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Tim kvxsvs city .lomxAT,, Monday, October 7, jsos:
f A POINT BLANK QUESTION,
JlKV. 1. DLXXtlt TAI.IIAOP ASKS
Mll'lt ll)-!tr H ItKllll.
A Masterly sermon I rain n Tent Thnt
Mrlkr llntiix In Hncli mill I'tery In-
illlliliml XX Im llclletct In
S"w York, Oct 6 In hli icrmoti for
to-day Ucv tr. Ta.ltim.to ep'itks dlrcctl)
tn the hearts of nil who have not Jet
fluill.lv a.s epteel tho free uffrr of mil
v it III Christ Jesus. The subject v.:
X. I 'oil UlRhk Question," the IpxI IrrtHK
"It Mn,r. x i -u linn h(n rtithl?
Willi mettle homes al full speed, for
1 1" . r lebntteel for ft driving, .lhti,
lite warrior and, king, return rrom battle.
lut sieing Jchonrvlnb, mi ncqimlntAnce,
l.i the nitt, ho shouts "XVhim! vvhoa!"
" thr lathered spnn. Then IrntiltiK over
'o .Ifhonetdnb, Jelm sulute lilm In the
ivlM-i of the text word not moro appro
jinite f.ir thnt hour ami Hint place, tlmn for
Hi' hour nn.l plm-e. "t thins henrt
I should like tn henr of your phjTletil
Itenlth. Well mjsclf. I llko to lime tiv
rrybod) elr. wl!' iiml hi might nsk. Is
Jour (iKht right, )our hearing tight,
jour hpiui right, Jour lungit right, jour
uitlre Jiody right? Hut t nm busy to-day
taking diagnosis of the more Impenlnni
spiritual "millions, t should like to h'sir
of jour llnnticlal ivelfnie. I w-unt overs
bods to have plenty of moiiej, ample np
luirel, large storehouses, nnd eomforlnlile
residence, mid 1 might nsk. Is your bust
jiim right, jour Income right, jour world
It surniun'tlnn-it right? Hut what are the?"
Ilnan. lnl questions compelled with the In
Uii ns tu whether J on have been nhle
in pn jour debts to C!ol, ns to whether
j-oti nre inmitcd for elernllj; in to wheih
ir joii mo ruining )oureir liy tho long
i recllt system of the soul? I have known
iivn to hne no 'more than one loaf of
lirc.ul nt ii time, nn.l, jet to own n gov
ernment bon.l of heaven worth nrore than
tho wholn material universe.
The question I ask jou tn-dny Is not
In regard 1o jour hitbits. J m.iko no In
quiry aliout jour Integrltj, or jour ehiis
lltj", or jour holirletj. I lo not menu to
M.ind on the outKliIe of tho i.ito and rlmr
ine Den; nut eoiulnp up the oteps, I
"len the iloor nml entne to the private
iipartmcnt of the soul, nn.l with the eni
jieMne1" of l man that miivi. rIvi; iiu in -'ount
of thK rlny'H uoik, I ery out, O m in,
O woman Immortal, Is thine htait ilRhl?
I ulll not insult j on by an iiiKiiment to
prove that we are li nntme nil wronn.
If there be n f.letor ixnlolon, ami the
smokestack be upset, inil the wheels Iip
broken In tno, ami the enslne nnjolnteil,
nnrt the pourteroiin bar be twisted, nn.l a
man should look In ami pay that nothing
was tho matter, you would pronotinee him
ii fool. Well, It needs no iieiimen to (ll
eover thnt our nntuto Is all iitvvlst and
iisken- nml unjolnted. The thlnK doesn't
viork richt. The blKKPst trouble wo have
In the world Is with our souls. Men Home
tlmes ay that, tlimuh their lives may not
be Just rlKht, their heart Is nil rltrht. Im
possible. A frtimer never puts tho poorest
apples on top of his lurrel, nor does the
merchant place the mennest Roods In his
show window. The best pari of us Is
our outward life. I do not stop to discuss
whether we all roll In Adam, tor wo hnvn
been our own Adam, and have all eaten
of the fot bidden fruit, and hive been
turned out of the paradise of holiness and
pence; and thomjb the llanilus sword thnt
Mood at the sate to keep us out has
chamjed position and comes behind to drive
us In, we will not ko.
The Itlble account of us Is not ornKRer
nted when It says th.it we aic pool and
wretched and miserable and blind und
naked. Poor, the wretch that stands sliiv
erlnK on our dooisten on a cold dnj Is not
so much in need of bread as we are of
spiritual help. llllnd: whj, tho
man whose ejes perished In a
powder blast, and who for these
ten j ears bus koho feclins his way
from street to street. Is not in such utter
darkness as we. Naked: why, theie Is not
ono ratr of holiness left to hide the shnmo
of our sin. Sick, why, the leprosy has
eaten Into tho head and the heart ami the
IianriK and the feet: and the maiasmus of
an everlasting wasting away ha alieady
helped on some of us.
Hut the meanest thlnff for n man to do
Is to, discourse about the evil without
pointing a way to have it remedied. I
f.penk of the thirst of your hot tongue,
only that may show joii the living
t-t ream that drops (rjstalllno and spuk
lliiff from the Itoek of Ages, nml pours it
river of gladness at your feel, if j show
j on tho jenta in jour coat. It is only nc
beeauso the door of Ood's wardrobe now
swings open, und here is ,t robe, white
iv I th tho lleceo of the l.nmli of tlod, and
it a cut ami mnke that an angel would not
be iishamed to wear. If I snatch from
J ou the black, mouldy biead that joit are
........ ,.i.,K, ii it uiiij in give j'ou me nread
made out of the linest wheat that glows
on the celustlil hills, and baked In the
lires of the Cross; and one enimb of which
would be enough to make nil heavin u
banquet. Hear it, one and all, and tell It
ip jour friends when jou go home, that
the I.oul Jesus Christ can make the heart
Klrst wo nerd a. lepentlng heart If for
he last ten. twenty, or forty ye.us of life
we have iM-en going ou In the wiong wav"
it Is time that we turned around aii'i
i-tnrteil In the opposite direction. If we of
fend our friends we aio plad to apologi.i-.
iOd Is our best friend, and jet how many
of us have never apologized for the wrongs
w have done him'
There Is uothlnr that we so much need
tn get I Id of .is Mln. It is a hoirlble blaek
monster. It pollutcil Uden. It killed Chri-l
It has blasted the woild .en keep dogs
In kennels, and rabbits in a. warren, and
fattio In a pen What it m in that wuiild be
who would shut them up In his p trior'
"Hut this foul dog of sin. and tliise herds of
tiaiLsgresslon, wo havo entei tallied fir
"a"Y, ' lon .elr llv "Mr heart, h"li
should be the cleanest, biightest loom In
all our nutuie. Out with the vile held!
Hegone, ye befouleis of an itnniort.it n i
ture! Turn out tho beasts nml let Christ louio
In! A heathen came to an .-.irly ('hiistlan.
who had the reputation ol curing diseases
Tho c'hilstian ft.iid "You must h.ivo nil
jour Idols ilestrovul." The heathui gave
to tho Christian the key to his house, that
he might go In and destroj ihe idols. Ho
batteinl to pieces nil he saw, but still the
man did not get well, The Christian h.ilil
10 him; "There must lie some idol In jour
houso not jit destrojed." The heathen
eontesseil that them was one Idol of beaten
gold that ho tiiuld not bear to glvo up,
After awhile, when that was destrojed In
answer to tho prajer of the Christian, the
sick man got well.
