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V BEHIND IN ITS INTEREST,
ronn t.oot rk ami lAt.K or Tiir. At
lantic A I'.U'lt-tU ASKhll.
Hill rilf.l In New Mrtlrn by the tlnttnl
Stale Tfinl ('nmpniir-llanillnl at
l'rt nt the Santa It
C- -a (to III, July K-A bill wn fllftl
In Hie omc of the rlerk of Ihe t'nlKM
PMi.b tirt to-ia- In Albuqitrrnur, N. M ,
h the I'nltM stile Trust Company, tru-
tinnr tho first mortgage nf the Atlantic
li-ifii, nklii(r for forerloure ami .ab
'f ' pr porlv, no lntert haylnc bn
Pi 1 on the nr.it mortcnr lnre the ro-xt
went into the hand of reeelveri In .Inn
tmrj. 1S5I It i un.rtool by the Alehl
ton people, from the films of the lilli. Hint
tho reorganisation eommltten, which rep.
reentetl the InterrMa of tho first mortenrti
I) n ruMer. tontemptits nt nn early tliv
a fopanlf leeelxerMilp. It Is under
stood, howeyer, that the Attnntlc fc Pa
ul! rommltte rioen not il'Mre to lirrnk
awn fnni the Atehlnon system, but thinks
thnt lt Interests can he bolter looked
after hy a sepirato reeelyer, while nt the
same llm maintaining nil exlitlnp traffic
relail ins Should siirh n motion he mnde,
It l not certain what position will he tnken
bj the t luson Intel ets, lint they will
presumably object xery p.erlonly to such
ft fbinRO beliiR made In the management
of the property,
What Is rommnnly enlleit the Athntte &
Vn in-1 railtoad extends from Albuquerque,
In New Mexico, through Arizona, to Mo
Jay e, In California, a dltnnce of 813 miles.
The roiil owned by the Atlnntlo Ai Pa
clfle, howeer, extends from the Ulo
Grande.thlrteen miles west of Albuquerque,
to thn Columbia river, which Is the past
ern boundary of the stnto of California,
a distance of MS miles.
The rond was built In the Interest of thn
Atchison &. St. Louis and San Pranclco
roads for the purpose of affordlnn lhoo
line a transcontinental route, nnd It hns
heietoforc been handled ns n part of tho
Atehlon system. Tho present receiver)
of thn .Minn tin Pacific nro Aldnee V.
Wnlker. J McCook nnd ,loeph Wilson,
who are also leeelvcrs of the Atchison At
fit. Louis nnd San Francisco companion.
Tho receivership was estnbllshed In n suit
brought by the Mercantile, Trust Company,
trustees under the second mortenee. The
bonds procured by tho mortRiiKP, ns well
ns the creat pirt of thn common stock
of the Atlantic Pacific, are aieti of the
.Atchlon nnd Trlsco receiverships The
T'nlted States Trust Company, trustee of
the ftrt mortcntre, has been mndo a party
to the suit In which the receivers wero
appointed. The latter mortenco secures
nbout JlS.OOO.lXiO of bonds, which nre tho
first Hen on tho CGj miles of road aboe
Ftnted, together with the valuable land
Brant of the company. The situation l
complicated by the fact that the Atlantic
A Pacific line from the crosslntr of the
Colorado river nt The Needles west to
Bnrstnw, whero It connects with the South
ern California, nnd to Mojnve, whero It
connects with the Southern Pacific, Is not
owned by tho Atlantic & Paclllc, but Is
nner.ited unrter n. eontrnet of ntirchae
nnd li'nse from the Southern Pacific, mado
when tho road wa3 constructed.
Call for n Mtietlupr Issued.
Chairman Caldwell, of the Western Lines
PassenRCr Association, has lsued a call
for a meotlnc of the trans-Mlssourl lines,
to bo held In this cltv July I.". The meet
ing will be held for the purpose of clear
Inc nway, ns fnr as possible, the olmtncles
which have heretofore prevented the es
tnbllshmcnt of n pnssenccr asreemont west
of the river. Tlio Ereater part of tho
trouble which the Western lines have ex
perienced In formlnr a passenger nRree
ment has como from west of the Missouri,
nnd If this meetlnp mnnap.es to present
a clean bill of health at Us adjournment
there Is no apparent reaon why tho Ken
eral meetlnc of nil the lines which Is to
follow cannot put tho association on Its
The mcetlncr of the Western lines called
for to-dav, to hear the reports on the
number of Chrlstlon Kndeayor tickets sold
by each line ns a means of determlnlnc: the
possible amount of demoralization that may
be caused by the tickets, adjourned after
a short session. A number of tho lines
were not prepared to report and asked for
more time, which was granted. So fnr
there appears to bo no cround for appre
hension of nny rate trouble.
The presidents' agreement for the main
tenance of east hound rutes from Chloapo,
which was pr.ictlc.tlly dictated by J. P
Morgan, is alrendy becoming baituy at
the knees Charges of ratu cutting nro
mnde on all sides, nnd most of them nre
fot ded on fnct. To-morrow Is tho day set
for the presidents' agreement to become
operative In full force, but contracts have
" tn made within the last few days which
jolvn tonnage, which cannot be handled
ifore Hie end of the month. It will go
hard with the road which, after to-morrow,
commits tho tin of being found out. bo It
Is understood that Mr. Morgnn has an
nounced but It is u sure thing: that two
01 more loaus out 01 unicago will taKo
At the meeting of the Southwestern Traf
fic Association to-day tho committee on
Joint rate to points on the Texarkan.i &
Port Smith ro id In Texas ftas established.
It was acieed that tho Inspectors of tho
Southwestern Weight and Inspection bu
reau may accept thc public weigher's
WPlglns The present established tariff of
the Southern Pacific between New Orlein,
Beaumont and Ot.mgo, Te. weie author
ized The present authorized rates on cot
ton factory products from Atlanta. Ga. to
Texas points were uutho.Mzed from all In
Mayor Davis has called .i council meet
ing for to-night.
Mary Kennedy was yesterday placed In
the county Jail rbargert with Insanity.
The Non-Partlsan W. C T. If will hold
an be cream social nt the residence of
Mrs. Dlgglns, 1520 Agnes, 'this evening. All
Plve curs of baso bullion were received at
the custom house yesterday ami ten cars
of refined lead wero wlthdiawn for domes
Henry Moorn was arrested yesterday
charged with stealing a number of chick
ens from J L Kenny, of KIT Ldla .ne
nue. 1U will have his trial Saturday be
fore Justice Wlthrow
A thief robbed the home of S. tV. Davis
at 1125 P.ist Kloventh street Tuesday night
of a pocketbooU containing fM and a gold
watch Kntrance was secured to the hou.so
through an open window on tho ground
J K. Ward, who lives two miles south of
Westport. went to police headquarters yes
terday nnd reported thnt twenty head of
muley cows hail been stolen from bis past
ure Saturday night. There U no clue to
Charles Clark, who was arrested Tues
day while to lug to dl.spo.o of a cow, thn
nllpgeil property of Thomas Kge, of lui
Johnson nenui, was bound over to tlio
grand Jury yesierdiy by Jusllco Joyce.
In default of J3Q0 ball he was committed to
Kd Brlsondlne pleaded guilty yester
day In Justlco WIthrow'h court to steal
ing a whip from J. M. Mclntlre, the Wal
nut street livery man, and was lined $t
and costs. The charge against Churlcs
McBride for tho eamo olfenfeo -was dls.
Patrolman C P. Whitehead was yester
day etationed at the Ninth street Junction
to act as n "bureau" of Information. Here
after he will direct strangers to tho places
the wish to reach and assist ladles, and
children across tho street when street traf
fic Is heavy.
Yesterday forenoon It was reported to po.
lice headquarters that "William Pazev. a
city workhouse prisoner, had escaped fron
thit Institution Tuesday night. Jlo was r
cently committed to tho workhouse In di
fault of a M line, in police court, for cat
rlng concealed weapons.
