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THE KANSAS CITY -JOURNAL, MOXTViT. REPTRMnttll 2, 189.5.
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STEPHEN B. ELK1N8,
-MB XfKtt VfltlllNIA M'.NATOIt IN Ills
'Ml Conl Mines l linii.iud of Atrn nf
' Timber, linens nnil Hunks, mill it
Ills llillriinl In (In.
(Coprlclit, U!", by rrnhk O. Carpenter.)
Wiuhlmtton, An. ?i.-The people ot the
Vnlted Htulc know litu Hide of Stephen
II, J'lkli'd Up lias ii nntlo.int r ejm t uttoti
M politician und a liuMntM mnn, but
only thoe who hne tome In cloc eon
Mot with him renllrc that ho I, one of the
l)lBBel aiul liromloKt men of the United
Btnto.ii I have known hint for rcvvral
jenrs, nnil I have Just rrturnoil fioin a
Mit to him nt htn home In the tnoilii
lulu of Wiit Vlrulnlu, He lim n Mlotn:
eroiinlll, nnil liin Individually prows,
upon $011. He l full of Ideas, mill HUlne
moil to mis thnl he know more purple
than any mnn In public life. Mr. 1! -Kins
Is of n lltcrurs rathir than of u busi
ness lient, mill lo-iln he keep" up hi' rend,
inn of the tiest nniliots nnu tl e HtiiiH of
the classics uml the poeti. lie lernU Lulln,
Unik nnil Hebrew In the urulniil, ami h
ran ipiole 'limit son nnd llnnvnlnir h the
hour. He l thoroutrhlv ported on the his
tory, of hl country, ami he liken to illdomi
the lendlhK novelists, sin h m Upoikp 1. ot
nnil Thnckcluv, over whom he, Si-nutor Al.
len n. Thiirm in, Jnmes O lllntne mul A In
Kitll UoilKe hul mnn n lllrrar llirht vvNt"
he lived In W uihltiRtnli. He keip nlinadt
of the tlme You 11ml all of the lutct
KtiKlIdh magazine, n will rid those of
America, on his libr.it y table, and Ills
IiooI.b number thousands of volumes, lie Is
one of the healthiest psychical entitles
that 1 have ever met lie never loses hi
temper, lie enjos life In nil lis pline",
uml nlmost Roes crn.v over the beauties
of nature nnil the ilellKhts of n cotmtiy
life. Ifo has a IjIb forest nt the back
of his home, mul he knows cery tree In
It, nnil looks upon them ns his dearest
lie has a Owen hores In his dtable, but
he prefers walking above nil other cer
elses, and tramps his Kiiedts up mid down
over his estate, showing them his Raidens.
his flowers and the muKiilllceiil lews
which bound It on every side. Not Ion?
iiri he boiiRht a iwitintnln for fe.ir some
fellow mlRlit destroy one of his vleus or
lake nwny Its beauty by euttlnc off the
trees, and ho turned a county roul In order
to Improve thcsymnlctrs of his homestend.
"HAi.t,tr.nunsT," r.i.KiNS' mopntaix itomc.
But let me tell jou something nbout Sen
ntor niklns' count! y home and the wonder
ful property which ho and e-Seiintor
JJavls, In connection with one or two other
men, own there In the wlliK ot West Vli
glnla. It Is one of the most wonderful
estates In the Union, and It will be worth
untold millions In the future. They h.ie
tons ot thousands of acres of the llnent
coal lands, nnd their railroad, which Is ICO
miles long, goes for nearly 100 miles over
their own coal. They have tens ot thou
sands of acres of valuable timber, and
there are towns and factoiles nnd great
tanneries all along the line of their road.
They mine from J.000 to 4,000 tons of coal
every dav. They mnke hundreds of tons
of coke d.illv, homo ot which. Is shipped ns
far ns Salt l.nke. and some goes to dlffer
oii' parts of .Mexico. They own more towns
than j on can count on sour lingers nnd
toes, nntf the" are bulUllilg model settle
ments awn j- up theie In the heait of the
Alleghenles, They made the lallroad with
their own money, and they are developing
the propel ty themselves. They laid out
the towns, nnd thoy have caused them
to spring up. like Aladdin's palace, nlmost
In ii night. The city of Dav Is live ears ago
was a foiest. It has to-da' 3,000 people
U. S. SHNATOrt S Ti. KMCINS.
(Taken In ISM.)
and all the modern Improvements. Tho
towns ot niklns four years ago was a corn
Held. It has now a. hank, a llrM-elnss ho
tel, a magnificent public school building,
.i sssteni of hi'Wiiiige nnd water works
and It Is lighted by clocti Icily, whlih is
furnished n cheaply to tho peoph that
collages with two rooniH can ntloid It, the
hei vice costing them 75 ccntH u month. The
town has u publics bipiaie or plaza In tho
tenter, tilled with trees, and there Is an
other largtt pnik nt the back, which Sen
ators lllkliib nnd Davis liu-vo given to tho
people? for all time.
It Is hem tint tho shops of tho est
Vliglnla Uentral railroad nio located, and
the men an- so well treated that they
liave never had n Htrlko. Tho hotils. tho
woiks, tliu bank and a number of tho
buildings of tht town me heated b steam
from one central station, and Senators ni
klns and Davis expect to heat their homes
from tho sumo Miurce, though to do so
they must carry tho s,teim In pipes a dis.
tnnce of more than a mile. This town
of niklns lies in a bislu In the Allegheny
mountains. It Is ubout SOOO feet abovo
tho ten, ami It Is surrounded by toinu ot
the moat beautiful scenery on trie Amerl-
ST1JVI3 KMilNS AT 21.
can continent. Oieit "'"? and gray hills
li.'X nr, ,.,...i- ,.1,1,. lusil below It Is rtllh
mountain, vvheiu one of tha tlrt battles
of tho war was fought, und the pUco
whero McCIolIan guinea the reputation
which made him a major gent'i-! -'" sa.M
him command of thu urn..
On oiiu side of tho mountains rUa two
Bieat buildings which, with their turrets
und towers, make ou think of the cat'ea
on the Ithine, und on another hill a little
to the left U unotber big stone letldyiico
which U bcltib- built by Mr. lll.-hurd V
Kertns, tho millionaire of St. IouU. who
has belli connected with fanator I.lklnd
for stars, and who bus some interest In
this West Virginia pionsrty. The two
castles ure the liomtb of Senator niklns
and his futher-ln-Uw. ex-Senutor H. U.
DavU, who berved lii the bonuto for twelve
ear from Wist Virginia as u Demon at.
A description of the curloui, feature ot
tlther of them would make J. good letter.
1 have space for only a few words about
13 G$k ij?
i J'f'ili v '
thnl of Penulor t'.lkitis It si m.ls on the
side of tho moiintnln.ovcuook ns the town,
with tiun n ret of lvetv lawn sloping
down to the park Itaik ot It i- n ureal
forest of oiks nnd tniipl, nnd the moun
tains' beiotid rise upwards until they nl
most kiss the clnud, Ihe Riirdens con
tain more than sixty neros and they me
ns well kept ns an oil Knglish park Yon
tide by them for Ti full nuarler of a m'lo
before im come to th" outrun. r This
lonslsis of snles of wrnueht Iron ristent I
to ivnlls of Krnlilte, whlih ni" -a smoth
ered Willi ( nnd eholre llonils thnl ull
onn hirdl.v dlstliiRiiMi the storn
At the llRht Is a portrt's lodge ot blue
stone, whli ii would bo panslder.il a Rond
sl?pd houo any where else l'nsng liv
this, j oil are In Ihe Rrounils irninT The
road on whleli oii drlo Is of blue slon
Rround down to Hip sl" of lr.ni llliiifc
whleli Senator Cllilnd had brought h rr
from t'hllnilelphl.i and llnrp"rd I", rr fi
the making of the road. It Id as dry as
a bone and ns smooth as a lloor. mil u
can ride for almost n mile our It in jour
aso'tit lo the house proper Ion wind In
and out through the lores), now tMlm
through imres of Rrpen pel, past bula
of liiMirlnnt phtnts, by the great him,
which i ntalns Ml. lllklti.s lioides, tiisi
a Kiirden Ihr pnnngh lo supply a N w otK
hotel, till oii ionic lo tho Irilge on which
the house stmids,
tls Miiudfrfiil titterlor.
