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THE KANSAS CITY JOUHXAL. SATt'RDAY, MIX 0, W.
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET,
At t MM ( t t.ATIVE PHODt't TS MM-
"Ml mi i rn i.i itm: tit iNntx
Wheal n, .l,t a0 lllRlirr ttht'loc
-lorn tint .'ir-Uit Wrrn t'n-
tlmncril and I'miMont Were
bo, 111 July U -All th jpcutAtlve
i w n vcr dull to-day nnd oloid
( m-ii li rhdtue from the- lt rpn
n'lHittl'inft of elcnlii)'' m scion.
it jt.isi wciik, although 'do hll
. '' hi! Corn wns itnabtt to rwiin
l II tnndo nr soon the lnnrkcl
ii l i- ', lower for the day. The
u irk i brawl up tn thf end nnd rc-
r l i decline" made earlier In the
1 i i -t"ni an? iv phndc hlnhr for
ii I n!.', and a trill lower for Pork.
il i v. i- n.lther frost in the Northwest
i i v ir ., Ituiirnrlii, and with those r"ti
i i iiij nm left out of th bulls' cuke
thn i'iI not retloh It. Where there had
lite a ioll,illtv of freexliiK temperature
in tl: h Klit, r.ilti hnd fullctl, and the Iter
lln vvhi it mAtket, which, nccordlnK to nn
.Antwerp let. mrani, nu excited nnd higher
J.?t.ili ft moon, was quoted 1 mark,
or . , lower bir lnihel thin Inornlnir. Si-p-t
mi r, uhi h clreil jenterday at i'4c
pel rj m t wan iinoticl woith 6t-V on the
ni l, i r i r die nmil.ir plnn, opened at
from ic 'j,',. to-dnv. After, hmifttiiK
ir ! -e t rl for about half an hour
It Lrtkc bv i & and 'lulekly thereafter
1 1 l' i .' i to t-'2c Trade wan an light
ii it hi J U.n all week. Cuilnhy threw
th wilt. lils tnlltietico on the bear
f, t Hi bilaiice mid it wni his eelllnir
which ihl IK rohtrlbiited to the decline
Kfi rrc 1 it ul c. The Humes of the day'
movement ul the principal markets of the
co n'o w, r f.r the bull in regard to the
re. tpt : i' the prlmniv market nnd
ni, vi i Hum in the matter of the Atlantic
nil.irl ib until es St. Lottl received
iniiun) hih ., compared with XU.OH bush
el on the lorrexpondlns ilny of List year,
lint Tol It, whose reeelpls nro nt present
ncii ir cnteity nrawn irom unienR-o, (tot ,.
U bushels, nitilnst HiU'K) bushels n J ear
iit.3. Tin total riunntlty received nt the
live Inisnit winter whc.it mnrkets In the
Wist, wir 21 tmo bushels, compared with
Ml W i 5 nr ao The exports from the
four prm ipnl ilnntlc seaports nmountcd
to only about lotioeM bushels In wheat nnd
Hour toicctlirr No new light was thrown
upon the extent of the d image to spring
wheat In the Northwest. The l'nrls market
was ipioted a simile lilnhor nt the eloo
nnd Iterlln hnd retnt.rod the enrly ile
ollnc. There wns some business done nI?o
In casli wheat it ml for shipment, the up
Kreate of which was IS"!) bushels. A
llrmur fei-llnif which prenilcd near the
closi; wuh nsrrlbed to the last ntmcil In
fluences. September rose to fiPjc nnd
loscd ut fO c, or Ho nbovo jestcrday's
closing pi Ice.
I'orn was very dull and also weak nil
forenoon The weather continued favor
able for the Rrowlnp crop nnd there bolnff
nothlnt? else of Importance enrly In the day
to liiilnenco the local crowd they were for
the most part Inclined to the tellltifr side.
In the last half hour of the session It be
c.ime known th.it a good buslnesq. hnd been
lone In cash corn for shipment, and a par
tial recovery of the early decline occurred
In consequence The okiiIiir for Septem
ber was ut from 4Z'l' to a shade over that,
nnd after touching lie It declined to KPc,
Jiut once mote, about tin- close of the ses
Hlon, It Rot within l-lt;c of 41c, nnd the gen
ital trndlni; price In the end was 4J)hC.
Only u limited business wns done lu the
oats mark t U.irlv in the session prices
declined and the recline ws weak, due
to liquidation A reaction occurred later,
which broiiKht the llnlsh to n nolnt about
even with estctdays close, September
opened at U',(iK.'i.e, sold up to "J)ic, do
cllnid to SJii", and clohcct at 2Jiic
The provision mniket was featureless ex
ceiit lu the matter of the small movement
f hoirs nnd the small elTeet the latter hnd
tipou the spend. n Ive trade. Thu openluR
lit Ices were the hiuliest of the d.iv, but n
Mibsequent bieak In pork wtus pattlally re
covered, leavlnir Hint article only 2'c Iow
er than It closed yesterdnv. Lird and ribs
each closed 2'.c higher for the day. To
ilnv's run of hogs vwia 11,(X) and C.UW 13 the
estimated run for to-morrow.
I)euth4 ami l'uncralH.
The funeral of Mrs. Jennie Hose, aged 10
years, wife of Walter J. Hose, of the Mini
it Carlton .v Itose, which wus to have
been held yestetday afternoon, v.dll be held
this .iltejuoon at 4 o'clock ttom the lebi
rience, a.nu Kust Seventh s-tieet. Sho died
WednesO.ii nlKht nt her home. Dr. W. A.
ijuavle will otllelate. Tho luneial was
postponed to nvvnlt tho arrival of her
mothci. Butlal will be In 1-lmvvood cemc
ter The remains of James Simons, uged C'J
vir.s, who ned Wednesday night at the
1 -nlly residiiice, ill) It, ilea nvenue vveiu
iiikci) vcHterday evenlnif to larlvllle. 111.,
Tho rcmilirt of Mrs. Pcrmlllla A. Oravei,
. who bed fbur.sduy atternooii at her home,
2.117 (iiove sneet, were taken List night to
Ink. i III for butlal.
The funeral of .Mrs. Dora Dunlap, wlfo
of .ImImi T Dunlap who died Thursday
afternoon at the German hospital, will
Like l late Sunday afternoon at - o'cloik
liom the fimilv icsldence, ir,io Chailotto
street The l.ods will bo placed In tho
lllmwond emeterv vuult.
Mis I oiu 'Weber, w ili of H. O. Weber,
secittnrv of the Weber Onsollno llnglne
("ompans dbd nt S o'clock vesteidny morn
ing at (tit family home, lill'J Suminlt street.
Di'iciihid was Jil je.irs old. Tho funuial
villi In. het 1 from ih retidenco to-morrow
itfieinoon at oMoek.
Jiimt j I' Young aged 2X died yesterday
nt i hi family hi me Wl Cnmpbell stieet
The fiiiicial will be Sunday afternoon at 2
n clock from the Second Haptlst chinch
Tinth nnd Charlotte btretts. Ilurlal will
be in T nlon cemi teiy.
Will' im Horuii Infint ton of Mr. nnd
Mis Iiorau of "01 1-ast SKteenth strei't,
dli 1 sesicrdav ni tho family home, q'hn
tir,.ral will lie fmin the rosldenee to-day
ni 1 p m Huiiiil will bo in Mount St.
William I. Tldball, nged jfl, died enrly
vehturday morning nt the sanitarium, lluO
llronilvv ly The icmnlns vveri taken yes
terd.iv fvenlng to his home, Jasper, Mo
rx-l'oufeilernto AhlM lutloii Meeting.