Arthur O'PclI r , Oscar Cusenbury wero
sentenced to fc months In tho t-ounty
Jail jtsterday by Justice Joyce for Meal
ing two coats from Itobert Jlentzell, a
market gardener, at Tlilrtv-fctrtnlh and
Jackson Mreets, Tho coa.ts. were taken
whila ileiiUoll's iagou stood neap stall
on the nuuket squuie,
Thoma.s Cosmon, who was arrested Tues
day at Seventh and Main streets on tlio
charge of disorderly conduct, and after
wards Identified by J'. H. imther, of llolll.
da, Kas., as the thief who had robbed
him of $1.10 Sunday night, was sent to tho
city workhouse for thirty days by Police,
Judge Jones jesterday,
p. II. McCay, district deputy, I. O. O. I'
will install the ofltccrs of Park lodge No.
ill, at the lodge rooms, corner of Springfield
avenue and Holmes street, at S.:'.0 this even
ing He HI be assisted by George L.
Hlmes, J. W. Marsh. Charles Hall and Pr.
W 8. Wheeler, Refreshments will be
The body of Daisy Threlkeld, who died In
Houston, Tex., Tuesday night, will arrive
In this city at 6 30 o'clock this morning.
The father W. W. Threlkeld. lives In this
city, at 1603 Cherry street. The funeral will
tako place from Welden'u undertaking pur
lors this arternoon at 4 o'clock. Burial
uUl be In Elmvvood cemetery.,
A Warrant ImucI fnr Hie ArrcU of fin-
clnrmtl Drummer IIU Chrrti
TcslerHy a warrant was Issue 1 from
Jutleo Spitz' rotirt ihnrsInK Joseph A
Ljon, a Cincinnati traveling man. with
embezzlement. Th warrant was placed lh
the hands of Iietertivo Baldwin, who wept
to tho t'onto House, where Ljons wns
known to have flopped while In the city,
but ho was gone. Seven targa trunks, con
taining Mtnples of clothing, were in th
sntnple room af the hotel, bill were held
for a board bill which Lvons Is gald to
have owed when he left. Ills private bag
gage wns taken with him when he lift,
l.vons i lalmccl lo be reptesentlnK the
wholesale clothing house of Levi Price it
Co , of Cincinnati
J, M, Strauss, who Is employed as n
M.M.n.ni ,n ,h'" furniture store of J. 13. Laoh,
nt 1310 tltnnd avenue, wote out the war
rant against Lyons lie i barges that on
July It Ljons, whom he had known fur
jenr.s. went to him nnd ieqiieied tli.tt he
cish two check for him of each Uc
did so nnd Jesterday onn of the i hecks wns
returned from St. Louis protested. Ho at
once rnused tho warrant for Lsolm 10 be
Issued. The return of the other cheik Is
looked for to-dny. The hecks were drawn
on the I'ontlncntil bank, of St Louis, were
made payable to J A Lvnn, and were
signed by him. Lyons hn gone out .of the
cltv, If Is thought, nnd whether be Intends
to return or whether the herk weie pot
genuine and he knows It ttmnlnn vet lo
bo seen. Before going to t'ltu innntl Lvons
wn emplojed In a retail clothing house
In rhlcigo, and, according to Mr. Strauss,
hns hitherto boine a gno 1 rpiitutlnn Mr.
Stritis said Jcsterdav that Lvons had
been coming to Kansas t'lty fnr years and
Is well known among refill clolhlnir mer.
chnnts lure He snld hr was rcedvlng a
good i-alarv. and whv he should want to
beat ntt old friend wns bevond his enmprc
honslon. At the time he enhcd the checks
for Lyons he did not hnve the moiny at
hand, but went to a tielghbotlng store nn 1
soon returned with It. The cheeks w.re
Indorsed over to the proprietor of the
store where Rtravss got tlio mone., but
the latter siys he will stand the loss until
Lyons Is nrrted
elective Baldwin has no clue lo Lynns'
wheteoboills, but has communlcatLj with
tho firm for Willi h he claimed to In work
ing and hopes soon to be able to loiate
him. lie Is described n a small man with
a dark mustache, and quite a willing nnd
tluent tnlker when nwnkened to Ihr sub
ject In hand.
JAMES ADDISON REAVIS.
The I'eralto Land tlrant ('lalnisnt Hrtnein
ImtimI by v. It, Dlniiiiltt ns n Travel
P. It. Dlmmltt, a real cstnte agent In the
American Bank building, wis well nc
qualnted at one time with .lames Addison
Itcnvls, the Pcralta land grant claimant,
whose remarkable cno has been lecenlly
exploited In the New York nnd Boston pi
pers. Beavls alleged thnt he had married
a descendant of Don Miguel de Pernlta, a
grandee of Spain, who hud been given a
huge grant of land In Arizona, then belong
ing to Spanish America. Mr. Dlmmltt has
In his possession a group photograph, one
of the ten In the group being Itcuvl It
wns taken In St. Louis In ISO. He says:
"I knew Beavls In St. Loul. He and I
nnd the others In the group were tr.iellng
salesmen, Iteav Is being In the emplov of
a dry goods firm. He was a bright fellow,
but bo gave no promise of being bright
enough to work up a story Mich as Ibis
was. He was a bachelor when I knew blm,
but was qulto a lady's man. I was then a
ralesman for a drug firm, and I was accus
tomed to travel over the country lu a big
wagon, drawn by two mules. He and I
tiaveled over all of Missouri, Aiknnsti",
Kansas In fact, all of this Western ioiiii
Jiy. Von may laugh, but one of the mules
was named after his sweetheart and one
after mine. After IIium- days I lost lght
of him, except that i heard of his passing
through here on his way to California I
did not again hear of him until I read this
account of him. It's wonderful how people
you have known years back bob up again
In some capacity or other."
Lundell Pan Motors. Gate City Electric
Co., 717 Delaware M. Tel. 2115.
oni: i)i:citin: oooi.nit.
Tcsterdny's Heat, However, Was Teniprred
bj' a htllT HrLcze,
Testerday was slightly cooler than tho
day previous, but nevertheless It was a
very hot day. Tuesday the official ther
mometer registered 03 deg., and yesterday
Dt dog. There wns much more wind yes
terday than Tuesday, which made tho heat
much more bearable.
Yehterdoy morning there were strong tor
nado conditions at Salt Lnke, which, dip
ping to the .South, then back across tho
DikotUN passed In an easterly dlieetlon
This perhaps accountid for the IiIl.Ii north
east winds last evening, but the wind will
probably be blowing fiom the South agiin
to-duy, nnd It will be nbout as warm as
yesterday There Is a strong probability
of thunder storms, however, and thoy will
uiu in muKiniT me icnipcraiuie comer,
should one hnppen to otosh Kansas Cit
The official toiecast from Washington
promises for to-day, generally fmr weather
for Kansas and .Missouri, with stationary
tempei.itilM The highest and lowest ten
porature rd arded hire yesterday was "it
and 76 deg. The ret .ml at other placis last
night was ns follows.
Stations. Bar Temp
New Orleans Sole s2
.30 ) 7s
.1"! nJ )
.. -Il flj
.20 SI Hi
.'-"I SI ui
Mniltntiik 1'nst Line.
Leaving Kansas City at 0.30 a. m., via
Union Paclllc, Monday, passengers now ur.
rlvo in Butte at 7.15 a. m. Wedmsday
This Is a splendid run over a spU'iuiM
line, with Pullman Palace ninlng Cms
an-d Pice Itccllnlng Chair Cars. This train
runs every day 111 the eai Take tin
Union Paclllu nlwas fm .Montana points
Hverybody admits IT P Is the best line
to Denver Two tialns dally. Cltj tMxt
unices, 10.0 Main, 1U.1S I'nlon aveuiio and
Union btutlon. Telephono 1109.
rinist Picnic firniiiuls
In the entire West. Plenty of pure water.
Buildings for darning oi whidtei Mugnlil
cent grove of largo tices, (IlorloiiB carpet
of splendid grass. Herd of live buffalo and
deer. Tho Ideal spot. Nothing liko It any
where. Only onn hum's ildo from Kansas
City. Low rnte No charge for uso of
grounds. Bismarck giovo Is tho beautiful,
tool spot mentioned Call at Union I'.i
flllo ticket olllce, lmil Main street, corner
Tenth, for full pnillcularn. Telephono 1109.
Mi oiIoiiium .VsKimlteil.
Prank William and William Rcott, of r,
West Twcnlj-olfc'hth sticot, wero sester
dny arretted on a warrant fiom Jubtho
Wfthrow's court chaiglng them with as
Haultlng In In Nlcodemus. They gave
bond for their appearance for tilal Satur
day. Big Chews
for 10 cents
tie Laraest Diece of Good
tobacco ever.5pjd for the money
Now evidence la constantly com
ing to light, nnd tho crtso grows
clonror. Tho ovidonco of
WHAT CAME OF IT
Dr. Itiolnrdson, of Icnlon, nfler lone In
vestlgntlort and cirefnl study, Is positive
that the seat of mdin holla Is the liver.
