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NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH,
CAPTAIN' r.n-IMl COI'ltr-MAItTIAti IN
mission at tin: i out Aiiain.
The. Arrn-ed tells tif lll Troubles rtlth
III Ael-oser, .Mtrgeon N't. Itr l,linnr
Dealers Piijnlncd I'rroi'iit for
The) Onptnln. Hiving- court-martini wns
r-sinned at l-'ort tenvetyw-ortli yesterday
lu .rniiifr uiul nfter the r-oncltisioii ot the
r .tdintf of the tesHlmotij of the nc-ius-sd,
sovernl o,t!ptloiis were nuked by
in'-mli.tH of the court, tho first oho bring.
I'nptntti Uwlnsr, when tllit yoi! make
tut the charges you preferred nRnlnst
fuineiTi "White 7" To thttt Captain Kw
Itig replied thai ho tnnde his chflt-g. .t
,i,Unst s'urgeon ."White gome day before
t-iuru-enti White tlinde clmrgew nRtilnst
h.tn. Ills rhnrfrop, however, wore not
tH-ewrltteti, ns ho lind to wait until he
cuitld got tho sen-let 'of ti typewrit- r.
lie urged tlmt he had tlndersitood t'ul
onel Henry. Hie coinmnnder of Jefferson
tarr.it kit, to nay that the charge would
to transmitted together, tut Inter In the
day Colonel Henry told him that lie
could not hold SurKeon White's i-lt.irgia
jiimllnf; tho production of hl. ami tiion
learning that .Stirgciui White's 'diiirgm
tvero fonvnnlctf, he delayed sending his
t department headquarters for si vital
A merntcr of the court next queried
"Statu the ground for limiting chanted
ngnlnst "-"urgooii W4itle." To which Pr
K win if replied: 'The imnindH have lieen
gone over In tho evidence before thin
court. I hesitated a lonjr time before
pronei-dlng but decided the matter should
KO to -lilrlicr authority, its 1 felt that I
hurt teen greatly wronged, The wrong
were ko numerous that I felt bound to
take Komo cognizance of them. I could
not stand It any longer.
A court member then asked: "Had
you endeavored to hnve your supposed
wrongs redressed by the post com
mander?" To which the reply was
made; "Kverj net ot mine hast been di
rectly under tho army regulations. In
January I made request through of
ficial channels for full Investigation to
General linger, but this request was not
accorded me." At this jxilnt the olllclal
communication, with Indorsement, was
placed In evidence, showing that Dr.
Kwlng had made tho request referred to.
The llrst witness culled by the prosecu
tion In rebuttal was Colonel Hartsuff.
medical director for the Department of
the Missouri. Colonel Hartsuff was llrst
asked about Dr. Kwlng's general repu
tation, tnodo of life. etc. but objection
was ,mndo nnd auatnlned. Asked If he
bad any personal knowledge of Dr.
Kwlng's Insubordination, he replied thnt
H was onco necessary for him to have
Dr. Bwlnjr relieved from under Ms
orders. He said that Dr. Kwlng was as
signed by him to certain portions of the
Held hospital after the battle of Wound
ed Knee, at the Pine nidge agency. A
great many wounded camp In for atten
tion, and ho said he bad occasion to
speak to Dr. Ewlng. ns ho seemed cure
less in his treatment. Two days after
wards Colonel Hnrtsurf said that ho dis
covered that Dr. Kwlng dirt not give nec
essary atentlon to the wounded.
Contestant Allowed .St. 000,
In the district court yesterday Miss
Nina A. Medlll. who recently brought
suit to break the will of her father,
James Medlll, made application to bo
allowed Jl.OOO pending the suit for her
Sherman Medlll, to whr-m was left the
bulk -f the Medlll estate, through bis
attorneys, Dill & Oeorge, combatted the
petition of the plnintlff on the ground
trrnt such action on the part of the court
would end to bring the validity of the
will in question and the Instrument 'had
already leen probated, the plaintiff hav
ilng over ber own signature accepted the
provisions of the will. It was claimed
by the defendant that Miss Medlll bad
plrendy converted to her own use many
articles of household furniture, papers,
bonks and family relics, even selling the
Kim", though she was not legally en
titled to do so. After bearing arguments.
Judge Myers ordered that the ?1,000
naked for be allowed.
Tn tin-- district court yesterday Judge
Mi'-rs granted a temporary injunction
against Alexander nnd William Ttruco,
proprietors of the Bruce hotel at Tongn
u ,xli preventing the sale of Intoxicants.
The complaining witness was Ashley
Moody. Last evening Deputy Sheriff
Cadwalader went to Tongnnoxle to serve
the necessary papers on tho Uruce
The veternnsof tho Soldiers' home will
make the members of the Soldiers'
Orphans' home at Atchison feel glad on
Christmas, n.s they have done for several
A msiderablo sum has been sub
scribed for tho purpose by the old vet
rans. nnd to-day a detachment of eigh
teen old members of tho home will leave
for Atchis,.n, carrying a long list of pres
ents, both useful and ornamental, which
will be given to tho children on Christ
Veteran Thomas MeCaho Is tn act ns
Santa Claim anil the Missouri Pacllle
railroad has kindly furnished transpor
tation each way for thu veterans.
Sunday morning at tho Soldiers' homo
the Koeley Club of thnt Institution pre
sent! d Professor Myrollo-., of the Homo
band, with nil elegant nldeboard and
Tho letter carriers had all they could
nttend to yesterday, n.s Christmas pres
ents have begun to put In their nppenr
nnce. Local dealers report tho best Chrlst
mus trade they Iiuvo enjoyed for a num
ber of years,
Four convicts were yestcrdny removed
from tho Kansas statu penitentiary to
tho Ilutchb-on reformatory.
A railroad Journey under ordinary cir
cumstances Is a trial. A trip on tho Chi
cago & Alton railroad Is a rest and pleas
ure. Their perfect roadbed, compartment
idceplng ears and palaeo reclining chair
curti make It easy.
fifteen Ducks Join tin, ItencKuilca.
Silver City. N. M.. Dee. 23. The com
Tnuii'UnB otllcec at Fort (Inyurd has ro
ciivid a mesi-ugo from ban Cm Ion reserva
tion, saying that liftci-n bucks lett thero in
tpltu of iho rlfnrts of tlin uuthortllvH to
prevent their departure, with the avowed
inPntlnu of Joining tho bund of renegades
, Positively Cures
Liver ami Kidney
Anltn, Iowa, November 10. ISM.
Dr, II. J. Kay Medical Co., Omaha. Neb.
Dear SIrt I have taken your Henovator for
cuntitliiatlun uud billousnetia unit It hua
given the beat of satisfaction.
11US. O. C. TIIAYEU.
Made of Concentrated Exiracls,
Put up In tablets and has 2 to 4 times
an many doses as liquid medicines Belling
for the sumo price. Bend address for freu
parkase of Dr. Kuy's Jtenovutor and copy
of Dr, Kay's Hand Hook of Valuable Ite
cclpts and a Treatise on Diseases, the most
valuable free booklet published. Bold by
druggists or sent by mull. 1'ilee 25c and 51.
Address our Western otllce, I)r, II. J. Kay
Medical Co., Civ 3. lGtli St.. Omaha, Neb.
Bold by H. C. Arnold, Sth and Main its.,
Kansas City, Mo.
,'ak ..-? o--- " ntl i 13 "oil" ws
ot lilts uarre.Jtirta or iiiu lountrv. VT, -
JfTK'ru .... iuW
I mm ak J A
LOST THE BET HE WON.
HOW IIHXItV bl'trXKHL, OV SL'MNin:
COUNTY, WAS l!())llli;i) or S,-,00(l.
