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TJE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1898.
SHORT STORY i
OF THE DAY. I
From an Exchange.
Thornton believed in Ills luci:. "Wliy
Bhould not a man bank ur-on be Ins lu'ky i
as upon being unlucky?" ho said. "Per
haps it is only a matter of tcmiwramcnt
and tho way ou look at tntoK-s."
He Has cn-ployed by a mercantile house
at $K u. week. Ths desire of his h J.rt
was to make a journey to Kuropo for four)
or lie months at an espene of, sav , $l.l"0. i
Xow, at 112 a week, supi)osln(r be saved I
al! his wage?, it would take two ears to j
italize that turn. If he saved half it wou.d
ti.ke four. He decided to tempt fortune.
perhaps violatlnc the law in so doing the
law of men which An'-ijrone, in tho old
play, though a differcr. law. violated.
He learr-ed that M-intic-al had a number
of rrift pntr-rnri-p r. litre lottfrv tVTKJ. YOU
teio oltertd a iirl.se of a picture worth. It j
irlKht be. Rsi. U you were lortunate, and ,
did not caro for the article. ou could dls
rose of tte p' ture insloe and untien. for
SO per cent o', cash, Trornton blew in a
dolur ever week in this way. and lwlng
lar moro J-icky than you or 1 would lie,
had, as t' c result of a number of prizes,
the sum of Wi in a little oer a jcar.
ie put !t) he had saved with it and took I
Modi e him soon after his return, I im- j
mediat Jy requested to be informed of the
refcult of hi peregrinations.
"G.i jiblo any?" 1 asked, knowing his I
predi ection. "Have arv luck?"
-I had one aelventuie." he replied, and.
ta k ns me Into a quiet place where e
c ol Id fnlk lift tulrl irtft thlii slnn"
4 L was in Venice, sitting on a round,
ra.her unstable Mono at an angle of a
-e nal, smoking an American cigar to coa
Jt.al the spoilt. close smell of tho coniiK-
oub waterways, when a man anj where
.rom less than 2J to 3ft. decently well
dressed, and cirri ing himself with the pe
culiar, jaunty air of an Italian of the mid
dle clais, approached me, and removing his
hat politely, said in sufficiently good
" 'Mr. Thornton?'
" 'The same,' was my reply.
" 'Could I ask jou, as a faor, the price
of a ticket to Intcrlaken?'
"'Why do jou wish to go to Inter
laken?" " "To see my sick brother.'
" 'What is ho tick of?'
" 'He is, tick. O, most jjrievously ill, at
r.ot having seen me lor so long months:
He ii desolate w hat jou say all ripped
epen with grief.'
" 'What is the damage the cost of mak
ing this transit?'
" I can do it on 15 francs, perhaps a
little lets by economy. Three dollars is
not much for milord Americano.'
"Well I said, 'if jou will tell mo hor.-i
estly why jou fctruck me for this lift I'
will let you have it. It's merely a matter
of curiosity. I was not aware that I I
Phoned so plainly hoT I can be separated I
from the crowd and touched for a loan.' I
" 'I will tell you. It is easy for me. O, so
eaty: but not for everyone. Some people
are born luckj- just as others are lwrn
humpbacked or dull. You are born lucky. If
jou should buy a lottery ticket, now, j'ou
would win. See that .stone? Another man
pitting where you ar3 would hae fallen
into the canal, it is n treacherous seat.
There have men, two ro. three thin week
who have slipped off. Not drowned, but
got test and foul uft' quite worse
" 'That is Interesting.'
" 'Then you are an American. Americans
like to show off. to appear Benerous, to
throw down money and say. "no change."
How I know jou American? Quite plain,
everj way, dress, hair, complexion, hat.
You've pot your hat on wrong tide front.
No Englishman's hat will fit that way."
"I took oft my hat. looked at it, saw that
the bow was on the right, that is the
w rong, side, put it on the same w aj-, and
" 'I wear It that waj' for luck. Here's
your money. If jou should decide to post
pone jour journey for a week, I would like
you to call on me. Here is my address.
It maj- be jour brother will forgive the de
lay.' "My acquaintance smiled, bowed, waved
his hat, and withdrew.
"I had been struck with a word he ut
tered lotterj". In Italy the lotterj' is a
prop of the government. It is the refuge
of every decrepit and decaying state the
world over. But somebody wins. I was
ashamed to appear openly In this business,
but if I could emploj- my chance acquaint
ance as a negotiator, a go-between, I was
not unwilling to risk a few dollars on for
tune. My traveling expenses had been less
than I expected. I could afford a little
excitement. I shouldn't feel as if I had
got the full worth of my Journeying if I
did not see the elephant In his native
"My friend of the causewaj- turned up
promptly the next daj
" "To i-erve a gentleman, an American. I
would sacrifice even more than the pleas
ure of seeing my elck brother. I would
even sacrifice myself, raj happiness, my
'I told him what I desired, and asked
his assistance. He would know the proper
place to apply for tickets and all the ropes
of the game. He listened eagerlj- to my
contidences, and said at once that devotion
to my interests was the absorbing passion
of his soul.
' 'Now for the numbers. Has the scnor
a lady friend, a dear lady friend, w hose age
he knows, the month, daj- of her birth, is
"I thought of one ageO 22, whose birth
daj' would occur the 23th of tho present
month. I mentioned these.
" 'And to-d.iy it is the 20th. AVe will buy
the ticket with tho numbers twenty-two.
twentj--:ive, twenty. We will be fcuro to
"I expressed no assurance, but told him
to follow his Judgment, and with the monej-
ne went lorm to lame or lortune or tne
rcverbc. The drawings took place wceklj-, on
Baturdaj-. On Sunday he presented hlm
elf and handed mo a roll of bills, SW francs.
"I was astounded.
" 'That is good I said, and I divided tho
package, offering him half.
"To my surprise lie refused to take anv.
We will wait: we will trj again. We
will do better next time. Wo will plunge,
we will hedge, and make a scoop. Xow
what hive jou dreamed? Of what color?
Something not natural '
" -I dreamed last night I was in a snow
storm on a mountain
"Yes; violet, indigo, blue, green, jellow,
orange, red, black, white. Snow Is white.
We will take nine for one. Seen anything
" 'The white flag of Austria In the morn
ing sun on a -vessel In the harbor
'All illablo' Soh!' Hh face contracted
in an expression of mO"t terrible rage.
Then it cleared. 'No matter; while agair,
nine. And later?'
" 'There: Yonder fiahed a light from the
w cavil a sentrj- is c-irrjlnc."
" WhIt ainiln. Nine, nine. nine. Wc
will use It, Do not be surprised If jou do
not see me for a week. 1 will bring jou
what j'ou win'
' You are confident.
I know the lucky star. Oh, were I as
j-ou llut. alas!'
"Ho tore hinielf nway and I i-aw him
no more as the week wont b-. In fact, I
never saw him again. The next Sundav a
commissionaire brought mo a iack:ict! Jinil
a letter. The package contained a thou
sand francs. Uie letter contained thej
words In Italian.
"'Adieu. I am rich. I have won a for
tune with jour luck- numbers. I give oii
10 per cnt of w hat was won '
"Tho name signed was unknown to mo at
Vow, papa, saj- "when. "
'ily dear, there are times, when iileucc
Mli "r' ' ' ' ... i.-. :
WANTED MALES HELP.