And Dr. Andrew Wllon, In a recent pub
lleit'on, declares that melancholia has long
bn attributed to black bile. Hghl Bile is
bad enough, but bla. k bile Is worse when
Its effei t are so serious as declared by so
eminent nulhoritv Never befor.j lu the
hIMory or medical Jurisprudence has so
much attention been given to the study of
the llvir as Is being done now. It Is the
largest organ In the body, nnd tho le.1t
resfneted. iiltlioittfh tho most Important
In maintaining health. Melancholia Is a de
jected stale of one'.s spirits, and often
without nny seeming cause. And yet here Is
the testimony of two learned physicians
who give the ontise, and ery satisfactory
to nny who have given attention to the
study of physlologv, and especially tho
Wake up jour liver, reider. Ve de
spondent and dejected, and 0 Who hnve
Dvspepsla and know what Biliousness and
HcadieJie mentis, wake up jour liver It
Is the root of all evil If vou're In doubt
nbmit the condition of your liver Just take
Smm Liver It gulator, anyhow and
w il i nture the s it mem iimi vaii'Ii t. .
lis be In donbl nbout the cond Moll of
l-.ur n althj It will be Ai Take
A Veteran of the Mixlcan "War.
Oak Harbor Ohio. "I met Geo. O. Mo
menv an old veteran of the M"Icnn Wir,
on ibe itrccts to-d.i, who told me that
after reading about Simmons Liver Hegu
lator hr bought a. bottle and Hie first
three docs gave him immedlair relief "
A Vultiahln ( best.
Tacoma, Wash. "I have ued Simmons
Liver Begulator and em conscientiously
say It Is the King of all Liver Medicines.
I consider it a iii.mIIcIiio che-st In Itself."
George W. Jackson.
'I ho Id suit of u Trial.
Cannelton. Ind. "t have used Simmons
Liver Regulator, manufactured by J. H.
Zellin it Co . Philadelphia, nnd found that
for Indigestion and Liver Complaint It Is
the bevst medicine I ever used." E. 11
litis the lteil , stump on thn w rapper.
J. Jl. ZLILIX A: f., Philadelphia, Pa.
M WHEN ALL OTHERB FAIL.
Tlio I)r. Hnrver
Human Hand Truss.
JUST LIKE USING YOUR F INatHS
YOU KNOW HOW THAT 131
Tor DescrtrdlTO Clrculnri Addren
JU I. J'EAJ.HOjr .U CO., Bots ilu'ru
ltUlto llullillnif, KAXSAB CITY, ito.
SVSI3HB fl J'riiimry, W'comlarrorlcr
WBI HH0lltS,curc(linlto.IttJ You
uiiiiriiut. If youproftrtocomohtrowo will con
tract to my ratlroait faro ami Iioiol bills, writ, no
tbnrro.lf wo fall to cure If j on ba o taken mi-i-curi,
ludldn pntiiHh, ntnl plill Ii.ito ttcUca uiut
jaln- Mitcuiii. lati)iilninotltti, utf '1'lit out,
llniilc), Copitfr C'wlnit-tl NpnU, Vlt f i mi
niiT ijjirtof tlmlnMy, I lair or X". tliiuuM t tilling
one, il Is this SplilIUIc ltl.OOIl 1MU.MI.1
thni w Kttfiiiiuien tucum WoaoHcII tho luo&t
)bH(lnutn (.am unit luilleiii: thr it oi Id jnr
ii timn n fuiutut in ,. pbllU Lus ulwa)"
lutlllfd hn hUUt t thr titiiNt finlnriit ptinl
clan. 9500,iMlOcuplt ilU'hln'lfiurUiiconclitiouHL
Kuaranty A li-.nl uti ihimiu biMithcuki) un uppJt
i.tlluiJ. Atl.iri'Si MIOI. KIM1KI1Y LO.t U(7
.nianniii 'j t in in', ' i jip, I ! j.
Tents, Awnings, Flags & Govers
Via i-ciond-hand tents for eiiIo cheap, nil
si. almost n.vv, also huge inund tents,
I i feet, 0') feet, to feet, 70 feet and 100 feet
diamiter, oblong t.nts ,ai w, ,inx30. r 0.
4(A. finxon, 70IW and ICOxIM feet. Writs
fur .li, es.
P J HA K?U un w"x 'hlnlSt..
U. tl. J)llVI'jlt, luniillty. Mn.
IIU.VI. i:STATI5 TllAhfJHS.
NOUMAN At HUIILIU'&UN. proprietors
of abbUucta uud examiners of laud lilies,
No ii Kast bixth Miect, fiiruluh daily the
tranafi'ia of real eMatu llled In the rocoru
r olllce at Kansas Clly, Mo.
Notice All transfers appearing In our
dally lepoilti cuntaiu coveuanu of ueneraj
vvarrantv unless otherwlso otated.
M.n j I. Hall and hitbhund to .1 O.
MiiehllMili; part of northwest
iiuaner ot set'iiou sj, towiiililp i).
lango 33 j
N. ilelijid and wife to P. i: pai-
luit; part of lot si. College hill
IlUUert Investment Company to
.Maggie n. Klik; part of lot VI. Al-
James Crovvle ami wlfu to Mary
A Crowlej; pan 15, block 1, Ile-i-
Miiiy A. Crowlvj to riusau Crowley;
Mar) 10. In In and husband to P.
i:. Prought; lot io, block 1', i.
survey Whlpplu-' neond udditlon.
L. Caswell ami husband to i: .M.
Verdon; pari of lot l', J a inch D.iv-
I) W Longwrll In P. H. l-'inu; lotu
in ami i. uud part or lot M, block :i,
11 Langhaid uud wifo to uCthtrliio
Hall; tot IS, block H, .Siiltz' nib.
I S NocuIh to C ('. AIIji.ii lot 1
bloik li, Winflelil place
Prank Hrlht uud wife t i;.
S ton- lots 20 and Jl, block 7, Jer-
ti j heiglitu
K P Kixiou 10 Anna K, Hammond;
I. t 11. blm k 1, t-amc
It Hunt mi' I wife to National Hank
of Katifras Clrj ; lots, 1, i. :i and ),
H.lIlrOll iS. Hopkins' addition. . .
J It Anderson and wife to Thomas
H rivvope; lot a, liloiK ts et ul, iJiibt
C.UUCl.W.l.S AMI WAIlON'sj.
K C. Carilagc and Wagon Works, man.
ufattuiris of larilages and wagona of till
kinds; nl.-o repainng and painting promptly
done I'j. tory 311, 313 and 3ir, Jlroadwa).
i:SKItllxiU At tho residence of her
parents. Mr and -Mis. Alexander Lobb,
Nellie, the beloved wile of A. L. Kskrldgc,
Tuebday night, at 11 15 oYJoi k.
I-'uueral fiom reldenie Thuibday after
noon at l o'clock. Pjlcudi Invited. Burial
CUT JOUKNAL, ruriUSDAY, ,11'LV m, I8!).l.
FOR pAI.K IIMAI. KSTAlli.
What to Do
This Hot Weather?
do at once nnd buy thnt Minn iiome, built
bv me Hi ttn rt .s hiRh. diy. cool ami
modern, about 1 blocks south of 89th (treet
on Chestnut Has p-en sold ever mv hettd,
nnd there Is onlj a little ov i fl,0( iigalrm
II You can h-ivc It tills w..? for a trifle
above that tigiix After tii.s week eu
can I buy it siioit ot .,WH
Go to Westport,
The Coming Suburb
art voil W'lt nvtf recr't "ponls build
li'iii'." at ! in.' p. i . ve 'n them." The
.iviii i.u.k in, a jafi ,if in, flmt J
P. D. ETUE.
706 Wall St.
OltRAT nppotm MTlLH nljtigthe Hue
of the Kansas "itv. Pli".hiirK & (lulf It It.
for small Investments in Smihwest Mlswon.
TI nnd Northwift Alkin-as liny u In a.r
fruit farm for Ju per a r easy terms. l
per aire ilunn bal in-e in tii'Hitlil) pny
ments. B"tti r thin a m lnu bank Koine,
tiling thai WILL illtuvv IN VALPK.
Hundred, nr. pi king Hi." bargnns uiv -why
not j on 7 rile for full information to
F. A. HORN BECK
LAND COMMIsMNI It K.
