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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 10, 1898.
HOW THOSE OK EUROPE FIXTJ AS
A5YIXM IX AMERICA.
In Many Cases 3Ioney Has Been Pro
vided to Enable Undesirable
Immigrants to Enter
From the New Tor,Hera!a.
America may be the land of the free
and the home of the -brave, but there is
no Getting; away from the fact that it Is
also an asylum for the cast-off paupers and
criminals of the -world. Our immigration
law are. of course, designed to overcome
an evil which Is fortunately less in evi
dence than formerly, but , recent develop
rnents'iiave proven'lhat there are agencies
at work In foreign countries which men
ace our present system.
Criminals from foreign shores still con
tinue to ponr Into our country crlminals,
many of. them, of the worst type. And they
are actually,sent to "the United States from
pir nven vmmnpg wiin uie message.
"Good riddance to bad rubbish:" Many
-well authenticated instances are known
where money for the passage has been
provided, together with a sufficient bal
ance to enable the undesirable ones to en
ter our .ports and not be classed as pau
pers. .." ,
The charge has even been made that
rone of the European countries are ad
dicted' to this method of getting rid of
their criminals and that the practice of de
porting them to America is carried'on with
the sanction and approval of the variojs
governments. This is a grave charge -and
on; most difficult to substantiate. It is
probably" not wholly true. The govern-
meet' officials" do not directly deport their
criminals' and their paupers, .but the cus
tom Is carried on by various societies de
aurced for the improvement of the human
-.Buf the human race is a big thing to
- Improve, .as every reformer, from the time
of Adam has sooner- or later discovered.
And it is at best a narrow policy of im
provement that aims to better one com
munity at the expense of another.
Fancy a smug person connected with
come British prison society interesting
himself in some particularly tough citl-
sen whose days out of Jail are far and few
between. This good reformer will argue
with himself "that the particularly tough
citizen has a bad name, and consequently
there Is no opportunity given him to ele
vate himself amid his present environ
ments. So he consults his fellow members of ,the
, prison society, and they think how nice It
would be for the, particularly tough citizen
it he could only get to America, where he
would be free from his evil associations.
"What a Christian-like service they would
be rendering him, they argue!"
So when the current term of impris-
onment expires, and before he is given
- time to commit any fresh depredations,
the particularly tough citizen finds him
self on a steamer bound for New York,
his passage paid and his pocket filled with
Jingling shillings. Now. it would be man
ifestly .unfair to, say that that criminal
.'was.deported by the British, government.
. ,-and yet. the government sanctions the work
N of alleged philanthropy a philanthropy
which is a poor one, because It won't work
A Xest of Italians.
- The subject Is particularly apropos Just
at this time, owing to certain developments
which have arisen out of the recent mur
der of an Italian woman named Josephine
Inzelma. Five Italian men were arrested,
either as suspects or as witnesses, and an
Investigation conducted by Captain Mc
Clusky, of the detective bureau, developed
the fact that all had been noted crim
inals In Italy, and had probably been de
The names of these men are Glosue Gal
lucci, Tlncenzo Gallucci, Francesco Gal
luccL Pasquale Adamo and Ratfaelo de
Nicolo Romano. They all have remark
able records." Captain McClusky commu
islcated with the prefect of police at Na
ples, who furnished the desired informa
tion. Giosue Gallucci had been convicted nine
times of theft and. blackmail, and was sent
from Italy, July 24, 1S96.. -Vincenzo Gal
lucci had spent two-terms In prison, had
been condemned' sixteen times for assault,
attempted murder And other crimes, -and
had been sent from Italy April IS, 1S97.
Francesco Gallucci, to keep up the repu
tation of so illustrious a family, had been
condemned six times for various offenses.
Pasquale Adamo bad spent five years in
Italian prisons -"and had been nine time3
convictedT Romano, previous to coming
from his native country in May, 1S3J. had
been convicted no less than twenty-one
"And these." commented Captain Mc
Clusky, "are specimens "of the people they
send Us from foreign countries."
Dr. H. E. Allison, superintendent of the
Asylum for "the Criminal Insane, at Mat
teawan. who has delved deeply Into this
very question, has called the attention of
the state commission in lunacy to the case
of the Italians. In his official capacity at
Matteawan Dr. Allison has had excep
tional opportunities to study the aliens
iho have come under his care.
In his communication he says: "If any
one doubts the results of the good work
of the state commission in lunacy In de
porting the dependent alien Insane, a few
'such reports as the oneT Inclose ought to
convince him of the utility of such efforts.
ln the 'prospectus' of a work on Frenca
prisons; recently published. "1" notice that
'deportation' was mentioned as an effective
method "ct "after care for criminals.
There are two cases remaining here,
one from. Germany, the other from England.-
"There Is a great dread on the part of
families to the return of many of theso
aliens. Their relatives are evidently hap
pier and more prosperous with their black
.fheep safe In the fold of ,an American
asjlum than they, are at home, disturo
ing the community and the household. If
one lnqclry.such as. the above relating to
a single crime develops such a nest of
.cases, "the question arises as to what a
jrioru systematic and extended investiga
tion of criminal cases would discover."
When I laid the matter before Immigra
tion Commissioner McSweeney, with a
view of attempting to gain some idea of
"the amount and extent of criminal Immi
gration. I found that official In a most
uncommunicative mood. He was evident
ly laboring under the impression that the
Jlerald wished to cast reflections upon the
efficiency ot the immigration board, and.
while not absolutely refusing to discuss the
matter, his answers were evasive and not
productive of very much direct informa
tion. "Is it a fact," I asked, "that criminals
are deported from other countries to
America with the knowledge of their gov
ernments?" "TJf a ver"" broad way of putting It."
replied Mr. McSweeney. And when I at
tempted to question further he would, only
say: "We may have our suspicions and our
Furmlses about these matters, but" we know
As to tbe Italian Government.
I next visited Dr. Rossi, who Is the immi
gration representative of the Italian gov
ernment in New York. He was very much
exercised to think that uch-neuspicions
fhculd be entertained against his native
country, and explained to me at great
length that such a state of affairs could
not exist. He s-aid that every Immigrant
must be provided with a passport, and that
in view of an understanding between the
Italian and United States governments,
no passports were issued to. any convicts
or any persons who had ever been Im
prisoned. He could not make it clear' to me, how
. ever, why a man could not secure a pass
port for himself, provided he had never
been In prison, and allow a less fortunate
H?en2 1 -ruse, lt- Dr- Royst so said that
the bnd Italians who came here usually
.c.!?Sd lh? xTon,tlcr ad shipp-ed from ports
outside of Italy, where the regulations
were not so strict.
Asfor the Italian government deporting
criminals, or sanctioning such a thing,
that. In Ms estimation, was too"preposter
ous to think of.
In the district attorney's office I met Dr.
Allison, who was there in'the Interest of a
crlitJnal case, in which a former" Inmate
of the Asylum for the Criminal Insane
was implicated. I spoke to him about his
communication to the state commission in
lur-acj, and he said he had no Idea of ac
cusing the foreign governments of com
plicity in deporting criminals and pau
pers. "That would be placing me in a verv
false light," he said. "As a. matter- ot
fact, the foreign consul in New York have
always co-operated with me in my efforts
to have such persons returned to their na
tive countries, and I don't believe the gov
ernment officials directiv hae anything
to do with sending them here. But the
fact remains that they are sent and be
come a Burden on our hands;
". Charles A. Hoyt, superintendent .ol
the alien poor, has sent back. 2,000 such
since 1SS0. and when you consider that It
costs J1SG a j ear .to support such a person
In an a<im, and that the average length
of life is from twelve to fourteen 3 ears,
the financial question cannot be' avoided.
Then, too, in caring for these our own poor
are crowded out."
Dr. Allison cited several cases which had
corns under his direct observation at Mat
teawan. Several of them were members
of the criminal fraternity, whose families
abroad not only had them transported, but
tent them regular remittances in order
that they should not return.
One case of this kind was that of an
Englishman who had served seven or
eight terms of imprisonment in various
English prisons. His favorite trick was
to enlist in the army, desert and sell his
kit. Then be developed Into a professional
burglar, even breaking Into and robbing
hU Urother.s house.
His relatives sent him money while in
prison, through the chaplain, on condition
that he should go to the "United States.
Mr. Thomas Blandon, secretary of the
Prisoners' Aid Society, took him from the
prison, furnished him with clothinar. paid
his expenses to Liverpool and put him on
board the Cunard line steamer Etruria.
He landed in New York on January 7, 1SSJ,
and on February 4, a little more than a
week after setting foot on American soil,
he was arrested.
Some Facts nnd FzLrnrew.
Dr. Allison also loaned me an annual re
port of the state board of charities, which
showed that during- the year ending Sep
tember CO, 1S36, there were removed from
th.2 pborhouses, almshouses, hospitals and
other Institutions of this state no less than
229 disabled, chronic alien paupers, who
were returned to their homes in different
countries of Europe.
The passage of these persons to this
country, as traced out by the examinations
and Inquiries, was paid as follows: By
cities, towns and other municipalities, 23;
by benevolent societies and emigration as
sociations. 67: by relatives, guardians and
friends, 113; by padrones, contractors and
corporations under agreement to labor, 2G.
IN tile circuit court of Jackson countr. Missouri.
at Kansas City, division No. tv.o (!). case No. 33315.
In the matter of the proceeding to ascertain and as
sesa'damages and benefits to arise from the proposed
grading cf Indiana avenue from the south lln- ot
Norledge Place to the north line of St. John avenue.
In Kansas Cltr, Jackson county, Missouri, under or
dinance of said Kansas Cltr. No. 99:i. appro ed on
the 18th day of June. A. D. 1S9S. and entitled "An
ordinance to trade Indiana avenue from the south
line of Norledge Place to the north line of St. John
avenue." Now, on this, the 25lh day ot June. A. D.
1898. In this, the circuit court of Jackson county,
Missouri., at Kansas City, division number two (II,
codes Kansas City. Missouri, appearing by Its as
sistant counselor. S. S. Winn. Esq.. and shows to
the court that Its mayor has heretofore' causedto1 be
Bled in this court a certified copy ot the aforesaid
ordinance, and the court, being fully advised In the
premises, makes the- following order herein to-wlt:
TA11 Persons Whom It May Concern. GreeUng:
whereas, a certified copy of an ordinance of Kan
Ms dry. Missouri, No. SKI, approved on the Uth
Jay of June. A. D. 1SSJ, and entitled "An ordinance
J Pde Indiana avenue from the south line of Nor
ledge Place to the north line of St. John avenue."
a by the mayor of Kansas City. Missouri, caused
to be filed In the circuit court of Jackson county.
