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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 24 February 1895

TITE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY !M, 1805. AT GRIPS WITH A BEAR, Tttmr.MNo Kxrr.utUNcn or a urn- LOCK MILT llltNTIIIt. fnte of n nemt Tli.il Sloln Train Ilclnnij- lug to .too MitrMr, Who llml n Itrcnrtl nf lnn Heirs lit 1 dirty-alt Hour "For Ffvcrnl jenra I pi.sdl n (treat deal of tlmo In Die pine nnd hemlock forests of Western Pcnnslnnla ns tlio agent of a company of timber land speculators," said a resident of New 'iork to a reporter for tlie Sun, "ami 1 came In contact with many rare ami quaint backwoods characters! but notio Interested mo so much as old Joe Shlcblc. The first tlmo I ever saw him was one cold day In March, when he came Into tho little 'wny-back settlement whero I happened to be Just then, lie was driving a yoke of oxen to a rude sled. The load he had on tho sled was live dead bears, hiiRe fellow?, and four live bears, tho 1 ittcr being rubs three or four weeks old. Tho four cubs he left In charge of the keeper of, tho tavern, as tho little half-tori, ha...

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. — 24 February 1895

i mmm Mi ix -. , . r THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, FEmiUAUY 2-J , 1895. OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN. EX I' :itnir..NTAi.siiii'.Mi:xTnt'nt:si:i) m:i:U:s ami i.iu: cai U.K. Wn Made by 1:n! 111:111, the New l'ork Importer Mnj Open 11 Slaugh ter 1 1 mi. n Men- At the YtinU With Mtk. E.tstrnnn, the great "New York cattle nml fresh beef exporter, hn. been mak ing nti experimental shipment of dressed beeves nml live rattle from here to the p. aboard, anil the on twine lias been 111 f.ivor of dressed beef. It Is mM that 2 per cent la saved In shrinkage on the cattle killed here, nn.l the beef Is fresher nnd better ntid $1.B0 per head Is saved In freight, ns many more carcasses than llvo cnttlo can be put In ft car. If 1'. D. Armour finds It profitable to kill cattle hrc tit Kansas City to save the difference in freight between hero nnd Chicago how much mora profitable, should Enstmnn fltul It to kill his pur chases here rather tlmti ship them to New York nnd slaughter them there: nftcr a lon...

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. — 24 February 1895

TIIE KANSAS OITYMOURNAI SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 2.1,180.7. n L XWU 'Vif W N ift PA nsj The ens' penon hai not ccn a mora clo frant event than Mr. Itlehnrd It. Keith's leceptlon list Tuesday afternoon, which una a formal nnd delightful welcome homo 10 At-3. Hobert Keith. Tho spacious npait mentg wero enhanced for the ocras'on with a profusion of palms ana cut Honors Guests wire received In the llrst parlor where the nlr i fragrant with Amer ican lifnuty roiesi The were welcomed by Mrs. lllcharil Keith. Air, llobert Keith, Sirs, IrMnc W. merger, AIlss Hoarmini, 5lls Jlarparet Keith ami .Miss (leorgcttp Jones. After this formalin they were met by one or more of tho 1 idles nsststlni? In cntertalnlne, -Mrs Vlrirlni i I,ee, Mis, John 1. ieak, .virn nui innjer, mis .an im l.onir, Mrs. Samuel Aver, Mrs, t. Jl I'lclil, Mrs rcll l.a 1'oicp, Mm 1) It. Holmes Mrs. a ar. Crow, Mrs I. II. 'iler iian mid .Mrs, W. s Woods l'uneh wait fccrved In the slttlmr room, where jellow loses prevailed, bv Miss Jmnl...

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. — 24 February 1895

.i-HMimw tiiKivnimmrfrVfPwrxrsi!S)a!es 10 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FKimUAllY 21, 1803. w Ik if! a wk -a. - -ir.- z. , v '"SeTcre' nhxt .sesntnirs J. II. II. In the New York AdiertMer re calls a potlmo of vo olden times with a fcpllnr or regret Mint many other of the present day share If thoy wore only brave nounh tu confess the fact. The writer Bass. A well Informed woman, who I n wife nntl a. motltor and a houeekeope r w is heard to remark recently th.it she no longer kept .a we.-k basket. Her rorlal duties, her church work, her study club?, her nrt class, her charities, nhoibed her days and her evenings and left her no time for mending and darning, much loss niahuig and "-carcely nny fo- thinking This woman wmh not the wife of a multi millionaire: she represents a class of well-to-do buslnoii men1' wive, mothiis, head of establishments more or lens lux urious, and women whose lmin"s are many of them well kept .and orderly. Sho h.ul not vet head put tipi her the obllga tlon...

