THE SEDAL.TA WEEKLY BAZOO, AUGUST 23, 1892.
DEATH ON THE RAIL.
SIX MEN KILLED AND MANY
FATAL RAILWAY nflLLISlflN TO OHIO.
A Construction Train on the Toledo,
Hocking Valley and Ohio Itun Into
an Open Switch and Collide With
a I.it or Empty Car. Result
ing in Loss of Lire Much
Damage to l'ronerty.
Coshocto.v, 0., Aug. IT. A construc
tion train on the Toledo, Hocking
Valley and Ohio railroad, in charge of
Conductor Humphrey and Engineer
Clyde Whitc.had been engaged in haul
ing gravel from the pit and many men
were engaged in ballasting the road
"rav three miles north. Monday night,
after the last train had been unloaded,
the men boarded the cars which were
being pushed ahead of the engine to
go to their boarding camp a
lew hundred yards south of the
gravel pit. The train was running at
a hazardous speed. When it arrived
at the gravel pit, which was to be
passed without stopping, the switch
was open and the train entered the
siding and collided with some empty
The greater number of the workmen
were seated on the first and second
can,, and when the long train turned
in unon the snur had no time to jump.
Ten of the cars were piled in a mass of
1 1 1 l I. I. t nnllK t.lllf.
QCUflA iiUU UCUCAbll ... w .
tals were crushed. It required two
hours to extricate them. The dead
were: Frank Galli, an Italian, aged
4, head crushed; William Uafferty.
aged 50, head crushed; John lSarry
of Ncwburg, aged 50, head crushed;
Joseph lSvcoft of Unrlington,
Vt-. aged 28, throat torn and body
crushed; John Halliger, head crushed
and dis.embowled.aged 50; John Flynn,
aged 25, back broken.
The following were injured: Frank
Hughes, aged 85, head crushed fatally;
William O'Toole, Portsmouth, O., aged
20, in abdomen; John Fagan, Charles
ton. S. C, aged 23, in head and legs
crushed; Pat Connors. Canton, O., aged
8, in head and breast and collar bone
broken; Martin Ward, PittMjug, Pa.,
aged 45, in hip and back; John Zeigler,
aged 26, in head and side; Patrick
u linen, ageu akiuu. vs., aituu ma
tured, fatal; Hugh Morrison, Altoona,
Pa., aged 40, in head and back;
Patrick Costello, aged 05, left foot
crushed; Morrison Collins, aged 45,
Allegheny City. Pa., terribly bruised
on head: John Erickson, a Swede,
aged 38. feet crushed; Patrick Roach,
aged 51, crushed arm and shoulder.
BAD FOR IRON HALL.
l"he Bank In Which Its Fund are De
Philadelphia, Aug. 17. The Mutual
Banking, Surety, Trust and Safe De
posit company, of which Supreme
Justice Somerby is president and in
which Iron Hall funds are deposited,
H. G. Williams, treasurer of the
Iron Hall building company and a di
rector of the bank was asked the rea
son for the assignment. He replied by
referring to the recent suit for receiv
ership instituted against the Iron Hall
at Indianapolis, and the fact that
$430,000 of the order's money was on
deposit in the bank.
It is claimed by applicants for the
receivership at Indianapolis that SS25,
000 of the Iron Hall's funds are locked
up in the institution and that the Mu
tual company is also surety for the
Iron Hall officers to the extent of Sl.
000,000. The amount of deposit is be
lieved to include SI. 700,000 said to have
been advanced by the chief justice of
the order to make good an impairment
of the bank's capital which the state
bank examiner discovered last spring.
