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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 9 February 1895

ir (,m,i) tw-"v wwpwspji? v vmw r twtv ' wwr m& ir --$F?r T1IK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY n, 1895. 5 KANSAS CITY, KANSAS. YES, IT'S EASY ENOUGH To Sell the Goods at Right Prices When They're Bought at Right Prices. To-day, Saturday 10 O'clock at Groceries 200 linRq grnnutntod dURnr. fdlshtly foiled liy litnlnR been wot, nt .11 lbs for J1.00. It U awect ami -wholesome, but n time on coior. 31 lbs N O. white clarined pugnr for mi ins unite v.oniectioners- , stiernr, -.5 iM oesi stnmtnru Krntuimtcu BUgnr for $1. "0 lbs cut loaf siiRnr for $1. Soaps for a Day. To-dny 10 bars Ladles' Trlcnd, 23c. To-dny by tho ho, JJ.fi.1. To-dny 10 bnis Vv'ntor Queen, 23c. To-dny by the box, $2.70. To-dny S bnrs Ibex for 23c. To-dny by tho box, $1.13. To-dny S bars Lenox for 23c. To-dny by the box, $3 IB, This soap la hero on snlo to-dny. iTVhllo It Inula we'll cell 23c worth to inch customer nnd no more. At the box Irlco we'll sell one box and no more to Inch customer. Wo do this o our...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 9 February 1895

'WWW Js' -23LI ,-' -tsjf?' ' lilE KANSAS CITY JOUHNAL. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 0, 189 0 WHEAT AGAIN DECLINED. TIIK I'M'.UOItWtt.i: IIOMI COMMI NT C.Usl.ll A I Oss 01' l'Jtc I OK MA. Cnrn lln AIo llo loner, flats Int. Inniil Suit nnd l'miMi'iis .Made Mmlinlto I t,n. Chicago, III , Eeb. S -Wheat made '. -iln tnrly oil the fnior.ible foreign hews, lull lost It Inter under rcallrlng on the un favorable rummcnt upon the new bond In sue, closing We loner for Ma). May corn closed Uo lower, .May oats tc lower and provisions nt declines, Wheat opened unexpectedly strong at Xroin G4c to H'io for .May, compared with MHc at the close jestcrdny. The strength van caused by the llrmctiM of the LlVci Jiool market, which h.ul been looktd for to gilt Us Usual Fjmpathy to Hit bears licre. Rut the Euruptuns art now riper lencing a last" or the some ttmpnature Mhleh bus been freezing this lountr) ami inoro or less damage to winter wheal nut) be thu conscnuLiKc ovei there. The r cent record ot small receipts ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 9 February 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY FEBRUARY il, 189,. BUS!NESSPERSONALS. c. c. ptiATT-riNn tutors, For men, 91" Main Kt. Largo Involen of Btrong Carroll's shoes Just received. Good goods tit rensonnblo prices. Messrs. Putnam & . sell the Plymouth Itock Pants Ihnt were foi merly sold for jiosr, for $3 (iii. fall ntnl see nt their par lors, 312 nml 311 New nidge building. lUtltHII citi7i:K COAL. Ak your denier for It. Unexcelled, mnl ft home Industry. OtUce, Am. Ilk. Tel. 2191. mtAt.v pood. Knt fish nnd oysters nt Morledgo rlsli nml Oyster Co ' enfo, 911 Walnut. BENEFITS OF SUBS01LING. KM'KRtKNCi: IN A HHV SKASON IX m:iiii.sk.. Planting Seed rotalne status nf the Sheep industry 1 or the llrglnncr In Poult ry-ltciiiilng dinners Miscellaneous .Notes. Peter Younger, Jr.. In rich! nnd l'nrm. In answer to numerous Inquiries In regard to our method of subsolllng c ulll en lienor to proscnt n pliln Btntement from the commencement of our experiments as conducted during the pant eight )n nt...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 9 February 1895

