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TTIP, KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, SKPTEMUKU 10, Iflflj.
A CALIFORNIA INDUSTRY,
now rm: MM'iots ouxri: is maim
Tho While Miisrutil and tlm White- Malaisa
Is ihn tiripo I ril. mill thn StirteM
of tlio Making Depends t'pun
tlm AlmiMphere In Which
'I hey Aro Dried.
How many renders have a definite Idc-t
01 t ti - wy in uhhh raisins nre pro
in iip Most people know that they are
tin 1- rr.un grapes, but an to what kind
t f (,i ip.s op ns .to how thev sire treated
ii I i'n ierou In a hundred could tell
Wh. th..-) are dried and 8ve-iteneil
wuh sugar, of coiirtip," ns some know
ii'K Ui-in. "Cant wo see the white
.i,niH nf sugar on (tome of them as
ih v ore taken from tho box in which
tlu v ,iro mi keel?"
1 . s, Jou Fee tho sugar, hut It cam"
nut if tho raisins, Instead of being iilit
In') tlu in Ami what would jou say
us ti the color of the fresh, ripe fruit?"
' Oh, rod or purple, certainly! for aren't
th raisins a beautiful color?"
Mistaken again, for they arc made
fr im the white Muscats, or Muscatel,
and the white Malays, In drying the
c d 'rlo"s Juice and tho skin assume tho
brilliant purple thev afterwards retain,
without tho help of any other (.lenient
11 in tho pure air and warm sunlight
The Juice of the grape, snjs a. writer
tn tho Chicago ltccord, Ilka that of tho
inigarcaiic- or of beet roots, when thi-1-e-ncd
and hardened by evaporation, be
et, mm sugar, but bUgar that la like glu
crie latlnr than enne sugar. 'What H
seen iiraoni; raisins results from an De
cisional Kinpo liclng bruIstMl or pulled
from its stem while Orj Ins and leaking
Its liquid contents ovir Its nclrhuoti.
Hut, to begin at the beginning-, let us
talk about iitlsln-nutklmr as It is car
iltd on In tho seml-troplc I'omona al
io In California. First let mo si, how
ever, that until about twelve jcais ago
nil the raisins consumed In tho United
States wore Imported from Europe, and
they amounted In 1S70 to 11,000 tons,
In 1SS2 to 33,000 tons, 3,000,000 boxes, cost
ing our people Jti.000,000. Of this sum,
40 cents a box, $1,100,000 In all, was duty
lniOKcd by tho customs laws.
It was supiosed that raisins coull
not be produced In the United Stntes,
becano tts climate was not warm
enough for a toason of sulll'lent length
for the purpose. Hut when In ISO Cali
fornia was Invaded by American cold
hunters they not only found tho largest
and finest ginpes grow In? they over
saw, but discoveied that tli2 surplds
quantities loft on the vines nftcr ripen
ing became lalslns. Those raisins wcio
not, however, of the best quality, fnr
the vines on which they grow were such
as the Franciscan fathers brought with
them from Spain 100 jears before. But
after tho sold fields had been pretty well
exhausted of their tiensur"j, Yankee
enterprise, aided by the foreigners from
the ral-iln-maklniT countries of Hurope,
imported many varieties over 100, In
fact of the best kind of vines that could
bo found, and among them the white
lalsln grapes before mentioned.
The white grapes have flourished well,
especially In Southern California, vvherj
the long, waun and dry seasons mi1
more favorable for malting" raisins than
further north Tho entite absence of
lain for sii continuous months in the
j ear from May until November and al
most complete freedom from fogs ei
dews In many localities during- the rip
ening and drying- season render this tho
most favorable cllmato In tho woild f jr
Now, the result Is that California Is
In a. fair way to .supply the whole Amer
ican continent with all the raisins Its
people can consume, of the very best
grades, and nt lower prices than have
heietofoie piovalled. Tho grapevine
here Is not staked and tied up In older
to keen the fiuit from tho ground, as
Is done In tho Middle and Eastern states.
It begins healing tho second year after
planting the cuttings-, and for several
enis is allowed to trail on tho ground,
after being cut back each season: the
fiuit to hang vcrj low, and moat of It
rven lies upon tho ground. It Is believed
to ilpen better on diy, sandy soil than
ivtnn suspended In the atmoffpheio,
wliuti is alvvnyb cool at night As th-
luo's gr iv older tho main stall: of each
is ti dined to a tree shape, twelve to
thirty inches high, and In tome old vlne--vnros
these stumps have : cached n dl
mneter of trim six to ten Inches. Tho
saimps .'re tilmmed closely eveiy win
tor -r eaily In the spilng, and fiom their
tups new sprouts spring foith which
hoar the next ciop of fiult The j leld
if ginpts Is enormous, innglng lrom
thiee tn t Hi teen tons an neio.
I r qui 's thiee pounds and a half
of i'i' g. ipes to pioduco one pound
r.f nisu.s and tho expense of d'ying,
1 xing find packing Incieaso tho cost o
f oi 7 i on" a pound, They aie hold to
tlu whoVs.ile denlei3 at S to 1ft cuits a
1 a ml
Tie i rlg'nal process of drjlng grnpei
Into miMns, vvhlch Is still practiced to
pi me rxiiut, Is ti clip off the buncheb
onl l-t i'u m diop and remain on fit
dry anS or foil between the lows of
vr.s until tho Juice haidena and thick
ens t i a waxy consistency and tho whit
ish skin ioIuis to the beautltul ilch pur
1 le of the nlfln
Anothei method Is the most popular,
fr.r it may bo crn In opeiatlon nt al
musr eiiy eoimtry vlllago and house
In Siiiuhein California. The bunches,
weighing lrom two to five pounds, so
luge that they nave to lie cue in pioees
l hj nie spiead out s thlnlj as ponsl
1 u- no biuioli on toi of another on
tias made of 1 itha or ".sliakts," as the
rtilifuriitans. tall tho redwood clnii
buards and placed upon the ground be
tween ihe lows of vines. In two or
three, weeks the bunches aie oaiefully
tinned over and allowed to continue
dr.viug tor another two or thrco weeku,
until they aio thoioiighly colored and
the Juke has all cvapoi.ited. Thus thou
ciilidM upon thousands of families are
now making their own raisins it a cost
of about 4 cents a pound. At this rato
plum puddings for Thanksgiving and
Chilstniits tuo cluap heie; and, as wo
raisio our own almonds, English walnuts
niul lllbeits. our ihllditn have "iitlslns
and mitt" as otten as Is good for them.
The ginpe fields icscmble a gieat car
pet store, wheio every ImaKln.ible pat
tern of goods Is lolled out 111 the hope
of pleasing sumo fastidious customer.
Tho freshly laid down pi-sent a light
Meen shudo of color. Those that huvo
been down a few weeks have a mottled
nppeaiance, while thoso that aio about
diy enough to como up have a deeiwr
ntul more tinlfown color.
For tho leason thnt tho dry soil re
talus us WMtmtli duilng tho night.
Krapes dry quicker as above described
than if elevated on boards, and they
also tnoie completely ictalu their flavor.
In two weeks tho smaller bunches are
jeiidy to be gathered up, and then the
tarter liumlus aie tinned over so as
to bo diled on the under side. This
lequlies two weeks longer, when they
nre taken up ulso. Then follow thu
"gleaneis" women and children who
gather up all the loose berries that have
jjlleu olf, which aro bold au "diled
"How about tho dlit?'
That amounts to nothing. Cullfornla
dlit Is clean, bctausu It does not rain
and It soon drops off. When tho later
nop Is on the ftound, and the liist
ehtwers aie expected, lalsln diycrs brlnsj
upon the field great rolls of oiled man
illu paper, and at night, or when lain
is threatened, this paper Is spread upon
the tows of stupes for the purpose of
Iceepiug them dry. This process Is
sometimes continued until late In De
list season many carloads of grapes
weie taken up on the rallioad to tho
aiojave desert and there spread out on
tho "burning sand" to dry, because the
ralsln-makers. weie not piepared for so
large n crop, thus, even me b-ium
"American desert" for a beasou became
fruitful; and who knows It may et be
come useful in Its way? The dried
f rapes are put into boxes holding about
ii bushel, and hauled to tho packing
house, where they aro piled on top or
fcii other as high as the ceillnff or
ronf tn tho vour.ie of oIrIiI or ten davs
the )!(rht milstuii lift In .i ne f thdil
and the h'Ht eause them Ii 'sweat,"
ami this moisture so perineals tho
wholo bulk on to give Ihrtn a soft nnd
fresh ptwrnnce. Then thfy M ready
for norting nnd boxinsr. Tliii U done
by women nnd ho ", floated forty or
fifty tn ft loiim. nt Inns tables.
To rnieh in rmptled up nftmi ns Is
newll n. wntinif Ixjt full of fruit, nnd
alongside of each nre pHtced two new,
olonti boxrs, Into ono of which the lafR
est and limst perfect bunches, Irtbslleil
"Immlon lavrs," sro pnikeil. In the
other br nre plneed thn pmnllsr nhd
Irss perfect btnv hos, whlrh are Isbeled
simply tivcrs," or ns Mmn Cnllfornlit
lalolnmakers are how taklnrf pride In
mnikltm: them, 'Cnllforhia lnjem."
while the inrmo bf rrles sre passed
tlirnneli n windmill nnd denned of their
stems nnd dust, and boxed ns "Mosa,
JUl!entel " TnoUKn I1M1SI ot inem nre
tho finest berrlts in the crop, they sell
for a mtnh lower pries, bclnf? mainly
Used for cooklns.