The frtont of the house fai es the forest,
mid It Is only Its hick Hint can be seen
from the valley. It la an Immense struct
ure of three stories, so cnretull planned
that Its beauty, rather thnn Its sin. Is Im
pressive. Its blR rooms me so furnished
that there Is nothing b-irti-llke about them,
nnd the hoiie Is mole Ilk- a comfortable
home than a million lies palace, And
still, Its sl?o Is enormous The stone porch
which runs about Its two sides Is ISO feet
lotiR, nnd so wide that J oil could run a
freight car around Ii nnd not touch the
dRo of the walls. The main feature of tho
ground lloor Is the hall, which runs
thloiiRh the center, mid Into whlih the
pallors, the library end the dining room
open. This tin 11 Is o big thai ou could
iltlvo a w iRonload of hu In through the
fiont doors mid drive out again without
grazing the woodwotk. HWteeii big chairs
and two IirRp sofas form a pnrt ot Its fur
niture, and It has n fireplace nt one side
whli h cits up wood by the cord, and In
which the logs ale put without sawing or
splitting. At the right, ns sou entir. Is
the pirlor, nnd hejond this the senator' a
lllii.tr. This llhrar lias the biggest fire
place In the I'nlted Stnte, and the room
Is, 1 veniuie, larger than nnv committee
room In the cnpltol. It Is walled with
books, and the pictures of the gient Amer
icans of the time, who are close fi lends ut
Henntor Klklns, look down from Its walls.
Opposite the parlor Is the dining room,
which Is. I Judge, ns big ns the dining room
of tho White 1 louse, nnd nt the tables of
which from thirty to forty often sit down
to dinner. , ,
Senator Klklns keeps open house, nnd
his friendships are so m ins that he has
plenty of guests. Not. long ago lie had a
laige number ot friends stopping with him.
when a crowd of sixteen more appeared
without notice .Mrs. niklns took enre of
thorn nil and ncaily every guest had his
own sleeping room The bedrooms ure ar
ranged In suites, each of which has an
ilegant bathroom, with a porcelain tub, and
some of the guest looms are enormous.
The furnltuie, however, mikes them look
smaller, nnd It gives ou some Idea of thu
sl7e of the hoiiM. when I .iy that It took
many cm loads of furniture to lit out the
rooms. The house Is heated by steam, and
It has all model n conveniences. It hns Its
own gns plant, but It will .soon be supplied
with olecti icily, and the steam will como
fiom the mill one! company's vvorIcpln tho
town. The Ice nous connected with It now
contains 20a tons of up and the senator
lias nil the luxuries of the i In hero on thu
top of the Allegheny mountains, lie tnter
, tain.) like a prince, and hit home lite is de
'llghtful. A Wont About Mrs. i:ilclus.
This mountain estate is named nftrr his
wife. It is called 'llnlllehur-t." Th. word
"huist" means wood and Jlrs. niklns was,
jou know, Miss Mallle Davis, the elniighnr
ot Senator Henry fl. Davis, when tin- -ina-tor
mauled her, now twenty veais ago
Ileniy (! Davis v.i then the Denmiatlc
tonator trom West Viiglnla. Stephen It.
niklns l now the HepublUnn senatoi fiom
that state, and tills is the llrst in-tam e of
a woman being the dnughler of one sen
ator and the wife of nnother, botli from the
same state. Senatoi niklns wns In con
gies.s at the time ot his mnrilage, nnd Miss
Divls wns one of the billes of the capital,
old Senator Thiiimun told hoi that niklns
was a man with a future, nnd urgi ,1 hi r
not to make the mistake ot letting him go.
It was, houevel, .1 .ise of love on Imth
sides, and the mnn luge has been a mo-t
happy one. .Mis niklns Is lo-day oin of
the most accomplished women of thi i jiiii
tiy, She Is thoiouglily w nipped up In ihe
.senator und her children, and she Is his
helpmeet and trlend In oveiy tense of the
word. It was she who planned this 1ioum
in connection with tin. architect, and she It
Is who manages It. She has executive abil
ity, and I am told that she Is almon as
good a politician as her husbind. The two
have tour biys, tho cldist ot whom it 11
ears old, and one glil, Miss Citlioilni',
who nt 9 Is the babs of ihe f mills, and who
Is a host In heiaelf. In addition to lh.se,
Senator Wklns' man led daughter, Mrs
111 uner. and her husband me now with
him. nnd his fatheu, who at Mi is one of the
brightest old joiitig men of llu country, is
an Important pan of the establishment.
A DISCARDED TOY.
Mow a Mlilc I'iu 1'lgured In thu Ilomame
of a hoc null l.lniitt mini.
lie had been bi ought up with a good,
old-fashioned reverence for women, a bi
lli f In soiing love ami a lonvletlou that
the pilncn and pilncets ulwuss marl und
llvu happily over nfter. It was u faltli
us plcasiint to hliiiHelf as to the women
whom It lonccrued. nnd it made him .i
favoilte, being blissea hosliles in talent,
beauty and mi uptight boul. In admiring
all of tho gentiei s.1!. lie set kept tree Ills
beau until he should lind "oiiu" who would
claim It bs ilMit ol lur supcilorlty to even
her tupeilor kind. Yet muns hid mistaken
his devotion, which was piuels ehivulrle.
tor something dttper, and had lomlejined
him u.s light ut puiposo whin ho halt lelt
them beside thu iiiadw.ts wlitih ho irav
ced In his epiest lor iho happy pilncchs.
And nt last he found her. All thu vir
tues and nccoiujillslimi-nts weio hers She
was younif una exciedlnu'ly fall, ilnlnty.
sweet, bliy und coy, dlniplnl nnd denim e,
and she loved IVuls us cadet was never
loved before Ho hud not known this
witching maiden moic tluin a mouth when
ho made oner of his heart imd hand a
heart no lets losal for being beneath an
oxece llngls snug gras oat ablate with
thoso bints butiQiis whlili are generally
taken us tho iuxigliia ot ilckle I'upld, and
a hand no less llim foi b-lug cased ut the
moment In legulutloit white gloves. It
was her tit Kt lonmme since leaving school,
und Kitty l'"o.sler mado haste to actipt It,
Tlieto was never yet a man who boio his
honors so meekly as Perrls; he boasted
ti ei t tit t 111 wold nor deed, and Kltts, being
really afraid und being cleanly In love with
him, did actually irfialu from telllni; ev.
crsoiiu III piofouiulest tecitt that she
mul tho btulwaij West I'oluUr had pligliled
their troth. Not even her mother was coin
lldtd lit, which caubfii Kitty many a sliep
less live minutes, us she tmu no Jove of
underhiind dealings for tlulr own sake.
Theie wns only u month of blissful ex
lsttnce, und thin Kitty hud to Join her
famlls ut Angel Island, putting thu whole
wide continent und n stilp of salt water
between Kcrils and herself. Hho had hir
debut to make In urniy chiles.
She was one of those women, rarest ot
nil the good things of I'rovldence, who
weep prettily, so when she laid her dainty
head on 1'trils' shoulder und wiped the
teuis from her cheeks with u llliny hand
kerchief, .the poor Klluw was well nigh dis
traught, what with the soriow of parting
and his love for this wee bit ot bobbin,;
Not did his Infatuation lessen ns the
weeks and mouths wept b, Kitty hud
warned him he must write n Ithr too
often nor too affectlouulely. as it mother
would tee the letters. Ferris followed the
llrt duty of a soldier, but consoled himself
by having made for his lad-!ovo a pin, of
tho tort known us "stick," and dettioylng
the design ttralghtwns.so that there might
never be auuther fJbhloned Just like It
again The attention and the pin Itself
pleased Kltts niUhtU; she wore it on the
du she left the l'olnt, with many promises
to be faithful und never to part fiom that
pin for one day or hour
With Kitty went ull the pleasure ot lite
to be reat
'Ml V " J.
the best for washing and cleaning everything. That's the
truth, anyway. Try it and see. Into every drop ofwater
that's to be used for cleansing anything, put some Pearline. ra
TrxilfmO t,rl lv T"l
for Irrls, mid he eschewd siilnl pad
times thnl he might de vule hlhistU to
irti-i, n,i,i hr.ie.. a i r, lit ti Mls l'osler.
Ills dlstilet and his c iingn ssmnli So, I
due time, he 'pasid." mid pns-e.l well
Hut he .host, in vertlitlis-, the Infnntrs
lirm. h of tin service, men l hieiiiidi I p
tiilu l'otpr was an Infmitr) man 'Hun be
went to his home, and from theie wrote a
long htttr to Kltts, and told her of ills
succed, suggesting that, ns he was now
an olllcpi of the arms, "lid that the piy or
a second lieutenant was ussiirnl htm, It
mlRlit he well lo announce tlioli engage,
meiit, with the consent of her fiimlls. lie
also added Hint ho would run out and fee
hei before Joining his company, ir she
Wished. . , ..