Hot Willi MnuiRTM on Tlirro Card .lltwito
anil Uoii S.I.UiMt, but tho lUtx on-
t;ilnluj tlic NtuUur. Ixdtcrlously
Topeka, Kns., Dec. 23. (Special 1 The
judges of the Oklahoma conns uppe.ir to
have n high regard for processes issued out
of the courts of Kansas, and it Is in M to
impossible for n criminal appn hended in
the teirttory for a crime cominltted in
Kansas to escnpo the olllcers ot the l.nv
through a writ of habeas corpus. On Sit
unluy, two Kansas criminals, Itoberl I Jed-
ford and J. V. Ilyrnes, were taken off the
train ai uKianoma (.'ny on a wnc ot naneas
corpus while en route from Snawnee, o. T.,
to riumner county, Kns., In charge of an
ollleer, but the court refused to give the
men their liberty and they were brought on
The crime for which Byrnes nnd Iledford
were arrested was committed In I'eelc,
Sumner county, nearly two years ago, and
was the working of a confluence game on
an old farmer by the name or Henry
Stunkel, through which ho Was swindled
out of J.'I.OuO.
One day a very slick, smooth, well dressed
gcntlemun, who gave his name as Jones,
called on Mr. Stunkel and made a propo.
fltlon to buy one of his farms. Mr. Htutil;
el, who is a plain, honest looking, getilnl
old farmer, the owner of several thou.-nnd
acie. of land In Sumner county, cater, d
to the stranger and showed him every c Iv
lllty, taking him out riding and exhibiting
to him tho farms and his other tn)H.csMsnns.
During their fide, they fell In with a third I
gentleman, unknown to the old fanner, nnd i
seemingly unknown to Jones. They fell ,
Into conversation with him. and. In mine
manner, Mr. Stunkel could not explain
how, the conversation drifted aiouiid tn a
talk about gambling and how easy It was
to win nt different games.
The third man had a deck of card and
hi and Jones had tjulte a time Jokingly
trying to get the best of one another In
a little game called three card munte.
Jones won and the stranger won, and then
Mr. Stunkel was Inveigled Into the name
and allowed to win seveial times, finally
the game reached such proportions that
iiu u.ui;er eci rHiuiKci s,.u.n unii ne
could not pick out the winning card. Joins
begged him tn take the bet ami mi miic
wai. tho old man that he could pick out th,
card that lie consented. Sure enoiiuh. he
picked tho right card and won the -,,.
liut the third man was no tend, i fnot.
anil sprung the question: "How do I kn.ov
you could have paid tne If you hud lo-i .'
1 was betting my good, hard money against
your word. I don't believe you could have
paid mo if 1 had won."
This provoked Stunkel, and with the r. -mark.
"1 will show you," In; e.mie to
Wichita, seemed J.'i.OOO, and was la It soon
to where he had left the men. Joins took
the money, counted both the strangers
roll nnd Stuukel's money Into a tin box,
said It was all O. and gave Stunkel the
box. Tho third man went off crestfallen,
Jones excused himself In some way and tho
old fanner went home with the tin box.
When ho arrived home ho opened It. It
contained some umvMinpers and half a
dozen osnge oranges. The switidi is ha d
changed boxes and got away with the stntr.
Stunkel sought In vain to locate the un-lldKiiei-
men during tho next year. Ue.-ntly
he received word that they were In Shaw
nee running a saloon together, and thither
liu accompanied the .herbf of Sumner conn-
ty and fully IdenttlW them us the Mlows
wno uau ruuuuu nun,
f.tbll ,V II.VNI).
StatP Auditor Colo rinds nil Aggregate of
S.'IIS, 1 1 1.H0 In tlio Mate Treji.iiiy,
Topeka, Kas.. Deo. S3. (Special.) Tho
ttate auditor has completed hit emi-aii-mial
ciuiiilnutUin of the statu treasury.
Ho found on hand cash to the amount of
WIS, 11 1. mi. divided among tho several funds
tiencrnl ivvcnuo ,.,..,,,,,,,., !1TC,.'JV).27
Cuneiu university ...,.,.,,,.
1'orm.ineiit school .,,,,,,.,,.,
Annual school , ,,,.,.,..,
I'nlver.-lty permanent ,...,...,,,.
Normal school permanent .,..,...
Norma! school lutereat ,,
Agricultural college permanent ...
Agricultural collugo Inleiest ....
Slormunt library ..,..,,,,
I'. S. Aid, State Soldiers' home.
3Ef . TU
I. I M
This U tho smallest sum tlv
ury has contained for many
reason for this Is tho exitenillturo of the
largest appropriations before the Uses for
lKdi commenced to come In. Krom now on
thu cash will Inerean until, by the close
of January, thero will bo on hand more
The llrst county to pay In Its tuxes for
ISM was Sumner, which to-day transmitted
$l:',00o to tho stuto treasury.
Will Dcbato uu the lllblc.
nuthrle. O. T.. Dec. 2J. (Sueclal.)
ugreenuut wns leai-ncil hero lo-duy for a
series of publio debates on the Inspiration
ot tlio Iiiuio, netweeu lie v. I laiK iirauiu,
pastor of the Christian church of this (ty,
und Hev. C. H. ltogers. fornurly of Okla
homa, but now pastor of the I'nltuiiuu
church at l-'reeport. III. Uraden Is well
known throughout Missouri uud Illinois us
an antl-Iugcrsoll debater, having chal
lenged I'ub'an Uob several timet).
I maao up ot
mesv n ruvKey, uuu tuey i
an - jiw
largely -)y;rpyl in
WASTING DISKASJKS WEAKEN" WOXDEft
" fully became they wuuki"n you slowly, gmdu
tdly. Do not ullow this wntu of body to maka
you n poor, ll'ibby. Imruituromun.ITculth.plrength
and visor ts for yon vvh-aheryon l,o rich or poor.
Tho (lre.it lludvan I to be tuul e:ily from the Jlud
son Medical Institute. This wonderful 'Jl-scovcry
wni niude by tbehpei lulists of the onl famous Had
Sun .Medical Institute. It Is tho strensest nnd mast
powerful vltullr, r ani-le. It Is bo powerful that It
Is pimply wonderful how harmless It Is. You enn
gDtltfronj nowhere hut from thu Hudson Medical
Institute. Wttto for circulars nnd testimonials.
This cstraordlnsry Itejuvennlor Is tho mol
wonderful discovery of thu use. It has been en
dorsed by tho lending scientific mcti of Europe aad
II IT I1 1 S Is pit rely vcjjetnhlo.
itl'JlY.x.V stops pn lautiireness of tho dls
chnrse la twenty ilayi. Cures r.UST M.W.
11)1111, cnostliKitlott. illr.r.liiesi. fulllnc sensations,
nervous tuftelilug of the eyes and other pnrts.
Btrcnsthens, invtinrntis nnd tones tho cntiro
fystem. It 1 us cheap nsnuy other remedy,
IIIMIYA.V cures dibillty, ni,rvou,uess, rmls.
tlons, nnd develops and restores wen!: organs.
Pains In tho liar&, lessi s by da:- or night stopped
quickly. Over ",W0 private Inilorseineitts.
Preiiiatureness mentis impoteucy lit tho flrft
ntoce. It liasyniptmunf fieminiil weakness nnd
hnrrenuefls. It cm be stopped In twenty days by
thcuieot Hudyun. lludyan costs no muro tima
any other remedy.
fiend for circulars nnd testimonials.
T.VI.VI'i:i lll.OOIS-Impuro blood dim tri
Ferlous private disorders carries myriads of nore
produeltiKt.'ernis. Then rem, sore I hrmu, pleiples,
copper colond spots, ulcers In nloiitb.ol isur sand
falllnir hair. Yen can Ka en trip to Hot prlm.'S by
vrltlns for -niooil Hook' to tne old pliytlc'.ins of th
iiuosoN itimutAii i.vstiti;th,
btnclttnn, .llnrket vm Jlllls N.,
lilN FUAXCISO), L'iU
m R31 m
m m wm m m
iiU2 Uia Su
CURED AS IF BY MAGIC.
