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Tin-: kws.? rrrv joruwr nnn Octobers m-.
MORRILL ON PARDONS.
tiii: mivrnsoit in pi.ii to -mi mi:
t'ltlltOI't.M1" O.N Ills I.LMI.M.'.
tll Pnrdonlns; Kcrnrd n tnnipxreil Willi
"Thill nf III l,rrilprror-ltllllcnl
tie lint llr'et tin- t'nlli nf
the I't cutler.
Topek-i. Kit , Oct. 1?.-3tvelnU "Horc,"
mA Ooietnor Morrill to the reporter for
1he Jo irnfll to-day, as he handed over a
tllpptng from n. nevvittapr "read thl edi
torial iwrniirftph from I,eH-ptiworth pa
Jut, and then try nnd comprehend how
Id' tnm nre th path of n K(inn of
Tli clipping In auction rends n fol
low ' The seem In hi the day when It Is
' rj cany for n rrlmlnnl to secure n pardon
from the Kansns tsjtiltentlury. Convict
1 v Inrge itmnbci nre being released before
the expiration of their ententes. Hither
our JurU nnd Judges make n vast number
if mistakes, or efe Oovernor .Morrill nnd
the board of pardons am enslly gulled by
clever law ere, who Ret up pelltlon and
lor.ii evidence. "
"1 have een similar articles In n number
of other Kniim papers," eonllntieil the
governor, "and I am nt a loo to under
Htatid what ptiriisc the edltorK expect to
errvr by printing urh tolally unwarranted
Ftfltcmeiit. Since my Iniiuauratlon, In
January last, I have pinioned from tlio
pcnllmtlnry jut thirteen p-ron, every
Ine of whom lore the reeommend.itlon of
.ho boird of pinions, bnoked by reasons
.fhleh should sntlsfy the sternet atteklcr
fJr rel'Mitles Juttii.
Dining th tlrst nine months of hi ad
mln,ltr.itlon Hovel nor Lrwcllltig piidoned
swiut)-nlnc convict, l'or the ame T" rlod
In this administration of Oovernor Hum
Jdire) the pirdon numbered tlilrt.v-alx
You i-IIl observe that my predecessor re
lcafd from two to three times in many
convict b- an I hive done during the r.tme
number of months.
"Then are but two way to account for
1hre mlMlutuni nts In the newspaper.".
One l dishonesty of purpose, which leads
1o tv III til nntiuths, and the other Is a mis
understanding oC certain olllcinl reports
vhli h go out rucularly from this olllcc.
There is a law which authorizes the gov
crnor to leitore to civil rights, on account
nf good conduct, anv convict, to take ef
fect not more than ten du)s from the time
of expltatlou of sentence Hut to mako
this effective a p-irdon from the governor
Is required. I ion receipt of a list of con
victs, whoso terms are about to expire,
together with a. recommendation from the
vviiiden, It has Llvas been the custom of
governors to Kraut the pardon". A list of
Mich sent out to the public without e.
jilonatlon mlht possibly warrant the be
lief that a Kovcrnor was pirdonlns ron
xlcLs Impioperly or too freely, and pome
other word otiKht to be used to designate
tlila act on the part -of the executive of
fice. "1 bave been ery reluctant to crant per
ilous. It h.ii ahvavs seemed to me to be a
jiower which a povernor should use -with
xtreme caution. Occasionally a case Is
presented, howcxer. In which the Rientest
Injustice hn been done the convict. I have
3md several can's befon- me durliiK the
j,ijt nlno inonthsi, In which testimony dis
covered ubseiiient to the conviction
jiroved beyond a doubt that the- convicted
men weio entirely Innocent of the crime
eharsed. Courts and Juries often make
Kr.ive mistakes. An inapeotlon of the rec
ordH In the bo.nd of pirdons' olllcc will
s-how Instances xvheie the Judge who pre
sided nt the trial has later tiled a written
statement, In which he s.avs the xetdlct of
the Jury was not warranted bv the evi
dence, I sometimes think, as 1 look over
jnrdon papers, that Judues. proiecutlnp
attorneys anil Juries are nearly a.s culpable
us the person accused. Between them they
xv 111 fret a man Into the penitentiary upd
ihen come here with .statements that they
did not believe him sullty nt the time they
found him so. The probxbllltles me that
there Is hardly a convict In the peniten
tiary who could not to-day set the slsna
ture of the Jiitors who convicted him to
a petition a-sklns bin pardon. Xo one who
Js not familiar with the executive of
llce or the work of the board of pardons
tan have a conception of the pre.ssme
xvhleh is brought to bear ceaselessly for
executlvo clemency. Knowing these facts
I believe I have erred in the direction of
severity rather than towaid leniency."
itr.Tfim Titv a sr.vr (iiiui.vanof.
Compile itlonn Attenillnir I'rciposed I'avlng
on Oak Strei t.
Some time ago the upper house defeated
nn oidmanee to pave Oak street, from
Fifteenth to Nineteenth, as there was a
majority remonstrance against tho pro
posed impiovemont. Later enough signers
xvlihdrcw- their names from the remon
stianee to mako a majority of the tulnoi
iiy The question then nroe xv hither or
not the .same ordinance could be pissed, or
xvheiher It was necessai v to Intruilm e an
ntlrely new measure. The point was too
deep for the aldennon, so It was refeneil
to the city counselor. Judge .McUougal fln
islitd his opinion yesterday. He holds that
s the ease Is without plecedent tt would
be safe! to Intioduie a new ordinance.
runt m:xv ci.i:i:ks.
Kleitlon C'oinuilsHbiiiers PeeurH thn Help
Ni'inli'il In Hush ItedUlrlrtllig,
The election commissioners appointed
foui additional cleiks for their olllce sester
iuy Tluy are Henry Uartman and Pari
IJ, Vrooman, by the Democratic members,
and Howard Sanford und Charles A. Iluvvk
bj Joseph Harils, the Itepubilcan repie
It Is thought tho commission rs will be
gin to re-preclnet the clij limnisll itolj
As the new law de-lgnutes that n preilnct
shall be icprtscnted by not more than 3iJ
voters. It is thought fliat theie will be near
ly 1(V precincts in thu new arrangement of
XVnter Itebitu Ordliuinee signed.
The oidlnnnce iillawlng xvater consumers
who inoxi' bi fore the quarter h,us explrisl (i
...!, fAH .. I. ., II,.., 1.... . ....I I .. ... !.. I
i' "nil; ,' niiii, niiv hi' iiaiu ,1.13 jll,llcu
by Jluyor Uavls josterday.
r. T. Heals, C3S 1'rospect, brick dwelling,
.Me, Dm k mid iiilkid IIiihIiiios,
The Kansas City l'alnt, Oil and Varnish
Club held Its Hist fall meeting at th .Mid
land last evmlng. The meeting was pre
ceded by .1 dlniut. There were slioil talk
on bnsluiss n in I a repoit of the imtlonui
meeting by Mr. J. .M. Uavlson, who was.
pivtH.nl -Mr. ,x,irtln, of l'hlladelphla, was
a guest, and -Muor Uavlx was also jirrscut
W. S. Aldrldge, lloche.ster, N, V Is at
J, S. Meadows, Chicago, Is at tho Coates.
A, W Thompson, Newark, N. J , Is at
M P. Heldlng, Now York, is at the
W, T. Thayer, Concord, Is at tho Coates,
Scott, Tort Hill, 1, T Is at the
Stephens, St, Tiuls, la at the
Singer, Indlanaiiolls, is at tho
A. 11. Uurtls, Cleviland, Is at tho Coates.
1', Sf, Hi uner, l)atoti, O., Is at tho
Jamei Stone, Dallas, Tex,, Is at the
John H, Cautmui, Dallas, Tex,. U at tho
W, K. Thorne, J'hoenlx, Cal Is ut the
t, sr. Illtchens, Sprlnfe-neld, .Mo., is nt
II. laicllo Uii Hols, Lexington, Ky U at
tho k toria.
O. V, Sillier, St. ioul, Is at tho Victoria.
U. 13. llnrrts, Chlcaao, Is at tho Victoria.
I'rcd J, (jotild, of Cincinnati, U at tho
J, A. I'Viguson, of St. Ivotils, is ut tho
I Yank S. 'urren, of Concord, N, JI Is
at tho New Albany,
J. IX Inabee, of Stafford, Kas., is at
the New Albany,
J, Q. Jones, of Malta llcnd, Mo., Is at
tho Ismv Albany.
lU'nry Cadle, of Hethany, SIo., Is.ut tho
CVutes House, He is state secietuiy of
the Sons of tho itovolutlun, and la heio to
attend the banquet to-morrow evening.
Hon. Hurry J. Hone and wife, of Ash
land, Kus., are at the Coates House on a.
bridal tour. They vvcro married Tuesday,
Sir. Hone is a member of the Kunsas legis
lature from Clark county.
