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THE KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL, SATTR1UY. ArOtST 31, 1893.
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A ImiitoiIv nf llm Oil in I tin Ileal.
rinrinv lhA nnimA sf the l.ldpr Harries In
Guatemala. I was acllntt as chief cnslnwr
In construr-llna- a railroad between. L-
'.culntla mil! the cnpltnl city, l.seiilntia, .1
'llltle, o!J, SpanHh-Amcrlciin town Is ;!
dilated about thirty miles Inland from the
Sport of snn Jop, with which It n con
netted by n mrrow biurc. rtillivav, the
Bonly ore? In tin- country, nt the lime of
which 1 uieak The locallon of I'soulntln
Jls especially picturesque, situated ns It In
intnonir iitovcs of mango, breadfruit iroi
nut and rnpote trees. The mot conspic
uous fialute- of the landscape la Hip l-'u.
ko volm ino, which. some thirty mile Jl
innt to tb hirthwnrd. rises lonnj feel in
the fllr and l In n continual state of mil
eruption Smoke l .always seen nboiil In
reit, and nt times It pours forth in sreat
volumes, irrjln-f with It clouds of nh-i
vhlih nre deposited as a Ilfiht Bray mantle
upon the surroundlnc country
The multifarious duties eonne Steel with
the conslru tiuti of tho line necessitated
numerous Journeji on horseback In nil
lritlotir 1 hnil occasionally especially
I. frrnni.nl tho inouiitaltiotM ro.id connect
Ine Kseulntla with tho city of utmt inn! t
nl pasmni; tnroiiKn mo iiiuinu mingii in
nun nini tii.' undent Hnanwu town of
vtnntltlan. th" former center of tha coch
ineal lndutr) In, Central America. ThU
roinl known ns the cnmlno real. Is some
fom tnlJt in PnKth nml ntnon-r the rhi't
thoroilrcliliirrf", Intiodticlnc the traveler, as
It locsXto on' of the most fertllo nnd pop
ulous riortions; of the renublle. One en-
tfoiinterrt hero a continual procession of
prUtve san-n nnd women, benrinR their
wares irom one puciuo 10 nnoiner, deiu iwu
wheeled ox i iris rnrrj Ini eoifeo nnd sm-ar
In ihe direction of Sin Jose, the shlpplmr
port for nil .that section of country, lit
m I about the small hamlets llnliiir this
lilirlirr-ur ate numerous little tent-llko
tiu'"lir s made of nods and brush, with
p. roof thakli of bitnuim and cocoanut
'. ve- Pn lor these lllit shelters women,
joing or old, earn a, few ouartlllis each
ii.n by pi lllnir to passersbj refreshing
rtnnks some of a caollne nature, soma
qui o the reverse, ns, for Instance, mm.nl
ar.d teiiulla the firewaters of that coun
I ti ..compared with which our American
"irnskv Is il weak nnd IntOnl,! lievernt-r..
In the sulmilis of P.illn. tnmnln frntn the
other booths and a little retired from tlm
ciinlno rnl, or public road, was onu whero
chichi was served. This Is Ihe fermented
J I o of tho pineapple, nnd makes n most
delightful rink on n hot day. Chichi could
I'u procureil at numerous other place", but
nowhere elso did It seem to posses tho
fnmo coolness or delicacy of llnvor. beth
el this charm was wioucht lv lha irrnil.
FDft, dark eyes of thu dlspunser of tho
btvernBe, I can not say. 1 will confess,
houer, tint I ni.er luRlected n oppor-
iiiinny nt pationiritiK tne lountnin 01 ie-
rtsnmeni iitui uiritiK my spinisii ror 1110
client of the fnlr oiirnr stnorita who nro-
llisl there with all tlm kh'cp und cotiuot-
"s M nn accompllsned belle. The iiulck,
i cl.incu from uiulur thu loni;. cunul
"lashes, ns my borso uould InstlnclUuly
towarit Iut ttlc hook: her sou toncii
"Ah, Scnor Atnerlciilio, usted csta blon
Jcnldo." the KlImpBO of n inw uf eviiuls
ItMy white teeth .is her red lips pirted In a
wtlcomliiR smile, wetc enoimh u noctler
Me tho motion of an older heart than mine.
ncn, tjo, her merry laucii ut my mate-
is euorts at coin ervmon v,aa as nuur
: ns tho notes of a Ijorelel. Hut ul.ts for
knnu. or man' I toon touna, as l iar-
kn'jiit tins cniiu or tropio uiikis, uiui
Fits were quite as soit. ner smuo no
Lwcet, her tones as seductive to oth-
tecl atsmed. much less attiaciiNo
1 in I.
Conspicuous nmonp these were two mo-
s. diKers of ox tennis for an ndiolnlnir
eofteer tinea. They holered about liif as
moths about a ll.imo, each ono a sclf-np-polnted
cuiiidlun. over the other. Uld I
inlinn iiimciir cnmiiiLr down the flusty road.
rhnntliiK n love-dltty in tho mouintul oa
(lenco of the Ave Maria, ns he prodded tho
sleepy oen with his barb-pointed tro.id,
his conl-bl.ick ces rivetfd upon the shel-tulng-
lock behlnrt which his nucrida win
sure to be found, then rest .I'sured tho
cloud of dust In tho near dlstunce was
caused by tho nppronclt of tin- ox team of
Antonio, who Is tcowllnc rial lily upon tho
form of his moro enterpilsliiK llvnl. How
they hated each other, and how their blaek,
beadv eyes shot forth enom like that of
the deadly culebra, which, colllnj? at the
toot ct tho suKar cano, is oor ready to
Mlns tho unwatT nnd bare-foot mnchcteto'
Vreiiuently tho lnttery of thuso tour black,
."-blister eies was tiiiued upon my Innocent
shoulder, tho teln hntiKliiK loosely oer
y mm, tallvlui; to Senorila Conswncla
t.li eiir.lt .nv pr.iro ns M A mel tcitllS Can
mstwht-n liniBKlim; with an uiu.inilllnr
DKiie. itow fraiiKlit Willi lase anu envy
elr clnnces. ns i nuneii upon my imim
wi. iith n luirkw-nid w.ie of tho Jianil
nd a binlle, galloped down the road'
Von rMnstnndn. was a conuette. It was
'is nututnl for her to jvlay with the hearts
of nvn ns to nr.. ,,io ana uus'i anu sihk.
T think I haven's mentioned her Blnslmr.
but It was. not the ea,t fasclnatlnK amoni;
her accomplishment... Of u ciuinh boll
day she would have her little sister Cji
monclta accompanv her In the early morn
liur, carefully bearliiB her most beloved
treasure aa old KUitar swathed In a
Kaudy scrape This was laid gently under
the conniei until the scnorlta should con
sent to entertain her udmliers. On theo
occasions she uover failed to have her
he.ul Kracetully draped with the blaik.
panWi reboio, f.nu.isticnlly c.iucht at
lie sldo with a bunih of scarlet lloners,
gathered at the roadside for the puiposo.
Tho music whli h fcho biicceeded In draw
ing frcn. that oil lnsttumeat was sonie
thlnp unnceoiuuablc to me, for I ln"w
liiul never inaen a icrsuii in. iict inu.
eve the Spanish learn to play the
t r a. i rn to smoi.e. it is. ineir
)t. t o
,.. t , 'Ms snpoianv noone inebo
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o iz i.in anu Antonio, mat i
rney were uoin uosper-
t Constnneln, and hated
I., n thu lorce of their pns-
ei j , i natures. She coquetted
I hra tho other, reducltiK
J -ion. Hitter words wero
i iffed between them. Af-
i this unhappy condition
1 ii ;i toush the lnlluence of aa
i iic minor plucs under tho
'go ' 1 I
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vv I ' i .. in
r Jt 't .i.
la jiv '
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pies s i
c.ahses a most
eeeuici in procuring tno
eirrlir fioni Ksculiitla to
nail is carried In a leather
lip ba 'ii 'Don the shoulders of tho
tiV a i f ! ii ounted upon a pieteutlous
Is cinched with the death
. st btylo of the American
.n j' Mluatlon MiRgestlnK a
Mr i emote, with iI C!o-
Jeied amontr thu lower
uxalieil station, as Ellch a
coup do fortune at once takes the lucky
man irom the ranks of the mozo to that
..I ,1... ....ilI. ..tv.ll. ... ir.l.n.n ro..p.. l.o
.(. Li. O llUlini-LUUiUlM " ..lt,,... ...-.V..U, tJ-
ivl"K much tlm h.ime .imonij the bare-footed
L'l..i.lliios of Guatemala as It Is nmoiifT thu
J 'Jirlad l'our Hundred uveijwhnie, treats
"i humbler dajs.
7 was a teiriblo day to poor Antonio
1 ' g?" .If and still moro alllnf; to know that
' H int lu.vs tooic piaeo now Detween t-on-
btriicla and Kstcban that ho eoiild not bo
w -wltiiPss to. Ab the tlmu pasbod, he fancied
Ti lier bmllts ivre less freijuent, her mtiinur
I A colder. In his in ?eiy, hu upbraided her in
I bitterest rage. Miey auanelle'd ono duy.