The ni-Onnfedernte Assoelatlon held n
iiieeiing 1 isr n elit nt iter.in f'otnp.inv
Ah hr ilqiiiirtcm Thlrtei nth street and
drawl avcinii After the routine business
liuil been tiaiiaeted tho matter of placing
Ii motiuinr-iit t I'orest Hill eeineteiy over
the Ponfe lerite dead who fell at the bat
tie of W.stpoit nan discussed at some
length lull no dellnlto action was taken.
It Is iissnitii how evu, that a $1,ii0 monu
ment will be erei't.-d Insldu of a few
mom In Several ladles vveni present nt
' lln meetum Major Henry Newman, of
Hindi' "i i uiuity, paid the association n
vltdt Si,er"dis iveie made hv Alitor New
man Colonel Thomas N. Williams and
Major lloss (Jullln The bpenkers treated
th' audi ii'-e to some remlnlseenees and
ii isonal HfiTli nies on the bloody fields
of Cold Harbiir, Hpnttsvlvnnla, tho Wllder
!i' b and Missionary Itldge.
Ill Id I mill ltolibed.
A man nam, I Carson reported to the po
ll o at Armour lulo station at an exirly hour
this morning that he Jind been held up on
O ii;f nv imo by a highwayman who
robbed linn of hli gold watch and ?2j.
N Stetson, New York, Is at the Coates.
J, C Ilublngi r Keokuk, Is at the Coates.
n, ti melon, Chicago, Is at tho Coataa.
H C, I.Uf-ns, I'ltuburir, Is at the Coates,
M, S. Davis, Cleveland, Is at tho Coates,
j;, 11, Uutler, Milwaukee, Is at the Coates,
.1 T Btevens. I'eru, lud., Is at the
i:. it. Scott, Salt I.tko City, Is at the
Trunk Nicholson, Phoenix, A. T., Is at the
O I,, Abbott, West Chester, Pa., U at tho
Dr D. M, Fulton and wlfo returned yes
terday from a ttlp to Colorado,
C b illlams, St. Jouls, Is at the Vic
frfa. J. JI. Ilrodley, fit, Iouls, Mo., Is at tho
v i torja.
Mom oo Hallow ay, St. I,ouls, Jto., Is at
i; P Kclloy, Guthrie, O. T., is at the
" , torla.
W D Glass, Coffeyvllle, Kas., Is at the
T I Palrschlld, Tort Worth, Tex Is nt
th i Metorla.
George at. rink, Cincinnati, O., is at the
A, M. Hosk. Council Grove, Kas., Is nt
tha NiW Albany,
O. M. Douse, Lincoln, Neb., Is at tho New
Daniel I.ooht, Madison, Kas., Is at the
C. F. Hays, liazaur, Kas., la at the New
M. A- Crelghton, Crelghton, Mo., Is at the
N. iv Albany.
W 12. Hazen. W- C. Spangler. P. A.
Dolbee, Ilany Ii. Stevens and Theodore
Gardner wire Lawrence, Kas., cltUeuj in
1Cuju3 City yiiteiday.
SNAP SH0TSAJ FLIRTERS,
llow n Vtemlier nf the l.'ipml 'iirjrnse An-
nrhitloii Would treat tllddy
At ft meeting of the Kqti-il SufTrn Socle
tv. held ?t the pavilion lit Troost park ve
tirdft nrtornoon, the subject of pirks was
consldetr 1 Mrs rmnron .lenklns. the prr.
Ident, quoted A conversiltiott lwlwnn her
self nnd the keper of the prk Jut be
fore th meetln Ih which the totter en
sured her thut Troost pnrk Is rctl Im
proved. rnoMlly nnd otherwls. after which
he called tor the report of the committee
on parks Mrs, M, p, Coleman made an
wrr, in the ahaence of the chalrmin
After sgvin.it that all of the parks hud
ii'-ii viiip'i ny in commill''e, sne ti"h
on to note the fnot thnt thouh Tt si
pira na improved, the amount or nirtlmc
which (toes on on the ears runniiiR' to nnd
from the park is outrageous to ft degree.
"t am rather of the opinion we ouirht to
put aomeone on the enra to take snap pict
ures of these fllrters. We mlaht show some
ef theae men up by having; the drtllv papers
copy on' photographs, or we might send
copies of the pictures to the famr
hud for th children who are rl Una: on the
cars, and If had for everybody "
She proeeeded to tell of Kairmount nnd
Washington parks, after hlih she ex
plained thnt the committee had takftj no
definite action, hut she meant It should If
she were able to nattier tho members to
The next topl wa the orn.inleatlnn of
equal suftraire sonletles, preparatory 10 the
nututnn ininpnlitti, which hna been out
lined by the imtlemal Imdv, of which Mrs,
I'hapmnti Cntt la president Ity virtue of
belnK a state organiser, Mrs. Coleman
spoke on this subject, too.
She was of the opinion that many women
are nt heart believers In equal sultrnge,
only they have not hud the matter brought
to their intention in the right way, and
have not been naked to exert themselves In
Its behalf. Incidentally, Mri. Coleman had
this to sn :
"A grat many ministers think thnt we
women want to be enfranchised so thnt we
can nil be preachers. Well, ns ii matter
of fnet, we don t want to make speeches or
preach, nnd some of us couldn't. If we did
want to." On finishing, she gave notb e
of nn organization meeting nt the resi
dence of Mrs. deary, on Monroe avenue,
two weeks hence,
Mrs. J 1. Xewiiy give n short necount
of tho astounding manner In which tho men
acted when she and other ladles attended
soma or tno meetings previous to ttie elec
tion on the water works bonds. It seems
the ladies nttelided becnuso the no
tices announced that they would be
welcome, nnd they wnnled to test the
statement. "The men were very quiet,"
said Mrs. Newby. "They didn't make nnv
disturbance and thev all stopped smoking.1'
After the discussion of some tlnnnclal mit
ters, Mrs. Jenkins announced that she Ih
soon to leave the elty for some months
She nsked tin- members not to forget the
Jail or workhouse, saving at the s.uiio time
thnt a committee of tho society had tn
cently visited the former, nnd been made
the recipients of tunny sad stoties.
Itev. J. A, I. McGaw, pastor, will preach
both morning nnd evening In tho Llnwood
Presbyterian church. His morning sub
ject will be, "How They Ilullt the Willi."
In the evening he will preai h on "The
Itev. Charles H. Mitchell. D. n.. will
ptench ns usual In tho Gland Avenue M.
11. church nt 11 o'clock a. in., nnd will lect
ure nt S o'clock p. m on "A Horbob.ick
Kldo to Jericho and tho Jordan."
ltov. It. T. Smith, pastor of tho Summit
St i cot Methodist l-plscoiial church, No.
11,22 Summit stteet, will preach lu the
morning on "The Capture of Jericho."
His evening toplo will bo "David und Ab
salom." Itev. Felix n. Hill, Jr., of St. Louis, son
of the pnstor, will preach nt thn Troost
Avenue Methodist Kplscop.il church in the
morning. Thu pastor will preach In the
Hev. Charles H. riruce, pastor of the
i mn I'resuyieti.in inurcn, win prc.icn in
the morning In the Children's .Memorial
Lutheran church. There villi be no even
ing service. Itev. Bruce will preach In his
own church In tho evening.
Joseph baling, of Wnlln Wnlla, Wash
a. student of Garrett Illbllcnl Instttute.wili
preach at the Thltd Presbyterian church
In tho morning. Itov. S. M. IJeldcn, tho
pastor, will pieaih. In tho evening on
At the Itofonned Prosbyteriin church,
No. ITM Summit street, there will bo serv
ices at U a. m ; tho pastor, Itev. A. J. Mc
rnrland, will pronch. Ills bubject will bo
"Seaith the Scriptures."
