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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, MAY 80, 1893. FARM LOANS, ", in. or 10 vcars, with privilege of rcpavin:- PART OR ALL AT ANY TIME. I aU write Insur ance. W. H. RlTCHEY, 114 Ka-t Second St.. Sedalia. .Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO Sedalia, Mo.. TniAY. m.,y::o. 1M::. PURELY PERSONAL. Points of Interest About Peo pie You Know or Hear of. -E. V. AchiMin Nat the I.etiraude. J. W. Keeil, of Temple. Texas ' the Sicher. Mrs. Owen l!rown left vi-tenlav at to "Visit the World's fair. George Wright left yesterday for St. Xouis t.o sjiend Sunday. II. A. Klyman and S. A. Millen.of St. Xouis, are at the Sicher. O. L. Faulhaber, Esq., will arrive irom Germany this morning. ' Mis Lottie Gueles, of Parsons, Kan., is the guest of Mr. E. G. Felty. The irrepressible Jack Carter, of the Xaruontc llioml. wa in town ye-terday. Major Henry A. Peed, editor of the Sweet Sidings imiH. wa. in town yester day. Mrs. J. I. Gantt, of Clinton, was in Sedalia vesterdav on her war to Jefl'ersoii City. Isaac Wolf, Esq.. who lias lieen in 11 lieu 1 th for sometime. is letter and on the fctrttl. Walter SJiirk, of Tojieka arrived in the city yesterday to visit relative and IciiMid-. Kev. Alexander Alien, of the Calvary J-!piscopal church, was a passenger ea-t, yesterday. Kev. T..M. G.bb, pastor of the M. E. Cliurc-li, .oiitii, at Lexington, returned Lome yesterday. IIuv, G. "W. Hvde, an eminent I'aplist umiister, arrived trout Lexington vester- day afternoon. Mr- and Mrs. G. X. Hound returned yesterday from a pleasant and interesting trip to tlie .Worlds lair. Prof. A. II. Sa liter, one of lloonville's mort prominent bachelors and musicians. "Was in rxHialia yesterday. Kev. Dr. J. C. Hart-ell, of Cincinnati, is the sliest ol Kev. A. K. Lronce, pastor of the first M, b. Uiurcli. Mr. Joseph Hughes, who had liven visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kolaud Hughes at Parsons, returned home last evening. Mrs. Mont Games, after a delightful "Visit m Springfield, retunied home last evening. Her many friends welcome her back. "Tip" White who has !cen absent Jrom this citv for some time, returned last "week. His manv friends welcome him lack. Frank W. Eichelberger, Ej., a promi nent lawyer of .Southern Iowa, arrived in the city tiiis morning and i the guest of his hrother-in-law, 11. A. Pratt. Kev. U. II. Kriggs, of the Southern Methodist Church, preached at Dresden, Friday night, and passed through Sedalia, .yesterday, on his way to Jefferson City. Miss Allie Hardy, an attractive young lady from Lamonte, who had leen a guest of Misses Sailie and Stella Lyons, at ItfiM Lamine street, returned home yesterday morning. The .National Kailway Surgeons' con Tention of the United States will meet in Omaha May 31, continuing three days. Drs. E. F. Yancey and W. C Overstreet, of Sedalia. will attend it. M. V. Shook, who attends IJrown's Fchoolof telegraphy, went to Windsor Fri day evening, where it is altogether proba bly one of Windsor's fairest young ladies will great him with "hello! sweetheart." Hon. C. C. liell, wife and daughter, of 15oonville, were in Sedalia yestenlay, ru route to Oregon, Holt county from which place, after visiting a few days, they will goto Chicogo and sjieud a month at the World s lair. Hob Willett will spend the Miuinier with Frederick Wanle, at the latter's sum mer home, White Lake, Sullivan county, 2C. Y. Hob will also likely viit his Seda lia friends lieforc the oeliiiig of the next theatrical season. (). M. Krooks, manager if the Over vtreet Pharmacal company, has sent in his resignation, to take eflecfjuiie 1. He will enjoy a brief vacation, but has not yet de cided as to what his next step will lie. His Lost of friends will wish to see him remain in Sedalia, where he is mi highly esteemed. r-Kev. I)r. J. 15. Fuller, pastor of the Tirst Kaptist church, left ye-terday after noon for Lexington, where, to-day, he jmsiches the commencement sermon of the iapli.-t Female college. The eloquent gentleman will doubtless delight all who may have the good fortune to hear him on ! tins occasion. Prof. Charles Ellis was in Sedalia ves terday on his way to Ixiugwood. Last Fri tlay he closed a thn-e months school in the Thatcher district, near Green Kidge, where he gave so much satisfaction that his salary has liven increased and he has Iven engaged to teach an eight months term, beginning in September. This is a well merited honor. Mr. F. ISehnke and his accomplished wife have made preparations to leave to morrow for Chicago, where thee will take in all the sights at the World's fair. Thence they will go to Wyoming. Iowa, where they will participate "in a familv re union, an interesting incident of winch will be the meeting of Mr. liehnkeand his sister for the first time after a separation of twenty-one years. Tub Kazoo wishc-s these Sedalians a happy time and afe rc tnrn. Lane's Meoicine Moves the Bowel: Each Day. Jn order to be healthy this is neceaary. 