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THK KANSAS riTY .JOn.XAL, KUinAY, l)K(nKMHKH (5, MIX
A GENEROUS RECEPTION.
k.vnjias was (iiu:i:ti:d
Ore.t Mppxlnir Under llin Ampler, nf the
Mllllnti I tub The (iilr-ign I'rtu lit
tendril Jinny Cotirtpslrs l.lo-
rf-"Tit mi-oHmr nt thi Attdltorttim
i i ' mo under the mippiip of tin1 Kan-
. M iii.ni Club, mii irnc of the greatest
- ntmud of it kind ever held. The
m iw imrllctihirly generous
(i tt-'ntnvnt of iiii me-etimr Below
1I i f.mnd extern I from th reports of
Hi', line, pflimlxe of tlctiilled descrlp-
.1 ii'il thi' speeches delivered.
GLORIFY OLD KANSAS.
Ureal Merlins for tlm Ailliinrrtnrnt of the
PiiHpr tend Prosperity of the mmiu-
ltttvefr"tif thn Union
-u'n ni ip He-conl.
Kit i had another boom In Central Mo
s ' nil I i-l tiljrht. A number of Chlitro'li
I i a l,iitiie mrii had Invited ex-tenet
jr a tin .1 In -nll nnd otlwrit of Kmimus
t i i'v idtlrvsues on Hint ntnlc. her re-
i- - devi lopnvnt ninl tolhtlltlPs,. as a
li I in -.quel to tin- exhibition of Kansart
li l .its in Hatiorj- 1. Mr. Infill iliil not
in pi ir, but the othtr orator weie ptcn
div mor .torrlll, of Katutns, n Intro-
i I l Franklin Jr. ll ml, The governor
i ,u ! with hlx left hand full of mnnu
,! hi. i arter sincerely thnnlUni Mnor
tsw n iv ! the clrtj-eiis of Chi. ago In hehult
of th Million Club ntnl nil Kiuusnn for
V t natality which had lieen exfen.lpil
m right Into hi subject, eontltilng
'. e r n his manuscript, which fairly
t' I with llg-urex nml ulntls'tlis. Oov-
r Morrill spoke fondly of his ittitt.
' ail Unit onlv the Tnrt tt tils. lw Im-
Cl . ago rpsttnlne,! him frnin amtlntr
tl nl K.in--n thp greatest stnte in tho
Mt.ii si country or tlm world.
T' i' Million Club hml b.-on orirnnlzM for
tic inirroif of luhlltnr l.on.oio to tho luiim.
1 ittcn ct Knnsn. In thl pffort lt mom
1 r., h nl romliipfpil thp pxTilblllon of iiroil
1 'n In Chimin) ii ml wonlit continue nlonc
! r l ir litis. ti tilneo tholr tntc nronprh-
1 ' r th piibllr N'o iiolltlral Inlluptii'i'
nr irn ilo pntrrprl ronlil Bworo from Iti
1 rpo.o thi Kr.uul objtct of thp club. It
"Wiisout to liootn i'innn!iii-." lint tho "lioom"
wis to ho onp of sound tenf nml ba.Ml
on ronM-rvntlvo luwln-ys prlncltih".. It
v-ouIJ, not mlirepre.iont or e.;iirKi.'ratc.
ALL LAUD KANSAS.
Son- of tho Snnflnw-pr -tiitp Ir.lln lt Per-
tllo Arrpn Cntornor .llorrllt
rrom thp Tlnips-ironilil.
Kin in repteil Chicago Iii't nlcht, ntnl
thr pimnn o fthp 'WptPrn statp blo.siompil
llkp th. fairest of Kiinlons under the plo
nuent pi,ilp and bmnliiK words of hpr
son th piim nnd Brace the Ppenki r
of ihp opnlmr illplaypd Knn'aa In nil her
Rlor on I showed ChleOKOnns that treai
urri wre lyliifr not far away In the West
twiiMne to W K.uneitd by whnt they c-alleil
the Kieatet commerelnl center of the
The one disappointment of the cvenlnK
''' the non-nppp.iranco of John J. In
pnlls who was once called Kansas' favor
ite -on Up was to have bpen the orator
of the orriMon. 1IU clonuenee would have
directed the attention of all to the Suntlow
er s ate, and his brilliant, lilting pplKtnms
nnd sareastlo phranes would hae laid baip
th eKotisni, shrouded liv the ciltter of
l.astern fame, of those states which pre
tend to iRiioi-p ceijUiIni; that coinns from
the We-t. Hut John J. Installs did not
come He telegraphed that lip was snow
bound soin.-'Wherp In Wisconsin, and that
ho could not possibly reach Chicago In time
for the Knns.it, meellnB. And the Kansaus
Kuuniiled anil muttered that It was Just like
JnBills They wanted him to talk to Chi
cago anl to tell of the glories of tho state
i a lanitiiaice and a manner all his own.
Jiei ausp he did not nppear they said he had
1 i .red his tinnees for the senate. Hut
tin' is another story.
'i enthusiastic audience K-athprfil in
f'ditral Murle hall, partly to lHtPn to cx
Senator luealls and partly to learn some
thioR more than meic rumor about Knnas.
The Snntlower state had illstliiBUlslied Jt
t":r b hnviiiR a boom unique In itself, as
one of the otators of the eventute styled it.
H.t Knnt-as had somethlnK more than a
boom to orfer to the ChlciKoans. who went
io Mie meeting. It had Its vast cornfields
nn 1 pasime lnnds to attract IntencIinK: set
tlers and io show that tho state was bound
to nae a great future.
The Kansas meeting was at ranged by the
K ins.is Million Club, whtcli was organized
wiih the sole Idea of bilnglng l,0flft,ucu per
sons to the Sunllower state. The club's ob
ji i was somewhat dlffeient from that of
th- Two Million Club, of Chicago, which 1
determined to prove that tho gnrdon city
has .'uooixio InhnbltiintH within Its borders,
iesiuie the government and school census.
I'll ler the wings of the Kansas Million Club
th . h billon at Hatteiy P of the products
of ih- Sunllower Ftate has flourished for n
month And It was in conjunction with this,
as ii sort of object lesson, that the Kansas
meetinu was held last night.
GARDEN OF THE WEST.
Jtlg JIiihs lleullni; In tlm Intercut of Knn-
sas l'o II11II1I Pp tho Mntu.
rrnra the Inter Ocean.
Kar'as was the themp nnd Knnsns the
nun uphere at the meeting held nt Central
Musi hull last .'eiilng. As Hon. J. It.
JH11 ion 1 xpiessed it in tho opening words of
h.s uidicss.the state is not seeking unother
buoiii They had one onco and nro s.UUllcd
tti'n their experleme.
1I Senatot John J. Jntrallj was cxpocted
to bi the prluelpal one of the tin 00 speaker-
Mr Ingalls, however, is in the cluti lies
of a le. tuie hut can hard-hearted enough to
j fusf his request for a d.U" off, nml thjn
lui'lun e which hart gathered to llHten to
bis addicts uib eompulli.il to do without
their ti . at
Tb'H meeting was nnothor Etep In tiro
cnint aign for tbe building ui of Kansas,
net iij the ilouble-uctloii methods of a
lioim but bv ste.nlj -going, coinnion-iilnco
moitnient which shall biing Into the Sun
llov 1 r state all that Is best and most de
slini lo for tho building up of a gteiu com
monwi.altli This movement was Inaugurated four
mouths ago bj- the fm inatlon of thu Kansas
"Mill. on Club, the oblect of which Ih to aug
1111 nt tin populatiun of the state to tho
i .mfoi table, number of a million solid cltl
i'.ens The club is not otfciing lnilueenieins.