A. Ii. Wulker, a prominent mill owner, of
rvdmnhtiH. CI.. Iw In Kansas CTltv looking
after large business interests hv hus here. J
FOURTEEN DIVORCES GRANTED,
Among 'I hem that nf Citrollur Writer
the Mngir, mid s,vrfal Other
of I mislilnriihli Iniirrsl.
Jtidgn Senrrltt. nlm ban the rri'ilnl1on
of beinpr the unnlest adjuster of matrimo
nial differences of nnv mnu on the circuit
benrh, Kmiitril dlVDnen to fonrtfCli mis
mated wive and hunbaudu jMterdny nft
Tlui Irfitilrtfti were v!iioii-teertlon.
emolty, drink, non-iipport and constitu
tional grounds. The people wra of nil
elnMfs from n miviir of a rilvrr mine
to R rlrcu elovxn, and the- cn vvfrfi
dlV)st of with a dlspxleh that Mtxflteil ft
Jiustlce or the penee front Kutisaii, who had
wtindi rul Into the coutt room, Into say
"tlosh, It would tike nil mv marriage
for two yem t ftirnleli hlhi with nub
Jeel for one dnj's xotk."
The ca which atttaeted the most at
tention, from the eronxl of wttnee, court
house looreni ami ruilolt peekers was
Ihftt of Uartle U Llark iinnlnst William
W . Clark. Jlrn Clark Is i woman who In
w i II into tho prime of life, She ban dark
blue , a wavy mn of unburn hair,
und MM n Hvry that In ixunantU enomrh
for the ptot or a novnl Xlr. Clnik stal
that In th i-prlnfr ot Hi") she vias Miss
(-Jirrle 1 Weber and lived nenr IHiver,
11 tlie xv a fond of mule, and while
etudvlnff in a conrvntory she met Will
iam W. Clark, and wioti became equally
fond of him, Tluy vvcte secri-tl married
In Dover, on June 0, lct(, but ,Mi W'eber
did hot rnr, tn )mv flit, mmmr mail
I liubllc, as Mie had Ititiudeil to go to Hu-
,'!- ,, SIUU3 iiiiipu , nun iiuMigiiL ner
iHirents would object, should they know
fhe was married.
After living with her husband for two
wenks she left for Ihirope, and spent three
urs tu Italy nnd rrnuce, tudlnit mulc
ninl languages. I'm two M-ars her hus
band MippurtPd her, but during the thlnl
iiir she vvn.s left to her own resourie
und she runic back lo America to loo It
for her lord nnd master .She did not Und
him. ami llnnlly settled In Kansas Cllj.
where ho Is now singitur In conceits,
trai hltiK mtilc, Itnllnn and Prcnch, iiIiik
In r maiden name. She also snld that In r
husband laid once Ihrentnnxl to kill her
Kile was gianted a divorce.
Annie and James (!. Wesson were until
a short tlmu since attached to ningbng
llros." clrcii. Annie was a wire wulker
and James wn a clown. Ilefore she went
Into the circus business Annie lived with
her father, Henry Klusberg, at ITuO locust
street She xturteil to ihuich one Suiumv
moinlng, but on the way she met Wesson
and he induced her to llv with him Th-v
wero married in .Mount Kotest, Canada,
August l, 1S3I. 'lime elapsc-d and the
couple quarreled. In November, of 1VJI,
Sirs. WVsson nlleged. Wesson threatened
to throw hnr out of a three story window,
anil in June, of ivjs, be beat her. So .she
left him nud retliimd lo her father. She
Is now walking a wire at the OIIUus opera
Judge Searrltt heard the story, which
wn cot robornted by two ot the acrobats
of lllngllng llros.' circus, and Annie was
made free to marry nguln. Her name of
Slusbetg was aNo testnied,
Catherine and William (Slbson were mar
ried In Hamilton, Seotlnnd, on June i.',
ISTTi, and moved to Knnsns City several
cais ago. Sirs, (llbson claims that her
husband drank to exec-s, nnel when In bis
cups amused himself b.v beating her. tin
one occasion, shu alleges, he kicked her
so hard that tho sei vices of a phjslclan
Another time, she savs, he slapped her
and broke the drum ot her ear, All this
she hole patiently, but says that In the
month of 1'ebruary, UK, he come home
drunk, and run hei, barefooted und clad
only In a thin night dicss, Into the stiept,
which was coveted with leo and snow
She was given n divorce und tho custodj uf
her live children.
Addle Ii. Kuoeb told how her husband,
Chailes (i Knoch. who she married Au
gust IT, ISA!, got di link, shipped and failed
to support nor. He was a barber, she
paid, und made J11! per week, but did not
coimiuuie to ner support. v lien net enu.i
was bom, she claims, ho went out after u
doctor, lint Instead took to diink and did
not return tor several hours. Knoch Is
now In the Alexian ISrotheis hospital In
Chicago. He wrote to Judge Kcanltt di
nving his wife's charges, but tho dlv mo
und the uustodv of the child vveie gianted
Candaee S. tfagerser, of Z Cumpbdl
street, claimed that Hcnr T. Sagersei de
serted her In 1S11, leaving her to cuio for
two chlldten. She was gianted a dlvone.
Addle Davidson Howies claimed that hei
hush mil, Henry, to whom she was mauled
lu Kalrbury, Neb., Febiutiry !!7, 1W, has
managed to break Into the Jollet nuiltin
tiaty on a chaigo of burglaiy and laiiiny.
She was gianted a divorce
Hllabetb Johnson was granted n dlvoiec
fiom Henrv It. Johnson because, she saldt
he ihieatt'ind to shoot her and ai eued
her of Intlililltv. Tin J vvuie mauled in
Vovuy, Swltreilanil lountj, 1ml , Novem
ber is. 1VV,
Klmlia and Charles Wolley were mmlcd
In Wjundotte county, Kas, Dei i nib. i I.
1W1, nnd Mis. XVolley sax s he d. s, rted
her She was grantnl a dlvoico and the
custody of her son. Iloyte.
Julia II. l,nsteidiiy had many causes for
complaint. She sa)s that after she mai
ded John X Hasterdav, In Wisconsin on
December U. I'-S.l, he begin to Und latilt
with her cooking nnd iiian.iRemeut of
household allatrs. August l't. lS'ix, she
says, he threw hei down a lllrht ot stulia
and a few daj.s later ho sold hei oigan
As u climax to all this, she says, be put
her peisonnl effects Into the street, and
told her to go. She went. The dlvoue was
ltobert V. Stool e said his vvlfo, Slollle
I,. .Moon, enteitnlned other men at his
home, S02'! Hast eighteenth street, d.u i.,t
his absence. Then she left him and vv.nt
to St l.mils to live They wem mm 1 1 d
July 22, lWi As Mi Moore hnd eapse to
billeve that his wife does not behave as
she should, and as she did not nppear to
defend her nputntlon, tho dlvoice was
r.Ua SleCnslln sns thnt Geoige C. Sli
PiiHlIn di.iWH $3" per week, but falls id
i nnlilliuti anv or It to her support. The V
wete mauled In l.lnmln, Neb, Augu.it i..
U0O Alls. Mcf'aslln was granted a divorce
William J Thornton -avs he mndi a
mistake when ) mauled Mamie Thornton
on flctobei si. 1W. He claims that before
tho honevmoon bad waned she went out
with strange men got drunk and staved
away all night Thev scpaiateil shuiih
afterward, nnd be savs her conduct tin n
was such that tin police leportets of vnr'
nus Kansas City papers had occasion to pin
her nnmo Into print He was gianted a ill
Mary H. XVIIllams said sho was the wife
of Slnilon XVIlllaniH who diaws lift) pi r
month na the malinger ot a smal sllvtr
mlno mar tlrnnd Junetinn Col Slie s-nld
tint bbortlv arter liuv marriru in ,iii;b
luilg, 111, September 10, lfn, he grew In- ,
tlffeient, and llnnlly desirted her She was I
granted a uivoree, uie cusiuiiy ei ue-i etue,
and $10 per week alimony.
1'artlcnlar Otneivam-es nf tho Salvation
Armr for 'llili W'eeli.