Victim.) of Lost Manhood rliould Lend nt
. onco tor a noon
il-7 that explains how
" Lyv. lull manly vK-or
avl .'it and permanently
KjjtSfflij) icstorod. No.man
weakness ran af
JA book lolls how
1tofnll htlelmtli. le.
vclnpment und tono nro Imparted to overy
portion of tho body. Sent with positive.
COIC Mcninn I nn nilCCNI n II V
halt IliCUILiAL UU.- DUrrALU.N. Y.
-r -t- Tt ei fin ivitiiAfii
I I i JLJI3i0 i.x f i;u.iiix.vToits
Best in tho World.
Sold by llliiiiiomt llrag htiirc, lliigo llysscll
nnd All Druggists.
FOIt HA1.H A No. 2 ItemliiKton type
willer, in nxcillent condition. This type
writer will bo cold at a Vtiy low price If
taken ut once. It can be seen at the busi
ness nltlce of thu Journal. Idopul Molsc,
KUH SAl.i; t pieces second hand cable.
nwt-cd boil iiilde, IK feet, each Inch, HI
urand: will sell very chiap. Apply at tho
Journal business allien.
Full SAI.i; A ieeond-hand No. 2 Item
Ingtou typew iltur. In excellent i-omlltiun;
will sell very cheap. ldONl.t.. MOISIJ, at
iiittsii citi:i:iv (i.i..
JtlOH, oily and clcun to handle; tiurna to
a whlttt ush and won't slack by exposure;
u home Industry. Now Is tho ttmu to buy
your vm!. Tel. 21'Jl or U'73.
1 T. IHiHNUUN, Agt. for Company.
American Hank bldg.
SAb'KS opcnrsl und repaired, bought and
rold. Combination locks cleaned uud
changed. U. UAItlUUAN. Kxpert,
Telephone J2S1. K Kast Tinth st
lKItSf).VAI-How to become, lawful nhv-
'ilcluns: course by mall. 111. Health univer
sity, l Illl'UgU.
HATCH December 2J. U3."i. Kenneth Mon.
roo Hatch, only son of Mr. und Mis. ,
M. Hatch, ugtsl nt months.
Fuuerul will take place to-day at 10 a. in.,
from residence, mi EJMt Sth st.
KAff r?3 S M E
ms va f
tVAVtr.tl- MAI.P. Ill t.f.
NTI"I)--J youtiff men t.. tlte natms
and .olUvt; Jli'm p.f eek, KHItF.lltrS.
si'i .i.el Mum
UAN'TMI! ufllee mini, eh rk. miletnnn,
litif. i iium to trml. Ml Mam st.. room .1
NANTr.P i joiinir men, J).i,i p. r week,
If WS UK, nt. 9 tti-l Mh si., I i mi H.
f A V t I , 1 1 V I.' M I I . I If I v e !. I.' 1 1 ..
nnd furnished tnumi. ltM' Kant lath, cur
Walnut. Tel. l7S. Thr best pbiro In K. .' .
.Mo. tu tlnd help or Uttmtlnns, ttuiln or fe.
India. J t'anf1 nuitMFliiiiiSB 1 1 an t Iliiiii hn
, ii iiiki iiii if( ri I'll' iK'i
tnnli. 14 years' etpt"rleiic.
Nut bank Omnhii; Cltljenv
linnk K C
n ANi r.o iii:n f
WANTlill Acelil Men nltemlv ItRV'l
tnr to rnrrv our liihrlrntlnr ods as n sld
line AVHT1N A M'OKK. CleveHnd O
MTIIATIII. WA?'ri!llM l,i:.
WANTKb Sliuution by i.mI man, 12
ywirs' i p.'ti,-ni , , .m tr. il, miiiiii
nn ' lmlu, -i ni.n :! IP-: i-i-i n -s
Riven. ,.iti est c. I!, f., tat, .lotinial ulll
Tti ItKMT-uillce rnnms A few vry
nice rooms In the Hunker building, Oth nnd
Wnll, adjoining the New York Life tddg :
fUltahla for physicians. Inwjeri or renl
Hiltn. VVIII innKf attractive prlne mill tlx
rooms In nice shape for ilrslintde and per
tnaiirnt tinnnls; steiim heat, elevator nnJ
Jutillor icrlvco. Al.HX I'lNIU.A V. Agt.
TO III'.NT -Nice otnve room In the New
III lire ImiIIiHi-.it. Miltable Tor otllce. ultiKle
or ilouble, also latue rooms foi satntite on
mm nnd. third, fourth or llfth (loor, some
of the most desirable olllce rooms In the
. Itv Apply William H. HldRe. New ltldgo
Tci UKNT Itv C, II. 1'eiinocK, n w. cor.
12th nnd Main st.: Tuo elegant front of
tb rKun, uth and east windows; Kee
ond tiour, this liiiltdlng, to llrst-, lass phv
n. Inn or any good business; nnd two tlrst
rl.i's sleeping rootn, third floor; rensonablo
Ti Itr.NT line nleily finrlshed room,
H'lltnlile for two; board If deslied; Wnt-r
in ! bath on same Hour; close In. l.l.W
MONHV 'III I.OAV.
Tilt: AMIMtlCAN MOKT'lA'ir. AND IN
V I.ST MK NT COMPANY New York l.lfo
building -neirotlates farm, ranch and city
loans, and municipal and olhei bonds. Ap
I lb inli'iis for large hums especially solicit
ed f!nm all pnltfl of the West.
TO LOAN On choice Unproved business
property, nt per cent : on brli k residences
and on farms near Kansas CUv. at fl per
rent. IHiMHIt UI5H1), li; Hroadway.
MONHV TO LOAN on real eUnte securi
ty at low lutes. H. W MISSON.
M7 New York Life bldg
t: TO LOAN on city Improved property
for s or I years. K. 11. IH HI.PS CO .
fili Am Ilk tibig.
JlnNllV to loan on real esinte at lowest
rni.s. Itleger & Moore. Heist building.
Toil SAI,1-IIIMI, IIMMTII.
r.Vi acre tiult farm, Howell co., Mo ad
join! railroad station.
2i:.' fruit trees, mostly bearing.
Illicit varieties apples, peaches, etc.
Hot -is. cows, hogs, wagons, faun Imple
ments, corn, oats, etc., on hand, go with
Tnki n under mortgage and offered for
f'.j .",u per acre.
T. tins easy. This Is JI.23 rnch only for
the trees, which they will ptoduce in a
single uood crop year.
Address Owner, 12.1 N. Y. Life bldg.
ItllP.rMATlSM positively cured We
guarantee to cure the worst com-s by your
takltu: a course of Kldne kun; sola by
driiKcKts: price it. II. C. Arnold, Agent,
5th and Main sts., Kansas City.
CHllONOMKTKIt, watch and clocKinaK.
er. J. 1. jvcnmulr. C Uast. luth St., bet.
Main and Walnut.
TO Till'. MPltCHANT;.
Iirtln .Mln ..m.p ...-. uh ir . .. .... .....
rjulck, reliable service'.' Uoes our trans
ler company look out 'or your Interests?
If yon have good reusons for a cn.inge, wo
would be pleased to hear trom you. Pur
iilluri packed und shipped. General trans
MIDLAND TltANSPI-JIl COMPANY.
'Phone 1517. 407 and li'J Wyandotto st.
Have you seen the 1"' Klngswood Scorch
er? Absolutely IiIkIi grade, tor $."o ifl. Pully
warranted for a yeur. Wo have been try
ing to say this for the last twelve years,
but until now we have never been nine to
do so. We will bonk orders for a limited
number of these wheels for delivery dur
Ing Hie holidays. Kansas City Illeycl:
Company, 1027 and 1020 Jlroadwuy.
