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SHORT STORY
OF THE DAY.
TWO OLD PEOPLE.
Senile Montgomery, in New Orleans Times-Democrat.
They had been driving slowly, and he had
Ireen bending down to examine a creaking
front wheel of the rather dilapidated road
wapon in which they sat; and, as he bent
Vu;. the thought came to her for the hun
dredth time that John was failing, was,
feebler than he had been. A3 he sat up the
ecarce broken filly shied over against the
thaggyold mule on htr own side, and she
noted with relief how firmly John' twisted
lingers held the rustic rope line, and that
the old buggy whip, reserved only for
these Sunday drives, came with a sure,
urong stroke across the glossy little creat
ure. They were coming home from church, the
ew Methodist church, the bright spring
midday and the warm sun glowed down
disagreeably overhead and facilitated the
llilntegratlon of the dust clods in the long,
White country road.
"It was good, Annie. He done well for a
Joung man.' said the old man slowly, with
out looking at. her. for his eyes were gaz
ing oer the fields they were passing, fields
of hundreds of rows of tiny cotton plants.
"Yes, he is a better t-peaker than his
lather were. Bat, John, I feel the lonelier
for having heard him. I've been thinking,
John I eat there, jou know, and I -were
thinking
"Well, Annie?"
"Only, John, that If you fell ill. or I, you
Know" not willing to alarm him "and if
one of us should die we've lived so long
together it would be hard. It will surely
be lonely for one of us some time, you
know, with no one, and without the
other."
They drove on,In silence. They had lived
their whole lives together, and a peaceful,
loving friendship had brought, them Into
such clote sympathy they often sat to
gether for long intervals without speak
ing. Her face was smaller than his own:
but. ao much alike were their faded feat
tires, even a. stranger would have guessed
them brother and sister.
Presently he got out to open the big gate
that led them Into their own back yard.
It was rather a email house, but It was the
uniy noma eitaer naa ever Known, ana was
made precious by life-long familiarity and
nssoaauon.
She was erlad vet almost mrrv. tnn as
she sat rocking and listening on the low
gallery. It had been her idea, suggested
orncwhere away back in the spring by that
Fermon, to have somebody come and help
inem ana Jive wun tnem. and make a
lamiiy. Ana from Missouri Mary's son
liad written that ho was willing; that his
wife had "taken to it at once' and that
they had two children.
, lie waa Sister Mary's only son, and Mary
bad died long ago in Missouri, and the
1oy had never seenthem. It was natural
be should have asked,- "How many acres
rem tae ionn.r ana 11 iney were mort
gaged up;" not understanding that they
were two poor old peopla offering him a
wealth of love.
She was going to give them her "best
room," s sort of parlor, and she went and
stood In the doorway of the low, large
room, looking lovingly into the cool in
terior. Already she half felt that she had
done wrong to ask these strangers to come
and make their home there; that she and
John, who bad lived so long quietly to
gether, were happier perhaps alone. 'When
she reached the gallery again she was
coughing, and her mouth was moist with
the blood that bad come so often it had
ceased to alarm her. She looked thin, and
old. and frail, her white hair and glasses
glistening in the sun rays. She was "set
in hep ways." and "sickly' and "old mald
lsh;" but, for all that, her heart was hun
gry and sick for companionship, some one
to love them her and John.
She leaned forward and peered out in
the now gathering darkness, and did what
she had never done before ran down and
opened the gate for John. It hurt her with
. a. quick jealous pain to see another hand
ling the reins; and afterward "In the house
the whimpering of the children startled her.
jarring on her sensitive nerves. She felt
with a tremulous foreboding that tbey had
made a mistake that it was her mistake-,
and. as tha children nn i-rMmfnp fmm
her. that they would never love her; that
another woman's children could never give
the love she wanted, and that the great,
passionate yearning of her life had come
too late.
The children never quite made friends
with her. so Nell, who, in a brisk quiet
way, had taken' "the housekeeping and
worry" entirely off her hands, was obliged
to get a nurse: and a "nigger house serv
ant," the lifelong horror of this poor old
woman, roamed freely over the premises.
It was October, and Nell stood looking
out of the window, her pretty face glowing
from a recent nearness to the stove.
"Sweetheart." she said lovingly to her
husband, "this is the first home we have
ever owned, and now I want you to buy me
some pretty roses and cut away those
scraggy bushes In the front yard. That old
cloth of gold hardly bore a perfect bloom;
besides, it's unhealthy to have vines on
the house."
Something large and hard seemed to come
tip in Aunt Annie's throat: but before she
could speak she was glad to hear John
f "T "ternlJj If somewhat huskily; "No.Phll
JP. That vine was given me when a youth
by my one sweetheart She Is dead, and you
roust not cut it down, sir. And the other
flowers are Annie's."
The young husband and wife exchanged
glances, and when one of them spoke it
was to change the subject
nBn,LA'J2LA?n'e elt that the something
In her throat grew bigger; the "tight"
IeSUnL"eemed to occupy her entire left
side. When the children had come In and
upper was over. Aunt Annie noticed how
cheery the little tolly looked. But John
2uL.par JsUe.nV resting heavily on his
elbow; his head leaning on one hand.
Perhaps he was bowed by a rush of old
erles. and set recalling the sorrow
that had so long blighted hfs life. Again
Aunt Annie noted with tender anxiety his
eei,',"& hl" slow uncertain movements,
and, looking up. was conscious that the
nephew, too. was curiously watching them!
She went over, and did a thing she hid
not done for years-kissed John good-nlcht
J',P.on...th0i "2eaJ. and then, afhamed at
lkRifL? f'oolUh weakness 2nd tend
erness before these strangers, she almost
ran to her room. She undressed hastily but
had scarcely turned down the light before
a faint salt taste was In her mouth? Alt
though conscious of little pain, she felt
a great weakness coming over her, a great
pressure over her breast She pushed off
the cover and called faintly. Across the
Jiall the younger child was crying, and Its
. seemed to drown her own. She lav
VSJr I?at ,emed a long time, the blood
TV'KHneJhe Puw d darkening the clean
white sheet
Presently the door opened eoftly and a
rough old hand closed over her own.
"Annie'" his voice was low and it sound
ed far off "Annie!"
Sho tried to speak, and. falling, would
have raised her head In acknowledgment
of his presence. But the blood gushed
T
PERSUASIVE FRED.
The sister "I havo become engaged to Fred."
The brother "Whatever Induced iou to do that""
The sUtr-"Why. Fred, ot course!"
BTJSIXESS CARDS.
EYESIGHT RESTORED.