The present week Is the universal week of
prayer and sell-denial throughout the Sal
vation Army. During this week all Sal
vationists, as well as filends and Kjmpa.
tliMern, nro to deny themselves of some
pleasure or luxuty and devoto tho pto
ceeds to the self-denial fund, for tho ex
tension of the Salvation Aimy woik
tlnpughout this countiy, and among tlio
heathens of Indian and other conntrleH,
Last jear the practice of seir-denlal was
applied by tho at my soIiIIcim nnd ftlejlds
In many and viuIouk ways Some walked
lo their work evt rv day and rnnti United
the nickels to the fund. Olheis gave uii
coffee, siiciir, frull, etc., during the we; fc
and handed over tho amount saved thereby
to this fund. The total sent 111 this way
to tho miilotuil hendipiarlers In New-otk
i Ity amounted last vear lo about IM,.").
nnd It Is expectetl thnt tho nmount this
year will be larger than last,
Special meetings for prajer nnd conse
cration pro also held thioiighout tho army
this week, and Hilgadter Sully has an
nounced a united eonseciatlou meeting to
takti place at the Walnut street bat racks
on lYIday night. Ontober IS, which ho has
entitled, "Two bonis at tho Cross," Sil
v.tllonlsts mul liulstlnns of the different
denominations uie invited to be present at
this meeting, commencing at X o'clock,
Two nt lliem llebitlug to the ruhllo
Two contracts for the new publlo library
were let ut tho meeting of the board of
education last night. That for tho stained
glass windows was awarded la tho Camp
bell nluss and Taint Company, ut 1 173, and
that for the cleetriu light wiring to W, T,
Osborne & Co.. at U,W). Koth bid wero
submitted on Auuuut 20.
Theie are to bd two stained glass win
dows and a stulneil glass skylight. The
fomier are to be behind tho delivery disks,
und the latter U to bo set in the dome
of the totuuda. The windows nie to be
4x6 fn't In l. Alt of this stained glass
la to be highly ornamented. A resolution
icnuesting the boaid of public works to
muovc tho sprinkling hydrant from In
front of tho library was adopted. The an
nual report on the schools is well under
"The lleet lill I ever uteri." t the frenuint,
reiuartf l putcaatort ui leaner .ieei i,ivcc i
lill When ou try thotu jou will y th.
NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
tu:M:tt.i. Mt.ititi 1 1- ov , torn oi tv
sri: Hon ai nit i oiti.
itiililen llralb I rum Henri lllenit uf Ml
ilrnnle lliiplilns Siint iiiuiiiWsliinid
llllli i rs ( i lelii.ile-ltnlti tt stoles
IIIMtlit t tin r t I'mrredliiKs,
flenertl Wesley Sterrltt, In eommrmil
of the ilpMirlment uf the Miniiirl. with
heiiiiunriern nt I'liletigo, nrrlxisl Iitb
jesierilny on nn litepvc-tlnu tour. Tho
illstliigtrlshtil cnldler wns met nt tin)
Iiiitlltigton -ttrtdon h Trnop 0 itiul K.
f tho SM.xtli pn-nlr. In full i)rf iml
fortn. niul eneorletl to (he tnllltnty wst.
In (he nfternooti n tevlevv ot tll trooiis
at fort lnxenvvorth vxns hint In his
hon.tr ntul ho wns kMvpii ii rorttlnl re
ci'pilon, To-iiIkIiI then will Ik n n
rniilloii Imll. given Ity the student of
lleers at tin post, which will be one of
the clnl events of the niiunn,
fienernl .Motrin will tetnnln nt Hie
fort for stovorni ilnys, the guest of Colo
nel ltnvklti, coiiitiiniulant nt tin ost.
I Slliltletl tlrillli.
I Mips Jennie Hopkins, only daughter of
Mr. ami Mp., I,. G. Hopkins, tiles -ml-
ilnnlc vntflit-itn iifinhhi.,, . t it. ,. 1,,....
of her parents, corner of Thlnl avenue
and Mat.slmll street. Miss Hopkins
inndo no complnlnt l recline; III. but
while walking on Deliivvnte s-treet with
her mother ulwllt 2 .",0 o'eloek .she wns
seized with n sinking spell nnd wnn
taken In n. carriage to her home, where
she iIIcm! nt S o'clock.
Slltw Huiiklns und her mother only re
ttinitsl from the Tbtitisnntl llund.s nml
other Kastorn pulntH Inst W't'ilnesduy
night, where the.v bail enjnyod the Rum
mer", nml she was apparently in the best
of health nnd wpltlts. She was n general
favorite In society nml her death will be
deplored by n lulge circle of friends nnd
ncquiiliitntjcos. liesldcs her parents, sho
leaves two brothers-. Siimuel (1. and lld
witnl Hopkln.s. Her death Is utti United
to heart Ulseuse.
"I hi J ( elelJi-ltc.
Tho font teen non-enmm -ioneil of
ficers who recently successfully passed
the om initiation nt I'ort Ia-avenwotlh
and were lecommended for ptomotlon us
second lleutetmnt.s. eelebiated their good
fort tine last nljrltt by a dinner. Xo
guestH were present, but tho .voting men
certain! hud a gootl time. Tho dinner
wns set-veil oil;" second Iloor of the
Sllssoml Vnllej. building bv "Tonv"
tilncomliil, who outdid himself In ptepur
ItiL' the roast.
Held ttt .Xnsw rr.
In Justice Hond's court yostordnv
nfternoon William Johnson, who slashed
his wife with a knife und was- captured
In Knnsas City, had his piellmlnnry
homing and xvas held to answer in tin
district court In J 2 000 ball, lu default
of which he was sent to jail.
ftriiutl ,liirv- Iut stlgnilttii.
The grand Jury has been Investigating;
the e'harges against John Lynch, ti
letter canler xvbo was dismissed from
the Leavenvvoi th po.sto!lleo lotce, his
mother-ln-lnw, Sirs. Kuth Hawkins, liav
Inir c-omplalned to the department at
Washington that Lv mil hail been guilty
of serious shoiioomltiKs In the diacliartjc
of his utllc-lul duties.
L'ltlteil st.it, DlHlrlrl feint.
In tilt- United States district court yes
terday Itulston Walker pleaded guilty
to tailing to iost his revenue stump as
pit'sx'rlbcd by law and was lined $'i'i bj
Jitilge Foster. Walker lives at Olathe.
.Messrs. .1. H. llillpntilck, ".. S. O.
CIotiLjli and C. 1 W. Dossier, the me
uioiial c-ommltteo of the Leavenvvortli
Bar Association, piesonled to .Hldge
Foster yesteidny the n-s-oltitlons mlopted
by the baron the death of Judge ltobert
Cro.ler, which vveie published in tin
Journal October C, when Judge Foster
"Gentlemen: The lesolutlons of the
bar, which have been presented touch
ing tho death of our esteemed friend
nml hi other. Judge Cro.ler, will uxpnss
the sentiments of both but and bench.
It was mv foituue to haxe enjo.ved the
acquaintance of Judge Ci ostler for over
thirty years nnd for tin past twenty
years his close persimnl friendship.
Then was mitiii to admin in his chai
neier. In the legal pioresslon he xvas a
Jurist of quick perception and of a clear
und logical mind Alwnjs courteous to
Ills associates nnd high mlmltsl In tin
discharge of everv duty; whether as
judge or counsel be was perfectly con
scientious and honornble. Hut to bis
intimate filendH Judge Crozier's genlil
social cliaracteilstics vveie peilmi his
Kivntest gloiv. Alwnvs u tllle geiltle
mati and a steadfast ri lend to thoso
vvorthv of his frlnndhlp, ho Mtsssed
a personnl mngnetlsm few men ate en
dovvetl with The many high und hon
otniilc iwisltlons he liebl in the public
rcnico of the stale nre matters of com
mon lcnowledgt- 'ami 't need not ilwtll
on them liete. Ills nu mory will ever be
held snored bv his prgfesslonnl bretliten
and bv nil who knew hlin. Vonr reso-
lutlor.'t shnll luivi n permnnent place on
the record of this out t."
In the case- of ,1. W. Ilngainnn, ohnrged
with sending obs-ene mntter through
the malls, the suit was polled.
SIlss Olive SI. Km ull nnd Sir. Alex
ander I'. IVuper weiv iiiiiirl-d last
I'V-enliifr at tin lesldenei of the bride's
parents on South Kourtli street, the ltev.
W. X. I'age otllelatlng. The brldo nml
Itiooui were born nnd reared In this city
and each have a wide circle of friends.
The initio Is tin daughter of Mr. and
Sirs. William II. Karrell, nnd the groom
tint son "f -Mr. Charles lVnper. for many
years cashier of the First National bank.
Slim 1 11 iiirtius
Great ptvpaintlons nro being made for
"Applo Carnival day," which will be on
the ".'Stli Inst.
Tho dlsttlot couit yesterday took nn
othei recess, ns there- was no case on tha
dm ket for ti Inl.
