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T1IH KANSAS OiTV JOURNAL, KIMDAV. .lljf.Y n. lSDo.
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CARPET SOLDIERS FIGHT,
ntn simt n.vrrt.i: .r camp hav
l)( K lllltll.l.s I III-. stl. 1.01 isans
Tim ihootlni: lij- (he Artillery and Infantry
Mas Said to llo Wry Mfrllkr-flnr
i-rnor Mimic Itcebnes llin
Troops nml Sprnkn,
t. j-uls. Mo, July 4. Til point of nt-
lanee tn-dny was (lie mrmi sticft-
fV ful .if thp Vwk thus far t Camp linn
J ock. The day oiwiied hot ntnl clow-,
phi tow-am .noon ciotuis nrgan to
Rather, obwtirlnR tho mm, mid a cool
J 'U brce-0 jiprnnB up. Dettplte the Ihtenton
j At Iiijt aspect of the ky flml the ftict that
ram feu for an hour nuritiR tlm after
noon, Ihtrti-nnd". of people came to the
iamp At the sheim battle, wlirn the
si cutest number of people were present,
thr Brand aland, club ground and atl
JninlnK open spaees wens Jammed full
i-f humanity, and It was estimated that
over 30,000 people were on the grounds.
Independence day at Camp Hancock
was ushered In by the litliif? of the
Intlmial paltile. After a praml guard
iH..iil ri..b..A Q....... .. Stl,.-......! .. .. .
I iiivijii, viuiri uui r-ttititj, ui .iii?9uui I, tiji-
peareil and delivered an eloquent, patrl-
die oration, later Introducing Miss
Lilian It. Pierce, who rend the D-oelnrn-tluii
of Independence to the grand stand
full of people. The day was replete
with Interesting events. Early In the
r. ttj morning the artillery contest for $3,000
"J t In prlzoei began, and while this was
ovvii j.roiL'Cdlng there were exhibition drills
t-rv 1,y various companies. Several concerts
i ! were hold, and these, with the other at-
lt, tractions, brought out an Immense
i.i'il crowd of people, who remained through
i fit, out the day and viewed the sham battle,
cr",ll dress parade and display of firework''.
i'i- i In tnt artillery contest four batteries
t'nj dlllled for the three prizes of 42,000, $750
I, !,;( u ml J-.lo respectively. One section of
cm t each battery was put through their
Hi a pace. Uattery A, of St. Louis, com
t V manded by Captain V. M. Itumbold,
."' was tho first on the Held. It was fnl
nnlS '"wpa b the Knckvlile, Ind.. light
tln-5 artillery, under the command of Captain
So 1-" II. Stevenson: the Pallas, Tex., artll
tho t lcry company. First Lieutenant V. V.
runs! Uiythe, and the Indianapolis lliilit nrtll-wai.-eryi
Captain James 15. Curtis. Tho last
il'iyfj three nnmed have been through numer
r"rtJ'"us COItcsts and have borne off many
dosljc" Hrst prizes. Naturally the contest bo
alTtu tween them was very sharp and exclt
per a'Ing. Their .dilllhig, as well as that of
anil s tho home battery, was cheered to tho
ernwt crn0 by tllc "H'eutntors.
hinnit Uesplte the lowerlnR clouds that
an 1 threatened rain, tho ginnd stand nml
KJVen'f'Uch of the room on tho Held not oc
liecnSlcupled by the troops was crowded by a
inchei multitude of people, who came out to
tr'h! BOf tno encampment and tho sham battle
JivlJ'iespeelall-. All the troops In camp en
So , jgageil In tho battle, In addition to the
a Re entire First regiment Infantry, National
i-ess tClaurd of Missouri, battalion of cadets
hiy. itund tho two troons of United .States
ni theoavnlry. According to the programme,
'oli;hf . r 1 -1 ...-.1 .. .. r-t
lihi(iTlv ' ' liauui't-'K v. u UfSlhlliuni ,ir u lull,
ihtvwltli half of the troops as u garrison.
, "Ut'n..nli,ln ni.nm. 'PI.I...I T T ,, 1 1 -wl Ulnlnu
'lire, ecavalry. commanded the fort. He was
to pr'upposed ly the otlier half of the troops
ni'iy unuer tne cnmmnnu or taptain jonn .
C,'?i . Miller, of the J'lioenlx light infantry of
'""''.Das inn. o.
or p-i Captain .Miller's in my was supposed to
tunitfl'e on the march, hit; scouts, who enmo
Tjneross th' fnit, bringing him word of Its
proNlmlly. He Immediately sends out
f u lino of skirmishers to feel the enemy s
.,, Htreiiglh and position. These and sev-
i ' f oral larger bodies of Captain Miller's
,.l .. ... ...... .I.....I ..-I.. ... lin fltl.llUf
. :' 11111 MIV 1 .-llll.T, "II, lll'll ,H- It, 11,11.,
of tl orders up his entire force and attacks
iali he fort. Captain Chase sallies forth
of ei ivltli his entire command, both atmlcs
Hint- f ,, in 1 i. of battle and a general
tgement opens, in which after mini
I eliavges and counter charges, tho
'isiin Is driven into the fort and llnal
linmreil. The lirlng by the artillery
-'"faiitrj" was very like a battle,
H" ,- charges of the United .States
lo-lctf'"1-0 VPI'y thrilling and reiil
potltlon celdonts of any consequenco
pro-NP.is received to-day from tho
-rs 'retaiy oi riovcrnor .Mattnews,
taaa, announcing his inability to
r the encampment. He is now In
n'lie Kat with his family and will not
n i urn home before the Stb Inst.
fluvi-rnor Stone and his staff reviewed
tin. dnss parade this evening. With
liim were (Jovernor Itlchards and stalf,
of Wyoming, and Adjutant General
Meauy, of New Jersey.
(iovernor Hlehards and his start ar
, lived from Wyoming this morning and
wero mi't by the McCirew Ouards, who
escorted the distinguished visitors to the
Jockey Club. Adjutant General Meany
Is. hero as the representative of the
governor of New Jersey.
Ure.it preparations are being made for
the reception of Secretary of War Ran
Lamont and his party, who will arrive
from tho West In a special car on Sat
nrd.iv. A salute of twenty-one guns
will 1)0 ilred upon tho arilval of tho
chief of the war department at tho
camp, and an escort of United States
regulars and militia, under command of
Major lieyes, of Jefferson barracks, com
mandant of Camp Hancock, will be
The programme for to-morow Is an
especially Interesting one, tho principal
eent being a contest between Zouave
eompanle for threo prizes of $1,500, $500
rmd $J50 respectively. Tho companies
that will contest tiro tho Hole Zouaves,
Captain Cusll Loelitman, Kansas City;
Walsh, Zouaves, Oupulu William Hey
mun, llie Iltivll Up to Date.
YThe popular emitemporary cotiocptkin of
Ra'an Is ot a highly successful man of the
wortd. It Ii ndinltivd that there are shady
fiiots. In his jiiist hlxtory, that he has done
home things that 1m hhould regret, that
he- Is a liuxiirdoim asfo.'iate and un unsafe
nerson 10 luivo transactions with. Hat
'onvir-ely It U reullzfil that he Is rich,
powerful and attuutive, and intimately
concerned and interested In piomotlag the
mateiial prosp -rlty of the humun race,
lie Is known to be full of enterprise and
imblle Mill It, disposed to mako things
!ilea.int, and owerfuI In carrying tho wn
ternrlsts with which he is concerned to a
pruiltuble l-ue. H is true that lui s uti;
ik-rstoo.l to be uuicruriiilous, hut It Is felt
that tiu'ce.is excuses very miieh, and that
when an Individual has attained a position
which enable;, him to be uneful to the pub
lic it Is nil.tJ'to to be qver-nlca alioiit
lejectlne his goon olllcea because in early
life when his necessities weio moru press-
nir' his lnolliods or nlllllatlons wero not
alvvais such ai a conscieailoiis person
could approve. nom inu auiy nuriDiier.
S60St. Louis and retura-iS 60.
i sn U 1 milu nna W.ir Jl f.l)
nek JS.'TTK'.' "",? ",i, if it'""
Orrouian '-""-'"" - ""
ii.ift: i n n I r-r ITlTllflO DJ llIDCT
w'V'i onicr utoio oi yint
SoW '1'n. Jull" l military balloon ex.
hd to ed to-day ia tho bhed of barracks.
oun l. eo soldiers were injuiea aim oao oi
U I1U3 biiiuo uieu.
dependence, Kas July A, (Special.)
irles Ityan. the joung man Injured a
days ago by the breaking of an emery
1, died this afternoon,
don, July i. Mrs. Pearl Cralgle (John
,'i Jlobbs), has been granted a divorce
grounds ot cruelty ana uniattntui-V-
the part of her husband.