Cataracts removed
and eyesight re
stored by the new
fl5-
absorption treat
ment; a safe and
sure cure for all
forms of diseased
eyes: no cutting;
no drugging: 19 years' successful treat
ment; free consultation; free trial
treatment. Call or send for valuable
book, to New York and London Elec
trical Association. 929 Walnut street
Kansas City. Mo.
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603 Delaware St,
Kansas City. Mo.
Made in K. C,Tf. 8. A.
Bran Signs, Box Print
ing Plates. Badges and
Checks.
H. C. Liepsner &
Co.. manufacturers
of Rubber Stamps,
Seals and Stencils,
611 Delaware St,
Kansas City. Mo.
Tel. 2511.
New mode of treatment by man
ipulation. Cures Rheumatism.
Sciatica. Neuralgia, Asthma,
Paralysis. Heart Troubles. .Fe
male Weakness. Goitre, Nerv
ous Prostration: Removal of
Tumors. Etc.
PROFESSOR J. L. BEEMAN,
113 East T2th Street room 6.
ESCEOT CMUGim
The only bright and durable
Mantle manufactured In the West
Write for wholesale prices. Com
plete line of Glassware.
WESTERN INCANDESCENT.
LIGHT WORKS,
Office S15& Walnut St, K. C. Mo.
EPDILEIPSY
(DDB IFQTJm,
I wish every person In the United States
suffering with EPILEPSY or FITS, to send
l? one of my large-sized bottles. FREE.
,? ED E. GRANT. Dept D. Kansas
City. Mo.
x Pattonsburg, Mo., Feb. 3d, '99.
The Journal Co.
Gentlemen: Will say In reply to your
favor of the 1st inst that I have received
at least ten replies from advertisements
placed In your classified columns to one
placed In other Kansas City papers. My ad.
in your Issue of Jan. 22, last brought me 66
answers. Very respectfully.
, , CM. MEADOWS.
Real Estate and Merchandise Broker.
ELECTRICITr OUTDONE
100 candle power incandescent
light for less than 3c for 20
hours. Ideal Automatic Gas
Lamp Co.. 618 Main st; exclu
sive territory to county agents.
Stamp for catalogue.
DRINK habit cured! Write for particu
lars. BARTLETT CURE COMPANY,
310 Arlington bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
WANTED City solicitor to control a lino
of goods (retail); must be a reliable man.
Three factories In U. S. Capital N. Y.
factory. $200,000; Chicago factory, $100,000:
San Francisco factorv. 175.000. Gondii have
national reputation. Splendid line advertis
ing matter with goods. Sales of a few deal
ers: M. A. Curtiss. Flndlav. O.. nasi roM
3,000 cases In three years. S. A. Cross,
Lima, O.. has sold In four years, 2,800 cases.
Daniel Yake. Marriott, O., has sold 5.000
cases In seven years. George W. Bartlet
Albany, Wis., has sold 6,000 cases In seven
years. A scientific remedy, cures all dis
eases. Sole agency for K. C. Mo. Whole
sale value, $3.60 per case; retail profit, $2.40
per case. Small capital required. Want a
man for K. C, Kas., also. Room 207. Mid
land hotel.
.. r Pattonsburg, Mo., Feb. 3d.
'99.
AUC OUU1UU1 LU.
Gentlemen: -Will tmv In rmiv .,,.-
favor of the 1st Inst that I have received
at least ten replies from advertisements
placed in your classified columns to one
placed in other Kansas City papers. My ad.
In your Issue of Jan. 22, last brought mo 6f
answers. Very respectfully,
, , C. M. MEADOWS.
Real Estate and Merchandise Broker.
FOR SALE A steam laundry In a good
town, everything complete and in good or
der. Price $3,000. Will take part cash and
balance on time, with a low rate of in
terest Here Is a splendid opportunity for
some, man who understands the laundry
business. E. JAMESON. Leavenworth, Kas.
FOR SALE Blacksmith shop with tools,
doing a flourishing business; $800 cash takes
Ih FoT Particulars address J. Spencer.
Idaho Springs. Col. v '
warm and thick and she sank back cough
ing, dying, strangled In her own life-blood
And the hard, bent fingers clasped hers
closer, and to the ears of the dying wom
an came faintly the sound of the old man
sobbing.
It was spring; the rose still grew on the
gallery and was holding to the sunshine
hundred bursting faint gold buds. Nell had
never alluded to It again: indeed, the en
tire front yard seemed fallen into pitiable
neglect A sow had torn off a loose board
and her pigs, half concealed by the wet
grass, were grunting and rooting among
some Illy bulbs. The children, "forbidden"
to go on the front gallery, peered curiou-ly
around the door facing, alternately push
ing one another out and scrambling within
the open door again.
'"What's uncle doing, stooping down there
by the fence?" said one child.
"Mending It," answered the older. "Ain't
he been there a long time!"
The nephew, passing, looked out Noticing
tho stillness of his uncle, crouched in the
rickety fence corner, he went out to see
what was the matter; then he called gent
ly to his wife that he had found the "old
man" dead.
Are as amall'as homoeopathic pel
let, and as easy to take as sugar. Every
body likes them. Carter's Little Liver Pills
Try them.
KM
8
THE KANSAS CITY
WASTED MALE HELP.
. , Pattonsburg, Mo., Feb. 3d, '33.
The Journal Co.
Gentlemen: Will say in reply to your
favor of the 1st inst that I hae received
f5 ten replies from advertisements
placed in your classified columns to one
placed in other Kansas City papers. My ad.
in your Issue of Jan. 22. last, brought me 65
answers. Very Tespectf ully.
, C. M. MEADOWS,
Real Ebtate and Merchandise Broker.
WANTED Men in your vicinity to come
ana learn barber trade. We furnish posi
tions in your town when competent; J15.00
weekly or locations to do business on our
capital. Busy season this spring. Two
months completes. "Write to-day. Moler
Barber School, St Louis,
!? OUJG man wanted tor guaranteed po
sition; applicant must have good English
education and be willing to take a thor
ough course in shorthand and typewriting,
according to instruction of firm guaran
teeing position; no trlflers need apply. Ad
dress L 53. Journal office. '
3 ALL round clerks, 2 bookkeepers and 2
.Pe.12iPrs; many openings and good pay;
SOUTHERN BUSINESS EXCHANGE,
Houston, Tex.
PRINTER wanted at Dally Drovers' Tel
egram early this (Monday) morning.
WANTED 33 young men to learn teleg
raphy. Address W. K. Skelton. Sallna. Kas.
WANTED Walter.
lOSS Union avenue.
WANTED 2 men; wholesale'house: $40.00
and expenses. 9 West 5th st. room 9.
WANTED-A good press boy.
New York Life building.