"WANTED Salesmen in every town In
Missouri and Kansas to handle an entire
ly new article sold on easy pajment plan
at $10 and $13, easy sellers; good pay:
beats looks or insurance, investigate and
learn of a good and permanrnt thing. Ad
dress MAGINN & IIAOAW, 31S 53th ft.,
WANTED 7 laborers and teamsters,
J1.S0, for different points, ship daily; cook,
countrv town restaurant, SCO: patry cook,
citj. fW; news agents, farm ana dairy
hands dishwashers, etc. IlKEGA'S KM
I'l.OYMENT AGENCY. 72S Main St., cor.
ton. Tel. 1C54.
SALESMAN WANTED Cash paid week
ly. I'ull line of fruits and ornamentals.
Some new kinds other lirms do not furnish.
EAWHEXCE XfP.SEItY COMPANY.
Opera Houe block, I-iwrence. Has.
We hive a good living position for an
energetic man; must be able to read and
write and giic references. Call '.'17 Broad-waj-.
MEN to learn barberlrade: have contract
ed to plieo O graduates with hospitals;
right weeks completes: special inducements
for applicants from country: catalogue trio.
MOLEIfS BAKBER COIO.EGE, St. Louis.
PLEASANT home work for men or wom
en, dav or fiening: $6 to ?1" weeklj, no
canasing or experience needed: plain In
structions and work mailed on application.
BRAZILIAN MFG. I U isew iqfk c-n.
WANTED Competent teacher In busi
ness college for stenography and book
keeping, who can inet a mall amount of
cash, for a short time. Address Teacher,
L "3, Journal office.
WANTED 30 more j-oung men to learn
telegraph, good situations when qualitied.
For particulars address J. D. Brown, Mgr.,
WANTED Clerk, solicitors, men for
railroad work, tie makers. 9 W. jth St.,
MEN wanted V& miles northeast of Shef
field, on Santa Fe riprap work.
R. VAN SANT. Contractor.
WANTED-3 waitress s for Moberlv. Mo..
$13. competent cook, family of 2. $3.fi, 3
chamberm-ilds, kitchen and pantry girls. 30
girls for choice families; highest wages;
new places everv dav. MRS. BREGA,
BREGA'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
Tel. 1334. 72S Main st.
WANTED 23 girls for housework In pn
ato family; German. Swtde. Flemish and
French. Brlght's Agency. Independence
ae. and McGee st.
WANTED A girl for general housework;
must come well recommended.
MRS. J. V. MOFFETT. 1031 Tracy ave.
"WANTED Girl; German or Swede pre
ferred; one who can cook: no washing or
Ironing. Call at 1"09 Harrison st.
SITI7ATIOV "WANTUD 1IAI.U.
A NO. 1 Chinese cook wants situation in
private famil-; lias good references.
Tel. 31S3 BRIGHTS AGENCY.
Independence and McGee.
WANTED Work bv a good colored man;
Is willing to do anything but cooking. Call
or address 1714 Holmes. Good reference.
WANTED Work of any kind for 2't
hours of afternoons. Address A. Rhodes,
SITUATION WANTED FE3IALE.
WANTED Situation by a good German
girl as help with housework and cooking.
Inquire at 1923 Grand ave.
FIRST-CLASS lady stenographer desires
responsible position. Address Stenog., P.
O. box 23G. citj".
WANTED Agents, at once; nono but
hustlers need apply: references required.
Call 314 Nebraska ave.. Kansas City. Kas.
BREGA'S Employment Agencj-, largest
in citj-; all kinds reliable male and female
help furnished; men, women and girls
wanted; all kinds work. 72S Main. Tel. 1334.
BRIGHTS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
First-class male and female help furnished
at short notice. Independence and McGee.
CANADIAN Emplojment Office, oldest
and best in citj for reliable male and lemale
help or situations. 104W E. 12th. Tel. U79.
WANTED TO PURCHASE.
WANTED To purchase a good Repub
lican or independent country weeklj- new b
paper In Kansas, Oklahoma or Northwest
ern Missouri: must be In countj- seat. Ad
dress A 732. Journal office.
WANT to buj- second-hand slot machines;
can use any kind and will paj- a fair price
for them. Lock Box 401. Brookfield, Mo.
WANTED Paper cutter; small size. Ad
dress P., M0 W. 5th ac, Denver, Col.
1.CS0 CHAIRS for sale at 40c on the dollar;
see ad under For Sale Miscellaneous.
CASH paid for old feather beds, pillows,
etc Tel. 29S4. 1220 Walnut st.
LOST A package of notes, valuable onlv
to owner: er liberal reward will be Paid
for their return and r.o questions asked. I
communicate with otes J). Journal.
LOST Lady's gold hunting c-ise watch'
and long chain; initiils on case, "G. E. H."
Return to Journal office for reward.
LOST About 4 weeks ago, a white Scotch
terrier. Return to 407'4 Olive and receive
FOR SALE Columbia chalnless bicvcle.
never used; will sell at very reasont.bIo
price. Address F 110. Journal office.
FOR SALE Bicycle, two new tires and
in gcod repair; $10 00. Address T 450 Jour
rOR ALL THE REPAIRS vou need for
jour stoves, call on
S. A. METZNER.
Telephone 1214. 301 West Gth st.
R. W. WOOD & CO.. dealers in all kinds
of hard, soft and semi-Anthracite coals.
Office 310 Altman bldg. Telephone 2SC3.
the time, but now it Luchcui has a world
wide notorietv as that of the person who
assassinated the Austrian empress."
"WcU!" I said, somewhat startled by this
j conclusion. .
' "The question seems to be. where did my
luck come In in winning so much money
or in escaping so well from the contaminat
ing influence of mv associate? Thorp i
' something for jou to ponder on."
Is Boldca. This is one of them."
TS 11CNT HOUSES.
TO RENTa-By JOSEPH PLUME,
i Rental Agent Since 1CS0:
409 Poplar f.e.. 0 room house Sio tl
ii:i aDasgae, . room nricK is im
Ml Hlghlant aw .. S room briik 21 tl
l"l E. lOtltl
CT 11 rooms and bath, modern
Join Harrison st.
BEN S. STKOTHER.
201 Hall bldg.
RS for sale at 40c on the dollar.
ror Sale Miscellaneous.
M7 E. 14I ST. S room modern brick for
TO ItENT ROOMS.
TO PiEIl- Two nice, connecting front
rooms, 4tI!oo: ; ilevator ser ice, water and
heat, in Jjnker building; cheap rent. In
quire, W. A. BUNKER
Room, 5, Bunker blag.
IIOTE CUNNINGHAM, 1200 Broadway.
Elegantew 1 furnished rooms, table first
class, transients $1.50 to $2 00. Special
rates a permanent parties.
TO Ijj:Nr In Bunker building. 1th and
Wall, f -wry desirable office rooms, with
I us oLiiarge sale, .vpiuy ruuiu a iwi. iu.
T J ... . ,.
i uh Jtl. J iwo mrnisncu ruums iur
light lousekecplng, on ground tloor. 017 In
d pcudeiue ai-.
TO RENT Modern fiats, i. 3. 4 and G
rooms: reasonable to desirable tenants.
TOR RENT 519 Ea't 5th street, neatly
furni!v d rooms for liht housekeeping.
1,(ku ( HAlRh ioi salt at 4')( on the dollai;
nee ad nndtt For Sale Miscellaneous.
TO RENT At 1223 Grni'd ae., 1 fur
nished room, for $1.23 p-r week.