C , V. JL O.
7th and Wyandotte.
A' III At Til I L litSliLN P. si n:
St Jilit ,u a-I'h ilt ptv I. tie ir col
or lo at 'hi fret b iiitifiil r.niiil, JT (1
.J''J'J r '" ' I t "it, 'troost, mar
10th t ii s a I irgiin.
J',"), 0 r nn fi im , rert J''.
J-. (XI, 9 ri m l.nik, ni'dein. rheip,
'.) fcrt oi e ground, iicir Ino street
eleitrlc bne, $1 per loot, nothing elso In
this ! vl'Untv fnr Iish timn J to Jlo jier foot.
1.0 acre tarm near Helton, Cass io Mo.,
Hi nn 1 no lis, '
S ncrrs on Prospect nvc, not far out, fWO
per a ic
P A l-ltHDHUlCK, IM N V. Life bldg.
lOt SLC nxir.s foot lot with a brick
biiiliimg cost over ,fii, enst front, on
(.corral strr.i ni ir lii'h, 1 fc. t abovo
grade I am tin onlv ngint In Iviuis is City
nti'hortzrd t) sell this in i.-nllli ent prop
erty for J.,f.m. ?jim eiith, n.iKio ,n I, y and
3 J cars, at G pi r i nt.
JOHN BltOWVC X, CO,
7J7-S.1 N Y. L bldg.
Pult HVLH-A lot 111 Plrk'- m pirk, ioH0
feet JI00, JV) cah. balan' on time. Ad
dress T Slncth, 15W (Irnnd av
m Mi:n-vt,i.: iirt.r.
WANTCD-Traveling salesmen to can
vnrs the trade In Iowa. Indiana and Illi
nois for a No 1 selling nrtl le ns n side
line; sells Itself on sight; 111 per cent com
mission, samples free Address the Ad
justable Shade Hanger Mfg Co. Chamber
of Commerce bldg . Kansns City Kas.
WANTHli- line ollleo nun In dm tor's or
llce. 3 dining room girls. Miller A. Co., (119
Main st , loom 3.
WANTIJP 2 men. sell and collect,
per week. West filli St., room 9
AC. I M Ills.
CANADIAN KMPLOyMI'VT OI'-I-'ICK,
and fuiiiKhcd rooms, 10l'2 List l.'lb, cor
Wiilnut. Tel 117J The best pl.ue In K.C.,
Mo , to Had help or hltuatluns, male or fu.
mnle; it j ears' experienci It. f. nmah i
Nat bank. Omaha, flllztn' bank. K. C.
rirsi.'i:sH piiani'IMX to jioo pr
month mndo on small capita) bv i ureful,
hvstemati'' i-pi ' illation, our book on ruc
c ssful hiulatlou In gialn (sent free)
tells all about it. Thomas ,v Co , bankers
mil broki rs, rooms A-li, Uialto bldg.,
Chi, aco. 111.
UPSINKSS OPl'OKTl'NITY Vw iliy
goods stock to be di-.pi-.ci or, inw atore
liMiires for sale, most desirable i jn- and
basenunt on Walnut st for rent. ply to
II. i:. BULL lath nnd 'U ilnut
KOIl SALi: I-'Ine i
parties wish lo Icavi
mrei tlonery. i heap;
the city. 1710 Hast
J P KCVMI'llt, for the prist 21 jc-irs In
Kansas ciiv, hits given prrsonat ntt. ntlou
to repairing line vvitiln-s and clocks.
ChniK'S reiHonnble. No. il H.iht Tenth St.,
bet Main and Walnut
JAMHS BANMiN. the uchltect, his re
sumed business, with t!l cs Temple block.
to iinvr not;.si.
Tn ni'.NT-Ily Cowb"id Ilios,
2.10 I; i, Hi. Il i. mod , v mi, fS.
l.'.'O H Mil, 'i r. mod. close In, 23.EO.
Jl Tracv. like nliuvi. J. ).
2tl3 Piosput, S i .ird. 415.
Til ItL.N P Now 7 room slato toot brick
c nt ige with fuinnce an 1 all other modern
appointment Will give l asa for one year
from August 1 nt r.'. Telephone 167fi
V. 1". in Hilt .'s CO, 115 W. Sth st.
1(1 ItPNT Kill) Vis.
TO Itl-NT Newly turnlshcd, clenn. well
lighted looms location eouvenleni; terms
iry rcasonnlilf- lluht housi'liceping u.
lowed 31. W. lirlght, Jlr.'i Indupendenco
TO HUNT Itnoms fuinlnhed or unfur
nished, and olllcca. ;j3 or Wl Wjandotto st.
film loins nromntlv
made within piu mill s of Kiuii-im t'lty.
Kansa.s Cltj Imiuoved Inns w-anied: hlea
$700 to ii.oni) W riu or . all.
JAMIN 1. LOMHAHD,
10.) H, Ht i,i,it . Kansas city.
MONHY TO LOAN
IL L. JOIINHUN .
ijui' k; low rates,
o N'. V. Llfo bldg.
AiMKsl Chichester's Enjlish Teniiyrortl Pillj
JliUmooJ tlruidl, nr tho Uost. !, IMiM.
I tiimon4 iirftDII, nro IhO I40B
.... ... .-... .. . .b , ..... ... ,, .
'.: -..- . I", .lU-.IU,, l-.ll, I
V':Vi"' ,."T.",.,"r Ruturp Milll. , el Pl.rLl.
Lhlchcaler Chcmluil to., l'lilUaa,, lu.
nisi sii ui.i i; o vi..
H1C1I. oily and clean to handle, burns to
a while ash and w m t tlm k by cxpo-iinc ;
a home Indiisir) Now Is the timn lo buy
our coal. Til 2101 ur 1071.
L. T. HHIlNUoN. Agi for Company,
Ann than Hunk h!d
vviHii.i s vi.i: iii('V'ci,i:s
WIJ want a oun man in every town in
31issouil, K.uih ia and Nebraska tn handln
our wheels. l!el our . atalogue and prices
to agent. KANSAS Cl'l V lilCVCLI! CO..
1027 and Iflca Hroadvvay, Kansas Cliy, Mo.
S.l'i:H opened and i paired, bniiKht and
sold. CombinntUui lo l.s tleam-tl ami
cbanged. II. JIAKUIU N, lixpert,
Telephono 12SI luft HaM Tenth at.
WILL TIIADH Kan, is Cily x.unnt InlK
fnr fnrmlng lands In South Nebraska,
Northeastern Kansas oi Mlssouil, will ns
btune Incumbraii' c- o 31H.HS, llunlen. Ks.
foh sai.i: jusci:i.i.ani:oi!s.
b'OK HA LI) Pine double barnesB for rar
rlago; will sell n lit up it tukm at once. Tel.
ephone 7o or addrebs 1020 I J. 12th t
Sins. Ii. JA.MHS, the well known clilr.
vojanl and tmmr nndium, may be con
sulted at 1203 Gland avi , parlors 3'J and 40.
fi (ITKH'lt IHNM-lt.
Try the 5 o'clock dinners at McCllntock'3
restaurant. tiJO Walnut st.
TUB KansuB Cltv- Metal Iioollnir X- Cor.
tueatlOtf Co., 115 gjawjui.'. JeL tfO,
WAMtlll-llll.tt, P.ST in
"v"' VS'VW - ..S., s.-v
I HA K i ash nnd want to hiiv S Or S
lots of V to li feet ea. h, east front pr
ferred. rlthet on Put or West side. Stale
exact location an. price, ime little time
'n spare looking it up, tn nnn during the
diy to tslk to aRrnts. Blth.iurh I like ihem
ill (live full il. scriptim, l.pth. jrnde,
street, etc, amount of Iticnmlinitice If any,
prle, etc: must be ohrnp will pnv all
sh and make qui, K den I. Answers treat
ed conrldcntlAll) if pnrttcuurs are not
given no -.Mention will l psid lo them.
Address P fli, J, urnsl olllce
CHAP, K. TDWT,
JOHN It TOUT,
Mltlf.ANI) TllANflFRIt CO -T'relghl
and bagfffljs transfirred to mil from all
depots Furnllur, nmed ant puked by
experts. it? nnd i'i Uvtndotie st , Kan
saa city. Mo. T. I. phi no 1817.
rt'll Mv t.l.VMIM s.