Is nut sucking to draw forth a horde of ad
Miiiiuous spcculatois, but Is proceeding by
li lilmato inethods to present to tho lioine
(eeking people of Auuirlca. tho gieat advan.
tnges of the state n n location for desir
A display of the products of tho statn
v,u nrepaicd and has been on exhibition in
Jtuteij p Tho club Is entirely without
lie uiuary motive and absolutely dovoted
to the Interests of the state.
The speakeis at last night's meeting
wen Ooyeriion K. N. Moirlll mid Hon. J.
It llurton. Ileildes tliiso a musical pro-l-'ramtue
was presented uy tho following:
(iottschalU .School orchestia, Coyoto nuar
teije of Kansas, coiuiio.si.il of V. P. Tav
lor, J O. Ilw arils. W. C. Udwnrds, W.
c Hilu. (1 A. Sells and II, Porter, mul
JIlss C'elratti Nellls. pluntste.
The audltnco was fiimdly to Kansas, The
auditors were ex-lvansuns, Kansans, pros
pi etio Kutisans, or those who havo tnter
rt in Kansas, Tha tiraises, the few ex
cuses, and Hit- stutlstlcs that wero given
out by the speakeis fell upon eager listen
ers llnveinor Moirlll poured out nn im
ppn.se fund of pwle for his ttate, backed
up by sucli 11 quantity of evidence that the
listfiiiMs coulil not doubt that Kansas must
In the Uden of the earth. The closing re
irarks of the speech reduced this high
1 tal, for he said; "We do not claim that
Kansas Is a paradlbe." It left, however,
th Idea of a inoto permanent If less Idyllic
t'l.lioiy, vvlieiu beefsteak and coffee, may
pi had instead of the nectar and cream
putfs of a parudlso.
The uudlenco was not quite so large ns
had been expected, but the fact of Ingalls"
abseil e had escaped, und many dlsap.
Iioluti d peoplo changed their plane. Ingalls
and novel nor Moiilll are candidates to
j. present Kansas In tho United States sen
iti, und Kunsuns hero were speculating
J.ist night what effect Mr, Ingalls' non
appenruueo would have 011 his cumpulgn
for the benatorshlp. Some seemed to think
thut It would bo to the udvuiuuge. of Gov
ernor Mori III.
The set subject for the evening was
"Kansas; Hir Kesources und I-'uture?' and,
while Iho speukers tried to keep from boast,
nig. they weie sorely tempted in dlUtluu
ujMin this subject.
I'lttlMINPNT KAMsANij ON Till: bTAQK.
3Iuiiy Mate otitclul uud Other Citizens
Among the Number.
From the Tribune,
In semi-circular rows of chairs arranged
upon thu stage, eat the following statu
olllclals and other tesldeuts of Kan&as:
Governor H. N, Murrlll
Be retury of State W. C. i:dvvuids.
U Stanley, state superintendent of pub
William Hlgglns, ex-secretary of state.
C A, Fellows, mayor of Topeka,
John U. Frost, land oomintasloner Atch
Jwqu. Tou.ka & SaaU ffu tuilroiiA.
Ocorpp V, Klmllay, t'tnle mines In
Kpfotor, J. It. Iturlnn, Abllcnr,
J. S Colllnj, Topfkit.
II. M. l'hllllpit, Topkn.
Herbert Pottrr, Jinvptiworlh
I. S. Illnlt. Invennorth.
I: .tmpoti, t.oiivpjiwortli.
C. ItlooJ Smith. Topfka.
II. V (tlllon, Topek.i.
.1. J. Hot, l.iurencp.
Jti'lttp J. s. Kmcry, Lawrence
V J. DiiMn, I.nrnPtl.
r. P. Titylor, Irfirneil,
Treil P. ftoolh, lArned,
V. C. llllu, Lutneil.
V.. Wlbler, Topekt.
li It Jin", firpiit llon.l.
John Simpson. Mrl'hpnon.
txhpr protnlnptu rept-i'Ptil.ttlvp of th"
Siinflonpr ltp nnd resiMptitu of ChlenKo
werv ipiiirlrpil In Hip bote n follow n.
Hot I -P. II. IMwnnUt.
Hot It-Mr- W. C Kilwnnl. Jlrn. J. O
IMwunln. Mr Kihvnra i. Hmljion, I.ucllo
Hot K-1J. M HIIIm nml J. H. IMwnnlf,
Hot H-ll M Wl'Ur, Mr. II. f. Wllr.
Mf. K. M. Htitbep, nml MIsh limbec, I'hl
Hot O-Miijor nillam W. Hell, Mrs
Wlllmm V. HpII, II. i:. yotttlmell, rtn-1
Mm. II. K. KouthwPlI, UlilcnKii.
Hot A -Mr. nml Jlro. I.. V. N'oyc-, Chi
IpMpnts of Chlritito who formerly llvrd
In K'iimiw. worp nuniprniii nt the mi-plltiK,
mul hrnrtlly rhertnl the ppnkpri ntul tin?
f;iiM. Hpii nlioul thplr homo ttntp The
ll-t l n follows;
A. M. lwlPV.
C w. Kiivrr,
Itnlph M. liii'lcy,
Geo. T. Nlchotion,
P.. V. Stubes,
lipo 1. I'Hrineler,
V. P. While,
J. II. MorrlK,
W. It. Put no.
Prnnk A. Ncnl,
W i J. lltncrcon,
W. II. Plmpon,
It. A. Trimble,
J W. Whllp,
S' It. Ilrown,
Win, T. N'lohol.xon,
i:. l,. iiuRho,
J. II. I.ntmworthy,
(1. 11. Ilnlnr-,
C. A. Mcl,nln,
I , 1, IS1IIKC,
W, II, I'ndKtiior,
r.iss-ll. M. Dnvle,
Pr. P. .1. Mulvnne,
1'. P. Tnjlor,
Mr. V. II,
.1. H. Morrl".
li. i'. Aiiiner,
(Ico. H. Thompson, .1. O. Pitvldnon,
P. S. Woodman
If. I,. Pierce,
W. P. Clnrey,
U A. Walton,
11. C. Knowles,
I.. P Skinner,
Mrs. J. W. Cimv,
I lurry Hpber,
. i are ,
T, W, Woodman,
A. O. Mol.nin,
.1. W. Crow,
II. C. Carre.
P. W. Hrhy,
IMwIn Whltp Moore,
J. 11. Thomas,
t . .Miinpr,
W. J. Osborne,
X. c. Knight,
U. c. Ttnssptt,
D. O. Ttobei tson.
.Sim e early on Sunday morning every
train from anywhere In the state of Kan
sas has brought to Chicago enthusiastic
residents who wanted to ste Chlcngo nnd
attend the great meeting held for their
state Most of them were old or middle
aged people and the following gentlemen
from the statu of corn and sunilowers wero
to be seen In the nudlenee:
Million Club representatives;
W. C IU1 wards
F. P. Tnvlor.
W. C. Hilts,
II. M. Philips,
A. II. Kgcett.
J. O. Ilw arils,
Ueotge A. HellS.
A. V. I.lndell,
W. V. Pile,
T. A. Mead.
John II. Prost,
c. A. Pe
I'cllows, mayor.Chnrles P. Darnes,
IjUpI le- . Maker.
i J-. uanooipn,
M. S lioHon.
W S I'.irkhurst,
lldwnrd l:. Wilder,
C. W. Flndlay,
I'Yed A. ltej-nlck,
W. A. Coats.
J. 8. Collins,
W. II. Harnaday,
F. O. Adams,
P. J. Pavis.
Frederick V. Dooth,
W. C. Hltts,
11. II. Merwln,
V H Culberson,
From Kansas City
J. Ii Chattlnor,
W. J. Murium,
O. H Coulter.
neorge A. Sells,
.1. ii. i.iiwarii.i.