. I Mo vowed veiiKe ne-e. She, heedless of
'. inseiiuences, liurhed scornfully In his
i t..ie as ho sulle-'- urned away, muttering
curses under Ink ath.
j At sunt Iso the follow Intr mornlnir Esteban
rnme rldliiR lapldly down tho loud from
Colli T'alln, hie mall lias ulunir over his shoul-
m U ;er. Ills dark, hti.d-oiue face w is allitht
vJ with tho Joy of an tnturvlevv v.'lth his be-
'lli lo"ed one, whom, but a few momentH be-
fm fore, ho had overtnken upon the ro id.
rM, His ears wfre yt rlntini? with tho tender
wr Is Bhe had whisper it into them as ho
ton .le'ii irom nm kiuuio aim impunn'ii
rinon tne red l ns a lovers tisu. wn ie s no
'otood with her olla of chlch) Kracefully
noised upon her bend To make up tho
ilme thus consumed he snurred bis mulo
In i) a brisk cillon us ho tlXL.l bis blirh-
helled boots moro llrmlj" Into the stirrups
and settled his peaked sllver-trlmtneil som
brero -not u becurely utou his head.
NV.itinir Cotist.ini la's booth. h biiddenly
perceived tho sinister face of Antonio
peeling out trom behind a prnjw-lrin rock
Onlck as a Hash his hand was imon the it-
volver which government emvloyes ato
prmiiieu to carry, irivueeo neiuea to
others under seveto penalty. Too desperate
to heed tho motion. Antonio hnrnncr for-
, ward llko a tiger, tho lone, itlltterlni;
it blado of his heavy mucliettn held high In
'fe bib powerful arm. ready to strike and
, Thus thrown upon his self-defense, rfute-
'k ban Instantly 11 led four idiots Inti thn holy
of tho desperate man wppro.u 'tins him
WL Mortally wounded as he was, but nerved
r W by Ms mad purpose nnd remit KaMe
I otienijth, Antonio, with a wild leap, se-
cuied the vantawo Krnun.l of i ra 'k, be.
llnd whl h the mule had leiu and tne
Affillttcrli B blado fell like a thunderhol- fiotn
i fUlriiK'd haeu upon the neck of Kst,,
yjlian, completely benrlnff tlm head from
f the body With a supieme effort, Antonio
k nunae'ie ii ii uciui in uia uust ueaiue tne
f ghastly head of Ksteban,
i nu uiiiiKiiit'ii iiiuio mriieii in terror
.from the bloody sc. no and started back
pver tho hill hearlui? the headless bodv of
his master Hill s. at. ) erect In the saddle,
riupportcd against the hlBh pommel
I Constunclu, hearing the shots, eame hur
.rlng forward, ami as sho passed n shurn
turn In tho road the mule dashed Into
view, hearfiiB tho headless bedy of her lov
er. With a heartrending shriek she fell
unconscious In the dust by the roadside
J happened to ilda by with some Ainer
Iran n lends a few momenta aftur this
frlfe-htful tragedy, and witnessed the Khast
lv suectaclo In all lis horror I beliiml to
eariy poor Constuncla to her home In the
l-VJ says later raaro Amtirosio pointed
out lo tn tin new tnndo ur.ivo of Constan
rl.i, In the little cimpo sahto en the lull
sldo besond 1'alin. -The ArKonnut.
101.11 IIV A 1)1.1 l.t I ll
Ihe Itrndrr Mill Al Mrli Mns tho
"Lord nppllsd to mo one day,'1 snM a
famous private, detoctlvo lo a represenl.i
five of i'assll's Saturday Jourtml, "and
nsked for my ndvlce under singular clr
cumstnnces. I feel nt full liberty lo spe.ik
of this esse, ns nil the purlins nro dead.
'Mr. P , snid hu lord'hlp, nddreds
ln nie oblnuly In a pcrturbeil stntn of
mind, 'soil Imv n heard, perhaps, that a
bursmrj was eominllteel the other night
nt this housi--
";v-s, my lord, I eavr It In the papers,' t
" 'And jou have seen that the pollco hnvo
"'Well, s , T rely upon )o In ono
word, 1 want my property back 1 don't
menu the1 pint nnd so forth, but somo
ilemls and certain family hrlrlooms. Thp
deeds nri not worth wnstc paper tor
thlevrs, but they uro cr Itnportntit to
"'I tmderslnnd. Vhnt would your lord
ship tv for their recovery?'
"l'aj" Hill, I suppose It's necessary
lo pay-oiihipoutidltiR a feloni, tlioucli,
Ifn't it? Hut what Is our llguro what
will the fellow wntif'
"'Two thousand pound,' 1 nld, 'and t
must stipulate that no proseeutluii shall
follow, lu nny event.'
"Lout looked startled, and then. In
nn lirlf ntf-tl maimer, he suld, 'Well, well, I
nitreo to that, do voiir bl do uur best.
When shall 1 hear from jou?'
" 'In four dns' time.'
"t tin n left, 1 was able lo spenk confl.
dently, because In my tomlnuM and Hiiings
T had In aril moro thnn n whisper ns to the
Identity of the'btiriclnr who had committed
this tobberj. In fact, tint mot nine I had
i delved from olio of my Intermediaries n
mysterious hint, nsklm; mo whether 1
thouitht Ionl would 'part,' I e , pay
for, tho recovery nf certain papers vvhb h
concerned his family very elosolv. It was
no part of my business to Infotm tho police,
or put them In possession of tho clue which
they were watitlbi?.
"That nlitht. In a certain underground
den oft tho Seven Dials, to which entrance,
w.n made by a ladder reached by descend
ing1 a cellar flap, I had an Interview with
my mysterious correspondent. This man
vvus nn old store' cbsler, a Hebrew, who
stipulated for a commission, to which t
agreed, and he then conduce, mo to a
tumblcelown public house In Uruty Line,
which has lately dlippired.
"Hero I was Intiuduced to a man known
ns 1.0111; Jim. This individual, In turn,
pretended to be nctlnn for a pirtner, who
had since cot Into trouble.
"Now. Jim,' 1 said to him, 'I know jou
have these documents and a few trinket.'
" 'I haven't got the trinket,' ho an
swered; 'too dangerous to kiep, but I know
where to put my hands on the papers.
What Is tho lur'?'
"ills lordship will pay you 2,0"K) down.'
" 'And what about the police? As soon
ns he has got the property and pild tho
coin he will run me In, I suppon?'
" 'No,' said I, 'I will promise vou that no
prosecution shall follow. 1 glvo jou my
" 'Well,' said the mm, 'wo all know jou,
Mr. S ; we can tiut ott; but It's quite a
different thing with the nrlstocrncj-.'
"An ippolntment was then made for the
night 1 had nrrange-d with Lou! , nnd
I left inv new acquaintances together.
"On the night determined I w is walking
nloug l'nll Mull, outside a well known club,
at the llmo wo hnd ngrced uton, when,
nlso by arrangement, a cat) drovo up. In
It was my m m.
"I Jumped Into tho cab and we nt once
drove away to his lordship's town house,
where the nobleman was no doubt waiting
" 'You hive tho papers with jou?' I said
to the tmn.
"lie nodded slgnlllcantlv.
"Arrived at the m insion in Majfalr, I
told the mm to wait In the cab until T
called hlrn, and stepping out of tho -vehicle
I knocked at the diiir alono and was ad
mitted , . , , ,
"A footman conducted ma to his lord
" 'Ah, S .' said my client, 'you aro
piun tu il. I sec, too, jou b ivo succeeded.
Come, let mo seo the pipers,'
"riie documents, my lord, you shall
hive, but tho trinkets havo gone already
into the melting pot.'
" 'Tho papers nre the thing, after all,'
he nnvercil, 'never mind tho Jewels'
" 'Your lordship will write me out a
chequu for fJ.OuO,' I hinted, for ho made in
movement to do so. 'I have a in in waiting
outsldo In the cab."
"I saw at once tint I hnd made a false
move, ills loidshlp put a hand on tho
eleuiriu buttun, duil mIJ, cr.s.ially, 'I v o
been thinking, S , that jour lght lltj-
geied friend will nivo io uo wunuut, i.n
" '.rj- lord"
" 'Ye"-, sir," he continued with a rising
voice, 'what right have you to conic lu re
and linlnie me to encomage burglary by
Indemnlfjing tho criminal? W'hj; should
I. in my position, foster and bolster up
cilme bv pulng an indemnity for what Is
my own? What Is there to prevent me
summoning the police, who are In the next
room, to take ou both Into custody for
conspiracy to defiaud me of iZ.VfJ'
You can do as jou please, mj- lord,' I
nnswired, "but do jou Im mlno that 1 hivo
the documents in my puM.esston J
"His hand left the bell.
'You said jou bad iceovcrcd them, did
iou not? Ah! I see, tho man outsldo u.is
them,' and again his hand went to the
' 'No- hn Is not such a fool. You may
.. i'.i, irvnn lll.e. He Is not the thief.
for tho actual burglar is In pibon on an
other charge. You hive no evidence of
Sonsplraly. and It is all foolishness to his,,
jour teinper, my lord The question Is. aro
the'so documents really valuable to you?'
" 'I don't deny that they are."
"And do jou still wish to recover
tl"'l'must: I will hive them back. You
K,.rlell,.lR?;ern,u' me one Instant to
go to this mes-eimer, and lnstruet him to
br.1.,,,Ms,io';d1sh!pra';scntlng. I left the room
went outside at once, and slid to tho
emissary: "sou were light about the ur
lstoci.!ry if jou ventuio Intii thn house
voii will bo urieste.1 The noble lord re
fused to paj vou 2,0). or one penny. Ink.i
iny n-lvlee; drive off; do as jou please
'1.tri,ey'l,''b'er,ib'urned inside twenty-four
hours' said the man. who at once drovo
awn). He b.iw that 1 was in earnest.
"I i tinned to my noble client
"'Well,' said he, 'jou hivo the papers?'
" 'Xo iny lord. You will never see them
again. ' In less than twenty-four hours
they will bo destroyed.',
'But S . I must hun thm. I tell
jou. I will have them. You don't know
evli it thev arc, S , J on really don t.'