AN i iPI'iiltTPNITY I- .ffereil for a gen
tleman with husliv s training and SW."0 in
ea-.li to - i in i nr lnt,ie--t tu a will es
tablished K.in.-us city Jibbing house.
p.irtie. iiitei't Me I re. by perin!-si,.n, le
ferred to Mr. J. O. Stn in, cashier Jletro
polltun Nat. bank, Knns.i Cilv.
lU'SlNUSS CHANCH--Mnke money by
careful speculation In grain through a re
liable, Mircct-Rfiil tlrtn: excellent opportuni
ties to mak- nrollls by our new plans; fully
explained and sent free; highest relerencts.
Pattlson & Co., 7:"J Omaha bldg., C'nlcugu,
MHS. L. JAMUS. the well known clair
voyant and trance medium, may be coo-
ufted at U'lfi (innnd nve. parlors 3'J and 40
cLAH'tVOYANT Mr. Ciinnhiidiiini. rell-
ul I. t' -i ai d bii-lie -s ! dium. C32 S. ilth S
naK."IFB Pff AI.Ti PISHAJCS nnd Im
rikllS biCOl perleeu, ns ot the r-Uii.
tre.ileil bj regular I, Ulhtt'l.'il specialists.
inns n. wi.i unit in . !. v. CiIm.. s.
Urinific,,: ll-l.. Ii. tli,,.l I till 'IL'o. ht. l.'Ui.
V'Ojiuuu took on Hie .-km and M-alp,!ura stiiu.n.
nt)ltsi;s mi c.ititi.i(;i;s.
'HUdtSI :s '' l N TL ill :?r-?o"iirnioi7i7ioiu
for and leturntd. Calves raised.
MAliK S. SAL1SI1UU1. ludeiieiidence,.Mo.
III7AT, HSTATIl TltANSKIlllS.
NoltMAN .-.- ltulii:il"l-juN, pruiirlctora
of uljstracts and ix.iniinns of land titles,
,Nu. HI lCust Sixth tti' ei, tiiriilsh dally thu
irunslel-, of pal istatti tiled III tho ti-cord
ir's otllce at Kansas City, .Mo.
NotUc-Alt tianstius uppearlng In our
d.ill n ports lontulii covuiiiints of gmt'tal
watiantv unless otlierwlso stand.
I lec.-ltlbel l?'t.
IsiilnUii Matthews to William O.
Ilouk: lot P. Churlevoix J
Kllza IJ. While to KH.4 W, Carey;
lot 37, block SJ. Jditt's adilltlnn
H. V. Wood and wife to M. U, Coop
er; lots hi and 17, P. o. Snian's ad
dition M.uy A. Scliuli and husbauil to
licoige II. I.ong: lot II. Pound Tup
James !'. lloulehun and wlto to John
An leisou, lot It, block I, lusurvey
Whipple" second addition
ol'ITCI,Al.U I) I'm IS,
11. W. Anisdii and wife to I.. It. Da
vis: part of luts 2V and SSI, block
2'l. Old Town
J. P. Plournoy to J. P. Iloulehaii:
lot lull, block 1, Whlpplu's second
J. M. Patterson to Keystone Matiu
factuilug Compuny; lots 3 and C,
blixk 2J, extension West Kansas
J J. Pevero to W. 15, Swentzcl; lot
21, Hethesda place No. 2
NOTU'IS TO STOCKHOLDKItS-Tho nn
mial meeting of the stockholders of thu
Mel chants' Natlonul bunk, of Kansas City,
Will be llelll Ul lis uno-u ill iiiu ;niw lora
l.lfo building. In Kansas City, Missouri, on
Tuesday, the Ilth day of January. Isini, be
tween the hours of a u. m. and 3 p, m., for
tho puiposu of electing directors for thu
ensuing year and tor the transaction of
such other business as may legally como
before the meeting. II. OLAHK1S.
December 13. 13. l'icaldcnt.
ISLISCTION NOTIC1S Notlco Is hereby
given that the unuual stockholders' meet
ing of the Citizens' National bank, of Kun
tas City. Mo., will be held on Tuesday,
Januury Hth. IdSti, ut Its banking olllce, bo
tween thu hours of 10 a, in. and I p. m.,
to elect directors tor the ensuing year, uud
to transact any other business that may
come beforo that meeting.
W. II. SU15GEH. Cashier,
December 13, 1503.
Tu eeo a w-elr- kt .. ..ft :.".
LKtlAI. .till ILK.!.
Hli)it.A.s. I liu -, u hiirbu nnd .Iran,
tn He Slivbrl. Ids wife, b) Ihelr ccitsln
Ueyd of tiust dHted September Will. lSMk
iieknoHlcdKed by nid Bttebel and wile Oe
.?,l"fr..JM' m- '"'si lor rward October
itll, li. and tci aided tn lioolt "11" On, nt
page , tn the olllvc of the tccordor of
deeds In mid for Jackson county, Missouri,
at Kansas city, did convey to the uniUf
HKlud ttliHlnr the fellonlllg desct1lir-l leal
st.itf,Mtiiiiii.,)l( and Iielng In the t utility
ir Jiii'koii and stale of MlMoutl, to-nlt:
Iits six tm, texeu (T), eight t. nine (?)
and ten (Hi) In idouk nlevcn (II), I'H'fy
Place, an addition tu the City of Kansas
(now Kansas City), as said lots are marked
n'"l designated UM ,. ,. j .,,,t 0( r,,,i
nddltloti a the recordcKs elllee, Jiiekson
totiiity MlMotitl, said bioiietty lielng more
pattbiilnMy descrllieil its follows: Com
tueiiPlliR lit n point oil the west Hilt! ot
I .Itnpbell stlret, 12", feet north of Hleieiith
street; tlietien north I2A feet on Cnmidwll
flteet. thrnce west ltM feel to till nlb-y.
theiic south along said nlley IK fcetdhence
nst im feet to the IikIiiiiIIiK; IipIiik thu
fntnii property coiliejed to laid II. U Stle.
hel by Hdwsrd A. Phillips and wife b) deed
dated November 13th, ls.o. nnd recorded In
book "If l(r,, page 0f (ho tecords of
Jackson county, N)lrtirl, also lots one (It,
two (Si. three (3), (uur (), live till, nix li
nnd seven i;j, M Holmes subdivision "f
lols eight it), t,u,e (j) and part of lot but
(10). In block slxtv-lour (till, KnM Kansas,
nn nddltloti to the city or Kansas (now
Iiniisas City). nlo the piece of ground
formerly an alley srpurnlltig mid lots 1,
2. 3, I, 5 and fi from said lot seven (J),
the nforesnld litPtiilspx being the Identical
W.V.1.1"' lexeept Mild alley) roiieyed by
"llllam Holmes ntul wire to snld Henry tl
KllelM-l ,y deed dated Aplll 1st. ISM. nnd
recorded In book "II" ln, impe IP, of tin;
Mcordi. of Jncksoti county. Missouri, nnd
said ground (rotinerly nn alley) being th
fame alley vacated nnd cotivoed to -mid
Henry o. Hte lln-l bv an order ot tne county
court of Jiiokson county, Missouri, as re
cotded in bonk "li" ti", page ids, of lh"
records of Jackson couniv, Missouri. In
trust to secure a certntn bond In said deed
tit trust described; and. whereas, default
hn hc-m made In the payment of the In
stallments and Interest by raid bond re
quited to be pnid nnd various Installments
nnd tho Interest mentioned In said bond
have remained unpaid over six months
whereby It Is prnildeil by said bond and
deed of trust that thD whole principal
debt shall, nt the option of tho holder of
said Isinil, Immediately thereupon become
due and payable, olid, whereas, tho owner
nnd holder of said bond has exercised melt
option and declined the whole debt duo;
now, therefoie. notice Is hereby given Hint
nt tho request of the legal holder and
owner of said bond mil by virtue of tho
power and authority In me vested by said
deed of trust, I, the undersigned trustee,
will, on Friday. December nth, iM. be
tween tho hours of 9 o'clock n. in. and !i
o'clock p in. of thnt day, proceed to sell
and will sell the above described reul es
tate, at tiiihllo vendue to the hlchest bid
der, for cash, at the door of the Jackson
county, Missouri, circuit court house, at
the northeast corner of Missouri avenue
and Onk street, lb Kanns City, Jnekson
county, Missouri, and shall make such sale
for the purpose of satisfying said bond
nnd Interest and thu costs of executing
this trust. LEON Ill.oCK,
TUt'STHirS PALK-Wliereas, Kate It.