Tho UopubllcjiriH lmd more thnn u
rousing meeting nt Tongunoxle last
night and It begin to look us If tho
countiy people wero going to maltt tho
election of the Hepubllcan ticket unanl-
l"ollH , . , ,
Tho tinvvatrnnted nttnek being mado
nn I'nitfsl State's Senator linker by the
Leavenworth conespondent of a Kansas
City morning; paper Ims nroused the In
il'glliitlon ot votets, IViutx-rats, I'opu
jlsts nnd Iepubllean.s, nnd wltli one ae
cord they denounce mcli tnctlcs und
openly announce their intention to voto
for tlio ticket biippoited by ScniUur
linker. , , , , ,
Sir. Hiker was the pilnclpal speaker
nt tho nieetlnK lns-t nlglit nnd he. with
tlio Hepubllcan candidates, were given
For more than twenty-five years Lenv
enworth county litis foiiKht nml pruyed
for a United States .senator, and now
that they have one they iirpo to
stanl as a stone wall In his defense,
Death ami unuriil.
Sirs. Kllen Arvllla Farney, wife of " H.
Finney, tiled at her home, No. Sw)7 isiniut
avenue, jesterday, aired 4J jeais. Tho
funeral will not bo held until Sunday m oh
ably, as the unlval of a sister Is being
The funeral of Sirs. Slagulo TVinnelly.wlfe
of John Donnelly, of No. J2I5 Independence
avenue, will be held ut St, 1'atrlck's chur h
at "J o'clock this morning. The burial will
bo ti Mount St. Mary's cemetery. Sirs,
Donnelly died on Wednesday nlcht.
The funerul of l'dua Van Winkle, the
daughter of ex-Polioe Sergeant Van Win
kle, will be held at 2 o'clock this after
noon. The burial xvlll be in Union ceme
tery. llelrgatrs to a Nutloiml t'onteutioii.
Dr. J. I'. Jackson, Judge C. W. Clnrko
and S. !-: Humble will represent the Ii ink
ers' Life, of Kansas City, at tho national
convention of mutual life und accident
underwi Iters, to be held tn Atlanta, Ua.,
October ii to 25, inclusive.
Flip rublli Arc Not ilmv In Tnkluij Ait
Vtintniro nl tin1 IillieiMl ninl Huim
I'ltlo OlVcr ot lln Wtirlit
Hvrrjhndy In heed of tneillrnt or flir
lcl treatment for hy chronic dltenit'
nMihintt dlul eomlnetd nu n imirsu of
trfiittnent dtiMnH the itmnt'i of ololr.
Will be entitled tO,t)e nlnrttl-s ttTxtmuit
nhohi-lj rtee of elmrir, ttiinilliiB all
mtdielhiH irnulred Fri t'oitsiiltxtlon -I'ree
Kxamlnntlon l-'rer Apili"iMutis
Free. IniincllotiiI'i'e. Minor operation.
Frei HnnilrtKln(t FrOf Applh ntlons and
Atljtmlmeiits of TruiM)trt nml ortho'lk. Ap
pllanrnfi Free. DreMlng Wound, Sores,
When lliry nay 't'ti6" thev have no "Ifs"
and "nnds" nlHiiit It, but nn nn what the)
snv. Ther nver vvai a doctor or medical
Institute thai dnred make in h nn offer to
the ptibll, anil eanj It out This lllu ral
olTer Is maile by the.Worltl Mull nl Instt
Itllit atone ntul shotltd be distinguished from
nil other Hirers to tin public bj other
parties It li mad for n pt rial purpose
to benellt those who need a tiuilli.il trent
meiil. The World .Medical Instltiilt l"ids
and cxtels In free treatment and cures t-f-fetted.
Their doctors ftte regular gradu
ii ten of this continent and Huropn Thci
are men of experience, whu will allow no
one to surpass them In (Tee time ' ores
lor t lit x cm i where others have full,
An Itivt stlgntlnn will convince all who
call at their ollltes.
No otn has ever been deceived bv these
phjsli Iiiiif., foi thev will not m-iept In
curable c ises Hundreds nf nilgtnal testi
monials on nie for Inspt.tiiin N,i names
exposed without consent Consultation in
LngUsh, (linn in. I'-retn h aid Stiiilh
' '11,1' .! I .1,11 , I, 1 St I I II,
Second floor Nelson Hull line, eorner Main
and .Missouri avenue, llraneli olllcc. Ml
ejulnev street, Tojieka.
I'ostnmster . XV. llriilrnnil W He l'lens-
null stirprlsed In it lnrl
of I'rlt ml.
1'ostmnster C. W. llratlv, who has reenit-
ly retiirnetl fn-m a wedding trip Hast, wns
pleasantly surprised ln-t evtnlug nt his
home on Ha-t Lexington street A number
ot his Mentis presented him with n dinner
set of import"! china as a token nf their
esteem, it was Hi u measure a wedding
gift to Mr. nnd Mrs. Hrady, nnd one which
they appreciated. The presentation was In
the natute of n suipri-e to the iiopiilnr
poUmostcr and iimiij- liiinnv sueechi s wt'e
made. The tlotifs were: M J. Cleveland,
p W. Cllntii'', James Clinton, IMw.ml
Slack, W. N utliorn. Sr , Thorn is Itndy.
W. L. Webb,. S. Klrliv. Wl II Hill, Maur
ice i-eisei, ,i. vv . livls, II i; lliiile. i)r
v lib .lames, A. L. SIcCox, V K Miiqu.i,
John Ktlbr, 11 Itaglainl, John Lvmli. F,
II. Wood and It. D. .Xllze. Mr. mid Mis
r.rudy fillet tallied thelt guests nnd dining
the evening serve-d lefresluneiits.
In the rrtibnti Ctiurt,
l'ubllcAdminlstrntor Seelioin was Instrtiot
ed .vesttiil.iv b the probate couit tu liikn
t bat ge of the estate of the lull C. L. 11m t
s. The rslnte i-omprlses one of the hiuitl
sonust reslibnces in the t It ind other
valuable piopetty. The heirs do not re
side in Jnt kson county, Willi h made the step
ne ess.-i r.v .
Letter of nilmlnlstratlon were nlso griiut
tsl on the estate of Wllll-im Hills deceased
Thoma.s Hills xvn.s appointed is iniinlnlstint
or mid will take charge ot the ntfalrs ot ills
Ilreellllg Siniill Hesl,,.t'es.
The Wt st Ide Is enjnj ing a sm-ill hiilld
lng boom A number uf four and live loon
tottngi s nie being erected, and one bu'ldt t
has contuuts for the eie, lion of thiee
nion. All of them mo within easy tllsi nue
of t let trli line and will lie oecupli d vv lu u
llnisheil b vvorklngmen fiom K.iiisii city,
who unilers'taiul the advantages of low rtnt
and itiihk tianstioi'tntloii Ileal estite nun
In this Ity claim to have more of a de
mand foi this class of houses than any
other anil the itntal is fiom ts to 1", nc
coidlng to location.
It L. Mellrlile nirlvd home jeter.lav
fiom a bilef visit to Kt. Jxiuls
Mrs. o M. Wight is the guest of Mrs. J.
1". Ilenrj, Not Hi Liberty street
Mrs. i) 11. Lewis, ot Lee's Summit. Is
the guest of 11. F Lewis and famllv.
Miss Itevnoids. ot Kamas City, Is the
gin st ot Mis Htt.i Mercir nt lor homo
on South I'leasint strret.
Miss Susie Slltcle II Is entertaltil k Mioses
Hertle Hergo and Katie Aiken, of Wt-lpoit,
at her home on South Main "litt't
WHilter IClder left esteiday foi Cotfey
vllle, Kas.. on n brief visit lo telatlv"-.
It, v tleorgt Fainter, a letmned mission
ary from Ch'nn, will leetutn 'this tvtnlng
nl the Westminster 1'iesljj teilnii cliureh.
The hulles of th I'hilstinn i hurch give
nn etit.'i iliniieiit lat night in tie stop -room
next to the Niuonal bink. ilnte
was quite n large atteiieliuiee
limb Swti'lei ')' was i-obbevl of J 0
Wednesday night, still mom ns his loss The
polbe hive not seiurnl a clue to the mi -
"a "pink coffee" will be given by the In
dim of (he Hplsioisil i hurch Satunlu) aft
eit.oon at th" residem e ot U. A Loe on
Shoit siit'ft The lumra xvlll bo from 2
until ID o'clock. , ,,
1'ollt.man Hunter wis xerv mu. h ills
tin l d In mind vest. rdny. Ho placed bis
oven out In the Dummy; depot and fount
It missing ve tt'iilav He wns (onllieiit
Hint It was taken In i sneak thief until a
starch leienW the f u-t that one of the
nillvvay employes h i I taken cue of it for
Mimy persons litcp Curler's Little titer
I'lllion hand to pievpnt bilious attacks sick
tlllUlHClle, OI.1UCS3, Jllll lllltl lllelll JtlSt W ll.Xt
RAILROAD TRAVEL IN OCTOBER.