Three slses ot boxps are nmde, ono to
hold five poun 1. another fifteen nnd
another twenty pounds, and ns the botes
are lilted ho,ipln full n, tari ful inspee
tor examines nnd welfftis each, taking
out any sutpltts. nnd passing them t
the pressmn, who places on the lids
and puts them In the preH, whore they
are (tradunlly squeeyed down and thi
lids nalltsl on. They nre then leidv to
bo shipped to the Eastern and Northern
ttmrketrt by the carload of about 1.W0
boxed to the cnr. Hut ns they nre lint
considered "perishable good " like or
ntiKes, lemons and peais, they sie in t
rushed olT, toRnrvlless of di mnd nr
Iirlces. The consequence Is. the hnve
n utnmlv in well ns lendv pale at $- to
J2 r.O a bov, which affords a very fair
piollt to tho enterprising manufacturer.
The production ot inlslns has stiimllly
Increiied. In 1S7, when the first rais
ins wtro packed, the proluctlon was
IB 000 boxes. In 1S81 It bad Blown to
n-..(UM hnves. It was 1.70 000 boxes in 1SI0
and In lS'H It was iptlmatetd at our
SOO.000 boxes. Tho I.ioduoa for ISO I !
estimated on the inot eased acreage de
voted to raisins grapes and tho large r
crop resttltln? from older vines, et
this vast amount Is only about one-seventh
of tho consumption of the I nlteq
States nnd there Is room, therefore, for
many thousand atres more to bo planteit
In vines by the new comers who aro
flocking to these golden shores.
now ,ii,iiHiMh i.tvi:.
lmmp Do Tint I.ini '" lladly n siniin
f. nplll IiiIIIkIiH'.
Trom Harper's Weekly. ,
As a rulei the "poke-out" beggar has b it
one ineil a day. and It Is usually break-
no meil a day. and It is umi.i uy "r-"-ist
This Is tile main meal with all vig
bonds, and even tho lazy tiamp maaes
rantle efforts to find It Its qn intity lis
U UlllW y,.....-. "". -,". ',,. ,..,
well as us qinuiy urpemi iau.c.j -"-kind
of liotisu In visits 1IH .usual hreilc
fust, It 1-e Is fairly lucky, consists of conee.
a liMio meat, borne potato and l,l"lkr," ','
.-.u.ni no Vir. onllu tiri.iil ana btltlel. t-Ol-
toe, more than anything i l-,e, Is what every
mm ot his kind wants earlv lit thu moin-
Tho clothes of the "poke-out" beggar are
not nuieh, It any, better than his lood. In
summer h" seldom Ins tnoro tlian a shirt,
v. tnlr of troueers, a coat, some old shoes,
and a Littered hat. Even In winter he
wears little more, especially It he goes
" While I lived with him I woie lho ame
togs. I shall never forget ni Hist "rimp
suit of clothes. The coat was pitched in
a do.cn pliiees". and was nearly three !.- s
too laige for me; the vest was toiu In tho
back, nnd had but two buttons the trou
sers wore out nt the knees and had to be
tinned up In Tendon dshlon at the bottom
to keep me from trlt iltig. tho hat was aa
old ileiby with the t i n dented In numer
ous plaecs. and the o i' decent thins I hnU
was a Manuel shirt 1 pmehned this lU
of an old Jew, and thought that It would ha
lust tho thing for The load and so It was
but only for the "poke-out" ti imp s ro id
Tho hobos Iniiuhcd ut mo and called in
"hoodoo," and I never got in with thi m In
any such garb Nevi ithfbss I wore it for
nearly two month", and 'o long u I asso
ciated with laz beggars only It was all
it i j liv tin mentis unefkminon to see a
"poke-out" vagabond wi-irlng same sort of
gnrments wlili h belong to a vom.in s w ud
lohe. Ut Is so indlllertnt tliat he will weir
nnv thing tint will shield his nakedness,
anil I have known him to be o ln?v that
he did not noil do that. One old fellow I
remember p irtlrukulv. He had lost Ills
shlit somehow and for ilniost a week went
uboiit with onlv a eoat Ixtivceti his bidy
and the world at litre. 'Jonie of his piiW.
although they were ot his own class, told
lilm tint In ought to tlnd mother one.
nnd the nmro he Uelnjed It -the more th y
laboiesl vsllli him. Uno night tlies wile
nil gathered together ot a "hnng-out" not
fir fiom lama. O, and the old fellow was
told that unless he found a rhlrt that nh'ht
thev would take away his coat alo. II
begged and begged, but they were deter
mined, and as he did not show anj Inti n
tlon of doing as he was bidden the u
lleied him of his lioki t And all th it night
and the following div he was actti.ill so
larv and stubborn that he would not IM,
and would probiblv lie theie still In koiiii
fuim or other had hU pils not relented and
letumed him bis . oil As I ,sild, he wnu
for nearly n v eel: without finding a shirt,
and not once did he chniv the least sham
oi einb lrrtssment. Jut at present I under
stan t that hft Is In limbo, wealing Hip fa
mous "7Pbra" the penitentiary dress. It Is
not popular among tinmps and thev s. I
loni weal -it, but I feel th it the old rase il.
In spite, of dlsgi ice ind iiuoiiM-iileni e
tint his conllnenunt bilngs upon him. Is
tickled. Indeed that he Is not bound to
find his own clothes.
m:w .soir-Jiii.tiN- ai:iii:.r..
Agrlciiltnr.il Depirtnifiit rjqierliui'iitliig
Vltli n Vrndiict nf Hm h 1 iiiiiN
A renon bncamo current In the Sputh
list spilng thin .1 new sunn hud been d -covered
and the ngilcultur.il department
has since been collecting Infoima'loti on
tho suldect. Tho largest erep He-ems lo
have appeared In tho nelghljoihoud of
l'ittsboro, Itusoell counts, Ala There, on
the luw-lyin.' banks of sireium aio qiiaii
tltltH of cane, from tho t qn of wh ch hang
long tassels eompopod of bunehes of leaves
and seeds, much llku oats. I. was dUeOi-
iinl that came going uown imo iuu uium.
brakes would eat the iuss U. Tho fcraln
whs found to be tweet ami starchy, hav
ing a geaeral flavor not unlike outs. Aft r
this Jlscoveiy quantities of the cane weie
gathered nnd thrcslu d. The grain was f e 1
to tlm f.uni iinlinnls,, IloiSiS, it N wild
piefirred It to com md oats Chickens
and hogs weie also fed Willi It and hogs
became fat on it. fin far as li known at
pusent, no attempt lias bei u mailn u
Mind It imo flour and make blend, but It
Is bi!le,d that If pioieily ground it o mil
be male Into broad and piMiiy, which
would be palatable and nuttitl iti.
riofiasor foville, vho has chan-o of the
hirb.iiltua ut the agili ulturii department,
said that It set ninl now us If the chief dlt
liculty In leuiil to the new ceual was the
iinieliablllty nf Its growth. The cm" neir
I'lttslwro has b en known ti grow for yens
without limsi U ot Main. Now, far no ap
parent cause, It piodiieed an enormous
irop He thought thnt If. by continued
planting and cultivat! n. tho e.ine (Quid In
made to seed with sonn ttgularlty, theio
was no doubt of Its value as a oeroul lu
the same class as com, outs and bulry,
but so little Is leully known nltmn il o
seed of the eano that at pit-sent It Is a dif
ficult matter to make anj trustvvoitbj pio
dittloii nbuut Its uefuln ss, la nppeaiiinc.
the seeds are very muii like oat (.rains,
txcept that their size is two or thtee t mes
greater. The husk is alniit an Inch in
b ngth and tho seed Inside 1 ahum a half
Inch long The husk I.e. onus dry .nil
vellow, but tho sttd rem di h hatd nnd is
inv .luieenbla to the tasto This hnidness
of the seed will piivt-nt it from doeujlng
us rapidly us some other ret nils It has a
Vtry high germimitliiK luromtagi.
Owing to Its taste of oats some people
have suggested that the canu has been
crossed with oats, but it Is not believed
at the agricultural dt-pai'tnient thnt thU
Is the case, 'Ihe grain has hiea. kut and
idaiited In various soils under illuerent
conditions to determine the rcyukirlty with
which it will predme crops. If the ciops
nrove to be ujular the vnlim of the cune
to fanners In the South will be Inestima
ble Many of the farms and plantations
consist partially ot cauebiakes and low
lying lands which might all be put to val
uable uae-. If crops nearly If not quite so
valuable as com could bs gathered from
land heietofore considered useless the
Southern farmer would be glad to wcl
nin iIia myw cereal.
In the crop near Plttsboro so large were,
the tassels that It Is said some of the
smaller btalks wero bowed to the ground.