Apply 1008
1405 MAIN 2 nicely furnished front rooms
for light, housekeeping.
WAJSTKD FEMALE HELP.
Pattonsburg, Mo., Feb. 3d, '99.
The Journal Co.
Gentlemen: Will say In reply to your
favor-of the 1st Inst that I have received
at least ten replies from advertisements
placed in your classified columns to one
placed In other Kansas City papers. My ad.
in your issue of Jan. 22. last, brought me 66
answers. Very respectfully.
C. M. MEADOWS,
Real Estate and Merchandise Broker.
YOUNG Women's Christian Association
Employment Bureau and Boarding House
directory. 3S7 New Ridge bldg.
WANTED Swede or German- girl for
general housework; 3 adults in family. 908
Grove street
SITUATION WASTED MALE.
t Pattonsburg. Mo., Feb. 3d, 99.
The Journal Co.
Gentlemen: Will say In reply to your
favor of the 1st Inst that I have received
at least ten replies from advertisements
placed in your classified columns to one
placed in other Kansas City papers. My ad.
in your issue of Jan. 22, last, brought me 66
answers. Very respectfully.
C. M. MEADOWS, '
Real Estate and Merchandise Broker.
SITUATION W'ANTED Young man em
ployed during part of the day wishes to
post ledger or do clerical work evenings:
am a stenographer; Al references; salary
moderate. Address L 44. Journal office. -
WASTED AGENTS.
NX-"V(' - -
AGENTS "I. X, L." leather riveter; sells
at sight; large profits. P. A. Cessna &
Co.. Sedalia. Mo.
WANTED An agent to take contracts on
the club plan. Address L- 87. Journal office.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.
BREGA'S Employment Agency, largest
in city; all kinds reliable male and female
help furnished; men, women and girls
wanted; all kinds work. 728 Main. Tel. 1354.
CANADIAN Employment Office, oldest
and best In city for reliable male and female
help or situations. 1044 E. 12th. TeL 1179.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Pattonsbunr. Mo.. Feb. 3rt f
The Journal Co.
Gentlemen: Will say In reply to your
favor of the 1st inst that I have received
at least ten replies from advertisements
placed in your classified columns to one
placed in other Kansas City papers. My ad.
in your Issue of Jan. 22. last, brought me 66
answers. Very respectfully.
C. M. MEADOWS,
Real Estate and Merchandise Broker.
FOR SALE A very fine new upright pi
ano. This new piano was taken for a
debt; will Eell it for a very reasonable
price, either all cash or on time; can fur
nish it in any finish case desired; it will
be shipped direct from manufacturers!. Ad
dress A 49. Journal office.
FOR SALE A full set of modern fix
tures and furniture for postoffice combi
nation lock boxes, delivery and other cases,
at less than half price. Address S. L. Mi
lice. 8th and Main, Kansas City. Mo
PIANO Upright, latest style case; good
as new: taken on mortgage; must be sold'
easy payments. JOHN A. HANLY'.
322 Sheidley bldg.
FOR SALE Cordwood half seasoned,
hickory and oak; stove wood, sawed and
split Delivered to any part of K. c
Write to C. C KING. Westport Mo.
FOR SALE A fine, large Chicago Safe
and Lock Co. safe; almost new. Apply
W. A. Bunker, room 5. Bunker bldg.
SAWDUST In carload lots. Apply Chap
man & Dewey Lumber Co.. room 29. Ar
mour bldg., K. C.
FOR SALE A new Williams typewriter,
cheap for cash. Address L 137. Journal.
FOR
cheap.
SALE Soft coal heating
Call at 920 Lydla ave.
stove.
MEDICAL.
MADAME ZA MORA hpniitlfloo tho
plexlon by removing tho entire cuticle from
the face and nck, without the slightest ir
ritation or detention from business. All dis
eases of the skin and scalp cured. Super
fluous hair removed permanently. No sim
ilar treatment in existence and must In no
way be confounded with electric treatments
or face bleaches. Indorsed b- physician.
Photographs and Kansas Citv testimonials
at our office for reference. ZaMora Chemical
Co., 1009 Walnut, suite 401. Kansas City. Mo
radios QDOBUflD
In 4 to 30 days without cutting, caustic, loss
of blood or pain. A written guarantee In
every case to euro or no charges whatever.
Consultation free. James Clement, M. D
404-405 Husted bldg., 602 Minnesota avenue
Kansas City. Kas.
QBAIfflGBllDB.
TU1TORS. Painless Care: nr.
0 knife or trarnlns plaster used.
Dr. J. C. McLaughlin, 4di New Ridge bldg., Kas. City.
PHYSICIAN of 10 years" experience at
tends ladles In trouble; infants adopted.
Address Lock Box 4C7. Kansas City. Mo.
LADIES' confinement home; board, room,
nurse and doctor furnished. Address Box
97, Kansas City. Mo.
BUSINESS PERSONALS.
THERE IS NO BREAD
So good as Sutorius' Cel
ebrated Grandma's Bread.
Ask your grocer for It
LADISS. clean your kid gloves with
Miller's Glovetne. It is not a liquid; leaves
no odor, and can be used while the glove
is on the hand. For sale by Emery, Bird
& Thayer.
THE PALACE. 815 Walnut: finest shoe
shining parlors In the city; special service
for ladies; fine cigars, tobacco and candies.
L. J. MARKS, 936 Main st Eyes fitted
and guaranteed, from $i up, at Marks'
place. 936 Main st
WANTED TO PURCHASE.
WANTED to purchase. Two 6 or 7 room
houses; modern; paved street; south and
east: want houses adjoining. From $2,509
to $3,000. Will pay $1,000 cash on each, and
the balance at 6 per cent Apply L 84,
Journal office.
WE have customers for tax titles on good
Kansas property. 403 N. Y". Life bldg.
COAL! COAL! COAL.
OVERSTOCKED-Coal $2.70 per ton. 2
tons $5. Citizens' Coal Company, 2100
Broadway. TeL 11SS.
LAND TITLE GUARANTEE COMPANY.
A. L. O. SCHUELER, Mgr., examines and
guarantees titles In Missouri and Kansas.
JOURNAL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1899.
TO BEST-HOUSES.
Pattonsburg. Mo.. EVh M m
The Journal Co.
Gentlemen: Will say In reply to your
favor of the 1st Inst that I have received
at least ten replies from advertisements
placed In your elabsifled columns to one
placed in other Kansas City papers. My ad.
In your fssue'of Jan. 22. last, brought me 6G
answers. Very respectfully,
C. M. MEADOWS,
Real Estate and Merchandise Broker.