The officers made the following of
ficial statement of the bank's condi
tion on Mav 31. last:
banks or bankers 1G4.5S3 41
Checks and other cash items... 0,91:1 89
Call loans upon collaterals r?.92 00
rime loans upon collaterals 120.2S3 00
Loans upon bonds and mort
Commercial and other paper
owned 20S.062 40
Investment securities 1:9,40)00
Real estate, furniture and fix
tures 2,073 73
Overdrafts 831 41
Current expenses and taxes
Miscellaneous assets 15.7i6 9
Total $I,;,423 13
The bank officials refused to dis
suss the 'S208,0C2.4 ) commercial and
other paper owned," the "325,720.94.
miscellaneous assets," the SS3,400 in-
rcai estate, lurunure anu uxiures.
Chi o . .. mi , , , .
thought to be to a lanrs
extent the $170,000 donated by
the Iron Hall which went to
make up the S1C8.950 capital stock paid
In. Of the deposits subject to check,
amounting to s;92,855.37, the bulk is
Iron Hall money, and the rest, it is
said, is mainly funds of other fraternal
orders. The special deposits, SS0,
700.63, arc, it is explained, "deposits
for a special purpose."
Big Racing Event.
Monmouth Park, X. J., Aug. 17.
The Criterion stakes for 2-year-olds,
810,000 added, three-fourths of a mile,
was won by Miss Maude, Stowaway
second and Lovelace third. Time
1:14 H'- The Omnibus stakes for 3-
Mi-ums ;iv.uvu uuueu. a mile anu a,
half, was taken by Yorkville Belle,
Corrigan's Huron second and Pepper
third. Time 2:3a
ENGLAND'S NEW CABINET.
List of the Government Protectorate aa
Announced by Gladstone.
Loxdox, Aug. 17. Following is an
official list of Mr. Gladstone's cabinet:
Secretary of state for foreign affairs,
Lord chancellor, Uaron Herschell.
Chancellor of the cxchequer.Sir Wil
liam Vernon Harcourt
Home secretary, Herbert Henry A
quith. Secretary of state for the colonies.
Marquis of Uipon.
Secretary of state for war, Eight
Hon. II. Campbell Uannerman.
First lord of the adinirality. Earl
Chief secretary of state for Ireland.
Right Hon. John Morley.
Secretary of state for Scotland, Rt.
Hon. Sir George Otto Trcvelyan.
President of the board of trade, Rt.
Hon. A. J. Mundella.
President of the local government
board, lit. Hon. 11. H. Fowler.
Postmaster general, Arnold Morley.
Vice president of the council of ed
ucation, Arthur Herbert Dyke Acland.
Lord Houghton is viceroy for Ireland.
Mr. Gladstone is prime minister and
first lord of the treasury.
Sir Charles Rnsscll, attorney gen
i John Rigby, solicitor general.
J Samuel Walker, lord chancellor of
Mr. MacDermott, attorney general
I The Rt- non. Edward P. C. Majori
banks, patronage secretary to the
I Alexander Ashcr, solicitor general against such action where two candi
' for Scotland. dates were before the convention. Ho
The lit Hon. J. B. Balfour, lord
advocate of Scotland.
The earl of Kimberlcy, secretary of
of state for India and vice president
' of the council. I
The Chilllcothe Convention Attended by thousands in the hall were howling
Many l'eople and Koad Making Devices. jlike aervishcs. Hedlam reigned su
CiilLl.lcoTHE, Mo., Aug. 17. The preme. Many Clark counties refused
state road improvement convention to vote and the call by counties showed
opened here yesterday most auspic
'still larger number of delegates and
lOUSly Willi U liinrc ilLWlluauti: ouu
visitors expected by the evening trains.
I A large number of road making ma
chines from various points in the state
and from distant states are on the
ground. Many interested citizens from
Missouri aud Kansas are here, deeply
interested in the proceedings of the
'convention, which is already one of
the largest of its kind ever held.
At 8 o'clock this evening, in the
opera house, the convention met for
formal organization. J. A. Potts of
Mexico, president of the state board
of agriculture, presided, with Levi
Chubbuck of Columbia as secretary.
J Colonel Switzler. editor of the Consti
tution, delivered the auurcss oi wel
come. Fatal Gasoline Explosion.