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. — 24 February 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY FlWlUTAPvY 21, ISO.!. 11 1 ul Ft r r m M. 4 THBWEBKATTHETHEATERS cf.osr. or mm. kkiint.s i:mi.iu:.mi:nt -ins iNTintr.iitMi sin lock. 'Off llio Unflli," "At lvm V .Mr Km linriktn, 'Two Olit I'rmilcs" ntnl Spipttl Con certs Animii: tlip Wrick's IUII Coming of I'ritiirl Wilson. The most Intcrestlnc ftiWBMml that Mr. K ene has pvrr played In this Pity that which drew to n cIoo nt the Coates last ecnlns. Those who saw lilm during this ene.iRPinont, mid especially those- who follow oil hlni through ceral of I1I1 champ tors, were doubtless Impre'sed with the mrprlln Improvement (he actor lms mule! lnce his last npparnnce here surprising, because It Is a rare thlnR for a man of Air. Kecni'a distinction and experience to mnkp radical chnnitei In method. Yet Mr. Keeiio has tnnde such chatiRPS, and they hnve nil been for the be.ter, nnd denote a sincere and Intellluent purpose on the part of the tragedian to leave no room for doubt as to his poltlon as the forem...

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. — 24 February 1895

aT?TO5T3irawSi'5fctajKft 1 TIIK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY FEBRUARY iM, 1895 13 WASHINGTON ELITE LIST, tOMIIIt.M V l'.TMAt."i n: in itt.dAiii) to rim ikkimi.m. lip Mm nmo Otdl'iitilnnrd Idtas dm' i rnltie tlm I lite, lilt ti lie linns- tliully t omiitiiiilislcs In n I'uhtlstiltit- Lnntpiiiy. Washington, rob, 23 (Special ) Judge Thomas M. Fftsohal, of the Twclttli Tetas illstrtet, inndo some good sugges tions for the benellt of t tic Washington "elite," ns rrpioseiitcd in the nntiitally pulllshcd list of the .sinir In this city. Jl ru lied tlm lisunl letter assuring him lb n he had been picked out ns eligible t.i belong In that list, nnd In re ply tu the same he made gome sugirc tkns nbnut "'how, nowndnj. the ox tall '1 due list I selected In the copilot Citv a tut elsewhere. The Judge I a thorough Texnn. not In In with certain social customs nnd nr lai .. in ms he lliicls in this locality, ns m j i r i ir In the reply to the lettel re c i.i 1, which will be of general Interest tj i...

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. — 24 February 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 189,5. 13 ODD, BUT A GOOD NAME. TOMHSTONFS l'AItr.Y HtSTOItr 11 OltAVK St'll.tKCT. Isilrer Mine That Made. It Were lliptlecd With Itlooct, for the Rlscoterer nnd Two of HI .Surcessors Mere Mnrdrred. most peculiar nam for a town Is lbgtone," and many have wondered e groiVBOtne cocnotnen. Thn Mtnt. Ver, Is not the result of a intra ot rancy, out tho natural out if the events which slenalljed tho Of tho town, nnd connected there ys a story as Interesting as any 0 hn Pl'eC hppn lol.l nt n mtnll,H tombstone Is situated about ten mile loin .vnirunnks, n. vil c lino of railroad. T illes Is traversed by ,s of tha old fashion. om Knlrbnnks, a village on tho Hanta xne journey or ten stage. Tho singe The driver ullnirs on cither side of him a rllle for the pro tection ot ine mans and ins passengers. if there happens to bo anything ot un usunl Importance to bo carried, such as money or other valuables, a second driver will occupy a seat on tho singe...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 24 February 1895