For business or pleisure, the most plexs.
ant month lu Urn J ear for traveling is Oc.
tober. The cool mornings and tvmlnga
die weUome after Ihe excessive heat of
sumint'i vv uither, nnd whether to thi Hist
ur West, tho Hurllngtcm Home nffuids tint
!.... ...lll,l.ij In i.itri' l,.Tt 1 1, lllu r
Thiough tlnlly train to Denver, m-iklni?
dliett tonne, lion for all I'liellle Coast,
Montana and I'ugti Sound points ihe
only tine si rving all meals fiom Kansis
City to ivnver. Our Is the a la cnile
bjstem and the most desirable.
Two through d illy trains to Chicago and
St. Louis, making dinct connection fur all
points Hast nnd South.
All thiough trains composed of Pull
man I'alaco Sleeping Cars, chair cars (seat
frt e) and coaches.
For information as to routes, rates, ete,
address ticket agint, No, ill Main street,
1QH Union avenue, or 11, c Olilt,
A. (1. 1'. A, Kansas Cltj, Mo,
Iloelc llliinl llniitn,
On October 22 tho Great Hock Islanl
Home will sell excursion tickets to points
lu Kansas, Indian Teirllury, Oklahoma,
Texas, Colorado, Utah and New .. xleo
at greatly i educed rales. For full Informa
tion call on or nddiess, A, II. SKiFKIlT,
JOHN SUHASTIAN, , Ci S. W. I". A.
ii i nun i: 4.
'I lirimgli Miepcr to Nut Anloiilo Via tlio
Hoik 111 mil Itnute,
A through I'lillmnn sleeper leaves Kan
sas City via the Hock Island Itout, nt S 10
p. in, dally, ni living at Foit Woith ,u C.W
p m. nixt day. and San Antonio i-;o a in.
second morning, making illicit conne -tlou
With thiough sleeper for tho lit) of Mexi
co A- ii. MOFFHT,
JOHN SHHASTIAN, 11 S. W, F A.
O. T and I1. A.
Homes? eke rs" I'xeiirslnns.
On October L'.', 1S9.'. Ilia Fnlnn Hnelflc will
sell tickets t) out Kansas city to polnlH
West In Kunsas, nlso to Coloiado, Wyom
ing and Utah, at cxe-ccdlngly low tntes.
For full Information as to iuh-b anil
limits, upplv at ticket olllces, lOno Slain
m net. l(i3i Fiiiun avtiiuo un.l Fnlnn sta
tion. Telephone 11W. J, It FHAWLHV,
Children Cry for
HOUSES AMI CAUIIIAOIS.
HOHSKS WINTKRHD J5 per month.sent
for and leturned. Calves raised.
SIAHK S. SAL1SHUHV, Indcpetidence.Slo.
HKNNHTT-At Garden l'lalns XVhlte,
sides county. 111. September II, after 4
long and painful Illness, Carrie A, Dennett,
wife or C, Wi UenueU, foJ-icrly of. Kansas
I'! o.n e I I r tu I '
,??, . It'Sltllii Mtllllt)
HI l'DWIllll II,
i i;i:m ii in vtr.iiv,
lir, DeLap's New Ionic Pills."
FrVdm. s the nbove result In W 1)AH
N'l I DStlHIt tt a. I )ieWi Hols
and ipih kh Cured otbets, xx III tun
Jou )oung mm will leunm tin ti l"t
miinhiiitil iiii, old men will I'.ovti
iluir joiithlul vIhoi II iinl'kl iinil
btifltlvt lv ciiies Nl.ltV ill SNt tS
irtusetl hunt excess, lle or tul'iti u
or illirr stlmuliints Hestoies Insr
ltiWKH nml ITALIT. lMI'ii
ll..Si, NK1IITL L.MISSIUNS,
1 All 1M1 SIKMDIM. W Ml INU DIS
LASI.H and ALL efrects of i It nbii-t
tu exiess and in, lis, ii Hon, win Ii un
tlts one fur mnirliiRe, btistntss or
stud) It not mil!, tines bv sulking
at the snt of the disease but it Is a
itreiit Nl'ltVF. liiNIC niul I1LOOI)
I' -itllirit It bilngs bm k the FINK
ill.ow in I'M, l. I'lll.HIvS and it
stoi.s the lilii: ui viifTH Insist
on vonr ilniKKtsi giving jou "l'l. ,
i M'h tin nthel Its pipml, as It Is
pit pun. i rrnm lite pitst rlptlon or Pit
l'l. LAI', the gnat lit lull pb-l-i
Ian, viho has bud thlrtv venrs
pnu-llie, hnsiilinl and olllt i In Vatls.
on Net v mis lilsiaseH Can he eairb I
In vst pot ket Sent by mall isenbn)
in singe paid. II in package, or Sl
FAi'KAfJHH FtHt .ii. WITH A
UHITTI.V HI AltANTHi: TO I'nSI
n i ia ci hi; uii in i'iwd 'i tit:
l'or sale by
JOHNSON BROS., Druggists,
1107 Main street. Kansas Cltv. XIo
vun s.vi.i:-iti:xi, im'i:.
A 3 RTnltY brl k, centrally located, is
rooms, a b.u h loom", lot ;'.liu east front,
pived st ; tints for JV pet month A good
l' a. i'iti:in:incK, sin .v. y Life bidg.
HFILDINC HiT-IIolm.K st . Klxir,,
prlt t $IJi, inii't be sold to i lie estate of
nn Lasttin man. ddress i' -,", Journal
Tt ItlCXT lltll,st;s
'IU Itn.VT-Slfi West lf.th st. nexr ror
ner of Central st .the most desirable house
for nut on the West side, nine rooms unit
bath, everv- modern convenience newly
liicorntcd. south and east exposure, price,
M SlHLLlHlt KUALTY COMFANV.
Tel 1175 His Wvumlotte st.
'1 O UiiNT Tin eleg;iiil resl Ii n. n w
nu. 17' Ii mil Jefferson, th" must hou.e on
tin ni. n I. et lo-dnv , nioibrn, 11 looms,
steam lit it, hot and i old wnter electric
bells nnd spiaklng tubis huge grounds,
"table Call on Dr. lit ntlerson. 101 A est
TO ItHNT Two very deslrnlile otllce
rooms, on eootid Hoot of Tlurkrr building,
fib and Wall Alex Flndliiv. agent, room 5
TO ISHNT-Two laige. nit , lv rurulshed
front looms, tlist-cia-s bo ml. --te.iiii hint
-'J l"oteui avenue
u KrvrMiM'j r.i.AM-ors-.
tniner l"th ami Iliooklvn, u large hall:
newly papered and pilnttd, nlo I urge re
ception looms In toiinectlon wlih hall
water anil gas all Just furnished new nml
complete; will lent bv the inonth oi single
ulght, ii'U'-iiiialile. enrs In all dlrei linns
I) S OIUMSON. ra Hall bltlg.
WANTHD -Contmakt rs nnd nnlshen;
l'-.t v-iges h.i hrai Ii Merihant Tnlloiliig
Co , .ril2-r,ll Main st
WANTHIi l'.iut tlnsher; best wages
Iliu hr.ich Mtriliant Tailoring Co, ul2 Oil
WANTI3I Bailsman $11, teamsleis, $20
luborets, II 1,0. it West Stli st.. room 'J.
I'xti'i.o. mi:nt a.i:m-ii:s.
CALUH ANTTsi lOvTlI'NiOFl'Fr
nnd furnlshtd lnonis, 10H4 Kast llth, cor.
Walnut. Tel 1173 The best pluco In K C .
Mo , tu tlnd help or situations, male or fe
male: II vcnis' exiurleme Hef. Omaha
Nut bank, Unuha: Citizens' bank, K C.
WANTHD -Ak nts; Call II unllton's long
looked lot bii'll.iphv o! Jjlllt s Ii. Hhiille
Just Issie d Notlili g 111. it sini e Oiaiits
niemoiis rjet vm.i teintorv iput k S x
l'.uk, HK3 Fast Ninth st , Kins is City, Mo.
hH'I'ATIOV 1VA'I'HI1 fhmai.i:.
foi ,jli e work or (H
by a young Indv,
'i-hit I , Is an expt i
'vpewrli, r, no obi. tlon
h ivtng tl e
ins It- It ,
I' "73. Jour-
titv If the pi opt i di tu
references exchanged Addrt
mil olllt e.
N(il lllN'd lenovatis anil lnvlc'oratt's nud
enriches the blood like I)t Lay's lleno
x'nior At II C Arnold's !llh nnd Slain sta
cniltiNOMj;i'i:H, watih and cloiktnak
er J F Kenmulr, e. Hast 10th tt., bcu
Slain and Walnut.
iiitrsii citi.i-K c(i.i
IUCII, oily and clean to handle; burns to
n white ash nnd won't slack by exposure;
a home Industry Now- Is tlio time to buy
our coal Tel .'111 or 1073.