Kansas Citv, Mo., Aug. 17. Byron
S. Hite, aged 57 years, was killed by
the explosion of a can of gasoline
which he was using in the stable in
the rear of his house, 3039 East
Seventh street a few minutes before
9 o'clock this morning. Will Hite, his
son, aged 9 years, was badly burned
jon the hands, arms and face. The
building was blown to pieces, the
'debris was consumed by fire and the
jbody of Mr. Hite was horribly dis
figured and partially consumed by the
Chicago to Kansas City for 93.
Chicago, Aug. 17. From next Satur-
'day until the following Friday people
desirous of going to Kansas City will
1 be able to buy tickets to that point for
SX If they want to go there merely
on a visit they may buy a round trip
ticket for $5 and have until September
15 to make tne return trip.
The Duke of Devonshire Weds.
London. Aug. 17. The Duke of Dev
onshire was married yesterday to the
Countess Louise, dowager duchess of
Manchester. The ceremony took place
'at Christ church, Down street The
archbishop of Canterbury granted a
special license last night
Maverick Bank Officfals Indicted.
Bosto.v, Aug. 17. Four indictments
were yesterday reported against Asa
P. Potter, Jonas P. French and Thomas
Dana, ex-Maverick national bank
ofiicials. French was admitted
to bail in $10,000, John B.
Stetson going his security.
Dana has not yet been arrested. Dis
trict Attorney Allen asked the court
to fix Potter's bail at 820.000 on each
count of the two indictments found
against that defendant Justice Put
nam fixed bail at S10.000 on the false j
tfjury ,u mu luuicimcnt, anu at .u,uvu
on the false certificates.
For a Gold Standard.
Uombay, Aug; 17. The movementln
faror of a gold standard is spreading;,
l'etitions are received daily from offi
cials in all parts of India in favor of
a gold standard. Nearly all the of
ficials in India are paid in silver,
and the decline in the value of that
metal has caused a corresponding de- j
crease in ine purcnasing power ox
silver money. Consequently the offic
ials in many cases find their salaries
loTMted With the Pallium.
London, Aug. 17. The ceremony of
investing with the pallium the Most
Rev. William Vaughan, who succeeded
the late Cardinal Manning as arch
bishop of Westminster, took place in
the lirompton oratory yesterday.
Bncklen's Arnica Salve. i
The Best Salve in Ihe worlJ for Cut;
Bruise, Sores. Ulcer-, 8li Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hnd. Chilblain,
Corns and all t-kin Erupliacs. and posi
tively cures Piles, or ro py requird. It
in puiranteed to cive rrfict -atufaction
or money refunded. Price 23 cents per
box. For sale by Merlz & Hale.
KNIVES AND PISTOLS IN THEIR
HOGG AND CLARE FACTIONS SPLIT.
Two Separate and Distinct Conventions
Held in One Hall Jerry Simpson In
dorsed for Congress by the Demo
crats of the Seventh Kansas
District at the Dodge
Houston-. Tex., Aug. 17. The Dem
ocratic state convention to nominate a
' state ticket was called to order here
at 12 o'clock yesterday by W. W. Fin
ley, state committee chairman.
1 Judge Shepherd of Camp county
was nominated for temporary chair
' man by the Hogg men and Johnson
Lane oi Laiayetie uy tne naric men. a
call of the roll was ordered but an up
roar was immediately precipitated by
H. S. Mattock of Tarrant county,
leader of the Clark forces, who moved
for a viva voce vote. Thomas
Brown of Grayson, leader of
the Hof?? forces, made a point
was susiainco anu counties were
called for votes. The uproar was in-
tense, both sides shouting. Amid it
ji Mattock's aDneal from the decis
ion was ruled out
Hundreds of delegates were on their
feet, wildly gesticulating and endeav-
M.!r in cuiiirA mnntrntl inn tvliilo t Vi n
. - , , i , . ,
ina. onepnera was overwueimingiy
Just as the result was being an
nounced ex-Senator Mattock jumped
on a chair and declared that the mi
nority had been stifled and bulldozed.