t ,j,.,-iia...Mill'i'IW")fc jju,VMk?&URiM tr.aimnimK-y.aw'.wyM i ww iU'Win'Tur urn w ""fSPW"- T THE KANSAS OUT JOUltyAL, SATURDAY ytiHltUAlU' tl, 1S,)5, MESSAGE IN THE SENATE, MKMiir.its oivi: i:.itNi:sr Anr.NTto.v TO Till: ILMX'UTIVi: IIOtJll.MI'.NT, li Wns llrfcrrcil to Itin I'ltnim r t.ominlttce Without 4'itm MMttt -ltiiH-ntl.nl Mitten Dlcll.'cil nt .Some I.ellRlh I'M- ccrillngs In tln House. Washington, Feb S. T3m renntors plowed through mow tlrtfts lo Rot to the cnpltol to-day, nml the effect, nt tho blizzard wnn shown by tho scntil ntumilanco In tho nai leries. The condition o( tho WmihlnRton poor, resulting from tho ntorni ami Intenmi cold, Induced Mr. Sherman (IJep., U.) to Intro duce n bill appropriating J10.000 nhd nmklliK It Immediately available for tho lellet or thu poor, rormalltlis were dispensed with nml tho hill was passed without opposition or ilchatc. Tho vlco president nfinnitneetl the recep tion of n mcK.'uso from tho president. As tho clerk begun rending th...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

tT sv,''crstw( ""dSfitW" pr'4, fjrmpr- TW T fCmtjfti it The Journal Lends In Circulation. For 40 Yenr9 The Peopled Friend. PltlCK J'lYH CENTS. VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 213. SUNDAY. KANSAS CITY, FEimUAltY 10, ISOa-SIXTEEN PAOKS. SUNDAY. tW,iWV1i g mtag jfamral. I Four Unmatchable DRESS GOODS BARGAINS. The prices nnil the qualltlci nt the More loll the story bettor than we cnn here. Ifii simply a dre.s opportunity thnt you can't nfTord to ml, i on got two droei for the price or one from nn nreortment of iei coloring nnd ilclfjiia that an ticipates every fumy. Ono lot of r)rol Hoods In nil" 4f!-lnc.t wide Henriettas. Whip Cord', Merge, line Plaids, Polka Dots nnil Mixture", for merly Bold nt 'jc", $1.00 ami CQn l.!5: In tlili sale , Os?t One lot of Jirei (loodi comprising line HMnch All Wool Sergei In nil color. 40 Inch All Wool Henrietta", I)nket Cloth", etc., sold formerly nt7fo, Sue nnd y4Qr, ll.on; In this sale will bo nt ... "7l One lot of Dress Hoods comprising fl-lnch Wool Plaids, Plg...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

iUfcWHQIlK,T" "l "M -J'" Wl mi... f ttt u gfcfS'i'wi'r' " K THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1805. .-v - NEWS 0FTHE DAY, t'lty liimmiry. The upper house of lh round! hut night appropriated 2.ftJ for charlt Joseph Cloon resisted nrreM nnd received a. number of wounds j'iil Prosecuting Attorney Jrttnl.'ti jcsterdny eppolnled three o his assistants. Principal J. C Hitter, of the Fcarrttl chool. Is the descendant or teachers. The Provident Association and Helping Hand Institute nre doing n goo I work. bazar will hi- held in the Uedrmptorlst chuMi t Ihlrty-thlid street ami Proud wiv, Th- Kansas City VIi!t Club 1 now a mi mber of the Amerlcim National Whtt A-oi Inllon Fifty-one applicants, for government ap pointments underwent a chll servlee cvam Ini Ion -rterilay. W J Wnre, of lnilepni1cnee, fell nenr the mirket houso jrsterdiy and cut n r. nh In his tcalp r'lurles Mges, tried In the criminal court for the mur ler of Mchokis Smith, m a cui'ted losterdns. Mini lv. llrown, wh...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