Missouri, at Kansas City, and tie general object and
nature of said ordinance and the limits within whlcn
private property is benefited by the proposed grading
being stated and defined therein and which said or
dinance is substantially as follows, to-wlt:
L" Ordained by the Common Council of Kansas
Section i. That Indiana avenue from the south
line of Norledge Place to the north line of St. John
avenue shall be graded the full width thereof and
to the established grade of the same.
Section 2. Embankments or fills shall be made of
earth or rock, or both, comblmd. The wort herein
authorized may be protected from surface water by
temporary drains or culverts, put in under the dlrec
Uon of the board of public works, as the said board
may deem necessary, and the same may be c!oM,
removed or altered at will. In accordance with the
provisions of section 13 of article IX., charter ot
Section 3. That whenever, when embankments are
made. It shall be necessary In the opinion of the cllv
engineer, by reason of Injunction proceedings or
proper objections on the part of abutting property
owners, or for any other' similar good and sufficient
reason, to construct a wall or walls for the support
and sustaining ot any part of the street graded
(Which wall or walls shall not have been included In
the approximate esUmate for the making of the Im
provement), In the place of the usual slope given to
such embankment, the city engineer may design a
plan for a wall or walls suitable for the purpose, and
require the contractor to construct the same In ac
cordance therewith under his supervision and subject
to bis approval and acceptance, and the construction
of said wall or walls shall be deemed a necesiary
part of the work and improvement authorlied to be
made, and the cost thereof shall be estimated In and
deemed a part of the cost of grading said street to
Its legally established grade and be paid for In tr
Ci wu "nwdlngly. Provided, however, that
the price to be paid the contractor for each and all
of the materlala furnished, and fcr all labor, done In
constructing such wall or. walls shall be filed and
determined by the city engineer, and shall under no
circumstances be in excess of the actual cost of such
work, plus a reasonable sum (not to exceed ten (IcV
per centum of such actual cost), as profit on ths
expenditure Involved on the part of the contractor.
Section 4. The work shall be paid for In special
tar bills against and upon the lands that may be
charged with the cost thereof, according to law,
which work the common council deems it necessary
to have done; but the passage of this ordinance and
the doing of said work shall not render Kansas City
liable to pay for such work, or any part thereof,
otherwise than by the Issue of special tax bills.
Section 6. Wheseas. private property may be dis
turbed or damaged by the grading herein authorized
and provided for. and the owners thereof lawfully
enUtled to remuneration or damages under the con
stitution of this state and have not waived all Tight
or claim thereto, 11 Is ordered that proceedings to,
ascertain andassess all such damages or;remunera
tlon be began and carried on. and uch remuneration
or damages ascertained and assessed as provaVd In
article VIII., of the charter of said city, and the
common council prescribes and determines the limits
.within which private property Is benefited by Ue
proposed grading herein mentioned, and the limits
within which such property shall te assessed and
charged to pay such remuneratio? or damages, to be
as follows, to-wlt: Beginning at a point on the south
line of -Norledge Place 16J feet east of the east line
ot Indiana avenue, thence south and parallel to In
diana avenue to the north line of let 64, Melrose;
thence ,east IS feet: thence south and parallel to
the east Una. of Indiana avenue to the north line
of St. John avenue: thence wet along the north
line of St. John avenue to a point US.S feet west
cf the west line of Indiana avenue; thence to the
northwest" corner of lot 4, Uelro-e; thence to the
southwest corner ot lot 9, said Melrose: thence north
along the west line of said let 9 to the northwest
corner of said lot 9: thence to the southwest corner
cf lot 16. ct said Melrose; thence to the northwest
corner ot said lot 16; thence to the southwest corner
ot lot 51. said Melrose, thence north along the west
line of said lot 51 to the south line of Gladstone
boulevard; thence to a point on the north line of
Cladstone boulevard, at Its Intersection with the
west line of lot 5S, of said Melrose;. thence to north
west corner of said lot. lot SS; thence to the southwest
corner of lot 91, of Melrose: thence north along the
west line of said lot to the south line ot Norledge
Place; thence east to the place of beginning.
Section 6. All ordinances or parts of ordinances In
conflict herewith are, insomuch as they conflict with
ttrs ordinance, hereby repealed.
Now, therefore, you and each of you are hereby
notified that the sixteenth (16th) day ot July. A. D.
18SS. Is the day. and the courtroom of division. No.
to (3. of the circuit court ot Jackson county. Mis
souri, at Kansas City, at the county court house tn
Kansas City. Jackson county. Misouri. Is the place
hereby fixed by said court for the ascertaining and
assessing of damages and benefits that may arise
from said proposed grading and that unless on or
before the-day next before the day set for the hear
ing aforesaid or before the day to which said cause
may have been postponed or continued, you file with
the clerk ot sajd court your claim or claims for dam
ages, containing a description of the property claimed
to be damaged, and the Interest of the claimant
therein, you and each of yon shall be forever theie
aftcr precluded from making any claims on accourl
And the court further orders that this order be
published in each Issue of The Kansas Cltr Journal
(the sesspaper doing the city prlnUng) for "ten days,
the last insertion to be cot more, than one week
pricr'to the day therein fixed for said bearing.
And the court further orders that a copy of this
order be served as by the charter of said city pro
vided upon each and every resident of the city In
I. H. M. Stonestreet, clerk of the circuit court nr
Jackson county, Missouri, hereby certify that the
foregoing Is a true and correct ccpy ot the order
made by division No. two (!) cf the circuit court ot
Jackson county, Mlsourl, at Kansas Cltr. in the
above entitled proceeding, on the I3th day cf June
A. D. 1SSS, as the same appears ot record In my
Witness, my hand and seal of court, this id dar
ot July. A. D. 1WS. T
(Seal) H. M. STONESTIinET, Clerk-
By J. S. CHASE. Deputy Clerk!
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES-Nation-al
"Military Home, Kansas Treasurer's Of
fice, July 2, 1SJS. Sealed proposals will be
received at this office until noon. Monday.
Julv IS, 1S9S, for furnishing and delivery
of supplies at Western Branch N. H. D.
V. S.; quantities to be Increased ten per
cent, if required, during- the execution ot
Standards can be examined, and printed
instructions and specifications and blank
proposals will be supplied upon application
to this office. Samples presented by b.d
ders will not be considered unless same
are called for by specifications. TheTight
is reserved to reject any or all proposals
or to waive any informalities therein.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
indorsed: "Proposals for Supplies for N.
HI D. V. S.," and addressed to the under
signed. TV. B. SHOCKLEf,
Approved: J. G. ROWLAND,
NOTICE Is hereby given that letters of administra
tion, with the wilt annexed, on the estate ot Rachel
Helena Day, deceased, were granted to the under
signed by the probate court of the county of Jackson,
state ot Missouri, at Kansas City, on the ISth day ot
June. 1S3S. All persons having claims against said
estate are required to exhibit the same to the under
signed for allowance, within one year after the date
ot said letters, or they may be precluded from any
benefit of said estate, and If such claims be not ex
hiblted within two years from the date of this pub
Ucation they will be forever barred.
CHARLES VT. WHITEHEAD,
Administrator. With the Will '""-I
Sated this ISth day ot June, ISM.
SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue and authority ot
special executions numbered as follows, to-wlt: 13359,
214. I0SW, 11673.
22613. 22617. 2261J.
22631. 22C32. 22623, 22C24,
22646. 22631. 22652, 22631,
22C56. 22703. 23112. 23245.
23S34. 23S31. 27519. 29603.
23SSI. 23nS. 23SS9. 26664. 29217.
27513. 27520. 27533. 27539. 27344.
64S. Issued from the offlcs of the clerk
cf the circuit court of Jackson county, at Kansas
city. Missouri, returnable to the October term. 1,
of said court, and to me, as sherlSV directed and
delivered, in faor of Elateof Missouri, at the re
lation and to the use of the collector of the revenue,
within and for Jackson county, Missouri, for Etato
and county taxe3 due and delinquent against the
property hereinafter described and against the fol
lowing named parties, respectively, to-wlt: John.
Kimmons et al, Nora E. Eckert et al, Fred P. Fox.
ct al, Walter H. Porter et al. Charles D. Knapp et
al, Charles It. Lockrldge et al. Walnut Street Im
provement Company et al, J. K. Harris et al. Trad
ers' Intestment Company et al. Mamie E. Whiting
ct al. C. H. Hamn-ett et al. John Perry et al. Peter
W. McCaffrey et al. G. H. Mann et al, L. N. Leslie
it al. H H. Harries et al. John C. Tutt et si. J. 3.
Van Vorhees et al. Edwin F. Phillips et al. Frederick
Jamison et al, Albert Jamison et al. William Smyths
et al. L. W. Bram. Mrs. M. Mumford et al. Ameri
can Trust Company et al. H. H. Wlsner et al. J. M.
51. Wilson et al, A. E. Watson et al. Commonwealth
Land Company, A. Conway, 3. A. Wilson, et al.
Louise Zettler et al. D. E. Shepard et al. J. Stolbert
et al, .Mary J. Wooley et al. John L. Van Every. L.
A. Mohler et al, J. R. Brlnkley et al, William Ola
ham et al, E. W. Fisher. Winner Investment Com
pany et al. John Schnssappel, A. S Taylor et al,
James McCulIom et al. C M. Wilson, Winner In
vestment Company et al. Harry Gephart et al. Helen
Chase, Winner Investment Company et al. Nora E.
Axel et al. Wade Mount! ortt et al. L. E. Benner et at.
Sarah M. Pearson et al. Daniel C. List et al. L- N.
II. McLaughlin et al. F. Gardner et al. J. V. Estill
et al, John Bartley et al. Elmer C. Sattlcv et al, D.
Lipscomb et al, F. C. Wamky ct al. C. X. Graham
et al. E. A. R. Rlcklllt et al, J C. Turner et al.
Geo. Denney et al. F. C Weed et al. Charles P.
Ettlen et al. Citizens' Loan Trait Company et al.
