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TITH KANSAS CITV .lOn.XAL. SUNDAY, IM.CKMI.HH 12, 1895.
YE OLDEN THE
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y i worth io-
6 J-2 Gents Pound.
Ct wn Mlv i Cm ' , w r h IV, 4l
9 Cents Pound.
IV ki fine .M '
15 Cents Pound
T'imiI It, .ii Don--, fni ".n, Cmh,
20 Cente Pound.
t',r the cift seekers or thr tliit"
K 'I tn there 1 11,1 hilt el Fl,K
en, b no lower Mies than il,.
,' l N. ',' Fum-v l'iMmi,. i'
f. '. newest designs, haiidsotm l ,'
$- ' '.
Hi piece No. f., tine I'dnry I'.
li. niihor Hot. Iiandsonitly dco.n n.
rf ,1. igtis, lit U.llt.
'' j'lun Dinner Hot, fhrlslnphct
I' k, Iron Stone Clilna war,.
-u.ely decorated. I7.S2.
!"i t.b-ee Dinner Set. honmiriiMv
J ,- I. and traced With gold, extiiiordlnu' t
1 ii - i In, tin. IS.
In momnle and Water Set, elegant goo is,
M'l'i" China Decorated Hread ri.it.. at
1 alloy Decorated Cutis and Suue
Our Good Old Friend
Santa v Claus
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iri, tn o-ir I!
I in , -f.ildt'h
i" men!. J,m't
HAM PQ RHA c c.
VJ i .i. Kl4IJ SwWllil,
!' in,y and Staii
dr u'r 1 uriiitiii. . h ir-1
,i ik an, I a-li
uoitrM, c,riii i", at !.'.',
Ch' 'r.,'r In, ,.r-, ,irth M-tw. at ll.OS,
f'i ii.n'i li.r-kx. worth Jl..".i, at !c.
Kin y Talilov, unrth fti.oa, at 51.21.
i Inn's Woodin Tabloi, worth I'c, a'
Comb ''a.fs, bit- lot. worth Clc, at Xc.
I'-''N, until son iiintut rest, ue, 80, 10c,
1.. ..".. llo. ISc.
K , tiorly Itl-niitp Dolls, tit lio nnU !$-.
K. 1 itorlv lktl. Ms innp, at lfk
fill if, a's Toy Ilor-w, worth 23c, at ir.
I'tiU'rin's Toy Cupboards, worth Kc, at
I iMr.-n's Toy Watches, 2c, Sc, liV, lCc,
nf"i!.lrtn'-i Toy Dlshen, Sc. 10c, 13c, 20c,
II .hby norsc.", worth Sl.no, at 9Se.
f ! Iran's rianos, worth l.0, at Wo.
!. : Ir.-n'B inniei', Ik.', 10c. 13c, SK, !!3o,
w.iKoiiH, fancy decorated, worth $1.30, at
'hlh!r'n"a Toy Carta, worlh 20c, at ".
Chi! irfti' Kitchen--, worth 35c, at lie.
Kreu, h Iltirii-. . and 10c.
Iron Money Hanks, 5c and 10c.
- m -i
Ch II- Silver
tl"! ti T.v. at IS.V'
Sot, knife, fork and ppoon.
v triple pl.itcil
Silver Set. worth
4' It "''.
' i.i tin.- tiiple plated Fruit Sit
J. II' SI.IH'.
i-.mi.i tln.i triple pl.itrd Corr,-e Sot Spoons.
wirth ' no. m ." 1,'.
Kin Stool Nut ri-.iiks and Pick-!, silver
plaio.I. woith (! i' at loo ,t -, t.
or 1 1,,
mi's Han.lki ii hi. ft., white and col
'' an, I ! Jits-' white, oolorod and
1115 luiiliii.il llaiulkctchiels, ut c
1 1 Silk Ilandkerolii. rn. at 2.V to lo.
Japanese Silk Ilandl-i rohnfb, 1
!-iih and Wool Mutllers, at "So to $1.30.
1 ;i i Hottlos tilled with till odors of ex-t"i-
1 - Horn 3c to 30o.
" nriitv of 1..
! i.i tn tall, tn and
'!!' and Dents'
lorla j-ilks. at
50 Cents to $2. 50.
V '' lnakliDi; Mi.iordliiary Hi- eut
I" - In mr ',..ik di'..ii'iiiii.it 'full-
i the l.i-l !.! of our i..iii .IlK
' ' il" II V. ill jiay Jul) lu t.iku ailvun-
l I lIllB s.i).
UkU a' Cap.,.-, hamlMimcly tiimmed,
J I.idles" Capo, a b. .nay, to-morrow at
i ' L.idkh' t'upo; si i this line at
or.- nialUnK i iitv d'oit In tho way
"...I'll ! to lulu, ,,ur uiilllueiy
k Wo uiu inakiiiK ui juat
will fcave you 2',-. on i-vory dollar'.
v r of olittlilni,'. Thm iitoi'k wc muiit
rl .hi If low piioes cut nny lisuru, Uke
a al4Ui-t- Ot lhi bllUi.
fihfn t .iruitiii fiuntt
'rn. .Any tihocg on
J ' tuti i- at tin? fuliuwlntf itrk-ud.
Couiiter I at iSc.
Counter 2 at ,8c.
Counter 3 at 53c.
Counter .( at $1,00,
Counter 5 at $1.23.
SI'vir and Hllv-iwaie, Cuiii-n. Cloaku,
J I k'iJ. Sullh. Ir, B8 (il'O'U, .-illinnTn,
Kl'"' MiUlnt-ry, Wutioiis, Iua,. i.-. Jlon'n,
' u t .- mid ll"-.' i-'uiiiNl.niiih. j twill)'
ur. 1 tnilliouti of other thliiKt, Matul.lo lor
(I"' 'llias ulld Now 1'iali, Tim luli-lltt
as 'itioi "t in the ttat, .
For Everything go to
Kansas City, Kansas,
All. inlereslIllL' uramatlc event is iirom- la now elvrn Th. iliiiAleii' flea vjih i ln-iuum .