Lur.earaiid Harmon (.!. Ltueur, her husband,
by their certain deed of trust dated the ith
dnv of April, P19, tiled for recotd In tho
olllce of the recorder of deeds for Jnekson
county, Missouri, nt Kansas City, on the
loth day of April. ISi. and recorded In the
otllce ot said recorder of deeds at Kansas
City, In book 11, Number .W. nt puce (W,
conveyed to me, Oliver II. Dean, the un
dersigned trustee, the following described
tract of land, situate In the county of
.liu Itson and state of Missouri, tn-wlt: All
of the West twenty-nine and one-half (29S)
feet of lots numbered twelve (12). thirteen
fl.1), fourteen (11), fifteen (151. and the west
twenty-nine and one-half C.'O'v) ( et of the
north twelve and one-hnif (12'b) feet of lot
numbered sixteen (pi), nil In block num
bered twony-sevon (27), In Dundee Place,
n n addition to the City of Kansas, now
Kansas City. Missouri, ns the said lots
are maiked and designated on the record
ed plat of said addition on tile and of rec
ord in the otllce of the recorder of deeds
for Jackson county, Missouri, at Kansas
city. in trust, however.to secure the payment
of the ceilnin principal promissory note
and Interest coupons In said d-ed of trust
described; nnd, Whereas, all of 5".ld Inter
est coupons hnve been paid, but default
has been made in the payment of the sal 1
tillncltml promissory note, nnd the same,
with Interest thereon from the Sth day of
April, 1SK. relnalns overdue and unpaid,
now, therefore, public notice Is hereby giv
en that I. tho said undersigned trustee, nt
the request of the leirul holder and
owrcr of the said principal note,
and by virtue of the power and au
thority In me vested by raid deed of trtlt.
will. In accordance with the terms and
provisions of said deed of trust, proceed
to sell and sell the property In said deed
of trust and hereinbefore described, and
any nnd every part thereof, at public ven
due, to the highest bidder, for cash, nt the
front door of the building now used by the
state circuit court of Jackson county, Mis
souri, as a court house. In Kansas City,
formerly City of Kansas, tn the county of
Jackson aforesaid, said building being the
court house .'Itunted on the north side of
Missouri avenue, between Oak and Locust
streets, in said Kansas 1'ltv, and said front
door being the south door of said court
house, on Monday, the 13th day of Janu
ary. I,!, betwten the hours of nine o'clock
In the forenoon nnd five o'clock In the aft
ernoon of thnt day, for the purpose or pay
ing off said principal note and the Interest
due thereon, and the costs nnd expenses
of executing this trust.
OI.lVRlt II PP.AN', Trustee.
Kansas City, Missouri, December 17th, ran.
TIU'STliIK'S SAM'S Whereas, John
Critchley, and Sarah Crlichley, his wife, as
grantors, bv their certain deed of trust,
dated the tlrst day of October. A. D., Islil,
and on the 26th d.iv of October, A. D., IS'll,
dtilv tiled for record In the olllce of the re
corder of deeds for Jackson county. Mis
souri, at Kansas City. Missouri, und duly re
corded in the lecords Iheteof, in book II,
number "ofi", at pige 117, conveyed to one
Kdward P. Kimball, as trustee, the follow
ing described real estate, situate in the
lountv of Jackson, Slate of Missouri, to
wll: The south twciuy-tlve (25) feet of lot
fort v -seven (171. and the north eight (m feet
of lot fortv-elghtdM In 151 lorado, nn addition
to tin City of Kansas (now Kansas City),
Missouri, according to the recorded plat
thereof now on file In the olllce or tho
recorder of deeds for said count.v, at Kan
sas City. Mlsi-ourl. In trust, however, to se
cure tho payment of one certain principal
promissory note, and six coupon Interest
notes, In said deed of trust described, ana,
whereas, the llrst one of said Interest con-
-. ... ......... ... ..Il ,1,,., ..'nil ilol.r ...I 1.1 ,..! liu
Kill Jiuien m ''"" ,,.- ,.,.,j ,... ..,, ..,.-
.c i 1..., ,l..r.:il- n.,id imnl.. Ir II,.. ...,.,
iieLoner, n-'i, etc, ,..., ,,,, i., ,,,,?
being duo und unpaid; now, therefore, upon
the refusal of said trustee, lvlwurd P.
.. . ' ,.,.-, .....1 ,.l..-, II,
IVlUlllUII, UllllieO III "Vie" !' "I iium lu mi,
and Ills absiiico from Kansas City and Jack
son county, public notice is hereby glveti
lli.lt at the request of the legal holder nnd
o-.vner or -old Indebtedness in default, and
by leason of said defaults, I, John I',
O'Neill, sheriff of said county, and sue.
ceding trustee, by the terms of said deed
of tiust, will, pursuant to the terms of
Mild deed of mist, and under authority
thereof, and of the laws of tlio stale of
Missouri, on the Ilth day elf January. A. D.,
IV; between the hours of nine o'clock In
the fuicnnon and live o'clock III the after
noon of that day, sell the real estate abovu
dcHcitbeil at public vendue, to the highest
bidder, for cash, at tho north P. S. il'nlted
Males) court house door (Hie pome being
Im ated on the southeast comer of Ninth
and Walnut streets. Kansas City, Jack,
son county, .Missouri), to pay the costs up, I
expenses of executing the trust nnd thu
indebtedness secured bv snld died of trust,
Ji i UN P. O'NI'lILL, Sin HIY an I Trustee.
Tltl'STKP.'S HAL -5-W hereas Christian
A. Pannuker, Sr. islngb) did, by his cur
lain detd of trust, dated the Jiith ny of
September. 1VW, and recorded on ihe 7th
day of September, IM, In book II, No. 410.
at page 221. In the olllce of the recorder of
deeds for Jackson county, Missouri, at
i.-.,,una t'ltv convey to the tmdci-.h;ne,i
tiustti' Hie foihnvlng described ieul ...
luTe 111 Juckon etitnity, Missouri, lo-wlt:
Luts twenty-two (22), twcnty-tlireo (23J nnd
twenty-four (.Mb, t'. Dnunnkur's, Sr.,
uddliion to the City of Kansas (now Kan.
sus City), Missouri, lo secure thu one prln.
elii.il note and interest in said deed of trust
described; and, whereas, default has been
made In the payment of said note, ami In
terest tlieicuii. and Hale anil county taxes
for lit I and IW. and city taxes for lvjj,
now, therefore, I, the undersigned trustee,
by virtue of the powers in me vested, In nnd
by said deed of trust, and at Ihe request
of tho legal holder of said bond or note,
heieby glvo notice that I will, on S.itmday,
the Itli day of January. IM). between tho
hours of ti o'clock In tho forenoon and 4
o'clock lu the afternoon, at the west front
door of tho U. S. postolllco building
isamo being at tlu southeast corner ot
Ninth and Walnut streets). In Kansas City,
Jackson county, Missouri, cxposu said real
estate for sale at publio vendue, for cash,
to tho hlgnest bidder, to pay olf said note.
Interest und taxes, und tho expenses of
executing this trust.
CIIAHLI'.S 15. SMALL. Trustee.
Gage. U'ldd & Small. Attorneys.