WWTIM To hitv for cish in old
frame honsr. Hint m.ii Ish moved Cllvc
fire number of t wims ml prh ' Address
P aw. Jnnrnsl ..ill .
lllllisr.s AMI M 111(1,1 s,
pXtTI-lti:"i'ou HnitHns Thn e doihirs
per month, eiu for mid n iiirnid Mark 9,
Knllsliiiry, Indepeiibn e, Mo.
i,t:i i, mii ices.
NUTICK ol-' TKPSTHHS SALIl-Whete.
ns, frames L. Hew lilt, a single lady, by
her icrtiln deed of tmst, iluti 1 Miinlur
lih. Hsfi rtnd tiled for tei-ord In the oltb c
of the recorder of duds of Jai kson coun
ty. Missouri, on the l.bh day of November,
111, and duly record"! In said olllce in
loul( )l End at pige IW. LOtivetd to Snmuej
L. Kawer, ns trustee, the following de
si rlbeil real 4nlo In Kansas Cltv. Jackson
coutil), Missoiiil, to-wll- I oti numbered
four (I) nnd live (TO, In Hills' siiIkIIvIsIom
of bio k thirteen (1.1), of West Kansas tid
illiion liunilier two i2i to the City of Kim
mih rnoiv K.insas itv). atcotding to the
rsiordid plat In tin- olllce of the iccordor
of dei ds In Mitid counlv. snld innveynnie bo
lug made to said Sitnliel L Sawyei In trust
to secure to .1 Bnlstoti (irint thn payment
of the Indebtedness In Bald deed of trust
described, nnd, wlnreas, rnlil Indebtedness!
Is long pist due and Is unpaid; nnd whcri -n,
the paid Samuel I,, Siwjer is dead and
annul execute the trust In said convey
nncr cont.iltird; and, whereas, by tho terms
of the said deed ot trust It wns provided
tint In the event of thn death of said
trustee and his Inability lo nit. Hie pemon
who should then bo acting as sheiiif of
.lackon county, Missouri, should beeoiiio
bis suci csor to the title of said propi-rtv,
and tho same bu vested In blm In trust
for the purposes and objects of tho tmst,
with all the powers, dutlis and obligations
tbeieof, now, therefore, public nollco Is
hcieby given tint 1, John P. O'Neill, sher
llf of J ii'ksnn coiintv, Missouri, and suc
cessor In trust, bv virtue of the power con
ferred on me b said deel of trust, and
In pursuntRi of the terms thereof, and at
the request of the legal holder of sild ln
debtedn.sH and deed of trust, villi, on
Thursday, the ilghth div of August, jvr,,
between the hours ot nine o'clock a, in.
and live o'clock p in of sild day, nt the
south front door of the county court bniiso
between Oak and Locust stretts, nnd I'lfth
street nnd Missouri avenue. In Kansas Cltv,
Jackson county, state of Missouri, the said
court hous-e being the pl.ue where the state
circuit court Is held In Kansas City, J.u It
son count. Missouri, proned lo sell, nnd
will Hill, the pioperlj hirelnbefnre de
ttilbed, and any and everv Kilt thereof,
at public vendue to the highest bldili r for
cosh, to-wlt: Lots four (I) and live (5), In
HiiIIk' subdivision of block tblitcin (13), in
West Kansas addition number two (J) to
the City of Kansas (now Kansas CIt), lu
mid county and Mate, to satisfy ,s lid In
dclitednes.s and tho costs and expenses of
ixeciillng this trust. JOHN P. O'NKILL,
Sheriff of Jin kson County. .Missouri, and
Suciessor In Trust. .
B. WLLLS, Attorney.
fl'lrst publication July IGth, Hi",)
Princes L Hewlett has .sold tho property
lutein de.i rlbed.
WHLltUAS. 3I.ii tha 31 Hicks, ,y hi r
deed of ttust dated Julj lot,. x.i
and rei orded In the olllce ot the rei order
of deeds for Jackon count). .Missouri at
Kanns Cltv. .Missouri, on .lull null 1V1I
In book H number 477, at pige 5'.. i onveyeil
lo the undeislgned trustee. Leon Hlu k,
the following described real estate In Jack,
son i-ounly, Missouri, to-wlt: LoIh thir
teen (13). nnd fourteen (H). In Waldo pl.ue.
an addition to the Cltj of Kuus is. now
Knns-is Cltj. Mlssouil as marked nnd des
ignated on the recorded plat Ihu.of on
llli and of lecorl In the olllce of the" re
corder of deeds for Jackson coiintv Mis
sourl. nt Kansas Clt), Missouri, in trust
to secure the pavui"iu of her two pioiuls.
son notes In said deed of trust di scribed
and whereas, said noti s have ! nniii dun
and default his been made In the nav-
ment thi renf, and the samo remain unpaid:
now. therefore, public notice Is htreby giv
en thnt I, Leon llloi k, trustee at, aforesaid
at the request of the legal owners and
holders of said notes, and in puisiiimco of
tho power vested In me by snid deed of
trust, will sell the above descrlbi d proper
ty nt public vendue to the highest bidder
for i ash, on the Htli day of August 1SV'
between the hours of nine o'clock In the
forenoon and live o'clock In the afternoon
of that day. at the west door of the I'nlted
States postolllce building, ot Ninth and
Walnut stiocts. In Kansas City. JneKxon
county, .Missouri, for the purpose of mii
isfvlng sail Indebtedness nnd the costs of
CNfoiitlng this trust. LHON III.ih'K.
Hss M- eieorgo. Attorneys. Trustee.
PIU iPuriALS Notico U hereby given
thai, by older of the county ourt of Ja k-i-uii
counts, 3Io., sealed proposals will lie
received af the respective olllces of tin
iniint survevor and tha county clerk of
said county, in the couit hoiu-o at K ins is
I'liy, up lo the hour of 12 o'i lock noun of
the tith da) of August, IV 15, lor doing tho
tcdlovvlng work, to-wlt: 3IiuMdnnillni; the
Hlue Springs rond from Little niuo
nve-r to a point 3 miles southeast.
.Specifications for tho abovo work mn bu
been In the olllces of tho coumy survijor
and tho county elerk, In the comt house at
Kansas City, Mo. A cash di posit of J200 00
or a ceriilled i heck for stub amount to
ai'iomi'.iliy ene'h bid, to be forfeited to
J u kson county in case of refusal or in
alillil of the bidder to enter Into sati
fiutoij contract and bond within C days
nft-r awarding tho contract for said work.
The couit resttvis the right to rject nny
and nil bids. T. T CltriTllNHHN, .11!.,
Clerk of County Court of Jackson County,
iMtnl July IStb, ISTi.
PltoPOSALS -Notice Is hereby gtvfn
that, by order of the county inurt of Jai Iv
fron eouutv, Mo., b.abd pinposals villi bo
tuelvii! ut ihe respei live otlb 1 1 of tho
loiu.tj urve.vur anil the tnuntv cbil; of
miM county, in tho couit bouse at Kansas
Cltj. up to thn bout of 12 oVIock noon ot
the bth day of August, IS'jS. fur doing tho
following work, ttwll; ilrnding Spilng
lieldave from Prospect avc.to Indlaii.t ave.
!iet libations for the abovo work ma ba
teen in the olllces, of the county survejop
und the tnuntv ilerk, in tho mint bouse nt
Kans.aa Cltj, .Mo, A e.ish dcpoi.lt of JoOO)
or a ttriillrd t hock for sutli amount to
accompany each bid. to be forfellnl lo
J n keun loimtj in case of iff nn.il or In-.-ibilltj
of the bidder to cuter Into p.itU
faitmy ennirait and bond fur tald vvoik
within i! tlajs after awiudlng the contiiict.
The couit luseives the right to tejit t Miy
and all bids. T. T. CHtTTHNDHN, .III..
Clerk of Ctiuuty Court of Jatkbon County,
Dated July 18th. ISOj.
PIIOPOSA L.S Notice Is hereby given
that, by order of ihe county couit of Jack.
oil county, 3Io., staltd piopnu.ilg vvlll be
lecdved at the rcsiiettlve olllces of the
county suivevor and Ihe county clejlc of
said county, in tho com l houso at Kantas
Cty, up to thi hour of IJ o'clock noon of
tin t,t li di) of Aiuum, UUu, Mr .loing lb'1
following work, lo-vvlt. (it ading the
Hipiuliib road noui the cenlei uf etin.ii
... tovviibhip 17. range 23. to M.iitiu t;ii.
