may b sold by the trustee for the purpose
o( raising the money to pay the debt there
by secured; and whereas, said Indebtedness
Is now past due and unpaid; now, therefore,
publl" notice Is hereby given that 1, the
undersigned, David II, Kitten, the trustee
named Tn said deed of trust, under anj by
virtue of the authority vested In me by
said a eed of trust, at the request of the
owner of tald bond, will proceed to sell tbe
above described real estate, at public ven.
due, to the hlchest bidder, for cash, at the
east front door of the county court hous
of Jackson county, Mlisourl. at ludeuend
tnce the county seat of said county, belni
the bulldlnB in which the circuit court
held at Independence, on Thursday, th
27th day of June. A. D. ISM. between th.
hours of 9 o'clock In tn forenoon and I
o'clock In the afternoon of said day, for thi
purpose of raisins tbe money to pay th
amount of u h Indebtedness, with tnteres
and taxes advanced by tbe owner of saW
bond, and cot of executlns this trust,
vvuvi. U.A.YID H. ETTIEN. Trustee.
iluie, .i,.,i. ii . -. .- ...... ...M9 ii, iin
lee.ived liy lli- board of directors of the
hihool district of Kansas Clt) J.uksun
county, .Missouri, up to 12 o clock noon of
Mondrt), Iho Mil day of Jul). A D IS05
fiom any banking corporation, asso. union
or individual banker In said school ellstrlct
that m.i) desire to be selected ns the de
pository of the mone6 and funds of said
sehool dlstiict. I.ach bid or proposal must
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