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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULT 25, 1897. 2 i I GURRENGY MESSAGE. pnESIIET M'KI.LKV lr.ns THE CREATION OF A COMMISSION. THE HOUSE ACTS PROMPTLY. PASSES THE STOMJ niLL, WHICH GETS NO FLRTIIER. Tvvo Republicans Opposed tlie Mta- urr, a Did All tlie Democrats and Populists Speaker Reed Announces Coniuiltlee Appointments. Washington, Julr 14-1 he last session of the house was marked by many interest ing events. In addition to the final act of the speaker In fixing Ills signature to the Dingley tariff bill, a bill providing for the creation of a currency commission was crowded through in the closing hours, and the spectators who thronged the galleries were treated to a continuous, if not very brUiant fusillade of oratory for several hours The house recessed uptll after the s-raie had jdopted the tariff conference report and one minute and thirty-one sec ords after the house reconvened the en grossed bill was signed and on its way to tr.e president. The demonstrations which marked t...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 July 1897

THE KAISAS CITY JOUUAL, SUINDAY. J-UIA' 25,187r. ILLEGAL PLAN PROPOSED. TO rilBVE.Vr IXSURffCE RATE CCT- iisg os subuiiiax nrsKS. Member of KnnsasClty Delegation to Chirac" 3Inkn aPromUo to tuo Govern In sr Conmittee of the Union Iniirance Xotes. Vhat may develO Into a sensation If it is not nipped Jn tie bud was sprung by somo of tho mcmV;rs of tho Kansas City delegation of fire underwriters which re cently visited Chlago. Tho plan was not approved by the elevation as a whole, and whatever action ias taken was dono as in dividuals rather ban as a. committee. In fact, it would hye been without the pale of the law to hae carried out the scheme with an understnding between the mem bers of the delep-tion from Kansas City. The laws of MSsourl specifically prohibit the control of fir Insurance rates by boards or combines of fly kind outside of the two cities of Kansa'City and St. Louis. The town of Westprt, including Hyde park, being outsido C the city limits, has been tho field of a sea...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, JULY 25,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL ESTABLISHED 1K4 The Jouriinl Cnmpnny. Publishers. Rlalto llullillne. Mntli and Grand Are. NEW SUBSCRIPTION RATES E rgle copies s Sunday 5c DELIVERED BT CARRIER. Dzlty and Sunday. IS cents per week; 43 cents per month. ET MAIL IX ADVANCE. Da S ard Sunday, one year J w Ds j a-.rt Sunday. months - w Dal jwl Sundaj S moi.ths 1 W Daj ard Sunday. 1 month 9 Fuda) only. 1 jear - W Week.y Journal and Agriculturist, lyr a TELEPHONE NUMBERS. BJflntfs Office 3 Ed i rial I'.oonis . S!J New York ogico.. .31 nd 22 Tribune Bide Ctuw Offloe ir Masonic Temple J E. Van Doren Special Agency. Sr e gents. I oreign Advertising Entered at the FostofEce at Karsas City, Mo as Second Class Mall Matter. lA rather I'nrrrat for -anIn. Warr rgton July it Forecast for Sun da Fcr Oklahoma and Indian Tcrritor). fie.-crai") fair prabaMv cooler Sunda afteroc- winds becoming northwcsterl). Fcr Mi ourl- Probaldy loesl showers S-iiy afternoon. slightl...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY2o,18U7. 5 BLUESDEFEATTHESENATORS ABDUV PITCHES A FI.E GAME AAIJ IS GIK.N GOOD SUrPOKT. 3IcIcker, Menefee and Mertea Do Some Senantlnnal I'leltllnc Dug- dnle and Gettlnecr Did Good Work. The ancient men from the Ohio capital Ftruggled desperately yesterday to cllntr to the elusite first place, but as inning aiter inning sped by. their hopes were dissipated by tho bending thunderbolts rTl which Abbey tent across !y the plate, and a pan 01 gloom gradually settled lPi? down upon these baseball Methuselahs. Tne score nas i to i In faor of Kansas City. The game opened aus piciously and ended in a halo of glory, when 'with two men on bases and tnr two out. Jack Crooks col- 'H U tlylAfl nlth thd Knll tilth terrific impact and ent it swirling through the air .... n tin. ff .Via 1 fiT tf ;-Mf Ull 0. fill. " .v,. --. looked like a home run Away out in the field Marty McVicker thaded his ejes and marked the course of the scurrying sphere. Turning, he rushed...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUJSTDAY, JULY 25,1897. 