Two lPttPis reninlnrd tmalisweied I errH
aicuspd the mull sstem and sent u tniru
He walled long and anxiously fui ii rcplv
It mniD when lie was sate in Sin Antonio,
with mniiv miles between himself nnd .Mls
Ioter. Kltt 's letters hud never been or u
sort to give l'eills nnv hold upon her
Tho were non-committal to n degree, nut
the second lieutenant had ascribed that t
her fear ot hei mother's supervision and
dls.ippiov.il This one was still mot"'
guarded. No refeienee whatever was mad.
to the point he had pre-sed, fuither than
to sas that he was Impiudent A mighty
spirit ot rebellion urose in I'eiris at this
reprolch. She should pliy fnut r.nd loose
with him no lonRer. Kitty should iicknowl
edge him or give him up. Three duvs and
nlrfhts he waited, that his anger might be
calmed, that he might do no king rush:
then lie sat him down and wrote unto bis
refructoiy bids-lovu a letter mingling plll
clal fatmnllty and Irreprisslble affect'on
It iiulook of the nature or n win depirt
nient comnmiilcntlon and it Sapphic, and
was calculated to bring even an inconse
quent little being like Klltv to teim.
Verrls' nnhtv In waiting to hear his
fate pronounced took the form of i nor
vousness whleli drove him to unwonted
social nctlvlts. Ho had always done his
dutv In the matter of calls nnd the han
dled little affairs of etiquette which are po
cullar to the service and mo (is binding
as the liws of the Medes nnd l'eflans
but he had never gone In for the mild
dissipation of a garrison near to i town
He was, theiefore. reckoned ns little nil
dltlon to the "oclal life although he was
"promising ' olllclnlls Ills captain s wife
hnd taken htm under her wing upon his
nrrlvnl, as all good captains' wives should,
nnd had incorporated him Into the funllv,
where he became a prime favoilte with
a pair of model little boys In knlckerbock
cis nnd curls. The hands of these chil lien
were always clean und their voices well
modulated, their hair smooth und theli
stockings whole I'errls believed that tills
was no wav for bovs to be, and labored
to convince Mrs Iiwln that chapped and
till t-spamed lingers, lustv lungs, nhort and
tousled halt, and mined clothes are the
natural conditions ot a loy .Mrs. Iivvln
wns not to be won over, and begged thnl
ho would not put such notions Into the
sleek little heads. Folds, however, was
an earnest reformer and not to be tin ned
fiom his purpose, so he began a cnuise
of training for tho pair that mule them,
in n week, very ci editable examples of
Mis. Iiwln piotestpd mlldls" until a dav
when Terris took her two over behind
the quartermaster's and set them to light
ing out a dlllieults'. which had nilsen, with
their own good nails nnd lists, urgulng
that such settlement Is more worthy of the
sex than to eill mimes and thie.itin to
tell mamma. I'enls observed with pleas,
ure that there was good nnterlnl In the
bos, and was greatls eliltd when he led
them back, blood v. bruised and dusts, to
the maternal tool. Mis Irwin took the
affair lather too serlouslj, and It was
only bv giving up his plans of educillon
that I'errls succeeded In keeping In the
good graces of his captain's wife It Is
poor pollev to quarrel with the command
ing olllcor's or oni's ciptnin's family.
After this digram ngpiiii nt IVnls diew
into his former shell ot reseive and went
onlv at ran Intervals to Captain Ii win's
quarters. Hut when he hid wiltten the
letter that wis to bling Kltts- to teiin",
he walked with It to the postolllce, nnd,
coming back he determined to lorglve
and forget that his itforts hud been un
nppreeluled nnd to drop In upon Mis
Irwin for a cup of ten before retreat lie
found hei alone; and, nothing being -n
conductive to pi an- und good will tow .ml
men as a cup of IlUhslun tiii at 5 o'i lock
they were soon faster friends than holme.
The boys were called In nnd Ten Is noted
with gilm sitlsf.iction that there weie still
several linhtaled sciatehes on their titan
The ehllilron having been sent off to play
with their tin soldlms, Mrs Irwin iisumed
her comldomes and told Feirih, with tho
t Inn inlng Inteiest In his futuie of a true
captain's wlf,, that .she had piactltills ni
rangi'd Ills life to come She had u weet
girl coming to stay with her ut the end of
tho week Teirls must devote himself to
her and make It pleasant for her She
wus u beauty, very rich and would make
him a splendid wife Kerrls smiled his
ueriulesceni 4. but was not pirtle ill illy
enthusiastic until Mis Irwin told him tliat
the gill "Annie Klngsles Is her mime"
hud Just been visiting the llnrnches at An
gel Island, had gone from iheie to Mon
terc, and had determine d quite unexpnt
edly lo come down South Angel Island
was Kltls's post; Miss Klngsle might be
alilo to tell him much that he longed ct
fiinod to heat; and Kerrls entered Into
pl ins for her amusement whleli charmed
Mrs. i ii In.
The girl came, and Tori Is. together with
eveiy other young mini in the post, called
upon her thu night of her m rival lleaiill
ful she certainly wus, quiio unusually styl
ish, and ngreoahle, but Keirls went uvviiy
uiib.itisttcd, foi lie had had no chance to
tnquiie about what lay neatest to bis
licait. llowuvet, he had Piiguge'd hei for
tho wcckls hop tho next night, and would
satisfs himsoll then. Ho thought In- would
be wlso not to lorcc Hut matter too minli,
nnd to did not speak ot It on tho way to
the dance', and, Iiesidcs, the fell In with
otheis nil bound the same iviij, and thu
conversation became general
.Miss Klngblej eineigul from tho dress
ing room In nil the i.-luiy of her south,
beauty and n New York gown She leaned
upon Feirlb arm and w hilled oil to tho
music, the half baibnrnus, Intoxicating
"S.nitl.ieo." Shu danced as no ulrl bad
evil danced Inline, so I'eiils thought; hho
became a p.u t of the inuslo and as light as
its Hti.iliiH. Kitty had ulwass been Just a
The stopped only with tho wall. Itself,
mid Miss Klugbley leaned, hi(-nth!css,
against the ilrancrlc.s of a uiurlhOll II it.'.
She made a lovely pletuie, and I'eiils
stood looklntr at her with keen nlensi n .
III Hilt, HI J C-,V IMCll'll ,,1111 , ,lI ,UU,,l.
his lac o glow gras. Miss Klngsles w.ih
iistonlshi'd and followed his g.ie to wheio
11 gold bile k pin nestled 111 the meshes of
Uiussels .ice. She looked up ugnln, In.
milrliigly. Feirls answered tuo unspoken
question with a spoken ope
"Might 1 ask, Miss Klhbsles. whcio oil
got that pin?"
"Why, certainly A girl at Angel Island
gave It to mo; she said n cadet had had It
disigneil for her, but us tho didn't cam for
either it or him any moicand us 1 admired
the little thing, she guve It to me, Tho
girl Is Kitty Foster: pel hups you know
her or her llance, Lieutenant Appletou;
The pin Is nrtlty, Isn't itf He must havu
been too clover a cadet to meilt bitch
speedy oblivion, don't sou think?"
"Yes," said Ferris; "and J was that ca
det." Yet when, a month later, Miss Foster,
reading over the "peibonals" In the Army
and .N'avs. saw "the engagement Is an
nounced of Miss Annlo Klngsley, of New
Yoilc. to Lieutenant IMwIn L. Ferris. tit
hifuiitis', ttatloned at San Antonio, Tex,,"
shu railed at the inconstancy of man.
San rruuelsco, August, Ib'Jj,
lliu lint J'lll I over until," i Ilia frequent
remurlt of purchasers of Cat lei's Little Liver
l'ills. When ou try thcai sou will tay tbg
Have You Heard the uiu?
No: what Is It?
The Chicago t- Alton railroad Is going
to run through tlevpcrs to New York city
Ten cents a week.
n l....r. .,.... .. ..... .1. ...n.l i.n.l .u 1... lnlml
to one or two uses of Pcarlinc will
to be talked to, Whv is she
throwing away all the gain and
help that she call get Irom it
in other wavs ? If vou
have proved to yourself that
tf Pcarline washes clothes.
'S for instance, in the easiest,
miickest. safest wav. Vou oiurht
v to believe that' Pcarline in
"ON TO LOUISVILLE,"
Mi the Itiirllitglim Hiniti Sin.HO to Louis
ville und lit turn.