NOTICIS TO CONTUACTOIiS-Tho un
dersigned will, on Jauuuiy 7. lbl. at hour
of 2 o'clock of thut day, lot by public out
cry, ut the eust front door of the court
house, corner Missouri nve. and Locust st
tho building of one 124 ft. Iron bridge on
tubular iron pleis. Speclllcullons muy bo
seen lu my olllce lu the court house, Kan
sus City. Mo. A rash deposit of two hun
dred U.'OO) dollars required with each bid.
IV J. O'l-'LAHKUTV.
Co. Surveyor and Ilrldge Com.
December 18. U95.
j..,' "t(Sa,, iii--fjusas- City, lllssc -.
TIlP.gTlSIJ'M HA LP Wliefrnd. limttrn
Krull and John II. Kinll, htr hUKlmnd, did,
bv their certain rleid ,,( tiust, dalnd the
Brd day of Aurust, tmi and rriordeil on
the "3rd liny of August, ii, in book II. No
M2, at page IM. In the ollbe of the record, r
of deeds for Jnck-on comity, Missouri, nt
Kn Hsu Cty. coin i. v to the lindernmii'd
trustee the folio. Hit drserlbed real estate
In J.ii h'n count) Missoml, to-wlt All of
bits four (l), five (S) n hi. seven l. nine
Id, tell IIO), rlVelt IIP. twelve IK1. twenty,
four (21), twetlbv-tpe (Ja, tw;ntysl l.til,
twentV-MVetl 1271. twenty. eight (J, twi.
t nine i). thirty-three (ffl), thlriyfour
t.lti Ihim-flYr (Ti), thlrty-iMx (.). thin,-
s. v.n (371, Hiirty-elglit (Ml, tnirty-iilne an,
and til, south sevenly-llie nnd tnlrteenone
hundredth ITT. IJ-lt'il feet nr IM eight pi,
nil or ..iid lots being in MwW heihis.
nn addition to the City of Kansas, now
Kati'as city, n tne same nr mirKed una
ileslKiinted on the plat of said mid It Ion on
tile nnd of recotd In the otflcn of the n
rorder or dieds of said Jackson county, at
sub! Kansas City, to secure the indebted
ness nnd sums of money or balnnces In said
deed of lrul described; nnd, wheieas. de
fault has br. n made In the payment or sold
indebtedness and sums of motley or bal-runi-
ntul intensl thereon, and, whereas
default bus been made In the payment of
rnv taxis for the jrnrs IW nnd irad, nrk
taxes pre. state and county taxes for the
jeiirs l".'! and WW, mid special taxes on
said property, nil of which hae been paid
bv the owner and holder of said linlpliied
tt'ess and sums of money or balances; nnd,
wherms, more than six months hnve passed
since the tf rinlinillnn of business illations
between sold John II. Krull and Llppln
colt. Johnson tt Company, the third part. s
in Mild deed or trust, now, therefore, 1, til.)
Ul'dilslgnid trustee, by virtue or the 1ow
i is In me lesttsl III nnd by said deed of trust
and at the rec)Ut or the legal holder of
i. ill indebtedness and sums of money- or
balances, hereby give notice that I will, on
Wi dins, lay, the IMh day of January, iv-,.
between the bolirs of 9 n'clnck In the foie
tioim and 7. n'clnck In the afternoon, at the
south frnnl door of the county court house,
on MIourl avenue, bet went Onk and Lo
cust streets, In snld Kansas City, Jackson
coiiiitv, Missouri, expo'e snld teal estate
for a'le nt public vendue, for cash, lo the
hlKhist bidder, In pay off said Indebtedness
a nt sums of money or balances nnd taxes
anl interest and tlio expenses of executing
t Us r,l",'(,.,At.,(,,-fi -- SMALL, Tiustee.
finite. I .ail 1 .1 Small. Attorneys. . .
Tltl'Sl'ISISS SA LIS Whereas. Krlku C.
HeiKinan and (lustaf llergmnn, her hus
band, by their certain deed of trust, dated
the first day of May. IV.h). tiled for record
In the ollb e of the recorder of deeds for
Jackson county, Mlssouii, on the 2nd day
day of Mil), 1W, and recorded In the utile)
of said rn order of deeds, at Kansas City,
In book "it" No. 111. at page 6Jt.. conveyed
to me, Oliver 11. Deitn, the undersigned
trustee, the following described lands and
pri mixes situate In the county of Jackson
and state of Missouri, lo-wlt: All of Ihe
east forty-four (III feet of the w.st eighty -eight
(.. f.et of lot numbered slxtien (Pi),
In Stevens' addition to the City of Kansas,
now Kansas City, Missouri, as the said lot
Is marked and designated on the recorded
plat of sutd addition, on tlio and of record
In the olllce of the recorder of deeds for
Jackson enmity. Missouri, at Kansas City.
In trust, however, to secure the payment
of tne certain principal promissory note
and Interest coupons In said deed of trust
described: and, whereas, all of said Inter
iM( coupons have be n paid, but default
has been made In the payment of said
principal note, and the same, with Interest
thereon Horn the llrst day of May, ls!".
remains overdue nnd unpaid. Now, there
foie, public notice Is hereby given, thnt I.
the snld undersigned trustee, at the te.picst
of the legal holder and owner of snld prin
cipal note, secured by said deed of trust,
nnd by virtue of thu imwer end authority
in me vested by said deed of trust, will. In
accordance with the terms nnd provisions
of snld deed of trust, proceed to sell, mid
sell the property In snld deed of trust, and
herein before described, and any ami every
part thereof, at public vendue, to the high
est bidder, for cash, at the front door of tho
building now ti-i, by the state circuit court
of Jackson county, Missouri, as a court
house In Kansas City. Missouri, In the
county of Jnekson n foresaid, sutd building
being the court house situated on the north
side of Missouri avenue, between o.ik und
Locust stieett, In snld Kansas City, and
said front door being the south door of
snld court house, on Saturday, the Ith dnv
of January. I'M. between the hours of nine
o'clock In the forenoon nnd live o'clock ill
tho afternoon of that dnv, for the pur
pose of paying off said principal note nnd
the Interest due thereon, and the costs and
expenses of executing this trust.
OLlVPIt 11. DI5AN. Trustee.
Kansas City, Mo . December nth. 1Si.
TltPSTl-SKS" SALES Whereas. Krlka C.
Herginan and Uustuf Hergiimu, her hus
band, by their certain deed or trust, dated
the 1st day of Muy, PM, filed for record In
the olllce of the recorder or deeds for Jack
son county. Missouri, nt Kansas City, on
the 2d day of May, ISM, and recorded in th
olllce of sl'l ret order of 'ml- at Kansas
City In book "It" number 111. at page .'.10
conveyid to me. Oliver II. Dean, the un
dersigned trustee, the following described
lands and premises, situate In the county
of Jnekson and stuto of Missouri to-wlf
All of the west forty-four (Hi feet of lot
numbered sixteen Hi;), In Stevens' addition
to the City of Kansas, now Kansas City.
Missouri, as tho said lot is marked and des
ignated on the recorded plat of said addi
tion, on tile and of record In the olllce of
the recorder of deeds for Jackoti county
.Missouri, at Kansas City, in trust how
ever, to secure the payment of the certain
principal promissory note and Interest cou
pons in said ibed of trust described; and
whereas, all of said Interest coupons have
been paid, but default has been made In the
payment of until principal note, and tho
same, with Interest iherson from the first
day of May, lfclO. remains overdue nnd un
paid; now. therefore, public notice S here
by given that I, tho said under-lgned trus
tee, nt the request of Hi,, l,ga holder and
owner of said principal note secured by
snld deed of tiust. and by virtue of the
power und authority In me vested by B,i
deed of trust, will. In accordance with the
terms and provlslop of mild deed of
trust, proceed to sell, nnd sell the property
In said deed of trust und hereinbefore de
scribed, and any nnd every pan thereof
at public vendue, to the highest bidder for
cash, at the front door of tre building now
used by the state circuit court of Jackson
county, .Missouri, as n court house fn Kan
sas City. Missouri, In the county 0j ,i.,0iiilo
aforesaid, said building belnB the court
house situated, on the north side of Mis
souri nvenuo, between oak ntul Locus:
streets, in suld Kansas City, and snld trout
door being the south door of said court
house, on Saturday, the tth day qf Jnnu.irv
ISM, between the hours of nine o'clock In
the forenoon und live o'clock In the after
noon of thai day. for the purpose of paying
olf said principal note and the Interest due
ihereon, and in,, costs and expenses of i.
editing thl trust
OL1VISR II. DHAN. Trustee
Kansas City Missouri. December 9h. !),
TltL'STKLS'S SAL1S WllerciK ih,wl...