jTfTf Sf r, WJ" TIIE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10t 1895. 3 AS SHOWN BY STATEMENTS. tiik ntmsr.ss noso: nr commission mk.v Ar Tin: stock vakds. lioiitt nf lhi Second Mj' lon of tlio l.cjrl.lalltp. Committee Hook Are freely rrnilurril for te In the lliTcntlcntloni II vrna but ft few minutes After 0 o'clock jostcrdiv' mornltiR when the sclon of the legislative commltteo opened nt the stock yards oince. The Kentlemen composing the committee were ntnloiis to dlKie of tho evidence, relating to the commission men nhil jmslioil their work nlong th.it line with commendable rapidity. Tho testimony tiken tlurlnp; the day was n continuation of that of tho day pre loU3 nnd rcl tied wholly to Die pro earn inss of the firms nnd the correspondltiR ex penses Incurred In the handling of tho business. Tho testimony watt simply cor roborative of that taken tho first diy, but was obtained from tho books of sev eral of tho other lending firms, to Hint there was a broad foundation Hid In all t...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

T -r-F'" HWW 1PW.WWW Wl 'WWWIW'' Ifpr tt" THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 10 189,5. iwwpjwwqaLwy KANSAS CITY .lontXAL The Journal lompnti) 1 "tn IihIipiI 1x51 Hntrred rtt tho Post-illl, 0 In Knnns City, Mo ns Second 'lns Mall Matter IVillv tin l Hiindn) ntie vest Pally nml Sundn), tit months Pattv and H iti lay, three months Dalv mil Simdnv tier month Dallv, without Sunday, ntie )iar Sumlnv Journal mix )ear "trl-WccM). on venr Trl t AiVIt ilu inniillm 17 W ir. 2 ( . . . fit 1 . , e k . 1 W) . 3 00 I W wccki) Jounml nml Agriculturist, ono ) ir w Pt'HC'IAh NOTH'tl Tho qu1ir rlptlon price of the Weekly Jim mil ami Am Icultiir1t has been te ilu. e i for Urn present, from Jl to 80 cent n rear Hive t'O'tofllee address In full, Including counts ntnl state In r retiring addresses changed gtve old nd Ire" us well an new Hetnltt itn ea mn) lie tniuln either liv ilrnft i stnlllce onler, express money or eler or leglstered letter, lit our rifle. Ail ill ess THi: JOUKKAt- COMPANY, Kans...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

T"T 11 WT " 1 rw- "Hw vf Vp"' ' THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 180.?. A LINE TO HAWAII. THE SKNATI: VOTl'.S VKltY ItECtStVM.Y fou tiik caiim:. THE MONEY APPROPRIATED, rniniu:NT Au-ritniuzKn to cov TltACT I 1)11 ITS COMI'l.r.Ttn.S. The Kntlrn Cost nf tlm Undertaking Is Nn( lo i:rrrit r;t,cino,otio sit Ilnno iriils ole for tlio Mil Pro i ceiling" In the House. Washington, l'cb. ! n- the decisive ote of ."0 to 25 the senate voted to-day to In augurate tlie project of Invlng a cable fiom the Pacific, coast to Hawaii, An nmend mcnt to tlie diplomatic and consular np liroprlitlon bill wns made, giving VieWO for beginning work on llic cnble and nn thorlzlng the president to contrnct for tlie entire work, estimated to cost $.WUX, Tills was the llit practical result coming from tho Intermittent Hiiwnllan debate, In-line mole linn a Jear ntul ictiowed with intensity the last week In connection with the proposed cable. The debate of the lint few dnjs has shown the lines ot dl It...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