1 T. HHltNDON, Agt for Comnxnv.
American Hank hi L"
KAFHH onened and repaired, bought and
sold. Combination locks cleaned und
changed II. HAHItHiAN. Hxpert.
Telephone Uii W Hast Tv'titli St.
MHH. L. JA.MUS, tho xvJ known rlnlr
voviint and trance medium, may be con
tufted nt KM Hraiid avo parlora 8J anil iO
Itlllli UVl'lTIJ THANSFHUS,
'XHSLN S. mtllHHTSoN, proprietors
of ubstr.ii ts ant examiners uf land lilies,
No 111 Hast Sixth stitct. fiiiulsh dally the
transfers of teal estate, Hied in tho ucoid
t.i's otll o at Kansas City. Sle).
Notice All transfers appealing In our
daliy re-ports contain covrnanis of general
warranty unless othcrwlw stated.
xv it Hnilan to S. C. Ltston: isirt
lot 17, block 6, Jersey height I
W. C. I'.irkcr and wife to Ueorso
Southwell; lot 1 block 61, lido
I ra ' 1". "wi I so i'i xin d ' w ifo Yd "All ee ' Si",
Sllllei; lot S7, block 3, (IrahJin's
John A. Wils-ht und wile to J. II.
(iotldaixl; part lot 17, Chestnut
heights ,, t ,....,
James Hlchardson to James SI, Wll-co-xsou;
lotti I, C, 7 uud t, block
1, Ht-atly place ,,,,.
John Wnlruf und wire to J. 11. Ciod
durtl; lots 1. -', II uud t, block 1,
Kelley heights , ,
John It. Slulvauti and vvitw to Dieh
ard Stilt k; lots 1 to i. block 3,
John Fen-y to Sluy A. Hsllll; lota
1 to IS, block 1. Fate's addition....
Fred CJ. Hey. administrator, to An
nette nruber: lots 3 and 10, blov'k 6,
liUdstone heights ,,.,,
ktonu heishts ,,,,,
WANTHIi Hi member tin old lellible Cth
Avenue hoti I i oi nt r Sib and e'entnl
streets, Kansas Cliy, Mo Itoiim and bu.ir I,
SI. .10 unit I5.1W per week Uiiv bonrtl. ft mi
SI en I ticket, 21 meals l on. Trnns cut, Jl i
ami Jl.i't tier day St' am beat, rfiis, and
electric In lis Table supplied wbh the best
the nriiket affords (live mo u call satls
fuellon giiiiinutced. l-ll Simmons. I'rup.
IT.,1 IMVfl ...nn... t.u ..,,.1 I I, ,,tnp ...... n...l
I'lilt .1AI,F. Mlst;i:i.l,A.M:ot:s.
Fill s.Li:-A luindnm pnlr nf whtt
t iin.nl tiittlnic lnnlied K' on them,
w'll "ll for the miifiiint of lonti. tils l
ci nt Tap for som-ohr Applv nt room
I'i Hi! bl'Mdinit
sN M -TbilllnnTlrip di-ks, UK up IM
r pi s and inlun. t 1? 11, tvpewrit'r
'' 'k, J1S up, bOohra r Jll
l)t KHfl. Tl Central
I'Olt SAM-Chenp. a ftjholamhlp In each
ot the two Irndlhi bilsln(ni polleit's In the
clt na and Wl N'. V Life bldg.
nnd lobar ep store;
dolni' r""d iniolnrO Aildtes J
K br 111. I oltl e JttllMllI,
H , It. C.
X" ll'VV II I
factor , lo W
! II I K enMnc; ns od
Itotinds Trims and Limb
XlllM'V 111 IIMV,
LlMNH MAUK WlTHdFT DHLAV on
ftii-nl'ure oi pianos in use or In Morn",
olauionds, enlrj, organs newljiK ran
elilni live st.s k. etc Terms the bi"t of
r. t . .1 in tin i ttv pirtlil pavtiients tieln
a lepled at am time, rcilucln loan an-l
t buret s lions hold Loan Association 313
an I ill Hall hi, Ik
MONLV Id LtiAN yulik. low rates
II 1, JOIINSdV . Cfi J Y I.lf I'Mt
111 I III! MI'IICII Wli.
VVHti hniul'es imir drnHK ' I'd von et
ouick. reliable si nice'' Dot's our trans
fer itiiupaii) look out for oitr lnttrfsts?
If .von hnvt' gooil reasons for it change, we
would be plinsed to hear from ion. Cur
tilture pai krd and shlipeil. (lent ral tram
MIDLAND TltANSFHli COMt'ANT.
'Phone 1517 (07 nn I (a) Wvnndotte st.
T11H Kansas city Metal Hooting A Cor
ruisating Co, Ho Dili nn re. Tel IS3,
(Tlrst publliiillon Oct. 1Mb. I'M 1
NOrin. ur Till STHi:.S SALU-Whre-0
on Apill Hist, isr7, Chnrlts SI. lllll and
Ann i '. Hill, husband and wire, initdi, ex
t uti, I nnd tli'llvtretl theli dud or tins! for
Hie pu post or securing tin pn.vment or
tme bortil for the sum of fli'.iM. in said died
of trust disirlbed, whin In they loliieye
10 ine utnier-iiifneii. nnvni n. i:nieii. irus-
tie, the following ties
. .. ----- --, - ------.--- ----- - ..
; ties, lllu tl leal eslille, su-
ni of .Lu k'on and state
iiateii in me con
or Missouri, to-vvlt Ciimmencliig at tile
sonibivist corner of lot iiiimbt r twelvi (12)
bio, k iimnber nine CU. of Coates nddlllon
to the Clt.v of Kansas (now Kansas Cltv),
MIsRoutl, ruining notth seveiit-nllii it')
reel and tin uul ivvo-llflhs Inches, theme
fist slxtv (nil feet, tin lit e south sevtniy
nine (.71 fttt und ten and two
llftbs Hit lit s, thence we-t sixty
I'M feit to the starting point, ae
lordlng lo the reconletl plat tlieitor, to
petbei with all the impioveineiitH and ap
ptn ti nances then unto beIont,lng And.
where.!". In the olllce or the it i older of
deeds of Jackson eoiintv, MIsontl, at ICnn
sas Cltv, on Hit 12th da.v of Apill, 1W. at
I tn o'clock p m , said deed uf trust was
duly if corded In book It J23. at page XA. of
the ifi'onls of sol, .latkson eoiintv, Mis
souri, niul, wherins, sold det d of trust pro
vides thlt upon the non-piv incut of Ihe
debt seitind b "aid tlettl of tlusi by the
inak'rs tin rof. tin piopt'it ihereln de
scilbtil may be sold bv the trustee for
the pin pom of inlslng the mono, lo pay
the debt thereby set u red; nnd, when, is,
"aid Indi bledm ss Is now past due and un
tmld, now, Ihtreroie, public notli e Is here
bv given Hint 1. the uiulerslgnetl. Dnvl.l II
Httli n. the tiiisfe named In .i!tl dud or
tiust. under and b.v vlitue of the authority
vesirsl In me b.v said deed of ti 1st, nt the
tetiilest of the owneis or said bond, will
piocced to sell the lbove d, "eribed real
estnte, at pnbll, v n.lue, tu the highe-t bid
tier, Tor cash. ,u the south tro'it door or
the ihw lountv i olirt bouse of Jiukson
coiintj, .Missouri, at Knnas cits, said
t omt bouse lulng Ihe bull ling In which
the cln tilt court Is held nt Kaunas City,
on Thursday the 7th day or November,
ls'i." between the hours of 1 o'clock In the
foienoon and .1 o'eloi k In the nfttmoun of
said dav, fir the pntpnse nf rawing the
inonev to pay ihe amount of snld Indebt
edness with Intuest und costs of execut
ing this trust
DAVID II. HTTIHN. Trustee.
(Pint pnbll a'lon.