At the First Church of Liberal Christian
Scientists, No 1010 Grand avenue, n gttlar
services will bo held at 11 a. m. Mrs. S.
D Dlmcndorph, minister.
There will lie services nt the First Con
gregational church at in 30 a. m. Pn aching
bv Dr. A. 11 Thnln, of Tabor. In. Subject,
"The Mothiihood of God." Dr. Tluiln will
supply the pulpit of tho First church for
sl weeks from July II.
At the Independence Avenue Mi thodlst
1-plscopnl chiitch, corner of Independent e
boulevuid nnd Olive street, at 11 n in and
S p. in., Itev. John Kraut, D, P. p'-'nr
or Tilnlty M. L". church, Jeri. y Citv V J ,
will occupy the pulpit. Dr. Qtnu 1 , the
pistor. Is abbent in the Hast on hf una.
Hon, and Dr. Krnutz, who Is on his way tn
Denver, has eoneiitol to remain In the
city over Sunday and supply the pulpit.
Dr. Krautz is an eminent divine, nn able
and talented man, nnd one of the bright
est preachers in the Hast. The choir of this
church has recently been reorganized and
now consists of the following well known
slngeis- Miss Mabel Hans, soprano: Ml-s
Mary Hlng, contralto. Mr. W. II. Pitur,
tenorrMr HI ward Chaff i-e, basso The
choir will render special selections of mu
sic for both si rvlies.
At the Western Church of Christ, S ! n
tlst, auditorium of the Y. M. C A. bul'l
Ing. cointr of Ninth nnd Locust biieiis,
servlies will be held nt 11 o'clock a. il
The Chilhllnii i'.ndeavor Society of the
Flist Congregational ehun h will hold seiv
Ices at n 30 p. in. Topic, "A Clean Life"
At tho Fltst Cumhtit.iml Presbyterian
church, coiner Thirteenth nnd Oak streets,
there will be pre.nhlng by the pastor. Itev.
V N. Allen, on the subject, "Tho Young
Man of tho Future," at 11 u in
At the Itoberts mission. K! Host Third
street, Judge T. N Williams will in
duct tho birvlces Sunday evening at S
Itev. J. W. Love, D. D., of St. Paul's
Reformed church, No. 1CJ'. Cential stieit,
will conduct worship at 11 a. tn nnd s p
m aiorning suujeei, -irue uiKitiooiis
ness;" evening eubject, "Tho Heaven'
At tho Westminster Prebvterlnn chiinh,
comer of Tenth and Central meets, tlnie
will be preaching by the pastor, Itev. W.
P. George. D. D.. at II o'clock; subject,
"Dlvlno Worship and Its Attendant Illefcs
ings." which will be followed by tho or
dlivitlon and Installation of elders and
deacons by Itev. C. W. liacltus, D. Il
nnd the pistor.
At St. Ui-orge's pro-cathedral, corner of
Ttoost and Lln wood avenues, Itlght Itev.
H. 11. Atwlll, D. D. bishop, and Hev. S.
jr. llolden, dean, will conduct the follow
ing sei vices: Harly communion at 7.30 n.
in , Sunday school nt to a, in , morning
prayer, litany and sermon nt 11 n. m.,
ovenlng praver nnd senium nt S p. m.
The musical portion of tho st rvlco will
bo reiideicd by tho vcktod choir of men
At tho First Church of Christ. Scientist,
Coates opera house. Tenth street und
Ilroadway, services will lie held at 11 a. m.
At itho Ollvi- Street Huptlst church thu
pistor, Itev. John It. Urown, will take for
ids morning subject, "Heirs of God." Tho
ovenlng subject will be, "Chai.iotcr and
At the Tlrst Unlversallst church, No.
1210 Hast Ninth street, sei vices will bo
Iield at H n. m.. conducted by Archln
t niii,i, oi tno loung i-copte's umivtian
Itegular servlcpcs vvlll bo held by tho
Pnychlc Society, nt No. 12J0 McGeo btieet.
Itev, James Dellurhiinnnne, Ph. D , vvlll
deliver his n ond lecture upon "The In
splintlnii, AuthontUlty und, Origin of tho
Dr. James A, Duticun lins returned to tho
city, and vvlll preach morning and ovenlng
nt Melrose church, The morning topic will
be, "The First Versa of Genesis." nnd In
tho evening tho tonlo will be, "Tho Disap
pointment of tho Self-Conlldent."
Hlectrlo Fans, Oate City Hlectrlo Co,
717 Delaware St. Tel, 2113.
IIIIIUF ITIIMS nv iviun.
Washington, July 13. Asslstnnt Secre
tary ltenolds, In a licnbloii apjienl case,
dctilod to-dai, holds that a claimant who
11 led his claim while u desertur had no
status to apply ami that Ills pension could
only date from tho filing of unother appli
cation, subsequent to Ills dlscharte.
Newport, It. I.. July 1!). The torpedo
boat Gushing went to Coddlngton Cove this
morning and made? a shut with a new
idgliteen-luch "baby" Howell torpeelo. It
developed a speed of 26ii knots nnd ex
perts are of the opinion that It vvlll prove
u formidable rival of the Whitehead tor
pedo. Olllcers of he Australian school
bhlp Donau attendee) tha test by Invitation
of Commodoio Wallace.
Lawrence, Kus., July 13. (Special.) The
heuvy tain of tho last few uuvs caused
the waters In the Wukarusa creek, suuth
and cast of Lawrence, to overflow the en
tire bottom or over a mile In width. Tho
water Is destroying tho crops, particular
ly corn und email gruln. It was reported
this afternoon that severul brldgeb have
gone out and the loss to the county fiom
this vvlll be several thousand dollais. The
water was still lislng In the creek this
ItlH'IMTION Til TIIK IWMOIt.
.Members nf the lerond Presbyterian I hnrrli
(ireel Iter, W. It. 1 hoiiipsiiu, l. I).
Itev. O. Thinips.in. 11 II c.r nx
fonl, O, presl ! nt f the Mlnml utii
letltv, now the acting pntur f tin
pPCnnd l'rTbytprlnn chutih, was glv,ii
n rtJceplloii bv the congngntlnn list
night. Thn gntherlng wbs In th chun Ii
parlorft nml wna it rrfost etijojnble affair.
The olllcers of the elitirclt. led In Dr.
15. W. Sclmtilller, nctad ns thr reeeptlmt
tvuitmlttep, Itev. Dr. Thonipaon belns
Intrudttceil to nil of thoe piTent. The
parlors were crowded. There vvnv a
short nuislenl progrntnmc fKuielstltig of
rtn liistmmeiilnl plecp by Mlsa Hrc
Wocvlaott, a vneiil sedo by Mrs. (' W
Holt tillil n mftndnlltl duct bv the Mir
W'ever, nflrr which refreahments were
Next Sunday morning the church slim
ing vvlll ho led bv n nv oliolr, imisi
ln of Mrs. C. W. Huff, suprahn. M-s
Heiltly, lti; Mr. !'. 11. Vnroj, lit, and
Mr. flporge W, C'urtlw, tenor Mrs Huff
retttrna in tho choir after having b-. ti
engaged elsewhere In the cltv fur "i
ernl years. Mr. Vnrey vvns utno bcfoie
n member of the choir also.
Wilshlnnton, July Is The following pen
slona have been granted:
Orlfflnnl Itlchard II, Skuae, Savannah,
Andrew: Joseph .Mlnken, I'rumet, .I,tT,i
son, Joseph Thomas, St. Imls, St lmls,
John T. Smith, Wnvncsvllle, Putnskl.