mut.iMHFa.m u 1 1 niP KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY FfiMUAllY K 1805. KANSAS CITY, KANSAS. The ROYAL BILLIARD HALL, The Best In the Consolidated Cities. "GENE" TOWNER PUOIMeli.lORS SAM tYIcCONICAL Wo aim tu make this itn plneo of nmnscment In Hits city. A frcn Rcfitilng 11. miii sttpplip I with nil t!n latest periodicals. No Minors pofiiiltteil op wanted. A lino line of rlinii'P hey West unit i)oturtie Clears. Via enter only for tlia iffnltc in ii trade. Our llilliard md Tool 'lnblos tiro nil now and pleasmt to piny on. I ntve reasonable and cverytliiti? tlrel-cliiss. lti'iur-mber tho place, 04-S MXX7CSOTA A VIC. '"' ,,"r,, u":;:j",:r nrtt "' iUn Wo have just receive 1 the larRest lino of CAKPliTS that ever c.itnc to this city at prices that will and astonish A Carpel Sweeper Given Away With Every Carpel. HOLZMARK. defy competition everybody. All Wool Ingrain Carpet from 50c sard and upward. Brussels Carpets from sue a x.ird and upward. It will pay you before busing anything m the Car...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 24 February 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1805. rt V I IV BUSINESSPERS0NALS, T.adle nnd dre-maker delrlne the new knowledge; of drrs cutting;, call nt lost Wnlnut, rooms 40.1-1. I'lHL'ATUHIAt, Al'I'LTtTI . CtiMnn loud ,if Hip I"lh In thn Nrw erk I Ity Ariiiitrtttm -The. work of providing suitable food far r( mai II h in i illier) r t I"- e many v incite or foreign nnd domestic tne .ncw lone city aquarium mane curious ftlnl Interesting stttdi The provided In a nenrli a. tioll-le llkn food the nh eat In hi natural free e tup tish nro red once a d iy nt n llAr hour The 11 c food In placed In tank nnd In soon enntured bv tho Hsh. I the dead food I thrown Into the pool eni,irc'ii einei inc pare not ucei is nuer il taken out of tho pool clean. It Is id nt esnrv to have as mtiih variety possible In fish foods, since the flh nrij y fastidious in their diet nnd often re e to ent the food offered them. M he live food consist of clfiin, shrimp, tiller, crnb nnd n nrlely of small fth. (Clam...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 24 February 1895

10 THE KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, ll)3. i RUSSIA ON THE PACIFIC Tin: tkhmints or mi: i HUMAN IIAII.UOVII UAJ-.S. The Trip I'mni lori'i tn ItiiMli - rn llin liin"lin Aftir form?- iuir Military 1 Hy mill tt Nun. ilirfnl II itlmr. i (Copj op righted, 195. by l'mnh O, Carpenter) 'mate letter which 1 have 3't reeelv. 1 el from the oipltnt of Cores ntnt that tho jiursinn uricjors nn rtr-iorinif me rmr hor of (Icnsah, on the rut ronst of Core. Tills hitrhor Is one of lh" finest on the tn rule. It li In nhout tli middle of tho rim ooaxt of the Coroitn m-Mtisiila, lmlf vrny hi" tween riMfin nml Vlaillvn.iock, It Ik open throtiRhotit the winter nnd he RiKnlttn vvflnt It to up ns n ttrmlnti for thr Trnnsi flljerlun r.illronl. Vladlvostock. thelf Jireicnl hnrbor, l on the .ntithwixtcrn nltje of Hlberln, nnd It l froaen tip for nbotit live month of the year, no that no chips enn land, nml o thit the Pacific li practically "hut orf from Siberia ditrln tho winter. I visited tnth hir...

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. — 25 February 1895

ICa- jwitrttaL The Journal Leads in Circulation. For 40 Years . The People's Friend. n$n0 MUCK l'lVK CENTS. VOLUME XXXVII, KO. IMS. MONDAY. KANSAS (JLTY, KEDllTAUY r, 1805. MONDAY. tt C v & r ",t GUGK00S ALARMED. V..- ....... ....& ... ..... , - ifii 41 ,,., CIPlllII' III 1. I l.,l.s...,i, . ' ,.. mm 111:1 Ai)AiiMvrit.inN.vi)iii:ui:.Ms IE THINGS TO BE LEARNED. -who i:.MiiM:i:iti:it tiii: ni;.t. vuto nor 'i 111: haki: hit; AM) Utlirr Important (JuiMltiin Mill Itn foil' ulll rrcd liy tin' ('niinnlttri Kciiviih Ailtimtril liy there Mill Not lip Any M hllriiii'tiliiK In tin Investigation. WnshlnKton, tb. :i -(Special) The ctickooi nrc vcrv much uliturbed ov'er the tip from Senator Chardlcr oUout nil In vestigation of the lillnil bond ileal. Tli presltlont ntul the jecretnry f the treui ury arc to be hn estimated. This amur unce, conlltiR from Mi. Chutuiler, carries with It a tn.itter of national Importance. The Investigation, romleil during the next congress, will cert ilnly be ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 25 February 1895