' 1114 IT.NN Front room; furnished; an all
modern house, pnvatn famllj.
TO RUNT MlSCULkAMSOUS.
FOR RENT The 4-stoiy and bisement
j building, :l Delaware St., an be rented
I for $43 per month. Fee F. D. Cralibs, pics
I ldent, UNION BANK NOTE CO..
(W) Delaware st.
! TO RENT Space with heat and power
i for manufacturing purposes, in Flint Ad-
ertismg o. nuiuiing, iii-js ainui si.;
terms reasonable. Aiply at office.
DESIC room to lent, including uw of tel- j
ephone and desk, if neeessarj-. 410 New
ROOMS AMI HOVItl).
Ml CHARLOTTE ST., first-class board
and room, .strictlj- modern; refciences ex
changed. nclESS OPPORTUNITIES.
WE hae secured a tract of land at $110
per acre, rijie for subdivision. Tills land is
on the line of an electric railroad. We are
forming a syndicate to handle It. Sub
scriptions will he received for sums of MOO
ard upward, the profits will be lirge and
no safer imestaient can be made.
,1LLARD E. WINNER.
709 Main st.. Kansas Citj. Mo.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Establishe J
pajing rc-a) estate business, including an
elegant residence, 100 miles from K. C;
great opportunltj- for live man; owner will
retain an ltperest and devote a part of his
time to thol work, if desired. Call or ad
dress P.USIKESS. 301 New York Life bldg.,
Kansas Citfi Mo.
"A ANTEB-4-Rchable man In established
otiice businj-s; halt inteiest to one -.ith
$-l"J cash; eance to learn good legitimate
business; will guarantee $20 weeklj-. Ad
dress L 119.' Journal oflicc.
FOR SALS' Rooming house; twentj eie-gantlj-
furnished rooms, all occupied, cheap
rent, well fccated, easy terms. Address
Lt jiu, aounssi oince.
- . .
TOR SAT4" A good hardware stock and
business; good location, good business, and
good rcaseb for selling. Address T 637,
Journal otiice. ,
FOR 4 ALE MISCELLANEOUS.
We hae just received a consignment of
l.CM chairs to be sold at once, which we
will have on sample at 111C Walnut t. this
week. We have chairs in this lot tint
h'H regularly at from $1.23 to $7 30 each.
Wo will sell them at from COc to $3.00 each.
This is a mixed lot, ana Includes almost
any kind of a chair you will want. There
are over CO different kinds and stjles. and I
they will be sold at just 40c on the dollar
until they are all sold. You can bin- one
or a dozen. The lot is composed of dining
(hairs, rockers, fancy chairs, revolving of
fice and arm chairs, tpewrlter chairs,
children's high chair", and others. Call and
see them, whether jou wish to buv or not.
If jou are out of the citv we will mail
j-ou cuts, description and prices. Remem
ber, this week onlv at lllfl WALNUT ST.
WESTERN PURCHASING BUREAU.
Office 4 E. 10th st Tel. 2fi0.
FOR SALE A very- fin" new upright pi
ano. This new piano was taken for a debt:
will sell it for a very reasonable price,
either all cash or on time: can furnish it
In any finl-h cae desired: it will be shipped
direct from manufacturers. Address A 49,
FISCHER upright, small size in perfect
condition. $113. $10 cash. $! monthly. J. W.
JENKINS' SONS MUSIC CO., 921-:23 Main.
Mention The Journal.
POOL and billiard tables, new and sec-end-hand;
special bargains in second-hind
tables; also a full line of supplie' at lowest
prices. K. C. Bl'liard Mfg. Co.. 1223-27 Main.
EVERY dav Is Special Sale dav at C. E.
Russell, the Jeweler's. No. 102S Main st.
MUST SELL. OUR PRICES ARE
1 eleven-stop organ, oak frame as good as
new. cost $113, our price $30. will give time
on It; $C3 bookcase and desk, $1S: 2 new 10
foot solid oak extension tables, t, large six
inch legs. $11 each, made to sell for $is,
ihev are beautiful and cheap- 1 $Jo couch,
sample and new, our price $14; -olid oik
wardrobe and a dandj-, only $s. wuith $13;
10 nice extra dri"crs, cheap. $1 up to $10.
100 new- iron beds at one-half price w hat
Main st. stores charge for them. Seeing is
buj-ing. If jou will take time to look our
large stock over before bujing. we know
vou will buj' of us. Old goods or stoves
taken in exchange for anj of above. 100
heaters and cooks on sale cheap, new and
F. S. WING MERCANTILE CO.
130S and 1310 Grand ave.
YOU can purchase furniture, carpets,
stoves, etc.. on jour own terms ECON
OMY FURNITURE AND CARPET CO.
Sth and Main fits
l.iN) CHAIRS for sale at 40c on the dollar,
see ad under For Sale Miscellaneous.
AVANTED For cash, second-hand house
hold goods. 900 W'j-andotte St.
JEWEL bateburner for sale. Call. 2M)l
T A "VfrT TUT TI IV A rTT r....,m, fn-
tune teller, reveals past, present and fu
ture, lost trtasures found. ladles, SO cent-,
gentlemen. $1.00. 1013 East 12th st. Offlcj
hours from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. dailv.
MRS. L. JAMES, well known ciiirvojant
and trame medium; consult her on all af
fairs of life Office 20 No VJ M lin st.
ItEDIIEFFEU CO., nit MAIN' ST.
RIA'ER'SIDE stoves and ranges. Acorn
baseburners. shelf hardware, mechinics'
tools, granite, tin and copper ware, tin
roofing, guttering, range and furnace work,
hotel, kitchen ware.
nniNTOx rmip An si pply co.
pun-ps put in and repaired. Agent for
Perfection Elevator Purifjing pumps. Cis
terns cleaned and ceraenU'd
AVE are closing out our entire line of
Musical Merchaudisn nnd shoet music?
everything In stock will be sold at lowest
possible price for cash.
J. 11. BELL. 1113 Grand ave.
FOR SALE Sewing machines, all kinds,
cheap. C. II. Anderson. 1421 Grand ave.
TINE TREE LINIMENT.
CURES Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Headache,
Toothache, Sore Throat, Sold by druggists.
WE offer for sale about JlCo.OCO in notes.
These notes are secured on Kansas City
piopert-. Many of them are overdue or
the interest has been defaulted. We can
sell them at 10 to 20 cents on the dollar.
The purchase of the notes would enable jou
lo secure the lots at about one-tenth of tho
WINNER REAL ESTATE COMPANY.
709 Main st., Kansas City. Mo.
MONEY to loan on lmpro-d inside prop
erty in large and small amounts at lowett
rates. No delay.
THE ALLEN INVESTMENT CO.
Sth and Wyandotte sts.
MONEV to loan on furniture. We buy
first mortgage paper; .", (. per ent money
to loan on cit properly.
D. C. EDWARDS & CO..
3 5 N. Y. Life bldg:
LOANS promptly madt on Kansas City
real estate at lowest market ratis. in large
or sm-il! sums. C. J. HUBBARD.
Tel. 3". Boston bldg.
MONEY LOANED Salaried people hold
ing perrranent positions with responsible
foncrns. upon their own rames without
security. Tolmon. MC0 N. Y. Life bldg.
TO LOAN Money in large or small sums
at lowest current rates.
SOUTHWESTERN LOAN & LAND CO..