Hmnnuel Mllhr. Fair I'lav, Polk
Supplemental Churlcs VV. Jotdnn, Clin
Increase Alonzo O. lllnndenhitrg.Sprlng
Itelssite John W. Moore, Joplln, Jasper,
ncnr Herry, Fillmore, Andrew, !enro
W Skinner, Walker, Vermin: Thomas .! -kins,
Lebanon. Lncledej Andrew II. Pat
rick, Tlnn, Carroll.
irlKlnnl, widows, etc. Marlon II L
c ,i per. St. Jxinl, St Louis; minora of
I'rltx Mueller, St. Iuils. St. Iyillls,
Additional Henry tjuler, Wlltnol, Cow
lev, George lloshon. Toekn. Shiiwnee,
Itenewal Krnnk J Manning, Pittsburg,
Crawford: Wtlllnm F Itrnshenr, Mound
Valley, Lnliette; Hlrntn A. Martin, Iong
Island. Phillips; Henry O. Plxley, Covert,
Increase Jasper N. Hoover, Htiie Jtound,
Linn: Henjnmln V Irvln, Scrnntoti. nsngo;
Lennder W. Harris, Ilaxtcr Springs, Chei.
Itelsstte Wllllim Atlman. Mound Vnllev,
Labette; William Scott, Lurned, Pawnee.
Michael HIsh, Fort Scott, Hourbon: An
thony Knndlg, K insns City, Wjnndotte,
Henrv It. Dlnsmore, Junction City, Geary,
Hnos" F MiCollutu, W'oonsevu, Chn.se;
George 11 Ogg, Tlinver, Ni,ho, George
W. Dart, lladilam. Washington.
Orlglniil, widows, etc-Hllzaboth Dotnl
(mother), Dav, Washington.
Original Harrison Wlnslow, W'nyano
AMATKUIt 1 KAMI'S IN KNOI.ANH.
Their r.tperlnients of Hard Work In n
From the Century.
Wo appeared at the door of the ward
about half pant 7 in the evonlne. A little
window wns raised, ond I stepped forward
to state m business. Unconsciously I
leaned against the sill of tho window, which
olfendid the Inspector In chnrge considera
bly. "What's our name?" he thundered.
Still leaning on the sill, I gave him mv
name honestly enough. He then remarked
to some person Inside that we were not nc
customed to such places, evidently, nnd
called out, "Stand back, will joti!" Hack
1 stood, lie called out uvaln, "Take oft
onr hat." Mv hit camo off Instantei
Still again: "Vou come In here ns it you
was a meeleeonary. You're not, you're i
casual." I was ns meek as I could well he
Ityborg was Itching to grab the Inspi c tor
with his long arms. The next unction vv.ia
as to where vse had slept tho night be
fore. "Straw slack." I replied.
"None of our Impudence! You slept out
why don't you say so? Have u got any
"A ha'penny, sir."
"Hand It in."
In it went. Then I had to tell my trade,
which was that of a-sailor's and naturally
the next question was as to where 1 was
"To Amerlky, sir, If I can ever get
"You're goln' to tramp It, aren't you?"
"Yes, sir; that's my intention:" but for
tho life of mo 1 could not seo how I was
going to ic.ich America that way. I was so
frightened that t would have told him any
thing he wanted.
When ho was through with us. a kind
hearted attendant took us lu hand, gave us
some ruel and bread, n bath, clean night
shirts, and then a cell apiece, In which
vv.- 6lept very well.
As tbete were only four Inmates that
morning, we were nei ded for the cleaning
up. and so escaped stone breaking, which
1 dreaded exceedingly, and were put at var
ious light oi i iipations or rather I was.
Ityborg was the victim of his strength.
Our breakfast euiislutid of the sanii dish ns
our supper of the night before. 1 vv.ib soon
busy as general Ilreman, scrubber, Knife
cleaner, coal earlier, dishwasher and help
er of my sister siilferer, Mrs. Murphy, as
sho washed her task of towels and shirts.
At noon we had pea soup nnd bread. I
enjoyed It. but Kvborg did not.
The poor fellow was feeling badly; he
hnd had to scrub nuitly twenty cells nnd
the bending ovci incident to audi a tent
had nearly broken his back. At dinner ho
said plaintively, "Flynt, I want to go
home." "So do I." I replied, "but I fancy
vve'io wanted lure until to-moirow morn
ing." This proud to be tho case; but he
felt better In tho afternoon and got
through comfortably, wheeling nearly u
ton of stono fiom some of thu cells to tho
general pile, lie eaiiud his "keep," If ever
any poor prKiiu r did
1 fur I was more shiftless, for about the
middle of the afternoon tho attend ml who
was with me at the furc.ip,, B.ni.t! 'Mah
might as well rest; Just keep jour eyo on
tht llres, that's all " It was kind of him,
and, ns I hud nt lenst earned my pea soup
and gnu 1, 1 took his advice. Ho was Kind
er to me. I think, because I had given him
a corncob pine which he hnd had to take
away Jiom me tho night before During
the day he had asked me bover.il nuestlons
about It, and I had said: "It's a very de
cent sort of pipe, cooiln'-llko, ou know."
"Doesn't Mark Twain nlwuys smoko one
o' them pipes I" said he.
"Wet it I know," said I, "but I can well
"I'm a great ft lend nf Mark Tw.iln " he
pursued, "an' I'm n-thinklu' nbotit getlln
one o' them pipes, Jest out o respect to
"Well," said I, "permit me, In the nnmo
of your respect, to present sou with my
pipe; besides, you'vo got U anyhow." He
thanked me piofusely and promised to
Keep It forever. Later In the duy ho re
ported It to be Just na I had said, "Sort o"
coolln'-llke-." And ho wns a good ft lend
to me nil tho rest of my stuy In the Not
ting Hill station.
on Wednesday morning we wero turned
looso with our two ha'pennies. Wo wore
lieith to happy that we determined to get
off the road that very day.
We hud been tiamps for three weeks and
hnd walked most of this time fully llfteen
miles a day; so we looked up my friend at
tho Temple, and In a few hours weio
re'spectable again. Thnt sumo day I took
my tramp clothes out to the casual ward
and presented them to my friend, tho at
tendant. I had toll him the day before
thnt I expected to get some new "togs"
soon und he had put In a plea for my old
ones. Good luck to him nud them.
'1 he lted Sen ltlowii Dry,
Iloston Transcript: The miracle of the
lted sea, which enabled the children of
Isiuel to (scape trom I'huraoh, lias hap
pened kiRalu, ifixirts Major General Tul
loch to tho llrttlsii govirnmem, lie has
been surveying tho route of tho uxodus,
and saw It with his own ees Inst week,
A wind arose so llerco that within n. few
hours It had driven tho entlie water of
Lake Menzahleh out of sight beyond tho
portion, leaving ull the sailing vessels
testing on the sandy bed. This auswcis to
tho description in the ltlhlo, and the mlr
in lo turns out to be a phenomenon of na
ture. A l.nv Vacation.
Sdney Hullctln: Stranger "I've mpt
several people goln' sbuotlu' an' llshin'
to-dav. Is theio ii nail-holiday In the
ltesldent "A nalf-hollday! Most of us
have had to take u. whole one two yeais
M rLlclit ttr rnclUh UUuonil Ifl-anl.
yVfcK BAFC. klWtl rvlKtU. LAOIC tl
iJfUIflit Ur Chlctur huMth Via
ibsUM aikltxl wtib Hut ribbon. Talo
n nik.p. Htfutt danatruut autititum
n.in.f Jfr.m.1 in in ii iaj dCiiA miiua
iO tUuiJf ft ""llcul". UaUiaODUU till
"Keller ior ituic ' i'"'r, U7 remm
IvU U fci LvAjvl DruultU. l'.UAsU., t'.
ron Mt.i:-ttt:.w, hstaiis.
