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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOTJENAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 22,1897- & BLDES ARE SHOT OUT AGAIN puirrv M'vicitnii's error gives IADI W VI'Ol.ls VICTORY. Two Aetv Members of tlii- lilacs Ac quit Thi-iuHcIies in Excellent Fashion Runcli Pltelic" n rim- Game 'core, 1 to . John Texas Roach could r.ot pitch the Blues to victorj jesterday and the In dians took another -tcp pennantward. What mattered it that "Texas" had all the cunts ot a Corlctt. the speed of a Rusie aid the control of a Breilcnstein? Hitters were not behind him and when rare ppor'um'lr to score presented themselves u.f vvre ju-i in a. maze ot brainless ba-e running. The score was 1 to 0. The second applica tion of whitewash in side of twenty-four hours is a, pretty thick coaling', and the loss of yesterdaj 3 same sent the Blues tumbling into seventh place, with nothing inn the Gold Bugs to siaj then- from land ing once more at the bottom of the per centage column By waj of diversity Man ager Manning yester da introduced two new nlavers...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

-F" 6 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. AUGUST 22, 1897. PASSING OF A NATION OM3 MORE TIIEVTY WILL WIPE IT OLT OK EISTENCE. A BIT OF CHEROKEE HISTORY. 0 FEWER TIIVN riFTV TREATIES 3!rE 1MTII UNCLE S.M. Oaiveit Cnminlwliin Aliont to Begin NecnlliHIoin lor the I'lnnl One Tribe linn CSrniluully Been Driven IVeat I'rom Georgia. Topeka, ICas.. Aug. 21. (Special.) Ex Eta te Sen itor II. B Kelly, now of tills city, who Is prob-ibly the best ported man in Kansas, or in any other state, for that mat ter on Indian hlstorv, has prepared a brltf storv of the Cherokees. Hundreds of col ums"hae been printed about this powerful tribe, but it lias been pieemeal Senator Kelly is the llrt to -write a condensed historj- covering the matter. His story fol- "The treaty between th United States government and the Cherokee Indiins. made In the jear 1S3. by the terms of which that tribe relinquished the last of its pofsessions east of the Mississippi river, alienated the most extensive and fertile re gion e...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

THITKAySAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY AUGUST 22,1897. The llrnnch Office of THE JOURNAL tins remorcd to Room E, Halted bids tvliere nil advertisements and Item oT ncrr Trill recelTe prompt atten tion. Any complaints, n to delivery of the paper will he apeedllr reme died If notice 1 elren. Tel. West 23. Mrs. M. L. Gates, Licensed Lady Undertaker for Latliei' and Children's Funerals ...., Cor. State Ltue and -. JH It'v'd. ret S4J0. irnrw !-.:.. Portsmouth Blag. LTLtl nST IUIB Kansas City. Kas: fl The only place In Kansas where tha II Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as aDove. STOCKHOLDERS SUED "IUST SUITS llHOCCHT UNDER. THE NEW RANKING L.VAV. FTER ARGENTINE BANK PEOPLE JTHER SUITS TO FOLLOW IN SHORT ORDER. Some of the Stockholders Have Come Up. With the Cash Others Will He I'asbed and Bank Depos- Horn Look for a Good lllK Dividend. The first suits to be brought under the I new banking' law passed by the last legis lature, ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 22 August 1897

8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SOTDAY, AUGUST 22, 1897. ALEXANDER WANTS A WIFE. SO PRINCESS OP EUROPE FOCND WILLING TO 3IARRY HIM. His Hojnl House I Not Quite Ripe Yet Ilia Father a DlncWleB Port- nenl Is on tiie Kte of Be- romlnjr a IlepnuIIc. KIrg Alexander of Servia can't get a wife. Once there was talk of marrying liira to a j oung princess c Germany and later he ws mentioned as bridegroom for one of the Prince of Montenegro's beautiful daughters. But the rumors have all proved false. No one -will have him. He might cast an ejo upon some of the rich Ameri can women. Perhaps one of them would be wi'ling to help pay his debts for a share of liis shaky throne. Alexander thought at first that it was because papa and mamma were not living together that he could not get married, so be has brought them back to Belgrade and established them in opposite wings of the S ifi i ALEXANDER, OP SERVIA. empty and the government, without a es tlge of financial credit left, either abroad or at home, w...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 August 1897