A. Daiinaker, br., (single) did, by id, cer
tain detd of trust, datid the 1st day or
August, 1S.H4, nnd lecorded on thu 1-it day
of August, lvi, In book II, No. j.-, ,,t
puge MM. in thu olllce of the recorder of
deeds for Jackson eounly, Missouri ut
Kansas -7l,,V. convey tu u,e undersigned
trtisteu the following described real es.
late In Jackson county, Missouri, to-wlP
Lot .numbered one (II, two (2), threu (i)
and four (I). Ill C. A. Dannaker's. Hr ad'
dltloil to the cliy of Kansas (now Ku'ns.n
City), Missouri, to secure the one prln.
cip.il not and interest In snld deed of
trust described; and, whereas, default has
lam made In the payment of said note
and luttfient thcicon, and suite and county
taxes for years 1WI and ISM und city tuxi
for Hie year ISM, now, therefore. J, tho
undersigned trustee, by virtue of the pow.
ers In nn verted In and by said deed of
trust, nnd at tho request of the legal hold,
er of said not., lur.by glv.. ilotice u,,,
1 will, on Saturday, the HI. day of Janu
ary, Pis', between iho bonis uf ! o'clock
III tho forenoon and' o'clock In the after,
noon, at tho west fiunt door of tho P.
S. custom house (suniu belnx nt
the south ust coiner of Ninth and Walnut
otreoisi, In tho city of Kansus (now Kan
sas City), Jackton county, Missouri, ex.
posa said real estate for sale at publio
vendue, for cush. to the highest bidder,
lo pay olf said note, Interest nnd tux.-n
and the expenses oi executing this tiust.
ill.iil.i.n i.. njuuiii. iru
Hag". Ladd .t- small. Attorneys.
Tltl'STlSl.'S SAI.IS-Def.iult having been
made In tin pas meiit of the principal (and
also coupons IlllUlbcI'd live (jj und six
Pi) of the tnttiest) uf tho tlrst muitgui,c
leal estate bond denilb.il lu u died of
trust made b Stephen Kauai, mid Jo
eephlno Pagan, his, wife, dated Ihe ifith day
of May, lt-. i, corded the 3utb day of May,
lsiij. I.i book H -MS. at page 6W, In tho re.
carder's otllce of Jackson county, Mis
souri, ut Kansas City, 1 will, pursuant to
said deed of trust, and in accordance with
tho terms thereof, ut the rruuvst of ih
legal owner and holder ot suld bond und
coupons, which are now past due, bet won
the hours of nine o clock In (lit forenoon
and live o'clock In Hie afternoon, on Satur
day, tho Ilth day of January, A, D. Jhtli.
ut tho south door of thu county court
house, In Kansas City, Jackson county,
Missouri, sell all of lols three 13) and four
(I), In block one (P. ivsurvcy of Hoclap I's
addition, uu nddltlon to tin City of Kansas,
Missouri, now Kansas City, Missouri, as tho
tunic appears ol recotd In the olllce of the
ricorder of deeds of Jackson county, .Mis
souri, at public vendue to tho highest bid
der, for cush, to satisfy tuld bond uud
coupons, and tho cost of executing this
trust. JOHN 0. CiItoVKri,
l'lrtt publication December IT. 1WJ.
Hunter M. Mirlwether. Attorney
Tn ceuta a week.
$1.00 u year by mall.
. -.Ul.. . -.
.,, - wafl WM.
la.caw.- .; -.. ,;s?s7liry.
UNION DEPOT TIME GflRD,
instructions All trains uauy. unless
market: ". rcept Sunday; ". fiiinday
'only, "!." etut-pt 8Atm, lay, ''). ex-ept
I Moiutay, "I.' Maiiirdny .rtiiy llrst column.
I i..l.- .i..w.,.l -.llllM,... tl-flVA
Instructions All trains dally
lent.- second roluinn. urtlve.
Iliilinlhal A st. doe It. It. Ilurllngtiitilliiutx.
Trains l-env Arrive.
K. c. A Itrookneld, ., intpm ltii
Atlantic express l:n x . pm
Chicago Inst mmII, "lill",. 6 li pm s iam
St. Iiult rtpress ...8. is pin 7.00 am
II. A M. It, . In .Si IimmIoi- Itarllllgloil lloille.
Denver A K. C. exprets,
llncoln. liililm-si a- Pucet
Moiital lfllrt am 7 :., r
j It, I ., s. , a (oiiniII Itlult. IliillriMil.
n "h' 'l '" ,,, .' " ." , ' ! , ' "., M
Sotital ltHrtam 7 V, pra
I ) 'II mil' (1 "Mills II I l I I 1 IIIIIIM '""I
1 Ottinhn A- m P. fast mall Iptflnm M put
, lots ii i ipre.s ., S 3ft pin piUam
; omnli.i impress tj.ii titti '6 nam
1 Hi. Joo A lona mull ... :.J6 inn . iiimi
Denvtii cxptFM 10 l.latii 7 ".'. pm
l-ev., AteU'A- Hi. Joe.... t.,',1 titn 1 O ptn
. 'All trains nuku lavi-n worth except tlw
HMD a. in. '
llles.(-,. Hock 10 mil A Purine.
THtlhs ISnst of Missouri Ilivcr
Chleasfo mall lStr.nm x7 " pm
Chli'flKo Inn He,) 5 I., pm l).3oalii
Trains West of Missouri lltver
lintel. Wichita. I"t. W... .10 Mam f. la pm
Den,, Col tip. . Pueblo. ...10 'slam i.l
!.'."."j.Co1- "P- Pueblo. ..xk 10 m ys.2onni
Ulehlla, 1 T. A Pt. V.... x I" tun ys '.Dam
"lupeku, Ilutihinsuii S t Jim jS.Waui
MI..IIIIH I'.llllle Itnllroilil.
I iiiina im.i.
Mall nnd eiprcs "( am fS:Mpm
St. Louis dn exiress I0)am r, alpni
New York rai ,
St. Louis m-cht ixprcs's
mnii i :" pm i "
u ,.i ..... 1n 1 1 nni
i.exingion ,x- st j, er 7 t-j ptn louanm
lexlhglun ..- Sedilla ;nss.. Oiiatu i.upni
CotTevvllle .; I'ulorado 10-10 am r,.45ptri
Cotfeyvllle ,x; Wichita a:2Dpm 7.2Jam
7 t-j pin lo Oi am
i,..i.. .'... i.
, IUIII-. CIOIIIII, .
Jop., Pt. Scott A- Wichita.. 4(V. am Il'XJpni
Jopim ,i Texas express ...10 .si am
Juplln .v Toxas expr, ss 7.oi)pin
nmnti.-i, Lin. ." N. City ex. 9 IB pm
Omnlin .; C It day nx 7 50am
K. C. .t- A. aceom. ex r. () pm
K. C. A- St Joe ex 10 3'Ninl
1. I1 A a. C 1.... . ?'t.llilil
S IJ pm
f, 30 am
S 13 pm
1 . pm
C .'$ tun
Ixuii'iis I Itt Nortl.iiestern ltullro.nl.