The onls mllltnrv company rompo'cd ex
t'hidlel of ex-rtder,il veterans doing na
tlnml guard dut In Hip I'liited States will
leave K,iniid City via the IturlliiRlon Itoute
on n jpeclul Main Septembei S, tomposed or
luggage car touches, clinlr cars. I'tiUnum
slippers, I'ullniiin tourist slcopirs and din
ing car, solid from Kansas Cits to Louis
ville, where they will attend the national
encampment of the II. A. It, reunion, thence
to Chuttanoogu, pat Help itlng In the dedi
cation of the Chick imaugii bnltlelleld ltd a
national pirk. then on to Atlanta and the
tour of Ihe South
Comp.ms A Is olllelnl pcort foi the de
pnrtment commander and stuff or the Ml
sourl Ci A It IMst Coiiiiiinnilr-lii-fhlpf
Mnjar William Warner, C.ovenior Morrill,
of Kansas, and other nut.-d celebrities will
arcompiny the veterans on the entire to m .
The world-wide f lined Third Iteglment
bnnd. ot the Nntlonil Guards of low a. will
accompany this train from Kansas City for
the entire trip.
Comp.ms A extends a cordial invitation
to ill Missouri nnd Kansas A. It vetei
nns and their friends to Join them on this
gnind excursion via the Iliiilliigtou Itout",
to purtlclpnte In the llrst reunion on South
ern soil Do not forget the Huillngton
llouti Is the only line tunning through
trains from Knnsii" City to I.ouHvllle, wlih
nut change, composed of chnlr iiirs, I'ull
man sletpois, tourist sleepers nnd dining
i.ir. Tor full Information, nddics
II C. Oltll
1() TJIi: "1)1,11 KENTUCKY hovii:."
Low ltittes to otitliern I tllmils, liulliui i
mid liciitiii k
On Septemher S, 1 and 10, the Iiurllngton
Itoute will cell tickets fiom Kansas City
to Louisville and leturii lot $1.1, good to
letiiin until October ti, not only via St.
Louis nnd direct lines, but le l'eorl.i. 111,
mid Indl innpolls, or St. Louis and Indian,
upolls, with pitvilego of stopping over In
either direction east of Peon i ui St. Louis.
1'iom September S to 15, 111. Iiurllngton
Itoute velll sell tickets tiom K ms.i.s Cltv
to Knoxvllle and return for IS 11, good to
letuin until Octobi r 10.
Tho Huillngton Itoute will not only hive
n special solid train on Sepu nibei s fiom
Kansas Oils to Louisville, but will have
through seivli'i from Kansas City to Lou
isville on Sepiembei n.
Four trains dulls. Ticket ollli es, No.-sJI
Main st. inn I'nlon ate., or tb rnioii de
pot For full Infoimatlon, II. C. Oir,
ski. j.ouitviLi.i: am) iti:iuit.x. sis.
'Ihe lllsmiuri l'atlllc.
Dates of sale, September S, 9 and 10, ie
lurn limit, Octobei (. If ou want a sine
thing on connection-. In both dlieetions
take the only line that hns foui trains
eveis ila In the seal between Kansas
ritv and St. Louis in each dhotlcm.
Tiulns leave Kansas Cltv u"7 nnd in n, til
mid 130 and Up in, all making direct
connections in the magnilkent now I'nlun
station at Si. Louis foi Louisville an 1 all
Hastern points. Upturning trains have
St Louis at "" and V a. ni , S:i0 p m , an I
ihi famous fast mail at a in., whlih will
enable vein to tpi nd almost the entile
night In St Louis, and nach Kansas City
at 10 Z t. ill
If vou don't know all ihout It, call at
fiirt Main street or Ifth I'nlon avenue foi
full Infoimatlon before pin chitting oui
M i 'until I ii ltoiitp
Ilomeseekeis' excursion tickets will bo
on sale xia the Santa 1 louto August '."J,
Septembei 10th and 21th. to points in Kilo
bits, Okluhomn, Indian Teultoiy. Texas.
Colorado. I'tnh, New .Mexico and Ailonn,
except to points west nt Mai lectin, on thu
S. I". It It and Ash Fork on the A .1 I'
It It Very low i.ites mado foi the round
till). Stopoveis nlloweil on tlui going trip
'lids Is a splendid opportunity to see
the enoimoiis ciops lilted 111 the gnat
Southwest For pin lleiilui s, tall on ru mi
llions tiiorgo W. llageiibuch. 1', .x. T A.
nnithenst coinci Tenth und Main btuets,
ot 1010 Union avenue.
louinvilli: ami iti:umx
Via the Hig I imr Iteiuto,
Tor the twenty-ninth annual encampment
of the Oiand Army of tho Republic, to bo
held at Louisville, K5., September 11 to II,
the Hig Four Itoute will sell tickets to the
old veterans and tho publl. , via Indianapo
lis to Louisville nnd loiurn, at the thoit
line rates. Solid vestlbuled tnilns St. Louis
and I'eoil.i to Loulsvllli. without chitngi.
For tlikets und full Inforiiintlon uddiess
r W C.reen, T. 1' A., Kansas Cits, Mo j
W. F Snsder, Hi W. A , St Louis, 01 tleket
at,, nts of uny road In the West.
Thnl rip of A ear Life.
Ilostnn and return via the Chicago .x.
Alton rallioad and connections. A rail and
water trip combined Tickets on sale
AUKiit It) to 21 inclusive good to it turn
1 until October 0. C'nll at tho Junction tick
el olllce. or leOS Union avenue, and gut
. partleul.il!, 01 vvilte to A. HILTON,
I Uentral Agent J'assenser Department,
Kansas Cits. Mo.
I 1'MItSONAL Supe'illiious hnlr, waits nnl
1 moles perniuilintlv removed bs electrli its'.
The oldest established place In the West
1 am called upon often to remove hnlr after
It has been remove 1 hv turtles who claim
' 'real "ie same, us 1 no some who me
phssleluns will reconiiiuiiil 1 make u
tpi'lulty of this only I'eJnstilmtiun frco
MHS AlUHl! aANPALL, Specialist.
Itoom Ui Penrdorft hldg.
to 'i hi: .vii:icciiams.
WHO bundles our drasMgc' Do you get
quick, relluhlo service? Does sour trans
fer company look nut for sour Inteiests?
If sou have good reasons for a chongi, we
would be pleased to hear from you. Fur
niture packed nnd -hipped, tieneral trans
MIDLAND THANSrnU COMPANY,
l'hone 1517, VI7 and liu Wyamlotto st,
IllCUtll t III lit COAI,
l'.HIII. oily and clean to handle; burns to
a white ash and won't slack b exposure;
a homo Industrs'. Now Is the time to buy
sour coal Tel 2191 or 1073.
U. V, 11KKNDON, Agt. for Company.
American Hank bids.
RAFKS nncne.l and repaired, boueht and
cold. Combination locks cleaned and
changed. II. IIAlUtUlAN. Export.
Telephone IJSi. 103 lt Tenth sL
IAIlll'.St CMcliCiUr't English Pcifnyroal P1J1
(IiUtjionJ BriaJ), nrp tho UOt. t', ll,llll.
TOl do oth.r. Send 4. , (, Tor irlliiilxx, "He (
u-ih" n iwtij . y Return Mall-., , UiBjiUu.
IMI I) M M 1 til I V.
1 1 n Hrl k, ni i
'In will .hip Mnn ' i i
I nl in ii Inn Ii i
i a' . 2" it
1 1 ..in mot
ii m i Ft:
W .V I'llli 3 jtuing niPh, liotit work:
llnrtri per prK fl pl Sth t loom P
WANTHD-a news iiKt ntR mm nnd wife
foi iiimli Fsiieig, 7.ii Mnin up. talis
ANTi:i 1 mpn, warps J", p r dny,
in Mnin din it upstairs.
cilTlct: work ftiriiishpil pnrlles wishing
to leittn RlpnogrHphv iKiokkpppli.R, t pe
wrllln tt ni hem HnlnliiK elasr nnd mi
plositietit lii'trnil a fppeliills. Address V.
A, Jonrnnl otllep.
VNI'l.li Whin- girl Kpni rnl house,
work Fall lo-dny. 12.11 llnbd aveinu
Mil 'lll W'WI I2U-M vi,n.
WNrKli-A Ihoiough bookltprptr and
trill . I nftli in ti with twetitv venrs' ex
p. i Inn i, ill iiis i mi luvlneiit, lii si i It y
r. Tin mo diites IKd F.itst Dlh st . ni.
fill liifm mm Inn, ea.l on John McNeills,
No II U. rah st
I MI'I OS. VII M Atll m n:.
CANADIAN' KMl'I.OVMF.NT OFFICi:.
end furnished room lOI'ci Hist 12th, cor.
Wnlnnt. TpI 1179 Tho bes plnrn In K C,
Mo , to nnd help or situations, tiiulp or fe
male, It rnts' experience, Itef. Omahi
Nnt, bank, Oinnhn: t'ltlznns' bank. K. (i
io ttnxT iim'sKi.