MONEY to loan on city or farm property
at lowest rates; priUlego to pay all or any
part at any time. S. p. Allen, 3 Keith A:
Perrj bldg. Telephone 1"G2.
MONEY to loan on diamonds. wat'h,
pianos, warehouse receipt". K. '". Loan
Guarantee Co., room C. Amer. Bank bid,;.
?2u TO $10,000 to loan on real estate;
n(rnn.ll ntfunrin.i wli on t intil nrnn.
........ ... .vii,1v(i nn .ii ij 11.111111 jv
i erty. J. H. row LAND. 71C Am. Bank bid,?.
3 and C per cent monev to loin on real
estate; any amount. A ILL NELSON.
C04 Nel-on bldg.
MONEY to loan on rral estate at lowest
rates. RIEGER-MOORE REALTY CO .
MONEY to loan on real estate setuiity
at 5. C and 7 per cent. II W. MUSSON.
S39 N. Y. Life bldg.
TO T.fllV tVlA In trjttl nn Imrnvti A mtV
' reol estate at lowest rates. L. TRABER.
I Room S07, No. 313 Main St.
5. c AND 7 per cent monev to loan on
ntv leal estate, no delay. A. A. Cham-
berlam, 311 American Bank bldg.
D. S. M'GONIGLE.& CO.. Whitney bldg.,
have home monej' to loan on real estate.
5 and C per cent, any amount.
0 PER cent home monev to loan on good
cltv properti. ISAAC A. WRIGHT. 732
New York Life bldg.
LOANS made on real estate: chattel notes
bought. J. A. BRIGHTWELL. Tel. 19C1.
$30.0ii0 TO buy employes" time in advance.
Wlllard F. Wyckoff. 1.24 Am. Bank bldg.
IF ou have a rouch. call to-dav at our
olh(e and w" wilt gle jou a trial of our
medicine and thus proo to ou that the
further use of it will entirely cure jou:
medicine is pleasant to take and onH costs
23 cents a bottle, and one bottle will cure
an cough, cold or hoarsrnes, and con
tinued use will cure consumption. Otiice,
21Ji-. New Ridge bldg.
SUPERFLUOUS! HAIR, ingrowing eye
lashes, moles, warts, eczema, pimples,
freckles, wrinkles, broken veins and all
facial blemishes permanently removed by
electricity. Mrs. F. AV. Randolph. Derma
tologist. References, Kansas Clt's lead
ing phslcians. 405; New Ridge bldg., SIS
Main st. i
THE Warrantee J?ile Cure, no cure, no
pay: no knlie, no pair; no pav for a cuie
until cured; price erv low: will be at offit e
eerj TuedRv and Wednesday. CI4 Mam
St., room 2S, Kansas Citj-. Mo.
J. F. FILBRUN.
tumors: no oaln: no knife: im
iQ riaster. and pay when cured.
external or internal. Call or address DR. J. C MC
LAUGHLIN. Kansas City. Kas.
OBESITY CURE! To reduce flesh with
out injuring the health or' wrinkling the
skin. Address box 233. Warren. Ohio.
LADIES' confinement horte; babies
rdopted if desired; best medical attention.
Address Lock Box 27. Kan-as Citv;, Mo.
CONFINEMENT HOME for ladies in
trouble: lowest terms. Addre-s Box 97,
Kansas Citj-, Mo.
VIAVI CO.. a uteriie remedy. Health
.. r-. r-m tt -r A.f. 1.1.1 -
UUUh. Ilff. IV i. i - Jti' tiJUfi.
AVE board, room, t
te:t ladie-iin trouble.
As Cjlty. M.
Lock Box 183, Kans;
HORSES AND TOIIICLUg.
HORSES. Harness, J Ejgies anl Road
Wagons, etc., for safe nn; paj-mefns, 140S
1410 Independence avei It.C. Sale -ind Ex
change Co. 1 ! i
WANTED 5 horstolwlnter and road:
$10 per month: closrt tloicity: experienced
driver. AV. J. HOfgi. Y. i;ife S-
"FOR SALE A fill5. ntiYpf buggies, sur
revs, road wacons
sC'l' twltlem.in driving
ntnt? W 1fi0' Rrnm!
wagons. Slifer CaiTia:
CARRIAGE rpiiairiag.t rimnJiur and
painting our speciatti. i Sllfer J Carriage
Company. IGotf GrandfaTe. j
TimiSr-.K wlntprpd TrAlith: spnt for and
returned. M. Sallsbijiv. Jndepenjience. Mo.
Wc rut In ston- walks Sr f. ius r square hot.
hlch is cheaper than yalcTp Uy go1 tKianl nalks.
A'trd and Offloe, Corner Ma.fUM and BrooKlin Ave
nur5, Karsas Clt, vtn.
We ilso handle l..my Caps. Buttresses Coping
ant Cut stones for S;e;is. Gie us a call. Note
name and addrefs j -
Second-hand Stctiif av Piano;in fine con
dition elegant casr-fwill be scid at a sac
rifice Call and sccji A. R. BERRY SONS,
(upstairs) 713 Maijijst. "
ONE rosewood snfaro nlano,:$2'): J3 cash,
$3 monthlv. J. AV.' tEN'vINS'- SONS MU
SIC CO.. 921-921 Mai? st.
Mention The Jourryu.
HENRY NAST. proi-ssor of piano. Cin
cinnati Conservatory OZ Music. Studio. 537
Ni w Ridgo building. $pe- ial terms to be
ginneis and those inttring this month.
SCHIRMER Librarv Viiyon Peters- Lit
olft edition, "j price, 1113 Vrand ave.
, J. It. BELL.
BANJO, Gt ITAIl AD MANDOLIN
MR. AND MRS. T. J. 5EARDSLEY
Banjo, Guitar and Mandolin Teachers.
Studio, room 7. 1213 Main street. Music
for social events furnish!.
&a 3a DSLEIL04? &
OFriCE: Room 6 .lif-iction Building,
Main and Delavfare streets,
KANSAS cfrY. MO.
STRAYED SilimlaA night, chestnut sor
rel lony. with 2 wKite ft-et behind, ami
small star in forehjad. mane Hipped le
tween the ears reward for return or in
"REMEMBER THE MAINE spring..." $1.
If vour fine watch or French clock is troub
ling Oti. consult lis if jour ees trouble
jou, "consult our' optician. K. C. AVatch
RepiirC'o. 11271.-AValnut st.
I'IMI AND ORR INS.
ONE bood Mason Jfc Hamlin organ, fine
walnut x-ase. sood as new. onlv $34. J. AV.
JENKINS' SONS MUSIC CO., 921-923 Main.
5 ni'G AA'EVA-INti.
FANCV rug weaving: made of old In
grain and Brussels carpets. G. M. Sappen.
field. 71B East ISth st.
K. C.'S PRIVATE DETECTIVE.
J. A. M'MAHON. roomlT 1121 Main st.,
does a general detective business; all busi
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
a EO SB0UD0B(B
Suitable for manufactory, tannery, stor
age house, grain, ha, coal, and feed, hory
and mule market or an other purvc-c"
where lots of space is required, a lurre
brick building. lfci120, two stories above
and 22 foot basement beneath: tills propers
is located directlv west of the Armour
packing house in Rivirvieu. Kansas City,
Kas. (southeast corner of Otli and Reynolds
rvenue). A snitch can he ion Into the
building, conmcting with the main lines of
the M. P. and U. P. railwa.vs. the building
w.is eret ted during the boom for a produce
exchange at a eo-t of $2".C, and was ap
praised vith tin- giound at $4".Ouo. the
mortgage has been foreclosed and the en
tire piopeitj- can be sold for $13,000.