YpC Vt$yNrvTr THE KANSAS CITY JOUftNAL, SUftDAY. FEBRUARY IP," 189,'; v. -j-Jl-iTSWItjCTBUA; WHERE THE POOR FIND AID IJHTITt'TIONS THAT t i'l't.V Till: mam-s or sfi i i:iiimi nt m miv. How the Helping lliuiil I ires fur 1 hou- Minis nf llmiiftr Mntulrre rs- llio Provide nt Axriclittlon Hi I't iiur ti I'i'iy iiK fuel ntiit 1 eeoel, The tnd t fevcre w father has called the ttttcntion of the public to those Institutions which provide for tho unfortunates whom luii g r and roM have driven to nsk tot fo I, fuel nml clolhlnir The great alms cl - nbutltiK point of the city Is, of course, th lrovllent Association, Imt the Helping Hani Institute gives shelter, food and em ploslnmt to thousaiiil", ami Is now counted one of the permanent Institutions of the itt The lunsor, too, Rives relief to hun dreds of needy people with the fund which the tounll plnces nt his disposal. The xvork of the Helping Hand Is peculiar nnd Worthy careful study. Almost ever one In Kansas City knows where the Helping...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 30, lt)o. BIG FIRE AT ST. JOSEPH. TIIK UNION Dr.l'OT IN THAT C1TV lltlltM'.ll TO Till". (I1UHIMI. The t.os Mill Ainnnnt to nl Least .1(0,. UOO, ftitlr limurcd-ltiillillnir Illicit Willi riifiiRrr tint o I.Wm Mere t,ot, St. Joseph, Mo., re. P. (Spool il.) Tho handsome Onion depot In this clly, erected In 1831 nt a cost of 300,000, was destroyed by lire to-night. Tlio lire broke out In the otllca of the Wells Targo Ktprcs Company, In tho north end of the building, ohortly after S o'clock, ami In a few minutes tho great structure wan a mass of fcrethltiR flames, villi which the lire department was pow erics to cope. The hotel at the southern end of tho depot was Mlleil with RtiestF, many of them being In the tlltilnn; rooms. Bo rapidly did tho llnmes spread that they were unable to save any of their person al effects, and with Iho exception of some furniture and silverware the en tire conti'Uts of the hotel were con sumed. The department soon s...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

wlfej, .'9HJ! fpgw 'r-vw"WTP'W(ffJiWr 8 TltE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1805. $ TRADE IN JANUARY GOOD. Mi:itrit..NTs in .i!toM i.i.Ntw or iitsiMs ni:t,mtr,.v imiicam:. Morn tlnml, nml of Hotter (Jimlltj-, tiring lurchrtrel I Inn fur llm i orre-.poiul- lug 1'rrloil u rnr Apillio Outlook t-illfilrj- it Is the cornenu of opinion ftmonit tev rcicnlntlvp merihwHi ot the city In nil lines of triule that tho new enr oponeil very ntifplclously niitl that the January business wns laifiely In ixcess of that for the corrcs"Olnl!nK period of 'Ml. They hint Wen lookini; forward to the early month of the titw vc.ir with more or Icsk fore boJInp, or hail at least been resinned to a. trade duller than tmmL Hut In tlih they were nirrecably ellaipoititeil and they are now Kreatly encour.iKed at the outlook for tho Immediate future. The llrst work of l'ebruary, iK-nplte the extreme cold of the j.ast few days, shows th it tho record ot the preceding four weeks has bieti inaln taltvel nnd...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

"".-T'IJWlW"1 -wp-pwiwt i1Trj!IW' J5SfiV wr wF TirR KANSAS CIIT SOUKNAT.- SUNDAY, J'T,mtUATlV 10, 180,1, ft M If .. . . 17 -. F VJ- l i I. IIP LT. & i w - vr c?-t3tv.n '?.-, . . ir--- SMAp f .. v 1 i "The social dutv ot paving calls, re frcolirs!, ns It necessarily Is, by frequent runa of tenld ten. Is ntmirentli- little bet ter thnn a process of slow lwlsonlng." winy urupnic. Oh, hero's n pretty slate of things! When ever you fro calling, And take this deadly lliiuor and Imbibe It without sttn I, You're certainly preparing a catastrophe npp.illltig, Your mirth is .as the little lamb's, un mlndrut of the mint. And when sour entertainer, who seems fo Hweetly placid, And quite unlike a criminal, suggests "Another enn?" She might as welt bo offering a dose of prusslc ncld, And the public prosecutor ought to take the matter up. "The cup that cheers" that hackneyed Phrase Is friKhtfully In error. If seldom It "Inebriates" (It does, the doctors plead) There lurks within Its fatal drau...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