FOR RENT Desirable 10 room house;
furnace, bath. barn, large yard; S3) a
month: 3605 Forest ave.
GEORGE A. BOND. 2601 Forest ave.
FOR RENT 1727 Michigan ave.. a 5 room
house and small stable, $14.00. Inquire at
1600 Wabash ave.
.TO RENT-1029 Tracy: 8 room brick and
bath: modern and flrst-claS3 In every re
spect; ts.
90S LISTER AVE.-A 6 roomed house,
tlO.OO. Inquire at room 610, Nelson bldg.
FOR RENT 422 Cypress ave.,
house; rent $17.
new 6 room
TO REST ROOMS.
Pattonsburg, Mo., Feb. 3d, 99.
The Journal Co.
Gentlemen: Will say In reply to your
f.ivor of the lit Inst that I havo received
at least ten replies from advertisements
placed In your classified columns to one
placed in other Kansas City papers. My ad
in your Issue of Jan. 22. last brought me 66
answers. Very respectfully,
, C. M. MEADOWS.
Real Estate and Merchandise Broker.
FOR RENT in Bunker building Two ad
joining office rooms; water, heat, elevator
service, nice location for doctor, dentist or
real estate; cheap rent Apply
W. A. BUNKER.
Tel. 1S20. Room 5. .Bunker bldg.
LOVELY room, suitable for man and
wife or two gentlemen, with board, gas,
bath, furrace heat. 1101 Wyandotte st.
FOR RENT-1817 Troost four unfurn
ished rooms; gas and water: to parties
with n children. Call 2d -floor.
519 EAST 5TH ST. A large front room
furnished for light housekeeping.
1007 GRAND Nice, large rooms, from $1.25
to $3 per week.
TO REST-MISCKIXASEOCS.
FOR RENT Large barn' Central avenue
and. 6th street, Kansas City, Kas.: good lo
cation for livery, coal and feed, or black
smith shop; in good condition; will rent
cheaP- ' "W. A. BUNKER.
Tel. 1820. Room 5, Bunker bldg.
FARM FOR RENT 40 acres In meadow,
80 acres corn land, on line of Pittsburg &
Guif railroad In Bates county. 80 miles
south of Kansas City. Apply to Phil E
Chappell. Safe Deposit Company, American
Bank bldg.
TO RENT Space with heat and power
for manufacturing purposes, in Flint Ad
vertising Co. building. 1421-23 Walnut st,
terms reasonable. Apply at office.
TO RENT 25 acres pasture and 3-room
house, at 49th and Woodland. Inquire of
J. S. Davenport on the place.
FOR RENT Desk room. Apply W. A.
Bunker, room 5. Bunker bldg.
EDUCATIONAL.
WANTED Beginners and advance pupils
to join a German class; native teacher; 20
lessons $9: trial lesson free. Address R 712,
Journal office.
WANTED Beginners and advance pupils
to join a French class; native teacher. 20
lessons $9. Trial lesson free. Address R
721, Journal office.
WANTED Beginners and advance pupils
to join a Spanish class; native teacher. 20
lessons $9. Trial lessons gratis. Address R
720. Journal office.
FOR SALE A scholarship In one of the
best business colleges In Kansas City at a
very low price. Address A 33. Journal of
fice. FOR SALE Scholarship In ' prominent
business college cheap. Midland Mechanic,
18 Eat 6th st
PERSONAL.
FDBUE 03IMEQHK!ltiro
Free treatment for 30 days at the Mis
souri, Kansas & Texas (the M., K. & T)
Medical Institute, 1019 and 1021 Main st
Dr. K. Morgner. Manager.,
We occupy 2 entire buildings. A staff of
the best, reliable German-American doc
tors engaged, of 30 years' experience in Ger
many and this country, to treat all dis
eases. We treat all acute qnd chronic dis
eases of either sex; all private diseases; no
exposure; private rooms. Strictures, alco
holism, opium habit, la grippe, catarrh,
pneumonia treated. Piles cured; ruptures
reduced, permanently cured; guaranteed.
Only institute In the West.
No detention from business. All medi
cines furnished and carefully prepared
by men of 30 j ears' experience. Don't fall
to come and be treated free. Persons, treat
ed at home by mall; write: send 10c stamps
for symptom blanks. Consultation free
and confidential; personally or by letter.
Hours. 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. daily and Sundays.
Pattonsburg, Mo., Feb. 3d, '99.
The Journal Co.
Gentlemen: Will say In reply to your
favor of the 1st inst that I have received
at least ten replies from advertisements
placed in your classified columns to one
filaced In other Kansas City papers. My ad.
n your issue of Jan. 22. last, brought me 66
answers. Very respectfully,
C. M. MEADOWS,
Real Estate and Merchandise Broker.
VIAVI Woman's way to health: ask or
send for "Viavl Message," 704 N. Y. Life.
MASSAGE
12th st
scientifically given. 516 E.
CLAIRVOYANT.
RANDOLF H. WATERS, famous fortune
teller; reveals past, prcser.t and future;
business and domestic affairs and family
troubles; ladles, 50 cents; gentlemen, $1.00.
1013 East 12th st. Office hours from 9 a. m.
to 10 p. m. dally.
RELIABLE readings; business, marriage
and famllv affairs; just what you want:
50c. 214 E. 10th St. PRQF. BURNETT.
MRS. L. JAMES, well known clairvoyant
and trance medium; consult her on all af
falrs of life. Office 20. No. 532 Main st.
PRIVATE HOSPITAL.
SURGICAL and medical; for treatment
of confinement cases, laceration, curretting,
ulcers, displacements and falling of womb;
lacerated cervix, appendicitis, tumors, dis
eases of the ovaries and womb, nnlvnno
fistula, haemorrhoids: any and all diseases
peculiar to women. Abdominal operations,
private and chronic diseases. Best of ac
commodations for out-of-town patients; pa
tients able to pay will be charged a moder
ate fee, patients unable to pay for opera
tions, treatments, etc., will be charged for
board and room only. Consulting physi
cians best In the city. Correspondence
promptly answered. Call, address or tele
phone DR. C. E. MATHIS. Resident Physi
cian. Kansas Citv, Mo. Office 12th and
Main: hospital 1227 Michigan ave.
STOLEN.
STOLEN Willow ereen color McvrJo
Pickwick make; wooden handlebars; has
two steps on rear wheel; tubing has been
broken near sprocket wheel; any Informa
tion will be liberally rewarded. Tel. ISM.
Address Nick. 1115 West 24th st.
KENTUCKY DEW.
wiiuiivHu ji mo idiuuua xventucKy
Dew. JB: single gal.. J2.50; Old Crow and O.