.Many a man has awakened In hls dvlng
hour to tlntl his sins all about him. The?
clambered up on tho light slrin of the bed
.inrt on ihe left side, and over the head
board and over thj footboard, and honlbly
devout ed tiie t,ou,
Itepeni! the volco celostlal cries,
Nor longur dale del.ij ;
The wretch that scorns the mandate dies
And meets h. ttery dnj . '
Again, wo need u, believing heart .V
good many jeant ago a weary ono went
up one of the hills of Asia Minor, and with
two loss ou his back, ctled out to all. tlu
world, offering to cany tnelr sins and sor
rows. They pursued him. They slapped
him In the fain, They mocked him. When
ho groaned they groaned. They Bhook
their lists at him, Thej spat nn htm.
They hounded him as though ho woro a
wild beast, Ills healing of the sick, his
slght-glving to the blind, his. mercy to
'the outcast, silenced ull tho roveugo of the
woild. His prajers and benedictions wero
lost In the whirlwind of enecratlou; "Aw-ay
with him! Aw-ay with him!"
Ah! It was not mettly the two pieces of
wood lh.it ho catrled; It wns tho trans
gressions of the taie. iho anguish of the
iiges, tho wrath of Clod, the sot rows of
lioll, tho stupendous iutmctts of an unend
ing eternltj. Xo wonder hb back bent,
Ko wonder tho blood started from overj
pore. No wonder that he eiauehul nndir
u tortuie that made tho sun faint, and tho
everlasting hills tremble, and the dead
lush up in their winding sheets us ho
fried; "If It lie possible, let this cup pass
trom mo," Dm the cup did not pass. None
There he hangs! What has that hand
done that it tdiould be thus crushed in the
palm' It hus been healing tho lame and
wiping awuy tears. What hus that foot
Dieen doing that it should be so lacerated.'
It has been going about doing good1. Of
iwhat hus the victim been guilty f Guilty
of saving a woild, Till me, jo heuvens
and earth, was thero over sin h uuotlur
criminal? Was there ever such u iriine.'
On that hill of carnage, that siinlesa duj.
nmld thosB howling rioters, may not your
Hlns and mino Imve perished? I believe It.
Oh, tho ransom has been puld. Those
arms of Jesus were sti etched out so wide
that when he hiought them together again
thej- might emUiaui the world. Oh, that I
might ui't of the blossoms of tho sinlng,
or tho Darning fohagi of the autumn,
make ono wwulii for mj 1oid! Oh, that
ull tho triumphal art his of Ihe world
ould be swung In ono gateway, where tho
King of Olory mleht come lnl Ob, that
ali the harps and trumpets and organs
of earthlj music might, tu one anthem,
tpeak Ills pralel
Hut what were earthly (lowers to hlni
who vvalketh amid the now of the white
I lilies of hesi.ti" Wh.ti were nrohes of
i earthly mnonry to him who tilth nliont
in tnrone & rninnow spun out or cvitmm
inif ounshlni' Wht were ill rnrthlv
imisli lo him whTi the hun lr I an 1 fny
nd four thoii'imd on on ld , ill I hern
blm nn.l sernphim and r. hsim. I mnd "tl
the olhi r .!e an I all the " ' bii"l"
flllM With the .lone i m 1. 1 iiTinl tub 1.
i ho h. wanna of ri learned i u li ihi
Imlli Itilth of 1 1 n frt 1 1 r i nnptf!" onir aft. r
f"nn rislne at tit m throne of ti ..I nnl (
the lainih In that pure, high fli." tit
hltn hnir us Stop: harp of n-swen. i' i
our poor cry mm b heat I oh niv 1
.ledtnM it will nut hurt ihep for one ho" i
lfii out from ihe shlnlnc thr.mir 'I i
will mrtkr It nil up whrn thou g-iel ba k
nln Conn Mtlnr, O blei.l one, liii
wi miy kls thv fent. Our henris, tm Iot'k
withheld, in- now purrenur Into thy keep
in. When ttuni iweot Imck t 11 I! to nil ih.
immortnl thnt Ihe lot nre foumt, mil I'l
th. Knitter' house rlnn with the nitiMc and
They hv some old wine In hettvn, not
iie, ex. epi in rsrr fellvltle. In tins
viorhl. Ihowe who .ire m-ciMomed to use
wine n itrent onslon brlmt out the bev -rai
and sns. "Thl wine Is thlltj Jnr
iild," ir "forty jvitr old." Hut the wine
of heaven l more thnn eighteen renluries
old II wn prepared at the time when
Christ trod the w Ilie-Iirem, alone. When
in h Btlevoti slnnei-K n we eome bivek,
metlilnk the ehamberlalu of henven cries
out to the ervnnt, "Thin Is tinustiat Joy!
Hilng up from the viuiH of heaven thnt
old wine, nu nil the tiinkntils. lt nit
the wlilte-roboil guest drink to the lin
inniinl health of thoe new.liorn sons nnd
dniighter of the IaiM Almlithtj. Tlieie l
Joy In heaven among the in gels of find
nver one sinner ihnt repenleth," and Ho I
grant that thnt one mm- be jou!
Again, In have a rlKht heart It must be
n forgiving henrl An old writer snjs, "To
teturn gool for evil i (loil-ilke; good for
good is man-like; evil ror gooil devil. like"
Whlfh of these nature have vvr7 Christ
will have nothing to do with u n long a
we k"p any old grnrtR' e have nil Iwi n
i healed nml bed about There ale people
who dlsllko u so much that If we "hnuld
come down to imverty and dlsgrm e th v
would s. "nood for him! Indn I tell son
?" They do not understand u. rns.in -Honed
human nature , "Watt till von
git a cowl crack at him, and when nt list
you find him In n tight plinc, give It to
him. riay him nllv;e No quarter. I.eaie
not u rag of reptimilon Jump on hltn wl'li
lmlh feet J'uj him ill his own eoln nn
mm foi satrasm, scorn for rorn, abus
for abuse" Hut, my rrlends. thai Is nm
the right kind of heart. No man ever did
so mean iv Ihliig tovvnrd us a we have
iliuie toward Ood. And It we cannot foi
give other, how can we expeit (!ml to
forgive us? Thousands of men hnve I" . n
kept out of heaven by nn iinforglvlii-,
Hero Is some one who sas, "I will foi
give that man Hie wrong ho did me nbftnt
thai house and lot, I will forgive lh.il nun
who overrent bed me In a. bargain; I will
forgive lh.it imin who sold me a shoddy
nveiront. I fnrirlve them all but one.
That man I cannot foiglve The villain
I can haidlj keep mj hands orf blm. If
mj" going to heaven depends nn niv for
giving lilm, thru I will stay out." Wrong
feeling. If a man lie tu mo once, I am lint
tailed to trust blm again. If a mill betiay
me once. I am not railed to put ronlldeni e
in him again. Hut I would have no rest if
I could not offer a slnceru prayer for the
temporal and everlasting welfaie of all
men, whatever meannesses and outiage
thej- have indicted uimii me. If j-ou want
to get jiu.r henrt light, strike a match
and burn up all jour old giudges. and
mow me amies nvvnj "ir ou torgive not
men their tresinses. neither will sour
heavenly rather f.-rglve you jour tres-
1"".. . - . ...
X11 oltl ClirlsUnn blaek woman was going
along the streets of New Vork with 11
basket of apples that she had for sale. '.
rough sailor ran against her and upset the
bisket, and stood luck exiiectlng to hear
her wcold fright fullj, but she stoop. .1
down and picked up the apples, and sill.
"Hod forgive ou, my son, as I do" Tim
sailor avv tho meanness ot what he hail
done, and felt In his poclcel for his monev,
and Insisted that she should take it all.
Though she was bin. I:, ho called her moth
er, and said, "Forgive me, mother, I will
never do anj'thlng so mean ngi i." Ah!
theie is a power III a. forgiving-, 'illlt to
overcome all hanlniss. There is wiij
ot conquering men like that of lit owing
upon them j-our pardon, whether tluj will
accept It or not
Again, a right heart Is an expectant
heart. U Is .1 iioor business to bi building
lastles In the iilr. IJnJoj what jou have
now. Don't spoil j-our comfort In the small
bouse becauso you expect a larger nil. .