TO Iti;N'l'-U,-st si Ip-211 West Kith si
near miner of evntril si tho most o
li ilile house fni rent en the West dl
nine rooms nnl bath rvrs innlein r
veiilenip siiuili and i-nst expusme.
Mi:i.l,li:it ItCAI.I'Y ('o.Ml'ANM
Olbmltnr bldg , SIS Watidotte St.
Telpplinni- 1 IT"
111 CI I IttlOVIH.
TO ltnNT Two very desirable oI11pp
rooms, on hPCuiid floor of Hunker building,
ilth and Wall Alex Flndlay, ngent, loom C
1(1 til M -MIsrni.I.A.VHors.
TO HI, NT A good 1m illnn for a cash
gnu i rv tin. In Ncn Ihcasti rn Kansas,
population Tin 'n- mom now vacant Ad
dltss r,, Join mil olll
1IOM-V '1(1 I DAV.
Till! Northwestern .Mutual Life Instil
nnrr t'nmpin), of Milwaukee, will make
loins on cliolie Impioved property lit a,
51 nnd (! pi r cent lulciest. no commission
mid no i.nlil e lause. Impute at the olllce
of thu iiinipinv, No -10 Massachusetts
building. Kunsis City, Mo John W. Olsh,
Special Loan Agent.
LOANS Missouri faun loans promptly
ninelu within 1W mllrs ot Kansas Clt.
Knnsis Cits Improved lonns wanted; sliei
1700 to l.'.UJO Write or call
JAVIFS L X.OMHAItn,
1(V) ltiMst bldg , Knns.is City
TO LO N -JI,iii on gouil Impioved cltv
rem v, lowest Int. rest. Addr ss l"!,
.louin.il ollli e
MONHY Til LOAN ejuli-k, low tates
II I, JOIINhON .V; e'-O '. Y Life bldg
rou s m.i: tnri:i,i,AM:oiit.
I'eilt S l.i:-ll.ir l-omi p ilr of white
illiinioiiit i liiiiigs foi the amount of loun.
Itoom lif) 11 ill building
Foil S VLi:-l.ndl.'s' tnildle horse for
s lie Applv nt 7'P Hoadwas
CnitONOMF.rnit. watch and clock
tinker .1 I Knumilr, S U.ist ICth st . bet.
Main nnd Walnut
w iioi.i .s m i: ittt'vt 1. 1 -.
WD want n scung man In every town In
Missouri. Kansas and Nebraska to handle
our wheels tin our catalogue nnd prices
to agents KANSAS CITY 1IICYCLH CO .
1027 and 102U Hro.idway. Kansas Clt-. Mo.
( I. H5OVAM'
MILS 1 .TAMi:s, the well known clnlr
vosnnt nnd trance medium, inns' be con
sulted at 1201 eiriind live, parlors 39 and 40.
THU Ke-ntas Cits Metal Koollng .. Cor
rugating Co., 41S Dcluwure. Tel. 13W.
"TTtTHnrfTLlTuiiT i:iii-n n.
IIui ge os, by his etitaln deed of ti list, dat
es! the llrst day of August, ls'Jl, and recotd
ed In the olllee of the lei order ot deeds
for Jack-on counts, Mlstouii, at Knntns
Cits. In book "II" Pi', at page 1, ronwved
to line Flunk J Hatrd, as tiustee, the fol
lowing de-cubed ii at entile lsing and be
ing In the counts ot Jucl.son und state of
MlRsuurl, to-wlt. All of an undivided one
third liner, st beginning at teuithiust cor
ner southwest oni -fourth Ci) Eecllun tweti-ts-lline
(JJ), township litis (1U). lunge
thirty -Hutu (33), them ii noi th along cist
line tnld utio-fourth C) section tlx hun
dred iw nty (I.2U) fiet, thence nutth clglus
ilx ihgreis foil) -H n minutes (St. dcg. I",
inlii ). west six hundred nlnets'-te-ven ICT7)
fit, theme north nnd p.irallii to
east line west one-halt (M said teetlon
twents-tbiie (J1, township ilfty (TO, tang.
thli tS-thite (A!), to the Missouri river,
thrnto westerly with Iho nieandeilngs of
said rlvir to wist lino of cabt ono-half ('t)
of west one-half ("j) said bectlnn
twenls-three C3), township Ilfty (M
range thlits -three (S3), thenip south
along stld west lino to southwpst cor
ner sild e-ist one-half ("0 of woi-t one
hnlf (m said section, thi ncc east thirteen
bundled twents (I "20) le ot, more or less,
to beginning, except right of way of Chi
cago, Milwaukee K St I'anl railway. In lng
ii strip on., hiinilrc, (100) feet wide In soulh
t cornn above deseillied tract. Tim
nbovo elisi rlbed tiact lontalns one
hundreil ucies nioio or ltss, which
tild deed of trust was given to
secure the pavnimt of certain prom
issory notes tlieieln described! nnd
whereas, nil of raid noles, and Interest
thereon, is pist dm- and unpaid; nnd
whiT'-m, it was provided In said dei d ot
trust that In Ihe t n-e of nliM-nce, death or
ri fu-nl to act of t.ild tiustee. the (ihen)
netlng tlieilff of Jackson county. Missouil,
shnll become hit sueo-tn-tir. with all the
poweis of tnld trustee; nnd wheieat, the
said Frank J. Ilaird, trusieo ns aforesaid.
Is nnw dend and cannot net as tuld trus
tee, now. therefore, notice Is lieieby giv
en that I. John I'. O'.NMII present shcrllf
of J.u ktou eouiity, Missouri, villi, In ni
cnrdunce wllh the tetms and provislors
of snld deed of Irust. nt ihe leipnst of tho
hgil holder nnd owner of mid notes, pio
re.'d to tell thi piuperty ho'etnhefore de
serlbeil at public vcndii, to tho highest
bidder, for cash at tin west front door of
the I'lilt-d Statis custom house, sntitlu-.ist
coiner of Ninth ind Walnut sheets, In the
city ot Kansas Cits. Jackton county, M1--toiirl
on Mundis', the lull dav of Septi in
her, lSDfi, b-tween the hours of nlneeieloiK
In the foil noon and live o'clock in the nft
e rnnon of Hi it duv for the purpose of pu
paying said debt and Interest, nnd tho cost
of executing 'his trust.
JOHN I'. u'NF.ILL, Sheriff ind Trustee.
Kunsns City. .Mo , August 15th, ISM.
(Fltst pnlilitutluii August Sth. 1S33
THF.Sn.KS isAl.- lis rcuton of the de-
fault made in ihe puiueni of tho principal
prcjiuicbuts nolo dest ilhed In .1 deed uf
trust dated .May Sdh, UOJ, und llled tor
record In the olllce of the recorder of
deeds of Jackson counts-, .Missouri, ut
KunsiiH Cits, on the tJth das of May,
lhJj. und i corded in book II Wo, at page
217, and i.i.itted bs .Shannon C Douglass
and llullle 11. Douglass, his wire, tho un
dcblgne'd will, at the rmui-t of Ihe legal
owntr of said note, and In pursuance)
of tho powers vesttd Jr, me in tutd
deed of tiust, at thu south front door
of thu ntatu circuit court house ot Jackson
counts Missouri, in Ksntas i', on Tue-s-duy.
the Jrd day ot Stptember, liM, be
twten the hours of 3 o'clock in the fore
noon and 2 o'clock In tho uf tit noon ot bald
dii. sell at public auction to the highest
bidder, for tash, nil of lot number U. In
block 5. In Wist Kunsns addition unla
beled two, un addition to the City of Kan
ins (now Kansas l.'ll), as the same Is
nmiked and designated on tho recorded
plat in Juckson county. Mlsrourl. for the
purpose of paying said Indehtcdntsi su
tured by bald deed of trust, and the cost
and expenses of executing this trust.
HDWAltD A. HltOWN. Trustee.
NOTICD TO CONTKACTOUS-The n
dirblgntd will, on Septembtr oth, U93, ut
the east fiont of thu county tourt house,
at Mlasouit uvtiiuu and Oak sheet, let
by public outtrv to the lowest responsi
ble bidder, the building ot stone piers at
11 rush i reek and i'ro.pct't avenue, sub
ject to the approval of the lounty court.
Speclllcatloiib may be teen at the olllce
of the county survesor in the couit hou.e.
A cash dtposlt of J(-J or a lertlilcd check
for such amount to be deposited by each
bidder to be forfeited to thi tounty on
failure to make sutlsfactors bond.
F. J. O'FI.AUDRTY.
Co. Surveyor and Bridge CoiuuiUbloner.