.1 . It ubIxZe&2 k.. itf f mmml VOIilU XL. NO. 74. 1 C-rt' ' REALLY 'VBRT JOB. MONDAY. KANSASY, AUGUST 23, 1897. cracksmen- blo O x a safe i APrnovi jc. WAS IT REMARKABLE LUCK? uic safe held jiomiv tor the nnsT time ix i i:ns. 'Amount Secured Trilling, hut It May Prove Thnt Paper Taken "Were Valuable Burglar Do a Quick: anil Master lj J oil. The safe in David Cook & Son's grocery store at the northwest corner of Tenth and Wyandotte streets was blown open at 3 CO jesterday morning and money and checks to the amount of $33.4? were stolen. Some of Mr. Cook, Sr.'s, prlvato papers were taken, but owing, to his absence from the city it is Impossible to ascertain of just what value they are. Tho Job was evidently the work of et pcrts, as it was neatly and thoroughly per formed. A small holo was drilled directly under the knob of the door and a charge of black ponder inserted. Tho force of the explosion shattered tho door nnd blew it several feet away from the safe, except th inner ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 August 1897

2 THE KANSAS CITY JOURkA G. A. B. ENCAMPMENT M1Z Alllo .i:ilTIIG IMON MUTOG on iJLrr.iLo. THOUSANDS ARE THERE NOW. ALL KUI.ItOtlls i:'ii;ui CITY III .VMM. M'ELIAL THAI.!. Sccr:il Cnmlitlatrs fur thr tlllit-c Ctiiimiiuli-r-Iii-( hicf Scxt V.u- t-niiiimi-ut Likely to Gu to Cincinnati It icli uioiiil, Va., After It. u( TJuffalo, X. T.. Aug. 22 -Buffalo Is all ready for the arms of eterans who are on their nay here to attend the thirtv -first annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic. During the night hundreds of veterans and their frlerds arrived, and to-day they are coming in liy the thous ands. It is estimated that nearly S.O03 strangers icre in town jrsterday and that from 15.0C") to 20.VQ came In to-day. Tie -various railroads entering Buffalo re port that in addition to the hundreds of tegular trains schedules have been pre pared for 2'". specials to arrive here by Tuesday noon Among the prominent ar rivals are J. Cor Win-ins of Commander-in-Chief Clark-on's staff: J. S....

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. — 23 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURl MONDAY, AUGUST 23,1897. sas mi has. The Branch Office of THE JOURNAL has removed to Room E, United bide., where all advertisements and items of ncrra Trill receive prompt atten tion. Any complaints as to delivery of the paper will he speedily reme died if notice Is slven. Tel. West 23. SEND YOUR LINEN TO THE Wulf Steam Laundry, Corner FIf in street and Slate avenue. No de structive machinery used. TeL AVest S3. KEELEY Institute &&B The only place In Kansas where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions tre administered. Address as above. ST. JOHN ANSWERS. THE PREACHER REPLIES TO THE GERMW !EAA'SPAPER. LAWS MADE TO BE OBEYED. THE GREVT O.ECSTIO'N HI.NGES OX T11VT POIT. Dr. 1st. John Sajs He Welcomes For- ciscner if They Come Prepared to Ohey the Lnm, Othcr- vrlse Mt Ills bide of the Question. J 1 Since Rev. C II. St. John opened up a 1 vrar on tho joint evil of this city ho has ' been the subject of many newspaper at...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 August 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOUENADNDAY, AUGUST 23,1897. ic &M5B5 ditn journal. i:tnlillUril 1S5I. Tun jnritxAi. conv. Publisher. Rlclto BnlMlnc. Ninth mid Grand Avenue. Suuicrlptlim Itnfrai By carrier. Dally and Sunday. 10 cents jer week; 15 cents lcr tnonth. By mall. Pally onJ Sunday, one month, 40 cents; three months. 51; Fix months, $2; one year. It Siesta copies. 2 cent.". Dally; 5 cents Sunday. its provisions Superintendent McNnll seems to bo wilfully and knowingly as suming tho attltudo of a lawbreaker. It may bo that tho insurance companies have gone wrong in their attempts to force Mc Xall to obey the law of Kansas, inasmuch as they sought the wrong court, or some thing of that sort, but this in no wiso mitigate:, the circumstance that McXall is exercising powers which are not his, and which tho pcoplo of Kansas have never delegated to him. Tlic'NYcUlj- Journal ami AprrlcnltnrUt Published Thursdays, ,50 cents per year. Telephone: Business Office, 230; Edi torial Rooms S12; Kansas C...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 August 1897