Don't fret ntmiit jour income when 11 Is
?.! or Jl p.'i fl.iv because you eptt to
have, uftei uvv lille, $UI ier day: 01 $in.Wj"i
a vear because jou espect It to be f.M.Onl .1
jear. Hut about libivenly things, tin more
wo think the better. Tho-e tastles an not
In the air, but on the hills, and we have
1 deed of them In our imssession I llko
in see a man all full or hi at in.
lie talks heivcii. He sing-. Inavtu.
lie iirujs heaven. lie dreams lie iv
011. Some of u.s In our sleep have hid
tint good place open to us We saw the
pinnacles in the sky. We heurd the II. k
ot the hoofs of the white horses 01 wblili
vletois rode, nnd the clapping of tin- nm
Ivils or eternal triumph And whil. 111 our
sleep we were glad that all 0111 hoi lows
wore over, and burdens done vvllh, Ihe
tliione or iou grew winter ami vvnuei- ,11111
whllir, till we opened our ej-es and saw
that it was onlv the sun of u 'hly 1110111
Ing shining on our pillow To have a right
heart, vou need to lie lllled with, this c
pectnncj. It would make jour privations
und nnnojnnces more be.uable.
Ill the midst of the clt of l'aris st mds
a statuo of the good, but broken-lieui ted
Josephine. I never imagined that marble
toiild be snilltm Into such tendermss It
seems not lltele-s If tho spirit of tui
plilne be dlsentabernacled, the soul 01 Hie
imprtss has taken possession of this tig.
inc. 1 am not jet satlstled that It is i me.
The pulf of the dress on the arm seems tu
need but the presence or the linger 10 In
dent it The llgurfH at the bottom of the
lobe, the 1 utile at the neck, the tur lining
on the diess, the enibioldeiy of tho satin.
Hie cluster of Illy and leaf and rose in In r
hand, the poise of her body n she seems
to come sailing out of the sky, her t.o
calm, humble, beautiful, but yet sn.l -attest
the genius of Ihe sculptor and t't.
lieiitj of ihe heroine ho celeluaii .
hooking up thiough llu rifts of the ..no
net tliat milreles her brow. 1 could see
the sky beyond, Hut gleit heavens wlieie
all woman's wrongs shall be lighted, .11. I
the story of iidiii.iuee- and leslgiiallon
shall be tolil to all the ages. The lose .im I
the Illy lu the hum! of Josephine will in
drop their petals, llelleve not the n c 1
slanders upon her meinoij'. The ehildi.ii
of 1I0.', whether Ibey suiter on earth I 1
palaces or In h..vtls, shall conic to tint
gloilous rest. Oh, heaven! sweet heaven'
at thj gito wh set down all out btii.lt ns
and gilefs Tho place will bo lull. Hue
there uie vacant chaiis at the hearth 1111 !
at tho tables, but there are no vacant ch ill s
In heaven Tho crowns nil worn: the
thrones all mounted Some talk of heavui
as though It vveie 11 veiy handsome chur. Ii
wheto a few favoied spirits would come lu
and sit down on llliely cushioned seats ull
by themselves, ami sings psalms to all
eternity. No, no. "1 saw a great multi
tude that no man could number t landing
lu tore tho throne. Ho that talked with
mo had a golden reed to measure the dtj,
and it was twelve thousand furlongs"
that is ilfteen hundred miles In clrunn
fetencc. Ah! heaven In not a iittli lolonj.
nt one corner of tlod'h dominium where 11
mini's entrance depends upon what kind of
clothes he has ution his b ick, and how
,inl, .nnn.t 1.. hnu In I.I.. i. .... 1... ,.
III.ISII IIU,(.J ! ...,n ... I. tn iiic. ,.,,, tl
vast empire. Ood grunt that tho light of
that blessed woild may shlno upon us lu
our Inst moment.
The tirst lime I crossed the Atlantic tho
roiiK'hest tlun, wo had wns at tho mouth
of Liverpool harbor. Wo nnlved at night
fall and weio obliged to Ho thero till tho
morning, waiting for the rising of tho tide,
beforo wo could got lip to the city. How
the vessel pitched und writhed In the
wuter! Ho, sometimes, the list lllne.s of
the Christian Is u snuggle, lie s almost
through the voyage, Tho waves of temp
tation toss his soul, but ho waits for tho
morning. At last tho light dawns and the
tides of jny ilse in his soul nnd ho sails
up and casts anchor within tho veil.
Is thy heait right? What question can
lomparo with this In Importance? it is a
business iiuesllnu. Do jou not lenlUe that
jou will soon have to go out of that store,
that j'ou will soon have to resign tint part,
nershlp, thut soon among all the millions
of dollars' worth of gouts that uro sold
jou will not havo the handling of u yard
of cloth, or a pound of sugar, or u ptuny.
worth of anv thing; thut soon, If a coulla
giatiou should sturt "t cvmiul park und
sweep ever thing to tho Ilattery, It would
not illsturb jou; that soon. If iveiy cash
iei should ubscond.uml oveu Insurance
company should fall, It would not utlect
you' XVluit are the questions thnt stop
this side of tho grave compuied with the
ipitstluns thut reach beyond it,' Aio jou
making losses thut are to be everlustlng.'
Are you making pun liases for eternltj.'
Are jou Jobbing for time, when vou might
wholesaling for eternltj' What ques-
Hon of the storu is so biaad at tho base,
and so ullltudlnous, anil so overwhelming
us tho tmestlon, "Is thy heart right?"
Oi, Is it a domestic question? Is It some,
tiling about father, or mother, or coinpan.
Ion, or sou, or daughtei, that you think is
comparable with this question in iiupor
lantt ' lo sou not It'.ilUo Hut by uni
versal and inviolable law all these riU
tious will bo broken up.'
Your father wilt bo gone, your mother
will be gone, your companion will be gone,
your child will be gone, jou will be gone,
nml then this suneiu.il question will begin
to hurvesl its chief ualiis, or depore Its
worst losses roll up into its mightiest
magnitude, or sweep Its vast elides XX'lutt
difference) now does It make to Nuttoleon
III. whether he triuinplud or surrendered
for Infants and Children.
MOTHERS, Do You Know ih p,.
tlAteiMsn's Drops, Oudrtey s Cordl.il, nnny so-called Hootlilng Rytupj, and
most trmeillts for chlldtcn me cotniociI of opium or morphine?
Do Von Kiiosv that opium nnd morphine are stupefying narcotic polwni?
Tlo Von ICim-vs- tint In most countries druRRUtsste not peimltteil losellnsrcollct
trlthoiit lslllugtliem poisons?
Io Von ICnosvtlut you shotiM not permit nny medicine to be glvtn your child
unless jou or jour physician know of what It Is composed?
llo Von Know thnt Casloiln Is n purely veKelsble prepirnllon, and that a list of
Its luRteilients is piibtiiliot with every Iwtlle?
Ho Von ICnosv that Cnstotl.i Is Hie prescription of the 111110111 1)r. Samuel niclicr.
Thnt It li.n been In use for nearly thirty jenrs, nml that more Cnslorla Is now sold thin
efnll other remedies for chtMten combined?
Io Von Know Dint Hi: Patent Office Depirtment of the United Stilrs, nml of
other countries, hate Issued uiliulir right In Dr. Pitcher nml his nsstgiis to use thewoid
CiiHtorla nnd Us formula, nnd that lo Imitnte them Is n stste ptlsoit offi-tucf
Do Vtm ICtiovlliat oueof the rensons for grnntlnif this govcrninetit protection
was because Castorln had been proven lobe nliMO lately liariulcHH?