One farmer asserted that one stalk jleldid
as much as a peek of grain. Actording
to newspaper accounts millions of bushe-In
have been gathered, for the furmers, soon
after tho discovery, took advantage of tho
opportunity nnd put all their hands, to
work thieshlnig out tho grain, which they
1 ae stored up and will feed to their cat
tlo in the winter.
Don't vtult until juu aro tlilc before trying
Curlers Little Liver Pills, but get a vial at
cacii You can't take tliciu without IcutUl
nrcjuNr ssti nt re At too tut:
Llmrlr tlnillcy Uitrnrr on the I Inrenllna
.ihock I Im Unit Uirtliqn-tko of
Sltj-ellit In full
On the tnornlng of the 1st of September,
t, iu eurthquiike fhock was felt ntotig
tho Atlantic const, l'otir states were af
fected by th? earth-wavp Nsw , Vorlc,
Pentiiylvstvlfl, New JersS,ard OelnnrtW.
The shmk w not n verj severe one, but
It wss shuri' enoiish to conMnee the dwel,
ers l. the A tts title that the Pnelflc and
Gulf coasts nu ht the only vrtlon of
our country fubjeot to the mysterious ter
ror of the earthquake. , . ,,. ,
In tie sptpmlr llnrper', Mr. Charles
liudli Warner toiiclie upon this strnn
terror In an artl h Hiving some crtiphlo
('tails of the rnoit esrthiinnkc In I lor
ettce. lie was there during May of IMs
jenr, when the city of I.oimso dl Medlil
was shaken b an arth(uke more scveic
thnn had bun Mt there fur mii- cf'"
turle. lie dis.r'liis most impressively the
details of th. temblor nnd Is so minute ns
to sny thnt he thinks II Mated "llvo fee
onds.'1 Viv. of us in California, lime ever
carefully counted the seconds of an earth
quake's dotation, hut most of us are will
ing to- con nle that our shocks have lasted
tuHy ns long 'f that. Mr. Warner also
jmyswhlch is cmiously In line with our
experience hrre-rthnt there were odd nt-
mospneno pnenoiiiemi iri'muiK "- v; ";
quake. All old Ciillforhlaiw have notleed
similar phenomena, snv the Argonaut, in
fact, there ud to be a phrnsi "tnrth
qunke weather" which Is fninlllar to lite
ears of most of most of u It wn gener
ally nppltcd to a lose, muggy condition ot
the nir not exurny sour), inn uksi"'
or sultriness a cotilltlon w hit h measura
bly resembled the weather on the Atlantic
seaboard when people suj "I think thsre s
going to be u thunder-quill Hut still It
lesemblul this Uaateru storm prelude only
measurably. It was dltin. live. It m-j
California!! It was "earthquake weather.
There was anotlur thing In Mr U am r s
description which struck the CMIirornHii.
It was ihls-he did not nnllre bis v rll.
As ho frankly siy. he wis not in-urlv si
much uliiinied nt the- time ns he was siib
ftquentlj. As he further frankly -avs, hn
Is much more frightened now In thinking
It over than he was then. lb' descrlbo
bow the plaster cracked and fell from the
walls ind ceilings In evirj room of the
old villa in which he wns-a villa rOi vears
old. When he sub-equi ntle lenrncl tint
tho tower In nn adjacent vll'a fed fell and
crashed through rooK and r loins, and hn
min. bc!n(,s-ho realized the danger tn
which Ji" had been exposed, lie wondered
nt Hist that thousand, nf pnor people
spent the night in the public square
that hundreds of itch p'ople also spent
rim nit-si In flio snn.ires nnd streets si Pil
ing In tlulr carrlngi b. IJut when ho after
wards siw tho ruin wrought In the eirth
qiuke he wondered no longer. As he save,
he Is intlnltcl moro alarmed row than ho
So we have found It here In California.
One of the most niutu illy surprising things
to tho CJirornlnn in earthquake' shocks
has been me ealmncs of the stianger to
the stranger it has been the terror of tho
Callroinlan. lloth were right. For to the
stningi r the terror of the Catlforn an ovir
a slleht Jir, a gentle oscillitlon, and thu
swajing of the chandelier has bet n Inex
plicable. To the Callfornlan the cilmne-s
of the strnnger over the mysterloin tei
ror of the e.nth's moving and what m'gt
come was eqtiallv Inexplicable Hut th"
stiangn who has felt moie than one shod:
Is .iilelv to learn, nnd the ajlle way In
which a "tenderfoot' tlees from his third
enithqiuikP would often hnndlcap a fpi lut
It Is manv inis since a "severe Bhocl;
has been felt In California, Two or thiee
jears ago a slight t mblor agitated a part
of the state, nnd shook down portions
of some boom bull lings In the interior,
built ot biid-cage plnnks, with a slight
veneer of brick. Hut those buildings were
ginei-ullv built be iintHes who hid for
gotten or "t nderfeet," who did not know,
that In Cnlltomln, as Onlllco "aid, "tho
eaith movis." They took no heed ot the
f.n t that the dullest settlers the Hp.in
laida and Mevlcans-had r rected buildings
with walls mini feet thick, with win low
openings and doors which piovldid niches
of salety when the eaith nirved lt-elt
Into waves like thu sea The round their
folly when the eirthquake (nine. It Is
well to build stiongly lu California as else
wheie it Is well to bull 1 as they do In
Tloienciv while, when Winner felt tin
cnithqu.ricc. only the plnslei fell.
The lust gnat eiitthqu ike took pi ice In
Cuhfoinia on the inoinlng ot tho -list of
Oetobci, lfw Tor a. dav or two the sumo
iiirious iitinosplierli phenomena present
ed themselves to the observation, und oil.
Ilmeis sniiTed and said ' euithqiiake we.ith
ei " Put like the Sinrtan boj who e r. I
"wolf," people paid tlu in no hi eel. et thu
earthquake came, and when It i line the
seismli centei was on the either lde of
Stn rraiulsco bay. Oakland, S.in I.'.indro.
IlavwnnK Alamed i. Sin l,oien7.o und
other points In Alameda county Lit the
sharpest shoi k. In net In tm l-eanelro
such was the lolence of the . art hqu.iko
that manv buildings wete twisted upon
their foundations , , ,,
At that time Oakland was a much "mail
er pl.iee than it is now. 'Ihelo was a line
nf steam cum, and u. feiiy running to ban
l'ninilsio, owned bv A. A. Cohen, who Bib
seqiienllv sold the lino to the Cential I'a
citlu rallrond. Old ipsldents will remem
ber tlm utiiirel betweeu Cohen and lie
then nulifiad mugnatis, In whiih the late
.Viidge Iielos Lake was retained as conn
hi I and when, In his complaint, he. cau
t iz .1 th" opposite side with his stinging
satire. Hut, like the lows In Uemoi i.itlo
ic.iHentlons. evnv thing was i healed over,
nn 1 Cohen sold his load to bis pi'ponejii is
Tho Oiklnndeis Maaned, for their onl
other i eaiVs of reaching, Snn rninelsco
when ti.- "nioiionol" bad the intilii lino
was bv the "e reek." louti an arclulo and
w?ud luvlun lino ot stern-vvheel .steamers
Leiierril y- dubbed tin. "splattui-elashero"
o? "water wheelbarrows," one of which
was milled the Vaquero. and, whoso cap
ta?n's P ctiiresque piofanlty-when she was
stick n thn mud as she someilims was
fur lioins was a thing to rememb. r.
Tlio rreatearthqu ike of IM took idaeo
?" "i." ",.''.. .: en .nil ess. Oth
Lis have i nee' K como millionaire!, and
no lone, r live in Oakland. Others subse
ucntYi niilllonal.es. have since died, and
ilei loiiBer live there, either. Where do
they live now? Alas-nobody knows but
were waiting for the ti
It never, eanie Ins
teiel of that thero
Tor tho not quarter of an hour people
wiro endeavoring to dlsentnglo thcmseleps
lrom tlulr horses an I can luges nnd the
liaises fiom eadi other b'oi tho dumb
heists we2 as inuch tertifled as were tho
reasoning numnn. bhumi
graph was lliiown out of gear by tho gen
rral upheaval At ast n wl d-eyed horse,
inn i peuifd. who told the waiting pas
sengeis that the drawbrhlBe uboyp Oak
land had been wricked by the shock, and
that the tiutn could not cross the San An
tonio Kstttirv. . Then, everjhody-nivet
luge pramidal pile of coal screenings
.lust as tho Vaquero was about to get un
der way, tho pile of coal shuddered, ton
pled, ami fell off Into the water Instantly
II startled Oakl.indera resolved them
sedves Into the llgure of a fun, nnd tied
towaid the earth which they so much
feired At the upex of the fan, closely
followed b Dives, was Nabob.
Hut at last the piorane captain con.
vlncod them that they we;re seifer on water
than they weie on land. Trembling be
tween, the tcirors of sea and land, the
haiufsed Oakhindeis took up their voyage
for San Trantlsco. A low fog hung over
the bay. San Francisco was Invisible. The
tallest monument at the time was the
"&hot Tower'1 on Howard street, Theio
was no I'alacu hotel, there was no Chron
lclet building; theie was no Mills building,
q'he lallroad magnates had not yet erect
ed their v-voodtni palaces on "Nob hill"
All the wu over there was much specula
tion as to what was left of San rrunclsco.