F. C, $2.25: Fort. Blackberry and Sherry
"Wines, JL23- Send for price list. T. H.
Lynch, 603 Wyandotte street.
f fT A T T flX?CJ e Un "........ T i
HICKORY TIMBER WANTED.
VAOTED-2,000 cords of axhandle' tlm
ber. We are ready to receive the bids of
those wlshlna: to contract for Inn i-at-Ho n.
more. WARNER. BROWN & LONG..
First and Holmes sts.
STRAYED.
STRAYED A dehorned fawn or.1-.
Jersey cow. Liberal reward offered for her
return. 3400 Woodland avenue.
COWS FOR SALE.
SOME fine big fresh cows and calves:
also two fine fresh Jerseys. 2436 Grand
avenue.
MANICURING.
SdAJMItJURINO T.rH anrl o-nUn..n
518 Main st., second floor, rooms 7 and 9.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
rJl haS? e following Bargains In Kansas
City. Kas.. real estate. They are on the
ESSES1 2l no reasonable. offer will .be
turned down:
fot 25, block . PasfleM place.
...rSJ.9' block 8- Reynolds Grandvlew park
addition.
Lot 1. block E. Mount Pleasant addition.
Lot 2. block o. Mount Pleasant addition,
r ot ? iock Pullman heights.
Lot 10. block 2. Pullman heights.
Ds to (Bffffoift
Apply to GEORGE LONG.
641 Minnesota avenue,
Kansas City,
Kansas,
Kilssio0 U IftDn & pD(iDSp(Bft
8 room brick and frame; new, modern and
up-to-date, east front, asphalt street, stone
walks, large lot; all for $4,000.
room frame, new, modern and up-to-date;
price, $3,300; cash, $1,000. balance to
suit.
(LJnDwyaDaDd nDfettipSaBfto
Three 6 to 9 room, new, modern houses,
east fronts, large lots, at low prices; rea
sonable terms to good parties.
W. DIEHL & CO.. 612 N. Y. Life bldg.
MsioQiM ft Lsi
W VlPSa ODD0 g ffiPSa
One-half block or more of vacant ground.
Must be very cheap.
flcJBUQD Farad &wbddqdo
psiougD (SDDgQ IMffife
KSQaiDuSDGDOua
Large grounds; fine shade trees: on as
phalt street. In line neighborhood: 33rd
and Baltimore; at a sacrifice price for
quick sale. Metropolitan National Bank,
WI N. Y. Life building.
FOR SALE We are the owners of a
large number of lots in Grandview addi
tions to Kansas City, Kas.; the finest resi
dence section on that side. Prices from $5
to $15 per foot To start things going we
wil. offer one of the choicest lots for Six
Dollars, per foot. See it. JBuy it. You will
never regret it.
THE KANSAS CITY REALTY COMPANY
Tel. IS20. Room 5. Bunker bldg.
& WsiOooaiODQ Mosti
144 feet, near cor. 8th and Mulberry: part
ly covered by 2-story brick m'f g building.
Room for another building. A bargain for
Investment or for actual use. Metropolitan
National Bank. S01 N. Y. Life bldg.
HOMESEEKERS-If ybu want a nice lot
and a house built In accordance with your
own ideas, all at first cost, call on me. I
can locate you on Independence avenue.
Olive street between 12th and 13th; South
Olive street or In the Linwood district, and
can make you good terms.
GEORGE CARMAN. Architect.
309 Hall bldg.
(SflDdDOfl DOdDDDD ODD0
QOuWOgtiBuDODD'&o 8 or 9-room frame; close in; steam heat
ed; brick paved street; rents constantly at
$. Price. $2,500. Metropolitan National
Bank. 801 N. Y'. Life bldg.
, Pattonsburg, Mo., Feb. 3d, '99.
The Journal Co.
Gentlemen: Will say In reply to your
favor ot the 1st Inst that I have received
at least ten replies from advertisements
placed in your rlasslfied column to one
placed In other Kansas City papers. My ad.
In your issue of Jan. 22. last, brought me 66
answers. Very respectfully,
C. M. MEADOWS.
Real Estate and Merchandise Broker.
PDuDdDoniPQDgnD UBaitpgjSQBDD
I have three desirable building lots In
the best Dart of Armourdale hnt T vrtli
sell cheap for cash. Must be sold at once.
Apply to George D. Long, 641 Minnesota
ave., Kansas City, Kas. Tel. West 23.
FOR SALE Breeding ranch In Arizona;
fine reservoir; full: good range; cattle;
large horse pasture under wire fence;
horses; buildings, etc., to carry on large
range business. The above to close out
partnership. Price, $20,000. Address F.
Lansing, care Arizona Central bank, Flag
staff, A. T.
HOME CMEAP IriiMASIJL
FOR SALE A good home at a bargain.
Lot 33, block 92, Wyandotte. Make an
offer. GEORGE LONG,
641 Minnesota avenue.
Kansas City.
Kansas.
Southeast corner 30th and Woodland; 150
feet front: 9-room frame: on car line.
METROPOLITAN NATIONAL BANK.
Tel. 964. SOI N. Y. Life.
SPECIAL BARGAIN.
282 acre farm, 38 miles ne. Kansas City
200 acres in high state of cultivation; bal
ance pasture: good building; $27.50 per acre.
W. O. CRAIG & CO.. 211-212 Sheldlev bldg.
WASTED REAL ESTATE.
I WANT to buy for cash, a 50 or 100-foot
vacant lot, or a house with 50 or 100 feet
of ground, in any part of Kansas City, Mo -but
in a good neighborhood; it must be a
big snap for cash. I want it as an invest
ment. No attention will be given answers
that do not state location and pric
etc.; I am a traveling man, and have no
time to waste In correspondence; am in
Kansas City once a week. Address L 45.
Journal office.
Pattonsburg, Mo., Feb. 3d. '99.
The Journal Co.
Gentlemen: Will say In reply to vour
favor of the 1st Inst that I have received
at least ten replies from advertisements
placed in your classified columns to one
placed In other Kansas City papers. My ad
in your issue of Jan. last, brought me 6
answers. Very respectfully,
C. M. MEADOWS.
Real Estate and Merchandise Broker.
TO EXCHANGE.
I HAVE 493 acres in Howell en.. Mn it.
mile to station; 140 acres bet in best vari
eties of fruit, apples, pears, peaches and
quince; 10,000 fruit trees. 7,000 bearing- a
paying Investment to begin with; good
country to ralsp cattle, hogs and sheep
will trade for small farm near K. C, or
citV property, for bargain. Address
R. B. SHELTON. 2419 East 9th St.
DUNN FURNITURE CO.. 316 and 318
E. 12th, will exchange new goods for sec-ond-hand.
or sell on easy payments.