From Fort Leavenworth:
William lll.-u-k, (l. S. Hlatt,
S. C. Wilson, Col. P. 11. Anthony.
J. S. Finery, J. J. Cox.
From Oreat Mend li It. Moses.
Fletcher Meredith. P. II. Albright,
X. C. Core.
From McPhei.son J. .M". Simpson.
"W. J. Wilson, I. P Skinner.
From Arkansas Cltj Judge J. V. Beek
nwin. From Meade A. IT. Heber.
From Manhattan W. Tl. AVhnley.
'From I.auiel W. C Edwards, becretary
I'rom Oswego Fvelyn M. Maldnin.
From Klnslj S. s. Urandnn.
I'rom Wlnllcld II. T. Trice.
AN OBLIGING PRISONER,
Went to the .lull and .Surrendered Arter
llulng De.erted liy n C'oimtiibln Who
llml Him Under Arrrst.
James Short is a railroader and lives in
Dallas, Washington township, Jackson
count j". Kecuntly he struck a telegraph
operator over tho head with a revolver be
cause the opeiator had talked about him.
Short was arrested und j-esterday Justice
Mntnev, of Washington township, fined
him $15 and costs, a total of M." I.". He re
lused to pay the tine and a condiment to
the countj- Jail was made out and Consta
ble V. J Goro started with him In a bug
gy for Kansas Cltj-. At IClghteenth street
und Grand avenue the constable put the
buggy In 11 livery stable, saying they would
go to tho Jail on tho stieet cars. The pris
oner stood In front of the stable nnd waited
till he got tired, then he went In search
of the constable, who could not bo found.
This disgusted the prisoner and bu got on
a cable train and went to MlHsoutl and
tlratul avenues, vvhero he alighted and
walked to the Jail
"I've been sentenced to Jail." hp told Pep.
uty Fstes, "and I guess j-ou better lock
Fstes thought tho man wns Joking and
replied that lio would havo to ptoduce a
commitment befoie he could get behind
"A constable's got the commitment,"
said Shoit "I'll wait foi him to show up."
He, sot down and waited or thiitf min
utes. The coimtnuln did not como nnd
Short snid he guessed ho would go out and
get something to ent. Ho asked Kstes
to tell tllo constable If he came to the Jail
to wait for him. Short had been gone a
fow minutes when the constnblo iinived.
very much perturbed. Fates delivered
Short's message and tho constnblo sat
down nnd waited. In half an hour Short
reappeared, tho commitment was presented,
and ho was booked and then led to a cull
to enter upon his term of sentence. It was
suggested that this primmer might provo to
bo a trustworthy "trusty."
VICTIM OF A DELUSION,
John l'redwleh Iiiglu 'Hint Ho Is Doing
l'umncil by a Woman MHU n
Last Wednesday night John Tredwlch, an
Austrian who has recently come, to tlm
city from Omaha, went to Cential station
and asked to bo protected from u mysteil
ous woman who Is following I1I111 with a
knife. He appeared to bu In ubject fear
uud was permitted to Bleep In tho detention
100111. A'bout 6 o'clock lubt night l'redwleh
bounded up the stouo steps of Central
station again and shouted:
"Ai. an Amciloan citizen I demand tho
ptotection of the police,"
His ejes weie dilated and his breathing
was heavy. After ho had been calmed by
c.iptuln Flahtve, l'redwleh unfolded n story
that could only be born of a disordered
Imagination. Ho said that several years
ago while he was working in Milwaukee,
Wis., a woman met him on tho slieots with
a long knife In her hand nnd threatened to
take his life. She follow ed him so persist
ently, he ald, Hint he left the city. Ha
roved over tho tommy, but she, was al
ways In hot puisult, und llually, so I'red
v Icli Imagines, she seemed an ally, who
haunts him by day, whllo the other pur
sues him by night. While the man wan
telling his story last night he suddenly
stunned and suld: "There they both are.
See, one Is taking tha knife from the other.
Keep her awaj"
1'icdwlch was lluully calmed. Ho says ha
has not taken a drink of liquor for one
j ear. Captain Flahlve hud him locked up
To-day tho attention of the agents of the
Humane Society will bo called to his case
and It Is probable (hat Ills fcantty will bo
t'oiivhtril of Ccniilrrttillliig.
Topeka, Ka , Peo, 6. -(Special.) William
Workman, of Leaven .forth, was found
guilty in tho United Sttts court to-day
of making uud passing cOinterfelt money,
uud Judge Foster promptl sentenced him
to two years in tho peijlttntlary, A girl
by the name of Nellie Most r tiled her btbt
to swear Workmun out of i.'s troublo und
fabttn the crime, on Fdward p. vldson, who
wuh also on tilul, but who vvat acquitted.
Old Man Convlctiid of Au ill.
Oklahoma City. O. T Dec. 6. 'Special.)
Isaac Johnson, l years of age, vBs con
victed hero to-day of assault upon Winnie
Wilson, a little 11-year-old girl. ooi.mUted
six months ago. The trial lasted six cays
and an appeal will be muile to the supremo
court. The penulty for the otlensu It. rot
lea thiui tea jviu la tho vxalUutlajry,
rs 8-Tn ' a oTtws B"riro"8"o"6o 5 &
! Comnoaeil of mini netisln. frtlll. kiiIIb. vei'ntnliln rssriires nml
Ooltlen Seal, aro rccoutiiXLtl as tllo
ma uuru iieniru inu puiiuc.
They nro not tv cure-all, but aro
tlon and stomach troubles,
Full sized Pnckngcs Sold by
g.an...0Bo8 HJLg-g gecQggaoO.POPOOOOOO O.P.O.Q.O P.O 0 0 P 0 0 00AP J
THE SHAWNEES' BIG CLAIM
a. 11 mi:
(Hni:iiNMi'.M rit 1111:
Itolnllng tn the Snip of I. mills Nrnr Knnsis
1'lly Papers Will Up I'lleil Willi the
llpp irtment of the I nt r rliir Intrr-
ntlng lll.tnry of the Cine.
In the oillcn of Uuelmn. Freeman .t Por
ter, In KuiiniA City, Kim., there Is belttfr
priiNiieil a claim against the government
of the'l'nltcil States on the iart of the
Shawnee Indians, for Jl.'.'W.OO). The e.ve
In nearly completed, and the claim li to !-'
taken to Washington and llhsl there In the
Interior department within the next ten
dajs. It Is one that will not be eonrliidtd
at once, nnd It may be top year ere It
Is llmilly settled. 'Hip attorneys me reilaln
thej havo good grounds for the claim, and
evpect to push It ns rapidly n.s possible.
There'n an Intere-dlng bit of hlntory enn
lipcted with theilreutn-stani p uncuvuml by
tho suit. A hundred enrs ago, when tho
French were In po.-sei'Hlou of a gmsl part
of the Western country, they deeded a
tract of land twenty-live miles square near
Cai" Girardeau to the Shaw tire Indians
to encourage them to settle In tbe terrl-
tmy, 113 they were considered good cltlr ns.
