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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 3 March 1895

?,'. i. Jgyg-.BawT- mffl-.P niwttiin THIS,.. B)6, "" V TTTF, KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MAUCl I 3, 80,T. BARGAFER WINS A POINT. jtiidi: DoiwoN nuMiiiits a itr.cmto.v I.V AN 1)1.11 CO.STI.NT. He AIo ItrqnrtM Tlmt flic tntrrentril l'nrtlrs .Verne Upon u lrlnl .)ml nr, n Up linn ot lh to llrur the- Car. Judge Dobon's decision, handed down In the cl'ciilt court vesterday, In the Hir-cafcr-ltcgnn election contest wns first blood for tho contestant, who, although his suit has been In the court (dnce tho election, a car ago, has been deprived of his oillcc by the Incumbent. Hut the mailer was finally brought to a point where the tardy rollcy of the defence could no longer keep from the court the question whether the peti tioner I In court on nolld prentice, nud Judge Dobson promptly decided that he wns. The matter came up In the form or a mo tion ot tho defense to strike out the pe tition. The defend mt' attorney, John II, I,uea, held that niter the petitioner liad introduced an amended ...

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. — 3 March 1895

r TiTH KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MA110II 3, 1895. NRAS CITY .JOURNAL . I t. ill(l li I llll Juurrtt Company Established. 1JM it nt tlie l'oatortice In Kansas City, 3 , i He oml Class XInll Matter. mu s m lav, nne ,.nr.. ........ .17 80 i i J- n ' n, six months. ' s P' n s i 1 1 three months . : ) ii I S M 1 1), per month .....i.... (8 Ail " it t unda). nre rnr.. ....... C M .Itirni! ruif jeir 1 .V kl, i ii )enr 3 W t i months 1 80 J j in 1 and Agriculturist, one . , (4 SPECIAL NOTICE ill rliiun price of the Weekly hi i urlt ulturlst hiu bBn reduced, pi nt, (rum II tn so tents a )enr t tulli address In full, Including i ti 1 state ,iiih iiIims changed give old ii well ns new Ittnm.s n.av tio made cither liV 4 oil Jill o orler, txpuss money order latere! letter at oui risk Address THE JOURNAL COMPANY, Kansas cits. Mo. postage. the benefit of lhos sending single !i of tlic Journal through the mnlj wo herewith the transient rata of foreign domestic pentose: lit nnil 12 page piper, lc...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 3 March 1895

r rr3r3E2BBi. a4tftfcfvniii TIIK KANSAS CITY JOUBNAL. SUNDAY. MARCH 3,1805. TAKE YOUR CHOICE. Kot.fTioN AnorTr.i) at Tin: mi. m:ii ham, m.i .mi:i:tisus, CROWD NOTALLOFONE OPINION ritAisn or cuu:r sri:i;us roi.t.ovi:n I1V STINGING CltlriClSM. Tho Larger Mrr-tlngCiill fur n Complete Kcnrgntilrntlon of tho I'lillco tie- partlnrnt .tiitlgn Il.trcnpitrt l'rne Something nf it I'lro Itritnd These are the resolutions adopted by the first mooting at Turner hnll last night: Introduced by J. M. Lowe I "The principle ot self-government Is n. natural development of civil liberty and the supervision of that right It tho In vaslon of American liberty. It appears that for some unknown reason the executive of this state hns In contemplation the nr bltrarj removal of Thomas it. Hpeers, ililof ot police, thus reducing a rre.it mu nicipality to the level of a dependency and depriving the people of an luuerent and In vlolflblc right. "The police force of this city has served the purpose fnr which It was...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 3 March 1895

, ' J . ' ' '' -- iaMitfs,.'ij;ivui.iiwwi'ft- fH t WM II Jj7 I TJIR KANSAS CITY JOUrvXAT, SUNDAY. MATIOII ,189a (.IG LIBRARY PLANS. MAWINtlS SIJttMITTi.l) TO Till! llOAIttl (If 1.1)1 LAI ION. There Is noGetting AwayFromThese -T3 1 fa jSzj . .s, Ti n u. V Y Hio Tho Will Ho Acrrptrd nt fao Neit .MrrtliiR It 1 Hni ply n IJurMlnu tit Architecture, a special meeting of (lie board of edu- n Inst ulijht thn drawings uf tho lloor for the new public library ntiJ two r for Hi Interior were submitted by It ts V. P. Hackney nnd Adrlnnrc ' rilnt, niul cuts of nil furnished the ress. The bonrJ will make a choice tho two tics Ik tin nt It regular meet' xt Tuesdny evenlin; The lloor plain, pas of which nppenr in tlili morn. Journal, nro those whlrli have been tcj by tho board nrul will be thoc le building, with a few slight chnngt. c first of the exterior drawings Is for n lint; In thn Italian Itennlsuncc style the second for a building In the Ionic . It J. understood tho bo ird has ly ngretd Upon ...