1 WHEN HE KNOWS. When a man's in love lie Ioes not know The time of day, nnr rain from .-now, Xor enough to eat when an edge i set On Jiis appetite: hut yon ran let The price of roses he's bound to know, Ami of Iivcrv team-, both fat anil "low. Ihtrt'it tribune. When a man's in love he docs, not know Whether the winds Mow high or low, To eat or drink he wouhl not tir. I!ul buys icecream and "gum" for "her,' lint when the hill rome in yon Nt lie knows enough to kiek and sweat. SEDALIA BRIEFS. l'nif. Oivelhiss class in double entry liook-kceping u ill meet in the lempsev htiildiug at 8 o'eliM'k Monday night. Henry I'rowthcr, who has a line or chard on the southern limits of the citv. think hi fruit crop will W light, owin to the odd. wet weather. Capt. IHck Kaker had a great deal of slHirt on Flat I "reek vctcnlav. Uesides catching four line catfish, he killed a mad dog. The Captain got in a good day's work. The contractor is at work taking np and rehiring the tiling in the alley lie tween Second and Third streets, from Ohio to Limine. The ditch is now oeii and the red lights are shown on I-amine street. A carriage containing Mr. Thomas Sturgi and Mrs. W. Kanisey, iipse at the corner of Ohio and Second streets. The iip-et re-lilted from making the corner too rapidly and ahniptlv. Fortunately the occupants ccsaped uninjured -Hilly Owens," Mr. Frank McAllister's noted young trotter, that had his leg broken sometime ago, is so far recovered, through the treatment of Ir. Smith, as to bi able to return to the turf. He isexjiectcd to break the leconl this season. There will lie quite an interesting game of base hall at the Association park Decoration day. Manager Hull's youths will on that day proceed to wijie up the earth with Moberly's crack team. The game will lie called at 3:30 p. ni. Charlie Pierce, a St. Itiis liquor drummer, was m town yestenlay. I.ast jail he won SH21 on Cleveland and Stoic Yes terday he received a telegram while at Sichers', that he had got caught to the tune of some 1,700 in a little bucket shop deal in Chicago. The Co-lctt bnithers, James and Joseph, w ho were arraigned in the Jioltce court Saturday morning for disturbing the j-cace, on complaint of A. J. Allen, have swornouta warrant liefore Judge I-cvcn, lor the arrest ot Allen lor nuke int.iction of the Jaw. This is a sort of retaliatory measure. VICTORIOUS. Miss Shelton Wins the Excur sion To the World's Fair ' With Over 4000 Votes. Last iiiirbt vitne?scl tliu close of the teacliers contest winch lor some time has been running in the Bazoo fid which lia? caused much energetic work by the friomls of thore who rceojrnizcd the I.zoo'e oiler as an ex ceptional one. At firt, votes were sent in for man' teacher?, but at last the contest nar rowed down and it was- soon seen that the prize belonged to cither Mi Jackson or Hsi Shelton. The friends ot both these ladies were determined to win and several times it appeared that the contest would be diflictilt to determine to which the prize should be awarded. The friends of Miss Shelton, how ever, made a grand rally and 918 votes were cent in for her which put he so far bej-ond her competitors t"iat of course the prize will become hers. The figures uwlay areas follows : Miss Emma Shelton -M"l " " vt.... .mi-.-. Hallie IVt .8 1 Kettle Hopkins 11)10 Lida Kurres: 410 Hattie Gold- V.U Eliza Nichols 41 n it Iiirdie .ShaOer... VAH) Mattie Letts lii'l Mrs. J. K. Wilcox : Hi: " " Lilly l!erry 10? Mrs. Carrie Ibgbw 119 " " IJessie Willi.im.,. 'S,S " " Hattie Van Antwerp- As it will be seen, Miss Jackson rank second, Miss Io-t third and Miss Hoiikins fourth. All of these are lovely and accomplished ladies and the Bazoo only wishes that all could be able to go on its excursion. As it is Miss .Shelton has fairly won -11 ! ine nonor ol hcmg tlie most noimiar teacher and hence the excursion will be hers. She is a resident of Morgan county but formerly mught in this ; citv and was a great favorite here. Tin: Kazoo join with her many fricmls in congratulations. More Teachers Elected. The menilers of the Sedalia school board held a business meting yester day. Miss Sue Kernoodie was elected principal of Summit school. Miss Mamie Wilson, pupil teacher, and Misses Mattie Arey, Berta Spicer, Ethel McCluney and Daisy Btimgar ner, graduates of