Grimes, Mattie iicuonuiu, -m -u.v.--.., . nai--y . "'"-., lton Welch, S. II. Ar- and Jl
Gertrude Jones, Juliet WlUon. Agues Lee, Pied b ".""rftfiion. F. &vfcy. A. A. h D-
Vrance.CfavCiia.Allcs UafSv. Jcwb -i.-.i )? r -' "- J StZ -
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
pfMolU;oV iMM)Y), AT I A. !., OtMt
J iii'm- MocW of Itrnitiaiits, tin' hectimtllatlon of
1 uiif fe'rcnt ch'-iiti-; out salt, will lie sold - I'osp
ml IV sni n. The former price of the f-oods cuts no
tu'inv Thee remnants, must lie sold. Jl will be worse
than an am-U"h.
j 3 Mnltc vottrsi If happy by purchaslnc your C'hrlsthin-i H
d ""Xtik'i' iiuarters be'eomo hint dollars, half dollars, I
j d.i :tr , iitnl d -pars double their purchasing- value. I
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ti I 3 rixth and Minnesota, Knnsns City, Kas.
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We Intend to Close Out Our Business
And in order to do so quickly we will sell everything in our store at greatly
reduced prices. This includes our big stool; of CH RISTWJ AS TOYS. It will
pay you to visit our store before BUYiNC PRESENTS this-weelt. We have
ANYTHINC you want in that line.
Tho Journal offico has bcon
removed irom tho Chamber
ol Commorco to the lirst rloor
of tho Columbia Building at
Sixth stroet and Minnesota
lEi'UWMiiltt'i- Hurt' U no Ivm-li-y Inttltutn In
Ki(Mn-. Ity, Mit. It.-unro nf tli.'.i-. tntlCltors.
MRS. Kl. L. GATES,
Licensed Lady Undertaker
1'or I.udloH mid ( liltdioii'-i
ti:i.i:i'iiom: - tao.
A DEATH MYSTERY.
I'llllt'll TltYINO TO I.IIAKX 'I III:
TJTV Ol' A DI.'Al) ilA,
SUPPOSED TO HAVE LIVED HERE.
.ii h;m.i:i, cAiticoi.i. i;ii.i,t:i
iiojiTi.Mj m:aii stam,i:v.
Ir. Klrkp-itrlek liKpi-rtlns: tho Main In.tl'
tlttlons Clll.iin-i Notlllt-ll to lloinoto
buiitv I'roiii Their Milumilli.
Importiiiit Doolitliiii liy
A lttor won received at police headquar
ters yesterday from Jioputy Sheriff V, II.
I'arker, of CJullatln, Mo., stating 'that nil
unknown man. supposed to have been n
resident of thm city, was killed at that
city Thursday jiltrhl.
Wednesday evtuliiB this man boarded
ana Omaha & St. kams freight train at
Council muffs, la.. At (lallatln ho fell
from the train and was instantly killed,
The coroner of that county summoned a
Jury, and, after being In session for nearly
two days, no facts regarding the Identity
or lite man could ue ascertained.
However, he told tho conductor of tho
train from which ho foil that he lived In
Wyandotte, or Kansas City, Kas. The twly
article found In bis pockets was a small
sup 01 pa pur, on wuicn was inscribed a
monogram signature. A deciphered by the
police the si-iiature was "li o. W. Oreo,"
but tnere is no teriiitnty thai suoh was
mo rtjai siKimiure. ims nuy navo been
picked up or Kiven to him. so thai, even
with (hit. In his uossesxlon. th eoronor
viii. r.iiabla to lilld any one who could ldeii-
t tnu oouy.
The man was probably V, year of ae.
A photograph, taken after death, shows
the face wrinkled and the complexion ilj-ht.
The decelwed worn a luttvy beard and his
head was slightly bald, Street Commis
sioner Qurltch and a number of others
who saw tho -ihutouruph wtre of the optn
toil that they had set 11 tho dead man many
times in this city.
A diluent tnijulry on the part of the
police fulled to develop any clue 10 the
identity of the di-i-tused,
'i 111; ;i',Ti; iN.vrn iM'ioNs.
Dr. Klrkpitrlcl; Say They Are In it I'lno
Dr. T. Klrkpatrlok. secretary of the stntn
board ot lu aim ut Topeku, Was in the elty
ye.teiday inspei nnK the condition of tho
statu blind asylum from a sanitary Maud
point. lr. Klrkpatiii k has visited every
state institution and b pieparillK to com.
Iillv his annual report, lie stattd that
In ijuiklny hli- totn he was urpriel to
lind alt the institution in such a tine san
itary toudiliun. 'While there Is plenty of
room for Improvement at several of them,"
said he, "et It is not thw fault of the
muiiUKcim-ut that Uiese improveiiients are
not wade; it 1. a matter of fund.-." Ho
elalms that iluiv Is no money hl,li tun
be UJed in beUcrln!- the sanitary eondi
tiou. The state institution 111 this elty
I.-, according to his statemeiit, In a mum
lieullby tonditlon than any of the sicto
InMltutions. H:s i.-lt here completes lili
trip and he will return to Topeka to be
Hin on his annual report, whl. h h. pro
piwi-s to have coinpl' t. ! by the Hist of the
Aft. r finishing the inspection of the local I
tn-iltutloii he beeaino the guest of County 1
l'hvnli ian Howard Cornell, who es'-orti i I
l..m around thunly un.l talked concerning
tne loiaj ooani oi iieaiiu, ot winvii ue is u
iu-iahsr. i)r. Kirkoatriixk comnllmeBted thai
t lauicalo ojiicteot uum ia oiibioat vt-'eiuii. i
546 Minnesota Avenue.
board very highly on its work of running
"it iii.il k" ,!" tors. Ho said that no phy
sl 'an s-hould bo all,, wed to jiraotice in any
',inininritt nnli-p ho was registered and
had u-o'i.l rt buhl.- ertlhVates Khowtntr that
lie was it I'uallth'd physh-ian.
nop a ito.NA i'idi: iiot.i)i:i:.
IildKn Allien OrdorM it JMortcne Held by
AV. . ."le-erto Cntlieloil.
JikI-jt Alden esterdny rendered his de
eNion tn the case of James Hansford, who
Instituted suit to have 11 mortj-as-e by W.
S Mi rvo euneelcd. Hansford borr'owid
P-' "on fiom the (los-sard Investment Com
pany, and the loan was ei-oured bv a mort
riiKe on Minnesota avenue property. IHir
intr the the yearn which the note was to
run. Hansford paid tho full amount of the
debt to tho Oossnrd Investment Company,
and when the lust payment was mode ho
demanded rho nolo and cancellation of the
It then developed that tho note had been
sold by the Investment company to the de
fondant In the suit, W. S. "deserve. In
til- meantime, the investment company, lu
whn 11 Hansford had made the several pay
ments, bo. ame Insolvent. Moserve had re
ceived no money in payment of the note,
as the Invi -ttnent company did not turn
it oxer to him.