Daniel Mensendick et al. William West. J. II. IlalU
C. II. Lister et al. Cltliens" Loan & Trust Company
et al, Herman Forstreuter et al, Theodore Wlnnlng
ham et al. 51. S Floyd et al, M. E. Steen et al. D.
Mensendick ct al, E. J. NIchol, Green Brothers' Se
curity Company et al, W. H. Slansou et al. W. C
Wall et al, W. H. Roll et al, E. H. Fenton et aL
John Q Adams et al, Allen O. Mason et al, Wlnne
frede O'Grady, John Hall et al. J. K. Burnham et al.
J. L. Brown et al. Sjsan M. West et al. Margaret S.
JlcLaln et al. R. Mjstow et al. Woods Brothers et al.
Nancy L. Fulton et al, Joel H. RIeger et al, Elmer
C Sattley et al, D. R. Towne et al, Elmer C Sattley,
et al, Mary Maybry et al, Emmelt A. Drake et al,
Adella F. Clayton et al, John A. Brown. Alta M.
Frame et al. C Lohrer et al, T. J.- Conn et al.
Cecelia Thomas, I have levied upon and selied all
ot the right, title, interest and estate ot each and all
of the defendants whose names are set forth In full.
In the several special execuUons above numbered and
designated. In and to the following described real
estate, all situated In the county of Jackson and
state ot Missouri, to-wlt: Lots 14. 15. 16. .17, 13. 19.
20. 21, 22. 23, 24, block 5. Pate's addition to the town
of West port: lots 3 to 12 Inclusive, block L and lots 1
to t Inclusive, block 2, In Cedar Springs addition No.
2. and lots 1 to 11 Inclusive, block 0, and 1 and' 2,
block 7, and loti 1 to 12 Inclusive, block 8, Cedar
Springs addlUon No. 2, and lots 5 to 12. block 2, Cedar
Springs addition No. 2; lot 1, Charlevoix addition In
Jackson county, Missouri, and east H ot lot 19. same
addition; an undivided x- of 7 55-100 acres, being all
ot the southeast K cf section -2. township 49, range
23. l)lng west ot Big Blue river In Jackson county,
Missouri: lot "A," In block 27: lots 1. 2. 3. 4. 5, 10,
11. 12. 14 and 13. In block 37; lots 2, 3, 4. 5. , 7. 11.
21. 21. 26. 30. in block 33: lots L 2, 7. S. 12, in block
29; lots 1, 7 and 11. In block 40: lots 1. 2. 3 and 4, In
block 41: lots 1. J. 4. 7. t, 12. 15. In block 42; lots 1.
4. In block 44: lets 1. 2. 3. in ilock 45. all ot said
lots lying and being In Centropolls. according to the
recorded plat thereof; lot 33. block 12. and lota 16 and
17. block 13. and lots 4. 5. S. 7. 8, 9. 10 and 11. Block
II. Manchester addition: lots 4 to 8 Inclusive, block U,
and lots 37. 28. 39. block 15. and lots 12 to 15. 18, 19,
21 and 24 to 27 Inclusive, block 16. and lot 40, block
15: lota 13. 14. 13 and 16. block 15. Clifton Heights:
lot 21. block 2. Clinton Place, an addition; lots US
and 29!. Phoenix Park: lots 9. 10. 11. block 4. and
lots 3. 15. IS, 19. 20 and 23. block. 5. and lots 1. 4. 6.
8, 15 and 21. block E. all In Niagara. Place: lots 26
and 27. block 2. Falrmount Park; lots 12. 13. block
"F," Rosenthal's resurvey of Blooiufield: lots 1. 2. 8,
10. 30 and 4S Inclusive. Harries & Evans addition;
lots 51. 60. 61. 84. 83, 92. 97. 9S. 9, 100. 107. 108. 109.
and 110, T. H. Edwards' South Park addition; lot 6.
J. C Morris" subdivision of Westport: lots 12 and 15.
block "F." Jameou's subdivision: lot 12. block "B."
Jameson's sutdlvlslcn: lot 1. block "B," and lot 17.
block "G," Jaireson'9 subdivision; lot 13. block 4.
Clinton Place, lot 14, block 4. same place, and lot
13. block 4, Clinton Place: let 16. block 4. and lot 17.
block 4. and lot 18. block 4. and lot 19. block 4.
Clinton Place; lots and 7, block 4. Clinton Place;
lot 21. block 2. lot 16, block 3. lot 17. block 3. Clin
ton Place: lots 29 and 21, block 4. lot 3. block S.
Clinton Place: lot S. block 5. Clinton Place, and lot
9, block 5, am place; lot 1, block 6, Clinton Place;
lots 6 and 7, block 6. Clinton Place; lot: 33. 34, 25
and 36. Commonwealth addition: lots 1. 2, 3 and 4.
Cedar Springs addition; lots 148. 149 and 150, Cedar
Springs addition; lot 95, Cedar Springs addition; lots
92. 93 and 94. Cedar Springs adUUon; lots 86. 87. ES,
S9, 10. 51, Cedar Springs addition; lots 60 ,and 61.
Cedar Springs addition; south 22 ft. of lot 29 and all
lots 40, 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48 and 16S. all In
Cdar Springs addition: lots 12. IS and 14. Cedar
Springs; lot "Z." Fairplay addition: the south 20 ft.
of the north 67 ft. ot lots 1 and 2, block 11. alro the
"vacated alley In said block. In Falrmount Park; lots
1S1 and lfS, Tv II. Edwards' South Park addition:
lots 2, 4, 11), 11 and 13. In East Eighteenth Street
addition; lets 13 and 14, East Lynne: lots 1. 9. 10. 12.
12. 23. 2L 27. 40, block 1. and lots 2. 4. 8. JS. 19. 35
and 36, blo-k.2. .Blair Place: lot 33, block S. Cllftcn
Heights, and lot 35. block 9, same addition; lot 49,
block 1. and lot 6, block 2. In Blair Place addition:
a tract beginning at the southwest corner of lot 3$.
in Bethsalda, Springs, thence running east on south
line cf said lot 120 feet to the southeast corner of said
lot 28, thence south twenty feet, thence westward
"parallel to soujh line 'of said lot 120 feet,"" thence
north 20 feet to the beginning; also a tract of land
beginning at the southeast corner of lot 22. In Beth-'
saida Springs, thence running north along the east
lice ct said lot 150 feet to the south line of Sixth
street, thence cst 26 feet, thence soJth and parallel
to the east line ot said lot 150 feet, thence' wct 26
feet to the beginning both said tracts being In
Bethaida Springs: lot 5. block 1, Ackerman Place;
undivided H ot 2 40-100 acres beginning at the south
east rorner of the northeast a, running from thence
vest 870 37-100 feet, thence north 33 feet, thence north
76 degrees and 13 minutes, east 1105 5 feet, thence
south 2S0.5 feet to the beginning. In section 22.
range 23. township 43; all east of the Kansas City
and Scnthern railway of lot 22, block 1, Clinton
Place; all east of the Kansai City and Southern rail
way of lots 23. 24. 25, 26. 27. 28. 29. 20. 31. all In
block 1, Clinton Place; lot 5. block 2. Blair Place;
let SL Troost Highlands subdivision of blocks 4, 6 and
8; lot 113, said subdivision: lot 6, block 3. Maple
wood addition: lot 38, block 11. Vanderbllt Place.; let
8, block 5, Troon Avenue Lawn; 1st 19. Catherine
Purdom's addition? lot 205. Phoenix Park; lot 1.
block 2. Pate's addition to Westport: lots 11. 12 and
13. block 2, Stevens' Place: lot 23. block 2. Lewellen
Annex: lots 22. 23, 24, 2S and 26. Lipscomb's addition
to New Santa Fe; lots 17. 1!. 21 and 23, Warnky"s
addition; lot 9. block 12. Vanderbllt Place number 2;
lot 15. block 12. same addition; lot 22, block 12. Van
derbllt riace No. 2; lot 23, block 12, same plac:
lot 24. block 11. Vanderbllt Place No. 2: lot 3, block
in. Vanderbllt Place No. 2: lot 21. block 6. Vanderbllt
Place number 2: lot 12. block 5, Vanderbllt Place
number 2; lots 10, 14, 15, blok 5. and lot 22, block
6, Vanderbllt Place No. 2: south 14 of lot 23. block
4. Vanderbllt addition No. 2; lot 44. block 14, Vander
bllt Place: lot 43, block 14. Vanderbllt Place; lots 2S
and 37, Troost Avenue Terrace: lots 13, 17, 19, 20 and
2J, In block 2., Niagara Place: lot 64. Monroe
Heights; lot 18, block 1, Wlnnlngham Park: lot 16.
block 6. Wing and Stpen Place Annex; lot 17. block
3. Wing and Steen Place Annex: lots 7. 10 and 12.
block 3, Niagara Place: lots 18 and 19, block 6,
Pate's addition to Westport: lot 156. Phoenix Place;
lot 31, block 10, Vanderbllt Place; lot 27 and 33, block
2. West Manchester; lots 36, 37, block 5, Vanderbllt
Place; south 10 feet of lot 5, Evergreen Heights
addition; lots 3, 6, 9 and 12. block 14. Gulnotte's
addition: lots 1, 2, 4. E. 7, S. 10 and 11. block 14.
Gulnotte's addition; lot 12, block 5, Pacific Place:
all south of a line drawn 23 feet south of and parallel
to center line of Missouri Pacific railway of lot 25,
block 45, in lurner and Company's addlUon; the east
52 ft. of the ma 134 8-10 feet of the sonth 974
feet of block W, Xockridge's addition: lots 10. 11. 12,
13. 14. lots 21. 22. 23. 32. 33. 34. all In West's estate
subdivision; lots 9, 15, 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 26, 27,. IS, 29,
30, 31, West estate subdivision, and the vacated alley
between -Main and Walnut streets and east of lots
15 to 23, said West's estate subdivision; lot 20, block
3. Putnam Place; lots 29. 22, 23, 24, block 2. and lots
23. 51. 52, S3. 51. 53, 56. 57. 58 and 59, block 4. Pull
roan Park; 56-100 acres beginning on the south line
of Old Independence avenue at a point 87 feet easterly
from the east line of the right of way of the Kansas
City and Southern railway, running south 8 degrees
41 minutes, east to center line ot Gooseneck creek,
thence southwardly along creek to the southwest
corner ot Juliett Place, thence northerly along north
line of said addition 295.5 feet to the south line of old
Independence avenue, thence westerly to beginning,
said tract Is In section 26. township 50, range 33; let
1. John Harris' addition to Westport: lot 1. block J,
Llewellyn Annex: lots 13 and 14. block 1, Little's
subdivision; lots 8 and 9, In block 3, lot 23, In block
10, lots 15 and 24. in block 1L lot 1. In block 14.
lot 18. In block 15, lot 18. In block 16. all being In
Troon's Plateau: lots 2 and 3, block 1. Wlghtman
and Henderson's Troost avenne addition: lots 3 and 4.
block 3. Washburn Place: lots 48 and 49 and 13 ft. of
lot 50. Warner's first addition; lots 20 and 21, block
7. Walker Bews addition; the west of lot f,
Loul3 Vogel's first addition to Westport; lot 18.