The chair had, he said. vi
olated all parliamentary law and
custom, and he asked all those who
favored the election of Lane for tem
porary chairman to signify by saying
aye. The Clark delegates and the
spectators all chimed in and a mighty
shout went up from the 3,000 throats,
and Mattock declared Lane elected.
In an instant the Clark banner was
hoisted and then a mighty rush was
made for the platform to secure
a half of it The scene which
then ensued is indescribable.
Men in angry passion were surg
ing, pushing and pulling at the table
and chairs and all the time yelling and
cursing. Several fights were going on
in the audience, and pistols and dan
gerous looking knives were flourished.
At last a semblance of order was
worked out of chaos. As though by
mutual consent the murderous-looking
pistols and knives were put back in
pockets and each side took half the
platform and hall, Shepherd presiding
over the Hogg convention and Lane
the Clark legions. After both conven
ventions had appointed the usual
committees, they adjourned until this
Kamlnated for Congresa by the Seventh
Dlatrlct Kanaaa Democrat.
Dodge Citv, Kan., Aug. 17. At 1
o'clock yesterday the Democratic con
gressional committee of the Seventh
Kansas district met in the PhelLx club
rooms and proceeded to se
lect a temporary chairman for
the convention. Tho committee
meeting was presided over by
Chairman Richardson, while Will
Stokes of Barton county acted as sec
retary. The names of Lcdru Silvey of
Larncd and Charles Schafferof New
ton were presented from which to
elect a temporary chairman and
by the close vote of 16 to 14 Schaf
fer was declared the chairman. As
Schaffcr was an anti-Simpson candi
date this was counted as first blood
for the promoters of a straight Demo
cratic ticket. Will Stokes, a Simpson
man, was selected as secretary and the
committee then adjourned to meet in
convention at 3 p. m. in McCarty's
After the adjournment of the com
mittee the supporters of Simpson be
came boisterous, and threatened
to bolt the action of the com
mittee, asserting that the temporary
chairman selected would be partial
to the antis, and would thus fail
to do justice to the convention. When
Mr. Shaffer heard this he refused to
act as temporary chairman of the con
vention, whereupon Ledru Silvey was
placed in nomination by Fitch of
Wichita. lie was selected by a unani
The question of Simpson's indorse
ment was finally brought to a test by
the action of Delegate Richardson,
who introduced a resolution indorsing
jerry, which was adopted by a vote of
12 to 30.
Blaloa to Take the Stomp.
Bostox, Aug. 17. A dispatch from
Bar Harbor says authoritatively that
Mr. Blaine will speak in the coming
campaign in the state of Maine. He
does not feel strong enough to make a
regular stumping tour as in former
years, but he will make five minute
speeches at various points in the state.
Shot In a fjuarrel.
Lathbop, Ma, Aug. 17. George
Newby was shot and seriously
wounded here Monday night by Mat
Nicholson during a street quarrel. The
men were formerly partners in a
butcher shop and both say the quarrel
was over business matters, though it
Is said by some that there were other
the best is cheapest
Pure White Lead
is best; properly applied it will
not scale, chip, chalk, or rub
off; it firmly adheres to the
wood and forms a permanent
base for repaintinc. Paints
which peel or scale have to be
rpmnmH hw srranino or burn- !
ing- before satisfactory re- j
painting can be done. j
Be sure that you have only
strictly pure White Lead. The
following brands have a repu
tation estaunsiieu, nicy die
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If a rrtlor other than white is
WdlllCU, mil. wc i.cau mm iin.
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They are sold in small cans, one
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twenty-five pounds of strictly
pure White Lead the desired
In combination with strictly
pure White Lead these colors
make the best paint that it is
possible to put on a building.