H the par
Ill, as mad'
Ihois, to b
on, July 4. oulclal announce
made at the White Housa to-
loiniment ot wnns j. .Moore,
be chief of the weather bu-
Mr. -Moore's commission arrived
morning- from dray llables. Ilo will
.-ume his pew duties within a few days.
Auburn, N. Y July i. William J. Moses,
vner und editor of the Ilulletln, died sud
: nly at bis home in this city to-day of
,poplexy. He was Ii years old. He was
postmaster under Cleveland in ISSt and
held a high place in tho councils of the
Democratic party, both state and national.
Chicago, July 4. A special from Wash
ington bays; Another secret organization
has been formed la this county for politi
cal purposes. It Is called the Order of the
Supremo Temple, Silver Knights of Amer
l4, and Its headquarters arc at H20 New
York avenue, In this city. As the nam
Indicates, the purposu of the society Is to
adva-nco the cause of free coinage of sil
ver. The knights ure chartered la Virginia
as a corporation.
READY WITHJIS ADVICE,
The Jlsn Wl.l Kniw ,1nt Mhiil llo
Onclit lo lo lit iiiiinirri
The man who know- Jii't what 1 nWM
mrr for health and c.mf"rt In hot wenthir
M around one rnori He talk to in In
the .treel and he wr!ts to us in the news
piper. He ndmonlh us as to fool,
drink and clothing. He ihmih well, but he
Is rather tedloit-.
V know a. welt it he thtt nummrr l a
trying tim, even for robiut people. Never
do we stand more in need of wmc arttftcy
to build up and to msinlaln ih whole y
tem in a working state; to tone th stom
aeh o that food Is promptly and perfectly
dlKcstwl, and to sooth the exerted nerves.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whl'key fits the situ
ation exactly, tt l Immediately refreshing
and It corrects the feeling of heaviness In
the stomach which ometlrnc follow a
free Indulgence in the fruits and vegetables
that eem to be wholesome enough, but
contain dnngTnus germ.
For the languor and deprelfln followimr
even moderate labor in the summer there's
nothing to compare with n stimulant of
high medicinal onablltt-s( nnd that ii Just
what Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is.
Families who go Into the country, far,
perhaps, from drug stores or groceries,
take a supply of this standard article,
which has proved Its value so often In
time of emergency. Only one word of cau
tion is necessary: Ue sure to refuse alt
substitutes for Duffy's.
tiii: rint'iti: or w.wt.
The t'e nf Mnilrni (tiiii Will Net ettntn :i
(imiiBii In iaiUd.
The modern pun- will make (treat
ohatiKes In the art of war, nnd the plan'
employed in former ciunpftln by the
Kreat commander- will recele miny modi
llcatlous. Defen-lie bauds uill be at a
premium, and defenlve warfare will be
simplified. Armies will maneuver for posi
tion, and the general- coiiimandlng Uiem
will gain fame by movements skillfully
condui ted to concentrate their scattered
battalions at the proper time, with the pur
pose of forcing an ant.iKonist to itlve rather
than accept battle. If a campaign with a
designated objective point Is planned, and
the strategy is off ensue on the part of on
or the coiuinnndcrs. If possible his tactic-"
will be defenshe, llotlle armies will keep
at greater dl-iances and In opn country
out of sight of each other, unle-- tliey can
take up a line at night and Intrench, and
direct flunk movement will not he at
tempted wherp troop arc Mlile beforo
the nstault. Field balloons will locate the
position, and photoKiaphy mark the form
ation of contending force, while telephones
and electricity will play prominent parts In
tho war drama. Night marching and night
attacks will ho more freqmnt, and columns
of troop organized to chariie stationary
position will bo moved under datkness
to close point so that the harge at dawn
will occupy the Hhortest time possible.
Ilagtng battles will be fought by lnfantr
and artillery, and one of the problems, will
be the protection of the hurst- that draw
tho guns. Temporary lleldworks cannot
shelter them, and unless hills alfoid pro
tection they will perish In the leaden hall.
C'avalrv will not be emploved on tho main
held of battle, but on the flanks of armies,
against cavalry. Cavalry chieftains will no
longe-r assail Infantry or artlllLry. antl no
more cnarges will be recorded like thofee
of Ponsonby nt Waterloo or Murat at Jena.
This arm will still be elTeoilve in recon
naissances, piLketlng, guarding trains, ami
as escorts; but except In small bodies lis
use tor advance and rear-guards will be di
minished. The target pre-ented 1" too
large to be risked before Hold-guns Ilrlng
with great rapidity, even If several miles
distant, as well hs before Itifantiy rllles
Incessantly flashing a mile away.
M.-ineiiM-ilng a , avalry corps with, ny,
10,000 horses on a future battlefield would
be it hlg'h type or cruelty to .inimals, lint
the regiments, brigades, ami divisions com
posing it can still n nder good service.
Thej can bo moved with celerity long dl--tunces,
and the Hoopers, except the horse
holders, can be dismounted unci used as In
fantry their model n carbine Ik lug nearly
as eiteciive as the magazine illlo of Hie
Infantryman; but It will bo most dllllcult
to protect tho hotses while locating them
in such a position as to n.ich their riders
or be reached by them quickly, when ncc
Perhaps the most Interesting problem to
be solved by thoi-e who organize armies
In Uio future is the disposition and ar
rangement of the Immense ammunition
trains. The greedy guns must be fed, and
great will be their rapacity. Next to the
commanding general and his principal as
sistants wiil lank in Impoitaiice the Hold
chief of ordnance, who has the location
ol supply depots, and the managenit nt of
the tiunspoiiatlon of large und unall cart
ridges to the combatants. The continual
replenishing of caisson and limber boxts,
tho smaller charges lor infantrj during
actual conflict, and thu .safety nnd clll
clency of vast trains whole electric or
steam roads cannot be constructed, will
require a brave, enterprising, ciml, vigilant
olllccr of conspicuous ability and executive
The medical departments, too, must be
reoignnUed and enlarged to convey the
disabled to Held hospitals, for ll Id am
bulances cannot be placed close to battle
lines, and the numbers of tho wounded
will be greatly Inert used.
Thu great caplulns of future wars will be
those who rally comprehend the distrue
tive jioutr of tmprnvtd cannon and muiiII
nuns, and whose calm ami fertile IntelPet
will grasp the Importance of so maneuver
ing as to forco the antagonist to gHo of
femslvo battle, and who will never bo
without a "clear conception of tho object
to bo achieved and tho best way of
achieving It." They will parry and tenoe
llkn groat swordsmen, but they will thrust
only when the tnomy rushes upon them.
Tho July Century.
tiii: liiuvuu: a ini.i:i.K.
Its Lightness anil Weight-Carrying rapac
From tho Engineering Magazine.
It seems- aosoluuly Impossible that a
wheel thirty Inches in diameter, with a
wood rim and wire spokes so light that tho
whole structure weighs only twt nty ounces,
should sustain, without pennant nt distor
tion, tho weight of four mm btanding on
Its side, with Buppotts at tour points only
undor the rim, and no hub support what
ever. It also seems Incredible that a cycle enpa
blo of carrying a man of lw) or lia pounds
In weight can bo made so light that the
wholu structure weighs less than nine
pounds. Yet this has been done, even at
the roadster weight of twenty-two or twenty-four
pounds, the cycle cat lies a greater
loatl with safety than has eer been put on
any other vehicle.
The Influence ot the cycle on social life
is already great, and will piohably urn
ataiilly extend, 'is It provides an outdooi
sport und amusement tor women which did
not previously exist In any lurtii in Amer
ica. American women aio not walk' is,
but the ejele Is, puhup, even better silli
ed to womans use than man's, ami seems
destined to add an outdoor element to tho
life of woman tho world over, whhh was
not iwsslblo without the "wlng-d wheel"
Tho miiaclo of the bicycle lies In its
bilth, death and resurrection; in its In
credible loatl bearing power in pioportlon
to weight; In Its dl-placem, nt of the- horse
as a means of pleasure, and In the selec
tion ot Its mecliunlc.il details of compresst,!
air support, tubular framing und chain
All ut theso nre details often before In
troduced In machines, but never beforo
permanently retnlnod. That these cast
oil's are undeniably power savers is con
vincingly proved by tho continued use un
der human musclo driving power.