the high school this year, supernumeraries to fill vacancies ;is the- may occur. The Three Graces are represented with iierfi-clly develojKiI forms U-aiity and health combined. So decayiil-ttMiihitl man or woman can lie healthr, Ihcaiim! digestion must he imiKT fect. UM:.SOZOIK)NT,get healthy Ulh, g km! digestion and a sound body, "llevive the lliiee graces. TENTING IN A TORNADO Ringling Bros.' Mammoth Cir cus Pavilion Levelled To The Ground. People Panic-Stricken Excit ing Scenes and Incidents Not On the Program. Thewomcn last night forgot in their haste That to rai-e high their skirts is very xw taste. When in public, but law! The men were too scared to tell what they saw. Scores of Sedalians had experiences last night which most of them wi likely remember long after the World s fair has become only a fade tradition. J he mornintr opened cool au cloudy and tlie sunbeams broke but fitfully through the ttnpropitious sky 1 lie day was anything but prouusin for the Kiugliug Bros., whose great shows arrived early. Hundreds of visitors came to town however, and thousands of people wit nesscd the grand parade at ten o clock The afternoon exhibition was largely attended, but by the time the perfor mance had closed a drizzling ram set in. At seven o'clock in the even when the doors opened, the rain was coming down at a lively rate ami wa: beating through the seams of the splendid canya. However, aw or 400 people had passed in and were making the rounds ot the menagerie Far along the western horizon were dense masses ot dark and ominou clouds. J he experienced circus men on the outside looked uneasv, for their practiced eves seemed to sec something more than rain. A tornado was brewing. The spectators hoisted their uni brellas awl circled around the catre.- viewing the huge liipiMipotamus, the laughing hyena, the long-neckei giralie, the lions, the tigers, the par rots, the nionkevs, the sacred cow. the henls of elephants and drome daries. J lie red-coated hand m the mam moth circus and hippodrome pavilion struck up an liisiurinir air and about 200 persons had taken their seats while the min beat upon them ami the wind was growing stronger. Then the vivid lightning liegan to flash and play around the horizon, the wind still growing stronger and the jrrcat pavilion sway ed to and fro fearfully The baud men held to their seats and kept plavinir. out when the large poles encircling the hippodrome track began to lift and swing ami plunge, the people sitting on that side and those in the reserved seats on the east side commenced a mad stampede. Mr. Alfred Kingling appeared promptly on the scene and told the panic-strick-en crowd to run out the main entrance and westwanl. The musicians maintained their po sitions and kept playing, thci music mingling with the roarol thunder and sounds of the terrible tuniulL In the next instant one of the mas sive center poles snapped in two, the west wall of the huge canvas was lifted from its moorings and came down with a crash. Then the next moment, the whole pavilion, heaving like some mighty balloon, was lilted high in the air and collapsed, falling in a great shapeless mass. .Light were extinguished, the darkness was pitchy, the taiu was falling turiotislv The screams of men, women and chil dren, the crash of poles and seats and scenery, the thunder's roar and the keen flashing of the lightning made up a thrilling scene. A Bazoo representative and a young printer fiom the same office, had come down from their reserved seats and were standing conveniently near an opening in the canvas witli Mr. B. Quiscnberry, the stenogra pher, who was kindly sharing with them his umbrella, and watching the stampede. When the crisis came, the t'iree friends did not pause to say good bye, but made a frantic dash for the outside? Whatever became of Quiscnberrv remains a mystery. The last seen of him he was headed for Flat creek. Trent struck a Nancy Hank's gate, cleared, like a deer.a barb-wire fence, which stood in his way, and was found roaming around on the prairie in the ram, in a sadly dazed condition. Capt. T. 0. Holland and two other men were standing together, when they were knocked down by a plung ing pole and caught under the canvas. The Captain, who distinguished him self in Pickett'n charge at Gettys burg, says that he doesn't want another such experience as last night. He crawled almut halt way round the iippodromc track, through the mud, looking for an air hole or a place of escape, finally tic touml one. His companions got out Rifely, but one mourns the loss ot a new hat. Some of the ladies fared badly, and several nf them made records as sprint ers, unite a number