Do Von Kiuiw tint J5 nvcniKC doses of C'nstorla aic furnished for ,15
ct"ntM,orone cent n dose?
Do Von Ituoss- that when possessed of this perfect prcparntloti.jourililUltcumay
be kept well, nnd that Jou may have unbroken rest?
V'll. tlicHr tlitnut nre worth
Children C5ry for
nt s'oilnii" Whether be lit. 1 nt the Till!
criP., or nt chWohurst" In titer he was
emneror or exile" Thev 1 lid him out
his collln in the .lros of 1 II. til mnr-hil
Pld that glvi him am ln-ttei . ban. e for
the next world than if In had been lulu
out in n plain shroud" And oon to ns
, tv, ,,,1,1 ,. .i ,. ,,u,..t ,,.,,., i,...i
wnat will lie me uitieri-nce-, wneiner in
, or ,imltroated. wne applauded or hle.l
at. were weKomod 111 or Klckul out. wniie
I.ijlng hold of everv moment of the great
future, and burning In all the splendur or
grief, ami overnn hlng and undergoing all
time and all eternity. Is tho plain, simple,
practical, thrilling, agonizing, overwhelm
ing question. "Is thj- heart right?" Have
jou within jou u repenting heart,
an opectnnl heart" If nut, I must
write upon our soul what (teorge
White-field wrote upon the window
pane with his diamond rlnu He tarried
in nn elegint house over night, but round
that tin to wns no Ood recognised In that
house. Ilefoie ho left his room in tho
morning, with his ring he wrote upon tho
window pune. "One tiling thou lickest."
Arter the guest was gone the housewlte
came and looked at the window, nnd saw
the Instrlptlnn. and tailed her husband
nnd her ihlldren; and (lod. through thnt
m'nlstrv of the window glass, brought
them nil to Jesus Though jou m.i to-(laj-be
surrounded by lomforts und luxuries,
nml reel that jou have nmli of nothing.
If jou are not the .hlldieii of lio.l, with
the signet-ring of Chilsls love, let me
Inscribe upon j-our souls, ' One thin,? thou
.Illlliy persons Keep Cutter's lvllttn Liter
Pills on hand lo prevent bilious att.itks sick
hiadache, iltztness, and Hud Hieni Just w hat
iii;.iiims(:i:nci. or own hah.
Colonel i:crett I'iiss, of New Hampshire,
Kchitcs .Simie KuliTtllllllllg Itetnllertlnns.
Krom the Washington Post.
Colonel Kvili tt O b'oss, of Dover. N. II.,
who Is stopping at ihe Niitlonal lintel, tells,
some Interesting lemlnlsn m is or the vis
sassinatiou or Pre-lib nt Ouitleld These
were brought lo his inttid by a recent uitl
i le In Kcrlbner's .M.i-n7lni . desciiblng the
tilal nml evecutlon or Oult.au llj a p.-
Hilar coincident e Colon. 1 Pass was pn s
ent at both tho assassination or Piesldent
Lincoln and Piesldent liarlleld. Ho was
In Poid's thentir on thnt eventful night
nnd nftftwards -saw the body of John
X likes liooth brought link on the gun
boat Montauk lie was at the time u board
er nt the National hotel, where Kooth was
Colonel Kosx went Into the depot tho flay
of (lai field's nS.is1n.itlon to see the sei -letats
of the luterloi. Ho heurd the shot
and saw Ml. lt'.aine run out fiom the la
dles' room toward the Sixth streot en
mcdlit'tli he saw CluHeaii struggling with
trance, nis II. It sei lui'K on ins iifiiu. iiii-
the nil com an. I swiiikiu hi his u.i.ili v
anrtaa nt n.inets-. Vthlclt llO S.llll WOllld C
til llu It all He also saw the wounded
piesldent Ijlng on Ills bail; with no ono
near, exicpi a iuvrro and a white vvni'
les At this lie ran to the Metropolitan
liotel for a doctor, and succeeded In llnd
lug Iho latftr Dr. Townsend, whf was long
i onmcled us a ph) Milan with the illy
government. , ,, , , ,,
At the tt lnl of nulteiiu Colonel Poss wns
a witness for the defuise, and detiaii I
Hint to him tho assassin nppeind Insane
while In the depot. The ittstr.il attoiiuy
Hiiircestcil Hint ho need not lie ton ilia
niatic lu his tostlinons, but Colonel Posit
Vnl ed thai he was trjlntf to speak truth-
Hilly of tho matter as it aippenixxl to him.
Just before the execution of Ciiilte.ni a
1.,'f.in.rac twiiiventlon met lu Washington
11 1 -among tho-e attending was it partv
fiom Ntw Hariipsliiie '1 hey wished tn im e
I he assassin one Sundaj, .iml Colonel I oss
iii.ompnnled thun to the Jail While thev
tverti admitted, tho weie told they eon .1
not tio the assassin, as It was strlcily
against ciders Mi. C.orgo Caswol , 11
New ltampshlio man, then cmnloyoil lit
tho Jail, KUffgested that thev might see
Mptaln How gate, who was then confined
there on th charges for vvhl.-h lie hns
slnci been tried. .As they wcie going up
the conldor to his 1 ell, 11 man ame up
in ono of tho cell doois and Colonel 1'oss
said; "Do jou reiiieiubcr me, Mr, iiiil-
f"Yes." the assassin replied; "yon said
n kind word for in.- once, .1 thing which
vet J tew' people del'
At this- ho wedged the (lngors of each
hand together, and pulling them djurt,
OX"Therolwas .1 wedge, like this snlltiinu
.at.. iir.t.iai. mi nnrtv. 1 mil O 1 It out.
Now j nil 'an see tho giailturio of tho
Prompt rtll"' I" ,l-15 lK'ii'1 v be, dlzi-tness,
nausea, constipation, pain In the side, guariil-
teed to those iislint (.'atlef't Little i.ivet nn.
KANi XS 1 1 IX U I. NCI NX A 1 1.
M abash und II. A O. S W
A vestibule sleeping car leives Kansas
City Union depot every day 111 6.J0 p. m.,
via the Wabash railroad, running through
to Cincinnati. O., without ihange, via
H. a O. S. W. railroad from St Iaouls,
urrlvlng in Clnclnnutl at ll:So next morn
ing, niaklns the run In seventeen hours
nnd ten minutes, tho fastest time ever
made. On this tamo train are thtaugti
bliepers to Washington. D, C nalilmoru
and Philadelphia, ami passengers for
points eust of Cincinnati can Blep from tho
Kunsas Clty-Clnclimutl sleeper Into tho
through sleepers any time after leaving
bl. Louis. Passengers for Louisville and
points South leavu the Bleeper at North .
Vernon at 9.31 a. in. I
For Kentucky und South this sleeper U
a greui convenience
sf'0.Vubaif'l.t 'e?'1 im31 ,ofrcrlns
his through car icrvlce bleeping car
.erths secured at Wabash tlckut oillce,
Ninth and Delaware stic.-is, or write to
11. N. UAKIaAiS'D.
Western I'assenser Agent.
Kansas City, Mo.
Now York XX'rckly: We.uy busln. ss man
(hanging to strap) "Whs In crcutlou don't
jou run more i.irs'"'
Stieet cur president "My dear sir, it
would pain 1110 evccdlngly to deptlvo
com icons gentlemen like jourcclf of tho
privilege of giving up a. seal to u lady "
Children Cry for
Tlic fac-Mliiillo -5T ? , ,-,
knowing Tltey nre farts.
1st on pvcrj-
GREAT ST. LOUIS FAIR.
(Iitober 7 In IB, I HII.1 1 Iglitei ntli Aniiiiiil
Parade of tiie Veiled I'roplietti, 1 lies-
dm, Oi lober K. I Kit...