Finally, tho one great achievement of the
bicycle Is to IncriMso the humun powers ot
locomotion so that tho slow footed man is
made ono of tho swiftest of all running
Lasktilug a Hear,
After an hour's weary tiavellncr down
thu winding way we camo out on the plain,
and found u umall cow outllt belonging to
Mr, Stevens, and under a troa lay our dead
silver-tip, while a half-doziu punchers
squatted about It. It happened that threo
of them hud been woiktng up In tho foot
hills, when they heard thu dogs, and bhoit
)y discovered the bear. Having no guns,
and being on tulrly good ground, they
colled their liatus and piepatt.d to do bat,
The sllver-tlp was badly blown, and tho
threo dogs which had stayed with htm wero
so tired that they sat up at a respectful
distance and panted and lolled. Tho II rat
rupo went over llrulu's head and one. paw.
There lies tho danger. Hut instantly num
ber two flew straight to tho maik, and tho
ponies surged, while ilruln stretched out
with a roar. A third rope got his other
hind leg, and tho puncher dismounted and
tied It to a tree. The roaring, biting, claw
ing mass of hair wus practically helpless,
hut to kill him was an undertaking.
"Why didn't ou brand him und turn him
loose';'' I usked of tho cowboy,
"Well," said the puncher, in his Texan
drawl, "we could have branded him all
right, but we might have needed souu
help In turning him loose."
They pelted him with malpals, and fin
ally stuck a knife into a vital part, ami
then, loading him on u pony, they biought
him in. It was u daring performance, but
was regarded by tho "punchers" as a. great
joke. Frederick Uemlnetou, in Harper""
Magazine for July.
s. 11. All ItDWI
l'rrli Vegetable An- .Vcicltl III funi
liter 1 lute,
From the Mnltlmnre American.
While tx-lmltlte mm subsisted on the
prodtii ts of tho lloli.s. forest and Rtrenm
without the all of nnk., it should be our
aim lo live neir that nindltlon by tnklni-morr-
nnd more of thoe food- hi. h de
mand the least use of heat or tookimr in
in frlii tins uncnoki d food mut al
ways be vlsllnnt to ue thnl Mil h I per
fectly mnind nnd in gnwl c.in.lltloii, n. Itht-r
nhrtpe nor overript With tomato-s l t
ttlec, feminine, ciienmher. . s tin.i tl-e tm
ineious other plants of Hie kit- It. n l h p ii,
we can make comb in alien- for i miiiiih r
meal which alnwn . x lu.le ,-r.ils r.r
main substance. Iteef (onicue, with 1. 1
luce ABtl beet, or fih and cu. umber. ch. k
en or game with rres- or t-immtie, and to
matoes With Just enough well baked ln id
to help out a meal, tiff'ts a iepii it
tractlve, SBtlBf.Vinit and ntitritlmis to the
majority trf feeders.
Contrary to ki tiers I notions, the un of
fat In the form of salad oils should V en
couraged in summer t.e It be remetn
beinl that the more oil we take the le-n
breail We need, one ounce of oil will do a
much duly n food n- two and it half
ounces of dry stnreh or live ounces ef
bread and Is much easier digest"!
The quantity or nil we can i on-iitne l"
very small, and onto the appetite l nc
qulred, dl-ientltin will be greiitl', Improved.
Salnd might certainly be used twke a dnv.
There Is nnother aipect to this feature of
food of great value, observation will
tench the Inquirer that the thirsty souls
who can mver net enough natir to drink
of any kind are thoso who consume mel
starchy substances, , for Instntice, boll, d
potntoif, bread having Utile ivoll browned
trust nnd pies, rhinp Mtaiop ami almn
dnnt flour are not always utumxeil lib s.
Ings. With these there Is nenb .1 a high
degree of expfrlence and skill from the
coolt to preptire such nrtielr In n way
least Injurious to the stomach and Intes
tines. In summer digestion needs to be vigor
ous, nnd to Insure this end we ought to
avoid as much as possible the use of foods
which dlgtvst in the Intestines, to which
clas bread and potatoes belong.
Salads nre t till Utiles valuable ns cool
ing and refreshiiiff food, and are besides
ovellcnt food for promoting .sleep.
The salad dressing doe- not often re
quire the took stove to prepnre It, since
oil, vinegar, eream nntl eggs may be used.
The tn-te nnd sentiment ot every Indi
vidual may be rqhfulted by varying the
form of service to any conceivable ex
tent. Tho number of salad articles prepared
front cooked gnr.leu stuff ate ns varied ami
entloliur as Hie most .lellrate appetite
toiild desire. Prom the health ntniirlnolnt
It would be illllh tilt to choose- a more de
licious plant than the tomato, cither new
er cooked. The extent to whleh this beau
tiful fruit-vegetable Is used and Its yearly
Increasing uses attest Its value as a impu
lar favorite. The enormous quantities
used for the manufacture of ketchup, can
ning and for soup give promise or a still
larger consumption during the winter "en
sons. 1'or rheumatic and kindred evils the
mild acids or the tomato mo extremely
claoful as a solvent or dot idesl power.
tim: .MiniiiiiNiuii iiicani.
A Wlno 1 It it Is ."More llxpenslvo Thill
(ii. imp tgiie nml Itnrtl lit elet.
Washington Post: The most expensive
wine manufactured Is not ihumpagne, ns
most pi ople Imagine. A Post reporti r,
w hllo dining nt one of the leading estab
lishments In the city, In looking over the
wine list, discovered a spe les which is
seldom quot'd In n bill or fare. It Is a
Ithlno wine from the private vlnevntd of
Prince Mi-tternlch and sells for 5S u quart.
A wine expert pit-sent said the xlniynrd
Is on tho side of ii hill overlooking the
lthlnc, which Is not accessible ect pt to
human reel. As a result all the work has
to be done by hand. Tho grapes have to
be carrltd down the hill on tho shoulders
or men and In a like manner fertilizers
has to be transported up the declivity.
The sun shines on tho vineyard only at
certain hours of tho day, and In this way
the gi.ipn lecelves a flavor that distin
guishes the wlno from that of any other
"IJrlng us u bottle of Motternloh," said
the wine export to the waiter. "Don't bo
alarmed," he added, in answer to the pro
test ot his friends, as the waiter dlMip
peated, "tliete's not a restaurant In Wash
ington that can fill the order, til guaran
tee." The waiter soon leturned and whispered
something In his ear.
"He says he has some line Ithlno wlno
nt $1.7; a quart, but thevie Just out of the
Mettetnlch linend," snid the wlno expert,
with a faint smile. "I thought to. lit lug
us a bottle of .S.uilerno."
The motnl aluminium lends Itself so
readily to all manner of conditions nnd
manipulations that It naturally falls Into
strange us,.,.. a patient In an Ilnglish
hospital hud a virulent disease of the e-ar,
ami, although tho hearing was eventually
lestored, the external mean hail to bo
removed. The house sutgoou proposed to
replace It by aluminium. An artlllclal ear
was molded In wax to match the healthy
oar on the opposite- side, reproduced In vul
tatiite ami aluminium, und tinted and
enameled to harinunlze xvlth the complex
ion. A support for the aitlfleinl ear was
devised, and adhesion to the head was se
cured by meai s or a suurated solution
of mastic In .ihsolnte ah ohol. The man
tan now In-ir ,t- vv.ll as ever and tho sub
stitution defies d.'tt . Hon.
V) -will '
joarlrcseiuefttSKi'oiireesebfci:"-, without chir-9.
1 nun r-niliicu i rrc.
DID WALNUT ST
KANSAS CITY, MO.
O.N ItKilW.N't LAKH. Iltirllngtoii. Wis (Tl
miles from e'hlo.tgo, Wis Cent. IE. It, and C M .
4 Si. Paul It H i l,rovos. foliages,
Itow boats bte.un It dues Water Tobog
gans naming Ha I Ladies -mil Uontleinen's
How ittig Alley ami lllliuid lioonii All modern
liiiluuvuiuFiits Heme lights in rooms and
grounds, tirtlifsii-i. steam Itarges In ll.itliuu
lirmuuls u.tlly i'.ui--i llaililug i, rounds In
Slate, rine Llteiy. 1 me Uiives. Itefeiouces
N' llKMilMAV. Jit. Manager.
Pomet lines needs a rellnbln
monthly regulating medicine.
Areproiiipt safe nml certain lu result. Tho genu
Inn tUr. Ivul'si iiet.ilis,iiiiHint Kent anywhere,
W V Zahner, druggist, cor. Grand ave.
and 1-th st , Kansas City, Mo.
THE OTI. THAT I.ltnitirATI'.S MOST III
fa I ILL Jl.V.NUl'Ati'lKLH 11 V
VACUUM OIL GO.
Uut to buy It-and you will net 11 lulu
original pcU.gta-go to
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
Itobl. C. AVliito & Co.