Wliai io Do
This Hot Weather?
, tin at on e in i buj that fr " hom, built
bv tne ti 1"1 It s high 'j cool and
tnodrrn, nt ut ! t inks souih nf fstth afreet
on t'hesttm IIms l , n sold nver mv RMd.
and Lhere is oil v a little ovet M.iflO agalntt
it. Vou ni hn- it thi vv,.k fof a tfllle
libove that nur" After this wftk roll
"im't huj It shoii of IS.wu.
Go to Westport,
The Coming Suburb
ant ou will ti v r tegrct it 'Tools hultd
hiii-is an 1 vi i- Hit live Hi them ' The
n rs bstik mil i fmd 'f me, nml 1
706 Wall St.
BARGAIN fO1 ALL CASH
OR ON EASY TERMS.
A 3?0 ncrrt sti.tlr rnrm rn ISA tltin nf llin
Fort Scott .t Gulf rnllroad. 3J miles from
Kansas city, Mo ; 3 miles from Pnola.
Krts , and 4 miles from Hillsdale. Kns
This farm Is mostly bottom lind. about 2'
acres miner cultivation, balance timber
pasture, all but CO acres un be mndo
plow land. Hull creek runs through It.
there aru also wells and cisterns and
several springs of good rlear water. Fiirtn
Is fenced und cross-fenced, barbed wlro
ii nil boards (hog tlEht). Good 8 room frame
hotiso In vcrv fair condition, barns, corn
cribs, hog pens, ote Price, iX per ncrc. nil
cash, or 1j per n.-re, on time. For fur
ther pnrtli itlnrs a ldress tt. c. Dye, room
6. Denis building C'th and Wmdotte sts.,
care of H Fllison & Sons, or Woodson
Masters, Hsn. . Paola, Kas.
GHHAT OPPOUTI'NITIF.S along the line
of the Knnsnn Cltj Pic-burg Ac Gulf It It
for small Investments In Southwest Missou
ri and Northwest Arkansas IHiy a in acre
fruit firm for Jl per u re rej terms $1
pi r acre down ! ilanc e in m inthl pnv
metita, Itettir th in a savliii: built Sonic,
thing that WILL GIIOW IN VALtH.
Hundreds are picking these hireling up
why not you? Write for full Information to
F. A. HORNBECK
LAND COMMISSIONHIl K. C . P & G.
7th and Wyandotte.
FIGHT miles south of this eltv live miles
south of Westport Good S i mi liunsi ,
bearing on hiiril of "00 tires, ,. ,. ralv,
well watered by spring, well .ud ilsnin,
adjoining Inn i held nt I00 to t'n pei in re.
phue rents for IOO per yiar. cash price
lor quick sale, fi',"00
N.is. :iJ- anil aid .Slii'iilloj liinlcllii'.'.
Full SALH nlC3 foot lot iv Hi n brick
builtilng. . ost over $".O0i). ta-u iron!, on
Central stieet. near lClh, 1 f t above
grade I nm the onlj agent In K ins is city
iinlhiir;. d tu sell this mnciuih i nt pioj)
ertv r, r f j 000. $. ikIO cash. JJ.eiiO in 1, S and
3 jtar.-, at l per nt
Jons mtowNi: .t rn.,
7.7-S-1) N Y L bldg.
WANTHD To purchase. I Have. a cash
cintomer for Improved business prnperty
on 12th or ISth i-tieet Send In a full di -scrlptlun
of our piopcny and ynui least
cash llgures to John Iirowne ,1 to, 7-'7-S
and 0 N. Y. Life bldg
roit ai,h mix iii.i, m:ih S.
AN FNL'SIIAL OFFFU I have fir sale
.1 complete set of abstinc t books of Iniugl is
countv, with the goud will of a s li ii 1 I
iihstr.n t real estau and Insuran .- I,u-i-ness,
built up In thitty v. ars of net iv. lui-I-ness.
Lawrence, the county seat of lunu
las county. Is the hmne of the I in-us
stnte university nnd nltorls splendid f un
ities for a siie'corsful bti'inesg and u l.il
career. Addrs L. S. Steele, Lawrence,
FOIl SALH Haklng business. Will sell
residence, " lots iuxMO brick shop Us. 10,
two ovens, stnlile, tools, wagon, i horses,
nil In good condition; business paying well.
Address 'A CIS, Journal otllce.
KOlt KALH Fine double hnrness for car
riage; will soil cheap If taken nt once. Tel
ephone 70,", or address 1920 K. 12th st.
to iiiivr uor.sns.
TO Itr.NT-lly Joseph Plume, Itent.il
Agent slnue ISSu, 201 New Hngland building.
102j Cherry at., 0 room brick, ?I5.
W7 Hast 13th st s ro. in brick, 23.
1S15 Grand ave., Urge tore, JIS.
Ull Independence av, . luge store, $15.
TO rniXT-lty Cow he 1 Tiros.:
alio K. t'th, 0 r. mod., v ird, &,
1220 H, ilh, !l r. mod , lo-,e In, J23 CO.
72s Tracy, like nbovo, $..' 50.
2311 I'tospect, S r.. J.ird, 13.
TO HUNT New 7 room slate roof brick
cottage, with furnaco and all other modern
nppolntments. Will give le mo for one jear
from August 1 at I2," Telephone l.75.
V. F. HOOK .v: CO, 115 W. Sth St.
IO ltr.NT ItODIIS.
TO IIHNT Newly furnished, clenn, well
lighted rooms, location convenient: terms
very rc.iBonnble, light housekeeping al
lowed. M. W. llrlght, 213Hi Independence
TO HUNT Itooms, furnished or unfur
nished, and olliees. Wo or S21 Wyandotte st.
'i o ltr.NT Misci:i.i.ANi:ors.
TO HUNT Two dairy or feed tots, of
5 and 10 acres, on Shawnee road, Grej stone
heights, between Itosedalo and Aimour
dalo, tenia! (20 and $30 inch per month.
See Andrews, owner, or Htckox, agent, on
WILL THADH Kansas City vacant lots
for farming lands In South Nebraska,
Northeastern Kansas or Missouri, villi as
sume) Incumbrance. O. MILLS, Ilurden, Ks.
IIIIAIi HSTATH THA&rJ3ltS.
NOltMAN & HOHL'UTaON.
of abstracts and vxauilnera of laud tltlej,
No. lb ttast Blxth street, furnish dully tha
transfers of real estate wen in me ri-coru-er's
onice ut Kansas City, Mo.
Notice All transfers appearing in our
dully reports contain cuv mains of general
warranty unless otherwise 3iatcd.
Clara H,' Waters to Mary F. Devlno;
lots 4 to JO, block 81, Last Kansas .J 10,000
F. G, Jillson und wife to A. A, Will;
south is teoi oi tot .v, viarwicic
H. L. Hc'ndi'rso'ii' and vvite"te"o"."lj',
Henderson; lots 37, 3S und W, block
1, King & Uouton's addltlou .,,, ,
H. L. Winter and wllo to J A.
Leeden mid wife; lot 1, block i,
Lincoln pari; .......... ............
J, M. Carothers nnd wife, to W, N.
Collins; pan of lota 1 to I, l'rospoci
W. N, CollVn"and' wlfo to"T,'"j',
Aylwnrd; same ..
It. M. Snyder und wife to Missouri
Gas Company; part of lot 4 and
ull of lota 5 to 9, block 3, Hast
F. M. Rlcketts to Clai.i H. Waters;
lots 4 to 10. block 81, Last Kansas,.