Twelfth seaon of the great St Louis
Imposition, closing October Pi, Wij
Hxi urslon tickets on si, from Sittir
dav. October 5, until Octet, r II good to
return up lo and Inclu.llnir Mondaj, Oc
tober 14 Uouml trl lute J7 ff)
The Ilstiurl Pacific railway, the onlv
line running four express trains dsllv
from Kansas Cltj" lo St. Louis, lave
Kansas Cliy Union ilepiit at 7 ami lfi a
m and 1 .in nnd 'I p. in. Elegant tqnlp
ment, palace (caches, reclining chair
cats on all trains (all sents free) and
Pullman piince sleepeis. Hxcui-sltin tick
ets for sale at Union depot, No WIS
L'nlon aviuue, Oraml avenue depot and
iliv ticket office, No. WO Main street.
L S JHWLTT. Ticket Agent.
Argonaul: At ono time the Preshj ter
lans of Ulster were discussing the ignor
ance and stupldltj- of one of their number.
'And what a notion lie has In his bead
now!" e.xi laimed one ot the eldeis, in dis
tant "ills bead!" echoed one of tho ministers,
"he has no bead! Whnt j-ou call .i head Is
onlv a top-knot thai Ills Maker put there
to keep lilm trom raveling out.'
I'lllllllls 'Itlll I'uunils
Chicago Het old 111 ecu- fto new hot )
"Se. . now. if jou tan litt tills iltlj-pound
bag ot llotii "
Nt vv bov- "No, sir, 1 liin'l."
ilroeei -"Thought j on said you could
cnry tlftj pounds '"
New boj "llm this wnsli t weighed on
jou l units'"
wa.vi i:n iiAi.il iip.i.p.
WANTI1D Permanent work for active
mtn Salnrj- or loinmlsslon nnd . xpenses,
experience unnrecssaij; gootls thorougiily
practical, pa sure system perfei t. Ad
dress IC. S Co., M Slimmer st..lloston.Mass.
WANTRP Active salismen tn represent
us; no peddling; snlary J7j lnnntbly und nil
expenses, goods eiuliely new, p,n tit uliirs
free Address P O. llox- MOS, lloston. Mass
.M11N to take orders in everj- town ami
eitj ; no delivering, good vviges; pa week
ly, no capital Stei.ly work.
iILlLN IIUHS, llfK-hester, N Y.
WANTHD Dramatic people for "Uncle
Tom's Cabin," nbo tellable .voting man,
silarj fJ pel daj. Upstairs, r2l Main .si
WANTHD "Ti men to pick apples nnd dig
jiotntoes. Pslierg, 7.M Main, upstairs
WANT11D Two J oung men,
week. 9 XX'est (th st room l.
f 10 p. r
Sll'TIOV IV XNTIIIl 1IAI.P.
-Posiuon us tredit man in Job
Addlts.s P 4.11, Jotirn il nlllie.
I'ltl'I.OVIlI'M' ,1111 M'll's
nml furnished looms. 10-l'b Hast Uth. cor
vvainut. it I. Hi i I lie nest place in t t
Mo, to llnd help or situations, male or fe-
male, 11 jears' experience, lief. Om.ilu
Nut bink. Omaha; Citizens' limit. K. C.
TO HUNT IIHUSCS.
TO HHNT-Ily .insilPH PLl'Mll
ltiiu.il ugent suieo lsv)
"ol Ntw llngliml liuildins
Salt Morrill ive, r.-iooin bouse, i.
SJ0 Tracy ave 5-room cnttigc, Jio
1711 11 11th St., ii-iooni house, ill
1711 II Hth st , il-rooin house, HI
.Vila Cherry st , 0-roorn In Ick, jjo
I0n7 Lj'dl.i nve. B-roum liniise. ilti 10
To HUNT lilt! West ICth st . near cor
ner of Central st .the most desirable house
for rent on the XX est bide; nine rooms nnd
tilth, every modem convenience, newly
decorated, south ami east exposure: price,
ill) MI'LLIIlIt ItLALTY COMPANY',
Tel 1175. 818 Wyandotlo Bt.
TO RUNT Nice olllco rooms in tho New
Itidgc building, suitublo for oillce, single
nr double, nlsj large rooms for sample on
second, third, fourth or llfth Moor, some
of the most drliable oillce rooms In the
rlty- Apply William V. Itldge, Nnv Itldge
TO HUNT Two very desirable otilce
rooms, on second floor of Hunker building,
Uth and Wall. Alex Flndlnj-. agent, room 5.
HACKS onened and rcnalred. bought and
sold, Combination locks cteuned uud
changed. II. HAllltlOAN. K.vpert,
Telephone ISSI. 1W Hast Tuith nt.
LAHIICSI Chichester's English Pennyroyal Pillj
(llain.,i,,l PrtoJ), jwo tllO UttSt. I a't, Hclllla t.
T 111 MUI. SatJ J , U4S, I I la.rala.Ua, "Milt
U Utat't, umio. Nttttirp Mail., ai Piwihi,
Chlchcsur CheiulcarOo., I'll UU,, P4,
sent man eti people. Spec u ty Co., Ourro I
, ' ,
IIOItsLS AM) CAItniAdl'.S.
for and leturned. Calves raised.
MAitK S. .SALlSHPttV. lndependence,.Mo.
MItS. L. JAM11S, the well known clalr
vojaut und trance medium, may be con
sulted at UfJ Urand uve.. parlors S3 and 10.
T1IH Kuhsas Citv Metal Roofing &. Cor-
rutatlug Co., C6 Delaware. Tel. 138.
&f7S, JCtiCAtM wrapper.
run !Ai.i:-iti:t. 1:1 pah
IOII 8X1,1; Wllunhl.. mnl I til. I. !,
tcr. s in Putnam Co. Mo, on line of 1 .".
XX I!. It roal runs fiom w to IS Inches,
'11 ulj lllikerless, 11 1 esslble bv shaft or
drift nmklng, also n aires in lown, of
eiiM value, nn I will tie sill pep-tratilv
or togihei, ror iiaril. ulars ml lrr .1. C.
Heem, (Jen Am . What Chert, la , or C. M,
1'. em, Agt., Dfipwnler, ,lo.
til iIm:m pii xpi;m
ItLSl'.XUItANT fOlt HAM I have ono
of tile bent imJIiir, bent Incited, most com
plein ritiiirnnts in the uij for milo, IVr
pirtiriitnts rll on or address ,v X" Par
t ir, No 3..' Sew Votk Life bull ling, Kali
his Citv, Mo
XXAN'l'l'.li.v mtli..r It. n well istlalt.
llshetl retnil grocery business, must I, ive
,. i... h. .,. , a.i ..--i. ,t i . i...... .
for a gotxl man. Address P .Ti., Journal
Poll SLM;--Chrnp for ensti, one of the
best In. ated grmeiy stores otl Hie liist
side Impilie at Iihg llros.', wholesale
rem .-i. 1,1: miicki.IiA Minus.
Ullbe Desk" Htan.llliB Disks, It.illlng Tup
Desks, Lctiei Piess Stands, uitpe Chnlrs
II M HO HUS. ;i,l Central.
roil HAIill- Chenp. n scholarship In each
of the two tending liuslmss college In tho
city. VO nnd Hit N. X. Life bldg.
POIt MALI! 2 II P cis engine; ns good
ns new. It P Itoiiuds' Truss and Limb
factory 10 W 9lli st.
Ill I IIP MI'ltl HAMS.
XX lit) handles voiir itrnvngo? Do vou get
otiUk, relluble service? Does jou. trnns
ter lompiiny look out for jour Interests?