lost their bats and other wearing apparel. All were fearfully frightened and some of them gave an arenic performance not down on the programme. Every available canvasman was set to work to save the big menagerie tent. It set southaud north and not being so large, and being more firmly secured, stood the stress of the storm. A part of the fleeing crowd took refuge there. The mixture of fright ened people, unruly animals, the waviiig of the tent and the tumult of the tornado was extremely thrilling. An ellort was made to get the herd of elephants out, but they stolidly refus ed to move. After a Inlf hour the fury of the gale subsided, but the rain fell in tor rents and the lightning and thunder grew more terrific. The people, drenched to the skin, made their way home as liest they could, or took refuge in neighboring houses along Park avenue and Thml street. The performers, who-e ward robes sufleretr sadly, reached their hotels late in the night. The group of little Japanese actors, when they got mlii Hotel Kaiser, were nearly drownot ami kept themselves busy helping each other to ring the water from their clothing. The fat woman, weighing 510 pounds, in the side show, got very wet. In fact, she was so thoroughly soaked as to he Wholly unmanageable, until a fire was built around her and she was dried out. She absorbed more ntin than half a dozen other peo ple put together. J he canvasinen had an ugly job frftftifur tlirk iriit tmit in Timlin tn lifl on the wagons. Hundreds of holes were torn in it by lioles, or cut in it y people seeking to escape. Xot until tour o clock this morning was the wreck cleared up, when the first section ol cars left for loouvillc. 1 he second section pulled out an hour later. A HOUSTONIAN'S DEATH. Frederick L. Longan Dies at His Home at Houstonia This Morning. Frederick L. Longan. an old and prominent resident of Houstonia, died arly this morning. His death was lue to paraly.-is. The funeral will take place at 2 p. in., Saturday, at the family burial grounds near Hous tonia. The deceased was born in Boonville nearly 71 years ago. He moved to Iettis county about lb;. He was a most successiul tanner ind stock raiser anil at the time of his death was the iHis-essor of -400 acres of fine lands near Houstonia For the past few years he has resided in Houstonia witli ins sons, who are imminent business men of that place. iJeiiiles an aged wile, -Mr. -Longan eaves four sons to mourn his death The sons are: W. F., cashier Hons tonia bank ; II. A., druggist and lostmnster: D. E. and J. C, drv- goo 's merchants and grain ami stock lealers. He was nu uncle ot Hon. George F. Longan of this citv. Mr. Longan was a man held in very high esteem by his acquaintances, who arc legion both in Pettis and Cooper counties and it will be with a pang of deep sorrow that they will learn ot his demise. FIRST EXAMINATION Of Applicants in Sedalia Under the Civil Service Rules. There was held in Sedalia, vester- lav, the first examination of appli cants lor post-ofiicc positions under the new civil service rules. There were fifteen of these appli cants, but only eleven put in an ap- caraiicc at the appointed hour. 1 he examination was held at the roverntiieiit building in which the po-t-oflice is located. Ine board of examiners was com- osed of W. H. Harris, of the mailing lepartmcnt; C. W.Tunihani, carrier, and "W. II. Nichols, of the registered clter department. bix scaled blanks, each having sepcrate set of miestions, tad been forwanled to the board, and were not opened until the examina tion was begun, at 9:o0 o'clock, a. m. 1 lie applicants were questioned, one by one, on orthography, copying pen manship, arithmetic, local delivering and reading addresses. There were fifty of these addresses, representing names and localities in many parts of the United States ami other parte of the world. Some of these were puzzlers, Moute Video, Uruguay, lieing one of them. One well known Sedalian "fell down" on lis addtess. The examination was a written one. There was one colored applicant Coughing Leads to Consumption. Kemp's Balsam stops the cough at once "BLACK BART." Still at Large and Probably- En joying Himself At the World's Fair. The lone robber who held up and robbed the Pacific Express car, near Pacific, Mo on last Wednesday night, is still at large and but very little chance of his ever being captured, unless some one to wnoni ne lias un folded the robbery should give him away. There was but one man involv ed in the robbery. This is now settled lieyond a doubt, as the engineer, fire man, expressman and baggageman all say that only one man was visible. All throughout yesterday and up to