y& H ' v "WMrfta-y -v-T1 -flPBvnrtp ygyrwi jwfl - ' )inpiy " '"" T$flPtr 10 THE KANSAS CITY JOtTIiNAL, SUNDAY, FEBKUAUY 10, 1695 WJ -lJt lJfcSWVl iJ xi ft 11 IH1IIY MH.M-T 1VITII Mlinr. IiACi: AM) SAItt.R. The reason all the world loves ft lover has been kindly explained to us by tome cenius. Tt Is because ever) ore either Is In love, has bcn In loo or ejects to bo In lovo ono of these tlajs It Is for the tame reason that we nre all decplv, ncutc ly, not to say painfull!, Interested In the nubject of growing old, or, to put it In Its only popular form, "How not to crow old." Even man, tha stalwart and (maybe) un susceptible to innlty, turns a deaf tar In that direction only when we Rrc not look ing; while vie, who have no reason to be ushamed of our good looks and our deslie to keep them, hop" more pcrseierliigl) against hope, swallow moro Impossible theories, buy more nostrums than but there, why give away the secrets of Hie charnel-house? The fact Is that woman, In whose trust...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

if" 1F "fiT T' X t-tyr "v THE KANSAS OUT JOUliNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 10, JS95. It hife?' life iWPS Viist n 'a?R vfrH HW .wV fRgzr KJmXMXm, . . J.-ssL.iMi-vlilii3fBffliw --.-" y. - ---bktw re;Am,2aifc. fijjsagss?- ? At Inst tho opera Benson of Xow Tori: Is punctuated with n. sensation. Tho first production In this country of Verdi's "Pal BtafT," founded on Shakespeare's "Merry vA'lvc3 of Windsor," with a few Interpola tions from "Henry IV," seems destined to insure Eomo "blcr nights" equal to tho "Carmen" evenings of last ccaon. Even the Immense cast of "Tho Huguenots" was not tho popular success that It should hao been. Probably the only regret of the Met ropolitan management Is that 'TnlstarC" was not put on sooner, for the opera, with Victor Maurcl In the title pirt, secmj to liao taken the town by storm. lloadois of theatrical news nro pretty well acquainted with the general charac teristics of Verdi's latest work, from Its many presentations In arlous parts of Kuropo, jet there I...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

fNtfMtaiWH 12 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNJDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1895. A m WITTY EVEN UNTO DEATH, tumu! noAit' Hiiimtr siinih ami aim- iu:i'im:i:. 1 omul Matrrlil for .lutein til 111 tjlt lllnrie llrllll i tit 3 us mi Advocate utitl iiiliitiiini e n on till. Ill Mill. It li tli inlnfortune of the present I;. tin ill n Hint Judgn Hour had no f.utluul lioiuvril Id take down liH tunny lu t,nt i)lngs nml apt repartees. 3 Int. , In tils "Twenty Yenrs in Con C - ' h aka of III til rn "A innn of I, , t in limine, varied Hriovvledso ntiil 1, en w.t I'll s iho knmv him nre unanimous in tho oplhl m Hint lie was one of tlie wis t mid wittiest sons that old Atnss ti luiMitit over IikiI. Unfiirtuii.itel), row of than nic able to recall special In stall s r Ills wit, m thnt the Rientcr part uf his bright stivlngs aro lost to the l.eril. On win was noclnteel with hlin In jint . i is , mid knew him liittmntcl. Ft.iti 1 t i.u he liml licnrd hltn often .it ids hist, hut r sanlod nil Inability to recall a...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