If jou linvc good reasons for n change, we
would be pleased to hcur from sou. Pur
nlture pneked nnd shipped. Ueneral trans
MIDLAND THANSKIlIt COMPANY,
Phone tfd? f? nnd tM Wynndotte St.
Miixr.v id in.tv.
TO LOAS'-llnO nt lowest rnles on Im
lunveii clit prop, llj Applj to la. .MoHSli,
MOMlt T(i I.OAN-qinck. lovt rates
II. L JOILNSON CO Jt V Life bide
NOTIIINO icnovatcH nnd Invigorates and
etirkhiK the blood like Dr. Kuj's lluio
vntor. Al II C Ai Hold's, "th and Main sis
er J. P Kenmulr,
Main nnd Walnut.
watch nnd olockmak
G East 10th St., bet
Hill sl -i;-;C COAL,
ItlCH. oily and clean to handle; burns to
a white ash nnd won't slack by exposure,
n home industry. Now Is the time to buy
jour coil Pel. S101 or 1073.
L T. HHll.MDON, Agt for ComPiny.
American Bank tildg.
XX limtHAS. the Cliurth Cliarlty Associa
tion of Kanaa Cltj, .Missouri, nnd Nathan
iel C.I. int. Thomn.s K. Hannn. It II Hunt,
tleorge M Shelley, I" T. Hndlond. O Y
Smith, ileorge J Keating. John A Me
Don lid. C. A Chase. A li Trumbull
J K. Stark, llenjamln McLean trustees of
said nssoi latlon, by their deed of trust,
dated October idli, ISSI, and recorded In the
nlllce of the iccoider of deeds of .Intksnn
county, .Missouri, at Knnas I'll, the 17th
dav of October. IxSI. In book It 110. at
pnge 3JI, and re-recorded In snld oillce on
the 11 tli dav of November, IMI, In book
II 111, at pnge 2IG, com cm d to the under
signed ns trustee, the following described
reul estite In Jucksoii count, Missouri fo
wl!. Lots numbered is, is, "0. :i. all in
block numbered to. In Peerv place, nn ad
dition to the Cltj of Kansas, now Kansas
City, Missouri, as the same nre maiked
nnd designated on the recorded plat of
snld addition. In the oillce of snld recorder
of deeds. Said convetunee tit Ing made lu
trust to secure the payment of live prom
Issorj notes, one fot tsi.tMi ta), nnd the other
four for JiXO tit) each Now, therefore, de
fault having been mule in the pattiient of
said not' for .0 no. nn.l s.Ud ,.0t, ,eng
still unpaid. I. llu undersigned trustee, at
the request of the legal owner nnl holler
of sii, note for JS,tifsli), In accordance with
said dctd of tiust, and the uuthorliv the' -In
vtsted in me. villi sell the above dt -scribed
reul eslute at public vindiie, to
the highest bidder, for cash, at the south
front door of Hie countj couit bouse of
Jackson touiitv', Missouri In the eln- nt
Knnsns Cltj- In said count, on the 'nth i
iiaj or iiciouer ivj, nciwten me hours
of !' o'. lock n in and !i o'clock p. m , to
satisfy said J,0i) ft) note und the coat of
txecutlng till" i rust
UUtniNl'IC LATHItOP, Trustee
Wollman .V- New, nttoimys.
'IIH'sTUIl'S SALN Ily n.uoii ot default
In the ).i)inint of a certain promissory
note and Interest therton, descilhed In the
dte.l of tiust dated the th day of J-inuaiy
It'll, given b P. O O Dell and Anna
0 Dell, his wife, nnd Ill.d for record in
the oillce of tho recorder of deeds for
Jiukson county, nt Kanas C ty, M ssourl
on the Jlst duy of January lsil anil tliere
rciorded In book It No 4 in. nt p ige ii7t
tho undersign, d will, at the rttjuiht uf
the legil owner of sail note, and in pur
suance of the power listed in it lij s iid
dctd of trust, at the west door of tint
postolllce. limine nt the southenst corne
or Ninth and Walnut streets. In Kansas
Cltj. Jackson count)', Missouri, betw.en
the hours of nlno o'clock In tho forenoon
nnd live o'clock In Hie ntternonn on Mon
day, October II. !Wi, stll at public auctii.n
to the hlghet bidder, for ensh. nil of hit
numbered two hundred and forty-four CI I)
lu bloal; numbi red two (21. of the resiir
vej of Whipple's so. ond nddliiin to the
City of Kansas (now called Knn-ns Opt)
Missouri, ns the same is marked nr d d s g.
nnteil on the recorded plat of said ad II-
1 lort In the olltte of the recorder of di e Is
for said Jnckson count, Miss uiri. nt
Kansas City, and apply the proceeds r,f
.i.ild sale to the pa) merit nt the Indebted
Hiss secured by snld deed or trust, nnd
the costs or exi.uting tills trust. D.ltnl
Septemlii r I1). IX.ij
MiSSOL'ltl UNION TUIJST COMPANY,
llj- C. W. WHITRIIRAD. Its rre'slUnt.
W 11 Pljnn. Attorney
NOI'K'i: TO CONTUACTOnS-The un
di rslgned will on the lOtlt duy of Otiobtr.
1S9", ul the east front door of the iourt
house, cor ol Missouri live, uud Onk st ,
Kansas Pity, Mo, at the hour ot ; o'clo, ;
p 111., of that day. let by public oillci) to
Hie lowest lesponsilib bidder. Hie doing nr
the following, subject 10 the appiov.il of
tbn county conn Hulldlng south pier or
Prospect live and Hrusli crtek bridge, vvllh
tint option of lilting the north pier nt the
same pilee per cubic said at pleasuie of
couit. Speciileatlons may be seen nt the
olllco of county survejor, In the court
house A t.ish deposit or ecrtiued t liei If
for two hundred (100) dollars to bo depos.
lied lis each bidder, which shall bei nine
forfeited to the county on failure to mulct
satlsfacioiy bond T J O'PLAHHUTX",
County Suiveyor and Hildgn Commissioner
N'OTICi; TO CONTltACTOltS-Tbe 1111
deifilgnctl will, on the Jim day of Octnlier,
tS'JO, at tho east finnt door of the mint
house, corner of Missouri nve. and Oak si
Kansas Cits. Mo, nt the hour of ; o' I, i
p 111, of Hint day, let bv public mini) 1.1
the lowest responsible bidder, the doing of
the t allowing, subject to tho appiowi. of
thu countj couit Untitling wooden biidge
in sec. r, twp 17 ig. .tl; building uouileu
bridge In sec. J. twp. 17, ig U Spcclllcu
tlous may be seen nt tho oillce of tho
county survejnr In tho .court house A
ensh deposit or eertliled check for iwo
hundred J'J0) tollnis to Im deposlti.l b)
each bidder, which shall become foi felted
10 tho county on fallum to mnke satisfac
tory bond T. J. O'PLAHIHtTY
County Survejor and llrldgo Coinmllonei
ASRlCNHll'.S NOTICE KOIt IIEAIUNC.
Claims All credliors of C U. Schooling
nnd L. Slulllng will taMi notice thut I vvllL
on tiie 30th day of October, iS'Xi, between
tho hours of 9 und 5 o'clock, ut my oillce.
No. 113 Walnut St.. Kiilisus City Jackson
county, Missouri, proceed publicly to ,i.
Just ami nllovv demnnds iigalnst the estate
unci olfects usslgued by said Schooling nnd
Stalling for the benefit of eredltois. contln.
iiliig said hearing during the two following
dns. Clalmi not prtsenttd at that llmu
will bo dibatred from benetit of said us.
slcnment O. C. HX'ANS, Assignee.
Uatetl October 1st. IMi.