Jo LU MlFcgflMUlK.,
323 SHEIDLEY BLDG.
S1PIJM1 llMffilS EJTSa
Ixit SI, block 1, Mount Panorama addition.
Lot 9. block o, Rejnolds' Grandvievv park
Lot !. block 3. Mount Pleasant addition.
Lot 2, block 3, Mount Pleasant addition.
Lot 9. block 2. Pullman neights.
Lot 10. block 2, Pullman heights.
23 feet just east of Gth street, on Central
the oq (DUfFoLPa
Apply to GEORGE LONG.
Oil Minnesota avenue,
i, ifr mmw.
r23G Holmes st.: newly papered; painted;
gas; city water: In first-class conditio!';
terms, $230 cash, balame C per cent to suit.
Opposite Coates House.
FOR SALE for cash only 1W acres of
No. 1 land, all rich vallev. alfalfa land,
on the Cimarron river, in Seward countv,
Kas.. 10 acres of nice timber: title perfect,
taxes paid and $130 will buy it: also St)
acres of good timber land near railroad in
Eastern Tennessee for 23 cents per acre;
title good: both are good propertv at many
times the price asked: a rare opportunity
for traders. Address L 91, Journal office.
HOMESEEKERS If ou want a nice lot
and a house built In accordance with j-our
own Ideas, all at first cost, call on me. I
can locate j-ou on Independence avenue,
Olive street, between 12th and 13th: South
Troost, or in the LInwood district, and can
mako j ou good terms.
GEORGE CARMAN. Architect.
309 Hall bldg.
FOR SALE A good home at a bargain.
Lot 33, olock 92. AVvandotte. Make an offer.
641 Minnesota avenue.
TOR SALE House and lot. No 2021
North AVater stieet. Kansas Citv. Kas.; a
snajAlf taken at once. J. L. KLEIN.
4u9 Kansas avo.. Armourdale, Kas.
FOR SALE by owner Several very pret
tv building lots close to Grandview electric
line. Now is the time to buy. Applv.
AV. A. BUNKER.
Tel. 120. Room 3. Bunker bldg.
FOR SALE House and lot. No. 2029 North
AA'ator street. Kansas City. Kas. A snap
if taken at once. J. L. KLEIN,
401 Kansas avenue. Armourdale. Kas.
FOR SALE 3 room cott.ige and big barn,
to be moved: neir 27th and Askew- ave. R.
E. Kirtley, 719 N. X. Life bldg.
$323 AVILL buy a SO foot lot. 2 blks from
cable; 1-3 cash, bal. to suit. A. F. Batt.
.TiU N. A". Life.
MM 4H2, (KSil ISM,
Pension vouchers eveeuted; attention
given to taking depositions; give mo jour
propertj" to rent; it shall have prompt and
Shop. Bath0, 13c: shaving. 10c; hair cut.
23c: siiino, -,c. Strictlj- modern and up to
dale: b line barbers. 21 Delaware: near
9th st. llenrv A. Major. Prop.
TAKE jour old gold to Barr Jewelry
Compiny, manufacturing jewelers. lOlS
Walnut st., fourth (loor, and get highest
PHOTO Porcelain Miniature; life-like
artistic beauties, prices $1 ' to $3 00.
MRS. WILSON. 317 Ridge bldg.
ATTEND Hie sptci,il silverware s.d,. at
C E. Russell, the Jeweler's, Xo. v Main
AVANT to sell, or Hade for diamonds, a
fine breel. gentle drivn g horse ", oirs old,
weighs about 1 1W pounds, handsome ba.v.
Address D. D. GILSAN. BrookHeld, Mo
TO EXCHANGE Property In Burling
ton. Kas. for c Itv proper!. T"-.' Cherry St.
lilltriMNS IN AH'MC.
S1.00 PIECES 33 : 73c pieces 23e. 30e piPces
17e, 40c piece-, lie.
J. R BELL. 1117 Grand ave.
Till NI4S ND RGS.
TRUNKS. BAGS AND LEATHER GOODS
Trunks repaired anil exchanged.
Tel. 1273. E.J GUMP. S21 Main st.
II IK im EASING.
MRS. J. M. BIBB. Iiairilressiiig parlor:
sw Holies and wigs made in anv stjle. 1217
Baltimore ave. iCan-as Cltv. Mo.
M INTEL? AND TILES.
'TTnSArner!ean Mantel and Tiling Com
pany, 1227 Main street. A full line of the
newest and latest designs.
R. If. MANNING, attorney at law: pat.
ents and patent cases. 710 New York Life
bldg.. Kansas Citj-. Mo.
II. FLEHR is In business again. Tallor
ing.clcanlng and repairing. 1027'.Broadwaj-.
BRASS and orchestra tntislc V- price: 1 000
, folios, 20c each. J. R. BELL, 1115 Grand.
Classes now forming, popular prices; con
versation and idioms.- Madrilere accent
correct and distinct pronunciation, no dia
lectical gibberish or patois; not modern,
improvul nnd rational method of acquiring
a speaking knowledge in the shortest time.
Applv to or address Ed De A' mie. room
210. Pepper hldg.. 9th and Locust, private
t nil iur; in Spanish and German.
BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES.
Branches in the principal AmTiean and
F.uropeatt cities. Best instruction, rcason-
-oie ice. uerman, trench and Spanish
taught only by native teacher3. Send for
cte-crlptlv e circular.
THE Nntionil Business College prepare."
fo- busii.ess ,,nd government positions da
and eveuinj- school. Telephone 219 K ith
fc l'un bldg.
MRS. M EDNA OWEN-STEGNER. 411
AV. 13th st A'oue prtwliu tion. piaro devel
opment. plisieal euliure, rapid adv.ipie
lnents. TOR SALE A seliolarship in one of th
best busiiH.ss colli-ges in Kansas (-it at a
very low price. Additss A 33, Joiirnil of
fice. SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION and physl-,1
iiilturi daj and nlglu classes
T EDWIN DUNCN 220 Rialto bldg.
NIGHT s, luHil at Central College of Bus.
ines-, and Shorthand, eor. Sth and Wjau
dotte st- tele phono 1HH
LADIES' elass, in phvsical culture, for
stenographeis salnsladles. etc., frum 12 to
1 p. m. 220 Rialto bldg
TELF.GRAPHA, spe( ial. $: iir month:
evenings Nitional Telegraph Si hool.
Keitu .'; Perrj bldg
F(JR SALE Scholarship in prominent
business college cheap. Midland Mechanic.
IS East Cth st.
LEARN to writ' private lessons, daj or
evening 411 II ill bldg.
FOREIGN I.Nil f.I.
A I'll V.NCE to learn the German lan
guage c.isil. German eannot b- learned In
giainm ir 01 translation neither in the wjv
as a parrot memorizes its phrases. Pro
fessor E. M. Wles, . vvlio was .1 tear her in
German, e onies well reeomnie neb d In the
dneitor of the Te-uhers- s, mln irv in
ltrmnburg, Prussia, and b the dean or th
state umversit 111 Columbia .Mo. where
he taught the professors and other proml
He teaches enerbodv In the same wav
as e'lnldrt 11 are taught In the "falheTland "
Talking, leading, writing, grammar and
translation must be (ombhied. IVstalo7zi's,
principles must be pat in practice- Object
lessons, thinking in Gtinian and teeling the
sounds a 1 the meaning rests upon it. Fioir.
the simple to the more complicated, etc.