Live Slock Commission Slcretanfe,
Kunsaa City Stock Yitrtls.
Consignments nnd correspondence solicit
ed. Market reports free uwu application.
CONS. CATTLE, HOGS, SHEEP lo
Lone -4r Star
For Uest Results. A New Company,
Capital. $100,000. Telephone 110.
Kansas City Stock Yards.
Market reports furnished. Write us.
FARMERS, FEEDERS, SHIPPERS
CATTLE, HOGS ami SIIEEI1 to
Ben L. Welch & Go.
Stock Yards. Kansas City, Mo.
Market report furnished. Wrlto us.
W. J, Anderson,?1
HOi Delaware at., Kansas City, Mo. Com
mercial I'aper, Stock und liond. .teal
' ir -sj
flood business pnper. strong makers nntl
Ifldors-rs, or good tollatcinl Silt h ns can
hrsr invesihention can he used promptly at
Parties having such piper to offer ple"s
er.fr-sp n I evlth Us Ti-P phone r.12.
tillCAIHIaitdKANwVXt 11 t OMMIsnlON
M. II. AIH'.IX I't nil! Ilelnnre lrrrt.
Houston, . iliie Go-
fSuccfsors tj Wm J Wollman ft Co)
BONDS, STOCKS l -V.Vi,-i"iV.,A1,
."- Iti tint ;irc Mri-rt. Kinsns I lie. "In.
A, J, GILLESPIE I M Sf?
A. ,t nll.Lf.SIMK
As CO ) J V UtM.n-U'lR
Commission Msrehnnts, Kansas city
Liberal ndvntiors mmln to parties feed
ing stork Having fe.dliur cattle on orders
n sptclnlry I lrresponde-neo solicited. Tel
ephone No lr.:3
C. Ii. PtJKNeMf. rresident.
wl AN Ni:r S'N tWretnry nnd Treasurer.
I sr tin IsHlii IHM,
Order- PM-euiid for fuiuiu delivery of
drain nnd Provisions
Hooms 20. .1 nnd 22. P-i-hntu-e hi Ig.
Private wires to Chicago, New York and
AULLS Commission Co.,
1 11.1 Nru lork Life llllllillllg,
le-lcpliono '.MHS. LANSs I I V. MO.
Healers In fltlAIN nnd PltOVlfilnNls for
cash or future delivery, nnd ItAII.ltOAP
STOCKS and litiN'H.t Orders hy mall or
telegraph promptly e-eeuted.
I.eti.eil Wires to ( hlfiigtt nntl Netr York,
liefer to Iirndstrecfs and linn's Mercan
tile Agencies. New llr.glaud Bate Uepo-lt
mill Trust I'oinpnny.
rem 5am: iti'.Aii i:m'atis
rOU SALi:-l!v H. T.. Johnson & Co.,
7Li New York Life bldg. :
,S00-,S roomtd house, coat 13.000 to luilld,
high, sightly lr atlon, lot tt rraced ahov-e
g-ade, south front, lit tne en IMh and 12th St.
cahles, lot 50-2OO feet; easy tonus; a bar
gain. Jl.liO-Mexlern 10 roomed frnme, furnace,
near end of Tronst cable, cast front, cost
$'." to build; must sell.
7,u0i-pri.'sscd hrlek, slate roof, nntlipio
onk tlnlshed resilience, In Llnvvood ami
Woodland district, 100 feet cottier, a beau
tiful place, In perfect condition, house cost
Ji,."it)ti, take some evchniige.
.l,ou0 7 roormd house and WvlBO feet,
Locust, near Mh, all Improvi ments mado
und pnld. The ground Is wotth It.
$l..r.0O niegnnt West side residence:
terms, 1-i iloun, balance on or before 10
yt.irs, with -1'i per cent Int. rest.
JtO.Oof) mansion on West side for cost of
foieclosn re about one-half.
''i.eioo House In Hvde park: "up to date."
J'l.W Utilise In llyde p-irk: private and
conllilcntl.il bargain; 0 cents on the dollar;
Ki ftet of ground.
J1.IW Iiouhlo brick, West side. Irtegular
front to represent; single house; rental.
9t-lllegant location, amongst tho na
bobs. to i:xcir.Nm:.
S roomed tulck. Locust, n.-.tr 3th, SlxlSO
ft ct, modern, for smaller house and larger
Double Hat, Intensely modern, steam heat,
hardwood and every convenience nntl new
nnd elegant; one U looms and one s rooms;
rent. $W); want good vacant ground to
$i0,000 properly paying '". per cent Interest.
The Improvements cost $mi(" originally
and are as good as new; rentil peimtinent:
building otic of the (lnest resilience prop
erties In the city: owner non-resident and
will exchangei in patt for good land or other
.'10 acres l',( miles east of limits, full view,
house, orchard, etc., want firm.
5 aon in In art of eltv foi farm.
$20,000 West si,,. business und residence
property, pajlng fj,f) tent oi S per cent
net; will take Jl.Ht.i re lelenci on name.
It acres nt :trt li and Ilolm.-s, adjoining
Klnvvood; 51 ,7."" per acre or 7r,il ier foot
Vacant lots at all prices and gtent bar
gains. I.-L. Jt).IlSt.' A. I'll.
Telephone 1t.li 7J1 N. Y. Life bldg.
MELL1ER PLACE AND
TIIT5 Klectrlo line Is running Ordinances
have Ikoii passetl cotnpellng a tr.n.f.r to
the bottoms in 12th and W.ilnui and Jt
Summit nnd the Southwest uuulev.irl: i
line will lie built Into the bottoms from the
south; Mth and Hell Is l'J miles nearer tho
sttiek yards thnn Slth and Troost, Wist
Kansas people nre now buying out south.
Do you want to get In on the ground floor
or will you wait till hind Is worth 4 to S
times what It Is now? ltemember MI'L
T.lllll l'LACll and llOANOKK nre the
highest and most beautiful additions to
Kansas Cltv : lots Won. ?S50, flOO, ), J.VA
J'rfni "I.V1. i'tf), $7.0. Whipple Loan oud
Ti u-t Company, agents, 110 V. Sth.
rui-inr.ttrcK's nir, hauoains-
J'M'xISI, corner, lies high anil nice, 1 blocks
from Vine st. ele-etrlc line; ground In this
li lnlty Is sold at $7 to 10 per loot. If you
take the 2' feet, I enn sell It to you for 1
ptr fool; one.-third each, balance 1, - and
:i ji'nrs, C per cent. This prlco is liottum
i tiown 10 i,i,i, wnica ts rocK ooiioiu.
See mo for the.ip houses; hnvo several.
v ' toe tot ci,e.tj lum, pooil! ttttti c.i.
Money to loan on teal estate.
! A. FltnUKUlCK. 31C N. Y. Life bldg.
roll SALi: invlio on Loiigmeadow (31th
street), W feet cast of Warwick boulevard,
JIIOO per ft., 200 ft. on Tracy nnd Stth.
Jir. no ,er ft., on Vine near 37th
JI.'.oo per ft. on llth near Walrond.
J.O.0U per ft., on 17th hoar Agnes.
A.00 in r ft., on 17th near tlellefoutalne.
II. T. WIIll'I'LL' & CO., 17 W. i)th.
l-'OU SALll S room house, bath room,
fine cellar, cistern, barn, fruit and grapes:
lot 231S0, on terrace, near threo cars and
good school; imiuire of tenant, n. o. cor.
2.1th and Wabash, for owner.
roil SALK Switch property In West bot
toms; 130 feet for only KO per foot. Theo
dore Wlnningham, 21i Am. Hank bldg.
l-'OH SALll Oil TltAOK A three room
house lu Argentine; clear. C. It. llubbell,
Western Dental col , 12 W. 10th St.
WU will build you a modern home and
sell It to you on easy paiine-nts. Meehan
l Itealty Co., Sheldle-y bldg.
lb I'V.n"' TOOT, lino lot on Wabash, he.
tween 21th and Howard, 37'.-12J. J, W.
Harlan, e.17 Whitney bldg.
WANi i:n iiai.i: iinr.i',
WAN'THll Mull and woman. either
single or man ltd: llrt to do general vyoik
on a farm and latter to cook, wash
and Iron; farm adjoins a village und has
ail the modern convenience" In house, us
vv. II us ouulde. Address I' 203, Journal
WANTKH Collector, $1.'; grocery clerk,
10 -. iiion men. 2S laborers nnd teamsters,
I'J film and dairy hands. 3 news agents
on uaiiui. Liberg's, 720 -Main, upstair.
WANTE1 A drug clerk with three or
four yen m' experience; must come well ice
ommeuded. Address I' 2u2, Journal oillce.