Tracy's addition; lota 1, I. 3 and 10. block 2, Steph
ens Place; the vacated part of Tracy avenne 15 feet
wide and adjoining lot 7u in Primrose Hill; reference
being made to the plats on record In the office of
the recorder ot deeds, at Kansas City, Missouri, for
said several additions and subdivisions; and 1 will,
on Saturday, the 30th day of July, A. D. 1S9J, be
tween the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon and
five o'clock In the afternoon of that day. the sale
beginning at 9.30 a. m., at the south front door ot
the county court house. In Kansas City, Jackson
county, state cf Missouri, and during the session of
said circuit court at Kansas City. Missouri, sell at
public vendue, for cash, to ths highest bidder, ail ot
the right, title. Interest and estate of each and all
cf the defendants named In said several executions,
in and to said real estate, to satisfy said executions
and costs, each cf the several lots or tracts of land
to be soli for Its own taxes scd costs
ROBEP.T S. STONE, Sherlft
Kansas City. Missouri. July Jth, 1SJS.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT NoUce is here
by given to all creditors and others Interested In the
estate ot John Hanson, deceased, that L Benjamin
Hanson, administrator ot said estate. Intend to make
a final setUemcnt thereof at the next term of "the
probate court of Jackson county, to be held at Kan
sas City. Missouri, on ths 13th day ot August. 1S9I.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTI-EMENT NoUca U Ixer
by siren to fell creditors and ethers Interested in the
estate cZ lUnry S. Klock. Jr.. deceased, tbat I. N.
n. Hand, administrator cf said estate. Intend to
Bake a final .settlement thereof air the next" term 'of
the probate court of Jackson countr. to.be -held at
Kansas Cltr, MIt-wuxL ca the Ith day of Aucust,
1US. N. H. HAND,
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Office of Board ot Election Commissioners,
July 1st. 1S3S.
To Whom It May Concern.
Take notice that by virtue and authority ot the
notification of the Republican county committee ot
Jackson county. Missouri, and by virtu and author
ity of the power vested in us by the laws ot the
state of Missouri governing the election and nomi
nation of candidates for public office, we hereby order
and direct that a, primary election of and for. the
Republican party of Kansas City. Missouri, be held
in the various voting precincts of the various wards
in said Kansas City, on Tuesday. July 12th. 19S.
between the hours of 1 o'clock p. m. and 8 o'clock"
p. m. of said day, for the purpose of nominating
candidates by a d'rect vote of the people for Juvlcs
ot the. peace and constables In the First, Second.
Third, rourth. Fifth. Sixth. Seventh and Eighth
districts In Kaw township. The candidates receiving
the highest number ot votes at said primary election
shall be declared the nominees of the said Uepub
llcan'party for the oQces as above named, to be voted
for at the general election November 8th, 1S98.
Said primary election shall also bo held for the
purpose of electing delegaua by direct. Tote to seats
as delegates to the Republican county convention to
be held at Falrmount park. In Jackson county. Mis
souri. Saturday. July 16th, 1S3S. at 10 o'clock a. m.,
for the purpose of electing a chairman ot the county
committee and members of the county committee, and
for the purpose of nominating candidates ot the Re
publican party for a representative from the First.
Second. Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth districts ot
Jackson county, and also for nominating candidates
for Judge of the county court for the Eastern district.
Judge of the county court for the Western district,
presiding Judge of the county court, two Judges of
the circuit court (divisions one and two). Judge of
the probate court. Judge or the criminal court, prose
cuting attorney, recorder ui deeds clerk of the tlr
cult court, clerk of the criminal court- county mar
shal and coroner, to be voted upon at the general
ectlon on the 8th day ot November. 1S38, and alaa
to nominate candidates for any other offices within
the county, not otherwise mentioned, which may be
filled by election by the people at said general elec
tion. Judges of ths county court for tha Eastern and
Western districts and a representative from each
of the representative districts are to be nominated by
the respective delegates within said district.
The number of delegates to which each ward Is'
entitled In said county convention and to bo voted
fcr at said primary election, the boundaries ot the
several districts, the number of voting precincts com
posing same and tha polling places therein are u
FIRST WARD Seven Delegates.
First district AU of said ward north ot 12th st.
Election precincts. 1 and Z. Polling place. 1315 SL
Second district All ot said ward south of 12th st.
Election precincts, 3 and 4. Polling place," 1511
West 12th st.
SECOND WARD Nine Delegates.
First district All ot said ward north ot 5th St. and
west of Main St.. ail of said ward north ot Mis
souri avc and east ot Main street. Election precincts,
1 and 2. Polling place, 401 Delaware at.
Second district All ot said ward south ot 5th St.
and west ot Main st., and all of said ward south ot
Missouri ave. and east of Main st. Election pre
cincts. 2. 4 and 5. Polling place. 515 Delaware St.
THIRD WARD Twenty-eight Delegates.
First district All ot said ward east ot Broadway
between 7th and 10th and 12th and llth sts. and all
of said ward east of Central st. between 10th ana
.12th sts. Election precincts, 1. 2, 7, t and J.
Polling place. 9IS Baltimore ave.
Second district All vf said ward west of Broad
way, and all ot said ward west of Central st. be
tween 10th and 12th sts. Election precincts. 3. 4, 5,
6. 10, 11 and 12. Polling place. 1116 Broadway.
FOURTH WARD Twenty-six Delegates.
First district All of said ward east ot Jefferson St.
Election precincts. 1. J. . 9 and 10. Poniog place, 6
West 14th st.
Second district All ot said ward west of Jefferson
st. Election precincts. 3. 4. 6, 6 and 7. Polling
place, 1670 Madison ave.
FIFTH WARD Fourteen Delegates.
First district All ot said ward west ot ths South
west boulevard from 21st to 23rd St., and all ot said
ward east ot the Southwest boulevard from 21st to
27th St., and 'all of said ward east ot Belleview ave.
from 27tn to 31st st. Election precincts. 1. 4, 5 and f.
Polling place. 613 West 23rd st.
Second district AH of said ward west of th South
west boulevard from 23rd to 31st St., and all of said
ward west of Belle-riew ave. from 27lh to 31st st.
Election precincts, 2, 3 and 7. Polling place. 2528
SIXTH WARD Eighteen Delegates.
First district All of snW ward east of-Cherry st.
and north of Missouri ave.. and all ot aald ward east
of Holmes st. from Missouri ave. to 6th st. Election
'precincts, 1. 2. 7 and 8. Foiling .lace. 815 Inde
Second district All ot said ward west ot Cherry st.
from Missouri ave. to the river, and all of said ward
west ot Holmes st. from Missouri ave. to 6th St.. and
all ot said v,ard west ot Charlotte St. from 6th to
3tb st- Election precincts, 3, 4, t and 6. Polling
place. 504 Independence ave.
SEVENTH WARD Twenty-nln Delegates.
First district AU of said ward east of HlrManil
ave. from Independence ave. north to the bluff, and
all of said ward east of Euclid ave. from Independ
ence ave. to 3th St. Election precincts. 5. 6 7, 8, f
10 and 11. Polling place. 2447 Independence ave. '
Second district All of said ward north ot the bluff
and all of said ward west ot Highland ave. from In
dependence ave. to the river, and all of said ward
west of Euclid Ave. from Independence are. to Cth
and 9th sts. Electloa-preclncts. 1. 2, 3, 4 and 12.
Polling place. 1126 Independence ave.
EIGHTH WARD Forty Delegates.
First district All of said ward east of Harrison
st. Election precincts, 1. 2. 3, 4, 5, 13. 14, 15 and 16.
Polling Place. 1305 East 12th St.
Second district AH of said ward west ot Harrison
street. Election precincts, , 7, 8, 10 11 'and 12.
PolUDg place. 601 East 12th rt.
NINTH WARD Ilfty Delegates.
First district All ot said ward east ot Grove st.
from 13th to 15th St., and all ot said ward east of
Troost ave. from 15th st.. to 20th st. Election pre
cincts, 1, 2. 3.. 4. 6. 17, IS, 19. 2J. 21 and 22. Polling
place. 2313 East 15th st.
Second district All at said ward west of Grove st.
from 13th to 15th st.. and all ot aald ward west of
Troost ave. from 15th to 2ltn st. Election precincts.
5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13, 14, 15 and 16. Polling place
408 East ISth st.
TENTH WARD Twenty-seven Delegates.
First district All of said ward east "of Woodland
ave. and north of 2.th St., and all of said ward east
of Forest ave. and south ot 24th st. Election pre
cincts, 1. 2. 9. 10. 11 and 12. Polling placers, e. cor
ner 2Hh and Olive sts.
Second district AU of said ward west of Woodland
ave. and north ot 24th St., and all ot said ward west
of Forest ave. and south ot 24th" St. Election pre
cincts, 3, 4, 5, S, 7 and S. Polling place, 2321
ELEVENTH WARD Eleven Delegates.
First district AU of said ward north of 39th at.
Election precincts. II. 2, 3 and 4. Palling place. 25
and 27 East 31t st.
Second district All of said ward south of 39th st.
Election precincts. 5. 6 and 7. Polling place, 3941
TWELFTH WARD Six Delegates.
First district All ot said ward east of Lydla ave.
Election precincts. 1 and 2. PolUng place, n. e. cor
ner 32nd st. and Woodland ave.
Second district AU of said ward west of Lydla ave.