If you are going to paint, it will pay you to
send to us for a book containing information
that may save you many a dollar; it will
only cost you a postal card to do so.
COLLIER LEAD AND OIL WORKS,
SOUTHERN WHITE LEAD WORKS,
ST. LOUIS LEAD AND OIL WORKS,
St. Louis, Mo.
Short In Their Accounts.
Rich Hill, Mo., Aug. 18. The county
clerk of this county has notified Oscar
Ruder and R. S. Cateon, ex-treasurers
of Kates county, to appear before the
county court at the adjourned term.
September S, and settle Sl,103.:0, tho
amount found due the county by the
investigation of their books and ac
counts by an expert.
French Tansy Wafers.
1 ht-.-e wafers are for the relief and
of pnir.iul angularities, and will re
move i.U obstructions. They are eure
and afe every time. Manufactured
by Enurson Drug Co., San Joee,
Cat., s.i'd by Aug, T. FHscbbub.
Children Cry for
Iron Hall Alioat Doomed.
lvnt i w i fw.t(B In.l A .. ,0 T . !
UI.I3, UJU., AUg. AO. lb 13
the general belief here that the Iron
Hall is a doomed organization. Fol
lowing the announcement of the as
signment of the Philadelphia
bank which holds $713,000
of the order's money. comes
an order of the court restraining the
banks of Indianapolis from paying out
a dollar of the Iron Hall deposits.
The order was made last Saturday
but was kept a secret until yesterday,
when a large number of drafts drawn
by the supreme cashier of the order
were allowed to go to protest by the
(Then Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When the had Children, she gave them Castoria.
BATHE. THE BABY WITH
SAVMAN'S VEGETABLE WONDER.
ed bv nature, bvlus
made direct from
the Boot of the
Soap Plant Posi
tively free from
tutu, caustic lye or
excelled for bath
Ine the delicate
and tender skin of
infants. Is coolinjr.
soothing and heal
ing. Matchless for
the Toller. Skin.
Scalp, Hair and Complexion. Oatlasta all other
soaps and produces a finer lather. Price 10c.: 3
bars 3c One bar by mail 15c; 3 bars 40c For
Bale by PrugirJata, Johbera and Dealer.
SAYMAN'S VEBETULE LIHIMEUT
Cares Cramp Colic. Cholera
Morbus. Neuraliria. Tooth.
Ear and Ilcadacho in from 1
to IS minutes time. One tea
spoonful added to 8 or. of sy
rup made from granulatca
tuirar or rock candy makes
the best Cough Medicine that
can be produced by skill and
science. Bold and warranted
by Druggists. Large bottle.
j tory of Dr. T. M. SAYMAX, Carthage, Mo.
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
, Notice is hereby gives, that by virtue i f
an ordrr of ire probate court of Pettis
county, MifMiurl, made on the 9th day of
Augusl, 1S92, thn undersigned public ad
tLtuistrator for raid county, has takn
charge of the estate of William Vinson,
out nvpareii at tne Labra
I All persons having claircs azmrsl said
1 es'ale are r quired lo exhibit tbeai to me
for allowance within one year after the
dale cf said letter, or they may b preclu
ded from anv bene&t of fucli e-tate, and if
Mich claims be r.ot exhibiiid within two
Tear from th date of lliia publication,
they sha'l be f rever barn-d.
This ltith dy of Augus', 1692.
John R rLrrros,
iS-234t. Public Administrator.
It. T. MILLER, M. D.
Fiijrsiclaa and Sargeon.
Dr. Miller 19 a regular graduate of
the St. Louis Medical College, one of
the oldest and best Medical Colleges
in the west. He gives special atten
tion to chronic cases in medicine aud
surgery. At one time during the war
be had charge of one of the largest
government hospitals in Central Mis
souri, in which there were several
hundred sick and wounded soldiers.