.1 thorough foundation is neoes-jr). He
knows the eighteen vowels 01 the German
language ami can teac h them. Single les
sons. 30 cents; in el ises 23 rents, trial
lesson, Vj cents. Inquire- at 22v0 East Ninth
"treet. or telephone 711.
mass ten rvm.ons.
THE Most Perfectly Appointed Establish
ment 01 us ivirat 111 tne west.
Chiropodists Massage Treatment
Mattle Zorne. !)7 Baltimore avenue,
Kansas Citv. Mo.
GO to Mrs IiFoss for the best plain,
medicated and vapor batli massage.
1021 Main st.
HARNESS, S1DDI.CS, IlUMvF.TS.
MONEY accomplishes wonderful things;
nowhere doe" It accomplish as much as
here in bu!ng Blankets. Harness. Saddles,
AVhips. F. W eber s Son. lUOI-luoG AA'alnut.
J. F. AVard Saddlery Cc. has the most
complete line of horse blanket-" and wool
storm robes at bottom prices. Special in
ducements on stable blankets. 1224 Grand.
THE talented voung French lady is now
located at 1023 Main st., second tloor; re
nowned for the excellency of her treatment
with strong magnetic power, s-he is Kansas
City's favorite; no one but what is bene
fited bj- her magnetic touch, also the new
DR. CARTLICH'S magnetic, hot air ard
vapor baths cure rheumatism or a bad cold.
913; AValnut. Tel. fs57.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
of abstract and examiners of land titles.
No. 16 East Sixth street, furnish daily tho
transfers of real estate tiled In the record
er's ottice at Kansas Citj-, Mo.
Notice All transfers .11 ting in the
daily report contain eovii of general
warranty unless otherwise ted.
Charles A. Eason and wife to Min
nie A. A an Ness; part of lot
block I, Prospect heights
John George to joian Kern;
block 14 et al. Manchester..
Maggie B. Purccll to J. L.
part of lots ! nnd 9. block :
George A. Metcalt and wife to Irene
A. Morlj-: lot 1. LInwood nunc;..
II. II Genii' and wife to George AV.
AValker, lot 41. block 2, Blue Ave
J. A. Mnggard and wife to A. E.
Holmes; lots 17 and is. block J.
Sarah J. King and husband to Cas
per Strohmenger; part of the
southwest quarter of section 12.
township 49. range 33
Gustav Mendall and wife to Milton
Mondall. lot I. block 7. SheJdley
Lizzie It. Miller and husband to M it
tio L. Allender. lot 9. block 19.
Hope Sr Tvitrhell's subdivision... .
Martha E. Hughes and hubband to
Lizzie R. Miller, same
William Chrisman and wife to Mar
tha E. Hughes, same
Cella E Fobes to A. I. Williams;
lot 7 and part of lot S. block 4.
L. D. II. Russell and wife to linos
Foreman. lot ."0. Home park
LND TITLE GtRlNTEE CO.IPANW
A. L. O. SCIIUELER, mgr..e-camincs and
guarantee's titles in Missouri and Kansas.
LEG VI. NOTICES.
SIIi:itIIT-S SM.K-Dj- virtue and author! ty of a
fieneral evetetlGit. Xo 21tCS, Issue! from the crT.ce
eif Hie c!rl. of lhn tircuit court nf Jarkv,a county,
at Kan-tai City. VU o iri. returnable tt the January
terri l-1', of call euurt. ana ti me as snerUT, ul
rerteO anO ileliiere'i, in faror of e itUens Nationil
Itank tf ham-a" itv. Mi'-siuri. again"! V! S e
Donnell I Iiice levfc-l 1110-1 anil elzel all the rlftit.
title, intirest and estate ef ealt! Oefen.lant. SI 3. t
Ikiinell in anl lei the fctluwlm; ilesrrltiec! real e
lale. tituateO in ihe county of Jjrkon an.l plate of
Vli.tri, to-ielt Th' north one half ('; of tile
nortli one hair C3 of neetlon C? tnethIll ii. range
Zi a!s hehlnnlng at th- northweyt corner of lite
Biithej t iicjrter CI of the norlhwet uatter (,!
of srition .'S. tovp-eilp 4i range -1 theme eat to
th northeast enrner of the -tuilha.-.r quarter fil of
the tiorthrau piart-r of ai ! Fet lion 2 tlt-nre muth
to the wuthecst torner of the no-lliwest ,irarter l'i
of Ihe tithen quarter ('.l of sail sttlon ttienee
eect to tlie outhwe't rorner of the nortliea.l ruar
tr CI rf the uthet iuar!er fCi ef Bdiil &et!on
th.n u trtli to th- point i! beginning, altj eT?t
half l if the m!hee-l qiurter ti R-tion tMent
o.n I.'!-! township 4S ranee 2.1 exiept ten 110) acres
hereti fore -ohl bl John 1' Self antl wife to Jellied
Mi !orail by i!eil In book 1! S'o ii. a! poge rst, nf
Jai kr.n ruiintj reronl alo Ino-nlnths (J Si Interest
ttnaielileai in the ea't half of the ..mtheaFt quarter
Cl or the southeast qtiarte- !4i of Fertlon Jt, ana
the unilieilil two ninth? i;'! Interest In the youth
wet quarte- (', of Ihe Fnuthwet qiurter !jl of
edition 21 all cal.l Ian I biiK In lownhip 4s. range
- .uljeet to right of-uav or Ihe MIA,uri PaclDi
Uailroail Company (I'aoU bratirh, alin all lhat part
of sertlon !. township 4 range ZZ IIng ean cf ihe
IHg blue rieer tontalnlni; nhr Ihree alJ 12 10u
I S 12 ! arte more or les. aH' all of Ihe oulh.
wet rorner It of block Iwenty-two ("I MtcTee' ail
dillon to Kansas Cite llv,i:ii. an I heinie forty nine
an 1 c- II3l.l fert on the eat Fhle of CIrana arenqi by
one hunilreil anl fifteen anl ' (H5S feet on the
north side or s enteenth 1171 Flreet Kansas City.
Mi"aimrl nnl I vlll an Thursday, the lt ilay cf
pei ember A D Wi, between the hoiirc of nine
&, lor k In the forenoon and fl o' toelc In the after
noon of tint da at the south Irunt door or the
roun! eoutt house in Kancan c Itv JarVon -ounty
Ftate of Mlvourl all during the ejyeion of Mid. cir
cuit court at Kansas Cltr, vn..oiirI s-ll at puttie
eeldue. for cah to the hihet bM ler alt the right,
title interest and estate of lh above named defend
ant M S C Iij-n-I! In and tn s.ild real estate tu
Mtisfy said execution and eoel
It(lill:llT S. STOVE. Sheriff.
Kanxi Cily. Mo , Xov 7. 1SSS.
MITll'i: la h-tfby given to Ihe creditor of Ihe
VV. A. Michael Coinmtlot Company that on Satur
day Ihe Z6t!i day of November. UM, at the opening
ef court, or u roon thereafter as connect can b
heard. I shall apply to the circuit court of Jackson
count). MljiMurl. for a discharge from mv tru.t af
assignee of lie V A Michael CommfFulou Company.
I.EN'DRUM II. ItlDCH. Assli-nee.