a late hour last night, hundreds of clews have found their way to police head quarters. Some give descriptions of mysterious men on horseback who were seen in some cases many hundred miles away lrom the scene of the rob bery, while others espied two mysteri ous men talking to each other at a depot near Omaha. As these clews are of not much importance to the police they lay them aside. The ground where the robbery oc curred was again visited yesterday by Detectives Allender and Smith, and carefully gone over in hopes that the "Black Bart" of the East, as he is now called, should accidently have left some clew behind him. Nothing that would furnish a clew,, however, was discovered, and at a late hour last night the detectives returned to the city with no information at all. The robber was evidently a professional and no larmer, as it is supposed tor He lias not lelt a trace ot any kind be hind, and has disappeared as if the ground had swallowed mm. Detec tives Allender and Smith are working in the dark, they not having any material to go on. J.a.-t evening the express messenger Samuel Hammel, ami At cuumoiis, the baggageman, called at police head quarters and again i elated their ex perience of the robliery. It was taken down in writing, and was the same that has already been published in the G'fo'v-Ihmocnil. The amount taken by the robber, so say the express peo ple, will not reach over $1200. This, however, is not believed by the know ing ones, and it is the opinion that the amount secured wa.- in the neigh borhood of SoO.OOO, for the reason that if the thief had not secured a number of packages containing cur rencv from the safe he never would have dumped over SoOO of the $1000 ag ot silver into a corn field three blocks from the robbery. Intormation was given that on the lav letore the .robbery a voting man, who now answers the description of the robber, went into the powder store of Latlin & Hand, Second and Pine streets, and wanted to purchase some dvuamitc,claimiug that he want ed to iise it to kill fish. When the young man was informed by the clerk that there was a law against such do- itigs, he appeared very cool, anil said he knew that, but where he proposed to kill the fish he knew it would lie all right, as he was acquainted with the country and many persons in the vi cinity. The clerk informed the police that the man acted strangely, though very cool. Similar inforiration came from other powder dealers in the city, and when the detectives got through with the investigation, they concluded that the purchasing ot dynamite by young is U'cll us old people was a daily oc currence, and that the one who wanted to purchase the dynamite at the Lathi it Kami store was not the robber. The onlv reward ollered for the robbers capture so far has lieen S300 mil this was ollered by the governor. The express officers have not as yet ollered any reward. GMic-Denwcrnt. MISSOL'IlI PACIFIC IMn:OVE3IKNTsS. The Mis-onri Pacific proposes to in-,tl' . . 1 .. create and improve its tacilities lor' andling World s Fair traffic. In the i first ill ace, the time between St. Louis ml lexas -mints will he shortened from three to five hours. To-night a new chair service to Galveston and a new sleeping car service is to be put on train .)5, which leaves the union depot in St. Louis at 8:o0 o'clock. Other changes in the line of improve ment are in contemplation and Gen eral Manager Doddridge pmposes that all shall be done that can lie done to make the Missouri Pacific's service the best attainable by the traveling, pub lic. ' 31., K. A- T. CHAXOES. John W. Allen, general freight agent of the M., K. & T., with head quarters at Sedalia, has been appoint ed general freight agent for the Texas lines of the same system, vice John A. Smith. The Missouri division will le looked after by General Freight Agent Haile, whose headquarters are in St, Louis. Denison is the dividing point of the two divisions. The appoint ment goes into effect on Monday. Mr. Allen, who has been a resident ot Sedalia for some time will he much missed here, while at the same time I his many friends will wish him success in his new position. C, 31. A- ST. 1 CUTTINC JLKPKNSES. Siorx City, May 27. The Chi cago", Milwaukee and St. Paul road has discharged 12") men on the Sioux City and Manila division and 400 Italians working on ballast work on its South Dakota lines. Superinten dent Beardsley says that men are being discharged on all the lines for the purpose of reducing expenses and mat an improvement work is being stopped. to crirr.Mi. Kxriaf.