WANTIin 2 young mem, J12 a week;
news agents. !) West 5th tt., loom 3.
WANT1JD I men, wilier and Industrious;
vvuges J10 per week. CI Main tt.
WANTK1J rKHALU HLLl'.
WANT15D Competent girl for general
housework In small family; must be good
cook. Apply to-da .it 2loS l-'orcst avenuo.
WANTED Competent young girl for
houtevvoik: with good references; no wash
lug or Ironing. 3110 1'ccry ave.
WANTUD Competent white girl; general
housework; reference renulicd, 03tJ l-'rtc-liian.
ave., K. C, Kas.
WANTED SO girls and women for choice
places; (3 to ti per week, tilrs, Eabertr, 720
Aiir,u a cumpeieut wnno girr, rei
orenccs requited. Apply at 612 Woodlaud
WANTED A white girl for geueral
housework; S In family. DOS Grove tit.
and furnished rooms, 101 Vi East 12th. cor.
Walnut. Tel. 1179. The bent place In K. C.
Mo., to And help or situations, male or
female; H years' experience. Itef. Omaha
Nat. bank, Omaha; CI tU ens' bank. K. C.
uiiit tor it enui i iiiuu not ,
Another: tlrlck house, 'J rooms, slate roof,
water, gas bath, sewer, furnace, hand
"imely Intllt; I" ft. lot, on cable; in llrst
cla. locality. If sold at once, I'll stiueeze,
tt down to Jl,2"'), which is rock bottom.
HR SAt.B-A7noMrihlp ' i'im"'
loi-lneSS tollPRC of Kl1i- i u it
litount. Apply to v it iini i, ii, v
ein tiental tollege, 1. PMn t.
rein a vTdiioomTiig i- oi- "".'..
.ii-irctlott: best location tot- h s t u-n
it v. Apply io Mrs niiivtn. .Mi in i '
roll HALT-; 1.113 Missouri nve, nt v. -own
price, sA-III relit, 111 month Call n x
I r eat,
I 'TnXvLK- Holl 'lop "Vn k".T.k T rao i iTTl
11 '"'"'; ''tl' 3M Mnss-chiis. us lnitldlng
11' on are willing to pay enoimh to got
a good Jersey row, address 1 n. hot 1e
MONI'V 1(1 UiAHr.
.eiANJs Missouri farm loans promptly
m-ide "t-lthln 1"0 miles or Kansas Cltv.
K'insn- ftiv Imprnvinl lonns Wiintel: sl.-s
IJ'W to t2,m). Vrll.t or . nil.
,iami'. l. t,'iMn.nn,
400 )rs, bldg.. Kansas City
(, AND B l'KH CI-LN 1 tnonry on business,
residence unit Jatm pt-operly; uniiiiially fa
vorable terms. Appls to Homer Heed or
Thno.NsSh, lOvtl ltrosdwny.ep CoatS llouss.
60 l'KH CKxr nctml value lonhed by us,
t, per ceni mieresi Knod prop-rti.s.
II 1. JtUINWiiN k en. . S Life IiMr.
Jl.oon riltST mort - v,-.-tr. t ner cent:
seeitrlt) J.ix ci'v, linprovt.!. offered at
ptr. Address f !'!, Join mil oillce.
,T. I KKNMt'tll. for the nnst 21 vents In
Kansas Cltv. has given personal attention
to repairing line niches and clocks
Chnrgis rensonnble No 6, East Tenth
St.. bet. Main and Wnlnnt
J A. MEM IIANN'ON. the architect, has rs
ruined busln.-s-. with oluir" Temple block
t it.-si-i:u I'iniiMNiiM,
CHAfi K. TUWT, JOHN II. TOIVT,
l'tcBldent. Vice 1're-ldeuL.
H. t,. HAHllia.
MIDLAND THANSI-'im CO.-rrclght
and baggage trntisferrcil to nnd from nli
dipots, Purnlliire movnl nnd pneked by
experts. 407 Hnd l(ltl Wyandotte St., Kan
sas Cltv. Mo. Tel. ohone tf.t?
to hunt iimisn-.
To ItHNr-Ry Cowh-rd flros.:
1220 I'. Mh. r , mod , "2S id.
72 Trn y, tl r , mo I , J22 Vi
MH Prospect, yatd, S r., $1.".
-(nil Onk. hi hk. 8 rooms, yard. Jlft.
2."10 E. Cth, jard, 3 r mod., f2S.
1(1 Itl'NT ltDOMI.
""TO HEN'T-Iins Cherry, 2 nicely furnished
rooms, ono with pilvllege light housekeep
ing. Hath, hot nml coM water, modern
TO HK.NT-Four room ll.it with closet
nnd bath. Jas. Cotter. 923 E 12th st. Tel. CIO
WANTEIl To putchiise a few dlnmonds
for my pei-onnl ne. will pay a fair uish
value for same; jellow hIoiich not wnhleii.
Adtltes" W ,ri7'1. Join mil ollit t
WANTED Furnished room, first lloor.
East side, tit-nr Sth st. cable. Address
W Ml, Journal oflke.
T(TI IXC! HlNVlE -11 u s I n?ss"prop'efty ftivo
storv brick. Jl..",ti, and ouhstnntlal live room
cottuge, Jl.rHto both char, for clear farm.
EDWIN mttiS, Whitney bldg.
Pull THADF 10 acres land near Sumner.
Mo , for goo-is suitable for scroiid-han 1
store. Addt es Lo. k Hot 23, Llnn-'tis, .jo.
M IIUI.DS VI, l: IIIC'M'LKs.
WE want a jouug miin In t-ery town In
Missouri, Kunsas and Nebnihka to hnndlo
our wheels, elet our cnlnlogue nnd price!
to agents. KANSAS CITY 1I1CYCLE CO..
1027 nnd 1020 Itroadway, Kaunas City. -Mo
SAFE3 opened and repaired, bought and
-old Combination loeas cleaned and
changed. It. ll.UtlUOAN. Expert.
Telephone 12SI. 100 East Tenth st.
HiitsiN am) i:niri,i;-i.
I'ASTntE Toil HOIISES-Threo dollars
per month; sent for and returned. Mail; a.
Salisbury, Indep, ndence. -Mo.
THE Kansas City Metal KoortOK it Cor
rugating Co , 110 Delaware. Tel. UOO.
Try the G o'clock dlnneis at McCllntock't
lostnuiiint, 920 Walnut st.
LOST Cert, deposit In Mcclianlcs' bank.
Finder rewarded by leuvliig ut I'. S. it-v.
MH8. L. J AM liS. the well known clalr
xoyant and trance medium, may be con
sulted at 1200 Grand ave.; parlor 30 and 40
'PKTTK K SAILNWniisTXnrnT'
MorrUon a-ut David It Motrlson her hus
band, by tht lr certain deed ol titi-t dated
tht Kith day of Scpti-mbt-r, I-iJ. and tiled
for tecord and r.eor.Jed on thi 10th dn of
September liot, In the otllee of th" ri order
of dieds for Jackson county. Missouri, nt
Kansas City, In book 1! No. 47s, at pug'S
Sin, conv.y. d lo the undi-r-lcned tru-tce
the following dtn-rlb.-d real estate, situate
In the toiinty of Jacl;on, Mate ot Mis
souri, to-vvlt: The north twcnty-llvo (25)
feet of lot num'ier nineteen (19) and thu
south twelve nnd one-half tl2Vs) feet of lot
number twenty (20), In North Altamont, an
ndlttlon to the city of Kansas, now Kan
fa City, Missouri, as the name are marked
and dtsiguuted on the cerrected plat of
North Altutuont. of record tn tho oillce of
tho recorder of deeds of said Jackson coun
ty, In trust, however, to secure ths pay
ment of one first mortgage real estate ne
gotiable note and four Interest coupon
noies, in said deed of trust described; and
whereas. It Is provided in said deed of
trust that In ease default is made In the
payment of said notes, any part thereof, or
uny of the Intert-st thereon, when due, then
the tald tiusf-e may proceed to sell said
property, in said died of trust described
and hereinbefore desirlbed, and any ami
every part thereof, and whereas, default
has been made In the payment of the said
first mortgas real estate mgolluble note,
and the sumo Is past due and remains un
paid; now, therefore, publk notice is here
by given that 1, the un it rslcneti trustee,
will, by virtue of the authority In me Vested
by the terms of said deed of trust, and at
the rteiutat of ihe It gal owner and holder
of said note, procted to sell and sell Ihe
real estute herli't" fore desirlbed, at pubilo
vendue, to the huh'-st bidder, for cash, at
tho Iront dooi of the court house Inhere
the circuit court Is htldl, In Kansas City,
.1 nekton toiiniy, Missouri (Ihe same being
the south front door of the new eourt
house lo. aied on the block ot
ground bounded by Missouri ave.
line, Oak, Fifth and Locust streets).