"I know quite enough about them to
know. tW lord that they tiro worth to
jou i tot ft.fl. but f.'O.W.'
'Hiit I'll pay $2,0"'), S . I will Indeed
I was only Joking about the police. 1 11
wrlto a cheque at once
"And he sit down In his ccrltolro and
hurriedly began to scribble out a cheque.
No mv lord, It Is too late. You can
not havo the papers back, If J oil pild twice
"ii I inner bioko my woid to a thli f
or to an honet mm. You hnvo played
falsely with me; and let me tell vou tint
of tho tivo men-tlie buiglnr and Hie peer
I consider the peer tho gi enter knave.'
'Willi Wnicn I'UllilM bliut wwnti, ...-
self out," said the detective.
"And did his lordship recover the pi
neri?" naked our lepresentntlye.
"Nevci, they wero deslro)ed the same
A '1 lib f's Mirew dllem.
An Itallnn newspipir Is responsible for
tho following talo nf a thief's shrewdness!
A certain laiinrone on came to ron
tess himself to a, mlsslouan priest who
was coulllied to bib bid with the gout,
with the Intention of stenling a pair of
now shoes which he hid si en under the
good futher's bed. The priest having call.il
Film up to tlm bed, as he could not Use,
tbo man knelt down, and while, reciting
tho conllteoi. lie got hold of the shoes and
put them into the wallet will. It he hud nn
iler Ids clnik Having (In blied tho conllt
eor. tho llrst and list sin vvliUli he con
fessed was that of hniluic stolen n pair of
shoes, The eonfessor repUed: "Ah, my son,
ion ought to Mbtoie them" 'the penitent
i foiled: "father, do jou vvunt tlioin"'"
"No," snld the prle.t, "no inv son, but
the)- oiipht to lie restored to tho ilKhlful
owner; otlieiwlse 1 cannot glv ) jou ab
solution." "Hut, father," replied the man,
thu owner t-ajs he duob pot want them,
What then, shall I do.'" Tho confcbbor
answered "nlnn' Hint Is so, keep theni
for yourself" And, giving hlin iibsoluilon.
he . eflsmlsMil him, and the penitent emrled
t.ff the bhoeb
Ilium i l.cr' l'x iirsloiK.
On Augubt 2, September 10 und 21, lSOi,
lha "Katy Uoute," the Sllssour), Kansas
ii Texas rallwaj, will sell tlcketb to all
polntJ In Texas. Nt-vv Mexico and l.oulb
iina. (west of l.afaye(te), at greatly re.
ilueed rates for thu umud trip Tor all
Intm nation, i ill at ticket otllies, No. 82J
Main ttreet and 1011 Vplon live., und Union
'I'lia'lrlp 'f V.iur I.lfc.
lioston and return via the Chicago S.
Alton railroad und connections. A tall and
wuttr trio combined Tickets on balu
August l'J to 2) Im luslve. good to return'
until uciouer o erni ut tne junction ikk
et olllce, or PBS t'nloa uvenue, and get
partieulars, or write lo A. HILTON.
Crucial Agent l'aaengcr Dv-parlineiit,
Kansas City. lUo.
"ON TO LOUISVILLE,"
Mil thi Ilurtlimlnii Itotitc-nm.nt) to Louis
title .mil lli'lurn.
The only military eonipiny canioeil ex
rlulvely of ct-IVdenl vleran doing nn
llonnl Rtmrd duty In th t'nltoi! Slates will
leave Knnas city via Ihe Uurtltiglon ttouto
on a special trnln September 8, composed of
brtggaRe car, coaches, chair cars, l'lilltuin
slecpr., rullmnn tourxt sleeperi nnd tlln
Irnr otr, solid from Kansas Clly lo txiuUi--v
III, where they will attend the national
ene-ntnpment of the O, A. It. reunion, thenre
to Chattinoopa, ptrtlrlpatlng In the dedi
cation of th I'hli kiiinniDtrt ImttlcMeld ns .1
nntlonnl park, tlmn on to Atlanta and the
tour of the South
Company A I umeliil escort for the de
partment comtnnnder nnd tnlf of the Mis
souri O , It. rnt Commander in-Chief
MiJor William Warner, (lovirnor .Morrill,
nf Kansas nnd other noted lelehrllles will
ncrompnny the veterans on tin entire lour.
The world-wide farti'd Third Iteitinieiit
bind, of the Nation il riu.irds of low i, will
accompany this train from Kansas City for
Ihe entire I rip
Company A enlnla a cordlnl Invitation
lo all Missouri nnd Kanan O, A. It. veter
ans Atul their ftlends to Join them on litis
grand excursion via. tho Hurllnrton Itotito,
to participate In the llrst reunion on South
ern soil. Ho not forret the Hurllngton
Uoute Is tho only lino running throiiKh
train from Knnsis City to Ioulsvllle, with
out chsngo, coinpo'ed of chair cars, t'till
nnn sleepers, tourist sleepers an 1 dining
eir, I'or full Infounallon, address
ii. c, onu.
.stntrKisi.D , i-aih or iiuiuii.aiih.
'Ihe l"rr ik nf 1 no Mi nil by Yimiiik I trot In is
Down In Old V irglnla.
Trom the Washington Post.
Ttvo Jounjr gentlemen, brothers, were sll
llnir, chatting and smoking, late aim night
In their room lu n cerluln Urge, old-fashioned
Virgin! i countrv place, not so verv
long ngo Hearing a noise downstairs, one
of them, the jounger brother, concluded to
go down nnd Investigate It. When he got
down Into the long1, open hnll, whore there
was a light burning, he found two burg
lirs, or tramps, ragged, dirty nnd cold,
looking over the photograph und iiMimln
lng the brlc-a-brac. 'Ihe sudden nppcar
nnce of a very handsome young swell in
full evening dress, holding a lamp In his
hand and smiling pleis.intlj- ns lie said,
"fiood evening, gentlemen," lather dUeon.
ccrted the two toughs, who scowled mur
derously. The host however, took a whiff
of Ills clgirctte Mini said
"huppoe we go upstairs to mv room;
there Is a good lire there, and you must bo
"Well, this bents Brinnlgnn," raid the
bursals; "j-ou nre a cool 'tin,"
The two burglnrs stnrted up the great
winding stnlrense nnd down a corridor,
and were told to knock nt tho llrst dooi lo
"Come In," said a nterrj- voice, evidently
RitppicsseU hy laughter, and the two buig
I.irs walked In
"Sit down, gentlemen," said j-oung gen
tleman No 2, who whs sitting up In bed
In a suit of pijimns, smoking n cigarette
"You will iltul some cigars on mv dresslni;
table Piny make jourselves perfectly .it
home 1 don't lemeniber of ever having
tho pleasure of meeting jou In society If
I hive j-ou must pardon mv not recogniz
ing jou lmmedlatelj. This visit Is stidibn,
but not altogether unexpected."
Ihe two burglats It.oked at one another
dumbfounded. Then thej- looked nt the two
h unlsonie swells, vi ho were I uighlng pi- as.
antlv, mid then g.ized In a dned soil of
wav lionnd the beautiful bedroom tilled
with luiirlous appointments, engravings
and lnvelv winks of nrt, Including a howlc
knife and a six-shooter on a table near the
bed while a double barreled shotgun was
leinlng pensively ngilnst the head nf the
bed nlo verv convenlentlv within tench
The whole putty being then onifoi t lblv
seated in easy chairs, and on the divans
banked with uslilons, the j-nting gentle
men begun, llrst on and then the other, to
tell ghost stoiles, of which thev had a
large and blood curdling collection. Thev
talked, one after the other. Ini-p.intlv tor
two ham, without giving the burglara,
who began to wilt, a chance to net In a
"I begin to feel hungry." slid joung gen
tleman No 2 to luircl ir No 2 "Suppose
vio go down Into the pantiy and see If wo
cm t find something to eat"
Ilursl.ir No 2 smiled for the first time.
TIo hid evidently given un all Idea of mur
der and liuilirj' ns a business, and had
concluded that peihnps It wouldn't work
to taeklo two voung athletes, who looki d
strong ns mule, und also had knives and
pistols nnd a shotgun handy.
"I'm wld ve," slid he.
"All right, colonel," nld young gentle
man No. 2, "jou go ahead and e.irrj' the
iJown thej- went Into the great hnll,
thiough Into the large dining room, done
In oik, with Its (M china cnblncts nnd
family silver arranged on a big mahogany
Mill board. Into the pintrj-.
' Put down the lamp nnd look Into tho rc
frlgemtor" this to burglar No 2
"Well. I'm d d if hero uln't a wholo
'All right, nnd now for Ihe bread pickle,
bier plutes knives and fork." mid joung
gentleman No 2. and hu directed burgl ir
No. 2 whete to Hnd them Then, with the
Mippir on the v iltei, which was carried
by burglar No 2, the procession moved
back upstairs, to the voting gentlemen's
room, and icjolned joung gentleman No,
1 and burgl. il No. 1 The four sat down
to a round table, upon which burglar No.