-i-s. Dkx.visOx, Tex , May 27. An or der ha? been received "at the head quarters of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas railway, directing that all work at the machine shops and other depart ments be shut off two days in each mouth to curtail expenses. SriKESJ. Vice-President and General Man ager Purdy, of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas, left last evening for Chi eago. Until the Burlington's bridge across the Missouri river at Bellefon-( taine, sixteen miles north of St. Louis, is completed and ready for operation the through business of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas will be handled via Hannibal and local trains will run over the Missouri, Kansas and eastern line lietween Sl Charles and Frank lin. St. JjnuU Globe-Democrat, POLICECOURT. Doings In the Municipal Justice Shop Yesterday. The neighborhood adjacent toTwen- ty-sixth and Harrison streets has lieeu in turmoil for some time past on ac count of wrangling ueighbors. Yes tenlay, A. J. Allen had a warrant is sued for James and Joseph Coslett, brothers. The Coslett brothers are charged by Mr. Allen with using pro fane, obscene and threatening language toward him circus day. The Cosletts were arraigned in jwlice court this morning and the hearing of the case was postponed until Monday in order to give the defense time to se cure witnesses, if have the stories told are founded upon facts the Cost lett family is anything but pleasant neighlmrs. John Henry Summers was up again in the police court Satur day moniing. lie had been drunk and was cooled off in the "hock." John Henry did not appreciate hi berth. The recorder is trying to de vise ways and means to get rid of this; old nuisance, but has not yet dis covered a plan by which it can be ac- complished. Summers' mother took him home and promised to have the colonel in jhilicc court Monday morning. Joe Swope, of Lamonte, brought his girl to the circus Thursday and fell into the hands of the police. He was labeled "druiik,'nn(I was given a hearing this morning. Swope maintained that he was? not even approaching intoxication, but the recorder thought differently and fined him five dollars. Swope took an appeal. Two ''soiled doves" were fined 12.fi0 each Saturday. They were trn'nn tint 1 1 AfiMiiln in irot tlirw wh-.ewith to keen out of limho. Trustee's Sale. Vi..:::r s.M. O. llreui and Mar- fireen. li! wife, lr their certain dcttl "of trust dati-d the first day of Aus-nM, 1M1, and n.-innU-.l in tlie rwonltr's oifiiv of IVttis count-. Missouri, in Trust Ivd and Mort main lucord ImkiIc SO, on iwe -.M, con voyed to tl.e undersigned James C. Thomp son, as trilstif, ail their right, title, inter est and estate in and to the following de scribed real estate situated in the county of l'etti-i, State of Missouri, viz.: The west half of the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter and tlie imrtlr.vcst. quarter of the northeast quartei o! -n t'oii township -I-!, ranje "id, am' l; -m-rtii-east .(Oaiter of the southeast -jin. ;er of section 21, town-hip -15, ranf-e 2, and tin north l.nlf of section S, township 44, range 20. and "lie handled acres olf of the west side of the northeast quartcrandthesouth- east ii'urte r an( all ol lots one ami two ot tii!t quarter e.-copi .one hundred I ?ir4 i ttin nf tfc ws,t side til section o. .. , ..a which said" convevamx- was made in trust to eettre the payment ot a certain principal promisor- note and interest coUNius thereto attached, all of which art fully descrilied in said deed, and Wllta'CAS, Said deed anion'; other things provides that in the event default is msde in the payment of the note r any part of it or the interest thereon or any part of it or the taxes, as the same lieeoiue due ami payable then said principal note shall im mediately liecome due and payable; and, WllEHEAS, Default has lieeu made in the payment of the interest due tin said noti au'd the same is now due and unpaid and the taxes are now due and unpaid, by reason of which said principal note has lie come due and payable according to the tenor and effect of said deed. Now, therefore, in accordance with the provisions of said deed of trust and at the request of the legal holder of said note I shall proceed to sell the above described real estate at the west front door of the' courthouse in the City of Sedalia, in the county of IVttis, state aforesaid to the highest bidder fur cash at public auction on FIJI DAY, THE 30TH DAY OF JUNE, A. D. 1893, lietween the hours of l o'clock in the fore noon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of that dav to satisfy said note together with the cost and expenses of executing this trnst. James "J. inoMrsox , -.trustee. J. T. Montgomery, Attorney. 5-30wot !