He is now engaged in manufacturing
a full line of regular remedies (not
patented nor copyrighted.) In connec
tion with his regular practice, his
medicines are intended to take the
place of the patent nostrums of the
OFFICE AND LABRATORY
At his Drug Store, 113 Ohio Street.
Office and Yards Cor. Second
and Moniteau Streets.
Duller-in aU kiml o Lumber, Sisa. Doors.
Mind?, MoulJlDci, Lath, Shingles, Plaster. Lime
and Crmcnt. Prompt attentim girea to esti
mites. 11 you are c Ins to build, let us make
you ciices. TELEPHONE NO. 11.
E. L. LOONEY,
DR JOSEPH PATT,
Treats diseased and crippled ani-
j mala of all classes in a prompt and
l scientific manner. Vegetable Com-
piunds.Salves, Liniments Colic Cures,
Eye Balm, Etc,, carefully compoun
ded. Have been in practice for
nineteen years nine years in the ser
vice of the bermau Government, and
for the past ten years a successful
practice in Sedalia.
Suffice at J. T. Witcher's etable.
West side of Market Square.
Telephone 159 - Sedalia, Mo.
JOSEPH PATT, V. S.,
Edit il. Loula.
IlltOWJi BROS. & SMITH,
Rooms 100 and 102, Exchange Building,
Union Stock Yard, Chicago
And Room 15, National Slock Yards,
St. Clair Co., Ills.
ST. PAUL and
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING 0AR3 !
FREE BECLIMSQ CUAIKCAE3I
THE BElTUNE FOR
THE BLACK HILLS,
AND ALL POINTS
NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
ONLT OKE CHANGE OF CARS
THROU H SLEEPING OARS
SEDALIA TO CHICAGO.
A. C. DAWKS,
Gtn'L Pass, and Ticket Agrnt,
2-16ly ST. LOUIS, MO.
.? I rw.. Academy.
Armirr.( Ul III. mm-
Ca.alr,. MCXlCOi MO.
Col. A. F. FLEET, Saacriateadeat.
Illinois Female College
I JACKSONVILuE, ILL.
l.t'on. RuilJinc. Term. LllrMT. Slaieil.
I and F.ne Art lwnartnimi" un.urrnssed. For
J ca'al'guf, ad dnu w. F. SIIOP.T President.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
STATE OF MISSOURI, l
Cocnty of Pettis, j
In the circuit court oi Pettis enunly, Oc
tober term, 1392, W. H. Paris plaiatif.
vs. T. A. Hulen, defendant.
Now at this day comes the plaialit:
herein by his attorney, and Bay
ing heretofore filed bis petition
and affidavit, alleging among other things,
that defendant T. A. Hulen is not a resi
dent of the state of Miisonri : Whereupon
it is ordered by the clerk in vacation that
said defendant be notified by publication
that plaintiff has commenced a suit strainst
him in this court by attachment, and the
sheriff has levied upon the following de
scribed real estate in the county of Pettis
and sttte oi .M;tsouri, as the property of
the delendant, to satisfy the note herein
sued upon, to-wit : An undivided oae-
third (1 3) interest of the one-neventeeau
(1-17) interest or one fifty-first (1-51) inter
est in twelve (12) acres, part of the south
hitf of lot one (1) of the northwest quarter
of section two (.); also eight (S) acres vest
part of the southwest quarter of the south
west quarter of section two (2), all in town
ship torty-five (45) of range twenty-one
(21); sIko lou one (1) and two (2) in block
three (3) in Hale and Gentry's Scconi ad
dition to the city of Sedalia, and unless
the said T. A. Hulen be and appear at this
court, at the ntxt term thereof, to be begun
and holden at the court house in the city
of Sedalia, in said coanty, on the first
Monday of October next, and on or before
the third day of said term, if the term shall
so long continue end if not, then on or
before the Isst day of said term answer or
plead to the petition in said canse, the
same will be takea as confessed, and judg
ment will be rendered accordingly.