t TUK 1CAXSAR CITY JOURNAL, MOXDAY. JISIJIUJARY 2o. 1805. NEWS OTTHE DAY, Till! M Villi It. YMterlay win .1 di of lUii tfinwra iiire oil oyer th ronntn. Hie Mpmi e- Snfrted hy th- weather iu.i.-rIi brtn "Ft eg, 111 Hltunirck, X I. The highest Was In KnM4 cnj, u its . the innest tn Knn Mi City wrni 40 d-. For to-day fair and vvjtrrtier weather l predicted. Tne record ronnws: Mntinns Tenth w Wle-Mia.. (lalveon ., Cincinnati ..... ChicjuM Si. P111I. ..... .1 ....1 fifiMfiitflttit Vheoritfll ....1 ....... nlmrei, ..".'.'. '."'." II! Helena, Cheyenne 17envr ... Wichita .... Rt. IxiiiIk . 82 Si Jt ... SnM fulfil .... St" 'J .... HS .... ' :::: -TO ... mi" ... 'i tn 11.. 30 ti) .... ,11 ! JUS Kansas city u Hjr 'uniirmr). The Wll0W of tl. J. MIIII10IHC will be man led to-rt.iy lo Cash He r. Hv Charles Kicmw pre schc '1 on the sa loon In the Si.iithiv-nt tnbtfl'iiiiel'' last null! Fred Armltiijte nltompt'd suicide while locked In the t.ritml avenue police m.i lion hist nlgni Herman Uivln" at...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 25 February 1895

s r TTTK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, FKimtTAllY LV5t 1805 3 u v BREEDS CRIME AND RUIN. M.v. citAiu.r.-t ki.h'-h ,h tiii; .. l.oo.s is a lllii.ic . Declared In lie n t'licnt nml a llrlinlnn mill llin llrritot I'. dllli.il Mrniier Sucre ful 1 klu rr Ijiif nml Order. ut the Houthwpt Tabernacle last nlslil iv. Charles Klotn delivered Ihe fourth nf icrmons 01 "Thieve ot Our IldtnM." i subject mm "The Sitoon." He until! Wo nave Ii.iil. n n people. In then? cen lei of ottr evl-tonce a ucccMon of prob is to fine and cttle. We tind wonder vltalltj nnd iitiuuliig faith, ami no tiled them, We conquered the wilder cm, repelled the Invader, tunneletl the (nouiitiiiti, tilled up the canon, rciliilinc.l the desert M'e hint Rre.it leiilen nml mat If torle', lull the problem nre not ilono TIk.v nro lunibllits tiion us with In irciisniR mplillty. With a prophet' vision Abraham Lincoln saw conlHcl ahead, so iolwl In proportion m to dwarf, the l,rrai one in which his inusdvo heart nmt bruin we're ciiK...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 25 February 1895

nil-l KANSAS CtTV JOURNAL. MONDAY, l?.KlUAIt4 2o, 180.1 KANSAS (TIT ,101' UNA h Tlie Jonm.il Company Kstablishcil I'M. I:nlrrrtl nt Hie Fostofnee In Kansas City, Mo., a Second Class Mull .Matter. Dully nnil Sunday, one year , $7 fin Polly nnd Sunday, six months, .1 " Dally A!"! Sunday, llirce months 2 "l Dally nnd Sunday, per month Dally, without Siiiulny, one year 1 1) Sunday .lninn.ll. one yenr i l W Trl-Weekly, one jcnr .... .1 CI Trl-Weekly, six months 1 CO Weekly Journal nnil Agriculturist, otiu . yenr M spnotAt. NOTiri:. Til fti1rrlptloji ft lei of t tie Weekly Journal and Agriculturist hi been r"-d-eM. for tlio )t cectit. ficm Jl to SO cents it vsr. (live pmlonico address In full. Including county nnd state., 'n ordering addresses changed give oM i'lriM is Wet) n new. . Itenilttniirr mav be tnml' either by draft, pnsit.niee order, express money nr oer or icglstcrcd letter, nt our rink. Ad- Tin: jotm.vAt. company. Kansas City. Mo. rosTAot:. Tor thi benefit of those smiting sin...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 25 February 1895