.Indue Alden held that, while the note was
ni-uotlable when f-lvcti, its negotiability
Mas destroyed bv Up ll'-tlcnnifllt to Mf--s,
110, and - M;rrve wua not a bona
lld holder of the mortK.ice. Ar Mererve
failed to record the assignment, he was
the loser, and not Hansford, who had com
piled with the eontr.iet. It was nl--o held
that the investment oompnny was the apent
r -Mesorve from a lou.il standpoint. Tho
Jnd-rincnt wa.s rendered In favor of Hans,
tord and the monea-e was canceled.
Heniilred by Ordlnaiieo to Iteinovii Snow
I'roiii Their Miloivalli..
Street Commissioner nnrliolf veslerdnv
notified the ettlzens of tho eitv- flint n,.
cordlni- to a city ordinance passed several
years iiko. nncl still In errect. the owners
or ooeupants of residences nhuttlnc- on
streets on which Bldewalks have been built,
were required to clear the snow from such
sidewalks. All persons fnillnir to comply
Willi the renulrements of the nrdlnniu-o -ro
liable to arrest and a fine. The police have
been notified to nrrcst persons KUllty of
a ri:ct;i.i.M: ui:jiii:st.
Ilimaril ICiiapp Wnntx IIU Wife Compelled
to Keep the l'eare,
Tlownrd Knann vesterdav mride nnntto.i-
tlon to th.' city attorney for a peace war
runt for his wife. He claims that she has
rooenl V made life a burden, and takes this
mode of proteotlm- himself. She now has a
dlvorcu suit pendlnif in the district court.
"Love's Trlumplis" will be thp fiibject
of Ilev, II. Q. ni'iihnm's sermon at tho
Central Christian cliurch. Seventh street
nd 'Pauromeo avenue, nt 10:1.1 n, m. to
day. At :'.'S) p. m., his subject will be
"What Christ riayn About Iteientance."
At the flood Will home, Fourth street
and 'Minnesota avenue at 2:11 p. m., Mrs.
Hani, railroad evangelist, will conduct a
gospel sendee, followed nt S:M by tho mis
sion Sunday school, nvoryone invited.
There will lie ciirlstnuiK service nt tho
Third Itapttst eliurch, Nebraska avenue,
corner SlMh street, this morning at 11
o'clock and In tho evening at 7:H0 o'eloek.
The choir, under tho leadership of Mr.
Hlelmril 1). Speck, will render extra music.
and tin pnstur, Itev. William J. Sly, will
preach In the morning on "The Song and
Slim of the Ages," and In tho evening the,
subloct of tho sermon Mill lie, "The Christ
Child Adored ntid I'erseouted. Tho follow
ing Is the programme of music:
Organ prclndi "Tho Holy NUht" (Ittick).
Anthem ".Sing. lh Heavens" (Tours).
Ohrlstmas anthem "Oh, Holy Night"
Organ postlude "Christmas March" (Ited
man). Itev. n. S. Stenhens. 1. T).. of Plttslmnr.
l'.i., will occupy the pulpit at tho People's
'.Methodist Protestant church to-day. In
tne evening nriMinas song service will
be given. Place of worship, corner lllghth
and Minnesota avenue.
At the Stowart Avenue Mothodlst Protest,
ant church to-day services will be held at
11 o'clock ii. m. and 7:13 p. m. Kvcnlng
subjoit, "Henven's (Ireatest Olft." Itev.
1H Charles II. Ht. John, pastor.
Itev. Dr. Joeph Joseph Dentiison, D. ft,,
will preach at the Washington Avenue
Methodist Kplscopal church to-day.
IJvaiigellst II. Ii ShaMhau, of Kansas
City, Mo., will preach at 11 o'clock this
morning at the Pilgrim Congregational
church, Seventh street and Iteynolds ave
nue. Olllirr. i:itito,l.
The follow I ni; olllcers have been otoolcl
by Wyandotte lodge So. a. A. O. P. of A.:
past chief ranger vai Wagner; chief rang,
er. I,. Andetson; sub-rangrr. It. J. Stevens;
treasuier, Thomas McKlvott; tluanclal sec
retary. V.. V llaker; recorder. A. .Maxwell:
senior woodman. J. Abernathy. Junior
woodman. C. Daniels; een'or beetle, p.
1 hampagne; physician. J p Pinnegajj;
trustee, three years, W. P. Tann; tr--tht.
two years, A. illschllck, br,; trusjfe tj,s5
year, a t uny ...... i marvel
Wyandotte lodse No, S. A. Pliun, and
m u.ubuA v.-m-w..- .. cuum uo u
...laiLisi ir ijh i'civa;'..n.'.'on-.o
"""""t V ni'Mll,!!. V. Baker.
aanws. i-. , v'-t:-' ,C-" u
.vuuwt -f -t'-s-rr - "2 - T -
hn rti'IH tlip.f, oltln-rx for thr ynr! II.
H. SnltiEloy, vnrliljiful mntPri J. II. l'of
tir, s'-nior wctrilrn, T I. I'rnlt. Junior war-l-tl;
'. Ii lloitin, i nl'ip il-aoont II. Mrn
1onhtl.ll. Junior iln 'ii; W. II. HrldEPti',
trinstinri.U. !'. 8 !. "-cretnty; II. M.
Whltier, J, V. An.lr.wii and W. V. ltouc,
is wni.t, ijtiAi.trtnti.
l:Otnyir llnriir.' I rlend. Want to Mnhe
111m n Niitleniil llolii:iito.
The return of .i-Mayor Itnrne from
Pom-'Wot, ()., wher, he nttended hid tged
father's futidrat, s.-ins to have greatly
stirred tip tho talk In regard to hit" nvnll
ability as a ileltgnio from tho Second dls
t rl t to the Hepubli, in tinllonal convention.
His career ns mn'r of the Inrgcdt city In
the slate, t a time when so many matters
of vital importance were pros-ting for soltt.
lion, 'lemon-itrnte.1 'hat he had the ability
mid courage to srrippl" with public ques
tion, and tho tlrn iiom to stand In tho
rinit. while hi in grlty nnd honor wen
toir iUestlonod. Those admitted faei
cm n Jils l-olltlenl opponontd do hot dl
puto. and Indicate 1 is eminent illness no a
tl' Il Klllo.