And it is farther ordered that a copy
hereof be published according to law, ia
Ineeedalta weekly bazoo, a newspaper
printtd tnd published in Sedalia. Pettis
county, Missouri for four weeks success
ively, ne last insertion whereof shall be at
least thirty days before the commence meat
of the -aid October term of this court- A
true copy from the record.
T. A. rOWLER,
Attest : Circuit Clerk.
By E. R. Marvin, D. C
Whitsett & Hammer. Platntifl's Att'y.
Where.', A. Coleman and Georgiana
Coleman, his wife, by their certain deed
of trust, dated March 24, 1891, and daly
recorded in the recorder s office of Pettis
county, Missouri, in record 69, page 80, of
trust and mortgage records, conveyed to
the undersigned trustee, the following de
scribed real estate, situated in the county
of Pettis, state of Missouri, to-wit: Lot
twenty-four (24.) block five (o.) original
town of Sedalia, Mo., which said convey
ance was made in trust to secure the pay
ment of a negotiable promissory note ia
said deed fully described: and, whereas,
the said note has become cue, and delaalt
has been Bade in the payment of the same.
Now, therefore, at the request of the legal
Holder oi saiu note, and in pursuance oi
the terms of said deed of trust, public no
tice is hereby given that the undersigned
trustee will on
FRIDAY, THE NINTH DAY OF
Between the hours of ten o'clock in tae
forenoon and o o'clock in the afternoon of
that day, at the court bouse door, ia the
the citj of Sedalia, county of Penis, state
of Missouri, proceed to sell the above de
scribed property at public vendue to the
i . i . r t . J
nigaesi oiuaer tor casn, ia pay asia aota
remaining unpaid, and the cost aad ex
peaie of executing the trust.
u u. Taylor, trustee.
Whereas Msttie Stewart aad John H.
Stewart, her husband, by their certain
deed of trust datel January lZtu, JW1,
and duly recorded in the recorder's
office of Pettis county, Missouri, ia
record 69, page 71 of trust and mort
gage rt cords, conveyed to the undersigned
trustee the following described real estate,
situated in the county of Pettis, Missouri.
to-wit : A part of the following described
tract of land namely, beginning 13 poles,
13 links we,t of the quarter section corner
between sections 33 .and 34. ia town
ship 46, range 21, thence west to the laai
sold by Bus-ell & Cheney to Hermann
iriscb, thence norm to a stake, tneece
east to a point north of begianiaf,
thence south to the plsce of beginning
the Isnd hereby conveyed beginning 80
feet we t of the southeast corner of the
above described tract, thence west 40 feet,
thence north to the north line of said tract,
thence east 40 feet, thence south to the be
ginning except 30 feet of the north eid re
served tor street purposes, which said con
veyance was made i trust, to eecure the
pavment of a negotiable p-omnsory note
in ssid deed fully describe I : and whereas,
the eaid note has become due, and default
has been made in the payment of the saase.
New therefore, at the request of the legal
holder of said note, and in pursuance of
the terms of said deed of trust, public notice
is hereby given that the undersigned trus
tee will on
FRIDAY, THE 2nd DAY OF SEPTEM
between the hours of 10 o'clock ia the
forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of
that day. at the court house door, in the
city of Kedalia, county of Pettis, State of
Misaouri, prcceed to sell the above de
crib'd property at public vendue to the
bikhest bidder lor casn, to psy said note
remaining unpaid, and the cost aad ex
peases of executing the trust.
Chaklvs G. Taylor,
raeonly reil pure, vegetable blood pnriSe
known which rrats akla disrates, enema, tetter
-alt rheum. coiL king'a evil, rheumatism, coat
ibetsstf. necralgi, anc all diseases from impure
iloi!, oiten from scrofulous, tuberculous or pecifle
blnodu'nt, hereVitarv or aeqeired. No mioera
30 (allures, no relapses.
Sold by YV. E- Bard. M9ly
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