2 was requested to arrange the repast,
Burglar No 1. who hart evidently relaxtd
fioni nnj piirpo-,0 of bmgluy, arson or
muidei, vvhk h he needed In his business,
was Invited politely lo open tho beoi. Itv
this time the whole partj- had become quite
frlendlv. and as tho supper progressed
they wiro hilarious Supper over, cigars
were main handed the humps, apologies
made fur the absence of llngf r now Is, which
It was hoped would be overlooked, and the
j-oung ireiitlemeu rose
"Will, gents," said burglar No 1, "jou
have done us noble nnd I am going to tell
jou the plain truth. Wo hadn't no ldei
when wo cntne In lino of Inn tin' nobodv,
but we was desperate eold nnd hutigrj,
nnd thought we'd come In and Just pick
up something In the way of silverware anil
mnj be to iret snmethlntr to eat, but thuu
weien't no murder to ba done, was there,
Juke nodded hi acquiescence; seconded
the motion, ns It weie, before the honsi ,
"It's gettln' on lovvnrd d.i) light, and we
must be rollln' nut gentlemen, for If old
Sqtilio Shorthorn oi tho slurlff catches on
to our being nround he'll hunt us to the
Itln Grande but what hell Jail n "
"Won't jou stiy longer, gentlemen " said
tho grinning joung gentlemen "Very sor
ry jou can't. Well good night. So glad
to have met j-ou Plenso put out the lamp
In the hall ond i lose the door' Inek It and
put the key undi r the doormat outside.
Piny tike a fresh clgni "
So the two burglars, beaten by klndnrsss
nnd coolness, one eirijiug a riindle, wmt
dowiisl ilrs and out Into the dark nnd nwaj-.
The next niornlnp the kev was found un
der tho fiotit doorunt The ffontla burg
lars hail kept faith
ItKAI. KSTAT13 TIlANSmilS.
of abstricts nnd eximluers of
No. Hi i;.iat Sixth street, furnlbh dally tha
transfers of leal estate filed In tho record
er's olllce at Kansas City. Mo
Notlcu All li.msteis appearing In our
dally reports contain covenants of general
Plseiituiipita Sivlngs hank to Peo-
ple'h National bulk; lot 21, Otis
plni e t l
M. 11 Klllott nnd husband to Sitnh
A. l'llleun lot S und nart of lot 7.
block 3, Kingston plaio
i: i: lluliuiM and wlfo to Susan
Hale, lot 3, lilai k 5, biilidtvlbioii
not tli half WYhtmlnstir
A V .Mull in and wlto to i:. J),
Klpp, lot .'. bluek 67, Hyde p.iik...
Jennie A. Stlllwell und wlfo to H,
11. Klpp; Ipt 3. block 17, lljdo
James Pnnur to .1 H. Jatne sou, part
of lot A, Oik Qtovo uddlilon
Maty A l.veiltt und hiislianil to i
W. Walkein; part of lots 193 and 13.',
C W Wulkein and w-ffo to Mary A,
V. J. Hill and wife to W". II. Puisell
ct al, lot SJ, T. J, Hilary's nihil-
1,'inma A. Dojlu to W. H, Doylu",
lot It and put of lot II, block 2,
It II. PI ilk to J, II. Com tall; lot G,
block 2, City p.tik ,
Julia Kesitlng et al to Henry Poteis:
lot W. block 2 Miilkny'K iiililltlou,.
Susan O Wellinan and hushand to
H S, Parks, southeubt quarter and
east half bouthwest qii.it ter et ul,
beetlOll II, towiibhlp IS, rutigo Is)
Hlleii Kntio to P. J Kami; pa it of
lot C, Clusiniit heights .,,.,
Marlon Hayes et ul to V. A. Asbury;
put I northeast nuatter of southwest
iiu.i r I cr of bectlon S3, township 49,
J. T, Mursliul! to Margarctho he
men: part of lots 1 to li, bloek 11,
Stephen Iveteiiy to Julli Kestenv;
part of lot 30, block 2, Mulkey's ad
dition...... , ,.
WWII II M.W.I 111 t P.
W'ANTPIi organisers nt iu nts for a
benefli lal nnd finiernnl r i i.. n. ilt tu
tlflcnt's from $ i") to '. M kniss an I
.iccldent polb bit 5, f 1-f nnd 1 p. i j.nr pas
js. il nnd lg per week X eltess or In
quire. II M. HMI.h' II fup Hre'y
'.- l'ctnplo block.
jqiIN A Willi. P., Hiiprrni" Pr.
WANTKM Canvasser nn I street met! to
Imhdle tnir pilmt bnlloon inini.ie blowir;
quick sales giiarnnlefrtj i n I inc for am
ple and term. Ilallooll Hubble Co i ltoch
ester, li. Y.
. WANTHtJ Pros fe. der 1'rnnklli
t'nlon, oposlng Chlil Pnssnien's Vtdon.
I P 1' V. No. J WVbWs lin.viper week.
Apply room n, ) S. cfilk st . Comm.
W'ANTP.U-Younit Hlit to lrnrn telee
tnphy mid station nwnt's business. Par
full Information, ndtliw J I), Ilrown,
m?H" 5lnlln' s,- ..
, WAN i.RP-lirirbr ctDnlersnt !2. a
dnj , will i hip Monriiiy ninht rrmn loos
I'nloii nveniie 1). c O'lcp.UPll
W NTKIl -.Muneculter nt once. Two
months' work. ,1 i: t.KWIS.
Itld p nl tire, Mo.
W'Nli:p Cif7"snlesrnnri,"l2 eoThMur,
JI0 an I 3 news agents. K'berg's, 720 Mnln,
WANl'Pli i nentlv diessed men; SI'J !er
week 1 West uth Ht , room !
WAN'TPI)- . mitt willing lo wotk Tor I
per dnj. U Mnln st.
son, Mnnknlo, Kns.
write Hr. lleiulir-
w.i.vi i:i)-ptivi.w.n hki.p.
OPPICn work fnrnlslieil (mrtlei wishing
lo learn stenograph!, boakkeejilng. type
writing tear hers' Imlnlmr class and em
pin) uient bun nil a specialty. Address '.
i.l Journal olllie
WANTHH-A while ulrl.
Apply at Odt
vi i iia'i iiin iv v vi nn vi t.u.
WANTP.D A thorough Iiookkepper nnd
truln.'il olllce man, with twenty jinrs' ex
tierlime ebsltis employment, best clly
referem e Address S, !ll i:nl 9th St., or,
roi Infortnailon, call on John McNeills,
No. II W. nth st
WANTi:t Situation In private, family ns
co iclinuin by Ucnn.in man, sober an. In
dustilous. Addiess . Cl"i. Journal olllce.
.SITUATION WlVI'llll pi'.mai.i:.
WANl'IIIi Widow, 31, wants position as
hoiii k"i per at nm , ell) pleferred Ad
dress ?. UTu. Journal olllce
WANTI1U Situation In ptlvnte family
.-is cook or to do g. ncrnl housework, col
ored. 1S3J Drlpps st
fMPi.mitrs r aoi st'iiis.
CANADIAN HMPI.OYMHNT OPFICK.
nnd furnished rooms 101'n K-ist 12th, cor
Wiilnut Tel 11711 The best plnre In K.C.,
Mo, to Mnd help or situations, male or fe
male; II jenrs experience ilef. Omaha
Nat. bank, Omnhn: Citizens' b ink, K. C.
WANTr.ri Agents. I,ntet novepj. Eu
reka stair cmiieis Hveiv bullillng must
have them Thousands b Ing sold In Clil
cigo. Page i to, r,a.;7 I) aiboin at., Chi
cago WANTi:i) Agents. Self addressed
stamped invelope sicures ngenej Ni w
tl Ing. Sample tree. Million sold In Michi
gan, Ilrown e Co, Muskegon, Mich,
to hunt imu.siis.
TO ItKNT West side 218 West ICth st ,
near corner of Pentnl St., the most de
sirable house fur rent on the West slile;
nine rooms and bath, over) modern con
venient e south nnd .-nsl exposure.
Mi:r.i,n:it iiiiai.tv i'dvipany.
Glliraltir bldg.. bis Wjandottet sL
TO IHINT-llv JOSHPH l'ldMH,
llciitnl Agent hlrn o 1SS0.
201 New i.ng! uul building:
Mi 1.. 1llb st , e room house, Sll
r.(2ii H Mb st , 7 loom brli k, n.
W! li Uth st . Si room lulik, .'."..
2-01 11. IStli st., G room bibk, J15.
TO HUM' ItOOIIS.
'IO HUNT .! unfurnished looms con
nected, gas. bath, suitable for housekeip
ing; no ehlldien. 1121 Ceuti.ll st , conn r of
TO ItKNT Two very desirable ofllco
rooms, on second floor of Ilunkt r building,
Sth and Wall. Alex Pindlay, agent, room 5.
MOM V 'IO I.OAS.
LOANS Missouri farm lo.ins promptly
made within IfliJ nilbs of Kansas City.
Kansas City Improvn' loins wanted; bUes
J7W to J2.O0U. Write n- call.
J AM US I. I.OMIIA1ID,
401 Heist blilg Kansis City.
-MONHY TO LOAN Quick, low rates
II L JOHNSON .v. e'O Y. Life bldg.
to 'i in: in ut ii vs is.
WHO handles jour drav-ige? Do j-ou git
quick, reliable servli." Does jouiv trans
fer eoiiipuii) look out for j our Interests?
if j-ou h.ive good rfasons foi a t lumge, wo
woull lie pb used to heir from j'ou. Pur
nltuie iiui kid and shlppul. General tians
fer bnslni s-
MIDLAVD THANSPHi: COMPANY.
'Phone 1117 -lu? an I I1 9 Wyandotte st
i-oii .s i.i: Misrni.i.AMiDiifl.
port SALi; Handsome pair nf whlto
diamond (arilng. will sell fur tho amount
of loin, Hooni 4i Hull building.
I'Olt SALH I.idli s' Hiddlo horse for
ule. Apply at 7W 1 oad'vaj-.
wiiof.i svr.p iiK'vci.i s.
WE want a j-cung man In every town In
Missouri, Kansas and Nebiaska to handli
our wheels Get our cntalogue nnd prices
to agents KANS VS CITY HICVCI.IJ CO .