STORAGE.
HITTELL STORAGE COMPANY, lSlg
Main street. Bonded. Good building, cheap
rates, honest men to handle goods. We In
sure everything. Give ui a trial. J. T
Caples. Manager. Tel. 1327.
BROADWAY STORAGE: AND COM. CO.
PRIVATE LOCKED ROOMS.
Fireproof vaults for Libraries. Bric-a-brac
and Paintings. Call us up. Tel. 1007.
(Bonded.) 518 Broadway.
BRINTON PUMP AND SUPPLY CO.
555 WALNUT ST. Tel. 24S9. All kinds of
pumps put in and repaired. Agents for
Perfection Elevator Purifying pumps. Cis
terns cleaned and cemented.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
YOU can purchase furniture, carpets,
stoves, etc.. on your own terms. ECON
OMY FURNITURE AND CARPET CO.,
Sth and Main sts.
$3.25 COAL! S3.SS COAL!
BEST Cherokee. lump, from out own
mines, .50 2 tons, satisfaction guaranteed;
come and examine the coal; city weights
10c extra. 110 E. ISth st TeL 132.
OFFICE FURNITURE.
SNAPS Rolling top desks, $12.50 up; type
writer desks, tla.75 up; revolving chairs,
2.50 up; bookcases. HjJ.Bowers. 308 W. 8th,
over 4o,ooo mm mmumm daily mares
J0EI8gWAL W AB8S PAY. .
IN ADVERTISING. IT IS PURELY -A BUSINESS PROPOSI
TION. IT IS NOT A QUESTION OF CIRCULATI6n OR ANY
THING ELSE. IT IS MERELY A QUESTION OF"RESULTS. BUT
THERE ARE A GREAT MANY MERCHANTS WHO, FROM THE
VERY NATURE OF THEIR BUSINESS. CANNOT GET IMME
DIATE RETURNS FROM THEIR ADVERTISING. FOR THEY
DO NOT ADVERTISE BARGAINS; AND SO THEY CANNOT
AFFORD TO EXPERIMENT IN A PAPER THAT DOES NOT
CIRCULATE. THA DOES NOT GIVE VALUE RECEIVED FOR
EVERY DOLLAR INVESTED. FOR INSTANCE. JOHN CLARK.
ADVERTISES THE DUNLAP HAT WHICH EVERYONE KNOWS
IS SOLD FOR $3 THE WORLD OVER. AND HIS $3 HAT WHICH
IS NEVER SOLD FOR LESS. AN ADVERTISEMENT OF THE
DUNLAP FOR $4 WOULD PROBABLY FILL MR. CLARK'S
STORE WITH BUYERS THE NEXT DAY. BUT. AS IT IS. MR
CLARK CAN ONLY LOOK FOR INDIRECT RETURNS-HE CAN
ONLY' LOOK FOR A GENERAL INCREASE IN' HIS BUSINESS
FROM HIS ADVERTISING. THUS TO MR. CLARK THE
AMOUNT AND. QUALITY OT THE CIRCULATION OF THE
PAPER IN WHICH HIS ADVERTISEMENT APPEARS MUST BE
KNOWN. HE CANNOT AFFORD TO ADVERTISE FOR A YEAR
TO SHE WHETHER OR NOT HIS BUSINESS INCREASES. HE
MUST KNOW THAT HE IS REACHING THE CLASS OF PEO
PLE HE WANTS TO. AS EVERYBODY AGREES THE QUALITY-
OF THE JOURNAL CIRCULATION CANNOT BE EXCELLED
ANYWHERE, WHILE THE JOURNAL CAN SHOW TO THE
ENTIRE SATISFACTION OF ANY MERCHANT THAT IT IS
PRINTING AND CIRCULATING DAILY" MORE THAT 42.000 COM
PLETE NEWSPAPERS. THE JOURNAL RATES ARE SUCH THAT
WITH THE QUALITY" AND QUANTITY' OF CIRCULATION CON
SIDERED IT MUST BRING GOOD RESULTS BOTH DIRECTLY
AND INDIRECTLY". YOU CAN MAKE NO MISTAKE BY USING
THE JOURNAL IN '99.
-0VH8 4i,i0 PAID (MSIMTiHl IA1LY iMES
JOE9IRG9AL WM1 111 PAY.
FINANCIAL.
Pattonsburg, Mo., Feb. 3d, '99.
The Journal Co.
Gentlemen: Will say in reply to your
favor of the 1st inst. that 1 have received
at least ten replies from advertisements
placed in your classified columns to one
placed in other Kansas City papers. My ad.
in your Issue of Jan. 22. last, brought me 63
answers. Very respectfully.
C. M. MEADOWS.
Real Estate and Merchandise Broker.
MONEY to loan on Improved Inside prop
erty, in large and small amounts, at low
est rates. No delay.
THE ALLEN INVESTMENT CO..
9th and Wyandotte sts.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Entrance No. 4 E. 10th St. upstairs. Pri
vate parlor for ladies, iioney on aiamonje.
watcnes. jeweiry. etc. asn ior oia goia-
TO LOAN Money In large or small sums
at lowest current rates.
SOUTHWESTERN LOAN & LAND CO,
1006 Broadway.
MONEY LOANED Salaried people hold
ing permanent positions with responsible
concerns, upon their own names, witnout
security. Auimuii. jvnv i. a. uue uiu.
WE have some money to loan on im
proved property at 6 per cent. No delay.
Don't fail to see us. 716 Delaware St.
CRUTCHER & WELSH.
TO LOAN Monev at lowest rates: small
or large surrs. on Kansas City property.
HOMER REED. 1006 Broadway;
MONEY to loan on real estate, at lowest
rates. RIEGER-MOORE REALTY CO..
Heist bldg.
D. S. M'GONIGLE & CO.. Whitney
bldg... have some money to loan on real
estate, & and 6 per cent; any amount.
GOOD chattel and real estate notes
bought. Brlghtwell, Mass. bldg. Tel. 1963.
$50,000 TO buy employes time in advance.
Willard F. Wyckoff. 221 and 222 American
Bank bldg.
MASSAGE PARLORS.
A TALENTED young graduate from
Paris Is now located at 800 Main, room 3.
2nd floor. Renowned for the excellence of
her treatment, with strong magnetic pow
er. There Is no one but what is benefited
by her magnetic touch. Open Sundays
and evenings until 9. N. B. No sign.
THE Most Perfectly Appointed Establish
ment of Its Kind in the West.
Chiropodists Massage Treatment
BATHS.
Mattle Zorn. 907 Baltimore avenue.
Kansas City, Mo.