TTTE KANSAS CITY .TOUKNAL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, Jms. 1.1 How the Mystery of TWO Crirps Was Solved. DctectlTC Heller, Whttn nt Work Upon n Itlg afc Robbery hi New York, Cnme t'pnn Hie ilurglnrs Who ltmt Stolen 31,01)0,000 From the, Scrnnton think. Darby iklllrn's story. "There are mora wn). thnn one," sail Darby Sklllen, "ot skinning a cnt, ami If there rniin'l, there would be no chance of my having a chat with sou nbout the beranton bank robbery. All who know in well agree that 1 have Rot mueli ot the bulldog In me tint I never know when to let go after I get started I was put on the Hcranton bank by Jimmy Hope nnd Andy rosier when 1 was. n bit soung In the busi ness and I was only a subordinate, I was supposed, of course, to obey orders In every particular, and when Jimmy Hope gave m instructions to lay by the bank until I pot It for fair there was nothing else for me to do "I -vent up against the Seranton bank and I looked the ground oer ry care fully. My Instructions were to find ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

V-9"MH7 ! THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1895. S CITY, KAS1 W" Swamped Again ! Yesterday thirty-Jhrcc sales people tried to wait upon our Grocery trade couldn't do it. Yesterday we thought we had bread enough for all, but the multitudes came and carried it away, and at sunset there wasn't a loaf anywhere only in the hands of the people. To-morrow we add more bread to our daily supply, more people to our sales force, more delivery wagons to the serv ice, and about five carloads more of spot cash Groceries, at the same kind of popular prices. It's a mighty pleasant thing to be able to save the people thousands in cash such tough times as these appear to be. Rumors drift to our ears once in a while that there are people in this town who still claim a certain amount of re spectability who say the goods we sell are not good are worthless arc unwholesome and a dozen other things that they ought not to be. LIS TEHST ! If you. get any goods from its that are not right for any ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

TJTB KANSAS CITY JOUUNAL. SUNDAY, PKBUUAUY 10, ISOa 13 BUSINESS PERSONALS, Two good solicitors wnnted for this city nntl violnltv to sell the fnmons l'lj mouth Hock I'nntt Address, with references, Messrs. Ptnnntn Co , successors to and ngent for the V It V Co., pirlors SI2 and Sl3 New Hldgc building. c. c. pratt-pint, shoes, Tor men, 923 Mnln st Lnrgn Invoice of Strong & Carroll's shoes jut received. Good goods nt reasonable prices, imusn cnni:tf coat.. Auk your dealer for It. Unexcelled, nnd ft home Industry. OHlcc, Am. Ilk. Tel. 2131. Ladle nnd dressmakers desiring the new knowledge of dress cutting call at 1021 Wnlniit, rooms 403-1. INDEPENDENCE, Relief Committee, nf llin King's Daughters Mslts tho Home nf tlio rr itml dim llirtit Aid. The benevolent orgnnlrntlon known as the King's Daughters had Its relief com mittee out yesterday looking after the des titute nnd relieving distress In cheerless homes. In their visits yesterday they c-ime In contact with misery nnd suffering...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 10 February 1895

TO " . ri m "limv WJ.Tr- 10 WIE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1803. COREAN BUDDHISM AS IT IS. A .MGiir in tiii: ltiiun.sr iiinniitsr MUNAri:ttv nr Tin. 1 Asr. AChit With tlip I'lilrt l'rl.l -vfit Willi riftj.llto MmiM-A .itlmi nf lull ilrlt unit Spirit Wnrlilrr-Hw HuddlilU ISutu t eieile. (Cop rlBlitcd, 1M, by l'rnult 0 Carpcntsr.) 1 cpent a nlslit IimI turin In the M revet JluddhWt monnitcry of I'oron It founded 1.1W oiirn nuo, nnd Corca had Jjnddlilim while Jnpw m still uorthip liiK Hie Min coddem of Slilnlolnni. The fact Is that JaiKUueo liuddhu-iu enme from Corea. This was about MO ir nftor Christ, when one of the Coram Lings kio a Koldcn lliieldlut to tlto mlkiulu. Jlo iMipul.irUeit the rell-fton, and Jaimn was I oon filled Willi ltueldlilstf, monki nml iiurs. Tho rpllglon becaiuo popular and lo ilny ,tn.m Is one of the print tluildhlot countries of the world, Corea, cm the other hand, has sunken Into barbarism It In the laud of tnllilclt and nupirstllloiiK Tho llil...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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