6 KANSAS CIT1. HAS. The Ilrnnrli OIIk ol THE JOURXAL tins remotcil to Itonin K. United bide-, where nil advertisements and Item of news will receive prompt ntten tlon. Any complaints am to delivery of the iinper will lie speedily reme died If notice Is clvrn. TeLWntaii NOTICE. The pictures (Birth of the American Flag) have arrived and arc now ready for distri bution at The Journal Branch Office, room E5 Husted building. VEElEr Institute SErSfc H The only place In Kansas where the It Genuine Kceley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. Mrs. M. L. Gates, Licensed Ladr Undertiker lor Ladies' and Children's Funerals. Cor. Slate ZJtie and .. II'. Jfr'.U Tel S43IK E. C. Hostetter, DENTIST, Comer 5th and Minn., over Harris. STOCK YARDS SDED. ACTIOX TO BECOVER OVERCHARGES FOR FEEDING. FIRST TEST' OF THE NEW LAW. CA5B IX TUB FEDERAL COURT DOES XOT 1STERFEHE. At LtiAst. This Is the Claim...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 25,18137. 1 I MUSIC AND THE DRAMA. ! THE GOVERNOR REEDER PAINTING AT THE COATES. FAIRMOUNTVAUDEVILLE. Considerable Vnrletr tn Till Week's Illll at the fennuuer Kesort. Cyrcne will be the feature ot this week's Vaudeville bill at the Falrmount auditori um. Pyrene Is an acrobatic dancer who executes all her dances In Ions skirts, and she has Rained an enviable reputation, not only for her craceful bearlnc. but for her rk'..:fjl manipulation of her skirt. She ha- appeared with treat success at the Al ls n-.l ra theater In I.ondon and In the prin cipal vaudeville theaters of this country. Sh Is a Cuban and recently created dis tort .nre amonc the Snlards at the sum mer theater In Tampa Hay. Horkla, by d r.clns In the Hac of "Cuba libre. The remainder of the bill Includes Maro. the noted maclclan: McCormaek. bird whistler: the Ben Mowatt trio of Indian c'.ui swingers and new pictures on the clrcmatoeraph. . The Ben Mowatt trio, which was an satlcr.al...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 25, 1897, 8 r-r .,.T ' h'n, ?. un 1 1 rr . r - sss.i.. ti .1 ivysaax';.vviL' . There Is nothing that so quickly mars the attractiveness of a young woman as a tend ency to bo slovenly in the matter of her attire. Before she Is married and while cha feels the necessity of looking as well as possible, she takes Infinite pains to be as winsome as nature and her dressmaker Rill permit of her being, but once the mat rimonial knot is tied and a change comes over the spirit of many a one, wno in the new guise is an unpleasant revelation to the husband, who thought he had married a. tidy, trim creature, but finds In her place a. careless, happy-go-lucky somebody, who keeps her good frocks locked up in a closet, tho whllo she- Ihes morning, noon and night In a tv rapper. Now w hlle a -wrapper is Intensely comfortable, the average wo man does not look like a beauty in one, and with the wrapper habit, is also as quired the curl paper and out-at-heel slip pe...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 July 1897

( THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. JULY 25, 1807. 9 if Columbia to Cuba. Now, Cuba, do stop teasing me! I've told you so before. That I Intend to help you when I've scrubbed and dried my floor. That housekeeper I had last time s Left me in sucn a routs, I must clean up my own affairs; Now, dear, don't make a fuss. You're starving! My. but that Is sad. Just for a healthy meal! I was sore hungry once myself, I know Just how you feel. Tes. It Is true, brave, generous Franco Gave me the helping hand; But I need aid from no one now. Which all may understand. But, really neighbor. I've no1 time To cook -yon-food to-eat, I cannot help adistresscd. friend 'Til thine at home are neat. You're dying. Cuba! That, looks bad You're dying; at. my dopri But I Intend to help you When I've scrubbed and dried my floor. r J4ne M. Lyon. What's, reason this Is of cpnMctlng fash ions; audacious combinations of kinds and colors In dress and millinery; of brilliant tints, of doubtful taste and more than dou...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 July 1897