Election precincts, 3 and 4. Polling place, 1104 and
1106 East 23rd it.
THIRTEENTH WARD Five Delegate.
First district All of said ward east' of Falrriew
ve. Election precinct, L Foiling place, Postofflc
Second district All of said ward west of Falnlew
ave. Election precincts, 2. 3 and 4. Polling place.
4200 East 15th St. .
FOURTEENTH" WARD Seven Delegates.
First district All ot said ward east of Brighton
ave. Election precincts, 1 and 2. Polling place, Col
umbian hall, Sheffield.
Second district All ot said ward west ot Brighton
ave. Election precincts, 3, 4 and 5. PoUlng place.
r45 Independence ave.
By direction of said Republican county committee,
only Republican voters whose names appear upon the
registration lists within the district where they offer
to vote shall vote at said primary election.
In testimony whereof, we bar hereunto set our
hands and caused to be affixed tha seal of our offic
this, the 1st day ot July. 1898.
BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS.
By H. CLAY ARNOLD, Chairman.
Att-st: J. n. HARRIS. Secretory?
PROPOSALS FOR COALDgiartment of
the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs. Wash
ington, D. C, June 30.. 1S3S. Sealed pro
posals, indorsed: "Proposals for coal." and
addressed to the Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, "Washington. D. C. will be re
ceived until 1 o'clock p. m.. of Thursday,
August 4, 1S3S. for furnishing and deliver
ing as required at the various Indian agen
cies and schools, about 2,272 tons of hard
coal: 13,123 tons soft coal, and 253 tons of
blacksmith coal; or bidders may submit
proposals for the delivery of all or any
portion of the coal at Omnha, Kansas City,
Sioux City, or St, Paul. Bids must be made
out on. government blanka Schedules show
ing the Quantities of the several kinds of
coal to be delivered at each agency and
school, together with-form of proposal and
all necessary instructions for bidding, will
be furnished upon application to the In
dian Office. Washington. D. C: to the In
dian warehouses at Nos. 77 and 79 Wooster
street. New York city, and No. 1602 State
street, Chicago, III.; to the several Indian
agents and school superintendents,- and to
the office of this newspaper.
W. A. JONES. Commissioner.
THE state ot Missouri, the county of Jackson, tha
city ot Kansas City, as. William IC Pendleton wIU
take notice that ycur property will be assessed to
compensate for the taking of private property for the
purpose specified In the ordinance of Kansas City. No.
9518. entitled "An ordinance to open and establish'
Maple avenu from Lexington avenue to the street
Immediately north ot Lexington avenue." approved
April 12th. IMS, and that a Jury will be empaneled
to make such assessment on the 5th. day of August.
A. D. 1S93. at ten ot the clock In the forenoon, at the
lower house council chamber, on the fourth floor ot
the City Hall building, on the southeast comer of
Fourth"and Main street. In Ksnsas City, Jacken
county, Missouri. Issued under the hand of the city
clerk and in seal of Kansas City, aforesaid, this 2nd
day of July. A. D. 1898. C. S. CURRY,
ISeal) City Clerk cf Kansas City. Missouri.
MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS NoUce"" I hereby
given that tha annual meeting ct ths stockholders
ot The Mouadcock Investment Company will be held
at the office ot raid company, at 829-New York Ufa
building.' In Kansa City. Missouri, on Monday, llth
day ot July, 1S38, at 9 o'clock a. m. for the purpose
ot electing directors ot the company; and the trans
action ot such other business as may properly com
before the stockholders' meeting. June 37. 1898.
GEORGE E. BELLOWS. President.
H. N. Alden. Secretary. I
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMESff AU Creditor
and others Interested In the estats ot -Thomas J.
Richards, deceased, are notified that the undersigned
administrator ot said estata Intend! to make a final
settlement ot said estate at the next term of th
probate court of Jackson county, to be holden at Kan
sas City, in said county, on the lHh day ot August.
A. O. 1S3S. U. S. KlUUiUWudJLUUBLSU,Ur.
E. .' Gamett, Attorney.
IN the Circuit emirt nt .TirVum mtintv. !!atrl
Kansas City, division No. two (2). case No. 32315.
In the matter ot the proceeding tn ascertain and as
sess iamages and benefits to arise from tha proposed
grading of Windsor avenue from the east line ot
Gladstone boulevaid to Bales avenue. In Kansas City,
Jackson county. Missouri, under ordinance of said
Kansas City. No. saa. approved on the ISth day ct
June. A. D. 1S3S. and entitled "An ordinance to
grade Windsor avenue from tha east line ot Glad
stone boulevard to Bales avenue." Now. on this,
the 25th day of June. A. D. 1S93. In this, the circuit
court of Jackson county, Missouri, at Kansas City,
division cumber two (2). comes Kansas City, Mis
souri. apparlng by Its assistant counselor. S. S.
Winn. Esq.. and shows to the court that its taaycr
has heretofore caused to be filed In this court a cer
tified copy cf the aforesaid ordinance, and the court.
being fully advised In the premises, makes the fol
lowing order herein, to-wlt:
To All, Persons Whom It May Concern. Greeting:
Whereas. A certified copy of an ordinance of Kan
as City, Missouri, No. 9920, approved on the ISth day
o. June. A. D. 19S. and entitled "An ordinance to
grade Windsor avenue from the east line ot Gladstone
boulevard to Bales avenue." was. by the mayor of
Kansas City. Missouri, caused to be filed In the cir
cuit court of Jackson county. Missouri, at Kansas
City, and the general object and nature of said ordi
nance and the lln-lu within which private property
la benefited by the proposed grading being stated and
defined therein, and which said ordinance Is substan
tially as follows, to-wlt:
Be, It Ordained by th Common Council ct Kansas
Section 1. That Windsor avenue from the east line
of Gladstone boulevard to Bales avenue shall be
graded the full width thereof and to th established
grade of the same.
Section 2. Embankments or fills shall be made ct
earth or rock, or both combined. The work herein
authorized may be protected from surface water by
temporary drains or culverts, put In under the direc
tion of the board of public works, as the said board
niay deem necessaiy, and the same may be closed, re
moved or altered at will, in accordance with the pro
visions of section 13 ot article IX.. Charter ot Kansas
Section 3. That whenever, when embankments sre
made, lt shall be necessary. In the opinion ot tbe
city engineer, by reason of Injunction proceedings or
proper objections on the part of abutting property
owners, or for any other similar good and sufficient
reason, to construct a wall or walls for th suppert
and sustaining of any part of the street graded
(which wall or walls shall not have been Included In
th approximate estimate for the making ot the im
provement). In the place ot the usual slop given to
such embankment, the city engineer may design a
plan for a wall or walls suitable for th purpose, anl
require the contractor to construct the same in ac
cordance therewith under his supervision and suoject
to his appiottl and acceptance, and the construction
of said vall or walls shall be deemed a accessary
part cf tb work and Improvement authorized to b
n ade. and the cost thereof shall be estimated in and
deemed a part of the cost cf grading said street to
its legally established grade, and be paid for in spe
cial tax bills accordingly. Provided, however, that
the pric to be paid the contractor tor each and mil
of the materials tu.-nlshed, and for all labor don in
constructing such wall or walls shall be fixed and de
termined by the city engineer, and shall under no
circumstances be in excess of the actual cost ot such
work, plus a reasonable aum (not to exceed ten 110
per centum of such actual cost), as profit on th ex
penditure Involted on the part of the contractor.
Section 4. Th work shall be paid tor la special
tax' bills against and upon the lands that may be
charged with ths cost thereof, according to law.
which work the common council deems it necessary
to have done; but th passage ot this ordinance nnd
tha doing ot aald work shall not render Kansas City
liable to pay for such work, or any part thereof,
otherwise than by th Issue of special tax bills.
Section c. Whereas, private property may be dis
turbed or damaged by th grading herein authorized
nd provided for, and the owners thereof lawfully en
titled to remuneration or damages under the consti
tution of thla state, and have not waived all right or
claim thereto, lt Is ordered that proceedings to ascer
tain and assess all such damages or remuneration ba
begun and carried on. and such remuneration or
damages ascertained and assessed a provided In arti
cle VHL. ot th charter of said city, and the common
ccuncll prescribes and determines the limits within
which private property Is benefited by the proposed
grading herein mentioned, and th limits within
which auch' property shall b assessed and charged to
pay such remuneration or damages, to be as follows,
to-wlt: Beginning at! a point on th east line ot
Bale3 avenue 150 feet north of the north line of
Windsor avenne; thenc west and parallel to the
north lie ot Windsor avenu to the east lin of
Gladstone boulevard: thenc southerly along the
easterly lie of Gladston boulevard to a point 150
feet sonth of the scutb. line of Windsor avenue:
thence vast and parallel to the sonth line of Windsor
avenue to the west Una ot Bales avenue; thence north
along the west lln of Balea avenu to th place fit
Section C All ordinances or parts of ordinances la
conflict herewith are. Insomuch as they conflict with
this ordinance, hereby repealed.
Now, therefore, you, and each of you, are hereby
nctified that th ICth day ot July. A. D. ISO?. Is th
day, and the court room ot division No. two (2). ot
the circuit court of Jackson county. Missouri, at Kan
sas City, at th county court house in Kansas City.
Jackson county. Missouri, Is the place hereby fixed
by said court for th ascertaining and assessing- of
damages and benefits that may arise from said pro
posed grcdlng. and that, unless on or before th day
next before th day set for th hearing aforesaid or
before th day to which said cause may have been
postponed or continued, you file with the clerk of
said court your claim or claims for damages, contain
ing m description of the property claimed to be dam
aged, and the Interest ot the claimant therein, you,
and each of you. shall be forever thereafter preclud
ed from making any claims on account thereof.
And the court further orders that this order be pub
lished in each Issue of The Kansas City Journal (th
newspaper doing the city printing) for ten days, the
last Insertion to be not more than on week prior to
the day therein fixed for said hearing.
And the court further orders that a copy ot this or
der be served as by the charter ot said city provided
upon each and eery resident t the city Interested
I, H. H. Stonestreet, clerk of the circuit court ct
Jackson county, Missouri, hereby certify that th
foregoing I a true and correct copy of the order
made by division No. two (2) ot the circuit court ot
Jackson county. Missouri, at Kansas City, In th
above enUtled proceeding on.th 25th day ot June.