Nabob and Hives- treinbled for their rents.
Mt-ha.I lteese. a millionaire, was then
ulive Sllehae was frankly blubbering.
To him, San Pranclsco's destruction meant
ruin. John W. Dwindle long -since dead
was endeuvorlnp to comfort him.
"It is not so bad, Mr. Iteese," said he.
"The buildings In. San Tranclsco are .much
more folldly built than those- in Oakland.
I urn convinced, Mr. Iteesc. that wlica we
?VOT U V a ttnio' the gr. nt niilmitV of
the Oaklnnlirs tool; tho S o'clock train
to go to thel business In Sin I'rant-sco.
. , .HAn t a . Illn.lfil.n
sloe k "of "l M ' Hroudway "liTo iklin-l' was
tdockaiilid with teams. Their soils and
laugli ers nil them "traps"-buthon hey
-eel to i ill them "teams " 15lv es bud dilv -n
In from T leg. Ih avenue. Nabob hud
TV.,,,1 i f oni s'.n J'nblo avenue. All
enlrte 11 curious, Mil,. 1.1 ih ru,iv, , -.--
fa th- the 'a jar-then a billowy niollon
tllen another jai Then the buildings on
nroielway w.ig.d to and fro, and cour
tPsU.l to each oth. r Then out of tho how
Iiik liiillill s came thousands or people.
They ell not w ilk or .vein rnn-they shot
out horlloi lull. Then all the horaes ran
...... rinin.ia nr rnn
AS the minilies iiiiieu uj, ., --
no fin the i sho.k. people began to wonder
whether Han rune sco still txlited, ami
w y the tinln did not come. There -were
..'i,i.iii.u in thnn davs. and the tele
.. nn.l Ih.rA iiprft
and I.izarus, rsauoii nun ins i'"".'. i"1""""
i-vulked down to the foot of llroidwny,
whero tho humble "creek route" wns
They went aboaul of the despised Va-
...... itr.n.i ili. uhnif thpra stood 11
n-a !i tli re v u wl 1 flc 1 bin )lil t
l.r x u- ii... Mi. H i htfj ''K,
for br. iUfut, ' nnd with the liw.r
took fruin his pocket n hn i . tehlef, anl
wined n mixture of tcnr 1 l irb from
the millionaire's eiitlverlng .iiln
Hut fteut rranclsfo mis r. i. hed at last.
The Jovful news was pus, l from lip to
lip thai th" "Shot Tower' slid sleld. As
they I. an I the shore, It w i- Seen that
the w-hiirvrs w.re there. I ill ships still
lay at the doe ks The men win. held been
drawing dreadful .pie tun of San Frjh;
cleo overwhelmed by MMnl wnves" hid
themselves temporarily. n b uly lAnaStl.
Tluy walked up rrom the wharves The
stnet cars hud stopped ruining KVety
thlnrhnd stopped. l(ulness ,s siispend-
d The emit" ptiUtlon Im I resolved
hemselves Into gioups. "i h member of
vi hull was trlng to tell the utlurs-nll
at the same time whnt .hnpj" nert to them
when the sbesk i nine" Ihe iMrilences
varied. The,V varied from that ot the tnntl
who saw lhe wall of Mis room advance
lownrd him, drop n brick nut. and itire,
In ihnt of the mun who prennt.d a worn
nn rrom throning her lathy out of a thiee
stnrv windiiw in save Its 110.
Hut the einklnnders w some rtrntige
sights on th.lr way up fiom thu wharves.
The) sw a bull-Unit on. Commercial stiejt
-the ItaUrond llntel-of whl. h the ant re
side was gone, and where manv liedrooms
ptiseiilesl themselves to the B.i7; nf the
Uorl.l, tink I nml unnlmnu"l. , They snvv
countless plb s ..f brick Hi the sttoets,
where 'Tire wnlts" ami ehlninejs hnd fnlli n
Into the street. And they s'v the body
of a man on Clny stieet, his brains . ash. .1
out by n fulling wall. With a. gibbering
troy pointing nt tho eorpse . n.hiivoriii
to tell the story, but iitlll dumb thiougli
f l"it the tale of thnt day w-nuld be- teio
long to tell Many of the In-Idenls were
colli le. There were not wnntlng bravo men
who were graphically elesn thing .how un
mmed the were by , tho niprnltig's sluh k.
nnd Interrupted by tho inld.bi shock, shot
r"rtl coins -lllco Into space The un-usy
eaith seemed Inlh to be still W lid "e x
trns" were Issued bv tho niwspnpers, put
,.. ...... I. inrMllml M lu Kptti !. HII-1 lirlllt-
ed l.y nunklng ptessmen with th.lr eves
upo ti"- .leior. Ail the-e an 1 ni.iti other
thlngs-nre they not In tho unwritten bin
toiy of Hm Pranclco7 .
To return to no-He- Warner's narrative
no man Is so calm when tho e.itth moves
In math hint ns ho who has never felt t
berore. Vnd iis for lilm who his felt It
bifoir. he inav show no outvvar-1 signs of
nhlial fear, but the bravest of nun will
Jonf.ss thnt earlbqunkes cmso In them
a ruling nstn to panic in....
a In I.- South' At',.;.rlca.t ountrles. vvhere
enrthtiinkes nre like taxes, mosquitoes,
nnd i the elallv- newspnper. no man Is
iislmme-i to eonre-s uii", "' , "", ',,''..'
Till.- la an anecdote told of an Im ina
man who was presenting a b'tl.-r nf Intro
duction tn n men hunt In the Hcuidoilaii
ciiiiltnl. Quito, feundor Is lamoos fnr Us
uirlliqtiakJ.i 'Alt the. hot.-., s te but one
elooirt or the thick walls lire- tho utilver-a
lurhes for s.ifety. The .1 mil it." mnn ha;
slnrv In neigii.t, nn.i "'"""".""' j
lust unisuc'i an eiii.'ui.i..' i-.,.'
im attempt to convev wlthi.ut words his
jny at meeting the Hpinlsh merchant, ,1.1
the middle of Ft came nn enrthqiuiks shock
1 ke a l lush tho merchant rhot Imo one
of tho window niches. el lug lo tho
stringer, "l'rontol 1'ionto ("CJuIck!
CJThe' traveler wns narrating It sub-.e-quentlv,
when earthquake i lories catne up:
Q "I tlMn't know no Spanish, nml I i dn t
know whit 'pronto' meant, but OU hot I
proiitoed," said tho Indiana man.
liniT. nml .. rplgriimiimtlo nnd Oth
Pl o Ido.
Learned men do not nlwnvt appreciate
the YehlcvenientH of their f-Mows It Is
s Id that a rrlend brought Milton's 'I'.ira
dlJe Lost" to a. great Scioleh mat li. mntl
el.tr, who icmaiked, when h- h id llnlsh. d
it: "It's vena pictty; but, men, what does
Helng a Piotestnnt of I'rotestinf. Itev.
Dr. Savnge was not ,ri;atlv nwed bv the.
historic exhibition of Virgin bones at 1.0
logito.cont 1 ruing which he makes the rat -ei
un.lt 1 leal observation: " fan see all
the Mrclns' bones that I wish to sco at
full elusa parties; and my reverrnce. ia
stlired in the one case about as much as
in thu other.
When after the second bittle or mil
Hun, denoral feickles ussmn d coiunvind
of i division of the Army of the Potomac,
he gave an elaborite rirew. il dinner to ot
IWcr of his old Ucclslon brU ide Now,
hoes, we will have n fumll eithirlng. he
aid to them, as the' .Is 1 milled lu bH
quarters. Pointing to the table ho con
tinued. "Tient it us ou would tlm ene
my." As the feast emit U. an Irlslt of
lleer. Cuptain !ines, wis dlscov ered by
Sickles In the act of stow ng uw 1 tliuo
bottles of champagne In his saddle bag-.
"Whit are 0U doing, sir"" t'asped the as
tonished general. "Obelhg orders all.
replied tho captain, In a llrm volee; eii
told us to treat that dinner as we would
the enemy, and ou know, genei.il, what wu
can't kill, we . uptiu. "
In a New Yolk town which has a col my
of culoied people, on-- hi? duikey was 0110
da emplo..! In s. ttlng out shrubs uli the
liwn of a hand-ome estate. Tho luusi.i ot
the house vvuh now hem to be s. en. and a
number of the s.ar.1 .1. r's frieiuls vvere
leaning comfnuablv .111 tho fence watching
the operations Anoth.-i darke-. elrlv. r for
a physician living 11. t door, looked . ttr
lousl at this ruiv of s. , tutors nnd h n
addressed the doi toi - Do lor W II on In
suld, solemn! . "dn'- somebod de-ud ut
Mussa Jones s, sai tin sor. ' "Deud1 echo
ed tho doitor, "no in h tiling, tuesir I
should huvo hem 1 ot u if there ha 1 been
nnv lllnes In the finiiU." "Well sa
sail C,itnr. pointing ." a row of sable
indlvidunls hangltig on the pickets, "If d. re
alii' nobody dead to M issa Jones's, still,
den w'nt for Is nil rils .i mouniin' stiung
ulong do feneu '"
Tho Inte Jolin H. Owen was once plinlng
"Solon S-hlngb" in an Jadiuiin town Most
people are familiar iv th the, broad bum r
of the pleco und the inimitable miiinir of
the chief actor. Hut on this occasion both
teemed to tall to teuih The house was
illli-d with a serious p ople. Instead of
the usual roars of laughter tho pluy wu
l.-olvid In dead sllene.1. There was 11 t
even on nuclide glpi,I. nweii never pl.aj. I
so hill. I und 1 ousel, ntiou-ly, but It w is no
go. Aft-r the p 1 1 ii mum tho comedian
walk. .1 down to the tinln pondering on the
euhji'it lie was Irritated nnd depicss. il
nn th. platfonn an old man. came up l
him nn.l cMinded his hand, "I Jest want
to sh ike hands with je," hoTB.ilrt. "Ver
the all tlrod'st fiinni. st mnn I cv. r s. e I
lu inv limn diS. When ye was n-Plbn
em 'bout that apple huhs b.irl It was all
1 lould do to l.i ip Horn laughln' rltht out.