HarkleF, O'Grady i CryFler, Attorneyf.
NOTICK Is hereby eiven to the cre-Iltors cf Brax
V. Lace rant e that on Saturday, the S8th day of No
vember 1S38, at the opening of court or as soon
the-eafter as eoun.-l cin be heard, J rhall apply
to the circuit court of Jackson count), &ll?3ourl. for a
discharge from my truu as assignee of Prax V. Law
rance. . flEORGE I. VAN' BtlREN-. Assignee.
Harkl'ss, O'Crady & Crjjlcr. Attorneja.
, BURLINGTON ROUTE TIME CARD
AH trains a.-rlre aai dtpan CTEa rain djoi.
1IANXUUI. t ST. JOSEPH EAlLStADL
4 Cllcaso. St, Louis erajni Ex.. tmT t j- ,
6 Chllllcoche & ilrct&ett Ex.. x snTrty 4 - a
W Chtcato-Peoria Veittta'.el SIk" ' fr -S1
ifr St. Louii A'eatihuls ui::-o. ixir - - i J -a
1 St. LonU VestnatJ tlrJileC. dalTv . ,:5 a
CMcaRtvPe-irla Vestlialrt Sh." t J - n
5 nrcotaeU A CiltbroUle Si. t,5a-'aT " Ji a
S-e-hVcao. St. IjoIj t Ot'acy Ce '
KA.NSVS CITY. ST. JOs-nt A COCMJ. i, T.J
lll-st. Jew;h II Iawi Malt, iiiey - Jj u
t- SC JtrpU Fast Esprr. Jaitr - t. 43 a
II- Omaha i St Paul Fit ilall. ix. . . Jca
I' l.arK.ci;:i. At h b Sr j n . .ra
51 st Jisps. St Ioa EaprMj. Ua.1 wa
"-Omaia. ?Ijui Cltr t-t. Pal li.. u.ilC)a
St. racL Suiu CltT X OnoSj rr . t - " C
a Ioa e. Su Jc?ph Evprn". ailr. - !"
-I tanonii rasmer iallr J Cs
st I'ajt Sioux Cltv CVr-vrti Sx. a. - II r
it; Iowa . st. Jrfp! fast 31a'!. al r "S
l-st JoTh ra.f ihM. dll- ----a
uiRUMrroN . iitisot'iti fcivec m":.iO
t: Denver. I'lah t CalllgrsU Special, ix. Oi3
15 Ijnrotn. limine Fut Sffaax. iaU I3
lt-rieni-r. flah A Callfo-aU Ee. ia'l"-
IC-Llnrola. BIIllso Pust S.i-sl da " S3
! virtue cf a decre dated May w laa r-J; a.
-,Mal rxetutioe dateu tjvtbber Itttt. !. t rfc a-e
fctienr ilirtftei! an-t delivered, fcwul out i
tH e 4 f the i lerk o. th Irruit n n
unt Vii -cun at lUzsas KH- r-.a a t
eanuarv term 1&99 of plaintiffs aal afa c d -
ants, in an actuia entitleil Vercuat .nv t - xt
lluarantee c-upan and C: S, 3IcLae ik
Ilaiatilf'. vs Internattona las an-t Trust c x
Majero lnectiu-nt Company. Tnotcia K. Kx zx i-X
Vtoees J llarr-nton. trusteed, defendafle T
1 have I el up u unil aeizeU thtf f jll es -k a. t -parcel
et r-al e.a-e nitnate tn ta tuu .- r
and state of vn4..uruto-lt Thecortixrur II cvtail
nae ti inches ot lo' thirtv-sne pi anX a-X ttoltai -t
twi IJ and the south, flfleen UJ feet isJJ t a-s j
imhvs o' lot thlrtc three- (33). bkxk: five f a stx; 1
Side flare, an adhci. n ti the City of Rassa bw
Kansas city, as the -w l marked ami cVnsaa:-
ol the reco-de,! plat chereor. antl I will as ypeclat
master and sti riff on Tuesday, the SJ da f ?
c.mle-r. I.-1 t-teceet the h.urs of siw oclxk a
ihe forenco-i a-d 1i" u'cluc In ta atteracaa cf t3ac
dav at the outh f-onl doer ct the Jacasais . e
lirurt ruu-t In.u.e in Kaasas Cltv Mlssoctr a.?.
ilurini; the se-s' n and sitting of saUI ecnrt, a m
Kvn- City -ell yabli-ly by auction, to tfc
Milder or cash the ab.e described tract t" e -or
real estate as a vihole, to sat r saU jut
execialon ar. 1 nt' KOBERT !. STO,
Sh-lC of Jark-cn Ciiuat ML
nils-er vieande- n-kle ItaywarO. r. --
CONDEMVATtOV Or ALLET BETWEEX HT"
and Dunham Avenue The Scat ct allsaour to
County ef Jackson, the City ct Kaaus CI- .
Mathe r Uroern. Chas. p. Dreughton, CSatM T
Uruuithtou tharlee K. Cossum. tunnnvit h- ofi
Chas C Ccburn decea.etl). etas t CVttrs -ceased.
Barbara Edraaads. Mary CtSord. La a i
llashweiter, I- mma U. Har-lsuo. Herbert F a. -.
K II Metralf. James II. Matteny. VVm. O.
hall Vlary K. Rice wife ot Marshall C RIc
shall K Rice, lleorii- A Smith. Kate Smith.
I let Talbot. Western Mortgage and Invcsttcenv r
pany. Western Vlortgage anl Investment Co.. Vre
era .Vflis and luv Co Annie E. VVadloorth. f Jl
1' Wilkinson. Weteri Mortgage aaJ lave -x
Co.. Ellen . V.'lltlame. vein take nctl-e tta
prcp-rty will be assessed to compensate I
taklni; cf private property for the purpose r
in the ordinance of Kansas City. No. W7L s .e-.
n crdlnanee to open and enabllsh the alley te
la een Te-entleth (2utM street acl Oat-aam are-
from Agn.s avenue ti VValrond avenue." a.r - r el
June Zl. IsM. and that n ur U! be lmpane-it a
make sni-u asctsmeni en Ihe win. day of Nose ;er
A I. USS. at lei ot the clock la the fercne - at
the lower houie council chamber, on Ih f-tLTi
floor ot the city hall building, on the rcuthea t r -ner
of Tuunh and Mats streets, tn Kaasa Cl-y.
Jackson county. Missouri.
lsued under the hand of the city clerk and la,
seal cf Kansas City, aforesali, this lst day . CV
tober. A. D. J33S.
XSeall C. S. CTORT.
Cltv Clerk ot Kansas City. MIsscu?"
NOTICE TO CONTJtACTORS FOR TRESSED CRKiC
Sidewalks on Indiana Ave. Hoard of PuMIe VT Tks
Uepartment ot Engtnering. Kansas City. Mc Oc
Zl, 1S5S. Sealed propoaU will be received by t
undersigned at this ofnee until 11 o'clock a. m. f
November 1. 1S3S (at which, time bids will be opened"
for fumihlng all the materials anl doing att tn
work necessary lo complete the fottowtoa; el'y Ir
provements. tit.- Constructing pretseil brick t e
walks en both sides of Indiana avenue ttwe-3
Eighteenth (11) street and Kansas City Belt ral wa. .
as provided by ordinance No. 109.
Plans anl specifications may be seen, and alt tafsr
matlon relative to the work obtained, at this aCett.