Ti-iti KAKSAS DlTtf .lUUl.NAL MONDAY. JUS1MUARY 25, 180,1 9 1SBJI3LE 5th St. Opera House ilft mm Ml rt w turner er uoncori uo. 'jRAHO FREE ENTERTAINMENT. ursdny, February 28th. v.il In tonei pie.ilnstnfe.iturei Initrttctlro . w The short Ordrl tich Bros, si's r ) rie , ne. opcnim : v i hnrri h Ivr o'eloilt each night "' .MiniHSlllu AH- political A.vvotr.rr.Mi:.vrs. V. V, White announces him ,clf as a candidate for council man for the long term of the Second ward, subject to the decision of the Republican primaries. Mr. J. 1'". Meyer lins announced himself ns a candidate for the nom ination for Councilman of the Sec ond ward for tins long term, subject to the decision of the Republican primaries. George M. Hughes, of the l:irst district, announces himself as a can didate for the office of Justice of the Peace, subject to the decision of the Republican primaries. C. N. Hammond, of the Second ward, announces himself as a can didate for the long term as Council man from that ward, subje...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 25 February 1895

0 T1IK KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL. MONDAY. mutt'AltY 2, 1805. SIIAI'KH I.I 1(1; A HAM). A Queer Orange Vrtim I'nr .tnpaii-Aii Orb nihil Variety nf llin t.me. The IHe-rltiRerctl orange Is it queer IhlllR. It BMW 111 MUClly UlC Sll.-lpP of ti liutnnn hand, wltli n ihiutili mill four fingers. It Is a half-open hand, tli.it nf this curtails frtllt, nml the close resehi blanec to n lean, long-ti.illcd Chinese hittlil Is Klrtrtllnp. Mveti Dip nails nrc Identical, liuribjKdtiteil and claw-like, tipping the ornnge lingers with a l iigth fqilnl In some cases to three lilt lies. It Is nn Interloper In a vo)i-r;iiIiiil fain lly of utatiges, hut a rngulnr member, belonging to the osiiro ailrty. II lnt b family hnihe ntul a Christian ii.mi' of lis own. lull Its ict name Is "llvt -fingered orange," ntul nobody Inn the liotnnlst cares to call It by tin- long "tie. tvhi'h moans the Mini- thing. F. flnn Krtltz, who lives nllt -u Wnync itlri-i I. found the mill plant n year or two ago over In Japan. Up thou...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 25 February 1895

Till? KANSAS CITY JOlMtXATi. MONDAY, FKimUAUY 2."), 1W3. The closed now tiii: rt ur. m.oon r A maiu 'Where the woman ginned, the mild shill win! 'Hut (lod help the nirtlil thnt sleeps with- In.' Dune Alb e'n Warning, I cry sinking flory of the upernitumt ll...l l.,ri iill ta Mm) rnmitlia re. Uut been prilled In tint famous re- 'iry of good nlorles, IH.icUwood Jing- 1 some rrltlrs hiving likened It to Hill- fntn iin talc or "The lloue nml tlir i ic .1.. ....i H.1..1. t. .ljt.Aitirv nt hliUi prnlp. tint It H certainly n re- e Vtory 11 toM In Ihe nnlWH.. the i.nlor li.ii a jounpr girl who I, ono of fym lne irwuy fnntlly tintlllion uinl fiinul curor', to whleh they nexer nlhi.le, ml thn . ur li Intlmiitely eonneeteil with n room In which Is a myterioiw rnlilnet lint no one htn hern nine to open for three hiindred yiarn. Thli cnhlnet plnjn no Im- jiortnnt ft pirt In Ihe lor that we rpiolo the dierlptlon of II: "Al.my mi hour ni n ehlld hml I pied In front of II, HnfterlnK; the poven nnrp...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 25 February 1895