GO to Mrs. LaFoss for the best plain,
medicated and vapor bath massage. 1023
Main st Open day and night.
PRESERVE YOUR PHOTOS.
WHAT is more pleasing than a pretty
picture; photographs beautified and pre
served and made life-like. MRS. N. W.
Y.ILSON. 317 New Ridge bldg.
UNDERTAKERS.
LQL Wa raM00DDn
Undertaker and Embalmer.
TELEPHONE 2454.
2109 E. NINTH ST.
FIXE TREE LIMMEST
CURES rheumatism. Neuralgia, Headache,
Toothache. Sore Throat. Sold by druggists.
SURVEYORS.
HAVE your
lots surveyed
by
Daniel
uuianerty.
Office TO Gibraltar bldg.
BOARDING.
DAY boarders wanted at 1101 Wyandotte
street.
J
LEGAL BOTICBaV
IN the circuit court ot Jackson county, Missouri,
at Kansas City, April term. 1899. William F. How
ard, plaintiff, vs. Frank C. Robbins. Charles W.
Henklng. Joshua W. Alexander. W. A. Rule, trustee,
snd the Daviess County Parings Association, de
fendants. Now, at this day comes plaintiff, by his
attorney, Charles G. Nlcholtf, and flies his petition,
duly verified by affidavit, stating, among other thing1!,
that defendants. Frank C. Itobblns and Charles W.
Henklng, are non-residents ot the state of Mlssourt
and can not bo summoned by the ordinary process
ot law; thereupon the court makes the following
order: To Frank C. Robbins and Charles ty Ueak
Ing. You are hereby notified that plaintiff has com
menced a suit In this court, the object and general
nature of uhleh is to obtain a decree ot partition
of the southwest quarter (U) ot the southeast quarter
(;) or the southeast quarter (H) ot section twenty
two (22). township fifty 0). range thirty-three C3).
in Jackron county, Missouri, containing ten (10)
acres, and that unlets you be and appear at the next
term ot this court, to be begun and held In this city
ou the second Monday InlAprll. 1S99. the ttmt being
the 10th day ot said month, and on or before tbe third
day of said term answer or otherwise plead to said
petition, said petition will be taken as by you con
tested and judgment rendered accordingly; It Is fur-
ther ordered that this order be published according
i .,ic imnmo .iij uuiua,. uaux mws
paper puuitvueu lu jscxhb wouair, ailseoun.
A true copy.
Attest:
II. M. STOXESTREET. Clerk.
By W. A. CURRY. D. C
NOTICE is hereby given that letters ot administra
tion on the estate of Jamea Kearney, deceased, were
granted to the undersigned by the probate court ot
the county of Jackson, state of Missouri, at Kansas
City, on the 4th day ot February, ISM. All persons
having claims against said estate are required to
exhibit the same to the undersigned (or allowance,
within one year after the date of said letters, or they
may be precluded from any benefit of aald estate.
And If ffttT, ,!:l,n ti. nnf .vhlhlt.d wfll.1., .v..
years from tho date of this publication they will be
forever barred. WILLIAM T. LATHAM.
Administrator.
Sated this 4th day ot February. 1899.
NOTICE is hereby given that letters testamentary
on the estate ot William P. Allcutt, deceased, were
granted to tbe undersigned by the probate court of
the county of Jackson, state of Missouri, at KH.
citv. on the 30th day ot January. 1S99. All nn..
having claims against said estate are required lo
exhibit tbe same to the undersigned for allowance
within one year after the date of said letters, or
they may be precluded from any benefit of said en-
tate. and It such claims be not exhibited within '
two years from the date of this publication they will
be forever barred. ANN J. allcutt. Executrix.
n.t.d this 30th dar of January. ISM.
- t..i.ii i . -
'C2l.ic.'tn,?,?I",!, notk
J.?T;,.An.". ' "M. "
IMPOUNDER'S NOTICE-
or sale: .-.once is nereoy given mat i will sell at
put ic auction to too pignest oiaoer ror cssji at the
public pound Wyandotte M. ana Levee, on Frl-
day February 10. 1899. at 10 a. m.. one sorrel hone,
nllnd in left eye. smooth, mouth. 1414 hands higa. .
vs. w , uveas. uuuuuHUCr.
February . MM.
W M Hh HT sterilise IS . a
LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICETO CONTRACTORS FOR PRESSED BttlCK
Sidewalk on 3th Street Board of Public WertnT Oe
paruuent ot Engineering. Kaaaas CUT. Ma. Jannrr
. 18S&. Sealed propo.aU will be recelred or the
undersigned at this oOie until 11 a. m. ot February
II. 1S (at which time bids will b opened), for fur
nishing all tbe materials and doing all the work nec
essary to comptete tto following city Improvements.
Tlz.: Constructing pressed brick sidewalks on
south side ot Fifth Cth) street between Trafjr annus
and Lydla arenue. as prarlded by ordlaasn No.
Plai a and specifications mar be seen, and all Intor
matla i. furnished, at this outer.
raynent (or the work to be mad la special tax
bills.
No proposal from any contractor In default with the
city on any previous contract will be considered.
No proposal will be considered unless accompanied
by a bond ot 9)0 dollars, with : good and suffi
cient securities (to be approred by the city eoraw
troller). conditioned that the bidder will eater lata
contract at the prices stated, and tarnish satisfactory
security for the completion of the work.
The right Is reaenred to relect any er all proposals.
HENRy A. WISE. City Engineer.
"NOTICETO CONTRACTORS FOR PRESSED BRICK
Sidewalks cut May street Board ot Public Works.
Department ot Engineering. Kansas City. Mo.. Jan
uary jo. 1339. Sealed proposals will be rerelTtd by
the undersigned at this eOre until It s. m. ot Feb
ruary 11. 1133 (at which time bids will be opened).
Tor furnishing all the materials and doing all the
work necessary to complete the following city Im
provements, Tli.: Constructing pressed brick side
walks on both side of Hay street between Fifth (Sth)
street and sixth 8th) street, as provided by ordi
nance ;:o. too.
Plans and specllcatiomi may be Ken. and all Infor
mation furnished, at this office.
Payment tor the work to be made la special tax
bills.
No proposal from any contractor tn default with the
city on any previous contract will be considered.
No prcposal will be ceasldered unless smoapsaled,
by a bond ot KM dollars, with 2 good and suffi
cient securities (te be approved by the city comp
troller), conditioned that the bidder will ester Into
contract at the prices stated, and furnish satisfactory
ecurtty for the completion ef the work.
The right la reserved toTeJect any or alt proposals.
HENRY A. WISE. City Engineer.