August 15, ISM.
wflLiU'J Alolphiid K Heirge nnl Mi
Oeori," I ! wife, gnuii rs, l ill ir -'i i f
trust hilel thu ft rt ti dav .. tti tl i r
thoii'nii 1 "lulit hiindrpd ntul tiliiils I",
rerordrti In ihe ollli p of 'he r. t M r '
eleeils f ,tn, k'un tolints. Mi" mrl. it K
fan fits n ihe ilnte of ihe 1 1 nl M 1 1 f
Octobi r fixhiien huiidred and iilii"t u
l. lu. c ,, ,-a ... .. 'n . .....i r .11 ... . .
ii tnj n i, in, lib , IK" ivi. , tun, , , '" '
ronePil lo the lilidem Igned. Atulr. w 1
Onllnither Ihp fotlewitiK dfH-rlbPil len I n
Jnckdnti .oiinty, Mlddourl All of lots num
ber twelits-ilgfit (!M, twenty -111111 l) Hdr
Iv (30). nnd the hutth len (I") re t .if l.d
number twinly-divrh i27i, In lleorgp ad
dition to thp Cltv of Kntins (now K Uisiid
Cll), Missouri, ns Ihe dnme ure inirkid
nnd deslgiinlpd on Hip recorded pint of snld
addition. In trust to smite pas mint of n
ptnmlsdorv note for right hundred and
Ilfty dollars, In stli h dred iIcspMI -d, Willi
Mx Interest roiipons theieto annexed for
twent-nlnp dollnt-s nnd dpveillv Hvp ient
ench; mul wherend, difiiult wns iniide In
thi pnxnipnl of the lnler"dl wtnii due rop-re-dPnl'-d
bs the Coupons Nodi I, " nnd 0,
thi-rpto iittuelii'il, pn ible nn Ihe nrih days
of October. ISM, April, Ill, nnd Oi loner.
lvDI. nnd In piiymiiit when due of said
prim Ipnl note, and Ihe mine now remain
duo ntul unpaid, with interest from their
tiuiiurlts . wherefore, notlie Is hereby given
Hint nt the request uf Ihe owner mid hold
ir of snld coupons, and the note to which
they me ntliuhed. those miturlng before
October fi, ls.3, having liren tnld, 1 will, ns
such trustee', proceed lo doll the property
hereinbefore nnd in din h deed of trhdt de
fptlbed, ntul mis nnd everv part Iheieof, nl
public vendue, to the hfubest bidder, nt
. .. . . Vmm. .InM nr .a IT 4
Willi IIUIU ItVWl Ml 11, .', J
tnld interest couponM, un iiii,-i--l iii,;
from mntuilty, ns tliprolu provided
ANDUHW II. (lALLAOlIHH. Trust
uido bs the district court of lllley county.
Ti... imip of Knnsns. will, on Motiilav.
ihe "nil day of ScptPinbpr. ISO'S, nt tho
innth door of Ihe court hoiuo of Jackson
eoi ntv llato fit -Missouil. In Hip city of
KiinVis City, Mo. nt the. hour of two (2)
o'clock p m. offer fur sale nnd bpII to Iho
hiio (31) souin, range ivtoiuy-uiiio il.ii, con
taining twenty (20) acres, more or b-ts nc
rniding to government siirvi-v thereor
filveii this 27th dav of Jlilv. 1st-,, at mv
olllce In the cltv of Manhattan, Riley
county, state of Kiinsn"
cou" 5' PA.xr KiMni.n,
rtecctvpr of tho Hstntc ot Wm. I'. Illcln
linlhnmj (First publication August nth. ISl'l )
TKUSTi;i:'S SA1.I- U rentiui of default
made In the pasment of the principal
nromlssors note described In a deed of
trust dated April Ith, 1S-.. and llled for
record In the olllce of the recorder of
deeds of Jackson counts, Missouri, nt
Kansas Cits. n the Oth dny ot Apill.
13, und rnordpd In book II r,77. at page
Ol and executed by Frank H. Case and
Minnie 11. Case, his wife, tho un
dersigned, will nt the request of the
legal owner of ald note, and In pui
sunnce nt the powers vested In me In
said deed of trust, at the south conn
house door, In Kunsis Cits, laek'on conn
tv Missouri, on Tuesdny, the 3rd dny of
hi'ptember. ISI'i, between the hours of
o cluck In the forenoon and S o'clock In the
afternoon of tnld d is tell at public iiue
tlon to the highest bidder, for cash, nil of
an undivided om-hnlf interest In lots 17,
IS in 20 21 and 21 nnd the west fourteen
ft'et 'of lots 1. 2 3, I, 5, ii. I nnd S, and
of the vacated ollivs Is lng between said
lots, being the mirth and south alley ls
ing west of lots 1, 2, 3, I 5. ii, 7 nnd S
and the enst and wist nlles Is lng north
of lots 17, IS 'ind 11, and touth of lots 21.
21 and 22, nil In Giav's ttibdlvlstun of lo:
77, of Hurtle's subdivision of the elulnotte
bluff, n n addition to tho City of Kansas
(now Kanas Cltv), Jackson county. Mis
souri, us the Mid lots nre designated on
the recorded plat thereof, for tho purpose
of pas lng the Indebtedness secured by
said deed of tiust, and the cost and ex
penses of executing this trust.
DANIFL W HltOWN. Trustee
to K.insis t-uy, nc, liiniiiK u hi recorded
plat thereof, to sn-tire 'In obligations in
tuld died of trust describee!, and, whereas,
default has been made in the payment of
the note In said de-d ot trust described,
. .. . .11.. ,.-. llm inniltllMMc ,,l L.I.I .I...I
.1,-1 ill illllH " " . .. ' ... i,,,i mil,
of trust, now. therefore, public notice Is
herein given Hint 1, the uiideisign d trus
tee, will, by virtue of thi power mid nn-
.lw.pl. tn nil. lilt ell 111' nlil ,1, ,,.! nt ,,,t
Nlil'ICi: Is hcrehs glv in tint n special
tn.iilng of the sh.iii'hcildeis of the I'm
dtiiti.it liultiliug and l.oun As-oi Intion
will be held at the nlllce of tall absolu
tion, roam ,'"'.. In the Anuiiiin Hank
building, KuiltiiR City, Missouil. on Satin -da,
the seventh dav of September, IS'Ji,
at ten o'clock u in, for the following
puiposcs (polls i lose at three p. m.)' To
proidi foi the tiiinsiu linn of fiiluiu busi
ness tinder tin provliduns of nn act n
lailug to "Mutual saving fund, loan nod
liulldlng nssocl itious," approved April 20th,
IMi'i, und to iiiuni.t' tlui pietent aitiiles of
nssoclatlon. constitution and bylaws, and
to ndopt such new cnnstltiitlou and b-Invv-
us mas be needful for tutuie govern
ment In confoimity with said net Any
other business th it mas como befoio tho
meeting nt th it time mas bo nctnl upon
at siuh spec III meeting
lis older of the board of directors
FItANK 1IICKOK, Secretars-.
NOTICH TO CONTHACTOHS-Tho un-deislgne-el
will on September loth, Wi nt
the i ust front door of tho court house,
Missouil uve und Oak st , let by public
euitcrs ") the lowest n sponsible bidder
the following woik One iron hildgi'. or
wlie suspension biidge, on stun, abut
ments, over (luoseneck creek, nt ShPlllcId;
plans for wire bridge to bo suhnibtnl with
i.uli bid, ulo the raising of bridge and
nliutipi-nu on Holmes bt, also the build
ing of stone abutments on the Knoeho
road Plans and specifications may be
seen at the olll o of thu comity tuivcyor.
In the i qui l house. A cash deposit or a
lertllleel i he. k for J.'iVl, to be deposited
before bidding on each contract, whli Ii
will be foi felted to county on failure to
make .aiLfaclu.y bon, 0rtAHl:,n.Y
County Surveyor and Hrldgo Commissioner
Piled Aug 20. 1S''
ASSKiNHH'S NOTICD FOlt IIDAHINC)
clulins Notice Is beieby given to ull the
cieditois of W T. Armstead that I will, on
the Kith das of September, 1W3, fiom 3 to
3 o'clock, at m oitlce, No. 2107 1.-. vth st.,
Kansas Cits Juikson to,, Mo., pioceod
publicly to adjust und allow dtniuiuls
nguliist tho estate and effects usslgneil by
W. T. Aimstead lor the benefit of credltois,
und will continue said healing during (he
two following days. Claims not to pie
bcnted will bo debarred fiom bent lit ot
laid assignment. D. W. NUWCOMDIC.
Assignee W. T. Aimstead.
Dated Aug. 13th. UDj.