Mr tt.irne-t hn .lone tnntiv klndnomoi
o many leople; hi boon In closo touch
with so manv people, as a. business man
.'tn ' an olllelnl, that ho has honta of friend
"" d. lre to honor him.
11. s iiciiu.tlnlanco in tho district nnd tho
tt.it" Ii large. Mnnv persons, when In the
city, unit many bv letter, expreM n keen
! ." re to see him lu to tho St. Iotil con-
-ntion. Mr. Ilnrn Is nn Intense Kanson
itu a loyal itopubl an,
dkiiii unci: law.
the 1 miles Ai.eiiiblr llnpie.t. Mayors nnd
the (loteruor to llnforre It
The members of the Trades nssemblv of
this Ity have takm the Initial stops look
ing toward the enr.r, etnenl of the eight
hour law. lteioliitin have been adopted
tilung that the tn.ioim of nil clllos of tho
tli-st class issue Instruction, to all bidders
on public work tliit eight hours consti
tute a day's work ind thnt they must pre.
pare their bids In accordance with this
law. The tniivm-s nro also rentlesteil to
employ throe shifts of firemen, so that no
man will be on duty longer than eight
boms each day.
Another set of r oltitlon-t has nlm boon
forwarded to (Joveinor Morrill urging him
to Instruct the police commissioner!" to
cut down the time of duty of the jKdlce-
mm from twelve tn eight hours a day.
Ileal i:st tie transfer.
Transfers llled for the week ending De
enib, r 21, furnish' ,1 bv W. Thomson ,i
c , . abstracters, Columbia building, Kan
sas City Kns.t
F Holmes to n. It. Morehend; lot 23.
block i:i. Wyandott" elty, tH'
Mnorlcan Ttnst Company to It. C. Van
Horn, lot W, tdock 'i, Itlvorvlew. ICrOi.
Wyandotte Latnl Company to M, A. lla
ker. lot 23. block 10, Splltlog park, $a.
North American Trut Compnny to C.
Wooden; lot 19, bio -k 2, Crane's addition.
K. V. T. S. and K. Co. to O, O. Claflln;
lot .11. block SS, Armourdnlc, JI30.
P. Ii Havens to J II. Heattle; lot ) and
west half of lot 3, block S, London heights,
C. Walker to C. V. Swift; lot 12, block
13. HrlKhton hill. .'.Iin.
W. It. Ilrown to W. S. Custer and J. Mc
Klnney; lots Is. VJ and 20, block 4, Wyan
dotte elty. $1..1(i0.
Mary Sen mans et al to Mollie Ii Young;
lot 21, block S.S, Armourdnlc, $iM.
W. G. Sharp to A. llershman; land in
section 21. township 11, range 2.1, $2f).
1"). J. Adams to W. A. Line: lot 2 and south
half of lot .to, block 13, Adams & King's
American Investment Company to J. It.
McKlnney; lot 3.1. block 3, llellevlew, J2.10.
II. II. Hlalr to n. Hendbury; lot 0. block
IS. West. V:ml. $500.
F. I.. Keating to J. S. and J. L. Ixiose;
II 1-5 acres In section 4, township 11, range
Standard Lumber Company to C. Iiarnes;
lot fi, block CI. Wyandotte cltv; J1..Y.0.
W. S. Wright to A. J. and il. L. White,
house; northeast quarter of northeast quar
ter ot section IS. township 11, range -!;
(5. li Morgan to C. W. Backus; lots 21
and 22, block 12. lle.ithwood; 3".
A. P. rinlav to .1 Moloney; lot 2. block
43, Armnui-dnlc' ?lii.
H. Mctlrew tn S. Scales; lots 41 and 4.1,
block fi,1, Wyandotte city: ?:"i0.
c. J. Gove to Margaret Hell; lot 40, art
addition to Clen park; $700.
H. M. N'orthrup estate to 51. Flnkolston;
lots 33 ami 31, block 171, Xorthrup's addi
51. Seward to li Ii llosp: lots 2 nnd 3,
block 110, Wynwdotta city; ISO).
It. ltoneh to P. Finhlve; lot 40. block 33,
J. Pout-ton to Ii ltosmo; north quarter
of lot 2. block :. Tihlow; $3V.
J. I. Waters to Ii S. Llghtfoot; lot 12,
blork 2, Oak ridgo; I3W).
51. li Howard to C. F. Smolt; lot 22,
block 23. Argenttno; $1,V).
V. Post to L. XL Funk; E0 feet of north
end of lots 20. 3f, 31 nnd 32, block 13S, Wyan
ilotte city; $2,200.
V. V. V. liilb Ciitertliins.
The V. V. V. Club wna entertained last
Tuesday evening by Mr. Clydo Mead, of
N'o. It! North Sixth street. Tho evening
was spent In card playing and dancing,
after which refreshments pore served.
Prizes wcie won by ills." Kstello White,
Miss Olpa Delt.. rich ami .Mr. Dl Wil.-on.
Thoso present wore: 5Iisses Xlamle Porter,
Susie Wells. Norn. Yo.ikley, Kmma Hud
son, I'lla Ilotrers, Hattle Jones, nstclle
White, Llllle Uurlon, Olija Iioltorlch. .Miss
Il.irley; .Messrs. lMwapl Wilson, Churles
Heberllng. 'ius Itogers, Jo.Sopli Huoni,
Krnest Jlead, Harry Allen and Lawrence
Heslrablo ofllce rooms, slnirle or en suite.
with or without vault accommodations. In
Chamber of Commerce building. Kansas
City, Kas.; centrally located at Itlvorvlew;
elevntor. steam heat; electric light; low
prices. Fine largo hall for lodge purposo.
Wo have two acant nights per week. Also
largo hall on ground lioor. suitable for
dancing parties. For particulars, cull on
Janitor at building, or
ALHX. FIXDLAY, Agent.
Hunker bldg., Kansas City, 5Ir.
A Damage Suit.
C. F. Oakley and ilary Onklcy filed suit
In tho district .clerk's ollice yesterday
against II. ilnrnler et nl, to recover $7n0
damages. Ournlcr held a note Issueil by
tlio iilalntiffs. on which it is claimed $3:i
waH left unpaid. Suit for the recovery of
the money followed, nnd now tho plaintiffs
claim they wore damaged by the litigation
to the extent of $700. and nssert that they
fully coniplb d with the requirements of the
contract. The suit was tiled by Attorney
Dentil of Mr-. Margaret Muroney.