The land was Inilicaled ns a nervutlon
In tlm proceedings that pnsued when tho
celebrated lulslnna purchase was made,
and refertincn Is mndo In that conveyance
lo tho deeded tiact In possession of the In
dians. About two-thirds of tho tribe went
to tlm reservation, nnd the other part de
clined to go, mul went to Ohio and mingled
for many jear- with the miscellaneous
tribes of the state. They were the roving
lKirtlon of th" tribe, and were cimstnntlv
In lioiibln with the government. They took
part In everj- Indian outbreak for many
yenrn, and llmilly the governmi nt, In 1S31,
arranged with the tribe to give up their
land nt Cape Glnirdinu nnd ncccpt a. tract
tvventj--llvo miles wide nnd 12.1 miles long,
ljlng from the Kiln-on line west and Im
mediately south of tho Knvv river. There
was some other consideration. The trouble
some fellows from Indiana and Ohio wre
rhlpieil out to the new home, while tho
peaceable fellows from Cape Girardeau
went to TeiflH and other places, and llually
settled down In the Indian Territory, where
thete nre niw about ai of them.
Tho members' of the Texas contingent
were many of them mldlers In the wnrs
nnd at all times wero loyal to the govern
ment. Many of them were soldiers in tho
rebellion, serving In regiments from Kan
sas. They have at all tlin been good citi
zens. While lliev were pursuing the path
of honor and solirletv, their warlike rela
tives had bei 11 sent out to the new land,
nlong the banks of the Ktiif, nnd It wns
at ranged that the Ohio Shnwnees, as the
troublesomo ones were called, vvere to have
lo'.eyO acres of land adjoining- th Kansas
territory already on mil by the tribe.
Fpon settling there they assumed nvvu
er.shlp of It all, and In lfftl, when the gov
ernment ngent.s came nut to get the land.
the Ohio fellowH sold out their own PM.friO
ncrcs of land, nnd also tin- I,.')..) ncn s
of tho original grant. They got for the lot
S's'O.Ctn, nnd po. keted the whole ptoceeds,
when their own slinru was but one-sixteenth
of that umount.
Iteccntly the business committee of the
Shawnees: took tho question up mid secured
Huehan, Freeman & Porter to take charge
of the case. An examination of the rec
ords proves the truth of the statements of
the Indians and establishes w'hat thev call
their elnim. They gnve up a eoid homo nt
cape Girardeau ami nave been dispossessed
elncfi that time. While they wore Inval to
the government, the warl'ke members sold
them out, nnd now they ask for the funds
duo thi tn for the land.
Walter Shawnee. "ecretaTj- of the busi
ness commlttc of the nation, is stnylng
at Senator N'. J. Hucbnn's while in the city
looking after the matter.
A Sppi lul llfsm.ngrr Mail lleen Sont, ty thn
IlrltNll limb imj-, to New York
to Krcolvo It.
Washington, Px;. 5. The British em
liassj' exjiecta tho nrrlvnl to-morrow of
the Hteamshlp ISrltt.inlc, bringing thu
olliclal mail from the foreign olllce,
which In this ense contains Important
answer of Lord Salisbury to Secretary
Olney'si letter tequestlnfr a ilnal and
tlpllnnto Btatement of Clreat Hrltaln'rt
purpohes coucornliiK Venezula. Donald
son, tho Bpeclal meseeiiKor of tho em
bassy, ban gone t Xew Voile to lucelvc
thn mall dltect from tho lititUnie. He
makes a fortnightly trip for thin pur
pose, currying; tho lings of olllclul mall
to and fioin Wiihlilimton and deullng;
directly with the steivMrils. of the steam
ships1. The steamships Hying; the Ilrit
lsli llai? aro thu .special custodian of
tins cms ot man mm they in tuin trans
fer It directly to the representative of
the umlussndor. It Ik probnblo that
tho delivery of tho answer will bo mndo
to Secretary Olney Saturday'. Then- is
no olllelal iiifotmation here as to the
contents of tho teply.
In diplomatic circles, no doubt Is en
tcrtnlneil that tho llrltlsH niiHwcr fol
lows tho lines laid down in thu llrst
statement made In 1SII, ns to tho Ilrlt
lsh iiollcy. In .subntance this Is that
urbltiatloti will bo choorfully accepted
for thn territory outside of the Schom
nun? line, hut within thut linn no arbi
tration will be ncceptulde, ns it Is con
sidered llrltlsh Mill,
two Moiti; 11111 imp. sniAMints.
The Contracts I.nt In tho lilnbe Iron Work
of ( liiiohuiili
Clovoland, O., Pec, 15. Contraots were
fclsncd to-ilay for two modem steel steam
ers, to be built by the Globe. Iron vvoiks, of
Ibis city. They will be tW feet long and
similar to the piui now being constructed
by the fllobe company. Work will bo com
menced on the new steamers nt once,
which, with tho one now building, will bo
Iho largest ore carilers on tho Oreat Lakes,
All of the boats will be llnlnhtd tally next
summer. Their uppioUmuto cost will be
Articles of Incnrpiiratlnii,
Tho Ilucke & Sexton Contacting and
Ilullillng Company lllrd m tides of Incor-
notation with the recoiderof deeds yester.
day. (icnerul building and contracting Is
purposed by It. The capital stock is $JO,0oO,
fully paid. The Incoiporulora are George
Hutke, S, Ii Sexton and it. II, Hamilton.
Committed to dull.
A warrant which was Issued out of Jus
tice Hawthorne's court Thursday, charging
J, M. Ilentun with embezzlement, was
served yesterday. He was arraigned, und
being unable lo give ball was committed to
Jail to uppeur for hearing Tuesday,
C. II, Savage, a pressman, of 1027 Wyan
dotte street, mashed the index linger of
his light hand In a printing press In the
olllco of the llenedlct Paper Company yes
Uquora for Kansas.
Shipped dally In secure packages by
auoitan UTdSKLL, Pruuk-ist.
Opposite waiting loom. Union depot.
Children Cry for
safest, plcasantcst, moat tvllitblt lyspe-
designed only forily.spcpsln, IridlRw
Druggists nt 50c. or by mall from
CO., Marshall, Mich.!
$100,000 FOR EXTENSIONS,
sol mi:tiv limn; .iianaiii lt it 1.
IIIAI' 11)11 I.IMtl.NMllltltl.
the Ptlra Ai riniimitil illnus Would l'ro
rlili- for l.uilll .llnre lulu lies Itn ird
Will I Igbl Wur Hi tnrtiiii nt
Cmitrnl of tlm lliiiuis.
WnshltiKton, Pee, C (Spetlal.) Tlmbonrrt
of inanagen of iho SbldlerH' home met to.
day and nnimiK other thlngn dei'lded tn
recommend lo (engross that nu appropria
tion of iir),(M) bu mndo for erectlnif bar
racks at the Leavenworth home, and also
for the erection of a qunrtermnsti r's build
ing. The additional barracks to tin pro
vided are lo ULCommodate nbmit 1 om more
Inniatis. It is also proposed to provide a
ward for the Insane.
The board corn hided to-day to make an
open fight uenlnst the attempt of the war
department to secure control of tho homes.
My mentis of amendments tn the law 11
originally passed, the wur department olll
clals have secured some Interest in tho
business connected with running tho
homes. !) means of n rider at tm lied tn
a genetnl hill at the last Keslon, the quirt
ermaster general's otllce l given the power
to audit the accounts of the lxiard. This
has led to delays of a vevntlous nature and
Just now the board Is being annojed by an
account of J73.W. which it Is proposed to
pay to certain statu for maintaining; old
soldiers nt the stnte homes The bonni
allows unv state 41OT per year for each
soldier kept by the Mate, and now It ap
pears that the war department otlU I. lis
have cotieludi d to Intel fere In this and nth.
er mntleis of the board. Pur this n ason
Is was concluded at tho board meeting to
day to have a bill liitiodticel rt pealing nil
legislation iilUiwIng the war ilep.it Iment
olllclals any control over the board and
the management of the homes.