V 8 Tim KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL. MONDAY,. VKIJUUAltY 2, ISO.1) a 3. A SNOWY DAY, lAt.MAdl: TI.K) Allot I Ut'lOlU Ovtllt I1MI WIMItl It. Vestcrdny's '.rrnion uf the tlolhiiiitllo l'rr ichor Ho tllti Adilcc tn 1 lin.et Mint Am On rn In iim il bv the Ivc-ilhir. New Yorlt, t'eb 1 ')r. Tnlnfcw look for his subject to-dny "A Krovvv Dav," tlm text selected iK-lnw I Chronicle's II 3' "He vent down will flow n lion In n pit In a onottj da).'' Have joii ever heard of him'' Ills name was llmiilah. 11b vvniin mnn of Hoot intt do ami of great avoirdupois. Hti father was ti hero, nmt lie Inherited prowewe. He wnj nthlellc ninl there was Iron In Ills Mool, and the fitroiiccst boric In Ills bodv was bukbohe. lip Is known for other wond. M bwltlcn Hint of the tet. An Umptlnn ttM cubit In stature, or nh mt xntn feet nine liiclio lilRh, wan mov-ini itruiitul In brivirjrodocln mid llntirlrlilnir a (treat !ppnr, tnrercn m to whom hi' killed, ninl Ilinuiah, of my text, Willi notliltnr but n walknm stick, min...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 26 February 1895

wmt For 40 Years The People's Friend. m$n0 The Journal . Leads In Circulation. VOLUME XXXVII. KO. 2oJ). TVKSDAY. KANSAS OITV. I'KHUUA It Y 2, VS'.)o. TTKSDW. 1'ltIC'K K1VK CUNTS. 3 mm J ss ''AJI IE GAMBLING EVIL. i()N(l ClIAIKir, Ol-.Itlllli: ItltO.ltllH's t A (IHAM) .It Itl .lTI.tltl.lt II,. 111). HABIT THAT IS INCREASING. it is i:vi:n caiiiiii:i hi to tih: u:itv Ati aii. oi'iin: ciititcti. lit Suy. something Mut Itc Ilium tit Chirk tlii (Ironing Alnio 'Ihe l'rucllto nf Cltrr)lng Court tiled Weapons Atn llrnnunrt it lit llgorttii4 ltmt. Liberty, Mo IV!'. :.". (Special ) Tho Cliy county circuit court opened thli morning with a hra docket. The tlrt rc to ba trloil tt.11 that or Willi im (1. Morel, who Is charged with renintlng ar rest nml attempting to kill Deputy Mnr-t-hnl li. 1'. .MoChrl-tlnn, ot Itli'htnonil, In March, 1S37. In the fight tin- olllcer win disemboweled nmt for month hi life wni despaired of, hut t last ho rcioveieil. The 1 nc enmo here on n change ot otiue nml the i...

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. — 26 February 1895

Tin? KANSAS CITY JOUltNAL, TUKSDAY, FBBIIUARY 20, 1895. NEWS OFTHE DAY. tiii: w:i in.tt, The official foreeast for to liv Is Tor MlMourl, light showers, stHilminrs tem perature l'or Knnrt, shower: probihlv cooler 111 I ho north nnil vvct portions. Tho highest temperature jesbTrtilj una 67 dejr, nnd the lowest 4'J ili'K. rollowinit is list iimm recoru. Stntlonr, Itnr. New Orleans i 8tiM (InlvrMon n.,1.11...... 8021 Cincinnati ..,.. t ,...,. t'hlcilfin ...... i. ii... 8V.CS Ml l'.ml .1.. ......... i. , StiSfl fprlnKtlell ,,.,, IM Colli ordbt ,i ii ...30.il Dodite City W.12 lllsmnrrli ........ , ..... ..WW Helena i.t i .i.ii.t.jjnzz Ch.-jenne i ........WIKI D'lUfr ...i .J1 Ulehtn ,i W SI. I.oul .'' Kansas City 38 Tctn t 11 Mlllllll IT). Denier Is lo hnvlne trouble with Its VAtnr works ceimpHtiv. Mr?. Mlllhotife, whew hushmd rorninllMrl tulildo. may be prosecuted for bmamy. The lowi h8Ue .it the council l't hlaht put 'icelf on toeord In favor Of noiltist elec tion!. A runnier of eltlifn...

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