pjsrT- 7r?j5"st$5r jr ''-PS-mi r - w m&Ot! -, r INDIANS TAKE THEM BOTH. Tun nr.nns DcrnvTCD iv a douiii,e header, sioi and s to r.. Pardee nnd "Brownie" Foreman Ont- IiKehcil Iv ell um nnd Monroe, lint tin- Illnen AVere Half Ilcntcn Before the Gnme Ilcgnn. Ik Tour thousand fans saw the Blues go down to defeat twice before the coming champions from Indianapolis j-csterdaj. IJoth games were hard fought and scrappy, hut the Blues seemed to be be Hen before they started. The hcores were 5 to 1 and S to 3. Two pitchers of av erage deftness otn clated for the Hoos lers, but It made lit tle difference to the Blueb. They scatteted their hits in a waste ful manner and pliy ed nothing like the game they should have put up with the pitching which was done by Pardee and TJrtY sfrktf j m srt o The big Now Mexican outpitched Kellum, while Foreman made a. much better show ing than Monroe. A bad accident marred the second game, bhprtstop riynn was hit in the head by a fwitt, high inshoot that k...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 August 1897

T ? ' V - - iss25S! .t.t.y, W THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1897. x:t:-x-x kr.rwyC"Ke- COMMUNICATIONS. THE BIGGEST GOLD BRICK OF THE YEAR, NOW AT DENVER. .& League of Workmen. rnal. Vnemplo, cd , sties. make such an nrUc-dd upon the ignorance of hisreaaers. few ar Mone . t nl c.Timlt a. ! ir permission a ". " - ohm, ana a anon ""t"'""l'i-nt Kiies O LC.h thP columns ol your for an and I will take the mill at ues. u.; luiuupi - - i - - - - - . ... .. .-irwl ins IllilliU u t-'- nvid wage- curiae and rapidly growin S2JS,"S,rA ffit of ltatae :. .. m sucircstions along " .; ,,. ,.eel. approximately 1.x - coiunuw --- jor ail. anu i "'''" '2 his name is o plated newspaper . ".-- dentlned 'with'the upbuIjainB of, the it condition i """"?,'- -.,. industry that th to offer aruVlldren 'ofNIlrf call It XllXTs, me suggestions , low !?&' ,teel. approximate y l-'xi which, in my humble opinion. ... Alter Iieatlmt it is i "-"" h.n reheated l?X vast army c persons who out 6 iccu ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 August 1897

'w3SSgSSS9SffSSSBSS THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, AUGUST 23,1897. u Hi SYMPATHY FOR MISS CISNERO JLLIA "WARD HOWE II S WRITTEN A-N AFPEYL TO THC TOPE. Sad Story of Her Misfortunte Consul General Lee Mnde a Personal Ap peal to Captain General AVejlcr to Snc Her. Great interest has been excited all over America liy tlio cruel fate that eecms to be passing over Evangeline Betancourt y Cisnero, the beautiful joung Cuban, whose picture -was printed In Tho Journal at that time Uiat It was threatened to send her to prison for twenty jears. Sirs. Jefferson Davis has written a letter Interceding with, the queen of Spain In her behalf. Society people at many of tho fashlon nblo resorts have returned from their amusements to use their In fluence in her behalf. Mrs. Julia TAard Howe, the author, has written an appeal 10 the pope to induce the Spanish cot em inent to save Miss Cisnero. Tho appeal Is as follows: To His Holiness Pope Leo XIII. Most Holy Father: To you. as the head f r'jtimitn r...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 23 August 1897

tv-T 1 'isuasJJ JjLssXiH ZPSZBSei: - T 'T:t:?3gyr??Tt'!fty?','r; rsiaissa f;Jr7ewTtf-j- mr -;rciTstei. A 8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MUiNDAY, AUGUST 23, 1897. ) POINTERS ON CRIPPLE CREEK. m:v. DR. .1IMvIS TELLS OF HIS VISIT TO 1Iin CAMP. Even tlie Prrnclicr Tarn Proipcctors Sonic LrHHnim Hrnvin I'roru the TlrdcHH Scnrcli for Colli. Dr. II. D Jenkins, vho returned -.ester-day morning from his vacation In Colo rado, wok as the subject ot his evenins Ferrnon at the Second rresbvtcnan church. "Lessons From Cripple Creek." His thnnie was taken from the parable of treasure hid In a Held. He said that h thought of this passnKC in the Scripture a few das aso when he was lsltins the famous, mining camp-, in the Cripple Creek neighborhood. Victor. Independence. Alt man and others. Here in a wide wilder ress where a few scars aso .1 blue jay could not find sustenance he found 13.000 to 20 000 souls or-nnized into towns and cities, with hotels, lxinks. tchools. diily papers and numerous churches...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 August 1897