It happens that Inspector (Ipnernl Hieclt
Inrldge. while making the annual Inspec.
tlon at thi' Penvenwoi th home two vveiks
ago, mndo a few remarks while there which
hnvu reached the intention of the lu.ird,
und this has had a tendency to bring tlm
whole thing to 1111 Kstic.
The board Is now taking enrr of over
2I.0ia) old soldiers, and It is epeclcd that
the number will lncrenso until 1Vi7, when
the number is expected to decrease ery
Held In the 1'rlrfttH of I'nlbis DunOver
r,0( Poiiplrs In thn t.ritlld
Over COO couples Joined In thp grand
march when the leader of Phil Hose's or
chestra waved his baton In the Priests of
1 'alius "den last night. It was the annual
ball of the Martin's Firemen Itellef Asso
ciation, given for the hem lit ot the fund
of llremi'ii's widows and oiphans. Chief
Hale and his wife ld thij march, followed
by Captain Pelletlir, of the lellef patrol,
and his wife. The gathering wns a com
prehensive one and tho amusement was tin-
The bull lasted aw ly Into the night and
a royal good tinii was had by the par
ticipants. These committees had the ball
Arrangements committee Frank Ii Onf
ney, Ale- Henderson, William Smith,
Chauncey Stearns mid Augustus Willis.
Ploor committee Charles Clink, Pred
Pwyi r, Charles McCirthy. Lathrop Kaines,
Jr, John Mii'arthv J.tmes Pirpattl. k,
entries Nichols. James Clinton, John To.
bin, Lon Snow, Thomas Connoi-, John
Lynch, Philip Murphy, John Mommy und
.Mrs. McLean, the well known caterer, set
nn excellent lunch.
TO MAIvi: .lllllti: IHIhKV.
Tiro New lllstlllerlns
.lm lining Pre! I
III Oils lleii'iiiin
In almost every portion qf the Western
revenue district, in whl h Colleotur Withers
galheis the revenues, tluro is nn lnei.a-id
activity In whisky matters and the dirt.l
leries that ale not in operation are pte
parlng to resume operitions at nine. One
of the new distilleries being erected is near
Smllhville, in Clay county, and the other
In Saline county llmh will have a m
paclty that will add materially to the out
put of the district. Thu many dlsilllnles
of the routhtrn portion ot the state are
all tunning at thtlr entile caput In mil
the otheis In otln r purlieus ot tho distikt
are X.ibt getting Into line.
Just belore the la-t legislation affecting
the tax. on whisky went Into elfect then
wns an euornous amount taken out ot boa 1
und placed on the market. The large mles
mule nt that time tamed gnat hardship oa
the smaller inatmfa turns of the tountiv
and caused many distilleries to clu-e, but
the supply that was laid In nt that time
lias about been exhausted nnd trade Is onto
more at Its noiiual -tam in that line
A vciy large amount of the whisky being
made will be biumtit to this tity and
stoi ed In the new guvi rninent bonded ware
house heie, and In this way the whisky
Hade Is tntalii to bo largely lucieased at
Am niilllm all ntlmr pllla. No purztng or
pain. Act specially 011 itm llvr .ma bllo Car
ter's Lllllt) Liver 1'llls. Vua pill a dosa.
'In lliilld 11 New llnnil,
Piiliuque, la., Pee. 5 At a umMIng of
Dubuque business mm a prnllmlnaty or
ganization was effected of a comiuiny to
build 10) miles of railroad southwest Irom
this city. Those Intcrtsted will mitt next
Tuesday and tlett ollb ers, Thn road will
pass through jonen, j.mn, nentoo and
'I'.iinii. la., and i oiine
:t with thu Xouh-
vvettein at Toledo, la.
'I lie hevtn Aeii.
Judgo: Flist age Stes tlio earth.
Second age W'unts It.
Third age Trim tu get It.
Kouith ugi Coiieludis to take only n
laige piece of It.
Plflli age Is still more moderate In his.
Sixth age peel. Icb lo bo satisfied with a
very email section
Sevinth age Uets It.
WANTIIP Carpenter lo Invest J3W In nn
established, inside prolltable business; state
expeilt'lice, Adduss 1' toO, Juuinal olllce.
WA.VTKP SO coal millets, l';o; also
caiptiittis. KriliUHtrs, bill and Main.
WANTHO 3 si
ilx 1 young men, wages
Main st 100111 I.
J2.U0 per day. DJl
WLVNTiUP 3 joung men; light -work; HO
?r week, a West 5th t., loom 1)
i;vipi,dv.iii:n r ao i:ci ks.
CANAPIAN HMPLOYMHNT OFFICK.
and furnished rooms. 10l!i Hast 12th. tor,
Walnut. Tel. 1179. The best place in K. O ,
Mo , to tind help or situations, male or fe.
male; li years' expel lence. Itef. Omaha
Nut. bank Omaha; Citizens' bank, K. C.
WANT PI I A O KSTs.
WANTED Agents Men ulready travel
ing to carry our lubrtcutlni; oils aa a slJs
line. AUSTIN & M'GRB. Cloveland. O.
Til THK Mrlltt'llAMH.
WHO handles your drayagir Do you ret
quick, reliable 3tjrvlce7 Does your trans
fer company look out for your Internist
If you have good reasons for a change, i
would be pleased to hear frpm you. t'ur
nllure packed and shipped. Ueneral trans
MIDLAND THANHFER COMPANY.
Thou iill. 401 awl 403 Wynuaotto u
TO 'HUNT Vi t.v Hi . Urne -rnvnt
tramp, fnuit hd b.n k stairs; newly pa
p. red nnd pmntid, Jin Apply nl 101
Unimex Tel. 21
TO ltTJNT 2A1S Wasblnvlon. S room brlrk
Ihiiikp. 417 per month Apply at No 2.M6
TO UK. NT i-room brlek. W7 W.
cistern, hydrntit; K""d repiill.
TO 1IPNT- Olllce "riHims A few verr
nice rooms In the Hunker building, nth and
Wall, niljolnluic tile New Vork Life bldg ;
iiiltnhln for phjslrlatis, lawyers or real
state Will make attractive price and IU
looms In nice shnpe for deniable nnd per
manent tPtiHtits, strum heat, elevator ntnl
Janitor sctlvce ALKX FINDLAV Agt.
TO ItrS.vr Ntr otlli-p moms In thit Nrr
Kid it biilldlUK, suitable far otllce, slngls
er iioiiIiIp. iilo lrge tuoiiis for nmpM on
'rond, third, ..jrth or lltth floor, com
ef the most tlrltnlile olllcp rooms In tlm
city Apply William i: ltldge, New ltltlgo
TO HUNT The fine large store and btfp
num. MJ-mt Walnut, cor. 10th St. C. K.
H. hnpllkopf, 2d Hour
Tm HUNT 1113 llirrlsnti, tivu nice front
rontns, with or without board; modern;
n f rimers
MONIIY TO LOAN on real rstntp securi
ty nt low rales. II, W MPSSON,
MI New York Life bldg.
Wi TO LOAN on cltj Improved property
for 3 or C years. 11. II I'll LLPS . CO.,
COO Am lilt bldg.
M"N'KV Io loan on rrnl estate nt lowest
rates. Illpger .V .Moore, llrlut bldg.
HFHINP.IS C1IANCI-Makp inonev bv
carrful sperulatlnti In gtnin through a te
llable, Mieiissful il 1 in ; i 1 Ib-nt npporiunl
lies to make iirotlls bv our tievt pi ms. fully
evplnlnisl and sent fri e. highest i.'leretur s.