N'OTICi; OPSTOCIvIIOLUHfiS' MIlTTF
Ing Public nolle 0 Is hereby given that tho
annual meeting of the shareholders of tho
Missouri l'nlon irnst Oompans. Kansas
Cltj', Missouri, for thu election of a board
of directors for mid corporation, nnd for
such olhtr business as may properly como
before the meeting, will be held nt the of.
Ilea of said company. No. 801 Wjandotte
street, Kaiis-is lilj-, Missouri, on Wednes
day, the Dili ilay of October, lbDX. at nlno
(9) o'clock tn the forenoon of that day.
MISSOURI PNION TIll'ST COMI'A.Nfi-.
liy C. XX'. WlUTnill-AD, I'Ves
j. H. HOXX'liANI), Secretary.
NOTICK TO STOCKHOLDllltSNotlc
Is hereby given that a milling of tho
stockholders of the Winner Ileal llstato
Company will bo held at tho otilce of tho
coinpan). 719 Delaware St.. Kansas Citj.
Mo., on Tuesday, Oct. tho 8th, at the hour
of 9 o'cloa-k lu the forenoon of said das,
for tho purpose of electing a board of di
rectors for the ensuing jear and the trans
action of such other business as may le
gally como before such meeting.
WILLARD E. WINNER, Secretary.
Kansas City. Mo., Sjt. 87. &.
... ...if-. .'- ... f. n-, . ti-n i.ni .(i.,..vvji..Aka ... i. . . .- . A......
XXIIMtUAH, hrlk u lierKinnn m
'lustat Hcrgman, her huslmnu, uy tl..
deed of trust, dated the llttn .my ot Mil
I'lW, rciorded in the ttli ,mj ol .Mm
A. H, use, m book If liw, m I
in the ullbe of ihe rnoniii oi Uf ..-.
Jaek'on loiiiuj, .io , at ltuii t-iij, . i
Vef. to Hit. tltl.ietnglml tlltslre l,e I
.owing destribed I'lop. tly, in seu.t .on j
of J in-1. sou and state of Missouil. lo m.
.vii or me wesi lullj-fuur till lei vi i .
stiow riKlll -1'IKIll ICOI IClt Ul IMt lIMll.w .
Ihlrticn nj), m Htinins iid.lliion tu tl.
City or ltillisas (now Kuiiihis UitJ), Mi
murl, ns the mid lot Is msrktd end ut
Ignnted on the recorded plat of sa.d .. u
lion, on Hie ml oi record in the oltl t
of the ncordcr of deeds tor Jm ksuii mun
ty, at KniuHis enj, together with all the
' "'"' . P"viifi:e ami appui ' -
'" "" '- n,'"K. '" ,'"'-"'', "'"'"
' or init tirtiiclii.il t.rumlssorv bote aiul 1 1
lions In snld ilreil .if trust descrlb. I
ntnl. , whereas, default has be 11 l"',
in the pnimnt uf the prlhilpnl priun
lsory note nnd the . oui on. which mi
luted Mnrch fth, If.'S, wherelore, the
whole of nald indebtetlniss is now due
nnd pas able, nnd unpaid; now. tli'r";
fore, piiltlic notice Is hereby given Unit
under and by virtue of the powtrs to m
given by snld dent of trust. In accordance
with Its terms, nt the rupiest cf the owner
ntnl legnl holder of said holes, 1, Otlver H
Dean, trustee, ns afoiesnld, will proiee.1
to sell the nbove disirtlted property and
nny and every Pnrt thereof nt public veil'
due to the highest bidder, nt the south
front door of the building now used by
the Halo circuit court of Jackson count)
Missouri, ns a loiirt hoiie. In Knnsis
City, Mo, being the new county otirt
bouse, on the block bounded bv Missouri
incline, Pifth street, Dak and laociit
Hreets. on Prlduv. the 11th day of Octo
ber, IW, between the hours of 9 o'clo k
In (he forenoon and & o'cloi k tu the after
noon of thnt dtt. for rash, for the pur
poses of pa) Ing the snld debt then by se
i tired nnd the costs und expctnts uf ex
ecuting this trust
Ol.I Villi II DI1.XN. Trustee.
l"Mwnrd C Wright, Attorney.
TKUSTUI.'H SALH-XVherenr, L.uiib.tln
K. Irwin nnd KIK It Irwin, wife of said
Iimhdln L Irwin, by deed of trust dated
the sixth dn) of June, one thousind eight
hundred and eight) seven, tiled for record
June tenih, 1V7. and recorded In the oillce
of the recorder of deeds. Jucksoii count),
Missouri, at Kansas City, In book II -Hi. at
pnge 3im. eonve)td In Lewis It Smith,
trustee, the follow lug described rent estate,
fltunt- In the county of Jackson, In the
stnte of Missouri, to-wlt South seventeen
(17) feet of lot six 10. nnd tho north six
teen (16) fret of lot seven (71 In nil thirty
three J3 feet. In Irwin A- Morrell's nihil
tion lo the Cltj of Kuns.is, now Knnsis
City, Missouri, together with nil the build
ings, structures and jinnrovemetils thereon,
to secure the nrlnrlpil note and coupons
nttached to said pilnclpal note In paid deed
of trust described, mil whereas, default
hns bcn matte In the pnjrnent of pnl.l prin
cipal note In said deed of trust described
ntcordlng to the conditions of snld deed ot
irnst, now, therefore, public notice Is here
by given that I the undersigned trustee,
will, by virtue of the power nnd nulliorllv
to mc given by snld deed nt trust, nnd of
every other power. 1110 thereto enubllng,
nnd In nccordnnce with the terms nnd con
ditions ot snld deed of trust, it the reaurst
of the legal owner and holder of said note,
proceed lo sell the real crtate desirlheil
sbnie nt public vendue, to the highest
bidder, for cash, at the front door of ihe
Jnckson countj- circuit court house. In the
City uf Kansas, now Kansas City, afore
rntd, on Moiidny, the seventh da) of Oc
tober, 1!V. nt two o'clock In the afternoon
of thnt day, for the purpose of paving the
debt by snld deed of trust sei tirnl und the
costs and expenses of executing this trust.
LI1WIS It SMITH. Trustee.
F. XV. C.rlllln. Attorney.
THUSTflira SALK - Whereas, John
Foley, n single m in, bv his deed of trust,
dated Iicrunher 7th, A D PS9, tiled for
rtcor.l December tub. W1, and recorded In
the oillce ot re order of deeds for Jack
son count) Missouri. In bonk H. No 3S I.
paije ITS, convevtd to the undersigned trus
tee certain real tstate lvlng nn 1 being sit
uate In the count) of Jit. kt-oti. In the stule
of Missouri, nnd described 11s follo.ts to-wlt-
All of lot eighteen (lSi. in IMgewood
heights, nn addition to Kins is Clij-. Mis
souri (fornieriv the Cllt of Kansas) ,n
Ihe sime uppenrs b) pi it now nn tile in
the rn-order's ol!le , nt Knnsis City, Mis
souri, which sul I deed of trust wis made
to secure the pnjinent of one prlnelp il
promissory note therein described and In
terest coupons thereto attached, and.
whereas, sild principal promissory note
and last three Intert si coupons have be
come due and now n main wtioll unpaid,
now. thirefore, nollie Is hereby given
that 1. tiie undersigned trustee, at the
request of the legal holder of said In
debttdncss, will, In anordance with the
ttrms nnd provisions of said deed of
trust, proceed to sell the real estate there
in tlipirlbtd lit public vendue to the lilgh
tst bidder for cnt nt the west door of
the Unltid Slates custom house In Kansas
City. In Hit? countv of Jml.snn Missouri,
on Tiicsdn). the ighlh d 1) of Octnlier. A
D lS.Ti, between the hours of nine o'clock
In the forenoon and live o'clock In the
afternoon of said day. to paj olf nnd snl
Isfv said note and interest coupons, to
gethei Willi the costs and expenses of ex
ixuttng ibis litisl
SlT.I'Ill.N N riSHIlH. Tru-tee
TRIJSTIlll'S SAL11 XXherens John Po
le), a single man, by his deed of trust,
dated lien tribe r 7th. A U nil, tiled for
retord Occtmber 0th. lSaJ, nnd recorded In
the oillce of recorder ot deeds for Juck
aon county. Missouri, 111 book II, No. .Is),
page IC'I. ronvive.l to the undt rslgned (rus
tic certa n real r.st.ite lying nnd being slt
uite lu the totinty of Jn. kson, in the state
of Missouri und ilest.rlbt.il as follows to
wlt All of lot seventeen 07). In IMgewood
heights, an addition to Kanns City, Mia
futirl (formerlv the city of Kansisi, as the
same appeus bj plit now on lilu In the re
terder's otilce at Kansas Cliy, .Missouri,
which slid deed of trust wns inide to se.
cure the pnyment of one prlnclp-il prom
issory note, ther In described, md interest
iniiponr ih. rete 11tt.11 hi J, nnl when as.