NOTICD TO STOCKIIOLDKHS-Tho an
nu.il meeting , of tho stockholders of the
North Side Land npd Mortgagq Company,
for the election ot directors for the film
ing sear, und for such other business us
shall come before It, will be' held In thu
ollke of the company, rooms I und S, Heat
building, n. w. corner of Ninth un 1 W
undotte stieets, In Kansas City, Mo., on
Monday, the 2d day of September, li3J, ut
the hour of 9 o'clock a. m.
V. W. HAGLEY. I'rcsldent.
K. W. PERKINS, Secretary.
wini nuiu itvw. wi in y 'f J
PUS'PIll llOUSP, s, f ruinei ui .iii.h
and Walnut streels, Knusiis City. Mo. in
the county of ,lackon afor-dild. for cnh.
on Saturdiiv Hit- llth dn ot Sep
timber, ilghleeii hundred and ninety live,
b. iwein Ihe hoiir of nine In the forenoon
nun Hie In Hie uflernoon, to pay Ihe cots
nnd expenses of executing thld trust, in
cluding compensation lo the trustee fur his
nrvlei-s. to pn tuld principal note and
I FOAL NOTICH In Hip district court
of Itlley county, state of Knnsis, ss. In
the mutter of the mslgnment of Wm 1'.
Ulc'lntiolham. Notice of tnle of renl ca
lite N.'tlV.' 'is lieri-b glv.'" Jlml Hip uti
I. rslirned. the rinls appointed and qunll
led receiver ot the estate of Win V Dig
libolhaui. as eueeedor to O lluutrtss.
nte (lecrniieil n-slgtipp of said estate un
,:. .,.,.! ,t direction of nn order dn v
lilclipst b ilrter, icir cusii in ininii, ine ioi
lowlnr described renl estate to-wlt: Lilts
number Viventecn (17). Plghteen (18). nine
"pen (IS), twenty (Ml. twtntv one (21) nnd
twetitv -two (2J). n block number eight (X).
in Oulnotle's addition (sometimes caller!
?ulnotte9f i Hlv.r addition) to the elty of
Kansns City. In .Inclsson county, statu of
tii..nri the same being the real estate
bidonglng to the estate of W in p. Hig.
inbothum nnd now under thp control and
order of the snld district court. .Notice Is
further given that I will nt the tame time
snil tilncp and under the ,ime iiuthorlt
nut condition-, sell at public; miction to
the highest bidder, for cash In hand, the
following described tract of land situate
In lVirlon counts. In tho state of Missouri,
to-wlt The south half () of th.' north
p.ist fourth (li) "f Hie northwest fourth
(i,l of tccllon tight (S). In township thirty-
mix u.piMi'C: t;T.l- VV'l,.,rto A s, r
1 i.e. J t. .. , ........ ...... ..,-,,,. ,,, i.ii-
ron and Hlsle M Ilirrnn. his wife, by
deed of tiust d.itid October Fi. 1SD0, (11. d
for iccoid November Fi.lS'in, nnd recorded
In the ollli e of the lei order of deeds of
Jackson eounl, Missouri at Knnsis Clt,
In book 11 No 117, nt pige JS7 conveced to
F V. K unlet, trust. c, the following de
scribed nnl estate, situate In the miintv
of Jnrksoii, state of Missouri, to-wlt. All
of lots number eight (vl eleven (II) nnd
twelve (12). Ill block number foui (I), in
Cednr Springs nddltlun number two ()
and under the teiins and i ondltlons thi-re-of,
ut Hie nquest of the legal owner nil
holder of said note, picm-ed lo sell the u.il
estate nbovo deteilbed, at public vendue, in
the high-st bidder, for cash, nt the north
dooi ut the Flitted States custom house,
on Hast Ninth slice t. K ins.is ('.ty. Mis
souil. In the counts, of ..nekton afuti sal I,
on vVcdncHit.is. the llth day of Suite mher,
is'i3. between the bonis ul nine o'i lui I, In
ill!' IUI III'"" . " . ., .11 ,1,,, lllll'l-
noon of that das, fur tile puipou of p ic
ing tile debt bs said died of trust si'i'inul
nnd the tosts und pensi s of cxi cmiug
this tiust. I V. iiANDnit, l'nistet.
1'iatt, Ferry Ar Hastrmaii, Attaint) .
UNION DEPOT TIME GflRD
OMAHA, hi. Lttt'lt,
lllM:it, hT. I'AUti
Chnlr CnrB Froo.
Th Viet o1 cr. t Ml
hx stiil loil Lnlon Ave
llr, m II t ultlt A a. 1 A, Kinal
I ttii ui t All trilnd duly utile s
milk, i rx p! Saudi, " ' S in . ,
onls 't . .pl SuturdiiS. ')" tx u
Motuliv, "I" Hiturdiiy only First iaiulrt
le , -.. ond i oluimi, art Iv p
IIA.NNIHAhA. r J UK It. It -Uurllligton
t 1 i 1 1 1 r
. C. fc Jlrookfp,l
, ,... .... .i i, .
,.. X. ' Jllll Ale, 'jnut
,,,.., m ft . I ....
,llllliur rxpiesff 4MlIU n -" I'l-i
Chi iro fn. ninll. "DM". r 16 pm I an
St. Lould expre's S Pi pm lonii
It .v M It It IN NDItltASKA-liurl.iia.
Denver .x- IC C express,
Lincoln, Miliums ,o Pun-
et Sound llMntn 7 ',' pm
K. C. ST JOU jt COFNCII. IILFFF--
ie v I i.iiej.v i;
lei.li .1 tn
rcllle-Clin lining trfr eve e. ti ipipir
.. , -, . ,. ., ,i j i i.iii.itii' ci: i ,c ,. .v..
'I rains Ua.st of .Missouri Itlver
Chlcngo mall xS.Vnim x7 'O pm
Chlcngo limited 5.15 pm 9.3.'nim
lii,iin. ei .. .. i ...I in, ..
,.,i,ii ...-HI c,i .uireiuil lliu I
1, tel..l,l... . ,t ... -... h. r. o-
Mnn aim expiets , m) urn u i) pm
St Louis dn) express. ...1n on mil il on pm
Niw Vmit fast mall 1 no put 7 W ntn
St. Louis night pxpiess... II i'i pin pi'lnin
Li xltigton A St I, ex. .. 7 i) pm lrt.u mu
l.e-etni'liiti .t st.i,ii ,,.lu. C.L. ntn 7.1(1 mil
Scneiii A- lieutricp ix . . 7.30pm 120pm
WAItASH ItAILItOAD I'OMPANV.
St Louis .X riilcngo ex Senium 7 lu pm
St. L ,V N V 1,1m ex xlOOdnm xSlMpni
St. L D. .I ,xr SI P. ex . S.J5 pm 7'Ortum
K C A. Chicago ex ... . (,:.0 pm U:20 am
CIIICAHO A ALTON
Chicago .X St Louis ex . . !):00ntn CM pm
Chlcigo limited fi 00 pm HOOiiiii
St I, A Chliago p . . . x.Fi pm 7 1.1 mil
KANSAS CITY, FOHT SCOIT ,v- MII.M-
Florida Fisl Mull 10 10am S.Mpm
SON TOPUKA A PANT.
I'. a .. llun,l vl....
Chleago limited " 7 ft) pm SlOnni
Columbian limited ' ffl pm 1 21 pm
inii.icei rast das light ex 7:11111 1 in pm
Fort Madliioii lo al . . S 10 am x5 23 pm
IV't.w, nf Mleuniiri rleor
v est 01 .Missouri river
Okl ihoma iX Texas local . s li mn 4 20 pm
S Kns du ex .. ..'Jlinm 3 20 jini
Col. I'tnh iX Texus II111 . 9 10 mn ti.Ti pm
Cillfornl.i lltn 130pm 4 V, pm
M. xlcu A Cul ex . . . 2 01 pm 7 Warn
Uuipeirlii loi.il (S IC). xt 20 pm xll 20 nm
Topi ku expiess . . . I M pm ! Ilium
Punhindlt ex (S K). V lo pm 7'Oiim
Kan. Ok ,x Tex n'ht ex 11.20 pm t, 30 am
i.rillltl .Vie, Of put. ',"lnl ttrn-t
ciucvoo, milwai'KL'u a sr pi l.