.Now lork It. laid.
Tanni, it i Mi, i. it., u ml lflwiril Lauter-
bn Ii were associated In v suit a situ t tlmo
ago and won. As the Ju.y left tin 1. s. at
Mr Lniuterbaeh turned to Mr. Choite und
f-nld: "Clio ite. wu won this Veidl t h"
iiiiisn vie huppene-d to know moie liw oi
this siibjoit than our adversaries ' l.s
ipierled Choite. "Our ill Ills aro rich, oii
know a coiporutlou urd all that." re.onot
J.iuterbnch "V.sf" aguln queried Cho.ate.
"What do OU thlnl; we ought to elm. go.
LautiTbich" ' di. $::o apleco" "Int.
tut," bioke out Clonic, Impatlentl, and
be repented, "Tut, tntl You lit mo hani'le
this bill. Lauierbacli 11! colleet for us
both." A shmt time afterwaids Mr. 1 nu
terbach was In Mr ChiatiN oillro In Will
pticet, and Mr e'hoiti hniided out a clink
for V,M, as Mi. Lautftbich's feo In tho
ease, and still' "l.uit il .. h, what do sou
think of ihuf" Mi. I.uiuibnch looked at
tin. iheik. stroked his henrd for nn in
stant, and, looking tun ally ut Cho.ite. r.
pileel "Almost thou persitadcst mo to bo
a Christian "
On one e e.iHinn (writes tho lion. A. L.
Tolli-musho in "Some Uecoilecllans of Jow
cti") he sil-l to im "A f i lend of mine of
neat pi-acti-nl ability told mo that ho hus
laid down for hlne-elf three rules of c-iii-dmf.
Never retract Never e.xpl iln. t. t
it dune and let th. in how!" Jowutt le
neated thiTa paru ioi.lc.il maxims with a
iliaiuite'iistto laiiuli, vvhl-h seemed at any
rate not to ni.aik dl-approval. line
when I cimo back from a holiday eind toll
Jewett I hid been reading Hegel he suld:
"It's h good thing to have leud Hegel, but
iiuw that jou've uut him, I advise ou to
forget lilni ufcalu " Hut the em Hnt
est thins that he suid was to a pupil i.ho
bad hen rending him an ossu with a
btrong metaphsiial lluvor: "ii Is lemui It
able what a. fusehuitlon me-taphvhica bcciii
to iHsit-b for Uie human mind. It H like
falling In lov. Hut u ge-t over II aftei n
time ' " He wish.. I to l.etp up tho
Jowe-tt tometlmew gave, and which ob-
ta lieu lor nun mc- uma m u. "
worldly wisdom. I on e ifcilvel rom
him the followlrg tounsel: ''Never ll-t.n
to a man when he nb.mea his rclatlve-s.
Ho will make up with Ihejn. nuU then lu;
will hate sou for krowlug that ha abused
theiiu" Jowe-tt Is reported t-o have
said In a eermon: "The choice of a pro.
fesslou Is like the choice of a vvlfe. It
floes not so much matter which jou
choose, sJ long ns oii Hick to It."
Ono clay Mauri e Harriniom dropped in
at the Lambs' Club and met a few con
genial friends "Hv the wuy. boys." he
said, "how is dear old Joo Holland? Wheie,
la he now? I should so like to see, him"
"Why. he's plulng over In Philadelphia,
n. ii.. lireie's theater. Why elon't vou
Jump on Iho tmln this afiemoon and run
over thero? You'll see- lilm ii ay Hrutus
In 'Julius Caesar to-uleht." ''I'd love ti
so,' Slid iiarrvmoie. e-iiiiiusia.siic-vtii.
t, thank God. 1 lun't"
I'roiupt relief lu -Uk hiailaclic, dlzzlneii,
nausea, roustlpullou. pain lu the side, gujrn.i
teed to ttioss using Carter' j Llltla Llcr i'lLU
honso ot jams, unu i" " "-,!,"."
r.ps to ictaln iheir seiits in it. "It keep
thrin out or mlsihief," ho enid, with a
liuL-h. One or two exnmple-s may
.-..niwi nf the sort or advice whl li
OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN,
it vssts u'ltvs i,ni: .tunc Miiutcr
H IIHIAMJI.VH AM- tOMI'l. itunts.
Iterrlpls Im tritlnti Wlilln 1 bine nf t bin-
en, Oiimlni nml s(, l.nnls Ale tlrrrrai-
big-A ItulTiilii, N. V.i I'nrlier
Hn lug line" Hi-re,
Kontts City seared another point the pa't
week In the rare for supremn y among iho
live atook markets of the W. si The te
celplg h re tor the week Weie J) i.rent r
than the same time last year. Chi tgo h id
a less of 1 ft), omnha u toss ot 1 . and
St. Iuils a ios of t,60).
Chat in Ihdel, of tho IVild racking dm
pnh, HulTalo N. V, Is now having hogs
on this mirk"!. He- Is much ple.i". I wl'h
the i-ds hue and ss they aie the mo-t
convenient he evir saw.
The siilm rlptlou committee of th. ales k
yards division ot Ihe Kainlvnl Kt.we pa
rade tn.ule n report Saturday. It nut wuli
u warm t espouse from Ihe sto ktnen, lin
ing rnls I upHiirds of 1TO for pirnle pur
poses. This is $IW more thnn tin got lit
ear. ('lie handled dollars was voted to
the pen. ml Karn-tval Kiewe fund The
"bo" are delighted with their stic.ss
and sny tlielr division will tnrte H.e t w n
'Ihe government crop leport fui M pt.m
ber sn or joimi; hogs in the i-ouniiv
"Tho reports ns to tho number or sro. k
hogs roi fait.nlng show lis a gen. nil in
cniRo for tlu 1'liKed Slatex a de. irn-,o
of 7.1 per cent ,i cotniire.l with last nn
Hog cholera and n 'strnnei-dlsisis. ' an- I -portnl
in sonu atates, nlTocttng piln. ipillv
t).l!ig hogs Hut the chief euue i.lv n f .r
the decrease Is scarclt or reel l.livn
stntes, however, show nn ln-iT- In n i'n-In-rs.
The nv.rupe condition is i Weight
md sl?e is iny, m iiolnts ov.r lust .ut
In the South Athintle and riulf states nnre
hoes arc- being talsed for home consump
tion." C. Seltler nnd l'roclor .t Stephens, Hr.i-
me r. Mo. were In with hogs Svtiir.liv
C. H. Wiillnn. Sevmour. Mo, was at the
nid with sheep Hitiudny.
Kelley ,v I'rnr. r. (Ile-nd.ile, Mo , were hero
Sntunlu with hogs.
Il (1. I'ilbettir Harden City, Mo., enmc
In Hntur.hi vilth hogs
T S Al. vnnder. I'le-.isant Hill, Mo., got
feeelers here i-aturdii.
Gordon .v Itoblnson, Oak Orove, Mo.,
had In ciltle and hogs Situnbu.
F W. Tlnto Jr Is Jut biek riom the In
II in Terrltor. II" w in In the O-Uhe and
Cte k n itlotiei. lie a iv s he never snw gtas
liner nnd w iur more nbiitul int. t ittle on
..!. .. A ...I tn ....I .... .......... I,. Il.f.
'ill." l.tllKl' III I" I.I. (HI .lllll III. niii)n, ,- ,i.i.
shortest tor cars. Not only Is the tniiee-
uui.inil line, mil me iuiii .-i.j. is hmhj
all ..long the Arkansas and Verdigris rH
eis and In the vollevs of the Hlr.l and
Hominy tucks. Tin ro Is plent of feed
and but little to tut It. While there be
sold for Thompson, Woe.lle & Navlor, of
Tnlii, I. T.. C.I0) cattle to Vtrgll ller.irl.
of Hlsln. K.is , for JI.V"M. -1 f' lucvis und
3.41H J-ve-ar-olds nnd 3-ve ir-olds. The form
er will be marketed nnd the litter held for
Johnson & Wilson, Platte count, Mo,
were here Sntur.1.1 after feeders.
Aug Krnmti, St. Henedlot, Kas., hid In
hogs Snturd ty.
H Mv.i. Siimmerfleld, K.is., wns at the
yards S.iturdn) with hogs.