-nl J principal promissory nolo ani last
three Interest columns have become due
1 nnd 1.0 v remain vvholl) unpaid, now, there
fore, noiice Is hereby glvtn thai I. the un
ite rslgii-d trustee nt the requttt of the
bg.il h'ltier of "aid indelitedntss. will. In
aitur.lanre wun tno terms ami provisions
uf siul deed of trust, proteed lo i-i II tho
lenl esitite tin "till .bsiiihed at public vi n
duo to the hlRln st bidder, for .ash. at thu
west ioor of the Pulled States custom
house ,n Kansas Clt) In Ih. 1 ounty of
Jackton Missouri on Tuesdnj. the eighth
duy of October. A D IOi betwe. n the hours'
ul nl 10 o'cloi k tn the foienoon nnd live
o'tlock In the afternoon uf said day. to
pay oir anil satisfy salt! note and interest
coupons together with the costs and ex
penses of iw I'liK this tru-t
STP.I'llLN N. PISH Hit. Trustee.
TUUSTHP.'S S.XLU-Wliereas, John Poley.
n slngli man, by his deed of trust, dated
Deiembcr 7th, .- 1 '-A '"' d for retord
December Sib. lSss. and record-d tn the
oillce of recordtr of detds fur Jackson
t ounty. .Missouri. In book H No ,'!)7. page 10
tonvujed to the undersign, d tr;;stee ci rtaln
real estate Islng and being sltiute In the
eoiinty of Jackson, In the suite of Mis
sourl, nnd described ns follows, to-wlt All
of lot sixteen th"), In Hdgewonl heights,
an addition to Knnsns Clt Missouri (1 lr
merly the City of Knnsns), as the same
iilineais by libit now on tile In the record
er's olllco at Kansas City. Missouri, whl. It
Slid deed of trust was male to senile the
nasnient of one principal proiulKsiuy notii
therein described and Interest coupons
thereto ntim hed, and whereas said prln
1 Iml promissory note an I last three in
terest coupons have become- due und now
remain wholly unpaid, now. therefore, no
tice. Is herebv given that I, the undersign? 1
trustee nt the request of the legal holder
of said indebtedness, will. In accordance
with tho terms and prov Islotis of said deed
of trust proceed to sell the real estate
therein described at public vendue to tho
hlihest bidder, for cash, at the west
ilnor of the Pnltcd States custom house in
Kansas City. In tho county nf J ickson
Missouri on Tuesday, the eighth day of
fictober A I) 1MV between the hours or
nine o'clock in the forenoon and II e o'clock
in the -ifternoon of said day to pay off
and satisfy saltl note and Interest coupons
together with the costs and expenses of
axecutlni' this trust
tx c l STI1P11I1N N PlSIinP,. Trustee.
Iho lowest respnnsiiiie nniaer, suitject lo
the approval or ino county court, the
buildiuK of the following work: One wire
suspension biidge. or wooden tru bridge,
over Vese) brunch, near blbley; two wool
en bridges o" '"01.r0u.'i B'.?'n 3l- town
shin II, lunge 30. bpeclllcutli ns for sumo
may be seen at otilce uf the eninty sur
veyor, tn the court house, at K'iii.m Cliy
A Vash deposit of Wor certlil d che k
tor suih amount to be dinMied with
each bid. which will be forfeited o county
on failure to mako satlsf ictory boinl
011 ' P. J O'PLAHPUTT.
County Buries ur and Hrldge Comm.
Dated Stl'ta -3''a HiO:.
NOTlCil of application for discharge of
assignee Notlte .Is hereby given to th
tredltors of the Luee & Pusacll Shoe and
Trunk Company that on the Jlst day of
October, ut the opening of court, nr as soon
thereafter as counsel can be heard, I shall
ippl). in UlvUlon No. 3 of the Jackson
county circuit court, at Kansas City. Mis
souri, tor a discharge, front my trust as ai
signed of the said Luce & Kussell Shoo and
Trunk Company. W. J. ELLIOTT.
isslgn I-uco & Fuaaell shoe ami Trunk
CUlSlgUecl WHL u" aja-awwci It'll, 13M, It. me
east front dour of tho count) court i.nu e,
ut Kansas Cliy. ut ciitr.tr uf Ml-a .iiri
.ive und Oak sts . let by public outer), nt
uie hour of 2 oilock n. m. of that duy. to
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SI VI Mil IM' IIIHIXIIXX XX'.
FOR A CAKRiAGS Oi BAU0AGS WACO'i.
, Prompt uud Idlhihlt
Ml niHXfll Xltdl s Illlt Ml. HI' XXHUK
Till STI 11 H SALI1XX bereus i ml il n
11 Irwin and Klta II Irwin, wife of said
Iaumbdm L' Irwlu. Ii dted of trust ft toil
thu sixth dus of June, una thousand tight
hundred nnd eight) -ev"". "I1'"1 ,or rc Til
Jiiim tenth, one thousand eight hundruil
und eighty-seven, nnd nvordcd in the of.
Deo of ititi lecorder of deeds, Jaiksuu
1 ounty, Mlssouil, ut Kunsas City, tu book
J33, at pago teJl, lonvejel to l.twis It.
Smith, trustee, the following dismi 4 rial
tstalo, tiliuto In the coumy of J.tksoii.
in the slutc of Missouri, lu-wlt Lot llvo
ti). und north eight (4) feel of lot sin ltd,
In Irwin .X: Morrells uddltloii to the p ty
of lvunsas. now Kansas Cty, Missouri.
lo secure tho prlnilpil noto und icupint
nttachid to said prliicipil pule, in t n 1
ilv'td of trust dtscrlbed: und. vvbereus, tie.
fault has been made In thu p.utntnt of
sulci jtllnclpul lieitu ill snld deed of trust
dtscrlbed. according to the tondltious of
suit died uf trust; now. thirefore, publlo
liotfto is hereby given thut I, the under,
signed trustee, will, by virtue of the power
und authority to mo given by said deed
of trust, uud tif ever) other power me
iheit'lu enabling, and in uicurdanco wUi
the terms und conditions ut said deed of
tiust, ut the rcnuest ut the legal owner
and bolder of said note, nrocitid to sell
tba rral estate described above at publlo
vendue, to the hlglust blddur, foi cash, at
the front dour of the Jut kson county clr.
rult tourt house, in the City of Kansas,
now Kansas City, aforesaid, on Monday,
the seventh day of October, one thousand
eight hundred und ninety-live, at two
o'clock in the afternoon of that day, for
the puipose of paying the debt by said dee4
ot trust secured, and the costs and ei
censesof executing this trust.
LEW1B K. SMITH Trut-
F. Vr. Griffin. Atlorny.