A. D. 1S98. as the same appears of record In my office.
Witness my hand and sal ot court this 2d day ot
July. A. D. 1S3S. H. M- STONESTREET.-CIerk.
tSeal By J. S. CHASE. Deputy Clerk.
WHEREAS, Christine Klein and Louis Klein, her
husband, by their deed ot trust dated the seventh
day of August, 1S94, and recorded on tbe 2(th day
ct September. 1894, In the office ot the recorder ot
deeds ot Jackson county, Missouri, at Kansas City,
In book B, number C68. at page 183. conveyed to
Oliver H. Dean, trustee, the real estate lying in
th county ot Jackson, state ot Missouri, described
as follows, to-wlt: AU ot lot numbered sixteen (IS).
In block lettered "D." in Karnes and Ess' addi
tion to the City of Kansas (now Kansas City). Mis
souri, as said lot Is marked and designated on tbe
recorded plat of said addition on file and ot record
In the omce of the recorder of deeds ot Jackson
county, Missouri, at Kansas City, In trust to secure
the payment of the principal promissory note and In
terest thereon In said deed of trust described; and.
whereas, default has been made in tho payment of
the Interest on said note falling due August 7th.
1SSS, February 7th. 1S97. August 7th. 1S3T. and
February 7th, 18SS, by reason whereof th whole of
the Indebtedness secured by said deed of trust has
become due and payable: now, therefore, public
notice is hereby given that, by Tlrtue of the powers
vested In me by said deed of trust, I, the under
signed, Oliver H. Dean, trustee, at the request ot
the legal holder ot said Indebtedness, will, on Sat
urday, tbe sixth day of August. 1898, between ths
hours of nine o'clock a. m. and live o'clock pv m.,
sell the real estate hereinabove described at publts
vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash, at th front
door (said front door being ths south door) of the
building now U3ed by th state circuit court ot
Jackson county. Mo., as a court hcuse tn Kansas
City, Mo., said building being located on th block ot
ground between Oak and Locust streets and Missouri
avenue and Fifth street. In Kansas City. In the
county of Jackson, stmt ot Missouri, for the purpos
of discharging the debt secured by said deed ot trust,
the Interest thereon and the cost of this trust.
OLIVER H. DEAN. Trustee.
This will appear on ths morning of the day ot sal
and not in the afternoon, after the sale is made.
PAVING RESOLUTION NO. 1712.
Paving Resolution No. 1712 Notice to property
owners on Central street from 17th street to th
City Clerk's Offlc. Kansas Cltr, Mo-. July 8th. 1S98.
A resolution declaring th work ot paving Central
street from the south line or Seventeenth (17th) street
to the north line ot Southwest boulevard to be neces
sary. Be lt resolved, by the lower house of the common
council ot I'ansaa City, th upper house concurring
The common council llnda and declares the work of
paving" Central street from the south Una of Seven
teenth (17th) street to ths north Una of Southwest
boulevard the full width thereof, exclusive ot all
sidewalks ot legally established widths, and ot th
Intersections of Eighteenth (18) and Twentieth (20)
streets, to be necessary. In accordance with the pro
visions of section 2. article IX.. ot the Amended
Charter of Kansas City; such work and Improvements
to consist as follows, to-wlt: A wearing surface of
Dlamcnd vitrified paving brick laid on a foundation
of six (fi) Inches of concrete and two (2) Inches ot
sand, th spaces between the brick to be filled with
Portland cement grout, th cost ot said work not to
exceed 'he sum of on dollar and fifty (SL59) cents
per square yard, said pavement to be constructed of
such materials and In such manner that th same
shall endure, without the need of any repairs, for a
period. ot five (5) years from th completion thereof.
Adopted June 2. 18J8. A. D. BURROWS.
Speaker Lower Hons of the Common Council.
Adopted July , 138. JOHN T. SEDDOX.
Acting President UpperHousot the Common CounclL
Attest: C. 3. CTJRRY. City Clerk.
Seal By E. A. NORRIS, Deputy.
CONDEMNATION NOTICE Th state ot Missouri,
the county ot Jackson, the city ot Kansas City, ss.
Jone V. Carpenter, Alex Fraser. Robert McCunly
Lord. Jr.. Henry J. Lord, John C. Larwlli. Ida F.
Toung. will take notic that your property will bo
assessed to compensate tor the taking of private
property tor the purpose specified In the ordinance
of Kansas City, No. 9.507. entitled "an ordinance
to open and establish Thirty-first (31st) street from
Brooklyn avenue to Prospect avenue." approved April
12th. 1838. and that a Jury will be empaneled to
make such assessment on the Stn day of August.
A. D. 1898. at ten of ths clock In the forenoon, at
the lower hous council chamber, on the fourth Doit
ot the city hall building, on tha southeast corner ot
Fourth and Main streets, in Kansas City, Jackson
Issued 'under th hand ot the city clerk and S3
seal of Kansas City, aforesaid, thla (th day of July,
A. D. 1SS8. C S. CURRY.
(Seal) City Clerk of Kansas City. Mo.
CONDEMNATION NOTICE The Ut of Missouri,
tha county ot Jackson, the city ot Kansas City. s.
Alex Fraser. John C. Larwlli. will taks notice that
your property will be taken for the purpose specified
In the ordinance ot Kansas City. No. 5.507. entitled.
"an ordinance to open and establish Thirty-first (31st)
street from Brooklyn avenua to Prospct avenue."
approved April 12th, 1833, and that a Jury will e
empaneled to ascertain th compensation therefor on
the tth day ot August. A. D. IMS. at ten of th
clock In th forenoon, at th lower house council
chamber, on the fourth floor of. the city hall building,
on tha southeast corner of Fourth and Main streets.
In Kansas City, Jackson county. Missouri.
Issued under the band ot tha city clerk and th
seal of Kansas City, aforesaid, this (th day of July,
A. D. 18S8. a S. CURRY.
(Seal) ety Clerk of xtaasu City, Ka.
BEFORE Theodore S. Cae. Justice at th nu In-
and for Kaw township. Jackson county. Missouri-."
Patrick IL Madden, administrator, with the wUl an
nexed of Jenkins W. Morris, deceased, plaintiff, vs.
Augustine Fitzgerald (formerly Augustine Bunz) anil
Edward Fitzgerald, husband ot AugusUne FlBgerald:
Annie Bunz, Oig Bunz, Alice Bunz. Pearl Buna
and Jacob Bunz. minors, and Augustln Fitzgerald,
guardian ot said minors. Annie Bjaz. Olge Bunz.
Alice Bunz. Pearl Bunz and Jacob Bunz; William
haw. trustee for George Harrison: George Harrison.
Georga Beck, trustee for Robert W. Quarles, and
Robert W. Quarles. defendants. New on this 21th
day ct May. 1S98. comes tha abov named plaintiff,
and It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that
the above named defendants. William Shaw, trusie
fcr George Harrison, and George Harrison, are un
known to plaintiff, or can-residents of th- state ot
Missouri, so that they rannot be served with ordi
nary prucess of summons, tha following order wan
made by the court: To William Shaw, trustee fcr
George Harrison, and George Harrison: You and
each of ycu are hereby uoUfied that the above named
plaintiff has commenced a suit against ou and th
other defendants above named before Theodcre S.
Case. Justice ot the peace In and tar Kaw township.
Jackson ccunty. Missouri, the object and general na
ture of which Is to en'otce the payment of a special
tax bill for the paving of Grant avenue, in Kansas
City. Missouri, from, Independence ave-ue la Seventh
(7th) strett, and to charge tb south twenty-ftva (25)
fet ot lot eight (8). block three (3). McDanlel'i ad
dition to the City of Kansas, now Kansas City. Mis
souri, with the payment ct said tax bill, to-wlt: Th
sum ct eighty-five and 56-100 (IS5.5S) dollars, wtta
Interest thereon at th rate of ten (10-pr cent per
annum from tbe 23rd day of December. 1S93; and you
are further notified that unless ou be and appear at
the office ot the undersigned Justice ot th peace, la
Kansas City. Jackson county. Missouri, en the 1st
day of Aigust, 1133. at 7 o'clock a. m. ot said day.
and make defence to said suit, said petition wiU s
taken as confessed and Judgment rendered accord
Ingly and said property, above described, b sold la
satisfy the same. It Is further ordered that a copy
hereof be published, as the law requires. In Th
Kansas City Journal, a newspaper published in Kan
sas City. Jacksun county, Missouri.
A true copy. A.ttst: THEODORE S. CASE.
Justice or th Peace, Kaw Township. Jackson County,
KENNETH M-C. DeWEESE. Attorney for Plaintiff.
BEFORE Theodore S. Case, justice ot tha peac in
and tor Kaw township. Jackson county. Missouri.
Patrick H. Madden, plaintiff, vs. F. G. Barber, de
fendant. Now. on thla 15th day ot Jon. 1&9S. com:
the above named plaintiff, and it appearing to th
satisfaction of the court that th abov named de
fendant, F. G. Barber. Is unknown to plaintiff and
is a non-resident ot tha state ot Missouri, so that h
cannot b served with ordinary process of summons,
the following order was mad by tha court: To th
abov named defeidant, F. G. Barber: You ar
hereby noUfled that the abov named plaintiff has
commenced a suit against you before Theodore S.
Case. Justic of th peace in and for Kaw townaalp,
Jackson county, Missouri, th object and general na
ture of whlcn Is to enforce the lien and payment of
the fourth and last Installment of a special tax bill
for paving Main street front Twelfth (12th) street t
Nineteenth (19th) street. a business street, and ta
charge tha etst on hundred and thirteen and ene
half 013H) feet ot lot thru hundred and nine (309).
In block twenty-four (2i). UcCee'a addition to th
City ot Kansas, now Kansas City. Jackson county.
Missouri, with tha payment ot aald install
ment of said tax bill, to-wlt: Tho aum of thirty
seven'acd 2-100 (337.02) dollars, with Interest thereon
from tha 21st day of May. 1897. at tha rata of tea
(10) per cent per annum. And you are further noti
fied that unless you ba and appear at tha otSc ot
the undersigned Justice of the peace. In and for Kaw
township. Jackson county. Missouri, of tha 1st day
of August, at 7 o'clock a. m. of said day. 189S. and
make defense ta aald suit, said petition will be taken
as confessed and Judgment rendered accordingly anal
aald property above-described will bo sold to saUsry
the same. It la further ordered that a copy hereof
b published, as the law requires. In Th Kansas City
Journal, a newspaper published In i"! City, Jack
son county, Missouri.