51rs. itargarot 5Iaroney, aged (2 years,
died willy jl sterility morning nt tlic fam
ily home, Nn. !i;l3 Itlvorvlew avenue. Ithcu
matlsm of the honrt was the cause of
death. The deceased was the wlfo of tho
late illcluiol 5Iaroney. They came to this
elty tibout thirty years ago. Six grown
children survive her. The funeral -will take
placo this afternoon at Z o'clock. Interment
at St. John's cemetery.
All members A. O. XT. W. In Kansas
City, Kas.. are reouested to meet with
Twin City lodge In Portsmouth hall, corner
Sixtli and .Minnesota nvenue, nt 1 p. m.
Sunday, for the purpose of attending funer
al of Ilrother Jacob Stevens. K. of P. and
Federation of Labor members are ajso re
quested to attend funeral ut r sldence, 210
North Second street, 2 p. m.
liy Order of Committee.
Attention, Iv, of I',
Thp members ot Wide Awako lodge No.
153, K. of P., are requested to meet at
their hall to-da) at l o'clo-k, for the pur
pose of going to the home of our Into
brother, Jacob Stnvens, to attend his fu
neral, ot 2 o'clock.
It. H. OltAHAil, C. C.
C, I.. JlOOlUi K. of It. and S.
Strict guard Is being k,'it over William
flraham, the counlei fuller arrested at Pa-,
ola. several days ago by government of
llcers. Ho 1 In the county Jail awaiting
trial on December 21. Yesterduy his father
called at the jail to see him, but admis
sion was denioi him.
lal ", Dunning ilonrlry I'mnpaiiy.
You cnu't aftird to buy 5'tnai presents
until you havo seen that elegant line of
Seth Thomas clicks which we are display.
Ins. KD N. DUNNlXii.
. G4D Minnesota avenue.
Poll and llroko Iter Arm.
ilrs. F. ft. I'oburn. wife of State Secreta
ry of Agriculture P. I). Coburn, fell on a
slippery sidtwalk ut the family home on
Perry street jistcrday and broke one of
Hals Hanson Mbl Mining.
Nothing l.as hren seen of Hans Hanson,
who dlsap;ioaied from Ids James Mnet
home liui'siav moriiliiL'-. as reiiorted in
yesterday s Journal. The police made dill
gent search, yistorday. but failed tu seouro
uiiy vluo ttguiuing Hanson's disappear
ance. Touchers' Salaries Allowed.
'nuAt the last moolm- nt tho board nf educa-
ing oheie salaries i .bu teachers. Xvr the 1
tVi. "VI -ll'l'"'', "'"'ii''"- p..-fl't
I - wi-! "-;'
i - - - " -
first half of tho fourth month wore allowed.
The total nmouiit of snlartrs Is p.-!. The
warrants lme lie. u isu"d, and ate ready
to be given to the teacher.. Slember Harry
Hell offered a losolutlon on tho tlentlt of
the late Jacob Stephen, nn ox-member of
tho lwnrd, which was adopted and placed
Derision ot ttrttdered,
Judge If. t. Alden Old not nnnounco his
doelsltm on tho motion of City Attorney
lVilfock to hnve tho "jolntlsts' " nppottl
cjk dlsinlssfxl yestorday, as wa.s oxwn-t-od.
The deil'lon may be mad ptiblle this
Lecture by the lie. It. ('. Driilnm.
Hev. It. Q. iionhnm will dollver n loot
tire entitled "My wire nnd Hot Husband"
nt the Seventh Street Methodist Kplscopnt
ohutrh on Tuefdny evonlng, Janimry 7, for
tho bottetlt of the free kindergarten for poor
Children nt Hie Uood Will home.
Stewart 1'iiriu s,ibl,
Martin S'owart, Sr.. Jotri1ny xold tho
"old Stowart farm," lo, aled on yulndAro
lKulovnni lwtwoen 'Ninth and Twelfth
Ktrpots, for 1S.. Th" farm consists of
! acres of Improved land.
Clilef of Police O. K. Sorvlsa Is In Chl-ca-ro,
. Itev. I. Stephens, T. 1)., or littshttrg.
Pa., clwuicollor of Hie Kansais City univer
sity, is in the city.
. t'nltrd Slntos llstrlet Attorney W. t.
I'orry, of Tookii, was In tho elty yester
day, visiting his brother, A. C. I'orry.
.Dr. li V. Moore, of Decatur, 111,, was In
the city yo-iterdn.v. tho guest of Attorney
ilcOlbe Monro. Ho Is on hl way home
from an cxternied trip through Texas.
Mrs, K. P. Snyder, wife of City Counsel
or Snyder. Is seriously III at her homo on
.Miss Kdlth Shnw, of Kidder, Mo.. Is in
the city, tho guest of ilrs. A. Ii ilcKeo,
of Washington avenue. Miss Shrtw Is a
student at the Drury college, nnd is on her
way home to spend the holidays.
.Mrs. James A. Trout tnntt, wife of Lieu
tenant tiovernor Troutmnn, of Kansas, Is
ill the city visiting friends.
T. ,T. Darker -was fined $3 nnd costs In
Justice lletts court yesterday, on a charge
or assault. Last week lie assaulted a pod
tiler who bothered him.
Seo I!. J. Dunnlng's prices on diamonds,
opera, glasses nnd iwrcelaln clocks.
Htty your holiday goods ot 11. J. Pun
nlng. The personal damage suit or David Ttuok
latid against tho JtlverslJo Foundry Com
pany was passed In the district court yes
terday and will bo tnken up again to-morrow.
Huckland mied tho company for
The Jury In tho case of James Haywood
against the 1'nlon Pacific P.allroad Compa
ny for dnmages, failed to agree and was
Itev. Father Kuhl yestcrdnv transcribed
the contents of the will of the Into Itev.
Father Herdes on the probate court rec
ords. The original will was written In
At 11 o'clock Friday night It. C. Wll
mutlt and .Miss O. H. Wllklns were mar
fled by Probate Judge Angle, at his home.
The groom was from Cloud county, Kas.,
and the bride front Madison county. In.