Seneca .t llcntrlce ex 7.30am I.SOpm
Mubasli Itullrimd t'liinn my.
St. U-iuls , Chicago ex.... SWam 7'10 pm
St. L. & N. V. Mm. ex....xl0 i"am xfi to pm
SU 1... D. M. ,v St. P ex... s 31 pm
It. C. . Chluigo ex CSD pm
('liU'dgo S Alloii.
Chicago St. IOtils ex.... -01 am
Chlrngo llmltc! r.-f-lpm
SI. I. .C- rhli.ii,n or . . fi:i", ion
: to ii nx
liunsas t'lly, tort Siutt .V .iteiiipliN.
Florida fnst mall Ifi-SOnm f,:0)pm
Ilarrlsonvllle A- Clinton. ..xl0:O) am fj:,)pm
. le.ei ik in ,..-. ,,,,,
r. -. ..... 1ft 1. nm
Joolln At New Orleans.
.. 6 2i pm in 15 am
... V:30ntn 7 15 am,
Missouri, Kansas A- lea Hallway.
Texas mall lO.IJum 6:33 pm
Texas expnsK D.Wpm 7.24 am
I'tiliiii Pscltlelt illw.iy
Cnl AV Oregon fast mall. ..10:40 am C:M pm
Denver .t Cal. limited.... 7:30 pm ti.iO.im
.Mcliliin, tupeliii A .-until le ltilllway.
Ij,l-l ol liri-vuil lll.l'l.
Chicago M-stlbuled express G:."J) pm
Chicago limited 5 30 pm
Chlciiro fust daylight ex. 7 30 am
Port MeJIson loial 8:10am
TSast of Missouri Hlver
1 23 pm
West of .Missouri ltlver.
Oklahoma ,t Texas loc.ll.. S:15 um P15 pm
S. Kns day ex 9 1.1 am li 20 pm
Col.. 1'tah A Texas ex .... U 25 am r,.:'5 pnl
California limited 9.!0am 5Wpn
Mexico .i Cal ex l:im 7 ( am
P.mporla local (S. K.) ....x! 20 pm xtl 20 am
Topeka express 4 3 pm ! 10 am
Panhandle ex (S K.) !':10 pm 7 03 am
Kua., Ok. .V Tex. nht ex. S.20pm C.Wam
CHAM) AVIS. IHSlMir, SMll . I'llPI. l".
( hlelli;o, Mllunl.lieo A' -t. Pant.
Chicago passenger xtf-Joam 6 10 pm
Chlllli-utbu express xO.eo pm 1U:S0 um
Kausiis City .7 independence I'lectrle It. It,
A. M. Leave Knnsns City 5 P. 0 "0. 0 w).
(i:lS. All trains trom t):15 n. m. to 5 1' p in.
run every 15 minutes. P, M. 6 I . f, fvi. fl 10,
8 20, K 30, t, 15. I, .",0. 7.10, 7 2e, T 30. 7 13, b 10.
8 2.',, S 13. ".! 1". il 35. 10 CO, !0:30, '11 J. plrst
train on Sunday leuves at 7.30
Tuesdays. Thursdays und Saturdays
GRAND CENTRAL DEPOT.
SECOND AHD WiAHDCTrE STS.
Chicago Great Western Rv,
"The Maple l.enf Koute."
Chicago, Dubunue. St.
Paul. Minneapolis. Mar
idiulltown, Pes Moines
and St. Joseph fast ves
tlhule.1 limited U:J0.im -' itn
Chicago. Dubuque, St.
Paul. Minneapolis. Wa
terloo. Mar'lltown, DuH
Moines und St. Joseph
local express xTVitn
Chicago. Diihuquo nnd
Pes MolneB fast ex ! J ' t ill
Twin City i-p.cial to Des
Moines, St. Paul nml
Minneapolis ..... ..... ... , 8:r.i pm
Past Limited leaving dally, '.. i' n m,
Is u solid, steam heated, gus llrl t, '. -ra u
of new coiu-hes, elegant 1-iillmiu I i
from Pes Moines to Chicago, St ) 1 u i
Twin city special, leaving dnllv -t s p m ,
is Ihe fast, -.! train to the North i '
mini compartment sleepers to I , t . . i,
drawing room slei pern to St. Paul c i I M n.
iieapolls. Dining car serves m- aN
lluiKil llty, Osceola A- Soiillieru.
Clinton and Osceola ex.... &:("pm 1" 20 am
Kansas C It), riitsliin-g A i.uir
Pittsburg. Jop. & Neosho. 11 runm 3 ' pm
t AccomiiKidat Ion C.5" pm 0 o arii
i Aciommodation 7:lUum C lopm
I Dully except Sunday.
linns is Itv .V: Independ Air I loe
Depots, Si rullil el.d U" ) III, Jot tn 111 J Sec
ond and Walnut.
U Or 1322,
The Depot Carriage and Baggago
m:vi:mii and iiihiahw v,
roll A CAHHIAGE OH BAG0A0E WAC0V.
Prompt an it Itl-ll-lble
mi i:Tit t en it(ii:s i-oit Mint f woiiic
WHPItPAS u.md si. uuisuii und Hmm.i
M. orilsuii. bis wife, gruntois, by their
deed ot tiust dated the eight!) day uf Jun-
eighteen bundled und clgbty-elgtit ami
recorded cm iln- faine day lu the leiordcr's
olllce of JaeliBon louuty. Missouri, at Ix.iu.
;is City, In book 14 :.'. pagi s -I..j to I 'J,
both inclusive, conviyi-d to Juiier-on Drum,
back, trustee, the pillowing de.nb.-d land
In the cuuiuy of Jackson, In the state of
Missouri, lo-wlt: All of lot -lumber four
hundred and lltty-lour 05U. In Id" k num.
Per thirty-lour iiiu, in Metleo's uddltion tn
the City of Kansas, lu-lng u parcel of land
Homing tori-iiuit and one-half ((Sl'j) feet
mi the west side of Walnut sire, t. tu ,..'
city, uud one-hundred and Dfleeii mid one.
huff (Ill's) feet on the suuth sldu of Hlglu.
leuth stieei, In laid city. In trust tu st-curt
thu payment of eleven promissory notes In
mil ibed of trust described; und, whereas,
ilitault wus made in thu payment, when
due. of the piliiulpal note, n-cured by said
deed of trust, tho other notes si-cured
thereby having been paid. and. there Is duo
mi said principal nolo seven thousand do!,
bus uf the pilmlp.il thereof, with Interest
then-oil from December seventh, eighteen
bundled uud nlnet-four, ut the rute sped,
lied lu the notu; uuw, therefore, ut tho re.
(iiiebl ot the pnyee and owner of said un
paid note, mbt Ilrumback, us such trustee,
will proceed to nd .under the power lu said
died of tiust, said land by suil deed of
trust conveyed, und uny uud iveiy part
thereof, ut, public vendue, to the highest
bidder, ut tho lourt house door in thu City
of Kunsus (now culled Kunsas City), In tn
county of Jackson utoiesuld. for cush, be.
twevu Ihe bonis of nine o'clock In thi
foienoon and live o'clock In tho afternoon,
on Monday, tho thirtieth day of December
ilglitien hundred und nlnety-tlve, to pay
the costs und expenses of executing tlu
trust. Including compensation to the trus
ten for his services, and the amount due on
laid unpaid principal note the court housa
door at which such sale will be made be
lug thu south front door of the court housa
building In Kansas City. Jackson county,
Missouri, on the block of ground bounded
by l-'lfth street. Oak street. Missouri ave
nue and Lo-ust street. In which building
tho circuit court of Jackson county. Mis
I our), at Kunsus City. Is held, and ut which
door the sheriff usually sells land on c lo
cution from said court.
JEFFERSON liHUMUACK. Trusttfc
cii-ur tha all
cotton from ud3
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