Pnttlsou A Co, "a Omnlia bllg, Chicago,
SI IMPPI.I.X MIDI'S.
HAItOAt.V WKHK' Typewriter desks,
rolling top disks, bookcases, wurdrobes,
pnrlnr organ. J.'B; olllce chnlra. II. M. llow
ets, 71,1 c, ntrul St.
ClIllONOMirrillt. watch and clockmnk
rr. J P ltPtimnlr, C Fast 10th El., bet.
Main nnd Walnut.
IIHW to hi come law fill phy Fit Inns;
course by mall. Illinois Health university,
w not, t;s. v 1. 1; itii'vci.i .
Have you seen the Kingswood Scorcher'
Alisvilutely high giade, fur Kino. Fully
w.uraiitid fur a vear We have been til
ing to suv- this for the last twelve veins,
but until now we have nevtr been able in
do o We will bonk onb-rs fur a limited
number of these, vvheds fur ihllvetv din
ing' the holli'itvs Kansas city Hkyilt
Company-, pr.T and K'Jii Ilroadway.
ItlCII, oily and clean to hnmllo; bums to
it white ash and won't tlitk by expoHiire;
a home fudustrj. Now is thu litnu to buy
jour cuai Tel. 2191 or 107a
L. T. HMHNPu.N, Agt for Company,
Ann rlcnn Hank bldg.
WA .NT IIP SI !S'i:i.I.A Mini's,.
WANTi:P To sell a binkrupt stock of
ootids on commlsiilon, goud location; tan
sll 3 to live thousand sto. k In f'O days;
geiieial stock mefirred; must know very
soon. Address P 4.1 lournal otllce.
I Dlt s,.;'M,ci;i.I,.M'Dtm
POK SXLIJWlll sell a half Interest In
sterioptlcon mlverlls ltu" business lor JIM
I ash. AddresH W. 1'. HUHtSptiltP, llooi 5,
SAKI3S opened and repilred, boiiKht and
sold. Combination lot ks cleaned and
changed. II. HAUIOilAN Hxpert,
Tuliphone 1251. 103 Hast Tenth st.
MltS. L. JAMIIH. the well known clair
voyant nnd train e un dlum, may be con
sulted nt 1209 Orand uve , parlors 39 and 40.
HUAI. KST.t'I 13 TltANSI'ISllS.
NoitMAN .S IltiHi:ilTSON, propiletors
of ulif 1 1 .i ts and xniiuniis nt land titles.
No lii Hast Sixth stunt, f mulsh dally the
transfers of red 1 state 1II1.I In the recoid
er's uilli e at K.un-.is City, Mo
Notice All transfers uppearlntr III our
dally repot ts tunlaln covenants of general
watiauty unless otherwise Mated.
L'rl J. II4U nnd wife to John S.
Sebitnislinghoff ; lot 12, block 1, Hyde
paik 4 1,10)
W. L. CInlhigher to V. L. Hounds;
lot 12, blotk 1, Hyde paik U0
Stephen Salesbutv tu Teriulnal Im
provimint ,V.-,sot iation; lots In old
Town le'crve 1
Juhn Itisbop and w-lfe to II. I. Kiaft;
part of lot lm, Campbell ad II11011 . 1
WHHHHAB. Cbamiilon Mavlleld and
Cynthia II. .Mnyilelil, tils wife, grantors
by tluir deed of trust dated ihu llrst daj of
June, eighteen bundled and eighty -nine,
leeorded on the tuurth day uf June, eight
een hundred und eighty-nine, in the record
er's olllce of Jacksuu county, MlnSuiitl, at
Kansas City, In book II .V), pages .111 to
31.1, both Inclusive, tonveved to Jeffeison
lirumtmi k, trustee, the folluvvlng destrlbed
land In the county of Jackson, In the suite
of Missouri, to-wlt. All of lut iiumben d
four hundred nnd -ixty-two OC2) in bluck
liuiiibind tidily -four (3D In MtOee's addi
tion to the City of Kansas, as the same Is
in. nked and deniguated 011 the pint of Mill
addition on tile and ot moid In the otll, tt
of the recorder of deeds of the s ltd Jacki-on
county, making 11 parcel of land In Kansas
City fronting full -nine and one-half H3'j)
feet on the west side of Walnut street, and
running li.uk nest that width one hundred
and tifleen und one-half (llj'j) feet, more
or b ks, to an alley, und also fronting one
hundred and tlfieen and one-half (llfi'i)
feet on the north side of Nineteenth streit,
in trust to secute payment of eleven prom
issory notes In said deed of trust desctlbed:
and, whereas, default was made In the pay
mtnt when due of the prlnUpnl note he.
cured bv said detd of trust, all the other
notes having been paid, and the whole of
the, principal of said principal note, with in
terest thereon from December llrst, eight-
en hundred and ninety-four, uetordltig to
the terms uf raid note, retinitis due and un
paid; now therefore, at the request of the
pay en und owner of said unpaid principal
note, said Iliumhaek, us nn h tiustee, will,
under the power .11 said deed of trust, pro
ceed to sell said land by said deed of trust
conveyed und any nnd every part thereof,
nt public vendue, lo tho highest bidder, at
tho court nomas door in the city of Kansas
(now called Kansas City), In the county of
Jackson, nfortsald, for cash, between the
hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon nnd
live o'clock In the- af terjioon on Saturdny.tho
twenty-eighth day of December, eighteen
bundled and nlliiity-llve, to pay the costs
mid expenses of cixeeuling the trust, liiclul
lug cumpensutlou to Urn trustee for Ills
services, urd the amount due on nld prom
issory mite unpaid, tlie mint house door
nt watch such sale will be made being the
Kin 111 fiont dooi of the court Iioiim build
lug In Ivunsns City, Juiksin tounty, Mis
souri, nu the block of ground bounded by
Fifth Htreet, Oak street. .Missouri avenue
und Locust street, In which building the
circuit court of Jackson county, Missouri,
at Kansas Cltv, Is held mul at width door
the sheriff usually sells land ou execution
from mid court.
inPFHIUSO-V IlltlTMHACK. Trustee
NOTICl! TO OONTltAOroKS-Thtt nn.
derslgntd will, Pect tuber 2.', Is3", at tho
hour of - o'clock p. m , of that day, at the
cast fiont door of the court house, Mis
sourl uvi'ime and Oak stieet, let by publlo
outtrv to the lowest bidder, subjeit to ap
proval of coinilv court, (he building of 1111
linn bridge on Crojsdale load, section 2.'.
township fA range 31, A cash deposit of
two hundred (200) dollars lequlied with
each bid, which will In fuifelted to county
on (nihil a to mako satlsfuetoiy bond. Plans
and speellicatlons may bo seen In olllce of
county surveyor, i J, O'FLAHHHTV.
Paled Pccember ?. 163.1.
NOTICE. TO CONTKACTOHS The un.
deibUiied will, 011 pccember Clb, KJj. at
the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., of that day,
let by public outcry to the lowest respon
sible bidder, subject to the approval of the
county court, at tha east front door of the
court house, Missouri avenue and Oak
btrett, the building of stone arch or yltrt
tied brick culvert on the Hay town roud. A
cash deposit or certltled check for two bun.
dred (200) dollars required with each bid,
which shall be forfeited to the county on
fulluro to make satisfactory bond.
Signed, V. J. O'FLAHEHTY.
DaUJL November 16 th. liii.
l.LDAL .OI It lis.