NOTICETO CONTRACTORS FOR PRK3HED BRICK
Sidewalks on Park: avenue Board ot Public Works.
Department ot Engineering. Kansas city. Mo.. Jan
uary se. 189. sealed proposals will be received by
the undersigned st this office until 11 a. m. ot Feb
ruary 11. IsH (at which time bids will be opeaed).
for furnishing' all the materlala and doing all the
work necessary to complete the following city Im
provements, viz.: Constructing a pressed brick side
walk on both aides of Park avenue between Tweinh
(ltth) street and Fifteenth (tfth) street, as provided
by ordinance No. 1095.
Plans and speeiacatlons may be seen, and all lator
matloa furnished, at thla office.
Payment tor the work to be mad In special tax
bills.
No proposal from anr contractor la default with the
city on any previous contract will be considered.
No proposal will be considered uulesa accompanied
ty a bond ot 100 dollars, 'with S good and suffi
cient securities (to be approved by the city comp
troller), conditioned that the bidder will enter Into
contract at the nrlces stated, and furnish saUsfactarv
security for the completion et the work.
j no rigm is reservea to reject sny or all proposals.
HENRT A. TTISE. City Engineer.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS FOR NATURAL.
Stone Sidewalks oa Mth Street-Board ot Fublle
Works. Department ot Engineering. Kansas City.
Mo.. January 30. 1S. sealed Proposals wiu be re
ceived by the undersigned at thla office until 11 a. tn.
ot February 11. ISM (at walch Urn Mds will be
opened), tor rurnlsnlur. all ta matartala and dalns-
all tha work accessary to complete the following city
tmprevemeats, via.: Coustractlns rstural stoae side
walks on both sloes ot Tenth (lath) street between
Campbell street and Forest avenoe. aa provides) by
ordinance No. 10119.
Plans and SDectflcationa may be seen, and alt infer-
maUoa furnished, at this office.
payment lor the wont to be made la sneclsl tax
bills.
No proposal from any contractor In dsfault with tha
city on any previous contract will be considered.
no proposal win be consiasrea unless accompanied
! elent securities "(to be approved br the dtr comn-
fev eh TKavsV n hfafl jfAtlatv-ea wsrteh wfcjM am.! Mam
' troller). fondlttcntd that the bidder will enter Into
contract It the prices stated, and furnish satisfactory
security for the completion of tn work.
The right Is reserved to rojeet any or all proposals.
HENRT A. WISE. City Engineer.
NOTICE TO COKTRACTORa FOR NATCRAU
Stone Sidewalks oa 2Jth Street Board ot Public)
Works. Department ot Engineering. Kansas City,
Ma. January 30. 1S99. sealed proposals will be re
ceived by the undersigned at this office until II a. m.
ot February II. 1st) (st which Urn bids will be
opened), for furnishing all the materials and dolug
all the work necessary ta complete the following city
Improvements, viz.: Constructing natural stoae aide
walks on both aides ot Twenty-tilth C5ta) street be
tween Troost avenue and Forest avenue, as provided
by ordinance No. 11017.
Plans and specifications may be seea. and all Infor
mation furnished, st thla office.
Payment for tha work to he mad In special Us
bills.
No proposal from any contractor la default with the
city on any previous contract will be considered.
No proposal will be considered unless accompaaled
by a bend ot 209 dollars, with : good and suffi
cient securities (to be approved by the dtr Bonn.
troller). conditioned that the bidder will enter lnto
contract at the prices stated, and furnish satisfactory
security for the completion of the work.
The right is reserved to reect any or all proposal.
HENRT A. WISE. City Englnjir.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS FOR NATURAL
Stone Sidewalks on Baltimore Avenue Board, of Pub
lic Works. Department of Engineering. Kansas City.
Mo-. January 30, ISM. Sealed proposals will be re
ceived by the undersigned at this office until 11 a. m.
ot February II. ltM (at which time bids win be
opened), for tumishtng all the materials and dolng
all the work necessary to complete the following city
Improvements. vU.: Constructing natural stone side
walks on west side ot Baltimore avenue between
Thirty-sixth (Mth) street and Thirty-seventh (37th)
atreet. as provided by ordinance No. 10806.
Plana and specifications msy be seen, and all Infor
mation tumished.'at thla ofice.
Payment tor th work to ha mads la special tax
bills.
No proposal from aay contractor la default with th
city on any previous contract win pe considered.
No proposal will be considered unless accomnanli
hr a bond of 20 dollars, with - mnrf .mi ...ai-
clent securities (to be approved by tne city comp-
ifauvw. muuuiuunt iimi turn uiuuer Will COICr lUtO
contract at the prices stated, and furnish satisfactory
security for the completion ot the work.
The right Is reserved to reject any or all proposals.
HENRY A. WISE, city engineer
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS FOR NATURAL
Stone Sidewalks on Forest Avenue Board of Publlo
Works. Department of Engineering. Kansaa city
Mo.. January 30. 1891. Sealed proposals wll be re
ceived by the undersigned at this office until II a. m
ot February 11. 1893 (at which time bids will be
opened), for furnishing sit the materlala and doing
all the work necessary to complete the following city
Improvements, viz.: Constructing natural etone Mlde-
eta (Mtil street and Thlrty-fim (SlsO street, as
waias oa wen siae oi rorssi avenue Detweea Thlr-
provided by ordinance No. 10S07.
Plana and specifications may be sees, and all infor
mation furnished, at this office.
Payment for th work to be mad la speclsl tax
bills. "
No proposal from any contractor la default with th
city on any prsrious contract will be considered.
No propose! will he considered uulesa arrAmn.nt.
by a bond ot 200 dollars, with 2 rood and sura-
n.nt securities (ta be Domed br ttu, .. ."
troller). conditioned that tho bidder will enter Inta
contract at the prices stated, and furnish satlsfactorr
security fer the completion of the work.
The right Is reserved to reject any or all nrooosala.
HENRY A. WISE. City Engineer
S3 v ' "''
NOTICE OF FINAL SBTTLsllENT-Notlc. t. k.,
v. , . . ... j ZZ. "ouc l here-
tir riven to aft creditor and others fA..... ....
estate of Aladdin Cycle Company, formerly n.i
"IP ""Wed " " T. Stark d Chsrlefi"
Clark, deceased, that I. W. T. SUrk. rervlJini.Jh
Clark, deceased, that I. W. T. SUrk. .1.. 2-
ner of said partnership estate. Intend i. .Vr V":
settlement thereof at the next term of the rrnh.fi
court of Jackson county, te be held at Kabs.5 ag
Missouri. a the 20th day of February. ltSt "tx
: -
2"'l'la rartaer tad Adntloiatratar.
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