1027 and 1023 Hroiulu.iy. Kansas City, Mo.
lll'SIM'sS ( It VNCt.S.
HUSINKSS CHANCi:-:;,0O nnd upward
per mouth taslly mule vnth small eapltil
by njbtiiuillu jpeculitlon. Snf st method
Hook and parili ul irs fie-e. Nailonul li ml;
references. Thomas it Co., 17j ltiulto bids,
mtiisii citrric cum,,
ltlCH, oily and clean to handle, burns to
a white ush and vvuii't blink b exposure;
a home Indiisliy. Now Is tho tluid to buy
your colli Tel 2131 or 1073,
L. T. llllltNDON'. Agi. ror Company.
Amerlun Pink bldg.
NOW Is tho tlmo to have vour furiiices
and heating stovis eMiiiiuiel and iepnlrt.1,
We uro tho ngi tits for Mngee rurnae-es
and Stoves, other maki s reimiiid by us
also, M i:. Smith . Son, 1022 Walnut st
I.flST L.idv's ceild
chain, penil powd r liotn clniln atlached;
re w a mi io
return to Journal olllce
T1IH Ktnsas Cll) Metal Hoofing & Cor
rucutlng Co, (10 Dcliwure, Tel. 13tiJ.
IIOIIMIS AMI triut'i.is.
PASTU itll PO Ttl loTtS K3hudo7lars
P-r month, sent for und returned, Mark b.
allsbury Independence. Mo.
,S W I -.
SAFK3 openc-d und repaired, bought and
sold. Combination locks cleaned and
changed II. HAltltlUAN. Pxpert.
Tele-phono 12Si. 10j Habt Tenth at.
Mlta. L. JAMHS, the well known clair
voyant and trance medium, may be con
sulted at 11.03 Grand uvc. parlors 33 and 10.
LAt)lK;t Chichester' English Pennyroyal Pil'i
(Hi. I UmiiJi, nru tho Bout. & , I. i a .
T Ij L9 UUrr. btli-i 4. , U 1, I r lUlkll., lu (
fn t.i .. u tuniif I'et.uni Mnl. Ai Orv8,u,
CbKlicsler Chciululto., PLlb.Ua., I'a,
pou i,i:-iti:vi, i,stati3.
-V- -V -v.-
GPHAT OPPOIITPNITIPS along Ihe lln
of th- Kansas t ity IMH-burg . Gulf l( It.
for small Investnunts lu Southwest Missoii
II and N'nrihvv 't Arkansas Huy a 4) acre
fruit firm for 15 per aete-iay terms II
per ncre down baltiue in inonthlj piy.
mrnls Hetttt- than n sivlnrs bank Some,
tiling that WM.t, GIIOW IN VAI.P12.
Ilundrels am in, king these tiireiiln up
wh) t.ot )0U7 Write for full Information to
F. A. HORNBECK
LAND COMMIqltiNIMl K C. P. & CI.
7th and Vyandotte.
I.OIt BAI.r! Jmkson countv olfer Tor
ale tlin inn tlnvi t x, l N ,u W (otilnln
bif b'O intrs, tiiorn or I. , liiul the SI.
SI. o, It N, 11 w, Minlnltilng t' inn",
imitp or Iks Terms nil i-h Seal-d bids
will be ii. ii, ,1 ,y th,. iitui. isKni d time
on. uiilll Sepirmi., r 7 P"1, at U m A n r.
tilled i In i k fir J. i tiiut iniompan) eai h
bid 'Ihe mintv ic".ivis th- right lo te
Jeet ail) or all bids that ma) be in ule
L II WATGltS,
Coiuilv Counselor and Agent
Till! sensiui is nt htnd for those who
do their own baking Hi cool weather lo
select the lust brand of Hour. To udvri.
Use our hlfh patent Hour we'll glvo a
handsome ilnst (world Jt) with cm li 1W
pounds If ordered to-ihiv
J A Pfl.TDN. 10 W lib St.
K C. W'AICH IHlPAIlt C hnve opeiiisl
up at their new loiutlon, 1127'j Walnu' st
where Mr Wolfsohn will be pliastd lo
meet his filer. Is ,in I customers. All work
Kiinrnnleed ns before.
HAVANA CIGAItb-tOc goods, 1 for "."ic;
3 for a ipiarler sl?i', ,", for -c. Itojal Ha
vana stogb s, ii for ll)c. Geo V. Itose,
nm , r, i; huh t , mu Journal building.
CIIUU.uVti:ri;i waich and clock
maker J. P Kemniilr, u Kust lOlh st , bet.
Main and Walnut.
nilM'HIlr) SAI.i: Win mis, Glieu H.
llurgi ss, h hi, certain deed of trust, dat
ed the llrst da) of August, pill, and it curd
ed lu the ollhe of the remittor of deeds
for Jackson count)', .Missouri, at Kansas
lit), in bonk ' II" IS3. at page 1, conveved
lo one Pi.ink .1 italtd, as trustee, the ml
lowing ili seribed real estate I) lug and be
Ing In Hit iminty t,f Jm kon and tnte of
Missouri, to-wlt. All of nn undivided one
third Intenst beginning at southeast tur
ner southwist tinc-ftiiirth (M section twen-ty-thiee
(ii, township fifty (Ml, rang.)
thlit)-lhree (33), theme r.uth along east
line said one-rourlh d) section h hnn
drtd twenty (iHO) feet, thtnee north eight) -six
thorns fort) -live minutes (Sll dtg. li
tuln ), vvtt six hundred nlnety-eveii (CJ7)
f.t. tin nee north and parallel to
east line nest one-half (i) nld section
twi-ni)-thrto (;1), township fiftj (50), range
thlrt)-thrce (33), to the Missouri river,
thence westerly with the niennderlngs of
s.ild river to west lino of cast one-half m
of west oue-hnlf ('A) said seel Ion
t went) -Hirer (?3), township llfty (50),
range thlrtj-three (33), thence fouIIi
along nld west line to southwest cor
nel .nld eust one-half (M,) of west one
half (') said section, thi nee eist thirteen
bundled twintv (l.l.'O) feet, inure or less,
to beginning, except right of way of Chl
tago, Milwaukee Ar st I' ml railway, being
a strip one hundred (100) fi et wide 111 south
west coimr nbovti described trait. The
above tloserlbed tlact contains one
hundresl acres mom or less, which
snld deed of trust was given to
secure the p.i) inent of lert.Un prom
issory notes therein described; and
wherens, nil of i-nld notes, mil Interest
thereon, Is pist duo and unpaid: and
where.is. It wus provided 111 s.ild deed of
trust that in the cn of absence, death or
refu-ul to net of -ild trustee, the (then)
acting sheriff of Jntkton countv, Missouri,
shall bei oine bis shim -Mir, with all the
powers of s.ilil trustee; and wheiras, the
said Prank J Iiilnl, trustee as aforesaid
Is now de-ad and tnnnot net a ntd trus
tee, now. then fore, untied Is hereby giv
en that I John P O'Neill, pies, nt sherllf
of Jmkson lounty, Missouri, will. 111 ac
cordance with the tei ins and provisions
pf Mild drtil of trust, at the request of the
legal holder and owner of -aid noles, pro
ccid to -ell the nionerlv hereinbefore de
scribed nt public vendue, to the highest
blddei, for tush, at the west front door of
I'tilt-il States custom house, southeast
rner of Ninth nnd Walnut streets. In the
city of K.ms.i.s Cltv liickon countv, Mil
ourl on Mondn), the 9th die or Septi tu
ber 181" between Ihe hour of nine o't loi k
in the forenoon and live o'clock In th" aft
ernoon of th.it dn, foi the purpose of p.u
pijlng al 1 debt mil Inteicst, nnd the cost
of eMcnting thl tuisi
JOHN P. O'NGILI,, niierlff nnd Trustee.
Kansas fit). Mo, August 1.1th. 1S13
TUPSTHP. S SAI.tl Whricns. A M llar
ron and HNIe M llinon, his wife, by
detd or trust ditid Uctober II, IS'10, lib .1
for record Nov.niber I" IVk), nnd lncorded
In the ollhe of the tei order of deeds ot
Jackson Fount), Missouil, at Kansas Clt,
In book P. No. 117, nt page 3S7 conve)ed to
P V Kandtr. trustee, tho following de.
scrlbi d nal cstnle, situate In the lotintv
or J n kson. state of Missouri, to-wlt; All
of lots number eight (1), eleven (II) and
tw.lvo (12) In bin. k number four (1), in
Cellar Springs addition number two (
to Kansas City, at cording to the recorded
plat th-reof, to snuie 'lie obligations In
said deed of trust ilescrlbid. and, whereas
ib fault has In en miule in the payment of
tho note In said died of trust des rlbed,
ai cording to the i on lltlons of s.ilil deed
,,? irnl! now, therefote tiiitill.. ... ,t t. n iu
hereb) given that I, the undersign-d trus-
. . .. ...Ill 1... itMlln rxf . I, ,. ..a.. Au ..
ne, ivui, w. ..- ... ,v i,t.t-r linn au
thority to me given by -aid deed ot trust,
and undi r the nuns and conditions there
of, at the leiiuest of the legal ownri and
bolder of slid note, proceed to sell tho real
t state nbove tlesi rlbed, at public vendue, to
the hlghtst bidder, for cash, nt the north
door of th" 1 nlted Sinus custom house,
on Past Ninth stieet. Kansas Cltj-, Mis
souri, In the tauitly of Jackson atoresaid
on WV'dtu feJnj tin llth d ty or September,
P'ij, between the boms of nine o't lock lu
the foi moon nnd live o'clock In the -irter-noon
or that daj-, mr the purpose of pav
ing the debt by snld deed of trust Rccutnl
nnd the cuata and cxp. n-. s of executing
this trust P. V KANIHMt, Irustee.