Own i PGXinrj&v.,iMx7tt,mtffiit$lki ,.! 10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL,' SUNDAY, JULY 25,1897. M,I. W. H. SEEGER, CITIZENS Directors : I. S. F1TZHUGH, Prctldtnt Sidney McWHllams, W. N. Moore, Stuart Carkener. Phil E. Chap nell. Alex Gebbart. M. V. Watson, H. P. "Wright, Fred Huttlg, Geo. Holmes, S. J. Fltzhugh, W. H. Seeger, H. C SchwitzgebeL : : if nT r.....n IlISSULiri,IVanSaS& I eAdS I IUMUU. about Friday's dose; .but as Chicago recov Seienth and W.andotte Street, wed somewhat of Friday's loss, buyers be- KANSA5 U1TX, J11U. capital - sl850,ooo Surplus and Undivided Profit.. Jl.lSO.ooo. :n all street. New Tork city. 4j0 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Pa. HJ Washington street. Boston. Mass. Bandthorqula 2. Hamburg, Germany. Kinfl 734 lmtiri1nm Tlnllotld. a Lombard street, London, L. C, En gland. Dorotheen-Strasse 51. Berlin. Germany. 15 Hue du Louvre, Parts, France. Arthur E. Stllwell. President. Vice Presi dents: 1st, J. McD. Trimble; Id, E. L. Martin. 3d. W. S. Taylor; 4th, J...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 July 1897

jirmv?t - THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. JULY 25, 1897. II WANTED MALE HELP. FOR SUG-IICIL ESTATE. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. LEGAL NOTICES. LEGAL NOTICES. LEGAL NOTICES. LE6AL NOTICES. n.w l1 WANTED An Idea. WHO can- think of rome simple thine to patent? Protect your Ideas they may brine you wealth. Write John VAedderburn & Co, Dept. E. 2. pat ent atty. Washington. D. C for their 11.E00 prize offer and new list of 1,000 in tentions wanted WANTED Reliable men everywhere to tack up advertising feigns. CO earned week ly working for us exclusive territory Those meaning business enclose 10c for postage, packing, sample, etc- Wilson Ohemiral Co . Tj rone, Pa WANTED Good man with bicycle or bug Ky In each county, steady work. $73 per month and expenses guaranteed. Send ref erences and stamp. J. Williams, 215 Madi son St., Chicago. WANTED Salesman, $5 a day. No can vassing. No deliveries. No collections Samples free Side line or exclusive. Mfrs., 3341 Market street, Philadelphia. WANTED T...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 25 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUKDAY. JULY 2-5,1897, 12 rect slid tha trea to t pip. M to E cite pmp tlr.pr he jnik ft I Ii ten mik befr Bo da were n!vo ftlth Scl feet ort lie I posit card at a We but was 'Plane Uie r I MB. ROBERT BONNER. A LETTER FOR 1'OOR HOI S WHO iV4iT TO GET RICH. HOW HE BECAME A MILLIONAIRE EVER OWED A DOLLAR AD XEER AJKKI) FOR CREDIT. Brgan In n rrlutlnu Office nt $25 a lent- Ilia First tnlafm Found ing of the fw 1 orL. LedRer Paid '0,000 for u -o cl. New York. Jul 5 -I write this letter for young men. It Is Intended for oung busi ness men 'who want to succeed. It Is penned for poor bojs -who desire to set rich. and. In short, for ecr- one who cares to study others In the hope that he may therebj fret suggestions which may help himself. It Is the story of a poor Irlh boy who landed in New York with JJ In his pocket, and who ten jears ago retired from business worth his millions. It Is the story of a joung man who started an enterprise out of his salngs. and by his...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 26 July 1897

$Bke & $ $ Hi If fm . iK TOf NO. MAJOR IVOODSON STAND OR t MIST SOME SIGNIFICA1 .JMARKS. PROSECl'TOR LOWE'S IXTERVIEW STIRS II' CHEAT INTEREST. Preliminary Hearlnc of Schlegel and Vebrr To-morrow Expected to Attract n Great Crowd Iloth the Prisoners De cline to Talk. Looking back over the tissue of false and contradictory statements made by John SchleRtl and his wife since the former shot and killed Dr. L. A. Berger. July 8. It Is difficult to see where the murderer has a single straw left for his defense along the lines he has maintained. The Inter view with Frank M. Lowe, published In The Journal yesterday, and far more fully and fairly than In any other Kansas City newspaper.- branded as untrue the claim of Mrs. Schlegel that In his presence Dr. Ber ger had confessed to forcibly assaulting her. had offered her money to compromise and had then and there threatened her life. Upon the truth or falsity of this story of Mrs. Schlegel. a great many maintained, rested the whole case...