V IIKItK.A.. llelirv tl fltlebel And Jeim
tlHle HtlelKd, Ids wlfp. by thell epMMin
iIpHI of tiusi limed Stptemlir th. !,
Ackliowledneil by wild Mtlcliel and wife Ot
totr 1st, 1W1, nifd for record Ottober
7th. li, and recorded In ImciK "11" IU. t
pare 117, In I he otllte of Hie recorder of
dteils m and for Jaihson unilitj. .MlFsmiil,
hi Knnsiin city, did convey to the imdir
sikiifiI titislie the fnllonlnpt drsi rlbed real
I'fttittp.idltMlcljlnK ntul bcln In ihaiuunty
pf JurKsuti and ntnto of Mlmourl, lu-wii
lain six 1), neven (Tl, elht tl, nine II)
nnd ttn (bu In him k eleven OH. Pei ry
place, nn nil tltloit In the City of Kansas
iiiiivv Knnsns Cltj 1, as fhIiI lots nre mniked
ad liesimintp.l on the tiled plat of said
ndilltinti In the recorder olllce. Jackson
toiinty. Mlsn,irl, said properly being mine
pnrtii uiHtl) desctibpil ss foflow: Ctun
initiiinr at a point on the went line of
Cinipli. II stieet, Iffi feet north ot Rlevmith
Unit Iheme ninth ISTi feel on Canipbi II
strut thence wist bio feet to n nlby.
Ih. me south iilniiir sal, I alley tC feel.lhcntp
i-ni-i i-r, iee 1,, ler lieMlllllllllX. Ileum mi--
fntm piopitty iiiuvejed tu Mlil II. O Stle
1 I A P!
'11111111H mntt ttiip 11,
illl.u a.l 1, If t.t' it... il
iinieu eiovemliir lllli. IS?!).
.... I ., .' " ... "'.' " ". -.- . -
and recoriieu in
iiiiiik 11 lit,, pnge
of the tecotds of
..I-.. Irtla nl.n III
in ksnli rnunlj, Ml soiirl,
two (!l. thr l.ll r,.ue 11 ftvn 11. Mix I'll
and seven 11, In Holmes subdivision of
lol elKht (s). nine 19) mid part of lot ten
(Hi), In blmk sixty -four till). i:at Knliii.
nn nddltlnii to the city of Kansas (now
Kansas Cltj). nl-o the idece of Kroutid
formerly an nlley spparnlmr said lots 1.
!!. M. I. R and i) from snld lot seven (7.
the afuiesnlil pretnlp belnif the Identical
Kniiitiil (evietu said nllfj) coiiVBjpd by
William Holmes and wire to nld Henry tl.
SlltUd by d 1 dated April 1st, M. and
leeorded In bonk "I!" lift. pni'P 115, of tho
Krot-ils of Jni'kson pounty. Nllssoilrl, and
said ground (fottnirly an nlbyi being lh
samp nlley vacated and conveyed to said
lluirj o. Stelliel by 1111 order of me county
tiiurt of Jackson tounty, Missouri, as te
tiinled In book "II" tun. pit 11 e "ds. of the
n cords of Jackson (ountv. Missouri, In
Oust to secure n certain bond In suld deed
of trust described, nnd. whereas, default
has In en iniuln In the payment of the In
stallments nnd Interest bv said bond re
quited to be paid and various Installments
mid the Imprest mentioned In said bund
have renin Hied unpaid over six mouths
whereby It Is provided by said Inind and
detil of trust that the whole principal
debt shall, at the option of the holder of
said bond. ImtnrdlatPly thereupon become
due nnd pavable, and, whereas, the owner
and holder of nld lsiiul has exeiclsed such
option and declined the wlnde debt due,
now-, thciefore. notice is heteby given that
nt thu 11 quest of the legal bolder and
owner of snld bond and by virtue of the
power mid authority In me vested bv said
deed of trust, I, the undersigned tiustie,
will on Fiblnv. Pecembir rJtli. Is95. be
Iwicn tho hours of ! o'clock a m. nnd ii
o'clock 11. 111. of that ilit v . proceed to sell
tllld Will Fell the above desctlbed real es
tate, at public vendue, to the highest bid
der, for 1 ash, lit the donr of the Jackson
county, Missouri, circuit court house, nt
the northeast corner of Missouri avenue
and Oak stieet In Kansas CI I v. Jnckon
county. Missouri, nnd shall make such sale
for the purpose of satisfying said liond
and imprest and the costs of exe-iitliig
this trust. Li:o.V HIit'K,
WHKItllAS, Oeorge O. Netswnnger ntul
Mary II Nes anger, his wife, nnd Pavld
(5 Nelswanger und Clarissa II Nelvv ang
er, his vlfe, grantots. by their died of
trust, (luted the sixteenth day of March,
eighteen hundred nnd ninety-one. rei ordeil
on thu same day, In the olllce of the re
corder of deeds of Jackson cnunt, MIs
souil, at Kansas Cltv. In book H 4r,, pages
iff) to 270. both Inclusive, conveytsl to Jef
ferson Hriimbnrk. trustee, the following
described land In the county of Jackson, In
the state of Missouri, to.wlt: All of lots
numbered slxty-llvv Ifti) and sixty-six (t!)
and cvo (2) ftet off of the north side of lot
number sixty-four (M) In It.iss .s Scarrltt's
addition to Kansas Pity, Missouri making
a pan 1 1 of laud fronting llfty M feet on
the west side tf Walnut street. In Kan-as
Cltj. Missouri, and running back west that
width one hundred and eighteen (US) feet
on the south 'ide ot Illshtli stieet to an
alley, in trust, to secure payment of
eleven promissory notes, In said deed of
trust descilb-d, and whereas, default was
mad" In thu pay mint when due of the In
tel est notes In said deed of trust descrjbed,
payable thlrtv-slx months. fortj-two
months, forty-eight months and tlftj-four
months utter the tlnte then of, and the
whole of each of said last mentioned four
notes lemalus due and unpaid with Inter
est atsording to the terms then of the In
terest notes maturing befoie -al ! thirty
six months' note having been p-ild, iww,
therefore at the tequest of the payee and
owner of tail past due unpaid Intense
notes, and of the principal note nml the
sixty months' Intel est note, secured by
said deed of trust, said llrtinibnck, as such
trustee, will proceed to sell snld land, by
said deed of trust t-Onveyed, and any and
every pnit Hereof, nt public vendue, to
the flight st bidder, at the court house door
In the City of Kansas (now called Kansa-s
City) in th" county of Jackson aforesaid,
for cash, Ixtween the hours of nine o'clock
In the tjitnoon nnd live o'clock In tint
afternoon, en Prlday, tho twenty. sevinth
day of December, eighteen handled und
nlncty-llve to pay the tosts and expenses
of executing the trust, lm biding tompen
s itlon to the trustee und the amount duo
on Said past due notes unpaid, and next,
al! of said principal note, with Intirest
thereon to day of sale, not Included In lu
te lest notes manning before the day of
sale such sale to be mads under th- power
In said ttec'i oi num. in me souin iront
door of the court house building la said
Knnsns City, on the block of ground bound
ed by li'lftn street, Oak stieet, Missouri
avenue and Ixicust street. It: which build
ing tho circuit court of Jackson county,
Missouri, at Kansas City. Is held, and at
which door the sheriff u-ually sells land on
execution from snld court
JTIFIT.USON IlltPMHAC'K. Trustee
WllEHEAH. John M. Parker, a single
man. by bis certain dent of trust, dated
tho !0lh day of April. IN), tiled for record
In the nllli e of the rei order of deeds for
Jackson county, Missouri, nt Knnas City,
on tbe Jrd day of May. lS'rt). and leeorded fn
th- otllce ot sum ncimier 111 needs at Kan
sas City. In book II, number l.'ii, at pngo i,
conveyed to me. Oliver II. Dean, the un
dersigned trustee, tin; following destrlbed
lands and prembes situate in Ihu lounty
of J.itkson and -late or Missouri, to-wlt:
All of lot iiumbend tvvinty t'.'Oi, in pluck
numbered one (1). In h C. Moody's sub
division, Kansas tltj. Mlssouil, as said lot
s marked and dislKiinted On the recoided
plat ot mid H. C. Moody s Htibdltihlun, on
tile and of record In Ih.) olllce of the n
tordir of detdi. for Jackson county, MU-i-ourl,
at Kansas City, in trust, howtver,
to secure the payment of the certuln prin
cipal promissory note and Intcitst coupons
in snld deed of oust desctlbid, and, when
as, all of said Int. test coupons have, hem
paid, but default has been mad. In the pay
limit of said piiiitlii.il promissory note
and tho same, with Intel est theriun from
thn Seth tlay of April, ISDj, r. mains ov.r
duo and unpaid; now. tlitiefore, publta
notice Is bcieby given lliul 1. tin, s, un.