Spc'tltie.iilons for the iiliove woik mny lio
t-een In ihe oille-i of the cciunty survejor
and the rountj clerk, In the court hoiikit at
Kaiieas, Cltj, 3o. A cash tle-p(ilt of J200 00
or u ititiiietl i heck loi bin h nmouni to
ai coiiipanj iuth bid, to be foi lilted to
J.u kon county In case of rcfiu.nl or iu
abllitj of the bidder to inur into .UU
f.ittoi) toiituict and bond for bald vvoik
within ti dujk after awarding the tonti'.i.i.
The urntt rei-ervis the right to rejut any
and all bids T T CHl'lTHNDUN. .lit..
ci. rk of Countj Couit of JaUtaon Counij,
Dated July ISth, ivi
H31HALMINO Lunur. Mo. July 17,
IWi. To the cmbalmiis of MlSbOiiil. The
mato Imard of embalming vvlll meet nt tho
following placet! to examine applliani tor
lleeiibO under the uct uppiovtd 31arcli 10.
bprlnglleld, ilondiy nnd Tuesday, August
12 and 13. Headipiaitcu, Metropolitan
St. Louis. Wcduesd.ij', Thursday, Prldiy
and tuturday. August II. 15. 13 ami 17
lleadauarteis. St. J .1 loss hotel
Kansas Cltj', Vdncwl.iy, Tliursdaj', l'ri
diiy and Satuidaj. August 21, 22, 2J and 21.
lleadquartcrb, 3Ildland hotel.
3lobeilj-, 31ondav, Tuebday nnd Wednes
day, August in 27 and 2. Headfjuarteis,
l-'or fuithet intormatlon address tho boc
retarj". Hy order nt the board.
(!. Li, HICK3IAN, President.
HOVT UUMPHItEV, Secretary.
l,Kt;W, M)t It'lis,
WHKIIKAH. VV ilnsiti K ChrsOr nnd So.
MinR. Chrsier his le. b their deed of
trust au l thn ihtrri !$ of Jinuary, tight
yen Inn dred and ninety, and recorded Ifl
the olllce of th ret order Of deed of jflcfc.
spn county, Mi,.s0uH. nt Kansas city, on
the fourth dit of Juniiitrs. etlitern hun
dred and nln. ly. In book It W. pes (It
to 221. both lii'lnslvo. iohi,ve,t la itie un-
dersigiHd. J. (Ti rsnn BrumW h, trustr-.
J-(Ti rsnn Briimbtfh, trusU,
flng , , rlbed land In Kunsits
son county, Missouri, to-lt All
ttered ti' nnd "P." In Miujt
v Hy, j.hssi
if Intm IaIi
niimnerrd sixlv evn r7i. In Metlee's ad-
dlilon to th- ntv of Kansss, the m
re marki I and deslgnntnl on the plat of
said addltu.ii on Ble wnd of recrtrd In th
otTlce of the rei order of dee ! of said JUck.
son coiintv. making a parcel fronilnn In
width llfl (''D feet on the south side of
the south branch of Fourteenth street, In
KsntAs Clt). between Oik street nnd Lo
cust stieet.and running bm k south nlnely
nln (W) fci t more or t"s to h alle, In
trust to mure iMjment of cirlaln
promissory notes In anld deed of trut de.
eerlbid, and thern I'efvnlt has been
made In the pnntiint nlun due of the
principal note and the nfn-fnur nnd Ktv
months' Int.rtst notrs mentioned In sild
deed, ahd tho tame still rinialn due and
unpaid, now, therefor', public nollce Is
hereby given, thnt nt the rciincsl of the
owner nnd holder of sail defaulted notes.
the other notes mnturln,r nerore those tiav.
lug been paid. I will, ns such trustee, by
virtue of the power In such deed, proceed
tn sell the propi rty hi relnbefore and In
aid deed of trust di si rlbed, nnd any and
iverv pmt thei'of, at public vendue, to thn
highest bidder, lit the our t house door tn
the City f Kansas (now called Kansas
City), lu the eoutitv of Jackson aforesaid,
for cish, on I'rldnv, the second day of
August, eighteen hundi'd and nlnelv.flve.
betiVien the bouts of nine o'clock In th
forenoon and live o'clock In the afternoon,
to pay said notes and tnteri st th'reon. nnd
the costs and expenses of mecil'ltig the
trust, the court house iioor nt wblib nn h
sale will be mnde being the smith front
door of the court house building In Kansas
Cltv, Jin kson coiintv, Missouri, on the
block of ground bounded b Plfth street,
Oak stieet. Missouri nvenue and Locust
stteet. being the building vvherrln Hie cir
cuit court of Jin kson counlv. Missouri, at
Kansas City, will be held, or might tnwful.
IV bo held If thfn In session, nnd being the
door where the sheriff usually sells land
JCPl'PIPsnV HttPMPVCK Trustee
WHKltHAS. Silvester W Hurst nnd
Helen A. Hurst, his wife, by their deed ot
trust dat'd the tin titv-ui-vcnth day of
March, ilghtccn liutiditd .ml eight) eight,
and recorded In the otllce of the lei lrder
of deeds of Jackson county. Missouri, nt
Kansas City, on the tni ntv-Fi vi nth day
of March, ilithteen hundred and eighty
eight, In book 11 Slit, pnges ,'ijl to B.I1 both
Inclusive, conveed to the uinb rsirned JeiT
iteon llrumbick, trustee, the following
described land in K insas City, Jackson
county, .Missouri, to-wlt- Lots numbered
sevinteen tl7) nnd eighteen (Hi In bio k
number three (3), In Chase's subdivision of
the following described tract of land, to
wit. Situated In the s e. uuarter of sec
tion 1, town 1.1. N, range , J. West con
taining a front of .in poles, 21 links on the
louth line of 12th strict (w feet wide) by
a depth south with the same width uf 13
poles, 12h; links, and bounded on ttiu e
b last line- of the west I alf of the s e
quarter of slid si i tlon I. being a par it of
land fronting 50 feet on the ist side of
Liiclld nvenue. nnd 122 feet on the smith
hide of 13th street. In the City or Kansas.
In trust to secure pi)UKnt of certain
promissory notes thricln dis rlbed and.
wlnreas, default was mule in the p.i nn nt I
until uue, ot the principal note ursi nueu
In said deed of trust, and the s.miti Mill
remains due and unpild and nothing has
bteii paid thereon, except Interest lo the
twenty-fourth of Si pti inlier. elchtten hun
dren and nine!) -four, now, thi'tefore, pub
lic nollce Is hereu) glun, thit at the rtf
ipitst of the owner and holdt r of said note
ttht other noti s seemed b s,it deed of
trust having been paid), nnd because of
such default, acting under the power In
t-ald deed ot trust. 1 will, ns such trustee,
procied to sell the proper!) hereinbefore
and In such died di s riled nut) nny and
ever) part thereuf, at public vendue, to tho
highest bidder, at the eoiirt house door In
the City of Kansas now called Kansas
Cltv), In Jackson county aforesaid, for
cash, on Prldny, the eiond tiiy of August,
eighteen hundred und tiltu ty-llve, between
the hours of nine o'cloi k in the forenoon
and live o'clock In the afternoon, to pay
the amount remaining unpaid on said prin
cipal note, to pay tho costs ami expenses of
executing said trust, the luurt bouse door
nt which such sale will be made being the
fcouth front door of the t ourt house build
ing In Kansas Cltv, .liukson county, Mis
souri, on the blo k of ground bounded by
Plfth street, Oak street, 31tssourl aveuiio
and Locust Mrect, being the building where
in Uiu cpculi com t of Jackson county.
Missouri, at Kansas Clt), villi be held, or
might lawfully be held if thin In session,
and being the door where the snerlff usu
ully makts salts on txtiutlon
JLPPKltSON HICCMUACK. Trustee.