Pratt. Perry &. Hagi rin.iti, Attnrne)s.
(Plrsi pulillcatlon August Oth, mi)
TKUhl'I-llS SALll U) reason of the de.
fault inado in the jnijinnit of tho piltinp.il
promlssoiy note iliscillud In i deed ot
ti list dated Ma) ti.th, isK, and llbd fur
let on! In the olllce of the recorder of
deeds of Jucksoa count). Missouri, nt
Kansas Clt, on the itith da) of .May,
lkjj, and temrded In book 1! U0, nt p.ti,e
247, and exmiud b) Shannon C. Douglass
and llallle H. Uoul is, his wife, tho un
designed will, at thu reipieat of the legal
owner of sild i.ote, and In pursuance
ot the powirs Vciid Ir. mc in s.ud
deed of trust, nt the south front duor
of the. statu ciioult court house of Jackson
fount), Missouri, in Kansas Cltj, on Tues
day, the Jrd d ij ot (sepi! mln r, is'C, he
tween the liouis of 'J o clock In the fore
noon and So'iloik In the afti rnuon uf said
ilay, dell ut public nation to the highest
bniilf-l, foi i-ish, all of lot number !', In
block 5, In West Kansas addition mini
! ltd two, an addition to Ihe i'Iij of Kan
sas, (now Kansas ijt) i, is tha nine Is
lii.il kul and ileUenaiiil on the recorded
plat In Jiukson count), Missouri, for tho
purpose of p.olng s.ild Indebtedness se-turc-d
by said deed of trust, nnd the cost
and exp. uses of cxfc-ming this tiust.
GHW'Altn A TlltOWN. Trustee.
NkTH'I: 1 hereb) given that a spee-lil
uitoilnj uf tho Shan hoi lers -jf tho Piil
tb ml il HulUlIn,; and Loan Asjurl.ulun
will be held at the olllti uf said iuoei i
t Ion, mom fiM, in thi Amtilcan It ink
building Kansas City, Missouil, on Satin
day, tin s-venth day of September, lsi.1,
at ttn o'elock a in, tot Iho following
purposes Ipolls i lose at thleii p m ): Tu
Piovldu foi the ti.ins.u tiun of ttitute busi
ness undi r the provisions of in act re
ining tu "Mutuil .s iv Ing fund, loan and
building assu hiilolis," approved April "nth,
Is'ii, am! to change the pitec-nt ankles of
association, eoiistltutlon and b)-.iws, and
to nd"id such now eonstllutliin and by
law h us may Im intuitu I fot fuiure guvern
inent lu iriifurmlt) with said act. Any
other liusiness that ni ly como before thu
meeting ut that tlmu may b acted upon
at suth special meeting.
Hy older of thu bond of directors.
PltANK HICKOK, Seen tarj
NOTiCU 'IO CONl'ltACTOIlS-Th uu
dtrslgtitd will, on September dth, isu, at
thu i tst flout of tho county court house,
nt Missouri avenue and oil: stieet, let
by publlo outt'iv lo tho lowest responsi
ble bidder, the building of stone piers at
llrush c-ieck and Prospect live nue, sub
ject lo tho upproyal of tlm count couit,
Spec-Mentions may bo seen at Iho olllcu
or thu county suivevor lu the touit house,
A cash di posit of s"JJ or a cet tilled chock
tor sum amount tu bo deposited by each
bidder to bo forfeited to tho county on
failure to maku satlsfaetoi j bund.
R J. OTLAHUltTV.
Co. Surcj-or and Hrldtso Conuiilsaloner.
August 10. 1SU5.
Tha Jounml ileliv
ivr,d at uoiiv door for
lO cent's perweek.
llli il I I . - VI I W j
I II I 1 H I 1 1 I t 1 I , i w I
their . n un o i 1 of n is a i I
fiii't 7ih, )'i and dull ri i or lid, on t i
of August. lil. in the nIll
te orler of ..,ds In nn.l for .lnrkon i
1). Missiurl, at Knnsres Clly, In bo k II
m. a; page oi convejeil lo the un ' r
signed tiimipe the following desi rib- I r il
fjttit situate In the county of Jink' ".
stale or Missouri, ti-wlt: lil risr'i t i)
II bin k In., is. iai. ii.,i, Ai.,1 nee It nr 1
M 111 IliKk tight (S), all In Lara) ftle I'U '
nn n.l.blii.n to Knnn Clt): also bm.n
lillig nt the soulhenst corner of snl I Lntii
elle pin,,., thine west twctiiy-flve ti )
feel, iht inr north two hundred nr i sev-
tilv-foiir tl) fert to the south tl',,.i
Howrtrl street, theme enst twtntJ-llve
(.') feet, thence south two hundred mil
nvrhtv four i?7l) feet to th plan' of be
Fn,!l"llT'..',,',ft 'h"t port or lot iitiiel) fpiir
t"l) of Hunk's sufidlvlsion of Ginnoltes
burr, nh ndlltlon to Knnas Clt, b's)a
MM nt a point two hundred mid rinhlv
nltio i.'M) trfi north or the southwest
corner of mid lot nitiotj-fotir (Sl. nr,'l''n,
'.Jl'r'. 1I1P ot "flld lit. Ibcnce ent arid
pnrallel to th south line thereof, fifty (M)
feel thetic. fcotlttl Slid pnrflllel I" !,"
vel line fiereof one hundred and twenty
four (i;, ff,r, (0 ,, ,.. th.tlee West
alotiir the north line of .ml alb v ilfiy ("
feet, thin-B north nlolig the west line . f
snld lot one hundred nml Iwsntv-fuur (III)
feet to the pu,e of beginning. In trust to
senire the tav instil of his promlssorv
note, In said deed of trust dei rlbed It
Is provldnl m nd, tired or trust Hint In
case or derault In the paimetit of ald
note or of tho Interest, or any pirt thete
of, when due or iMvaiile, then the whole
shall become due and Ihe said trustee, may
proceed to sell said property In said deed or
trust ilesctlbed. ns nlsive Wherens. de
rault has beiti made In the pa) mint or
the Interest iue on snld note, which l
long pist due and pivable; now. thererore,
notice Is heipby KKU1 tht I, the itnder
rlgtied liiistn, will, by virtue of the nil;
Ihorllv In me vested by the terms of nld
dee I of trust, and nt the reuuest of the
legal owner nnd holder or snld note, pro
ceed 0 (,,,( nn ! pti ttl0 rP11 0tltH here-
Itiberore desirlh.d. nt publlo vendue, to
the hlehest bid ler, for .ash, at the west
trout door of the custom house, In Kan
sas Cltv. Jackson countv, Missouri, on
Satunhi), the .list day of Ainsust. P''.
betwdii the bouts or 0 o'cloi k In the
forenoull ail, I R i.Vlnelr In tile nftirtioou
of Mil. da), to pav said note mil Interest
und cost of evecutlnc this trust
i: I, ItlPLHV, Trustee.
llollls .t:- t.lHirovr Attornevs
W-lli:iti;AS. Adolphtls K. George and Id I
Gem hi his wire, Mantui bv tie Ir deed of
trust uateu the mill eliv of October, one
tltoiisniiil eight hiindrtil slid nliii'tj-one,
ntolded In Ihe ollli e of the lecordei of
deeds of Jm kim tmintv, Missouri, nt Kan
sas City, on the date ir the tenth diy of
October, eighteen humlre,! and tilnetj-oue,
lu book It 470, it page tXl, and follow Ing,
conve.ved to the uuib tslgned, Andiew II
G.ilbigber, the following lest rlbed Inn t In
Jnck-'on t mint), Mlssoutl: All cf lots nuui
bei tweiitv-ilght (Jm tvvtiity-uliM (Ji), thli
t) (W), nnd the north ten (lu) feet of lot
number twentv seven (.'7), In Geerj-e's nd
tllllon to the Cll) or K ilisus (now Kansas
Cll)), Mlsotiil, as the same are milked
and designated on the teeordeil plat id said
addition, In trust to secure pa) incut of a
piomlssory note tor tight hundred and
fifty lobar, In such detd described, with
six futciet coupons theieto nniii xed for
twentj-nlne dollars and seventj-ltve cents
inch, and whereas, default was made lu
the pijinent of the Intenst vvh-n due rep
resent d by the coupons No 4, Ti and 0,
thereto ntlut htd, ni).ible on Ihe llflh davs
of Oelober. 1S93. April. IXDI, and Oi tober.
I'll, and In luvment whin due of said
pilnclpat noli, and the same now rennln
due and iiniuld. with Interest from theli
inatuilt); win re-fore, notice Is heteby given
that al the ruptest of the owner and hold,
er of slid i oupoiiH, and the note to which
they are uttaelud, those maturing before
Uetoutrl 1X01, having bi en p ild, 1 will, as
such trustee, piocied to -el the piopirly
herelnbefoie and In such deed of tiust de--crlli.d,
nnd nn) and ev.r) put thereof, ut
public vindue to tin night st blibb r, at
Ihe west front door of the it S
ri s'om house, . e t oruer of Ninth
mid Walnut struts. K.m.i City. Mo, lu
the coun'v of J.u l.son nfortnld, for cash,
on Saturdnv the llth day of Sc,
tembtr, rlgbteen huiuliiil and nlnetv-tlvc,
between the hours or nine In the forenoon
nnd live In the afternoon, to in) the costs
mill expenses of ixetutlng this tiust. In
cluding toinpens.itlon to Hie liustee Tor hi
sei v Pes, lo pi) said prlnelp.il note nnd
slid Interest i oupons, with tntt rest thereon
from m limit)'. s therein piovldid
ANDUGW 11 OALI.OHi:it Trustee
l.HGAL N'H'ICK In Ihe district court
of Kile) count), btate of Kansas, ss. In
the matter of the assignment of Win. P.
lllclnboth.ini. Notbe of tale or leal is
t.ite Notlci Is he'cb) (,ivun that the un
iltrs'lgniil. the duly appointed and quall
...... .i. u . nf the estate of Win 1. Til lt.