Oel ISth. 1M. 1
NOTICi: OF THFSTKHS s!ALK-Where-
as. i April tlrst. 1Ss7. Charles M Hill and
Anna V. lllll husliind ind wife, mndt ex
ecuted anil I'ellv !' 1 their de, d of mist,
for the pm pose of securing the p-iment of
one loud for the sum or $1 fiort. In .a'd
tled of trust iiisciibed, whfr. In thev on
vfv.d to the mitler-li'ned, Dav d II. fcttli u,
lru-tee, the rollowlng tlecil!. d rent t s
Ini", -Ituattd in the county of Jackson and
"tat. ot Ml'-sonrl. to-wit. Coinnieii. Ing one
hun lied und lifter-n feet ami .-.-; of an In h
north of the .om Invest lorm-r of lot num
ber twelve (1" of block numb r in ie C),
of Coates' ndtiltlon to the Cliv of K in-.n,
hniv north iventein ftet and ev n tin li
es them i cist one huii'ti-e I nnd twentv
(llfi' ret, Ihtnce -otilh stvetne, n feet and
seven Inches, thence West cine hundrtd and
twentv feet, to th" starting point, ne. oiillng
to the recoided plul tin reof together with
all of the improvement and appurtenances
th eiinto belonging, and. when as, In the
olllce of the recordt r nf deeds. In Jat kson
'oiinty, Missouri, hi Kh.'isii Cltv, on the
lUHi da.v of Ap-il. ixx7, at 4:U o'clock p. m ,
nil deed of trust was tlnlv recoided In
book It it' at pige 427. of (he re, oi Is of
s u.l Jackson county. ,MI-oiiii, and, wiieie.
as, said deed of II list piovldes that upon
n,)ii-)ii. inent of the deb' seiuied by
-aid ded of tiust by the maker thereof,
the, ptopirtj therein desi ribed may be sold
bv the trustee or th purpose of raising
tile money io pnv tne ueui inert n st tilled,
and. whereas, ild indebtedness Is now past
tine and unpaid, t xcept a t redit of Jl Tino
now, therefoie publlt' notice Is hereby given
that I the undersiisiicd, David 11 Httlen,
the trustee mimed In said d' ed of trut,
under and bv virtue of the authurlt vested
In me by said d t I of tiust ut the retpiest
of the owntrs of sntd bond, will piouel
to ' II the above des i ibed r"iil em n,t at
pnblli vendue, to the highest bd.br for
i.i-h, at the Ktiuili fiont do.r of Die n w
lOiinty court hen e or ,j' kon omi'v,
Mlssouil, ni K'ti"as City, sail .ourt lioii-c
bt Ing the build nt! In Willi h the elitiili
' ourt i held in ensas Clt), on Thin div,
ihe ftj day ut Novtiuber. lvil, betw'ttn the
hours of 0 o't loi k In the foifiioon an I 5
o'elock In the lifleilluoli uf slid tlnv. for
the pi rpo,) of i.il-lng the tnuney to piy
tlie amount of tald lnilebti'dii"S, with In-ttre-,t
and costs of exeititlng this (tust
DAVID II. I'TTIHN. Trip lee,
WHHHHAh, i in Cnui n chant) Asuoii
llon ot Kunnn City. Missouri, and Nathan
It I Crunt. 'ihomas K. llauiin, It. II. Hunt,
Oeorgo SI. Shelley, F. T. Hutllonii, i V.
Smith, tlcorge. J Keating, John A Sic
Dunald, C. A. Chase A. (1 Trumbull.
J. K. Stnrk lienj, until .vIcLean, trustees of
raid assui latloii by Hnlr deed of trust,
dated u ndiirfiin, 15M, und n corded in Ihe
olllce of the recorder of deeds of Jxckson
county, Mli-scaul, ,n Kansas Clt). the 17th
tin) cf October, lost. In book II no at
pxrft! 3'U, and re-ricordtd In Fiiid olllce on
the Hth day of Nuv ember. IsM. lu book
II HI, at pago SIC. couvi)(.l u the uniler
flcni'd as trustee, the following d' scribed
real estate In Jail. son count), Missouri to
wit. Lots numbered 18. l'l, M, ;'i, nil in
blo-k munburtil 10, In Ptery plan, nn ad
dition lo the City of Kansis, now Kansas
City. .Missouri, us the mm are in irked
and drstgnntt-d on the recoided plat of
said nddlllon, In tho otllce of said reeoribr
of deeds. Said couvevanee being made in
trust lo secure the pus un ut of live prom
Isjory notes, one lor fjitrtin unl the other
four for IIJOOO each Now, therefore, de
fault having been made in the pj ment of
said note for Jl.mVlciO and said not- being
still unpaid, I. thti iindersigin d trustee, at
the Iiqucst of the lt-g.ii owner and holder
of said note for Il.OnOOo, In niiordanc with
said deed of trust, an 1 the nuihuilt) Un.-.-
lu vested In me. will stli tho nimve de
scribed rral esiale nt public x indue, to
the highest blddt-r, far cash, nt the suuih
front door of the count) court house of
Jackson i cunt.. SIlss juri, in Ihe city of
Kansas Clt), In said county, on the CCth
duy of October, lS!n. between thi hours
of 3 o'eloi k a in und 5 o'clock p. in. to
tntlsf) salt! .,!) (H noto und the cost of
executing this tiust
(lAHDINHlt LATIinop. Trustee.
Wollman ,X Nevv- attorntyj.
NOTICU TO CONTltACTOtS-The un
dei signed or the count) clerk of Jackson
count) will, on the Jlst day of Octobtr,
IsjI, receive sealed bids for mioadainl-liiir
of Thin) -tlrst street, from Prosptci uve.
to Indiana nve , up lo the hour of 12 o'clock
noon of that day. Speclllentlons and pro.
Ille m,i) be seen In the oltl' o of eoiiniv
cletk or county Hiirvvyoi, In the court
liouse at Kunsas City, Mo, A rash deposit
or cutllltd ilieik ror two hun lr.d tsii)
ASSIONHHS NOTICH FOH HHAHINtS
Claims All tiedltqis or C i:. Schooling
and L. Stalling will luke noticu thai 1 will,
on the JOth day of October. 1M3. Iietwteii
tlio Hours ui -t unt, u itcieic'K, ui mv olllce.
iVt ttS ,,,i,t u,.ewa '!
county. Sllssouii, proceed public)
, .. ttt tt'..l.,t,t ut I. ntiu.L f-lt..
couuty. Sllssouii. proceed imbllclv to ad
just and ullovv demands ngalnst tha estate
and effects usslgued liv subl Schooling und
Stalling for the benellt of creditors, contlu.
Hint, said hearing duilug the two following
UU9 ItMUiia ,,wv j,-p,,,,i, u ,,iav lllllVkl
.. ,1, ,.. J.il.nr,,,) t"n m lin. ttt a f..l.l n ..
Will l.u iKwtit" "t-'i" "iii v efvtu ua
flEiimviit. O. C HVANS, Assignee.
Dated October 1st, 1695.
aniiurk io .lcioniminv vrn tail, whieii u ,
'.e'dtidared forltllrtQ the county on rail- ?' Sa",naolwto.m
r nr iii.iilei' lu mako sntlsfneturv luvmi two hiiiiiireu JJi;i "'' ,lu ' '"'
Yislciuill F J. O'l'LAHPilTV hd. vvhrli snail oe iiirieiieu io .ouniy
n M Vf't W""-1 "V"" - &!.VnaK '"'rS.VAiTRTV
Datetl O. t loth, 1W. "" i Surxevor and Hrldge Com
UNION DEPOT TIME, GfiRD.
InsrKt i i
onlv ft ryt
t.ndv ' I S
x,l trnin daily
x pi H inday, s,
pt iMturtlsv , ' '
urliil ni.lv First
it ivt , frri n 1 iiliimn lltrive
HANNIHAL A Ml JiiK II It
IV I , frri n 1
Trnlft Iave Arrlv..
! C, nronkflelil . . tl '' m xl i a n
Atlantlr evpretts .. T m xui " pi
( hi. xc'o Inst mall "Kir , 6 F i m r m
BI. Louis ixpres . 1" m i i '1
HAM tt. R. IV NKI'tlAHK -lliiil R-
l4 ton HOUtf.
IVnver .f K C nnpre,
Mncoln Itilllnii I'ligot
Hound ., It "Mm .i vm
It. C ST. Jt)F. CtiFilI. HLt F, 1
t . kailhoad
Omiihil A t t. fast mail '0 lmti M '"'bti
Invrn express , S.a-. pm l ' ' an
Omaha e-xprcM , ..... . !i I pm ' i 'x
St. Jite A Iowa mall..,. ..'" ' un i "i
Ivnver express ll"xin T '1 i
Lfiv.. Alcli. ,t St Joe Sin inn 1 l t ni
All t rnins mdk lavfnvvottli excel tho
in in a tn
CHK'AilO, HOCIC ISLAND ft lUCIHC.
Trains Hast of M'sanurl Itlver
Chlcto mall iHLitti x7'ipnt
Chi' ftjir limllril '. I tun 'Jlintn
Tl ( X ; or MlMOlltl IIV'T
Jinl h. M, hl'ti. Ft. W.. I'tViim " pn
!'n col p I'n'blo . ini"i tu i nx
De c'ol .! Sr t'11'lilo...itx Hi'tu v intn
M ihltn I T a Ft W, S lupin x am
Toiiek.i Ituuhinson ... . rs 40 pm jx.mix
MlMSol'Hl PACIFIC It. II r-uns 1 asi.
vlall si,t (.p-p.n ; in nn (, ptn
ht Lou! tin) express 1" '"' Un '1 l
New Vnrk fat mall .... 1 'tm 7 i m
bt Louis niitht expre'i... 9 f pm lo "') xni
Lexlnmon ,x- St I, -x . . T " i in 1" '"
Lt-xlnmon ,x S. il in pn. tiJjani 7 Upni
, ... Trains Went . .