H. Wlnnberg et nl to J. C. Winn
berg; part of lots 13, 11 and 13,
block b, Peery placo
D. T. Huntington to 11. W, Hunting
ton; lot 17, block 5. Prospect View..
C. H. Kershner und wlto to M. T,
Wllllamsj part of lot 21, Green-
FOR SALE FARM
HI'slM'.sS CIIIM'I .
HI MINK.W CIMNiT. i to
mniiin mnii nn sinnll n.,t il bv i are
siiientiule spe ulntlnn (w hooK on Wte
' fill speculation In m i n (sent frcel
t'lii ill ihnut it Tho-nis A c. bankers
nn.l hrokus, ro inis A l Itiilto iilda..
hi afto, III
ii"K? (HI'imrrMTY -Vew dry
r.io.ts stork to , dispisri ,,f, new atori
nxiurea for sale, most desimbie store and
basement on I'nut s. fr ,,t,t Apply to
11 K llnl.f., Mth nn I iltiiil.
FOH BALL Fine confe tlimrv, cheapi
partlea wish to leave the cltj 17W Butt
W A.VTBD-organlters and nfents for a
beneficial and friiernal order, tienetlt cer
tltlcatra from jvw to Htnt, sickness and
ecld-nt tli, les til and IH per year pnvs
l. Its and MS per w-k Ad iress or in
UUlns II. M HKl.LrH Sup flsc'y,
. .M Temple block.
JfiltN A WIIILR Bimnm Pre.
WA.Ml:il-MA H IILt.l'.
W v VTF fv-lirmd bakr A good, iober
in in who undersi mils his business can Hnd
n nlv rmiilovniitit n f,. reman, married
m in i -fi rrd, nn Ui rtiiiu It S ItroWh,
II '1 ltrn.lwai. I.c nv tittnrih, Kns .
W vs n;n Collector mnri To write
n lilies, references. Miller Co f!19 Main ft.
in in, news agents
mm, collector, ailea
e West fith st., room li.
n n ii:ii-ii:m i,f, iii'.lp,
W"ANTi;n A goo 1 Herman or Swede
girl r.ir enernl huisinork Apply Sntur
dn at 2111 1 ron t ,ni'
Mil vnoN w vvi i-.n-M w,i:
WANTIlIi Hltuntlons f ,r llrst-class ho
tel looks .mil Imkets hue ten on leglsler.
Ciinn Hun cillln, pip, 1. t2th n Tel 1179.
riii'i.ov vii:n i tn ni's.
C A N A PI A N "?M Plii ni IInVofT'TcH
nnd fuinl'hi I m mi let1 I ist 12th. eor
;llnui T. I 1171 lln I.." plan In K C,
Mo , to tin. I I . lp or sltinitl nix tn l. or f, -male,
14 mum ipeil,n e It. f iiinnh.i
Nat. bank, uinnha, I'lll, ns b.iiik, K C.
W VMI'll VIISCl;l,I.A.M.(ll s.
WANTI1P lloom nnd board In prlvnte
fatnllv li a vnnugmun of excellent habits,
short distance fiom Fourth nnd Minnesota,
nve. AcMress W, Jomnal brancli olllcc,
Kaiisna Cltj, Kas.
JIIIM:V 'It) LOAN.
LOANS Missouri farm loans promptly
mule within loo miles oi Kanjs l'lt.
Kiinsas Cltj Improved loans wanted; sizes
7iw to 42.0IJO. W lite or call.
JAMFS L LOMllAItt).
4M Heist bide: , K msis City.
MoNF.Y TO LOAN Quick, low tntes.
H I. JOHNSON" ei co. , y Life bldg.
I.OVN private money real estate; no
commission, 1233 Grand ave., taoin 1.
:Nxri:it rnvip vii.
CHAS K TOU'T, JOHN H. TOWT,
Piesldint Vke Pieslclcnt.
H. L HAItltlS,
MIDLAND TltANSFLIl CO -Freight
nnd baggage transferted to nnd from nil
depots. Furtiltuie moved ami packed by
expel ts. 0117 and Iu9 Wyandotte St., Kan
sas Clt, Mo. Telephone l.r17.
itm vii i'i:i:i:ic coai,,
IllCII, oily and clean to hnndle; burns to
a whits nsli and won't slack bv cNposure;
n Iniiiii indiKtiv Now Is the time to buy
join c i tl Ti 1 2111 or lOTt.
L. T HIlltNDON Agt. for Company,
AmerliMii Hank bldg.
VVIItll.l csAl.U ItK'V ,i:s.
WI1 want a voung man In everv town In
Missouri Kansas and Nebraska to handle
our wheels. Get our catalogue and prices
to ag. tits KANSAS CITY F1CYCLH Co..
1027 and 1029 Iliondway, Kansas City, Mo.
CAKKIACl'S AND WAGON-.
K c Carriage anJ Wagon Works, man
uf ic tuiers of i n rl i . -. and wagons of all
Kinds, also r. p. ill lug ind painting promptly
don Factotv 311, M.t and 3I" Jtrondway.
SAFFS opened nnd repaired, bought and
sold Coiiibin.itliin locks cleaned and
changed. H. HARIHGA.N'. lCicpiirt,
Telephone 12SI. lull Fast Tenth st.
Chichosicr's English rennynml P.IIj
Prtull, iircs tho DeOt. s-lr, Il-IUhlr.
I'." " ,H'. p-n . , -la i ,, , r , mu lu , Iwll-C
.'.,', ."' '"""'.. Roturn Mall. . i Oiufin,
Clllclicsttr Cluiiileal Co., I'lilIniU.. I'a.
CI, VlltVOV AN 1
MIIS. L JAMHS, the well known clalr
vovaut und traiiLe nu ilium, may be con
sulted nt l.irt Grand ave , purlois 33 nnd 40.
lmttsiN ami v rim i.rs.
PASTFIti: von IIOItSFS-Thiee dollars
Ser month, sent for ninl inirnd. Mark S.
nlistiur, liiiiependcnn-, Mu.
THF Kansas City Metul Itnoflns Cor
rugating Co, lib Dihtvvnie. i'el. IM.
o'ci one niNNi u.
Try the 5 o'cloc k dinners at McCllntOCk's
icstaurunt, S20 Walnut st.
J. P. KHNMrilt, for the past 21 years In
Kansis City, him given personal attention
te minting lino wild he-, and clocks.
Ohai.s n isonilil'. No. fl Hast Tenth St.,
bet. .Main and l .limit.
WANTHD To exchange nn upright
piano for boaid for two ladies, Jtefertnces.
Address ', UW, Join mil cdllc'e.
JA.MFS I1ANNON. the architect, has re
sumed business, with utiles TVmpIo block.
Wlli:ilLS, .Murtha .M Hicks, bj her
deed of tlllst dated July H,ih, 1'(I,
nnd recorded In tho otllco of the re'onbr
of deeds for Jackson countv, Missoutl, ut
Kansas City, Missouri, on July IGth, 1W1,
In book 11 number 177, at page S3, convevnl
to the underslgnod trustee, Lenn HI k
tho following described real estate In I i k.
son county, Mtssouil, to-wlt: Lots ihli
teen (13). nnd fouuei n (II), In Waldo i I.n ,
nn nddltlun to the City of Ktuisi, now
Kansas City, Missouri, us marked nnd dc s
Igitated on the rtcoided plat thereof on
tile nnd of reeot.1 In tho otllce of the se.
cordc-r of deeds for Jucksnn counts. MU
sour!, at Kansas Ciiy, .Missouri, in trust
to secure the puymnii of her two promls
soiy notes lu suit deed of trust described'
nnd whereas, said notes have become due
und default has be it made In the pay.
im nt then of, and tho same lemiin unpaid!
now, therefore, public notice ts hereby giv
en that I. Leuii liluck, trustee as aforesaid,
at the request of the l.c.a! owtiets mid
holders of said not' s, nnd in pursuance of
the power estcd In me by s dd deed of
trust, will sell the above described proper
ty at public vendue to the highest bidder,
for eash, on the lath day of August, isj3
between tho bonis of nine o'clock in tho
toionoon and live oMoi k In the ufternoon
of that da, at the west door of tho United
Stutes postolllco building, at Ninth nnd
Walnut streets. In Kansas City, Jacksun
county, Missouri, for the purpose of sat
lsflng sulci Indebtedness und tho costs of
executing this tiust LHQN Ill.OCK.