A true copy. Attest: THEODORE S. CASH
Justice of tha Peace. Kaw Township. Jackson Countr.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX BILLS Board ot Pub
lic Works. Department of Engineering. KlTTTfft
Cltr. Mo.. July. 6th, 1S9S. Public notice is hereby
given that special tax bills amounting to $72.00 were
Issued from this office. on tha (th day at July. 183a.
to Wallace Ford, contractor, for completing tha fol
lowing public improvements, viz.: Constructing
pressed brick sidewalks on west aid ot Cherry
street from the line of curb on the north side ot
Missouri avenue to alley north ot Missouri avenue,
as provided by ordinance No. 8612.
If said tax bills are not pali on er before tha tth
day of August, 1898. they wIU bear Interest at th
rate of 10 per centum per annum from data ot issue.
July (. IMS. Bills may b found at N". Y. Ufa
bldg., with C. E. Burnham.
After payment, the bills must ba presented at
city treasurer's cfllce' te ba satlfied of record.
HENRY A. WISE. City Engineer.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX BILLS Board of Pub
lic Works, Department ot Engineering. Pimm City,
Mo., July 6th. 1S98. Public notice Is hereby given
that special tax bills amounting to 3334.93 were Is
sued from this office on the 6th day of July. 1S9S. ta
Phoenix Cut Stone Co., contractor, for completing
the following public Improvements, -vix.: Construct
ing natural stone sldewalks.on south side at Fifteenth
(15th) street from the1ine of curb on tha east Bid
ot Lydia avenua to tha Una of curb on the west
side of Grove street, a provided by ordlnanca Na.
It said tax blUs are not paid on er before th (th
day of August. 1893, they will bear Interest at tna
rate of 10 per centum per annum from data ot Issue.
July 6th, 1S93. Bills may ba found with Fhocelz
Cut Stone Company.
After payment, tha bills must be presented at
city treasurer'r-ofSce to ba satisfied of record.
HENRY A. WISE. City Engineer.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX BILLS Board of Pub
lie Works. Department ot Engineering. Kansas City
Mo.. July 6th, 1S9S. Public notice is hereby given
that special tax bills amounting ta 1782.02 were Issued
from this office on the 6th day ot July. 1S9S. to M.
Rowland, contractor, for completing tha following
public improvements, viz.: Curbing beta aides or
Seventh (7th) street from tha Una of curb on th
east side ot Woodland avenua to th line ot curb oa
the west side of Garfield avenua. as provided by
ordlnanca No. 9259.
ir said tax bills are not paid on or before tha (ta
day of August, 1S9S, they will bear Interest at th
rata ot 10 per centum per annum from data ot Issue
July 6th, 1S98. Bill may be found with J. S.
After payment, the bills must ba presented at
city treasurer'a office to ba satisfied of record.
HENRY A. wise. City Engineer.
NOTICE OF SPECTAL TAX BILLS Board ot Pub
lic Works. Department of Engineering. Kansas city
Mo., July (th. 1S93. Public notice Is hereby given
that special tax bill amounting to 3672.49 were Issued
from this office on tha 6th day of July, 1898. to S. F
Schroeder. contractor, for completing tha followm
public Improvements, viz.: Pavtng the alley be
tween Wyandotte street and Central street from tha
south line ot Eleventh (llth) street t tha north Una
of Twelfth (12th) street. In compllanc with ordi
nance No. StSi.
If said tax bills are not paid on or before th (th
day of August, 1S9S. they will bear Interest at the
rate cf 7 per centum per annum from data ot issue.
July 6th. 1898. Bills may ba found at K. as P. tIdxT!
with James Glennon
After payment, tha bill must ba presented at
city treasurer's office to ba satisfied of record.
HENRY A. WISE. City Engineer.
NOTICE Is hereby given that letters of administra
tion as surviving partner on th partnership estata ot
Cottlngham Brothers, lit firm, John R. Cottlngham,
deceased, were granted to th undersigned by th
probate court of the county ot Jackson, stat of
Missouri, at Kansas City, on tha 2Sth day of June
1S93. All persons having claims against said part
nership estate are required ta exhibit tha same ta tha
undersigned for allowance, within on year afur
th data ot said letters, or they may ba precluded
from any "benefit of said 'estate, and if such claims
ba not exhibited within two years from tha data at
this publication they will ba forever barred.
Dated this 2Slh day ot June. 1993.
ARNOLD D. COTTTNaHAM.
Surviving partner of lata firm ot Cottlngham Bros.
NOTICE Is hereby given that letters- at administra
tion on th estate of William H. Moreland. deceased,
were granted to the undersigned by tha probata court
ot the county of Jackson, stats ot Missouri, at Kan
sas City, ou ths 2d day ot June. 1833. All persona
having claims against said cstat are required to ex
hibit tha aame to tha undersigned for allowance,
within en year after tha data of said letter, cr
they may ba precluded from any benefit of said es
tate, and it auch claims be not exhibited within
two years from th dat ot this publication thu
will b forever btrred.
LOCTNDA MORELAND. Administratrix,
Dated this 2d Pay ot June. 1898.
IN the probata court ot Jackson county. Missouri.
In ths matter at tha estata of Edmond Taylor, da
ceased. W. T. New, administrator of the estate of
Edmond Taylor, deceased, gives notice that oa th
25th day ct July. 1898. or as soon thereafter aa th
court can hear th aame. h will apply to tha
probate court of Jackson county. Missouri, at Kansas
City, to resign his letters of administration herein.
AU persons are hereby notified to appear upon said
day. in the above entitled court and ahow causa
why this application should not be granted.
W. T. NEW. Administrator.
Reed & Reed. Attorneys.
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of administra
tion on the estate of Hector Llthow. deceased, were
granted to the undersigned by the probate court of
the county of Jackson, state of Missouri, at Kansas
City on tha 7th day ot July, 1898. AH persons hav
ing claims against said estate are required to exhibit
the same to the undersigned for allowance, within
one year after tha dat of said letters, or they may
be precluded from any benefit of said estate, and lt
such claims be not exhibited within two year from
the dat of this publication they will ba forever
tarred. CELESTIA E. LITHGOW, Admx.
Dated this 7th day ot July. lSg.
NOTICE la hereby given that letters testamentary
on the estate of James H. Sloan, deceased, vrer
granted to the undersigned by tha probate court ot
the county of Jackson, state ot Missouri, at Kansaa
City, on tha 7th day of July. lSJi All persons hav
ing claims against said estate are required to exhibit
the same to the undersigned for allowance, within
one year after tha date of said letters, or they may
be precluded from any benefit ct said estate, and lt
such claims be not exhibited within two years front
the dat of this publication they will ba forever
barred. MARY E. SLOAN. Executrix.
Dated this 7th day cf Jnly. 1J9S.
NOTICE Is hereby given to all the creditors ot S.
L. Mills, doing business as Mills Commission Com
pany, that I will, on th 8th day of August, 1S33, at
the offices of Hamnef, Hardin and Hamner, In room
565. Sheldley bldg.. In Kansas City. Jackson county.
Missouri, proceed publicly to adjust and allow de
mands against th estata and effects assigned to m
bv the Mills Commission Company for tha benefit of
all the creditors and will continue said hearing dur
ing two consecutive day thereafter.
J. B. HAMNER.
Assignee of S. L. Mills, doing business as Mills
NOTICE. Is hereby given ta all the creditors ot tha
C S. Lea Commission Company that I wtu. ca tha
8th day ot August, 1898, at tha offices of Hamner.
Hardin and Hamner. in room 5(5. Sheldley bldg.. In
Kansaa City. Jackson county. Mo., proceed publicly
to adjust and allow demands against tha estata and
effects assigned to me by tha C S. Lee Commission
Company for tha benefit ot creditors and will con
tinue aald heartng during two consecutive days
thereafter. J. B. HAMNER.
Aalgnaa of th C. S. law Cossmlaxiaa Company,
. SALE IN PARTITION" Where.- decree op par
tition and order of sale were rendered and, mad ua
"and by th circuit court of Jackson county. Missouri,
at Kansas City, at the April term thereof. 1S93. oa
tha 33th day of said term. It being the 2Sth day ot
May. IKS. In a certain case In said court pending.
wherein Seneca D Powell Is plaintiff and W. W.
Burns. William Wilkes Burns (Charley Janes Banal
and (Lucien Powell Burns) are defendants, sail
cause being numbered 3HH; and. whereas. I. J. M.
Philips, by said decree was appointed special com
missioner tn sell the real estate in said decree de
scribed in the Lame manner as la provided by law
for the sale ot real estate under execution and t
report such sale to said court; therefore, by virtue
of said decree and cnler. I will, on Saturday, the
3Cth day of July. 1S93. between the hours ot J o'clock in
the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of that
day. at the south, front door of the county court house.