, innotliim as hiucsuii to D Huntress,
, lntQ ,t.r, used nsl.rneu of t-nhl estate, un
der llllll U) turn nun eii ,ui timer uuiy
made bj the dlslrltt t ourt of P.lley count).
In the stale of K in is. will, on Mondi),
the 2nd da) ot hi plember. liDI, t the
fouth door of tho tonrt house of Jickson
count) stito "f Missouri, in the clly ot
Kansas City. Mo at the hour or two (2)
o'cloek p m . otf. r for s-ale nnd sell to the
highest bidder, for cash In hand, the tol
owlng de si Hired icnl estate to-wlt. Lots
umber sev.nteen M7. eighteen (IS), nine
teen (19). twent) (20) lwent)-oiie (Jl) nnd
twunt)-two a. nl.loil; number eight ().
In Giilnotte's addition (sometimes called
Gulnotte's Hlvi r addition) to tha city ot
Kansas City. In Jackson count), stnto of
.Missouri, tho same being the real estate
belonging to the estate of Win P. Hlg.
Inbothnm niul now under the control nnd
order of the snld district eourt. Notice Is
further given that 1 will nt the same tlmo
and plac and under tin- jamo authority
and conditions, sell nt public auction to
th. highest hlilfUr, for cash in hand, tho
following de-i rlbed trnrt of land situate
In Ilarton couniy. In tbo state of Missouri,
to-wlt The south half (V..) of the north
east fourth CI) of the northwest fourth
(I,) or SfCllou e-iKiie eai in lu.vjiiiiip enircy-
nno (11) south, lunge twenty-nine i29), con-
' tnlnlng twntv (.'0) in n s, mote or iv ss, ne-
III,..."- ...... ........n. ....... .1. . d
muling to government surwv thereof.
Glvin thl 27tb flav of Julv lvii, ul my
olllce in tho cttv oi .vinnnnitnn, Jliley
eountj-. stato of Knnsus
l0U 3 svm KiMnr.r:,
Ilecelv-er of tho Hstato of Wm. 1' Hlgln
bntbnm tPttst publication August Sth, 1MI5 )
TltUSTKII'S SALi: Uj reason or dt fault
made In tho pujincnt of the pilmlpal
niomtssoiy note described In a deed of
trust dated April lib, P03, nnd filed fur
lecord In the olllce of thu recorder or
deeds of Jackson count), Missouri, a I
Kansas Pit) on tho 1th day of Apt II,
IMtJ, und rnordol In book 11 577, at juku
431. and executed by Prank II. Cise ami
Mlniilo II. Case, his wife, the un
df islj-wtl will, at the reipiesl of the
legal owner of said note und In pui
Euauco of the powers vested In me in
said deed of trust, at tho souih court
house door, In Kansas Cltj , Jack-on coun
t), Missouri, on Tuesday, the 3rd daj of
September, lv''j. between the houis uf J
o'cloi k In tho foienoon und 5 o'clock in tho
artctnoon or sub! day, -nil at public mil
lion to the highest bidder ror cash nil or
an undivided one-halt Interest In lots 17
R, 111, M Jl und .'.' and the west fourlem
fe-ut of lots 1, 2 3, 4, 5. 0. 1 and !, nnd
or the vitiated tillijs ljlng In tween s ild
lots, being the north and south ulley 1
Inj west of lots 1, .' 3, I. 5, ii, 7 mil S,
und Ihe east und west alley I) Ing north
of Juls 17, IS and 111, and smith of lots 20,
tl ati, I 2.', all in fli.iv s subdivision of lot
77, of Hunk's subdivision of tho Gulnotto
bluff, nn addition to tho Cltj of Knnis
(now Kansas Cltv), Jiuksun fount), Mis
souri, ns the slid lots nie designated on
the recorelcd pl.il thereof, for the puiposo
of paying Hi" Indebtedness secured by
said eked of trust, and the cust and ex
penses of exeiiitlng this trust
liANICI. W IIIHiWN Trustee
Ml rllli; TO CONTUAITUIIS-Tlie un
ib rslRtie l will on Septi Hilar loib. pi3, at
the east faint 'looi of tho tonrt house',
Missouri avi. and Oik st , let by public
ouicry lo iho lonest responsible bidder
tho follow Ins viork One Iron bridge, or
vv-lro suspension brldsc, on stono abut
pients. over Goosene.k iieek, at Shillloldj
plins for wile bildi,-!' to be submltlel with
each bid; (ilfo the r.isni; of brld-,'0 and
nbuinitnts on Holnns st, also the build
luir of .stone itbutuuuts on tho Kuoi ho
load. I'lans nnd 'ns-lilcitloiis mi) ha
seen at the olllce or the cuuntj- surveyor,
111 the eourt house A cash deposit or 11
lerlilletl 1 herb for 2'l to be deposited
before blildluir on 1.11I1 tonlract, ivlihii
will be fni felted lo county on talluro to
mikoHitUlailiiij louiij 0.rfAllnnTVi
County Survejnr nnd llillsu Cuininlislotiir.
luted 111r 20 ls'ij
AhSIGNl.P'S Milti'i: POIt 1IHAICI.MI
ilalnib Nutlcu Is hticb) Klven to all Uu
iredlluis ot W. T Ainibtead that I will, un
tin Idtli daj of tie pit mbi r, lMr.1, irom D to
2 ti'ilock, al my ollb., No. 21o7 II, !)th st,.
Kansas City, Jackson co., Mn., piocied
publicly to adjust mid tilluw dt itiiiuils
itKulust tho eslate and eiTeits isslKiied by
W T. Ariiisteiiil lor the lent Ilt of einlltois,
nm! will cuutluue said b. u In-; iluiing tin
tWO fullOttlllK llllJB I'liiius not so plH
tcntul will bo tttbariid from lieuctll uf
tnld ukbliiiimenl 1) W NHYVCOMHIt.
Astlmieo W. T. Al instead.
mtcd Auk 13th, lb!i-
soTici: 'io .vrocKiioi.ni:ns-Tho un.
nual ineitliu of tlK- stockholders uf the
Kutlh Sldo Land and Mort-,u-o Coiupanj,
for tho election of dlrettois for tho ttisu
Inir year, and for such other business, as
cli ill come before It, will bo held In tho
oill a of the eompjii), 100ms 1 nnd 5, Heals
bulldlrff, 11. w- coiner of Ninth an! W".
untlotto stieets, lu Kansis City, Mo. on
.Monday, the 2d diy of S ptember, ISM, at
the hour ut 9 o'clock .1. m
V. w. iiagliiy-, President.
r, W, rcitHINS, Becreuo,
UNION DEPOT TIME CARD
OMtll.t, hT. I.Ob It,
ill. Ml It. dr. PAUIi
Chnlr Cnrs Fruo.
llrlislo'; ss, l1Mill
St knet 10H tnluD Ala
f ultlt, A. G P. A , Kati il
MI tri'nt da I . i
ej; e,t Sulurda) , ' "
Miura.iy oniy I it i
i I'inmn, arrive
MT Joll It It- Hur .r l
Ti ilt s Leave r
K i" . TlrooknstJ ......x4 V pm A1 Mil
Atbinli ixpress . . ., 7 "oaiii i. 1 ai
fliicag fast mill, "nil"., f. IR pm I a i
St, Louis express S l.l pm x Oia
H A Jl. It II, IN NHHItASKA-llur.iiis-
Iienver ,r IC. C. exptess,
Lincoln, Hillings ,x- Piir-
! Sound II Clam iVnm
IC. ... ST JOP. ,K COPNClIi 111.1' KP.-l
Omaha .1 HI. P fast mall If) Iflnin M pnv
Iowa expie-ss M oi pm !) loam
Omaha express "i 11 ptn "fill. int
St. Joe & Iowa null ? Mum . i". pm
I'envcr express ll.iVinni 7 f-. pm
l.eav., Atch. .x- St. Joe .... S ) pm 1 Ij pm
All trains tniiko I.fnvetiworth except thu
ID O a m.
CHICAGO. HOCK ISLAND A PACirif.
, Trains Hast of Missouil ISlvcr
Chicago mill xiHsni a? V) pm
Clilcii-to limited 6:15 pm D.Uani.
Trains West of Missouri Itlvnr
Hulch Wlehllii, l"t, W.,.,10 lo.itn f, :; pm
I If n.. Pol Sp. A: Pueblo. ...Il) Mum .ir.pm
..en , i.ui nil ,v j'ueitio. rs.nipu
nm )& .-oniii
t ifllllil, i i. ,v i i vv .
Topi hn, Hutchinson .
S 40 nm )S .-until
,?S li) inn )S 20nni
MlSSOPIt! 1'ACIPIC It.
Mall and express
it l rains mst.
; on am c jpni
St Loul ilitv exuress.