The funeral of the late Jacob Stephen will
take placo this afternoon at 2 o'clock, from
the family home, No. 210 North Second
street. The body will be burled at Wood
James Pullen was nrrnlgned before Jus
tice Hughes yesterday on a charge of
stealing an overcoat from William Devlne.
In default of $1' lond he was placed In
Jail to await trial Thursday.
Andrew Jackson died yesterday at tho
family home, N"o. 337 Jersey avenue, after
an extended illness. He was a veteran of
the civil War nnd prominent In O. A. 11,
circles. The funeral will take place this
afternoon under the auspices of the (J.
ll. J. Dunning, largest stock In the city.
In Justice Potts' court yesterday after
noon. T. .1. Parker secured a Judgment
for $70 against Wyandotte and Quindnro
townships. While driving along a country
road last summer, one of the horses be
longing to Darker fell into a ditch 1causo
of a defective culvert. Tho horse was ren
.Too Pneyi-r will lecture nt the opera
house. Fifth street, this evening. Ills sub
Ji ct will be. "Why I Am Not an A. P. A."
persons who purchased tickets for tho
postponed lecture, on the 17th inst., will
llnd them good at the door this evening.
U. il. Whisner & Co.. funeral directors.
Telephone west 54. Prompt attention given
to telephone orders day or night.
Michael Carrol, a Holdout of This City,
Fatally Wounded While limiting
oar Mllllloy. Kits.
Word was received yesterday of the ac
cidental shotting of 51lchael Carrol, a pack
ing house workman, living in this city,
near Stanley, Kas., on Friday last. Carrol
and two follow workmen, I! ujamin Gold
stein and George Ford, left Armourdale on
a hunting trip on Thursday evening, nnd
started from Stanley Friday morning. They
had only been out n short time when tho
ueoldent occurred. Tuey wore climbing a
steep hill and Carrol was walking between
his companions. Goldstein fell and tho
hammers of his gun s-trnck n rock nnd both
uarrfdH were discharged. One charge en
tered Carrol's thigh and the other took ef
fect in his back. His companions carried
him to a farm house near by. He died
shortly after arriving there. Ho made a
statement before lie died that the shooting
was accidental. The coroner at Stanley
held an Inquest yesterday and the remains
were brought to this city for liurlnl. Car
rol was a single man and lived with his
parents at No. 2S7 South Tremont street.
New fraternal Order.
A new fraternal order was established in
this city last Friday night. It Is tho No
tional Deserve Association. Tho following
olllcers were elected: Piesident. Joseph
lluchele; vice piesident, Charles 1). Smith;
secretary, Charles S. Gritlln: treasurer, J.
W. Radford; chaplain, Kov. P. L. Strceter;
conductor, John 5liiiulear; sentinel, John
J, Itoss; past president. W. li Vogt; medi
cal examiners, Dr. Parsons and Dr. Starke.
An Kiijotable I'tirtt,
IaiuIs Kills gnve an enjoyable party Inst
Friday night to a number of his friends
nt his home, 571 South Fourth street. The
evening was spent In games, music and
Those present were 5IIssoh Laura Kills,
Lizzie Kills, LIUlo Thompson, Ida Woods,
Abide Mills, illnnie Wallace, 5uy Klsslek,
Nellie Dodds, I.lnna Dodds, Lizzie Howell,
Lnttll Welch, Katie 1:111s and Jessie Kills,
of Kansas city, 51o. The gentlemen wero
ilessrs. Krna Criinim, Thomas lliirgoon,
William Wallace, Isaac Jones, Herman Hr
furth. Walter Lemmon, George Dinwiddle,
Howard Smoot, Walter White, Otto Hr
furth und Albert Kearns.
At Llenlnger's liookstore you will find n
fine assortment of Christmas goods, toys
for the little ones and line goods for others
at tousomiblo prices, Cul Kansas ave.
Itev. V, II. Kmbry, pastor of the First
Coiigiegatlonal church, will preiioh this
evening on Hie recent spiech of Hubert G,
lugersoll, In Kansas City. .Mo,
There will bo logular services nt the Con
tral iletliodtbt church this morning and
evening. The pastor, Jtov. T, li CliatidkT,
Itev. P. L. Strceter, pastor of the Baptist
church, will preach morning and evening.
ilormiiK mliject, "The Heart Opened," and
In the evening on "The Gospel."
The pupils of tho itaptlst Sunday school
met Inst night In the church to practice for
their ChtistmnB entertainment.
The pollen weie notified yesterday Hint
ilrs. ilary Jenkins and her four ohildron
weie in destitute circumstances and In need
.Mr. and ilrs. Smith, of Humboldt, Kas.,
are visiting their son, Lymau Smith, of
South Sixth street.
At the Central Presbyterian church this
morning, Itev. C. C. Armstrong will preach.
Subject. "Glad Tidings." His evening sub.
Ject will be "Truth."
Council No. U, ladles' auxiliary to tho
Knights of P.ttbr Mat hew, will hold u
meeting this afternoon at the St, Thomas
P. Itareley, of Lawrence, Kas., Is In Die
city, the gui'i-0 of relatives,
A. C. Sternes, of Kudora, Kas., Is visit,
fug filends In this city. '
Horn, to .Mr. and ilrs, W. H, Howell, of
Tenth street, a duughter.
The little daughter of 5lr. nnd Mrs, It.
li Gllluly, who bus been seriously ill for
some time, is convalescing.
The South side branch ollice of the Jour
nal is loeuted ut Lleuliiger's bookstore, 803
Kansas avenue, where all news Items, sub.
frciipllons. udvertUeiuents and complaints
of Irregular service will be promptly ut
Myrtle lodge. Degree of Honor, No. 19,
has electi I tho following olllcers for tho
ensuing year Past chief of lienor, Mrs.
L. C. GuiMirson. hlef of honor, ilrs, c,
Horn; lady of honor ilrs. iluggle Vogel;
chief ot ceremonies, ilrs. ilary Studebuker;
usher, ilrs. J. Knowies; recorder. 51ru.
Hello Itogers; finniivler, ilrs. ilary O'Neal;
receiver. J. N. Neel: Inside watch, ilrs.
Ucortu Harth; outslda "natch, ilrs. IUwx J
-U.ua JVV axa-i,., ney -
, Wfy.ujp - - j
Hlsn: trustee. J. it, nhdnhli medical es
nmllier.. Dr. J. II. Holland .rind Dr. J.
51. Smith: tepresentitlve, J. It, Horn; ml.
ternnte, .Mrs. It. A. Holferstny.