VC--S l Kassa&afissEx-.:: tr -? - .,.- ,l.,w.- Z&La lJ fee - fCatt 5as itg JTjmriml VOLUME XL. NO. 75. TUESDAY. KANSAS CITY, AUGUST 24, 1897. TUESDAY. PRICE TWO CENTS. to fobge a;:rike. 0 i i - K.MCIITS OP LIBOR J"' !RS AUE WORKKG A SIIREM rrjy"IEME. T ? GRIEVANCE AGAINST ;-10ADS FILING UP EVERYTHIV SIDLE FOR ST. LOUIS COKERECE. Complaints Already Filed Asalnst the Gulf and Other Ronds Walking Delegates Bnay la Kmim City and at Division Points. L"iit ' "on of Grand Master . 'knan Sovereign, who Is helping in the coal miners' strike in the East, the Knights of Labor are planning a movement that is intended to complicate the strike situation and involve the railroad employes of the East and "West to such an extent that trouble -Rill ensue and the men -Bill unite with the coal miners In a common fight. This statement Is made upon undoubted authority and after Investigation. The plan Is to be -worked quietly until the great con ference of labor leaders and delegates at St. Louis...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 August 1897

1 :.sjm.iSK3K3SIWMs afeCSS2N..2s THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. 1897. A REINDEER EXPRESS new scheme for a line op COM MUNICATION TO THE KLONDIKE . GOVERNMENT EXPERIMENTING. BIG DHMAXD FOR REINDEER FOR FREIGHTING 1'URPObES. Idea in Starting a Reindeer Farm Wns to Proldc Food for Fuinlsh- Idk Eskimos Government Schools in Alaska Gold Ivlnir Return. Washington, Aug. 23. Some interesting statements relating to the sold region in Alaska and the reindeer experiment there arc brought out in the annual statement of United States Commissioner of Educa tion Harris submitted to-day. It describes in detail the progress of the mining, the growth of Circle City, Dawson and the Klondike district, tho two principal routes, via St. Michael's and via Chilcoot pass. Touching on the importance of extending the Introduction of reindeer into that ter ritory, the report says the reindeer stations ought to be ablo to furnish 500 reindeer trained to the harness at once for the uso of tho miners...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 August 1897

ISdIV-r1rW,;3C. ft I J sa&ssasweKI THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, AUGUST 21,1897. MNSMcnrKANSAS, Doivnri Doisnri dont! Don't buy anything in the Gents' Furnishing Goods line until Wednesday or thereafter. There is a good reason why you shouldn't. On Wednesday morning the Theodore Schultz Gents' Furnishing Goods Co. will open its store at 451 Minnesota avenue with a full and complete line of new goods. Everything will be brand new, the very latest out We propose to handle nothing but the very latest styles and we are going to sell everything in the Gents' Furnishing Goods line at prices that cannot be beaten on the Missouri side. Don't forget the day of opening and the location. THEODORE SCHULTZ & COMPANY, 451 MINNESOTA AVENUE. THEY'LL NOT GO OUT. RESLLT OP THE STRIKE CONFER ENCE I.N KVNSAS CITY. KEELEY Institute ST.3: Ihe only place Jn Kansas -where the Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat Dent for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions .re administered. Address as above. NEGRO EDI...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 August 1897

. ftlaas---3 -m i f . -"ir2.J233lsisaKa -s - s 1 THE KAKSAS CITY JOURNAL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2J,1897. Zht Kansas Clito uwnal. Entnlillxbril 1K.14. THE JOUIt-NAt. COMPAT, rulillslic-r. Riclto Building, Ninth and Grand Avenue. Subscription Halo: By carrier. Dally and Sunday, 10 cents per week; 43 cents per month. Bj null. Dally and Sunday, one month, 40 ci nth. three months. $1: six months, $2; one J ear $S Single copies, 2 cents, Dally: 5 cents Sun dav. IlicWrrLI) Journal find AcrlcnUnrint Pub'ished Thursdays. 30 cents per 3 ear. Telephone: Business Office, 230; Edi torial Rooms S12. Kansas Clt. Kas.. W. 2U I'orclKii AtliorlUIncs The J. E. Van Dcrcn Srecial Agency, with offices 1320 Ma sonic Temple, Chicago, and 21-32 Tribune Building. New Yorl.. sole agent for foreign advertising. Eutcrcd at the Postofilce at Kansas City, Missouri, a-? second class mall matter. "Uenllier Forecast for Tttesilnj. Washington, Aug. 22. ror Oklahoma and Indlin Territory Fair; variable wind-. For Missouri an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 August 1897