Payment for the work to b made. In special tax
No proposals from any contractor In default wlta
the city on any previous contract will be conaldrred.
or that i'ocs not conform strictly to speclScallotrs.
No proposal will be considered unless accom;aatet
by a bonJ of two hundred (MO) Collars with rvo TO
good an! sufficient securities (to be approved by ta
city comptroller), conditioned, that the bidder wlit
enter Into" contract at the prices stated, an I ruraia
satisfactory recurlty for the completion of the sre-k.
The rlsht 13 reserve I lo rej-ct anr or al! proroaalc
IIEVRV Wise. Cltr Eaitneer
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS FOR HEXAGON
Block Sidewalks en 16th stteit Boirdcf Publie Works.
Department cf Engineering. Kansas City. Mr . Oct.
27, 1S0S. Sealed p-cpcsals will be recciveil oy th
un lerslgr-eil at this eiRlc-e until 11 o'clock a tn. ot
November s. 1S3S (at whl'h time bids will be opened),
ror furnishing all thn materials an I tZoicr; all ta-s
wotk necessary ta complete the fallowing city Ira
pro7emenl3. vlx.: Constructing hexagon block side
walks, on both ids of Sixtecnft (15) Jlreet betweea
Trenst avenue and Forest avenue, as provided by
ordimncc No. lotlf.
Plans nnd spcs-ltcatlons may be seen, and alt infor
mation relative to tho work obtained, at this oflee
Payment for tho work to be made la special tax
No proposals from aay contractsr In default wlta
the city on any previous contract will be considered,
or that does not conform strictly to specIQcatioaa.
No proposal will b considered unlets acrompanlrl
by a tend of two hundred (311 doliari with two (i
good and suadert securities (to be approved b thi
city comptroller), conditioned that the bidder wttt
enter Into cntrort at the prices stated, and furntsa.
satl'facton- security for the completion of the werk
The. right is reserved to reject any or all propoia'.l.
HENRT A. WISE. City Englnier
r.RAUINO RIHOLITION NO. im.
CIIANCn AND HE-ESTABLISH GRADE JIESCJ
lntlon No 1717 Notice to property owners on Jackaoa
avenue frora Independence atenue to Gamer avenue.
City Clerk's Office. Kansas City. M. Not. Jth as.
A resolution declaring It to be necessary lo aaug
and re-establish the grade on Jackvin avenua from
Independence avenue to Garner avenue.
He It resolved by the upper hou-e of the enmtr a
council ot Kansas City, the lower house concur s
The camrron council finds and declares It to b
ncesarv to change anl re-establish tad grave en
Jackn avenu" from Independence avenue to Garner
avenne to tho following grade elevation In feet abov
Ihe city directrix, lo-wlt; At the north tine ot Inde
pendence avenne. 1st 50: at a point 5) feet north or
north line of Independence avenue, t3s.tVJ at th
outh line of Thompson avenue. ;i7 00. at the north'
lln of Thompson avenue. US Is); at l point l feet
nrth ot north lire ot Thompson avenue. 13 M. at
the south line of Garner avenne. 33.fr); adjacent
gride points to be e'-nnectcd by true planes. In ac
cordance with the provisions of section 1. article
VIII of the am-r.l'd rhnrter of Kansas Cltr
'Adopted Oct II. K1' GEO S. GRAHAM.
President Cpper House of the Common Council.
Adopted Oft 31. ISS. A. l. UfRROWS.
Speaker Lower House ot the Common Council.
Att;.t C- ?- CUHRT.
(Scali Clly Clerk.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS FOR A PUBLIC
ce'ner Board ot Public Works. Department ot En
gineering. Kansas City. Mo.. Oct. IT. 1V34. SeaUJ
proposals will te received by the undersigned at this
oClce until II o'clock a. ra. of November 5. 11JJ (at
which time bids will be opened), for furnishing all
the materials and doing all the work necessary to
complete the following city Improven-ents. vlx.: Con
structing a public- sewer la the alley between Cen
tral street and Wvandctte street from Tenth (
slreet to Eleventh (11) street, as provided by ordi
nance No 10706.
plans and specification may be seen, and all infor
mation relative to the work obtained, at this oO..
Payment for tbe work lo be made In cash
No proposals from any contractor in default wlta
'he city on any previous contract will be considered,
or that does not conform strictly lo specifications.
Vo proposal will te considered unless crcompanleil
bv a lmd of two hundred COO) dollars with two t:
good and safTiclent securities (to be approved by th
i ity comptroller! conditioned lhat the b!ddr wM
enler Into contract at ihe prices slaled. an I furnlsa
satlifaetorj security for th eompletlef, ef th work.
The right Is reserved to reject any or all proposals.
IIEN-RT A WISE. City Engineer
INthe circuit court ot Jackson county, state ot
Missouri, at Kansas City. la tbe matter of the aa-ci-nmtul
-f 11- O. Palen. D 12. stoner. assignee.
No. sum Dlt. C. Public notice la Lereby glvea
that 1. the undrlgnd assignee, will on Tuesday,
the Sth day ot November. 1S91. at S M o'clock la th
fcreucon of that day. or as soon thereafter as ths
matter can be heard, apply to said court for a dls
charxs from my trut as assignee herein.
D. E. STOVER. Assliie.
Mfservey. Pierce A German. Attorneys.
NOTICE OF FIVAI. SETTLEVIEVT Notice Is here
by given to all creditor ana ethers Interested la thee
etaie ef John s V red-nbitrgb. decease I. that I.
Pmrna Vredenburgh. administratrix of said estate.
intend to make a final settlement tr-ereof at th
next term of tie probate eou-t of Jackson county, to
be held at Kansas City. Missouri, on the 31st day or
Kovetab-r. 1S9S. EMMA VREPENBCROH.
NOTICE Is hereby given to the creditors cf J. a.
Fl-ellman lhat en Friday. Ihe 22th day of November.
liSS. rt the cpening ot court, or as soon thereafter at
counsel ran be heard. I shall apply to the Judge of
division number two of the circuit ccurt at Kaasas
City. Jackson county. Mo. for a discharge front m
trust as aUr- ef said 1 15. Speltmnn.
W S WARNFR. As.lgr.ee. 3)3 Mass. bldg.
John C Yocun. Attorney. 202 Mass. tldg.
" NOTICE Of HN'VL SETTLEMENT Notice la
by given to a'l creditors anl others Interests
the estate of Thomas M Speers. deceased, th
Mary A. St-eer. eti-culrlx of said estate. Inter
make a final settieo.ent thereof at tr next
of the probate court of Jackson courty. to b
al Kansas City. Missouri, ea the 21st day of
sember. ISM. MARY A. SPEERS. Executr
NOTICE OF riN'M. SETTLEMENT Notice la
Ly given to all creditors anl others Interested I.
estate of Mary Stephens, deceased, that I. ThotruJ .
Sechorn. administrator of sal I estate. Intend to risk
& final settlement thereof at Ihe next term of ths
probate cuutt ot Jackson county, to be net! at Kan
saa City. Missouri, on the 21st day cf November. 1331.
THOMAS! J. SCEHORN. Administrator.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned has
been appointed, guardian of tbe person and estate of:
John Kmniert. a person of unsound mind, by the pro
bate court ot Jackson county. Missouri, at Kaasas
City, on the 51st day of October. 1&3S.
GEORGE PETER EMMEB.T.
Scammoa, Ileal Stubcaraucb, Attorneys,