Itev. William A. F.lllott, jmstor of tho
I1nptlt church, will prc.ieh morning nnd
evening lo-dfty. ilornlng subject, "A
Heroine or Fnllhj" evening subject, "He
juicing With Jny."
Itoliort Lake hos returno from a pleas
nnt visit with relatives at Iiwrenee.
Itev. J. Wesley Johnson, of Kansas City
Mo., will preach nt tho Congregational
chiirrh this morning nnd evening.
KtiKlneer Thomp-ion ntid Hound House
Foreman Oltwon. of the Santa Fo nttlwny,
have gone to .Mnrcelltio, .Mo., on a. hunting
Luke Trull, Fred firiUnple nnd Hnrry llltr-.
lnlothnm have teturned from n hunting
trip to (Vlar Junction,
..The Hev. C. W. Ilnoktrs, of Kansas City,
Kn., will conduct Hie services nt tho
lt-a tin. I. lrt. 1,11 - T-..I1..........1I,. .'!,..
....... . ,., ,,,-,, Uk 1 ll'llllll(llMJl,.-i '.
lins boon visiting Mr. ami Mrs. W. It.
MlddlekHllfT. of this city, left yesterday
for Columbus, Kns lo visit relatives.
It. A. Helferstay nnd family ntid Frank
Freeburg and family have gone to Cedar
Junction, Kas., to visit relatives.
O. L. Itrlnkhatn, of Oypsttm City, Kns.,
Is In the city, tho guest of friends on
John ilathlns, who has h'on atlendlng the
lililersty nt liwretice, Kns., will bo homo
to-day to spend Christmas with his pa
rents. .Miss Nellie DeVnult, who lins been nt.
U'trdltig the normal school nt Kmporln,
Kns., will bo home to-day,
Cioorge Hnlslnger, who has been attending
the state university at l-iwrencc, Kns., will
spend Christmas at home.
There wns n "phantom party" given nt
the residence of .Mr. and Mrs. V. G, .Ma-.
thins on Friday night.
There will be services nt all tho churches
to-day at the usual time.
The Kansas City Journal Is delivered In
Itosednle by Dugene .Miller, who will also
collect for the same at the reduced rate ot
10 cents a week and mako hla collections
tleiiulou of Wc-tniln. tor College Alumni nn
Ocritslou or Cnii.unl Interest An nn
Dili City ','niiilng.
A very pleasant social gathering was held
liiday evening last In the parlors ot tho
Presbyterian oollej-o In this city. Tho oc
casion was the reunion of the alumni of
W estmlnster college, who reside in Jack
son county, and the guest of honor was
President Gordon, of Westminster. Tho
host of the occasion wns Itev. .Mr. Aycrs,
president of the Presbyterian college, an
lllumtllis of this time tionnro.l cohnd. 1-h,.
college was Illuminated for the occasion
and tastefully decorated as well. The dln
Ingrooin was brightened with varied decor
ations of llowers and college colors. Tho
favor ot the evening: consisted of a car
nation tastefully decorated with a bow of
white and old gold, the colors ot the West
minster Institution. The pink and green
of the Presbyterian college was also in
evidence. The library of the Institution was
decorated with Westminster colors and
was tho after-dinner rendezvous, whom
cigars and reminiscent tales made the
hours pass pleasantly. The guests wero
Dr. Gordon, of Fulton; George Mill
er. Jr., ot Kansas City; Itev. A.
D. ilndelra, Itev. Franc .Mitchell,
T. n. Wallace, Horace Sheley, Joseph .Mo
Coy, Charles Knox, A. -M. Ott, Andrew
Knox. 5IcDonald Chaney. Toasts were re
sponded to by Dr. iladclm, Hev. ilitchell,
T. II. Wnllace, ,T. .McCoy, A. 51. Ott nnd O.
5IIller. Dr. Gordon, bv special request, re
sponded nt some length to the toast, "West
minster, Past and Future."
Tho reunion brought back so many picas
nut recollections ns to college days that
the suggestion that nn association bo
formed ot Westminster students was act
ed upon, while tho cigars were being dis
cussed. A temporary organization was offer-tod,
with Professor Ayers ns president,
nnd Joseph .McCoy .secretary. A conimltteo
on constitution and by-laws was also un
pointed to report at a 'meeting to he held
January 10 at the parlors of the iltdland
hotel. Kansas Cltv. Mr. Andrew Knox.
of this city, wns appointed corresponding
secretary relative to the movement.
At Music Hull.
Tho coming to 51itslc hall three nights
next week of Anna Kva Fuy is tho talk ot
the town. Several Independence peo
ple witnessed her performance at the
Coates opera 'house last week, and they
ate mystified at her weird and strange
powers, nnd fully believe that sho is tho
most perfect mind render of tho age. Sho
opens her engagement here ilondny even
ing and continues until Wednesday oven
lng. The house will be filled.
Following illss Fay. on Thursday even
ing, the Chicago Lady Quartette comes to
5Iuslc hall. This is a Justly famous mu
sical organization, and tho audience will bo
pleased and charmed with their work. The
management Is to be congratulated for
furnishing the city with such excellent at
tractions for holiday week.
Holiday I'c-t li It los.
A number of entertainments will bo given
tills week In celebration of the Yuleitdo
ot the various churches In the city. At
the Delaware Stieet 51. Ii church ilonday
evening. "Santa dims' Vision," a cantata,
said to be very pit-using, is tho entertain
ment provided for tho Sunday school of
on the same evening at the Presbyterian
church there will be a reception glvon to
the members of the church nnd Sunday
richool. Intensive arrangements have been
made for this entertainment.
Tuesday evening at the Christian chnrch
there will be a Christmas tree, a live Santa.
Chins and a genonil entertainment for tho
children. To-morrow afternoon the Sun
day school of the Christian church will
bring or send donations to the church, and
the gifts will be distributed among tho
poor of the city. The week will bo marked
lor the number of entertainments and so
cial affairs to be given.
While the festivities are going on tho
poor will be remembered by tho King's
Daughteis. ilnny of the churches of tho
elty propose to make donations through
this society rather than undertake the
matter of distribution through individual
Oier a.nilli Pounds
Of the highest novelties In candles Just re
ceived for Christmas trade at tho Jlodel
Samuel Sawyer an Ived home yesterday
from Yale college, with tho oxpectntlon of
.spending the holidays with homo folks.