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 26 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUKXAL, JKOJS'DAT, JULY 26, 1897. WHY SUGAR JUMPED. TIILE EXri.VNVTION OF W IIY THE STOCK WENT 11. FORESIGHT OF THE TRUST. uimiki) mth in nnrone the TARIFF LVV. TOOK EFFECT. While- Democrats 'Were Delnjlnit the Hill tin- Trust vti IlrlnBln lu MiIilonil Dutj Free-Trust Ant l'a circil by Tariff. Washington. July -(Special ) Why his the sugar tru"t stock advanced so enor mously during the past fortnight, .and es jiectelly iwe the action of the tariff con ferees on thU subject liecnme known? Does the tariff hill site to the sugar trust any undue advantpge. and if not. is there any other eaue for tho advance in the stocks of the trut Thee are inquiries which ecrj citizen is making, and properl). The) are perti nent to the occasion It Is right that he should mHke them, and it Is right th it they should be answered, and answered frankl). That sugar trust stock has advanced as It beoflme apparent that the tariff bill was approaching completion Is undeniable. That It did ndv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 26 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 26,1897. KANSAS 01T. KAS. The Branch Offlce of TUB JOURNAL has KHored to Room E, Halted bide, where nil advertisements and Items of news will receive prompt atten tion. Anj complaints as to delivery of the paper will lie speedllr reme died If notice Is given. Tel. West S3. rrCICV Inntitiito Portsmouth Bldg.. LLLLI IlldlllUlu Kansas City. Kas. The only place In Kansas where the Im Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. ASKING HER RELEASE STRONG EFFORT BEING MADE IX BE HALF OF MRS. 3IAYBRICK. HER FRIENDS WILL NOT REST. TIIEV ARi; DETERMINED TO GET HER OUT OF PRISON. E. C. Hostetter, DENTIST, Corner 5th and Minn., over Harris'. SEND YOUR LINEN TO THE Wulf Steam Laundry, Corner Fifth street and State avenue. No de structive machinery used. Tel We.t fil VETERANS WRATHFUL INSULTS TO COMPANT K ARE VIG OROUSLY nESENTED. Believe Tbnt She Is Innocent of the Crime for "Which She Is Und...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 26 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, JULY 26,1897. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. KSTADL1SHED 1S54. Thr Journnl Company, PahIIher. Itlalto Ilnlldinc, Ninth nnil Grnnd Ave. NEW SUBSCRIPTION HATES Single copies Sunday ,.2c .5c DELIVERED BT CARRIER. Dally and Sunday. 19 cents per week; 45 cents per month BY MAIL. IN ADVANCE. Daily ami Sunday, one year ' 00 Da.:y and Sunday. 6 months 2 CO D.-.l'y and Sunday. 3 months I " Dsl!v and Sunday. 1 month 40 Surdav onlv. 1 vtar. 1 iw Weekly Journal and Agriculturist. 1 yr 50 TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Buttress Office Editorial Rooms 812 New York Office 51 and 32 Tribune Bid? Chicago Office 1320 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Dorm Special Agency. Sole Agents, Foreign Advertising. Entered at the Postoffice at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. Weather Forccnut for Monday. Washington, July 25. For Oklahoma anJ Indian Territory Fair; continued high temperature; variable winds, becom ing northerly. Missouri and Kansas Fair; continued hich temperature; north to n...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 26 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 26,1897- BASES ON BALLS COS PARDEE'S WILDNESS AND ERKC O'ROCRKE LOSE THE GAMI "Ruale"' Pitched a Fine Gumf Sbovrs Thnt lie "Wna Too Vali a Jinn to Stay on the Fart Other Hall Games. "STin " Bases on balls was the undoin;PIr- "Rueto" Pardee jesterday. The 0tur" iy Western Association pitcher wa 8 won his Ba"nith case but fo in tractable xfi oC his throw!n'm ln the first flvlln55. In those awtoss six men waiocml1 to first beclf hIi InabiUty ut il ever" In second Inning a C f clumpy "y O'Rourke listed victct0 the visitors, aftcr all. it e free passes I11 tnat lid the i "id let the merfm ohl take the -l-ry of the series, by a score of Taking everything Into (deration. Pardee pitched a wonderful e J ester day. Two days before he hA'ched on the plains of Illinois and hff"eIed a" Saturday night. It was prot th larK est audience that he had eiaJed; " certainly the team ho pltchealn3',JJa' the strongest that he naff" !" against this season. Anotl'nln.S J...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 26 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY. JULY 26,1897. 