A. Ii MiCorkle, Camel on. Mo., was In
Silurduy with hogs.
f'.llbert Han, Holt, Mo., wis In Siturday
I'. J htnhl Hucyrus, K.is., got feeders
here Snturd ly.
J M Pcrtle, Hldoiado, Ka,, hid In hogs
Satin d iv
P. Cilder, Hdger'.on, Kns., enmo In with
J M. Hgan Hldgewi. K'.es., was nt th"
yards S.ilurd.i) with hogs.
KA.NsiVS I I IV e IM'INNATI,
Willuisli und 11. .(. t. s. W.
A vestibule -deeping car leives Knnsns
City Union depot cer) dav at S a p m,
via the Wabash railroad, running through
to Clnclnn HI. O without ch inge. vlv
II. .V O S W rallioad from hi Louis,
arriving In Cincinnati nt 11 '0 nt t morn
ing, miking the inn in sen nteen hours
and ten minutes, the fistest time tver
m ule. On this same triln are through
sleepers lo Washington, D C, llaltimoro
and Philadelphia, and passongeis ror
points east of Cincinnati can s'cp from the
Kansas Cits -Cincinnati sleeper Into tho
thiough ale. p. rs nnv time utter leivlng
St Louis I'.issengcis for Lnnisvllle nnd
points South leivo the sle-cper at Noith
Veiiion ut 'J ti a. m
Tor Kentuckv and South this sleeper Is
a gnat convenience.
The Wabash Is the only roi.l offering
this through ctr service Sleeping ear
htiths seemed nt Wnba-h tie ket olllee.
Ninth and Deliwaro stnets, or write to
H N OAULAND,
Western 1'assenger Agent.
Kansas Cit. Mo.
HOlllM Llvl.ltV lAC'tlltslo.NS.
V I i s mt i In Kuiile.
Homeseekeis' excursion tickets will be
on sab via,, the N'"'", l' , """
be-ntember 10th and "lib, to points In Kan
sas, Oklahoma, Indian Territors. Tevas.
Coloiael) I'lnh. New Mexl. o ind Arizona,
except to points wiHt ot Man. opa. on tho
S P H It and Ash Cork, on the A K P
it It. Very low rates inaele for the ruiin I
trip Stopoiers nllownl on the going trip
This Is a splendid opportunity to see the
enoimous erups rnis.d In the (.rent Souih
wet. 1'or piitlcul.irs, call on oi address
Oeorge W Hagenbtich P ,1 T. A . north
east eorner Tenth and Main stieeis, or
10.) Union avenue.
AV VN-U'D-VI.Vl.r. II fl.I.
WAN'THD Ae the sab smen to n present
us; no piddling, suluiv J75 inemthl nil I nil
ixpcusis, goods inlliel) new parib uluis
fnc Ae leli i ss I. O l.o . :.i Hoston. Mass
WANTI'D-'- OUIig men. Iltlit vvoik, J10
week i) W.sl Sih si., uium 1)
I II I'I 0 VII N I- Al.l N ll.
CANaTIAN P.MrLOVMHNT OFPICB.
an 1 rurutsheit rooms. lOI'i, Hast U'th. cor
Walnut Tel 117J T hn b. st pliee in K C .
Mo. to nnd help or situations, mule or re
male; 14 ears' experience ltef Oinaht
Nai buik Omaha Citizens' bonle. Iv t!
ill III N l IIOIIVIS.
TO nHN'T Two very desirable nine
rooms, on second tloor of Hunker building,
9th mid Wall. Alex Pln.llny, agent, room b.
M. TPLLKS, dentist twenty enrs prnc
tlce; nil thu lute methods. 101 West Ninth
si , opp N Lift, bldg.
CHIto.NOMCTHtt. watch nnd clock
maker J I ICenmuIr, 6 Hast 10th bt., bet.
Main nnd Walnut.
in 'i it i: Minim nis
WHO handles our drayage? I)o ou get
epilck r. liuble sci v lief Do 9 our truns
fer comp.ii look out for your Interests?
If Oii have goon riasons inr u un.ii.te. wu
.. .T.i. i i... ..if ila.I tn li.i, li-nm fiit l-iip-
would be ple.iseel to heur trom ou.
nlturu pa- Kin u
nd shipped. Central tram-
viini.wn TiiAN-arnn company.
Phoii. 151T 107 mil 1 03 Wyandotte st
Hitusii citi:i it co.w.
K1CII, oil) uml clean to hundlir, burns to
a white ash nnd won't slack b cxposura,
u home Industry. Now Is the tlmo to buy
Tel 21SI or 1073.
HHHN'HO.N Agt for Company.
American Hink hide
MRS. U JAMHS, the well known clalr
to) ant nnd trance medium, may ba con
ceited at L00 drand ave., parlors S3 und 40.
s l'l s.
SAPJv'3 opened nnd repaired, bought and
roll! Cotutlnatlon locks cleaned and
changed U. HAIUUC.AN Kxpert.
Telephone l!Si 103 Bast Tenth st
TOlt SALK Cheap, a scholarship In each
of the two leading business; colleges In tho
city. 9-i and O-l N'. Y. Lifo bldg.
LAI)li:--t Chichester's English Pennyroyal PJI
eri.aia.1 DrJ), uto the Best, s.i.." i..;ub ..
T.k. bit ctl.l. Snd iM, ,uui, I r l.rU.ul4Jli, lIUt
r un.. ,u unit Return Mall... i C-ini
ChleUcsler ehciulcuf to., I'hlUJi., !.
THH KLnsas City Metal lloonng &. Cor.
rucatlog Co.. Uii UeUvure. XL UC3.
roll SAI.K-HHAI. I.HT.VII5.
WR wl'l build v.tl a -I 'Hi nttn t ,
me. ' rn I om- it
i l v i II
a. 11 i .ni 1 1 i s i
pr ' I ill ' tiir - x
sli i i nu I ii i t h
f V I
in. I k g Tnr tiii im
pr ' l v. rth i. i h i r - . "''
hou- Ii it we Im S x I i i tet
on lefi led pa m
Atl'U s ni 1 all t i ir 1. e fit
Will . H W' It I - I I I Ii I 0 . u
want, Wi have i I1
itir,, :iii;. i!t7 sin'itllo.v iMilir.
SI'. AC lit S neik bottom 1 Iti I fnrtV-lHo
mllis soutli or Kut .s i iii i ai ri s nr
lev.l pl'iw I ii.l I ir ur I a half mil. a
rrtitn town ol ,jii I I .' I hi.i", I mi,
or. hur.l rr oi I i" it. thi-. pin-
rents r-ir ?'.) a v ir a i. . of . nn I l
now , 4j acre a or m i I w , pr! o, JJ.' 0 p. r
rf1eotianlc8 Realty Co
JWo, '.IH :i-27 Slioi llcy Ulilff.
rievpAritrs o"sm pm Inn 1 ronv
Illlleo soinh nf Kni r,iB i I j 441 a n s gee I
Plow land, t low in i I w 1 i a r. s
I'liHiruss imsiuie " . r i w .1'iiit tlm
liet iiasluie tet to bl eei i nuni, wan i
gond la i ci hi.iise In n r Im ei. two
and a biiir miles t. m l-o 1 Htutlin pi i.e.
f ii il) per a. re ta-.j ti-in,s
Mechanics Realty Go
Wlo, !J2(5f !!-J7 Slit'itlloy Ulilff.
THH I'rakei tin 1 In my oti'nlon Is too
thin ror gruel mil n t thi I. on uch for
hash but I wltl sill DI0 acies 2 0 la eul
tlvatlon one-third of "i'i aires or Mm! eoin
pies with the ili.e ir Ol 1 within Iweniv
dijs. l'llee, C(Ki Also 120 noies of goisl
I ind cloio to town well Improved, wjth
crop anel poseslon nt on. e Hriee, $170
per acre. Address 1). It. W.ilden, rien-ant
JIIIVl'V 'll I lAN
loans maih: without nm.w on
fuiiiltiire or pianos lu use or In storage,
illninonds, Jewelr, orgnns, .-ewlng mu
rium live slock, etc Turns the best ot
fi red In the Ml, p .rtl il p.ljtnents being
nceeptiel nt nnv llm, n lining loin and
ehiuges Household Loan Association, 213
and ill Hill hldg
Till" Northwestern Vlut.i il Lite lnsur.
ntieo Compiii, of MllwauUie, will mike
loans on i hole o Improved pioperty nt 5,
OH. and' .1 per cent Inteiest: no eonimIslon
nnd no gold cliuse Ineiuire nt the olllio
of the compiii. No -10 M issielmsetts
liulldli.g Kins is CM). Mo John W. Glsh,
bpecl tl Loan Agent.
LOAN'S Missouri farm loans promptly
mad.- within 1W miles of Kansas city.
Knnsa City Improved loins wanted: Uvi
1,700 to JI.OUO Write nr cull
J AMP1" L I.OVIIlAltD,
(V) Heist bldg Kinsn City
MONT.Y TO LOAN t'ulck. low rates
II L JOHNSON .t. CO ;. Life bide
iii'sini ss ni vcrs,
"TnrsTxnsSlTvN'Ci: Spe. ul.ite In
wh. it It Is cheap us illrt. We have a
bleak of 2iP pei bushel; a tenetlon Is over,
dm- nnd now Is the tlnu to buy Send for
our huge lied Hook the moit complete
ever published: contains smilstli s nnd all
fl.e tieccsnr Infnrinnl! n to ell illle an-
I ono to tnde In ginln.pinv Isl ms and sleuks.