Hss A. GerL-e. Attorneys. Trustee.
Pitol'OSAl.S-N.iti. o Is hereby given
that, by ordc r of U e c ouuty court of Jack,
ton county. Mi, ibd proposals will be
received at tho ri-iiectlvo olliees of tho
county suivesor hi I tho county cluk at
said count:,, In the court house ut Kansas
City, up to tho 1 niir of 12 o'clock, noon,
of the Mil d ij of UBUst, lslJ, for doing
the following vvoik, to-wlt. Giadluu;
HucKner road, from the end of tho mac ad
nm to liuckner. Speiltliatlons for the ubovu
work may be seen In the oitlces of
the lounty surveyor and tho county clerk.
In tho court nous, ut Kansas City, Mo, A
cash deposit of 1200 00, or a ueriltled check
for such amount, tu accompany each bid,
to be forfeited to J.ic Kson county in cuso
of refusal or Inability of the bidder to en.
ter Into satlsfm tory contract and bond for
suld work within o das a after awarding
tho contract. The court reserves the right
to reject any und ull bids.
Dated July 2oth. Ihifi.
T. T. CHITTENDEN. Jit..
Clerk of Countv Court of Jackson County,
I. I'll It, Mlltl'lls,
NflTlfi; of TIIFSTRB'9 SALH-WhfrC
as, Fifln cs i Hewlett, a slnate la 1) by
her certain i. i of lrut. date I ri tober
IKth. tur ai l i i for record In the otfie
oi ine re , r . r t deesja of jacason conn
i j, .hiss
Wt and l ,',"J ;5Teyi-ri TofSTin
!r,V "'., I1 '. ' - ,,rJ'",-ir.V1.ia,:t..Ln
.- ... . .... .. . .. . .....
.,....,...., , i.iuni il n.ii viiir ii
""S. ".-r " ? 0""K'."?JaV'
at.... .. ' .r' ;.'- vi. v. ,, ;,.. rsi
; n',,:,' '.', " I T 'F '"' S'.'Sa.S:
rnnnii M..1 ,.i 2 . f ii';,;h...
S i'-Tn ri .l?. bJAJRSKKT
h nulls' ailhrtlfrlslmi
of block thirteen (13)) of West UdiiMM .i1
dlthsn niimtwr to ih in ih citr of Kan-
saa (now Kansas Cltyi, nccordln lo the
tccoMod pi it m the offlce of the recorder
df deeds in ssi i niiinty.aal I lonveyanoo b
Int made to nl l Bamuel I, Sawyef In Imat
to sfcure t j H.iiston tlrint the payment
of the indeh nine in aald deed of trust
describe I, nil, whereas, said IhdebfedneM
Is long mt ,,( nnd la unpaid; and where
as, U,e sill Simiiel L (savver If dead Hnd
ciinnot ex,, in, the trust in said convejr
ntiep contained, an I. whe rena, by tha tsrois
oi me sain iceit oi trust It wna pravtup i
inui in ine iveni or tlie aeatn or aaia
trustee and his Ineliilltv in act. tha tron
the iveni of the death of aald
who should then be m tina na aherlff of
Jackson countv. Missouri, should rsK'rtnio
hla Miecessor to Ihe title of aalci property,
and the same be vested in him In trust
for the purposes nnd objec taof the trust,
nllh all the potior, duties and obllautlons
thereof, now, therefore, puhlte notice la
hereby given thnt I, John T O'Neill, sher
iff nf Jackson rutin t )'. Missouri, nnd suc
cessor In trust, bv virtue of the itowrr con
ferred on me by said deed of trust, and
In pursuance of the terms thereof, and at
the reipirsf of the legal hol nr of said In
debtedness mill ctee,t nf trust, will, nn
Thursday, the eighth dav of August, ll.
between the hours of nine o'clock n tn.
nnd live o'cloi k p m of nld dny. at the
einnii mini cionr oi me rouniv conn nouse
between Oak nnd Locust streets, and Fifth
street and .Missouri avenue, In Kansas Cltv.
Jackson county, stnte of Missouri, the antd
court house being the place where the rtnto
circuit court is held In Kansas City, Jae li
mn count), Missouri, proceed to sell, nnd
vvlll sell, the prop, rty hetelnhrfora de.
scribed, and any and every lart thereof,
at public vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, to-wlt: Ix)ts four (1) and live (8), In
Hulls' siiliillvllnii or block thirteen (1.11, tn
West Knnsas addition number two (!) to
th" Cll of Kansas (now Kniiana CIIV), In
said e oumy and stnte, to satisfy said In
debtedness and the rosts and expenses of
executing this trust. JOHN P. O'NF.ILL,
Sheriff of Ju-kson County, Missoutl, nnd
Stu i cssor lu Trust.
11. WELLS. Attorney.
(Fltat publication July 16th, lsl)
Fritices L Hewlett has sold the property
herein described. .
Phoi'OSALS Notice Is hen I.) given
that, bv order of the county coin t nf Jn k
son county, Mo, scaled ptopn-.ils will be
received nt the respective ..111, , uf th
countv surVevor hil the cotintv c . rk .'
sild county, in the court hous, .it K i
City, up to the hour of 12 o'i lock i m n f
the i.th day nt August, lvi.", for ,) .,n( ti
following work, to-wlt: Miiom' un ?m ih
Itlue Springs road from Ll.i 1, w
liver to a point 3 miles suutheis
Speclllcatlons for Hip above work iniiv tn
seen In tho olliees of the counti snrv ,i
and the countv clerk. In the loutt lion-., at
K n uma Cltv, M,o A cash deposit of f.rileo
or u certliled check for sin h amoni.t io
nioc.tnpany each bid, to be forfeit. 1 in
,1 ickson lounty In case of refus.il ..r In
ability of the bidden to enti r Into sal -
fin tory eontrnct and bond within i. dim
after awarding the eontrnct for said woik
The court reserves the llirht to reji . t an)
and all bids. T. T CHITTENDEN, Jit .
Clerk of Count) Court of Jack-on County,
Hntid July ISth, is.13.
PIllH'OSALS .Notice is hereby given
that, b) order of the county court of Jack
sun count). Mo., si ah ,1 proposals will be
received nt th respective olliees of the
count) ailrveior and the county clerk of
snld count), In the court house at Knnsas
Clt), up to the hour of 12 o'clock noon of
the fith duy of August. ISJ'i, for doing the
following w oik, to-wlt: Grading Sprlng
lli Id uve from Prospect nve.to Indiana inc.
Spec Iflc itlons for the above work may b.i
sei n In the otllces of the county Mirveyor
iii.il the countv cleiK, In Hie court home et
Kansas City, Mo. A cash deposit uf J2U0H)
or a tertltlcd check for such amount to
ncccitnpany each bid, to be forfeited to
J.ic Kson county in case of refusal or In
ability of the bidder to enter Into satN
factor) contract and bund for said work
within 0 days after awarding the eontrnct.