Coffi-jvllle Colorado . .10 10 am fi II pm
Coffey vllle A i, hlta . . . S.fpm 7,.Jam
, 'Iialn South
Jop, Ft Scott A Wlch ... 4 05 am II K pm
Joplln ,; Texss express .. 10 .'a am 3 lipu
Jcphn ,w Texas rvprts.... 7 w ptn 7 t. am
Oinnbi. Lln. N city ex 9 IS pm
(ilnn hit iV- C it tl.iv ex.... 7 .10 u in
1 .t pm
ft i un
Jx ( ,; A aceom ex j i"' pm
Ix ( ,v- st JOe ex it) 30 am
K. C . A. . St J ex .... 7 ipm
KANSAS CIT .VliIlTIIWKSl'l UN It H.
Sf ll i ,X llentrlie etc . . t . pm t pm
WAIIASH ItMLItflAD C(IA.S
Mt i.ou.s ,x Chi, ago ix . . In" am t
St L A N v, Him ex..xb n .xl
i t ni
nt. 1,, I) M ,v S' F. ex.. s X pin
iv. C .x cm -ago ft .. ..
CIlli AUO Ai
Clilrn.-o & St Louis ex.
i. .a i n
. Ii t1 am
. C (' p'li
U .0 am
6 M pm
'.i in unt
7 l nnv
..,...- ,,.. .. .
i cmriigo liuuieu
St. L Chi afio ex . . ..
lv,.SB,V-i c ri 1 , I lllll
Hat risen, ille
Mull 10 Warn
.X i llntjli. xl" " nn
t 00 pni
hi I, am
tti It am
7 1 am
Dteiiwntei iiciom f 2ri ptn
Clieroki e ut t oin D - I'm
Suburban pns.nper .. ,x I. (" pm
Joplui .X New oilein .. !' .lupin
MISSOFHI. KAN.-tAS A TH VS
Tt'XUS express .,
Pacific etintt limited . ..
in I. am it Tj inn
tl UT, in t.-s am
i l i m ft M pm
Finn V mil
Deiivtt ,(. On I t xpress . , ' I in
ATCIIISuN 'lupl.KA A- FA N'T X
H-ist of .Missouri rlv.r
Chlcni-o limited 7 itopm
Columbian Hnilled S "" I m
Chliac-o fat t'av light ex. ,1inm
I'oil Minll-on I" nl . S I" mi
West of Missouri river
R 1ft mix
1 I in
Ok'nhoma .1 Texas local.. St. ml
S Kos dm ? Ft am
C'ol. Ftah .X Texas Urn . n-n nn
4 10 tun
r, .0 pm
f " pm
t . "m
J ft i i m
Mexico ,; Cal ex
Hniporln local (S
I'lnhiui'lle ev f
Kos , Ok .1- Tex
K ).. .xl "i 1 1 m x'l '0 inn
... -I to pm " t" mil
K 1 . hi it 7 0.i un
n'ht . x 9 t t m C jo am
fir lilt Avenue Ft pit!, I ti enl v-eeoH'l -Unset
ClilCACO, MILWAFKP.H .. st I'lt'I,.
Chicago passi liter 'i 1 1 un 7 ' pm
Chlllnothe express xl tW pin W'Oiim
Kntisn ( lit .V llnli pclitlt lire
Pli elrlr II I
A. ni. L-nve Knnns Cltj
C 1.1 All trains fnlni 6.1
run cvtrv If. mlliuti's P. in
r. ti. r, in r, ii. ev, 7 lo 7 a 7
.x r. s ri ii io. s 3i io . ion
train on Sunjnv luivts at 7
Tuesdays. '1 liuisdays un 1
KANSXS CITV INDKPHNDI NCH AII6
Depots. Second nnd Wjnndotte and Sec
ond and W ilnut.
GRAND G&NTRAL DEPOT.
EC1H0 AIIO ViYAHDOTTE STS.
Chicago Great WstcrnRy.
'"I ho Maple- Lent Knutc."
Dep.u ' Arr ve.
Chicago, et. Paul Min
neapolis St Inseph,
Des Xloine-t and Oil
buiiue Llinlte! Dally 10 W am 6 00 pni
Des Mollies, St Joseph,
I tttl.ii,,,,., rhiem?n.
Bt.i'nul and Minneapo
lis Hxprt ss
r. 3-00 pni v " lr Ml
Chicago, Diibuipie unii
lies .Moines impress.
Chlcae'o. St Paul VMInnenp-d'" 1
leaving W.MIH in, his el; Rim N
man Flawing Huom SlcepliU'
i-ars en inute
Dts iXItiliitK r:xpress, leaving
has Pullman Compartment S .
Kunsn clt) iiim n oin-s
KANMS r1Y iiSI.Ml.AAc "'"
Clinton X. (1st . obi ii .'. 0.1 i i
K VS VS CIT l'l e lsIFHf. V
Plitsbg Jttp A N't 'io II "
'A 1 1 minol mi' J. ' i
;, ninnio I it on i " '
'DiiL 'X ' pt Sun 1 iv
) Woo '..inl Ive.
Tlio Depot Carriage and Baggage
si.vi:mii AMI IlltlHIIW v.
roR A CAMUAGZ OH EA0QACE IVAG0H,
I'rtililpt rtlid Ilelhilile
mi i:iiia en xitni s i oit Miiiir vvottic
NOTIf'P. 'in CONTltXCT'l:5 T e nn
del tignetl will, on lie 21st tu ' n fober.
IWi .it Hie nisi limit tlot.r of tl jort
liouse, comer of Sllssoiirl live ut 1 unk st ,
Kunsas I'll). Sin nl lie bo'ii- of . loclc
jt in. of that da). It t by piil.il nn" r to
tho lowest responsible bidder, tin lolnp of
tho following, nibjei t to lln siit .1 ,
ttiu count) tuurt Hull ling in ii n l.rl igii
tn see 5. twp -17, Ig M, biiil.il ,oii n
bridge In sec '.', twp. If, Ig (J Hpe tl n
tlons inn) be run at the l a U ,
county survivor In the conn ho. -c ,
cash tlepotlt or certlltetl chfl. f r tw l
hundred tlolhus to lir tl .-I'.d bv
iiuh bldiler. which shall betom. f rfe'tetl
to the touni) on fulluie to make Mir i
tor) bond. T J O'lT. XIIPHTV
County Surveyor ntul llildge Conitii'ssliiiicr.
Ni.TK'H TO CONTHACTOItS-The un-dcr-Uned
will un (iciober liili lsii n 3
o'eloi k li III of th it d is let bv pi.b 1" out.
ci), at the enst from door of ihe cu my
court house , or MlstMiiri an ind mlc
t , to tilt lowest lespoillble loi' r ISllb
jet t lo ilm approval uf the ocun v ouri),
the ilprapping of a part of the Hi km m
Mills road, ami also of a part of the It.t ind
Hove rnHil Spet Itlcatlons may be si en In
in) ollb e, tn the couit house A cash de
posit of two hun lied (2ii) dollir rf l'llre.1
of tiuh bid To be foifeiied to ounty ex
falbue to make suusf u ton- lion i
' (Bl.md 1 F J OFLXIinriTV
Co Surveyor ind HrMge Ciinm
Dxleil (' 1 IQlh. 1S1
"NutTcU TO CONTHACTOlis- The un
dersign tl will on the SOth day of O pber,
ni. nt the hour of 3 o'clock of that day,
bt bv public outer) to the lowest resp-ns.
hie ld filer, at the cnt front door of tlui
lounty i ourt liouse. corner of Mi-smr nv
nine and Oak street, the following work:
(subject to approval of the eoiintv ccuri):
Ono wooden bildge, sec. 31, twp. 4', rg 31;
one wooden hi dfce. tn. 15, twp 50, i, 31.
Specifications for snmo may bo seen at my
ollb e, In tin court house, t Katisis City,
Datesl Oct 10th. I'M
N'OTICIJ of application for discharge of
omlitiee Notlco U hervhy given 10 tha
creditors of the Luce & Fu&sell Shoo unJ
Irunk Company that on the 2Ut day o
October, ut the opening of court, or a soon
thereafter as counsel can be heard. 1 shall
upph. In division No. 3 of the Jarksoa
county circuit court, at Kansas City, Ml
ioun, tor a discharge from my trust as oj
iKneu of the tald Luce Ai Funell Shoe unJ
Trunk Company. W. J. ELLIOTT.
4tslgne Luc 6 Fuuell Shoe uud TrJBltf
g 'Phone I! BAgGE
pi IR3 ( M"il23thl.
u ur id-,
-v ! wfw
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