In sold Kans.li City, on Fridai,
the 12th day of July, 193, betwe. n thu hours
of nine o'cloi k In Hie forenoon und live
o'clock In the iifit rnoun of said day, to pay
tald note and the tosts and expenses of
executing this trust.
rtlANK S annVES. Trustee.
TltrSTHl'.'S ti.VLE Hy leasoti of de
fault In the payment of the urlnclpul note
with late nst th. reon, described lu the
deed of trust, du'ed Ihe 16th day of June,
lSvi, exeeuUd by Ueoigo V. Nelson and
Ellle T. Nelson, his wile, llled for tetord
In tho oillce of tie recorder of deeds of
Jackson c eunty. il -souii, at Kansas City,
Mtssoutl, on Julv nth, Ji&, and there ic-cordt-tl
In book II No. IbO, at page till, I
will between the houis of nine oVloek In
the forenoon and live o'clock in tho after
noon, ou Tutda. the Hutu day of July.
l9o. at the west trout, door of the 1'ulted
States lusttuu bouse and )sstullice, in
Kunsas i'lt. J.i kson county. Missouri,
at the reeiuest ( thp legal holder ami
owner of said not.'. Bell at public auction,
to the highest hi !l-r. for cash, tho follow
ing descilb.. 1 r. tl property, siiuittl in
the counU of J i U-oti. statu of Missouri,
to-vvlt: The nuth twelve an I urn, -half
(12','-) ft.Ct of Id numbered elj;uttcii (1t).
und tho south tei.ity-nve () t -et of lot
numbered niiKteti (19), all in Norih Alta
mont. uu addition lo the city of Kansas,
now- Kansas City . as said lots arc milked
and designated "ii the "Corrected I'lat of
North Altamont " on file and of rcton! In
tho oil! e of tl ' -r ler of .1. eiN oi mid
Ja k.-i'ii lilt ' Kiln-as Citv, Jp -otjii,
for tht pUtl - f Mtlttvlll- tie ilt f..
cured by sail l- I of trust and thu co-ts
of executing lh s trust.
ClIAItLES U. HUSSELL, Trustee.
UNION DF,P0T TIME GflRD
I ' t. I Hit Ml 1
II M Ul t M t HI K
III 1 1 II. M I'M I
ktnt MISM Villi I.
Ch.ilr Corn l-roo.
1 tno' . i .1 VUI1
M. Slet loll I l .11 Affl
Adilri-M H c OllH, A. U ! A , h.ensai
Instrnctleins All trains dslly wnltw
tnsrkfil -x,-' rr. ept Sunday; t , ' Punda
only, "," rxcept Ssturdiyi ' y," Scepl
Mondsj ; "i,- Usturdny only. First eol
;.u."UJ.'.,"'i see-ond column, arrive
HANN111A1. A 8T JOB It H -Burlltlgton
- , ftoute.
Trains t,MPe. Arrlv.
K C . Rfooltnetd x4 0"pm lt S0m
Atiimtit' ,pt, . . .. r.wam '..opm
I'hUngo f.,st nnil, "Kll" i.lopm .4Sin
St Louis pxpres- s us urn '.10 m
H. At. l. It, H, IN NKrihASKA-Hurllng-
"fJi'r, A K. C. express.
I'lhcoln. inning. ,-. l'ug- .
u Bound "tl.Wam MB pm
K. U, 81'. JiiK jk iVibNCU. nt.UFFd
. . HAtLnoAb.
Otniha j St. Paul fast .
.mall 10:11am i:Mpm
towa e.vpress s.nr.pm 10:10 am
Omaha exprern, IS plu S.SOsm
8t Joe . Iowa mull "fMafn 'S.oo pm
Denver express H.uoam TstS ptn
l.rav eh worth, AtchlRon
8t Joseph 3.0pm I'Upra
All trains make Leavenworth except the
10:40 . m.
CIHCAOO. 1IOCIC ISLANO A PACIFIC.
Trains K.t of Missouri Hlvt-r,
Chicago mail s.,V, nm 7:ri0pm
hk-iigo limited 5.15pm D.15HIII
,, .rf"1."" West of Missouri mver.
Hutch.. YYlchltn, l't W. lofiOnm (.28pm
Iin t'ol. Hp. 1'iicblo . io 'ni am ti.2r. pm
Den Col. Bp, ,vl pueblo.. rs 40 pm v 8:80 am
Hlchlta r, T. Ft. VV ... d 10 pm i't Wnm
Jopelia, .Hutchinson -.s.iopiu ys.soam
MIS80l'llt PACIFIC H It.-'l rains East.
Mull A,..! !-......- - iu nn. r..r,i ..hi
.;- ....i, i,iivp. ,,.,.... I '"' en, -' ....
ni. uoiii- iiai express .. .10 oo am
N'-w Sork fast mall 1.00 pm
St Louis night express., lino pm
Lexington .v. Mt Lout- e. 7oopm
Lexington .1 .Sedall.i tuis. C..JJ am
.. Trnlliii We-st.
Coffeyvlllo & Colorado ...I0:1f,nm
Coltevlllc ,t Wichita .... 9.50 pm
Jop. Ft Scott .v.- Wlch.... 4 Oft am
Juplln & Ttxns express. . 10.50 am
Jopllti .v. Texne epre"s... 7.00pm
Omah-i, Lin. X N. City ex. 0 IS pm
Omaha , c It. day ex.... 7 30am
lv f? Ar A ftninlii ii r T. t titil
7 Oil am
10 30 hiii
10 (0 n tn
i I.', nm
K. C at. Joe e'x...!!!!!!lo':Wnm
C &.' pm
K C, A. ,v St Joe et ... tl 55 pm 9 50 an
KANSAS c'lfV NtiltTHWICSTEItN It H
Seliei a .V. lli-ntrlce ex .. . 7 3D pin o 15 pn
ll-IIIIUM ,,.,...rt.r. r....,,,VV.
9 nil am
ft a .v iti-riirice ex .. . , an pm o m i'ot
WAIIASIt HA1t.lin.vri PiiMPANY.
St. Louts ,t. Chicago ex S (i am 7.10 pm
st. u .v N. v. Llm cx..xl0 0am xiitxipm
St. 1.., D. M. .t St. P. ex.. ,s 15 pm 7 m) am
u. u. iv Chicago express.. C 20 pm
ClIICA(lt) ,V ALTON.
Chlcnco ; SI. Louis ex.... 0 00 am
Chicago limited C 00 pm
si. i.. ,v cnitngo ex e u pm :i.ini
KANSAS CITV. I-'OHT BCO'IT .Vt -MEM
I III Oi
t'tr-ft,!-. Potl fnlt
f. :00 pm
10 I, am
7 .V, n ni
7 iv: a oi
Itnrrlminvllli- - riltiton.
Kiibiirbnn panns:or ...
Joplln St Ni'W Orleans,.
,xP oo nm
.. f, :25 pm
. . f.:25 pm
. xO t) pm
.. io i pm
A: TEXAS ICY.
Texas mall 10 i. nm r. ?.. i
Texas xpivrs 9 or. pm 7.U5 a
UNION PACIIUG HAliYW'AY.
an ... 1l..,r..l n 'l.l ..... CM.
10 1 1 am ii 3., pm
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ATCIllbON. TOPEKA SANTA FE ll'V.
I.'.ast nf Mliotirl Hlver.
Chicago limltetl 7:00 pm
Atlantic express.. .
Fort Madison local.
6:30 nm 1:2.". pm
7:30 am i.tvi pm
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Empotli passenger ...
Topi ka expri -.s
Panhandle express.. .
Ok. & Dodge City ex.
2 oo pm
.XI 20 pmxll 20 am
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. 910 pm 7.05 am
. 9.20 pm C:S0am
I'.rniiil I'enlral Hepot. '-.'ml and Wj tinloHe.
CHICAGO OHKAT EbTEHN HAILWAV
Chi St Paul & Jllnn 10.O)nm f..00pm
St 'i. Pes M. fc Chi O.Wpm 7:15 am
St 1 . D.-s M .1 Chi 11 'ft) pin
KANSAS CITY. OSCEOLA .; SOUTHERN
Cllntoi .1 Osceola t-K S Ol pin lil.2tiinn
KANSAS CITY, PITTSHEItO & OCLF.