TIILSTHHS SALL Win reus, Thomas
rield, and Viola I'lel 1. his wife, by their
certain deed of Oust, d ittd the eighth dny
of Jnnuurj, IM'1, and llled for rtcord and
recorded on the icnih d iv of January, 1M1,
in the olllce of the recorder of deeds In
and for Jiukson county, 31lsgouil, at Kan
sas CliJ, In book It N'o 431 nt Dago 2S1,
tonvijed lo the und rsigned Irimtee tho
following descnbul it.il t stute situ ue In
the county of Jackson, state of 31it,oiirl,
to wit Lots foity (10), forty-one Hi) and
forty-two (1J), In I roost hill, reference be
ing made to the recorded plat of snld
Tioost hill on Illo In the olllie of tho re
corder ot deeds In nnd for Jackson county,
Missouri, at Kimnu City, In trust, how
er, to secure- th payment of one nego
tiable promissory note In tald deed of
trust deterlbul. und whereas, It Is provid
ed in said deed ot trout that In ms
default la mado In the pajnictit of salt!
note, or of the Intertst, or anj part there
of, when due, then the bald trustee niuy
proceed to sell snld propertj in said deed
of trust described ami herelnln lore de
scribed, nnd any and every part thereof;
and whereas, dt-fuiilt has been made In tho
payment of said note, and the same is past
due and remulna unpild; now. therefore,
nubllo notice is hereby given that I. thu
undersigned trustee, will, by virtue of the
authority in me vested liy the terms of
tald deed of trnt. and a the request of
the legal owner and bolder of said note,
trocctd to st II and bell the real estate
heielnbefoie described, al piibll vtiidue,
to the highest biddi r. for cash, at tho
north front door of the United Sime cus
tom house In Kansas City, in the county
of Jrithsun. stute oi Missouri, on Thorn,
uuy, th" n!" d"y of AugiiM, 1MH, between
the hours of nine o'tlotk lu thu forenoon
and live o'tlock In thn afternoon of said
day, to pay biiid note ami tobla and ex
nenses of cv tilling this tmst
1 aiLMP.lt MlMJlWHTHHIt. Trustee.
Tlll'STHHS SALK-Hy reiibon of de
fault In the pujinciit of 1 h- piinclp.il note
wtih bit' test tlu 1 eon. desi rlhi-d in tho
died of tiiibl. dated Ihe lath dny of June,
loss, evculid by ileorgu V. Nt Non and
Kltle T, Nclaon, hla wife, tiled for record
In the Olllce- of the recorder of deeds of
Jackson county 31issouil, at Kansas Cltj',
Mlsbourt, on luly 11th, lis, and there re
corded In book II No Ifcfl. at page UK. I
will between the hours of nine o'tlotk In
the forenoon and tlv" o 1 lock in the after
noon, on Tuenluy. the SDlh diy of July.
IS'.ij, at the vvet fiont dnir ot the United
Stales cuMoni house und pustolllte, n
Kunsus Cltv. Jatksnn county. Missouri,
at tho requtst of ihti legal holder ami
owner of said note, sell at public auction,
to the highest libit r. for eab. the follow
ing descilbed ral property, situated In
the county of Jackson, state of .Missouri,
to-wlt: The north twelve and ono-halt
(IJiji feot of lot niiinbPisHl eighteen (IS),
and the bouth twenty-live (JO) feet or lot
numbered nlnclei 11 (II). till in North Alia
niont. un addition to the city of Kansim,
now Kansiib Cltj', as uld lots nro mm lie I
and dcidgnitti,! on the "Corrected flat of
North Alt.iinont, on Illo und of recortt In
the ullb e of the let unit r of dct ds uf bild
Jackson county, at Limns Cli. 3lskoiirl,
for tlm purpost of balisfvliirf the dlit Se.
cured by said deed of rut and tha coats
of executlnt' this trut
t-HAP.l.l'.S It nPSSKLL. Trustee,
TltUbTKUs hALL-Uy reason of defmli
In the pajmci't of ihe prli.ilput nott and
one Itiurcst coupon described 111 u ,(cd of
trubt made bj .Martin o Hills and Har
liiena Hlli. hU wife, dated the 7iu daj of
June, IMs), and re otded on the llih clay
of Octubtr, lWsJ. in book It 131, at pug, f.'iv
in the oltb e "I in iccorder of dted 1 ,r
Jatkatin counij. lli.sitiurl, at Kun.n Ciij.
I will, bj vuiue uf lbs pioiiiIfcc'U aim 01 U1.1
jiowei in tin vt-i d b bald tleed of m, t
and at iho rupuai pt the- legal holder of
t-ald i.oteb. piu . I ' sell ull of jot nam
hired 2D. in Lluwoul hunimlt, 1111 mid 1 ,,,
to ihe ilty of Kanjf' Cltj. Ja. kon cmnij.
31o, lib shown b ilu rttordt-1 id it ut i'i
addition, ut the- nmh fiunt iKc.r of tho
court htiube lu KaUb.is cltv, bc-iween tho
hours of U o'elo k In the funntiui, and S
o'cloi k In the ufuriHion, 011 Thurt lay, tho
2Sth day ot Julj isa. at publi. v.mIiio to
the hlgni'bt bidd.r. fur cash, tor tho pur
iiObt) of pajiiiu; mi notts and the cost of
(.xecutlns thl tmst
A A TOMLINjiON, Trustee.
Kansas Citj. Julj Ibt. lwi
ASSHiNKP. S NtilICK To whom It may
contern. Vou w II taki-notlte that Hi. un.
deuluiied, nb-u.ii'" uf tieo H. Hut k.
bit-, on the lull li. of Auuust, 1st, ail
for two das il.. i. all. r, between the hours
of nine o o k n und live o'tlo k p.
in on each of ta I daj. at room No. II
Sluldley bl Is at 1 s. w. cor. of Si li mi 1
Main sl, Kuiims t m Mis.outl. will h. ar
jiijjfs of clainib 1 1 li mauds agaiiint Ueo.
11 l!u. kln. vvhi h .xi.steil at the tim, of
the ubjignmtiit l ti was 011 the Un I
uaj ot Juiit IV,', 1 1 all credltoic-i hiving
mil luiuib ' 1 i' 01 n k uiibi bum ueo II
liui t-itiiiK arc 11 i 1 11 uiic
til to iirit)...t
ihe ni! a, I
ino lUaca at). I
the batne ut tl t and
berlUna in tne t0ur",. ''f,,' Sfi'ii' . I
II it unrtiiiTl
popt'LAit low pmci: rinocnn.
. S7-iB MAIN PTKP.ET.
SOMfiTilLVfJ NKW an.MnTHINfl WK1
CO.MKI rV'MKTHINtl OOOIM
At hnlf the jirlce ihst others charge.
We have cloe) contract with one (it
the Mrntst ami muni teltabia linkers in th
liy to hake our htead for ur. to be de
livered to us fresh from the oven every
dny in one-poui l n ounces) loaves When
wn sij imund we mean psnn I nm 10 or 12
mime lovf as lire ustiAHv sold for
poiiml We are noinf to sell the Hrneu
and best 5i loaf of hfMd rrssde for 3V
to crnt loaves far Set 10 J-tunt loaves
Rr'n.l mde from the bH old whent
flour Th" hest materlKl and workrrwhship
to b- ue,! in manufacturing it, Vou can
e on loaf or SO hMvee at V lanf. that
woul'l eot you e any other pkn e or
H ItH ml sods, IV.
pk .Mm and Hammer roda, tie.
5 sacks salt, loc
s drifen clothes p1r., 1(V.
Voung Atneriiii chee, ;,V eaeh.
1 lbs crenm ehref, Je.
6-lb can Callfotnla honev, 0.
la-lb tan cahfotnia honey, JeV'.
Macaroni ni vermicelli, (de hoi.
a lbs best granulated iigar. Hi
31 K ATS AND LAHP.
2(1 lbs lanl, tl
teilt poik, e lb
Cnllfornm hnme, 7'fre lb.
Khisqii. Hie lb
llolognn, ec lb
Hrled lef. lt- lh.
White rose lenf hint.
hvib pnll. PSc: Vlb pall, 5Csi 3-Ih pill. Ji;.
i'sio pan rnmny i.ttu, ik; o ids,
IIIS, .Mi ,
I" lbs leaf Inrd. I.
( have 21 bags of colored brans! want
to cloc 1hem out, 10 lbs for 25c.
New apib nts. 2 lbs 2Sc.
Cillfornla priu hc, 8 lbs IBc.
ti insrkagr currsuls, 2oc
f'-gallnn l:tg soighum. II Jo
,r gallon keg New Orleans mntfte., 11.25.
n-gnllou keg light svrup. JI.60.
S-gallnn keg pine maple, M.
TOIlACi'O ANt CIOAHB.
rtnv laiqle chewing, plug, 2V lb.
Jolly Tar (hewing plug, 3iV lb
Horse Khoe chevvlnj, plug, Ibtc lh.
Long Tmn , hewing, plug. 2iM lh.