In Kansas City. Jackson county. Missouri, and during
the session of said circuit court, at City, sell
at public vendue, for cash, all the right, title. In
trest and estate of all the above named parties la
said suit in and to the real estate in said decree and
order described, situated In the county of Jackson,
state ot Missouri, and described aa follows, to-wlt:
la Jackson county Beginning at a point seventy-five
and eighty-eight one hundredths feet west ot ue
southwest comer of Olive street and Independence
avenne, in Kansas City: the?ce south on hundred
and eighty-five feet to a point seventy-one and one
tenth feet west of the west lln ot Olive street:
thence west seventy-two and eighty-three on
hundredths feet; thence northerly one hundred and
eighty-five feet to a point eighty feet west of the
point ot beginning; thenc eighty feet east to th
place of beginning, all in section four, townshla
forty-nine, range thirty-three. (2) The west half ot
lot two, of Woodson and Maxwell's addlUon ta th
City of Independence, as the same is marked and
designated on the recorded plat thereof. (I) Begin
ning at the northeast corner ot the southwest quar
ter of the southeast quarter of section six. townshlj)
forty-seven, range thlrtj-one. in the town of Le"a
Summit: thence west three hundred and seven and
Eve-tenths feet: then north two hundred and nlnety
nve feet: thence east one hundred and forty-seven
and five-tenths feet; thenc north four and three
teenths feet: thence east dm hnmlfl , r--
thence south ta the clir nt h-,nin tt Vn-
elght, nine and ten. block twelve. Howard's addition 1 1
vt cue town ct te's summit, as the same are markedj I
uu ucKigoaiea on we recoraea plat thereof. At
the following described real estate situate In C
county. Missouri, and described as follows, ta--
In Cass rtanty (1) The northeast quarter off
Hon eleven, township forty-five, range thirty-
(2) The A. H. Powell farm adjoining the towj
Pleasant Hill ca the west and described a foil
The south half of the north halt and the south
of the southeast quarter of section 24. townshtpl
range 31; aUo five and three-eighths acres bounf
as tollews: Beginning at a point on hundreili
twenty rods north ot the southeast corner ot te
section 2; thence west eighty rods; thenc nort-
. . ...... .v,, . uumiu uua. uju KJUUli
astcrly to th nlac of herinnlnr. Alia one hnnrtmr.
and fiv acres, more or less, bounded aa follows: BeJ' I
tn.l.. .. .4.. . . . ... . J I
u.u mi,j iiu. wuui Kuu lunj'iwo roa wesc I
of the centar at section nineteen. tawnhl 4 rnrm I
20; thane north thtrtr-atx and fortv-slx en ins -1 1
dredlha chains; thence north seventy-one and one-halti
uegrtea; west tmrty ana nurtren on hundredth
chains; thenc south twenty-two and one-half de
grees; west thirty-six and nlacty-an hundredth . I
cuius; meuce soutn sevnty-nv aegrees: east tweu-ty-ono
and thirty-seven one hundredths chains:
thence tut eighty-seven Unks: thence north one
and sixty-three one hundredths chants; thence east
seven and seventy-five an hundredths chains; thence
south one and slxty-thre one hundredths chains:
thence east elevn and ninety-three one hundredths
chains to the place ot beginning. Also two acres
situated In the northwest quarter of section nineteen,
and bounded oa th west by th range Una betweea
ranges 30 and 31. the west, north and cast lines
thereof forming three aides et a parallelogram and tha
other aid resting on ths north lln ot the last named
tract. Also tha northeast quarter of section 23 and
that part ot the west halt of th southeast quarter
ot section 25 lying north at th right-of-way ot the
Atchison. Topeka & Santa F railroad. Also th
east halt ot tha east naif ot tha northwest quarter
cf section 25. except three and ana-half acres, more or
less. lying west ot the HarrlsonvIIIa and Pleasant
Hill road, all of aald land described being In said
section 25, township 41. range 37. Also twelve and
cue-halt acres off tha south end of a tract ot land
bounded aa follows: Beginning one hundred and
twenty rod east of the quarter section earners be
tween sections twenty-flve and twenty-alx; thenc
north cue hundred and flfty-four rods to a creea:
thenc west along said creek to a point twenty-thre)
and one-half rods west ot the east boundary lln:
thenc south one hundred and Sve rods; thence east
twenty-three and one-half rods ta th place at be
ginning. Also three and three-eighths acres bounded
as fellows: Beginning fiv reds north of th south
wen corner of th southeast quarter of th north
west quarter at said section 25. township- 4s, rang
31; thence east sixteen and one-half rods; thence
north thlrty-thre rods and three links; then west
sixteen and one-half rods; thence south ta th place
ot beginning. Also forty-two and ene-halt acres
bounded aa follows: Beginning at the center of said
section 25: thence south eighty rods; thenc west
elghty-thre and alx-seventeenths rods; thenc north,
elguty-fiv rods; thenc east forty-two and alx-sev-enuentlia
rods; thence south fiv rods; thenc east ta
th place ct beginning, being tha same land aa that
described In book 77. at page Its. in the warranty
deed from John Duckworth and wlf to Augustus H.
roweli. and again In book 77. at sag 233. In ths
trustee's deed from said Duckworth to said Powell.
And will report such sal to said court for approval
and confirmation and upon th approval and eonflnna
tion by said court of auch sal as may ba made. I
shall make deed conveying all ths Interests of all
th parties to aald suit and of all persons eUlmlne
by them, or under them, la said land, to the cur
chasers at said sal. JOHJT M. PHTIJP3.
SHERIFF'S SALE By virtu and authority at ex
ecution No. 31O0. issued from th oSScs at th clerk of
the circuit court of Jacksaa county, at FirTtf City.
Missouri, returnable to the October tens, 1891, of said
court, -and to me. ss sheriff, directed ssd deUrsred
In favor ot Great Western Manufacturing Company,
against John Schne!dr. I hav levied upon and seized
all Use right, title, interest and estate of said de
fendant, John Schneider, in and to the following de
scribed real estate, situated In th county of Jackson,
and state of Missouri, to-wlt: AU of th south half
(H) ot th south halt 5i) of the southwest quarter
(H) of section four (4). township forty-eight (48),
rang thirty-three (33), except Ave (5) seres, la ths
southeast corner of th above described tract, bound
ed as follows: Beginning st the southeast corner
thereof and running west six hundred and sixty (SO)
feet, thenc north three hundred and thirty (330),
thence east six hundred and sixty (MO) test, thanca
south three hundred and thirty (330) tret to th point
ot beginning: and I will, oa Saturday, th llth day
of July, A. D. 1898. between the hours at ntns o'clocst
In the forenoon and Br o'clock In tha afternoon of
that day. at the south front door off ths county court
house, in Kansas City, Jackson countr. stat ot Mis
souri, and during th session st said circuit court at
Kansas City. Missouri, seU at public vendue, tor
cash, to a highest bidder, all th right, title. Inter
est and stat at th above named defendant. Jena,
Schneider. In and to said real estate to satisfy said
execution and costs. ROBERT S. STONE. Sheriff.
Kansas City. Mo.. June 20th, 1898.
SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE By virtu and,
authority of a decree In partition and order ot sals)
mad by th circuit court of Jackson county, stats eg
Missouri, division No. 3. held In Kansas city on tha,
4th ot May. ISM. In a cans pending therein (dock!
number 33005). wherein Frank Hawkins. Junior;
Frank R- McLean. John H. McLean. Le D. McLean,
and Salll F. McLean are plaintiffs, and Harry F
Vorles and Edwia A. Kraathoff are defendants, af
fecting th foUowlng described real estate, situated'.
In th county ot Jackson and stat ot Missouri, to
wlt: Lots E. F, O and H. la th resurvey ot tha
southern 129 feet at block one (1) and the northern,
200 feet ot block four (4), of Brlgham'a third addition,
to the City ot Kansas (now Kansas City), ss tha
same are dealgnated on the recorded plat thereof im
the office ot the recorder ot deeds for Jackson county
Missouri. I. as special commissioner appointed by
said ceurt by said decree and order, will, on Satur
day, th 23rd day ot July. 1393. between th hours
ot 9 o'clock la tha forenoon and 5 o'clock la ths aftar
nooa ot that day. at tha south front -door of th coun
ty court nous In Kansas Crty. Jackson county, stata
of Missouri, and during the session off aald circuit,
court at Kansas City. Missouri, sell at public vendue,
tor cash, to the highest bidder, all ot ths right, title,
interest snd estate ot the abov named plaintiffs Ibj
and to said real estate, subject ta ths rights off defend
ants under a deed of trust affecting aald real estate
JOHN R. HAMILTON. 8pclal Commlssioaer
Jans 29. 1899.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Notic 1 hereby giv
en that there will be a meeting at the stockholder
of The Citizens National bank, off Kansas dry.
iiissourl. at ten o'clock In ths mornrne of Tkiin
July 28th. 1S9S. at tha banking house off The Unloa
National bank, of Kansaa City. Missouri, for ths
purpose ot voting upon th proposition of said Tha
Citizens National bank, ct Kansas City. Missouri,
going Into voluntary 'liquidation, and for tha trans
action of such other business as may properly coma
before said meeting. By order off ths board off dl
rectors. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF KANSAS
By 8. J. FrrZHUGH, President.
W. H. SEEGER. Cashier.
Dated this 25th day ot June. 1S98.
NOTICE la hereby given that letters testamentary
en th estate off Cslvln D. McDonald, deceased, wars,
granted to th undersigned by the probate court et
the ccunty of Jackson, stats of Missouri, at Kansas
City, on th 27th day ot June. 1S9S. Alt persona hav
ing claims agslnvt said estate are required to exhibit
the asm to th undersigned for allowance, within
one year after the date of said letters, or they may
be precluded from any benefit of sajd estate and If
such claims be not exhibited within two year from
th dat of this publication they will be fcreves
barred. CHCTT McDO.VALD.
park l. Mcdonald.
Dated this 27th day of June, 1S9J, Executors,
James C. RIeger. Attorney.
NOTICE la hereby given that letters testamentary
en the estate off Ellen Hanley. deceased, war granted
to the undersigned by the probata court ot the
county ot Jackson, state ot Missouri, at Kansas
City, on the 27th day of June. list. AH persona
having claims against said estate are required to ex
hibit the same to the undersigned for allowance
within one year after the date ot said letters, of
they may be precluded from any benefit of aald es
tate, and If such claims be not exhibited within twa
years from the date ot this publication they wilt ba
forever barred. MART E. BRADLEY. Executrix.
Dated this 27th day of June. 198.
NOTICE Is hereby given that letters of adminis
tration on the estate of Mary B. Hooter, deceased
were granted to tha undersigned by the probata
court of tha county off Jackson, stata off Missouri, al
Kansas City, on th 27th day off June. 19JS. AH per
sons having claims against said estate are requlrel
to exhibit the same to the undersigned for allowance.
within one year afur th dat of said letters, or they
may b precluded from ny benefit of said estate.
and If such claims be not exhibited within two
years from the data of this publication they will ba
forever barred. MART I. BOOHER. Administratrix.
Dated this 27th day of June. lK9f.
EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE Letters testamentary cm
the estate ot Richard O. Boggess. deceased, em
granted to th undersigned on the 27th day of Au
gust. 1396, by th probat court ot Jackson county,
Missouri, at Ksnsas City. Alt persons having claims
against said estat are required to exhibit thenx ,
for sllowsncs to th executrix within one year after
the date off said letters, or they may be precluded
from any benefit ot such estate, and If such claims
be not exhibited within two years from the daa
ot aald letters they will be forever barred.
SAI.T.TR E. BOGGZSS,
Otcntrtx of Richard Q. Sq