ISeSHESSIE-Ei s. -2 . V- V If THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1897- NEW PITCHER SHOWS UP WELL . nut, nn: or cli:vi:l mj. ivi'ns HI rilllT c. iir. HuliI tin Coliiiuliti M-iintori Down to I'if lilt 1 I)l:ilili-il in the l.iil InnliiKT l n NTlft Liner V'ort-, U to IS. a5 'S' If the standing In the percentage column had been reversed the game that was plaj-ed at Imposition park jesterdaj after noon hetueen the Blues and the Colum-liu- Senators would "have been more true to form. The lilues won with such ridic ulous ease that It hardly eemed like a Kittle between tut division and second division teams. The score wai 9 to 3. Outbattcd. outfie'.d ed and outplaje-d, tne isitors went down to defeat with a cold and melancholyplunk tint founded like the explosion oT Colum bus hopes for second place honor-. The seventeenth addition to the lllues lsf7 pitching armj (they are too numerous to call them a corps) was given a trial in the box jehterd.iy. and his medley of curves was to e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 August 1897

wsflsjsjl,. ..t.wmmmmmimm'immmim ;.l . U - "" y 6 jr. 6 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 18S7. s. j; riTznvGir, Prut. CITIZENS IT. IT. SEEQER, CaMer. B.C. SCIHTITZGEBEL, Attt. Cathier. National Bank. OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN THE CITY. Directors: Missouri,Kansas &TexasTrustCo. bircittli and Wyandotte Streets, JiAXSAS CITY, MO. CAPITALi - SI, 350,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits. S1.250.O00. 1 Nassau street. New York. 400 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. 113 Washington street, Boston, Mass. Sandthorquia 2, Hamburrr. Germany. Singel 23S, Amsterdam. Holland. 31 Lombard ttreet, London, E. C, En eland. Dorotheen-Strasse 54, Berlin, Germany. 15 Rue du Louvre. Paris. France. Arthur E. Stilwell. President. Vice Presi dents: 1st, J. McD. Trimble: 2d, E. L. Martin: 3d. W. S. Taylor; 4th. Jacques T. Nolthenius. Arthur C. Robinson. Secretary: W. S. Taylor. Treasurer; Frank B. Wilcox, Ass't Treasurer; J. J. Cairnes. Ass't Secretary: E. S. Mosher. Ass't Secretary; Trimble tc Bral...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 August 1897

j "U :tL m THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24,1897. FAMOUS BY HIS INJUNCTIONS. Jndsrc Jolin JnckMiu, Central FIcure In the Rri'nt JIIihts' Strike in the United Stati-M. , Tho central figure in the great miners' ftrike is United States Judge John Jay Jackson. He has gained a national repu tation from his versatility of accommoda tion in tho matter of Injunctions. The judge is the oldest of tho district judges of the United States. m , John Jav Jackson, eldest son of General John J. Jackson, was born at Parkersburg. IV. Va.. August 4, 1K24: was graduated from Princeton college in 1513; was a law student under his father and John J. Allen, presi dent of the supreme court of Irginia; was admitted to the bar the following year and elected the llrst prosecuting attorney ut Wirt county in lSSi. and the same year w-as appointed to the same offlce in Ritchie county. , . , . In lo52 and again In 1KB he was elected to the Virginia legislature from Wood county. During this time he acqu...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 24 August 1897

SiSttssairaaisaasScsEi'i ittsSfeSM BftcwtaajB3?fe- jfttaM(l j 1 8 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1897. m FRIENDS SUPPORTING HER. "ALAT UETSV" CIlLTCIiriELD LOSES IIEU HOMESTEAD. I'roliutc JiulRe Gninntte I Forced to Decide That Her Stepson's Heirs Are Under No Lujral Obliga tion to Care lor Her. It went aRa.ir.st the grain for Judge Gul notte, of the probate court, to decide jes terday that "Aunt Bett" Crutchfleld, of Ve-tport, had no Kgal claim on the estate of her Ftopson, Taltan H. Crutchileld, but there tra-i no law for a decision in faor of "Aunt Ectyy" and the court had to hold that Taltan Crutchfield's children were under no legal obligations to sup poit "Aunt Betsy." It was a moral obll cation. if any. and "Aunt Betsy" cannot recoer anj thins from the estate of the stepson uliom she raised. But "Aunt Bcfy" -w III not suffer. She has too many friends for that. She will lie supported by them and be.- stepson's estate will not be held liable for her main tenance. ...

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