..10 ii am
f. f) ptn
7 !) am
New euk fast mall 1 W) pm
St Louis night exptess . n in pm
Lexington .V Si L. ex .. 7 il pm
Lexington .x- Sednlla piss C Jj am
'I mlns Wet
Cnireyvllle tx Colutado 10 1 am
Coffe) vllle r Wichita !) .u pm
.lop . Pt Scott ,x W'lih.. .. 4 in am
.lopllii .V Texns express ...10 liinm
Jopllti .x Texas express .. 7 uo pm
7 IJ pui
fi Ij pnt
7 2a nm
a vi pm
7 I. am
s -i pni
I 4 pni
II si pm
'j 'J urn
Oinnhi, Liu. .X N. Cltv ex. 15 pin
iimaha.X C 11 dn) ex 7 Ji mil
Iv. C .x. A nitom tx u) pm
l. C. .X. SI Joe ex 10 10am
K C . A .x St J ex. . t! 11 tun
KANSAS I I TV NOItTHW"i:"41i:itN It R.
Setiei i ,x. lleatrhe ex . . 7 10 pm ( 10 pm
WA11ASI1 KAILltnAD COMPANY
St. Uiuls .v- Chlcigoc; . . SOOiuti "tiopni
Si 1. .X N V. LI m ex xioilmn Mimlpm
St. L 1) M .,- St P. ex.. S P.1 pm 7fi0am
K i". .V: Chlciigei ex -1.20pm 9nni
CHICAGO A ALTON
Chlcigo it; SI Louis ex.... " mlniii
Chliiigo limited . iiOOpni
St I, .v- Chleago t x 41 nm
fi R0 pni
KANSAS CIl'V, PnltT SCOT I' & Ml"l-
Plorlela Pist Mull ..'. 1010 nm
llarilsunvllle ,x- Clinton xio ) un
f. M pm
.1 of) nm
j'lepwatet ni com ujrpm
la 11 mn
i noroh.ee nn tun & a, pm
Snluirb.in passenger . ..xiin)pm
Jonlln .v- New nrlems . 9 la nm
7 11 am
VlliSMM III, KANSAS .v; TliA.Mi it V
Texns Mall in II nm r. .15 pm
Texas i xiiress D ul pm 7 25.uu
UNION PACIPIC ItAILW VY
Pur Hie Coast limited .. s 'u am Ii 00 pin
iri.uvr ,v i.ai ex , ii pin
A'ICIIISUN, TOI'llKA .x- SANTA
II ist of Missouri river
Chicago limited 7i)pm
coiuiiibi.in limit. ,1 .... r, .iipui
PH It V.
S 10 am
1 J. pm
7 M mu
Chicago fast da) light e. 7 5")ani
t-ort Madison loml . .. i.lOaui
3.i 2 1 pm
west or Missouri tlirr
fihlihoni i ,x. Texas lucil . s limit
4 20 pm
0 20 pin
1. 11 pni
4 .'-I pin
t- K is iia) ix
Col . Utah .xt T. x.is llm.
' l.i am
n Id un
t Miirniiiia llm
JIi-XliO A. I'll tx . . ,
lhnpoila lu. il (S K.)
Topi ka expies . . ,
.. 1 10 pill
.. J i pm
M 20 pm .1I 2il.ini
. I Jo pm 0 10 am
I'tniiauuie ox tis i i.
. " 10 im 7 oi.mi
Kas., Ok. .t Tex. n'ht c"c. y 20 pni O.oOani
t.ltlliil (eutril lle'iiit. -llil mid W vatiilot te.
CHICAGO GltPAT WKSTKHN HAILWAY
Chi. St Paul .V Minn man am n e pm
St J, Pes M & Chi a.Oopm 711.1111
St. J 1 1 M ,x Chi ... 11 Mipm
KANSAS CITY", HhCPOLA .: SOUTHlHtV
Clinton .x- Osi cola . . f. is) pm I0 2uani
i,isi i-i'j-i, ri --! siiiriiu ,x 1,1 t,i"
I'ltlsb g Jop A-
Neosho. 11 (Oam l V pnt
lAcconiiuodntlon .. ."...
!l)jlly except Suneliy.
I", 10 11111 f. 0.) ,1111
7.10am C 10 pm
(It toil Ave. tleput. li 'ml Srp,t
CHICAGO. MILWAUKUH .X- ST PYI I,
Chicago passenger vi Mum 7 lupin
I'hlllli othe expiess .. ,1 no pm 10 a am
Hxcclslor Sp'esj special... s3 Hani sv . 1 ni
ICiiuens ( It) .V I111I1 (leiuteiice t'le'tlrlt Kull
A. m Leave Kansas City & 10, s n r ,0,
(! 1.1 All trains from C 15 a. m to r p 1 tu
run every hi mlniitts. P. m f li ' t, 0,
I", 2l, t, :i0. 0 1.1, 1, M, 7 10, 7 20 7 '' 7 IS s n
S 2,1, S;J,1. 9 10, II a."., 10 ft), 10 SO, u no 1 rst
tialn on Sunday leaves at 7 JO
Tiusd.ijrr, Thutsdajs and Si urlnjt
Wcstport .mil VV.ilib. It.illwii)
Leave YVtslport Oallj", r, "0 a m S li .
m , 1ft 10 a m , 1 .'0 p in , 3 00 p m n 11) p
m, 7 00 p. in, Saluiday 1111. 1 sin Jn 1 0
n. ni 7 15 a. 111 , S no a ni.Mn in 9 'o
u. ni , 10.Ii 11. in , 11 m) .1 in 'i 1 1 1,1
1 p. tn., I 1.1 p in , 2 SO p. in., " 1 1 p m 1 01
p. ni., 4 13 p in., 5 II) p. in , i I , p 111 , 7 i
p m , S 00 p ni 9.00 p in.
Leave Itlm Itlver park Oill 7 !" 1 in,
1 II a in , It 15 a 111 , 2 IJ p 111 1 p 111 ,
ft II p in., 7 15 p m. Suturlav in i t- n
d ly, 7 11 a in S isi a 111 , s I, a 111 9 3)
a 111 , lu 15 a in. 11 ini a m , 11 1 a m
12 in p 111 , 1 II p 111 , 2 30 p in , . 1 1 in ,
1 o" p 111 I 41 p 111 , fi u p 111 1 1 1 1 ni ,
7 on p 111 7 I p in , x 4 1 p 111 'Mil 111
KANSAS Cll'Y' .X lNDHPUMH M"L ATli
Hi pots, Sfcond and Wyandotte ni 1 Hi.
ond nnd W alum.
The Depot Carriage and Baggago
8r.Vl.MII AMI into til WAY,
FOR A CAHRIA0E OH BAGGAGE WAG0H
Prompt unit Itellfliln
mi r'i it x 11 iiuirs 1 (111 mi. iit vvomt
"TmS'IM'Vs YLlViTereiisl riefauli "tiiil
he. -i inado in tin payment of the pro ipii
prjiu. soij rote describe I in a 1 erm n ere I
1 a it nut, made b) Aithur Je liusun an I
1 Mir) A. Johnson, bin wife, dated tho 2.1 1
elav of Januaiv ISmJ. and rrcoiued on 'lit
2lid diy ot Jununr), IS". in book 11 t umber
151, nt jmtfH H, In tha oillco 0 tho re older
of deeds In anil fur Jackson conn M s
soiiil. nt Kansis City, and, whereas, I thu
iiuderslKnc'd. sherilt of snld count) hm
bv r. ison of the absence fioni ihe 1,1,1' 1
uf M.-huiirl of iho tills,'?-) n lined In s u I
1I..1I and hla Inabll'ty to 11 t beeomo hn
8iicesur In the tiust by said ei u treat
ed as in and by bub! d c-d prov id d n rvv ,
theicfore, at the renuest of the legal holl-e-i
or slid note, I. tho snld sherllf and 311
cessor In tiust, will, pursuant to said dee!,
,111,1 In tho execution of said trust, pro
cee ! and sell, betvvien the hours ol )
o'cloi k n. in mil 5 o'clock p. in, on Sat
urday, the 14th el ly of September, !sJ5, nt
the toitili frontdoor of tlm Jackson county
court houie.ln i.ililt Ity and count) .at nubllj
vendue, tu tho hlBljest bidder, for ca-ih. thi
followInK described icnl property, sltnulu
In tht county of Jackson and
state of Missouri, to-vvlti All lot
numbered nineteen (10). In block
iiuiiibtre-il una il), of Whipple's tirst
addition to thu Clly of Kantaa (now called
Kansas Cltj). as platted and recorded In
tht) oili'o of tho ice-order of deed in and
for bald JackEou countv.
JOH.V P O'lx'rm.L.
Sin lift of Jackson Count)", Missouri, und
Suctessor In '1 1 list,
Slavens &. Spottbvvood, Att'ys, tSOtl x, y.
lUPSTKlJS HAl.lJ-N'qtlc 1, hereby
(jlvtn that between the hours of 9 o-clo k
a. in. and 0 o'clock p m of Monday, tlm
uecoud day of St;pteniber, ISii, t the west
front door of the United States custom
house, on tho southeast coiner of Ninth
and Valn11t streets. In lv.mi.us City. Mis.
sourl, I will, as tiuste-e. In a deed of trust
mule by,, James Simons and. Amarlnth.i
Simons, his wife, dated tho sUth day of
Aumist. 1J, and recorded the sixth day
of AUKiisi, lxSD, In book H 3S0, pant) to. In
tha recorder's olllcu of Jackson county
at Kansas City, Missouri, sell all
of lot two, block one. S. H. Dales'
llrst addition to the City of Kansas (now
Kansas Clt)). Missouri, at public vendue, to
ihe hlnlie.t bidder, for cash, to satisfy tha
conditions of said deed of trust, the prin
cipal notes due August C. 1S30, and there,
uficr bciDC past due, unpaid and defaulted.
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