Chli ago passenger .. xl ,10 ,1111 7 10 pm
ClullKotht ivpit . .. xl no pin lu 30.1m
Uxeel-lor Sp'g special... t9.13 nm sS 13 Jim
ICuu-as lt iV I111I1 ppiiileiieii I'.Iim trie Itall
wiej. A. 111 Leavp Kansas City 3 10 3 30, Un,
G 13 AH tialns f 1 0111 t, 13 11 m to "1 I . p m
run eviis 13 minutes. P m 3 13 3 r i. b
fi 20, li '.11, (i I", a 33, 7 111, 7.20. 7 .,0, 7 ll, X (Hi
t. J'i, ti l", D 10. 0 S3, 10 10, 10 30, Ml 011. First
ti.iln un Sundux lenves at 7..0
Thursdass and Saturdays
W, siinrl aiul W11I1I11 Hiillw.i)
Leave Wcstpoit Dallv. "0 11 m S 3
m., 10 ,'10 a in , 1 all p m , J L1J p in j on p
m, 7011 p m. S.iturdus mil Sin ln li vo
a. in , 7'1" n m , s ix) 11 in , S , 1 111 0 1)
a, m , lo 13 a. in , II u 11 m II I 11 in
1 p 111 , 1 13 p ill , 2 10 p. 111 , 3 1 . in 4 0i
p 111 , I 13 p in,, "1 .10 i tn., 0 l.i p in 7 0)
p. id . 8 00 11 m . 'I "0 p 111
Leave Illiie Itlvi r park D.illv 7 1" 1 111,
0 Fi a. m . 11 Fi .1 111 , .' I" P m 'I 1 p in
r, 13 p m., 7 1 1 P in Sutui las in I S n
das". 7 Fi 11 in s mi .1 m, S I", a 111 !i"i
a in, 10 13 n 111 , 11 no a m, 11 l 11 11,
12 10 p in , 1 I"' m , 2 Si) p m . c ' p 111.
4 (Ki p 111 4 13 p m , 3 in p 111 , 1 1 p m ,
7.00 p m , 7 13 p m , h I'i p in 'I 1 , 1 111
KANSAS CITY .X INDUPUNDI Nd All.
Depots S nind nnd W5 m lotto and Sci
ond and W iilnul
-jy r u
The Depot Carriage and Baggage
Mr.Vl..MII AM) llllOADWAT,
ran a carriage or wcvjcf waooh
Prompt aiul Itrllntiln ,,,,,
Ml F.XIIl V II AIM! IN lOKMfillT WOltlt
Ot .VllthUllll .11 .im i.u.i,ii ,,.iiiii;ie III D.CHI
deed, and hi Inuluhts to 11 t, hecam- hh
cuccetsor In the ttunt liy etxtd d e'u creat
ed, lib in und hy h ild deed provided, now,
Iherifoie. at 1 tie reaiiiat ij the legal hold
er of e.iid noli, I Hie tald shcrllf and tuc-
1.. .tn. I will nllrsil.int In uil.l -!,.,!
,111,1 ill Ihe eci utlou of snld trust, pro
ceed and tell, liitiveen the hours of i
o'i lock it in und 5 n'clc. k p. m., on Sit
urdus. Hit llth das of Sipteiubei, 1603, u
the. sciiiih fiont door of the Jnekton county
tuiiit hoiifc.iu tuld cits and iuiints,ut piihlia
h. .. - L. - li..vir lililrlai, r.as -feslm il.
follow In r di;Tibel leal propeity, Bltuaiu
1.. U .L-llllllV flf l.ll-bwriH ,1
cinin of .Missouri. to-wlt. All lot
numbered nineteen .113) In block
lor tarn JaJJN, n.Nmuh
Sheriff of Jncltson County, illssourl, ai
Muecessor i". tiu. .
Slavens -. Spottsvvood, Att'ss,, COeJ N. V,
dc'couu cu) ui stvivii uri, , in ir.t wist
front door of the I'nlted States urnum
house, on tha .outhcast corner of Ninth
and walnut streets, lu Kum,as Cits. JIis.
Lmirl 1 veil) ns trustee. In 11 i!..,! .,? ......
of Auiiud. JSSa, 111 book 11 3Si), paeo , In
tho recorder's oflice of Jackson county,
ICC Iuuu9 s,,,), -iisauuri, sen all
of lot two, block one, H. H. Hales'
llrst addition to the City of Kansa (now
Kansas City). Illssourl. at public, vendue.to
tha 1,1, .he. I lilililf.r Inp ..nsH Irt .nilul.. .....
ie v I i.iiej.v i;
Oniuliii A Si 1' fust mull 10 10 am S.Mpm
lowu evpredg r 03 pm lo lOnm
Omaha express i-1'ipm 1 W am
St. Jop . Iowa mull 7 Mum " pm
Denver express ll.Wnm 7 ." pm
1,-av , Ateh. St Joe ... .1 30 pm 1 tj pti
iii .-... ,. . ...... ... ........ ...
in in, iniiKii i.p.iifinuiiriii ,'. 'lie in,.
i,,,,,i ...-HI c,i .uireiuil lliu I
Hutch . Wlehlta, Ft W ...In Warn f,2 pm
Den.. Col Sp. ,x Pinblo... lu.joum v 2", pm
Den . Col Sp. iX- Pueblo, ..78 10 pm 2U mn
Wli'blla. 1 T .V. Ft. W.... S.IOpm S2i)itm
Tupe ku, Huti hlnson ?s 10 pm S.luiH
t eiiieye in' ev i oiurii'io ....je i , icm n - ' I'm
Colfes vlllp .X Wichita... 20 pm 7 .Onin
Jop, Ft. Scott ,X Wlell .... I a'liiiil 11 Cipm
.lopllii ,x Ti us exprPs" . 10 50 am 1 in pm
Joplln .X. Texas exprpss.. . 7 CO pin 7 12 am
eimnn.i. i.iu .x- m i ny px n'tn pm iiounm
i)ni ihi AC It elav ex 7 .".onm i.lpni
K " - A. in i oin px. . . K.uo pm 1 lpm
K C & St Joe iv . in .Til am Ii 'n im
K (', A .X St .1 ex . . f. VI pm '1 ".01101
l.- A XTe e a cl'i-v v'ii'n rct'i-cpi-lix.' l? II
I III I I l-UIl Ull' eilllCUIl All, 'rr inn l,.e.-J ,,l.
Hi'cpwiiiir iii i am t .1 pm lOFunn
Clii'inki e iici oin S J'i pin 10.41nm
Siibiirli.iu passenger . . x ii W pm TKimii
Joplln ,X New Hi leans 'J ."0 inn 7 13 am
MIS.MH'UI. KANSAS .x TUNAS It V
Texas Mail in I" nm ," .13 pm
Texas ixpiess i or, pin 7 2a am
FNION PACIFIC RAILWAY
Pacific Coast limited. . 'i 30 mn 5 00 pm
Denver .t CaT ex. . . 7 TO pm S.V)ani
ATCHISON TOPUKA A SANTA I'D IVY.
K.,1 .,' tl.. ....... I ,!....
f. nun! Ccutril lit put, "mil mul AV.cniieliittr.
CHICAOO OltFAT VVUSTUItN RAILWAY
Chl St Paul A. Minn . . lu mi am B 00 p 111
St. J . Dps M ,x Chl . . li iilpra 7 Isnm
St J Di s M ,x Chl . 11 30 pin
KANSAS CITY, OSCUOLA ,x- SOI TIIUltN
Clliitnn A osi coin ix . 3 00 pm lUJunm
kvnsas cm, prrrsiifiio a oi lf.
Pltt'b'g, Jop ,v Niosho. 11 ft) am 3 ", pm
'Accuiiimnilalion 0 30 pm ru0nm
lAccommodutlon 7:10am b.lOpm
IDalls except Sundns".
THFSTLl. S 1.U- Wheria", default hin
lieeii illicit, in the pisiiient o( the principal
proinlt-ois note di rllied ill a cettuln deed
uf tiust, in idei bv Aithur Johnson and
Mm) A. Johiiton, IiIh wife, dated thu ml
dus of Jnntiars. UM. nnd recorded on tho
:'.lrd du of Janums, 1SV0 in hook II numher
,7.1 .. 1. 1.1 it, ill.-, .llllr.. rt f ,h.i ..i.ii.ila.
of cIchIh In and for Jackson conn , Mil.,
hoiirl. at Kuim.ia fill . und ivhcieis, , thu
nuclei sinned uheilii uf nald county have,
lis na&ou ut tlu' ubaeme from .he statu
nunuiereu uiw yi. ' viiiipiuos nrst
addition 10 the Cits of Kan-aa (nun called
Kansas Cits). .us platted and tecorded III
tho olllce of. tho recorder of deeds lu and
i.i 1,lcriTi ffiiitil
THUSTUn'S SAI.U Notlca Is h.-ri.hv.
u that between the hours of 0 o'cloi k
1,. llll.l Tt O'clock. Fl. m.. nf Mnmlqi. U..
,U. - ' tn- . - "
conditions of suld deed of trust, the prin
cipal notes due) August 6. U90, and there,
after belotr past due, unpaid and defaulted.
T, H. I'lvEST, TRUSTEB.