deislijned trustee, nt thu request if tho
hgai noini-r ms .... ii.i m nitni prineipul
nute, und by virtue of the power mid au
thority In me vested bv suld deed tlf trl,Mt,
will, in actuidaute with Hie t inn and iho.
vbions of said deed of trust, prutetd to
sell and sell the property in said deed of
tiiist und hrelnbeforu described, and any
and every' 11.11 1 thenuf, at publlu vendue, to
the highest bl.ldiir, for cash, at the iront
door of the building now used by ih state
circuit tiiurt ot Jin kson county. MTsouil.
us a couit house In Kaiisus City, Mst0iirl
ill tho tounty of Jackson iifuiesuld. suld
building being the coin t house situated on
the north side or Missouri uvc-nur between
Ouk and Locust streets, in said Kansas
City, and said front door being the south
dcor ot tald court house, on Filduy, the
fth day of December. lS'ii, lutween th
bouts of nine o clo, k In tho forenoon und
live u'lloik In tin uneriioon of that day.
for the purpose of paying off snld prlncl
pal note uud tho tntucst due theieon, nnd
ihu vests "' ''M','. ""'"" ?sfp'.,':,,"l"fc' hls
ttust. OLIvl.Il II PI.AN. Trustee,
Knntss City. Mo. November II, ts-,)5
NO'IICH TO CUNTHACTiiHS The u"tI7
del signed will, on the 2th day of peceiu.
ber, 1W.1. at the east front door of the Jm k
ton county court bouse, on Mlssouil uvcniiu
and Oak strut. Kansas City, .Mo., at the
hour of 2 o'clock p. in , of that day, let, by
nubile outcry, to the low.st luapuiuililu
lildib r. the following, subjett to thu un
pioval of the county curt, lliiiidlng one
wruiight lion bridge of ijlilj feet spun
over Indian creek ut Watts' Mill, in stttlim
31, township 1 lango il, also, two stouu
piers for said bridge. Plans and spec HI, 1.
lions may bu seen at my olllce in the J u-k-son
county toutt bouse, ut Kansas City.
Mo. A cash deposit or eu'tllled chei k, for
two hiindnd (. dollars to .itcoinpauy
each bid, which shall be. foi felted to Juck
bon cuuuty ou fullun to make satisfactory
bond. P. J. OTLAIWUTV.
County Surveyor and llrldee Com,
Pated November 2.', IW5.
NOTICE TO CONTKAOTOHS-The un.
derslgncd will, on Deceiubvi Jilth, 1SJ1, ut
the east fiont door of the court house,
coiner of MUt-ouil avenue und Oak ttreet.
Kansas City. Mo., at the hour of z oVlm k
11. 111. of thut day, let by public outcry,
to tho lowest luspoiiblble bidder, the lul
lowlug vvoik, subject tn the uppioyul uf
the county couit. Hull, ling one Hon 1 1115s
bildge of tlnce spans in stctlou 22. town
ship !, range 'M Plan ami bpetliicatlous
may bo teen at my olllco In the county
court house, Kansas City, A certified
chetk or a cash deposit for 2uu must ac.
company tuch bid. to be 101 felted to the
county upon fulluro to make satisfactory
bond. P. J O'FLAHEHTV,
County Suiveyor und lliidge Commissioner.
Pattd Novembt'i 27th, 1W5.
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for and returned. Calves raises
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GRAND CENTRAL DEPOT.
SECOND AMD WYANDOTTE STS.
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ft solid, hi en in healed, gas lighted train of
new conches elegant Pullman sleepers ant
Cafe Pining Cat. Ku stint truin 10 thu
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cept Satuidav, has Pullman ciimpartun 1 t
hb per tu Pes Moines. All train.-, i-ttani
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hl'.tl'NTII AM) HHOADWAV,
r0H A CARRIAGE 01 BA00AGE WAG01.
Prompt mul Itrllable.
to i:Tit.i L'ii.tt(ii:s 1 on Miiiir wo it it
WIILHEAS-Pavld S orilsou and Emma
M. Onlkuli, Ills wife, grantots by their
deed of Oust diiled the eighth da) of June,
eighti. n huinliej und eighty. elgn, and
rnoi In) on tbe same day in the iecorder'11
0III1 u of Ja. kson tounty Missouri at Kan
sas City In book II 3iy. pages 11 to Ih'j,
both Inclusive, tunviyed to Jetfeitou Drum,
baik, trustee, tie tollovving ibs, ilbed land
in llie county of Jackson, in the state of
MUsnuil, to-wli All of lol number four
bundled and tlttj-four 05D, u bluck num.
ber thiitj-luur (31), in McGee's addition to
the City of Kansas, being a panel uf laud
fronting tart) -nine and otie-balf OO'-s) fent
nu ilie weal side of Walnut stieet. In said
city, and oiie-huinlitil uud tlfteeii and one.
half 1111'.) feet on the south side or Eight
eeiith strut. In mid city, In trust to secuiu
thu payment of eleven pioinUeory notes In
said deed of trust desctlbed, and, whereas,
default was iiiude In thu payment, when
due, of the principal note, secured by said
deed of triibt, the other notes secured
thin-by having been paid, and tliero Is duct
on said pilncipal note seven thousand dol.
lars ot tbe pilncipal thereof, with Interest
therton from December seventh, eighteen
bundled ami ninety-four, ut the rate sped.
Iltd In the pole; now, therefore, ut thu re
quest of tho payee and owner of said un.
paid note, said Hiiimback, us such trustee
will procted to sell, under the power In said
dttd of hum, bald land by said deed of
oust conveyed, and uny und evciy part
thereof, ut public vendue, to the highest
1.1.1. ler nt the. court house door In lh on..
of Kansas (now called Kansas City), In thi
county ot Jackson afoieald, for cash, be.
tuteii thu hours of nine o'clock In the
forenoon and live o'clock in the afternoon,
ou Monduy, the thirtieth day of December
eighteen bundled und nlnetj'-llve, to pay
thu costs und expenses of executing the
trust. Including compensation to the trus.
tee for his services, und the amount duo on
f.atd unpaid principal note, the court bousu
door ut which suth hale will be made be.
lug the touth front door of the court house
building In Kuiibas City, Jackson county,
MUbOinl, on the block ot ground bounded
by Fifth street. Oak Mrcet, Missouri ave
nue and Locust street, tn which building
the circuit court ot Jackson county. Mis.
sourl. ut Kaiibas City, Is held, and ut which
door the sheriff usually sells laud ou exe
cution from said court.
JEFFEUSON I3HU1IBACK, Trust.