Our Pillv M irk.-t liulieiin givp an in ir
ket news. Huh rr i Stun-. II ."- Co,
7 Traders' bhll, . Chi ago
POIt SAT.P Turning nnl stroll sawing
shop loentel al M l.is'ph, Mo (inod
opixirtunitv for nn V 1 lurnn (iood rea-snii-
ro. selling: $7V A.llnss C W. nnl
1' Sh mi ns, Seventh and Chailea, St. Jos
V 111)1,1 s t,P llll VCI.l's.
WIS Runt a .ung mnn In every town tn
MUcoiirl. Kansas nnd Nebraska to bundln
onr wheels tli c our rutalogue and pilots
lo agents KANSAS CITY HU'VCLH Co .
1K.-7 and 102J llroulwas. Kunsae City. Mo
e-iiie vetei mi-pi iivi weiisits.
POlLVILitlTy sfntst Hliventh. now lo
cated at 107 Hist Twelflh, In luge und
comni odious iiiii rli I s HiiUuble to thi Ir
(-rowing tridi ihoim W iii ii pioiii lui,
tn. i sor to W ilsou A Hit sin, i,l MJ0
Hll'hTiai'S S VLi: - U lii nns Limb lln
11 liwiu nnd Hlli It Irwin, wife of s.il 1
Lumbdln II. Irwin, bv di i d or mist duied
tilt! slxih di id Jun.. one thousand eight
hundred nad il,ht s v.n lib 1 Im record
June tenth, 17 m.l r. oided In the olli.
of tho recorl.r of d. h !, .la let-on inuiity,
Allssourl, ill K u.Mis c'lt). In book II Jl. at
pago Jbi, convev. I lo Lewis It bmlth,
trustee', tho following des. tiled real iHtaie,
situate In the count of Jn. '(son, in the
state of Mlssiurl. lo wit South Semite, ti
(17) fe. t of lot six Mb nn I the north six
tei n ll'i. f.el of lot s.ien (7). In ill thirt
thr. e t"3) f t, In IiW'ln & Mori. Us n I II
tlon tn the City or Kansas, now Kansui
( llv, Ml-suorl. tog.th.r wuh all the bull 1
lnH, structures- und linprov. nn nts tin i e in,
to si nre the pltn Ip.l note and coupons
iittu lie I to suld prliulpal note In sni 1 .! 1
or trust disirlbed und whureus, elern.lt
1. .s b1ni made In the pi) aunt of snld prin
cipal note in said dee I or trust described,
luiordlng to the conditions or sul I d.ie.l of
trust: now. thei.fore, public nothe is li. n
by given tint I. the un l rslgn. d trust, e,
will, b vlrtuo of ihe ioer and authority
to mo given b sild dud of trust, iiu.i of
tver other pow.r. inn thiieto maiding,
nnd In nceordiineo with thi terms in.l con
ditions of mid deed of trust, ut the lecpieat
of the legiil owiur and holder of paid note,
proieed io sill tho real estate described
above-, et puhllo venlue. to tnu blithest
bidder for ensh, at tho front door of tho
J u kson county clinilt miirt houst, In tho
fltv of Kuiis.ih, now Kiin-ma City, afore
sal!, on Mond ly, the sennth dui of Oc.
tuber, U0', ut tvo o'clo. I. In tho afiirnoon
or that day. for tin purpose of paying the
debt by said dud of trilM seniridand tin)
costs und txienses of ex. luting this trust.
u I. UWIS It SMITH. 'Iriisteo.
r. W. flrlllln. Altorney.
TllUhT:i?S. HALi: - Notlee Is hereby
son count Missouri), hi public vendue,
PC I -v w.i . ... l.l.l.l. . fn. ..wl, ..a L..l...
to the high, st bldiln. for cash, to satisfy
'"..'..I'..V.i' ,f -...Id deed of trust, iho nrin.
Uu'ii and Int. i est notes being past due.
unnald and elefaulted,
' Vil.lil.lM u. THOMAS. Trustee.
ASSICNLUS NOT1CH POIt HHAHIN'O
claims Notice Is heitb) K Veil to nil tho
creditors of V T Annslead th a I will, on
the 16th day ot bentember. UM from -J to
o'clock, at my oillce. No. sie7 1. ath st
Knnsaa City Jnc-kson eo., Mo., pioetud
iiubllcly to aiijii-t and allow deinaiuls
utulust thu estate and efTetls usslghed by
W T Armsteud tor tho benellt of creditors,
and will continue said lie iilng during the
two following duvs Claims, not so pre
fLiiied will Lo deburred trom benellt of
U!a usslcnment. 1) W NHWCOMHlt
tam uiie. Assignto W, T, Armsteud.
Dated Aug. '' j.
N'OTICH of application for discharge of
assignee Notice is hereby given to the
credliois of tho Luce .V. Pusscll Shoe and
Trunk Company that on the .'1st day of
October, at the opening of court, or as sooo
thereafter as counsel can be heard, I shall
iionl). In division N'o. 3 of the Jackson
county circuit eoiirt. ut Kansas City, Mis
souri, tor a discharge from my trust us as
signee) of the said Luce A; Pussell Shoe and
Trunk Compan). W. J. HLLIOTT.
A.Ur.e Lucu i. Pustell Shoe und Trunk
holder ot the noto lieicln described, be.
tweeu the hour of nine o. link u. in. und
live o'clock P m. of Siturdu). tho path
dav of i-ipnintier, ut the west front door
or the ici. S. custom house, on tho souih.
fimi coinei or Ninth und Walnut streets,
fii Ivans is City. Missouri, I will, us tiusti
in ii deed of .rust made by 1,1 ij a s Wul.
l"r duied Kltlb d' ut J,r!"',"v. b, an I
ler, --"" . ,d,, , .... ,,f I-, ,roii i Ixlfl l
book II 4m, nt page Jl, in the n. older of
ih e of Ja.kon toiiut), at K.insis t'liy,
Missouri sell all of lot twenty-, ight i.',)
S o k ) lv. Plourno)'s addition to
. r. .i if.in.in (now Kansas I'ltv. Jack
UNION DEPOT TIME CARD
IMhels-Ut I HM All'l
DM IH, 1. I Oils,
ill M i it. sr. i' vuii
lid MI.NM tl'Ol.ls.
Chnlr Cum Fruo.
71 left oTiei f-3Ill
bl sill lull Luloti A
A'lrni H i OHM. A. Cl 1' A, Kanot
li ' i A I Irvlnt dilty unteti
mirk' I fi ip' Sunilil, ' s, ' Puii.iy
-i it it i sit urd a) , " rt-i-pt
M "iv Si'iirliy onl) First colunn
I -I I i ol iinn, arrive.
HAN.Nll AL A. r JoB 11. It -IlurllnRlo-l
.Ira rs t.av. Arrive.
K i ,tr Hn kflehl xi iwprti ilOSOnm
1 1- ' m i, s , ; . im sipni
' it ii ruet tn hi, ' Hli ' G I". pm f 15 am
s I.e. us . vpr ss . . E !' pm s 1 am
' A M It It IN NKtm.vSKA-HUIIIng-ton
I" live- ,e K C. ev press,
1 i m, iliilihgt & I'ug-
et Houn i 11 in am 7 K pm
K t ST JOB A COUNCIL HLLF1M
Omaha .t S( l rust mall in t) am S M pm
I n ipr. '.'.o.pin iniosm
omnha exrt.i., 15 pm J0atu
H' Joe ,v luwii mall . . . ." im Apm
' nvr-r evpies, ..lino am 7 15 pm
1-iv Mh A St. Joe . I 30 pm 1 li pm
All trains make Lentenworth except thn
in 1 1 a tn
LII1CAIIO. UOCIC ISLAND A l'ACIPIO.
Trains Hut or Missouri Itlver
thi. ano m i,l vj.inm x7 SO ptn
t'liiinio limited , 6 u pnl !3Suni
Tiiiliia West or Missouri Hlvei
Hutch Uli hltn, Pt W. .luMntit I 2i pm
1 ' a . t ol Sp .V lin bin ,. Hi van m ' !5 pm
I'... Cnl Hp. St l'uclo...?-v.. pm jsjnutn
W l. hltn 1 T ,tl'i W....S4'ipm VJU.im
'l.if.Kn, lliitei.inson i'i to pm S.-0.uii
Msis!iif-ti i-Ai'MIC 11 II- I rillis Lust.