Pittsburg. Jop .: Neoaho.lt 00 am 8.11 pm
Accommodation '9.01 nm 8 30 pm
Accommodation t.C0pm xn.ooam
Leave Tuesdnys. Thursdays and Satur
days Arrive Mondays, Wednesdays and
l.ninil ve. Depot, Utjnil street.
CHICAOO MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL
( hK.igo pnsstiiger x9 3') am 7 In pm
Chilli nth'- ii.m . x i u" pin in 'tn am
l.xc-i Isior Spiing special 9:15 am rS:15 pin
KANSAS CITV & INDEPENDENCE A1K
Depots Secor.tl and Wyaadotto and Sec
ond snd Walnut.
KAN3V.S CITY .: INDEPENnES'CE TtAP-
ID THANH IT HAILWAV COMPANY
Di pots Flftit-nth vri"-1 station. Twelfth
rtreei station. Mn'li st-eet titlon
U Or 1322.
The Dopot Carriage and Baggago
ll'.V I M 11 AMI 11 lit! I HI AT,
ran a cahraoc or baggage wagos
.. l'rolllit anil ItellaMe ....
mi rxi it v t ii vut.i s i em Mi.nr Wei mi
iaVoMichlti-in.inil Late Soccrloi Tr.insporlallon'
LAKE SUPERIOR STEAMERS.
TIIECRCAT LAKC ROUrE.
Oteil'llit ttt te it 'Itunt.lilii Vlaultua.
Saillnns From CIucjbo.
Tor M-t-kltif t in ! lo i' ' "lj!,ul .?,",T'o'
Inrnt ii, !' i U a l M 1 1. 1 til' 11, V. id. b Ul V. M,
111 HI' M hut a V. t ......
l.i-llirl. ii Nriia." tin ki". Charlcroli, etc lion.
t; si, Wo.1 til- vt t-H : M
I.. i -mult Me Mai a lliiiiiuelti'lUneorl;, HoiigMon,
ArhHml puliilh, t-l.- Im- una HI V 1' M.
Illutrrttf I liaini I lei. Inslilit fit!' ell p'llrntlon,
tC H0 COCIS RISK ill. H WAUSSIS.CHICA1'
THUSTEK'S SALE Whtr.-.is, Thomas
FIcM, and Viola Fit Id, hi wife, hy their
. i .1. ...1 .. (.. .I.I...1 lh.. ..lr.t.,1. .1...,
Id l JT din nnun iuuiioi mieuiiu, ot tvuu
city, in book U No. -13s, at pago .M,
nvt-yed to the undeixigm-il trusiteo tho
lOllOW lllie uin1 itMni , --., ,,,,. p.iiioie it,
the county of dutk'ou, statu of JilHsuurl,
tn-vvil: Lois forty (Wl. furl -one til) mid
furty-Hvo (U), In Troo.t lilll, rcfereuco lw
Ing made to the recorded plat of euld
said deed of tiust, and ar the reauest of
tho legal own.r und holder of ald note,
proceed to st 11 and soil the real est jt..
Inreliibofore d. siiibed, at pubilo vendue1.
TlirSTBK'S SALE Uy reason of defiult
In the paiueni ot the principal note ami
ono inteiest touioii described in dee-t uf
irust made bi ii .run u. K1U and llm
thena. E11U, hi wile, dtud the Jih da of
June, lkSW. and teeoidtd on the Sth day
of elctober, 1K-J. in book U 181, at page SW,
In the oillce of the recorder of deeds for
Jackson county, Jlu-sourl, at Kansas Clt,
1 will, by Utile ol the promises and of the
power in me en.l by kuld deed of trust,
and at the le.pii tt the legal holdtr of
said notes, pro . ! to sell till of lot nam
bercd ., iu Liiitv i Summit, an addition
to the city ot K-i'-. City, Jackson count).
Mo , as shovvu b in recorded libit of saM
nUdltloii, u( the -uih front lnor of tho
court houns In liansas city, between tho
hours of 0 o't lo' 1. in the forenoon uml J
oilotk iu the aft ii "i ou Thursdai, the
j". t il.i of Ju v .. at public vendue to
t 1 - k-i b ! i f r cash, lor the pur-li-
cf payp si Hr' and the cost of
exe utiiii, this tru
A. A. TOML1NSON, Trustee.
Kaasas City. July 1. 1, ISM.
et'ii.iii, ti . " t.i.-t. ,,...' ,,u .-ikiiiii m.
of Januuiy, 1WI. and llltd for record an-J
recorded ou the until day of Jami.uy, 1W1,
In the ollltti of the recoidtr of deeds lu
corder of deeds In anil for Jacltsoti count,
Missouri, ul K.iusas City, in trust, hoiv
iver, to secure the pument of one titgo.
ti.tlile pumlor note in tald det I of
trust dtstrlh'd, and whereas, It is provid
ed In said deed of trust that lu tue
default Is made In the panne nt of suid
note, or of the Interest, or any part there,
of, when due. then the said trustee may
proceed to sell said pruputy In n. d,.,i
of trust de-Serlhed and hi reltibefure tle
. lib.-d, and any and every putt iturt-of;
and vvlicuMS, th fault has In en mutlo in ih.,
11.1 m lit tit said liute, and the same Is past
.Inn and remains iintuldi now, thcretort-,
Iiutdlc notice is herein given ib.,i J, Inu
undfifluiied trustee, wl I, by vlrtuo of tho
..Mihorilc lit me vested bv- thu terms ,,f
IO tin timiii,.. .-.-.,., v. V"," ae tne
t.orlh front door of tho United states out
turn houso in Kunsas City, lo the county
of JucV.on. stai- of Missouri, on Thin a
.1.... tt,,. tivt .lav nt Aumlbl. lsSfk. hltteM..
the hours of ti I in o'cloi k In tho forenoon
and live o'cloi k In the aftetiioon of saltl
elay. to pay said note and lOata und t--nelises
of eeiutlug this trust
1 CtlLMEH MEHIWETHEH. Truitre.
LlitK I Ittl't.
537 and 539 MAIN STREET.
We ire nut .adlne -molhrr So ntv lh .r
of our Double A Hour. It" ne"t 'ti '-r
hedt pitenl It Will milt a (rood br. 1
nh tjuepn nr No, Ift. w nre nWu for
lou to Hive It trlM. A n Inducemoit
for ft day of two, Will He'll It at '
per !. it's Worth tt.to Rvcry .i- k
guarantee,! to givp aallsfartlon. It's 'd
Heltterine, 1 UM e: t Ibt I.M.
pitioneti naeon, Be in. . .,. ,.
We bc Wlmtlt 1.6-K) llm Of Ntv yro,tM
nhoiiMer, "uirar cured Thy nr as tit.t, li.t
fl- the best hums you fvn bouiht, i-l II c
worm me. tuu
tltir best plrcm of hralifnst bacon, S.Mb,
ji.iii peine, to.moirow, , io
Iriirge California prune , ! lb.
Finest C.ilirortila apricots, loc lb.
Hoed c.ilitorrdn apricots, 5c lb.
Ilt California peach, I Iba Sc.
t'iutiir apples, S lbs Jfic,
EVBpor.lled nip'rs J 1 Ois J8c.
i i r; i -oi jiriisniiiJAs ti.ii.
8'ta lb Java nnd Mocha, 11.00.
4 lbs tlolden Santos, fl.tH
f U Itio. i.i
,s lbs liniktm Jnva, JI.M.
I lbs green Afrban Java, tt.OO,
Mexican, ih-e-n, I lbs fl W.
Ited Cross, in 1-Ib package", I'2 packnge,
Irf'innns, J"- dopn; II.OO to.
Apple butter, 9"-' pMI
ri-iii sione iiut-ieei
stone Iniclt.-ts filiolf btlttrr. Kc.
.vuy Kinu oi jeti, in-lit pans pw,
... .... . . .. t t.' . ...- .A.'
t Ir ,
x burs It. II. W. laundry nonp, 3Pc,
bars It If. W. Wonder soa.it. I5c.
r. 1. irn Ho al Kiiip, Kic,
" lbs t istlle soap, Jf
B boles ctdicetitratcil lye, 15c.
Flirt' leaf lard. In bulk. 1. lb Ji.Oa.
10.1b pall Whltf lbf-l lapl, l.on.
S-Ib pall White r.-ibel. fiOo; S-ll pall. "''.
10-lb pall family lard, ?Jc; Mb, 10c; 3-lb,
'is lbs lard. In bulk, JI.W.
3-lb box Kwia crackers, . for ZZe.
27-lh box soda crack!, lo lh.
S lbs lemon or vuirillA. wafer. 2Sc.
i'.-lli boxes Klmrer snaps, 6c lb,
4 lbs Kluger snaps, 2.V.
I'nrlor mntthes, KK; dost.