1" i" ii'. 2 lb
.SilI'1 ip nn king. 15c , nKg.
Urinr P pe an I pipe, StVj lb
(! nb tck, e lb.
1 ti le Ned, .nfl 1b
N 'ur.il L if 2'c lb
' its ( l In a boxi fnc box
h nl of North Cai linn Uc lh
UNION DEPOT TIME CARD
OMAHA, f-T. LOUIS,
l)KMi:it. ST. 1'AlIti
Chair Cnrn Froei.
Tlcktt onics, f.'3 Mill
St anil UH Llilou Ave
Address II. C. OHJt, A
f! P A . Kansas
1 1 1 v
Irniru nons-All tiuiis dollv
m.irk l x, ' except tliiiiil.iv , s, '
nil , n mi Siturdnv. "v."
Moulin 1, Snturnay onl) Plrst column
! iv. - mi i i 'inmti arrive
HWMHU. .t ST JOH 11. H.-Hurllngton
Ti ilns Leave Arrive
K c. v. Ilrooklb Id xl im pm in Warn
Atlatitio exiiress 7 30 am x 20 pm
Tilt ago fast in in, "LU".. R.11 pm S.liam
St Louis express S lfi pm S 10 am
It .vi 31. It. It. IN NHHUASKA-HiirllnB-
Denver & K. C. express,
Llninln, Hillings .v. Pug-
et Sound II 00am 7.V.pri
K. C, ST. Jon A col'NCIL ULt'KFS
Omiha .L- SI. P. fust mall. 10 10 nm M Wl pm
Iowa i xprcss ; ai pm 'lOlflam
Oinah i e-xptess t 15 put 'f, 30 am
St. Jo" Iowa mall 7Miun v S'i im
Denver express Ili'lnin 7 Vi pnv
Leuv , At h. A. St. .loe ... 3 Ju pm 1 II pnv
All trains make Leavenworth except tho
in M ii. m
CIUCxOO. HOCK ISLAND . PACIFIC.
Trains Hast of .MIksouH lllver
Chicago mall R M am x7 SO pm
Chicago limited 5 11pm 9JSam
Trains West of Missouri lllver
Hutch.. Wichita, Ft. W....10 W am S 2.1 pm
Den., Col. Sp. .fc Pueblo. ...10 Mam 5-J.lpm
Den , Col. Sp e Pueblo . zl lo nm yS am
I. T. l't W.... S-I0pm j"! 'JOnnv
.zS 10 nm 18 20 am
Mull and Hxpross
St Louis daj exprtsa.
It. II -Trains Kit
. ... 7i0nm fi 'A pm
....10 u) am il ) pm
,e mi k last mall
1 .Oi) pm 7 no a m
St Louis night express..
Lt-clngton St. Louis ex.
9 "1 ntu 10 in am
.mi pin in in am
I.exliigtun & Sedalia pis., ti 35 am 7.10 pm
Coffevvlllo .x: Colorado ... 1ft 15am R 11pm
Corteyvllle Wichita tl JO pin 7J0nnv
Jop . Vi. Siott . Wlch l;01am 11:15 pm
Joplln .i Texas eprcss ...lofiijnm 3:10 pnv
Joplln M Texas express .. 7.00pm 7.12am
Omiiln. Lfn. & N Clly ex. 0.15 pm (IVInnv
Omaha A. c H daj' ex 7 30 am s 3.1pm,
K c. .S: ai com e COO pin 1.13 pm
K. C. ,. Si Joe ex 10 30 am .15 pm
K. C, A At St Joe ex . . B-S1 pm 3.10 ami
K NflAS tiTV NOIITHWCSTHRN 11, It
Seliei a .X Healrice ex. . 7 30 pm .IMipni
IV Vll.V.lll liAllillllAUrilJU'A.N),
St. Louis & Chicago ex. .. S if) am
St. L. Ar N 1' Llm. x xto mi am
St. L , D. 31. A: St. P. ex.. S Al pm
K. C. ft Chicago express ii 20 pm
CHICAGO . ALTON.
Chltngo A- St Louis ex.. ft ml nm
Clin ago limited . ...... fi O'I pm
St L Chi igo ex i 1.1 pm
x0 '"I pnv
0 20 am
7 15 ant
f. M pm
fi (0 pnv
KANSVS CUT, POUT SCOTT ,
1'Tnrlda Past 3Inll 10 30nm
ll.11 rlsom illo A. Clinton.. M0 00 am
Subiiibnu jHeSbeiiger ...
Joplln S New fu leans
TeJtUH mull ,
Ja nm Pi 1 am
5 J,i pm lu II am
xl! On pm 7 55 am
10 00 pm 7 0.1 any
A Tl!.AS IfY
10.11 am h 11 pni
ti.iv pm 1 2a am
PNlON PAClKlf! HAIIAVAY
Pacific Coast limited,... 9Snnm .100 put
In river, Sr Cul ex 7 30 pm S30nn;
ATCHISON. TOPPKA A S VNTA FI! 1PY.
K.ibt of Missouri Itieet
Chbtigo limits 1 7 in) p m
Columbian limited .... .1 W pm
Chit ago fist daj light ex 7 30 am
Poll 31.1 bbon local . ... S 10 am
W'.bt of Mlsonil lllver.
Oklahoma te Texa-s local S-llani
So K is. dav txp 'I 10 am
Col., Utah A. Texas llm.. HK1111
California llm l.Mpm
Mexltsi A.- Calif cxp 2.l 11111
S 30 a m
1 21 pni
7 u.1 pm
x5 30 piu
S JO put
ii Xi pm
5 () pin
laillHil 11 loilll IS. K ) xl ilnin Ml "il.ni
Topel.a cxpicfB 130pm OlOnni
Panhandle ex (S. K.L... 'j 10 pm 7 (Can)
Ivas., Ok. A-Tex. n'ht ex 8.20 pm CM am
(rand Central l)eiot, ".'iiil iiod Vi 111 lotle.
I'llICACO riltHAT WHSTHKN ItAlLWAV
ciil. St Paul A Ml mi ..,. tool am ni'lpni
St. J, pes M A- t'lii 9 00pm 7 1ftam
St .1 , Des M A fill ... ') 1ft pm
KANSAS I'lTV, O.SCHOLA .: SoPTHPJl.V
Clliunii .fc lis tola ex .1 no pm 1ft JO any
KANSAS CITY. I'lVI'SHI'mi Cl'LP.
Pittsburg. Jop Neo.sho I.i")am 3 1.1 pm
Accommodation "i)nm s jo pm
Ai couiUHiilatltiii . xi 00 pm x,Vip,ini
Li ale Tuesdivs Thiii.sdnvs and Satin,
days, Airive .Mondajs. W.dnebd.iy and
l.riinil Ae. Heptii, ySntl Mreei.
CHICAGO. MILWAPKUK A ST. PAPL.
I'hliiigu pishiiiger . . xOiOam 7 10pm
I'hillicntiie .xpiisi, v'lmiiin 1030am
Hx -eNi.ir Hp s bp'i I . . bl 15 am bS IB 11111
KANSAS ( 11 V INpnPL'NOP.NCP, AIH
Depots P. c.Mid nnd W'jandotte and Sec.
ond tnd W alnui
KANSAS CITY A IvnPPKNnn.N'PR HAT-
ID TKANSIT HA1LWAY COMPANY.
D. pnu I'lftetntb street ttatlou. Twelfth
Flr.it station. Ninth street station.
The Depot Carriage and Baggage
FLY I. Mil AMI mtlHinVAY,
A CAKRMOE OR BAOOAGE WAG0M
, Prompt and Htllxlile ....
NCI PXIIIA ( IIAItC.t'.s, I OK MlillT YVOKK
fjkeMlchlgaaand take Superior Tnniporlallonii
LAKE SUPERIOR STEAMERS.
THE CREAT LAKE ROUTE.
Dku The New wl NUuiucblv yiuultuu.
Salllncs From Chicago.
Tor &fulltiae I.Uul, Petrell. UttUaJ. PutTtlo.
Torunt ,. t tf . U in It M, TbCl P.JI, Dttl (30 1', B.
111 l M, Sal IIA.M
or lUrlwr M'linira, ivtotytv. Chtilcroli. etc.i Hon.
"M.V.rU mil' SI. bat A M
Aibln.i. Puiuiii.U'.i,lu milrt l-M
-. Hlutrt.I ...roiml.t. mllJ Irt. on ppllcitloo.
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