Mill nnd . mii.kk . ... 7 in am I, 60 Pl.t
r" i,iiis nay express... .HM-iuin
N w V.nK rust mnll 1 Wpin
St I mils night evpres . n hi pm
1 exingion ,? ,st. L ix ... 7 t-o pm
Lexington .v. sctnlla pass C Jjuiii
Corre)vllIo .t. Pniorado.... 10 11 nm
CiiITi- villi. A. W'b hltn ... . V Mpin
Jop . I't Hi ott & Wb h . 1 ol am
J.iplln '- T'ex is expriss . .In '.0 nm
Joi lln .V Texas evpiess 7 W pm
Omnha Lln. .t. N City ex. ! P. pm
nmnlia ,e. C. II einy ex 7 Ti nm
r e tun
7 () am
10 te, um
7 40 pm
f 4"i pm
11 3. pm
3 id pm
r, ".0 nm
1 C nm
iv. e". .v a n.iom ex t oe pm
K. C A St toe ex Pl.t mm
K C. A .e SI .1 er .. I, .1 nm
6 '& pm
KAN-tl'i I'lTV NIlllTItVi:srPllN It It.
Senei u & Itrntrlie ex . . 7 to pm t lo pm
UAIUSII HAILllOAO COVII'ANV.
St Louis ,-e Chlcm-o ex . -toinm 7 in pm
St L A N Y Llm ex xlOOnm xf, 00 pm
St 1... I) M & St. P. ex. s jr. pin 7 00 am
K C. .v. Chlengo ex.. B 20 pm SS) nn
e'llit'Aeio a ALieiN
fhlrigo A St LouU ex.... ! Mam
Chlengo limited (,01pm
St I. A Chli igo ex ... IV pm
KANSAS Cir. I'OHT bCOT 1' A
f no pm
s o-i um
7 15 um
lor.u.i rnsr Mnll
10 no nm
B fl pm
S Oe) pr.i
10 I . mi
10 l. am
7 TA n m
Ilairl.onvllle ,v Clinton xioeoim
1). i nwntcr nceom
. . 2 1 pm
. 5 ".". pm
x r, ( pm
Suburban passenger .
Joplln A Ni w cirieatiH
y ,.i inn
IlShOt HI. KANSAS
,t TIlXAS H'V
lo r. am fi 3" pm
Texas i iiresi . . s ni pm
ttNliiN HAr-irtr? iiau.uaY
s , pm 7 Uj um
1'nelfle e'oast limited... 0 "0 am r. 0) pm
Denver S. Cnl ex 7 to pm k W mil
ATClilSliN', TUI'KKA 1 SANTA VIZ ll'V.
Hist of Missouri river
Chicago limited 7 W pm
Columbian limited r. !) pm
Chicago fast di) light te. 7 lo un
Port Mudlson lo il . .. S tOnm
West or Missouri river
1 :'i pm
7 d.- pm
x5 -o pm
nklahomn .v. lexas local.
.s 1 1 urn
i II nm
' 10 nm
1 'u pm
I ?1 pm
fi JO IKU
li .!.' pill
4 Vi jim
S lens dny i -c
Col . Htih .fc Texas llm
Cillfnrnln llm ....
MexliO A Cal ex
Hmpoila local (S K )..
'1 opt kii evturss
! ') jun
xl .i nm xll -io am
. ! lu pm ' to im
r iniii-ii.iie ev is k ).. .
Kas. Ok. .t Tev n lit ex
'.. l. pm i e) ilia
0 .0 pm I CO am
flninil teutrit t)eiot, 2ml anil VI jiindntte.
ciiicAiiii oitir.T WKsrintN kailway
Chi , St Paul .v. Minn 10 no am r.oOpui
St. J, Dn -VI .I Chi 3 00 pm 7 1'. urn
St. J li VI A Chi. . 11 uOpm
KANSAS CirV. OSCP.ClLA A SOUllILHV
Clllltull A- Osi.ola ev . f, eioimi
10 JO a m
K V.NS.VS I'lTV. I'lTTSIJPUO A:
'lllul. . Inn X SJ, r,ho.
li oin m 3 f. pm
i riOpm f 00 urn
7.10 am 6.10 pm
IDally except Sunday.
eiri.nl .tee Depnl, 'i illll Sri-i-t
ClUCA.ie) MILWACKL'H i S I' I'Al'L
Chicago passenger x't 10am 7 10 pm
eh.llliotl.e .xpress . ... r. j pm Pij) nm
Lvee-lslor Sp'l s spee I il .. s3. 15 um si Ij pm
It t.is.i I'll) A luili iiinileiii n I'lcctrlo Hull-
A. iii Leave Kansas City 5-10, 5 SO, C ',0,
fi 15 All trains trom C 15 n m to 5 I . p u
run evr) Ij mlniii. s. 1' m ' II, B ' , ii i i,
0 .0, C to, C 11, ti Vi, 7 in, 7 .0, 7 ... 7 Ij, v i .
k H. h 11. V 10. 3,'., 10 00 10 IO. '11.00 1 trst
train on Sutida) leaves at 7 JO
Tuesdays, Thursday:! and Saturda i
We-liiort nml Waldo Itallwuv.
Lcavei Westport-Dnily, ".00 n. in, ins
a. m , 11 00 n. m , 1 DO P in.. 3 00 p. in ' )
p ni , I p. m Saturday and Sund in " )
ii. in , b uo n m , o . n. in., 10 00 i i ,
11 n.j u m , IJ ) m , I Oo p. in , -' '" P i .
Il iK) p m , 4 e-l p. in , 0 ') p in , ti OJ p o ,
7 00 p. m . 5 00 p m., 0 oo p in.
Leave Hlue Itivir park Dally, R 00 i w ,
in no n in IJ ijO in , 2 00 p in , t e i ir ,
fi no p in , s em p m Siiiirlay and sun n,
v no u. m. 0 00 n. m, loo u in, il .
in . IJ .o to . 1 p m , S nn p. m , S u" p in ,
4 no p tn , ') p m . li 00 p. in , 7 oo p n. .
s eo p in , 1) oo p in , 1" j.) p in
KANhAS CITY A INHPP1 NDI N"-'I A tit
Detiits- e; -,n and an lotto nn.l So
on I an 1 W ilnut
U Or 1322,
The DepotGarrlageand Baggage
SI V I N III AND lllil) Vim VV,
rOH A CARHiAOE OH BAGOAQE WAGON.
Prompt uml ICellaldt
Ni) i:ut v en mhii f')it n ii.ii r vvnitu
" TUPS I t'.l. Si SVLI. Win-re is l.jiuUliu
V.. liv.lu und Lllv It. l.wln, wit. ol sn 1
I amlid.ii II Iivvin, by dud or tmst dnti l
th. slxll. day of Julie onu tlious u I it, lit
bundled and eighlv sev. n III. I fir le I
Juno tenth, onu ihoi.saiid eight bunJit I
nnl right) -suv on, ant rnurdiil in the of
li e or thu le ordei or die.M, Ju In li
i.mrit), Missuurl, at Kansas e'it), in l-o li
Ml, at pain iul, lonvoed to Lewis It
Smith, tiustie, the lullovvllig eleseilhel ital
e suite situuto In the count) of JaiKsjii,
In the state of Mlssouii lo-wll Lot iho
(',) nnd north elsht (M feet of lot si t-.i
In 'Irwin .V. Morie-II's addition to the City
or Kansas, now Kansas Cli), Missouri
to sm.ru the prlnclpil nolo and coupons
iittailnd to suid piiuelpal note, In suul
deed or trust eltscribed and, whereus, de
fault hns bien mude In the pa)imiit of
said principal note In mid d.ed of trust
desciibed, lleeoidlllg to the i ondltloi.H of
said deed of tiust: now-, ihere-fi.re, jiubllu
lioiice Is hi reb) given that 1 the under.
slM.ed trustee, villi b) vlitun of thn power
um I nutlioiitv to in. given I.) said deed
ol trust in d of ever) other power iuu
ihcieto tnablliig, nnd In aecor.lincq with
tin teriiiu and conditions of sill deed of
trust, ut the leqiiPst of tho .-i,ul owner
nnd bolder of s.ilel note, piocced lo sell
the leil estutu described nbove, at publiu
vendue to the highest bidder, for cash, at
the fiont door of tho .Inckson toimty elf.
cult coiiit house-, lu the City of Kansas,
now K mess City, aforesaid, on Moiida).
the seventh day of uctober, one thousand
eight hundred nnd ninety-live-, at two
o.lo.k lu the afternoon of that day, for
tho iuu pose of p i) lug the debt by said deed
of tiust seemed, nnd the) costs and e--uenses
uf executing this trust
1 I.HWIS It SMITH, Trustee.
V W Orlfllu, Attorney
N'OTICH The annual meeting of the
stockholders of tho Aeoin.i Lund and Cut
tle compuuy will bo held ut their oillce, in
Kansas City, Mo , on thu third Monuuy In
beptember, U95, to elect a board of dl
rietois for the ensuing )enr, und to trans
net any other business thut mu) coma be
fore) said meeting.
H. I). HUAOKnTT. Secretary.
Kansas City, Mo.. Sept. 6. 15j.
NOTICH Tho annual meeting of tho
stockholders of the Sierra Lund and Cat
tle Company will bo he-Id at their oillce, in
Kansas City, Mo, ou the- third Monday
lu beptember, lbSi. to elect a board ot dl.
rcctoia for the cusulng ear, und to truns.
act any other business that muy come- be
fore said meeting.
n. D. HHACKETT. Secretary.
Kansas liltv. ilo.. Scul. C ISSj.
r rtrv '5 ec t i
l'.1" .sit, gy,