6 MINERS LANDING AND UNLOADING HATERIALS AT THE SITE OF DAWSON CITY. m mmmrMouuwmZr SEE T&T THE VWMMm ' . ;. :!' "ijf FAC-MILE r .. l .M ; m -L ij,ii x i- . .4.J, . .... AgcJaWcPreparalionror As SIGNATURE OF similating ibsToodandGeguki-linglhcSiQmaksandBor,"el3cf sik?Ell'nill1 L. " ' ' ' ' . r -. . , -- - t. I COMMUNICATIONS. ! i V V,V?VX'.,V,?V'AW.VVV vwwvv v".".vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv The Ten Lost Tribe. To ha Editor of The Journal. In Jiy communication on this subject, K'hlch appeared In The Journal of June IS, I showed that Mr. George "Wilson's Inter pretation of the name Israel was contrary to the authority he adduced In his favor, viz., philoloiry. But if the meaning given by him to Israel was fanciful, his Inter pretation of Elohlm (God), and Yahaveh (Lcrd or Jehovah) Is the very antipodes of their true signification. God In Hebrew Is El or Eloah, singular, and Klohlm, plural. Its etymology Is ad mittedly Involved, and Its true ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 26 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY. JULY 26, 1897. t. CHEAP EXCURSIONS Via the Miffourl Pacific el' $5.4)-to St. Louis 15.40. Indianapolis and return, August 21 and 22. GRAND ARMY MEETING. Buffalo. N. Y., and return, August 21 Ft and 22nd. Return limit to September 20, ttl.30. Wo run the Four St. Louis Flyee. Leave Kansas City at 9:45 a. m., 35, 9:00 and 10.45 p. m. For ticket call at Union depot. No. 1082 Union ave. and City Ticket Ofllce. No. if) Main it E. S. JEWET. Passenger and Ticket A'ent. Coot Colorado. FELLOW CITIZENS; If vou arethlnk- lne of a place where cool breezesblow where vou can lounge comrortaty ana thoroughly enjoy yourselves, and escape t -r-ent Intense heat take the Ilssourl Pacific Colorado fast express, leavlg Kan iii city Union depot dally at 10 ajn., and within twenty-two hours' time ya will be within reach of Pueblo, Coloradotoprlnga. Manltou. Denver. Idaho Springs. Ilenwood Springs. Buena Vista Springs, aharmlng place for tourists, pleasure sers and families,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 26 July 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUByAL, MONDAY, uULY 26, 1897. 8 HO! FOR THE KLONDIKE GOLD HEV. S. B. -WARMER TOEACHKS O.V TI1E ALASKA DI5COVERV. Where One 31an 3Iake Fortune Tlioumndi Fall, I JH IVnrn ine Klondike? Itaili a Fool hardy aioseniettx. "Ho! For the Klondike," was the subject of the Sunday tveninrf sermon of Rev S. B Earner at the Dundee Place Methodist ihurch. "The Klondike Is the rage Just now ' said Dr. Warner. "On every hand we hear the enthusiasm for that country. It has reached all quarter of the globe. On every hide the cry seems to be. literally, as well as hpiritualls. 'ho! for the Klondike.- It van not very long ago that this whole nation of ours seemed to be turned on the thought of legislation In the matter of the tariff, but I suppot to-day many who aro thinking of the Klondike could hardly tell us whether congress has dis posed of the tariff or not. "Every part of our country has con tributed to this pilgrimage to the far Northwest. It Is not strange. History tells us tha...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 27 July 1897

mkt & ftf nmn0 mnmu S .TJME XL. r. NO. 47. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, JULY 27, 1897. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. BAit? ARE SOUND. IIX ? - o - I. I! K5 SUKi: iG SHOWING. THEIR CONDITION JULY 23. Cv CREASED DnPOSITS .UD A de crease in loans. Two Lea Xatlonnl Banks Than When the Last Statement Was Made, Vet the Gain on the night Side Is Very Marked The Figures. While Kansas City has fewer banks to day than for some years, there was never a time when she 'was financially as strong as now. The liquidation of the Metropolitan National and the Midland National, two of the larger national banks, and the absorp tion of their business by the National Bank of Commerce, within the past three months has apparently strengthened rather than weakened the bank situation here. The statements of tho national banks just Issued in response to a call from the comptroller of the currency, for statements at the close of business July 23, which will be found below, make a strong showing and one that cannot fai...

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