The court reserves the rlifht to reject any
and all bids. T. T CHITTENDEN, Jit..
Clerk of County Court of Jackson County,
Dated Julv l$th. 115".
PROPOSALS Notice Is hereby given
thnt, by order of the county court of Jack
son count), Mo., nenlcil proposals will be
lecelvcd at the tesiiectlve- otllces of the
county surveyor Hnd the count) clerk of
said count), In the court bouse at Knnsns
i 'Ity, up to the hytir of 12 o'clock noon of
the tith du) of August. I3, ror doing the
following work, tu-wit. Grading the
Llp-comh road fiom the centi r pf section
.'i township 47. tiinge 3), to Martin Cltv.
Siecillcuttcins for the above work may bo
si i n In the ollii i s of the county surve)or
and the countv clerk. In the court house nt
Kansas Clt), Mo. A cash deposit of $200 HO
or il certliled check for such amount to
itiiumpuny enh bid. to be forfeited to
.lie kson county In case of refusal or In
t.blllty of the bidder to enter Into satls
fai tory contract and bond for said work
wltlitn 8da)8 after awarding the contract.
The court leserves the right to reject any
nnd all bids. T. T CHITTENDEN, JU.,
Chris of County Court of Jackson County,
Dated July 15th. IKOt
PROPOSALS Notice la hereby given
that, by order of the county court of .l.ick
uni county. Mo., sealiil proposals will be
iccelvvd nt the respective otllo s of the
county survevor and the county cletk of
said ounty, In the court house at Kansas
city, up to the hour of 12 o .Uck, noon, of
the 7th day of August, 181)3, fur cluing the
following woik. to-wlt: Macadamizing
Huytown nnd Lee's Summit road, from
Hu)town to Little lllue river. Speclllci.
(lons for the above work may be seen ir
the omVes of tho county surieyor and the
ci.unty clork, In thu court house nt Kansas
city, Mo. A cash deposit of J20o or a
I. Hilled check for sin h amount to aecotn
pat v each bid, to be forfedte I to Jackson
1 1 i nt) In case of ref usnl or Inability of the
b'dder to enter Into sutlsfactoiy con
tract and bond for said work within li
iia3 nfler awarding ti.e contract The
nut !servcs the rlijht to reject uny and
Dated July 19th, ISP".
T. T, CHITTENDEN, Jit..
Clerlt pf County Court of Jackson County,
PROPOSALS Notice Is hereby given
that, by older of Ihe county court of J.ick
Kcin count), .Mo., sealed piopusulH will be
lecelved ut the icspectlie otllces of the
county sin vci or und the county clerk of
said conn y, in the court luii'e at Kansas
City, up to the hour of 12 o cluck, noon, on
tlio 7th day of August, lWi, tur doing the
tollovvlng work, io-wf Grading Pupeet
ave , from a point 1,100 feet south of Hritsh
crock to Marlett i ave. Specltlcntions
lor the above work may bu seen in
the olliees of tho county surveyor and the
county clerk. In the court houses at Kansas
City, Mo. A ra-h deposit of $200 or a
certliled check for such amount to accom
pany cech bid, to be forfeited to Jac kson
county In cnsn of refusal or inability or the
bidder to enter Into satisfactory con
tract nnd bond for snid work within c
dny after awarding the tonlraet The
court leserves tho light to reject nny and
Date a July nth. lU
T. T. CRITTENDEN, JR.,
Cletk of County court of Jackson County,
PROPOSALS Notice Is hereby given
tint, by order of the county court of
Juckson county, Mo., sealed proposals will
In recoiled lit tho respective otlfcts of the
eiiunty survevor and the count) chik of
t.il.l county, in the court house, at Kansas
Cit), un to tho hour of 12 o'clock noon
of the 7th day of August, lt1).'. for doing
the follow lug work, to-wlt: Gru lltu, Unions
et , nam lluon brumh to a point i ftet
south. Speclllc iilons tur thu above woik. may
bo cueii In the otllces nf the county sur
veyor and the count) clerk, lu the eouit
house at Iv insas Cits, Mo A
e ish deposit uf .'ni)ii or a urtltUl
chick for such amount to accompany c.nh
bid, to be forfeited to Jackson county in
.use of relusil or Inability of the bidder
to enter Into s it stuctory contract and
bond for said work within tl days alter
awarding the contract The court n
berves the right to reject any and all blJ.
Dated July vth im
T T CRITTENDEN. JR.,
Clerk of County Court of Jackson County,
PROPOSALS- Notice U lien by given
that, by order of the county court of Jack,
son county. Mo, -alud ptopor.i's will bu
nceivod at ih- i'--poctlo olll.es .ir tho
county survoor and tint county el. ik of
said county, in Cn couit house at K ui'-as
City, up to tho houi of 12 o'clu k, n mil.
of the sth duy of August, Mi, for doing
the following work, to-wlt Grading
Woodland avinu. fiom Itrmli creek l,ne
feet north. SpM ikatlons for th. ubove
work may be s,re.n in the olliees of
the county sun e) or and the county clerk,
In tho court hou. ut Kansas City, Mo v
cash depoult of J. no. or a eertlllod elm K
for such amount. i accompany each Ir I,
to be fot felted to Jackson county In cue
of lefusal or Inability of the bidder to en
ter Into t.itlsfactor) contract and bond for
said work within ii diss after uwardlttg
tho conttact. The court leseives the right
to reject any and all hlds.
Dated July "eth. l
T T t RITTENDEN. JR..
Clerk of Countv Court of Jackson County,
ii'H'mh Low pmrn mtooreri.
StT-SI .MAIN STItBr7T
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A trial onlar e!dom fall in maleni n
IP--"aneni custom, r. If you study tTi.it
. j Il rnve at tn' coiKluaion .that
., ( ,. T!v,. f
it lit as
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i e-vilimiiat tn as rlit as rti nrle. Th-
( Mftrti.c-. .u-facllon vvlth rv.rv
i "1'ier or article so ct tus prieca iven n, .
'.. d-monstmte that' Iher. money
1led hv tradlnv ber aftrt ihsi iiriinr.
nf satisfaction disarm evary pmtubie ni.
Jection thai coui i he advanced against
w f eliint Mie of brtvml-Just think
of th pneo In (lb kavn for r. m
can buy t-v ,r a hundred at the same
pric, Hy. ,f ffMfa from tht bakn
lb. Cresm Chaefe, ISc.
! lb, fiend Rtee. e.
laodn Crackers, t, lb.
2 n. Vanilla Wnfr(, JBr.
iba. Best 'imnulated fluMr, tot.
rn artiinf lota Of T nftw nt the
i reduced prices
rtimpowdi r, 2iv ih for l.
jiiiiiiu .. ii in? ji,
KnitHh Hreakf-tst, JOc; t lb, tl.
tiolons. Jiv, 7 lbs il.
Imperial 2.,: lbs. II,
Tea Imst. lo . i lbs. i.
New Potatc.es, Jtv bushel.
3 pncknijcs S cirni Foam. 10u.
13 box- Mitches. Be.
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W have Increased mlr facllltlr Mr hnn-
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tfnll Pork, to-d.i). f,tc lb.
California Hams, 7C In.
fmoked llacoti. 7'ie lb.
Ilrcnkfast Bscon, stijo lb.
New .etk Slinuliers, io lb.
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la inses R-lb White Rose Irfird. (Ks: pull
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IS oases Family Iinl. 2Be pall.
Royal brand of line Preserve nnd Jam
Put Up In glass jars, live Jar.
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10 lbs. Hrowu Henna, 2Ke.
3'y lbs, Java nivl Mocha Coffee, II,
4 lbs. Golden Santos, 1.
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