"I lbs best Ki-anulatcd stujur, JI.M.
Wi lbs cookinir stifrar, Jl.W.
Wash tubs, 3vX'
Wash bonids, inc.
Clothes lines, Cc.
WHEItMAS Mvlveslsr W Itiirat nml
Helm A Hurst, his wife, by their deed of
trust dat.il the twenty-seventh day ot
March cltthtt.n hundred und clijhty-clirht.
uml recorded In the oillce of tho recoider
of deed of Jackson cotintv, Missouri, at
Kansas Clt. on the twentv-neventh tiny
of March, eighteen hundred nnd olchty
elRht, In book 11 3ti3, paces r,:t to bZ6, both
IheluMve, tonvej-etl to the iinil.'rslKlicd.JcIf
'ison Hrunih.ick, trustee, the followliii
ileserlbfd land In Kansns Clly, Jackson
count, Missouri, to-wlt: Lots numbered
siMtitecn (17) and elchteen (1M. In block
number three (3). In Chase's subdivision ot
the follow inu ilrscrlhed tract of land, to
wlt: Situated In the s. c. epiarler o sec
tion 1, town. I'j, N., raiiKt- 33, West, con
tnlnlns; u fiont of Stl poles ;,-, links on tho
ninth line or 1.1th Htttt-t (10 feet vvldel. by
a depth south with the same width of 1
poles, 1"'.. links, and bounded on the c.
b) east lrne ot the west half of the s. c.
tpinrtir nf s.Ud section 4. hiliiK a purccl of
land ftontlnc W feet on tho east side of
Euclid avenue, nnd ISJ feet nn the south
side of 13th street, lu the City of Knn.sas.
in trust to secuie payment of certain
promissory Holes therein described: and,
wheie.is, default w.is made In tho payment
w-nen due, of the prlnclpnl note de.-r!beil
In said dee. I of trust, and the same still
ii-in.ilns due and utipild ami nothing hai
been paid thereon, except interest to thu
tvvent -fourth ot September, elchLen hun
tlrcn and nlnct-four: now-, therefore, pub
lic notice Is hereby Klven. that at the re
quest of the owner and htddi r of sold note
(the other notes secured by said deed of
trust havlni; been paid), and because rt
such th fault, actlnir under the power In
sold tktd of trust, I will, its such trustee,
prociod to sell the property hereinbefore
and In such deed dt-hciiln-d and any and
every p.ut then of, at public vendue, to tho
blithest bidder, at the court house dor.r tn
Hie City of Kansas (now culled K.inu
City), in Jackson county nforcsald. f ir
rash, on Friday, Ihe second day of Auc
PlRliteen hundred nnd nlnet -live, bctw n
the hoiire of nine o'cloek In the foreiw 'i
and live o'clock In the afternoon, to i
the amount rt nialnlnp unpaid on said t ii
elpnl note, to iuj the costs nlul expen,
Heciitinir said trust, the court house ' -at
w-hli h such salt- will be made belmr ft
south front door of the court house b it'
Int,- in Kansas City, Jackson county, M
Mtiiri. on the block of ground boiuitb I I
Fifth strct t, Oak street. Missouri avin
nml Lot ust stiet-t.belnK the building win i -In
the elrculi court of Jackson coiintv,
Missouri, at Kansas City, will be lull, or
in li: lit lawtully be held If then in hcm-i i,
and belrtt,' the door where the sherltt uau
itll mak -ae.s on pxeeutloii.
JEFFEltSUN HHl'MHAi'K. Trustee
WlII-:itES. William K. Chester nnd S i.
san It t'liitdr, his wife, by their de. I f
trust iiatnl the third day of January, .-1- -ten
hundritl unit nln. t, and recor-h-1 i
the otll, .- of the rt corder of deeds of .1 t k
son i (unity. Missouri, at K.insus Cltv. t
th fourth day of January, clithtce-n I- .
eli.t' un I nln, ty, in book H 3M, paK--, J '
to -JJI, both iiulusivo. conveyed to tin i . -dersisTuid.
.1, iYitsoii Hrumbnck, tru-t -ilu
follow Ins- described land in K ii. s
Clt, Ja.k--oti county, Missouri, to-vvit i I
of lots let t en J "E" und "V." Ill Id.
tiumhcrid -IMy-scvt-n 0J7i, In Mclet'
tlltlon to the City of Kansas, as the s u
are in. u kid and dcslu'tiat. d on the pl.t' t
sail tiddiilon on tile and of record In tl.
otll' e of tin- recorder of deeds of said .1 t
son count, muklnsf a parcel frontln-r in
xv 1 sth '"iy ('tl) feet on the south sidi it
th sunt., branch of Fourteenth strci ' ia
Kan'-us city, between Onk street and l
iii-tt Mrtt t.nnd runnlnir back souih nln- t
iilno (UD) lei t more or les to un alb t , m
tiust to fpture payment of run .
pi imlssjiy noti s In said deed o! trust !
setibed, and whereas default has b. ti
made In th' painent vvhtm due of thu
prlnclpnl note an I the fifty-four and slx'v
months inlet est notoi mentioned In sail
deed, and the saint still remain duo an i
ui'tiald; now, therefore, public notl .
here!'- Riven, that at the request of th
owner und holdtr of sail defaulted mm
tho other notes mnturlna; before those h iv.
Init be-n paid, I will, as such tru-te. b"
virtue of the power In such deed, pm ' I
to sell the property hereinbefore an 1 in
tald den! of mist di'icrlbeil, and any and
every part thereof, at public vendue, to thu
IilKhcst bidder, ut tho coii'-t house door In
tho City of KanBns (now called K.insti
City) In the county of Jackhon aforesul I
for cash, on 1'iid.iy. the seiond day of
August. elKhtion hundred and nincty-flvc.
hetvvieti ihe hours ot nlno o'clock in tho
forenoon and (lvo o'cloi k In tho afternoon,
to pay said notes and Interest thereon, and
the costs and expenses of osceutluB th-t
tiust, the court house door at which sin li
sale will be made beinif the south front
door of the court liou-o bulldlntt In Kansas
City, Jackson county, Missouri, on tho
block of ground bounded by Fifth stre. t.
Oak street, Missouri avouup ami Locu-it
street, belnft Ihe builtliu wheieill the ctr
iillt t-ourt of Jackson county, Missouri, ul
Kansas city, will be held, or mluht lawful
ly be lit Id If then In session and beinu tin
door where the shertrt usually st IU lai 1
JT'.VFKHSoy ItmnrnACK, Trunes.
HEALEli IHU3 Ku II SCllUOL I'UND.S
In ueioidum" vvlih the provisions of .n
act of ihe utiitral usembl of the stite of
MlMiiurl. entitled "Ail tiu lo rtrnal ar
ticle of ampler H- of the lieiued 3tnt
uttt, of Missouri ot lis. Mild nrilcle be.ns
entitled ursanlwit'nn of sehool districts in
cltle-s of over une hundred thousand and
1 limn three hundred thousand Inhabi
tattis.' and to enact In lieu thereof a new
article i rovldlntt for the organisation and
i:ov eminent ol tchool dlsirkts in cities of
over one hunJre 1 thousand and hss than
three hundred thousand, inhabitants," up
proved Manh SUt. USl. iaU.l bids will la
lecelved by the board of directors of tho
bthool district of Kansas City. Jackson
county. Missouri, up to 12 o clock noon of
Munds). the Hh day of July, a. I), lSOj,
from any bankintr corporation, usso lutlaa
oi individual banker In said school district
that may desire to bo (.elected as tho de
pository of the moneys und funds of said
school district. Each bid or proposal must
state the tute of Interest that the bunWns
corporation, association or individual bank
er niuklns H, offers to pay on the funds
and munc of mid school district for the
term ol two y-arj next ensiilni; the dato
of tald bid. Each bid must bo aecompar.led
by a check In favor of thi school district
on some solvent bank In said district, duly
cirtliletl. In the sum ot twenty.flve hun.
drvd dollars us a Kuarantr of good faith
on the part of the bidder, and, that If hi
bid shall bo th? h ghest he will enter Into
tho bond provided by law. AH bid re
ceived will be publicly opened, at the hour
named, at the oillce of the board. The
board icserves thu rlsht to reject any and
all bids. Tho Interest to be paid upon said
funds and moneys will be computed upon
the daily balances to the credit of the
school district with said depository, and
will be puablc to the treasurer of tho
SLhool district ou the first day of each
mouth. Further Information may be ob
talned at the oillce of tho board, corse
Elk-bth and Oak streets.
H. lu YEAtlEn. President.
jlttest; .W. E, UUNSON, Secretin,
W Pert I