.Mrs. Dr. Franklin will eiittrtnln the 5Ion.
day "sight Club to-moriow evening ut Inu
la mo on West iluple avenue.
Samuel All"ti was arraigned before Jus
tice .Miller yesterday and1 entered a plea
of guilty to theft. He was sentenced to
three months in the county Jail.
liny Christmas presents at Itoberts Pros,'
store. They havo everything; the boy3
Judge Slover held a short session of clr
cult court in this city yesterday. Iloutltio
business wns transacted.
Letters of administration were issued
yesterday on the estate of Itlchard Davis,
deceased. Solomon Davis was appointed
-Marriage licenses wero issued yesterday
to Poland ilclutyre and livinla Spohrer,
.lames 51. Young and illss ilnmlo li King,
Thomas li ilcCatey and Inez Heal.
Flavor your Christmas cakes and pies
with Pelser's pure liquors. A full quart
good whisky, Cu cents. M. Peh-or A.- Son.
5liss 5Inry Henry, who has been tho
guest of friends and relatives in this city,
returned to her homo in Lexington yester
day. Sir. nnd ilrs, James It. fludgell left last
night for Houston, Tex,, wheio they will
spuid tho holldnys,
.Miss Porta Halhir, after spending ecv.
rral days with Independence relatives, left
yesterday for her home at llltut Springs,
51iss llettlo K. Young, of Lexington, 5Io.,
Is tho guest of w. A. Cunningham and
family, South -Main street.
"Thu old reliable grocer, Thomas James."
To see tho ciowds In thero yesterduy ono
would infer the proper significance of tho
illssj Louisa Jones, who has been at
tending the university at Baldwin Cltv. Is
ut homo to fqicud tho holidays.
At tho First Itaptlst church this morning
tho subject of the discourse will ba "Dea
cons." In the evening, "Tho Uimieakablo
Justlco Louis Jones wa.s ablo tn lo at his
olllco yesterday, after n week's Illness,
The subject of the dlscourso this morn
ing nt the Delaware Street 5t. li church
will be, "The Angelic Announcement."
livening. "Tim Divine Savior,"
Hev. C. . Hider. who has teen attend
ing school at William Jewell college, Is
home for the holidays.
Tho branch ollice of the Journal is lo
cated In the rilntou block. Advertise
ments, news Items or eomplulnts of irreg.
ular service will receive prompt attention
by notifying this otlico.
llio Gores Held for Anils' Murder
Lebanon, Kas., Dec. 21 (Special.) To.
day, ut Smith Center, Justice Smith, of this
place, bound over to the Mutch term of
the district court, Fred Gore, I. C, and
"Pmmltt Gore, without ball, and Ollle
Gore under $1,000 bond for the murder of
James Amis here on November 30. The
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and fully davelai-nl mo fromo shrunken, stunted
condition to natural strength andsUo.
I w-iint every young or old man to know about It.
I tiiUo a perwintil Interest lu such casus and no ono
nuwl hesitate to wrlto mo as nil conimuiili-iitloiu
nro Iield strlctlr couilleutal. Isend thurecinuof
!.ul.r."u'w,.u"80luu'1y ttuo or cost, kilo not put
It u!T but wrlto mo fully utonco, Inu will uiiviig
bless tho day yuu did so. Address;
run- T!lon'.', f-LATDIl, Jjot toot,
UJfl.r 4,1 1 iuu illuaugii liter-. ItiLl HU00, MIlBi
ot deeds lor Jaeksou county, .Missouri, at
Kansas (ity. convey to thu undesigned
1 1 listen the following described real eststto
In Jackson county, 5lissourl, to-wlt: Ail of
ty-ulno, ta). thlrty-thiei' (31), thlrty-foitr
(3D, thlrty-llve (35), thlrty-slx (3ii). thltty.
seven (37), thlity-eight (3S), thlriy-niiie U'ji
uud thusoutli soventy-live und tiiirleeii-onu
Hundredths (7a 13-H")) feet ot lot eight (hi.
all of suld lots being In lieecher heights
an addition to tho (ity or Kansas, now!
Kansas City, as tho samo are marked und
designated on tho plat of said addition on
lilo and of record in the. otlico of tlio le
corder of deeds of said Jackson county, ut
said Kansas City, to secure the Indebted
ness und sums of money or balance-- in said
deed of trust described: und, wheicus. do.
tault has been mudo In the payment of said
liiut'uivuiicfla ttiiit emus ui iiiouey ur IIU).
unces and Interest thereon, uud, whereas,
default has been niadu in the payment of
city tuxes for the yeais 1601 und lWa, park
taxes U03, state nnd county tuxes for thu
years P01 and ls'Ju, and special tuxes on
juld tuoperty. all of which havo been paid
by tho owner und holder of suld indebted,
ness and sums ot money or balances; und.
whereas, more than six months have passed
since tho termination of business relations
between suld John H. Krull and Llppln.
cott, Johnson i: Company, the third parties
lu suld deed of trust: now, therefore, I, thu
undersigned trustee, by virtue of the pow
ers lu ino vested In and by said deed of trust
und at tho requestor the legul holder of
said Indebtedness uud sums of money or
balances, hereby give notice that I will, on
Wednesday, thu ISth duy of Junuury, Uso".
between tho hours ot 3 o'clock in the fore
noou und 5 o'clock In tho afternoon, at the
south front door of the county court house
on illssouil avenue, between Oak and Lo!
cust streets. In said Kansas City, Jackson
county, Missouri, expose said real estate
for sale nt public vendue, for cush, to tho
highest bidder, to pay otf said indebtedness
and sums ot money or balances uud taxes
and interest and tho expenses of executing
CHATUES E. SMALL. Trust-,
flase, Ladd & Email, Attorneys,
-i .v j . w i i iii "-k. j-
laiif hen Heslyred.
THUSTIIK'S SAIrear "Kinma
Iviull uud John II, Krull. her liusband, did,
by their certuln deed of trust, liuted tho
2Jrd day ot August. ISO'1, and recorded on
tlio 23rd day of August. leM, in liook 11. No.
fi42. at page 4LO. In tho otttco of tho r,.Ar.i.,..
i"i- i"i oil ii is-, si, wi, seven i), nine
('. ten (10), eleven (H), twelve (t2), twenty.
Jour (21), tw'eiity.jlve (2), twenty-six (20).
twcntv.sevell (71. twentv-olL-hl f$ ,,......'