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. — 3 March 1895

7 TTIU KANSAS CITY JOURNAL Sl'NJUY. MAKOJt 3, 1SIM. THE STOCK YARDS REPORT. tkxt or Tin: imiciimi'Mt rn.i:t nv THU IMI.srlll.lTIMI tOMMlTTIli:. Majority Itrcnniiiirniln 1 hit No Artlnn lie Taken Interesting Knrts Admit That Orr.it limitation ltnlnrs Ccintel Ht Midnight. Topckn, Kas., Mirch !. (Ppecl.il.) The! members of the house were In a somen lint feverish condition this morning, owing In part to the fact thai they lnd labored un til midnight last night find also owing to the fact thnt this being the Inst day of netlie labor members saw their pet mw tires gradually pressed toward the prerl Tlce whl.h lung over the pit or oblivion. A dozen members were on their feet nt nee asking that their bills be placed on third reading. The matter was finally compromised by placing nil bllli favorably reported on third reading subject to nmcmlmo.nl and debate. The special committee consisting of Cor, llnnna and Moss, appointed to Investigate the settlement of the reetpiocnl tax duo th state fr...

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. — 3 March 1895

S0V1WAI. SUNDAY. MAllCir 3, 1895. WM hi i .. -- "" """" t t i i i i i i -"bTm 8 THE KANSAS GUT? A STRUGGLE FOR PIE. Mtftnitous AiTiirwrx ion placi; ti.Mii.it nil: imiivn loi it r nii.t. 801110 Imlitn lllXnri lij Crrtnlii Intuit JJIil .nt (lit rnurtminil liy (llliiri Dlil-vplrltrcl 1 litht for tliu .VLimIi llelilp. Washington, .Mnrch 2 (Special) W. C. Lklns, of Mliint, left for the Writ to-dny, after innkltit; a. HiieceFsfttl light for the location of one of the 1 'tilted States courts nt Ills town. The bill cre ating new courts foi that country was blgncil by the ptesident to-dn.v. ami no longer Is there nnv doubt about the contest. The light m vciy bitter be ttten Wyandotte and Miami, the lntor isti of the firmit place being In the hands or t-Dekgte llarve), of OUn liotna, and the Interests nf the later lilneo in the hands of Ml. I.)lln The confcrrio on the Indian bill Iinvo concluded to lneit In the bill a pro vision confirming the allotim ntn tiiiido in the Qu lp.tvv outlntrj Thi...

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. — 3 March 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOUUNAU SUNDAY. MAltCtl , IttVi n ir.V w 3 . E'PEflfe- i f - -- ii ji mvv 1. it mi Tho Homo Department coiill not bear to Its renders nnj inoro sutlsfactors an iiounccmcnt thin Hint there It n probabll Ity of n much needed nrnl lmmctllnto re form. It Is a nmttcr that Ins already been subjected to leuMatlon In koim statts tlm theater lint. Just why the Western woman persists In wcirlnc n Riinlen hit to the opera houe Is a question tint puzzles tho brain and vvoirics tho ejts or overs one is ho Is fo linforlunnto as to Kit behind her Hut he eloes It with n persistence worth! of a bit ter caue The outers acalnst the custom hoems to haio maile lier more determined If alio Ins an Idea, tint people ixnBRernte the Inconvenience occasioned by her head rear, let her take oft her b it and nk the Indy tu front of her to kindly wear It through ono net She Mill then find that who mlKht as well be at home beforo a bo-so burner or nny other vlcvv-obttructliifr pleeo of fiirnlttlte ...

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

V ""P """"'"riqcjjw'" )j, W .y i'yiKgrpa-!y'!Wwwy 10 Till". KANSAS 01TY JOTJl.tfAL, SUNDAY MAllCII 3 180a 1 Lssssssssssssssf, ' I 1 1 WoM0W ' ;s-A a F vTWm VArr,i4 k v sr - X;my y ' a - , v-w ' - rV-lr (.," f Av? SV ' --' KtegESW7 : y ' V 4 y, s.-W-.-V .afcsfctfK-5 - Thoe flowers will wither Love, Rut the holies nlili h arise 'Within my heart i fount of love, Sh ill delight thine e)cs llend thy fond eves nearer, then, With thy gentle art .Ami rare How its shall hloom 1'or thee In my heirt Clarence 12. Hdwords Two men walking on Walnut sticct, n few evenings since, paused befoiu a llor Ist's window. One called the attention of the other to a lovely cluster of roses. The man addressed glanced In carelessly and seemed inclined to nns on. "Oh," said lie. "I'm through with such things hy, I've been married for two ears!" And out of that remark a picture gradually formed Itself In my Imagination It was that of .1 home, or the semblance of one In It la ft )oung woman with a face oldi i thi...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 3 March 1895

VigyrtaoWW!! f THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MARCH 3, 1805. 11 7 THE WEEKATTHE THEATERS rillST Al'I'I.AIUMiK IN KANSAS CITV OF Mil. PKANCIS WII.SOX ASASTAlt. Clny Clrinrnt In n New IMity nt thn Ninth Ptrcct-Othrr IIIII.-.MnnnKrr lliiilKnii AttitrrMrtn Cnril In the It omen Mho Attend tho Contra. The women of Knnni city are nked to take their hats ofl to Mr. rrnncfo Wll. on. The request In not entirely In defer er.ee to n illstlngntihcd visitor who has had a tamllng Invitation from this com munity for many feajon. but M the Initia tion of what, It Is hoped, will be a ruling custom In the near future. In the pro gramme at the Coates thl week wilt ap pear the following cnrelt "In deference to the erprescil wishes of many of the regular patroni of the Coates opera houe, Including both men and women, the mnmgement respectfully nsks that ladles remove their hats during Performances In this theater. This re quest is not made In the spirit of a ruling, but Is a favor, which, If granted, w...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 3 March 1895

r- 12 riil5 KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNJ)AY, MAKCH 8, 1800. J "S-v. w V ft' i J -vs M cliwrwoDl "t w i in the one mm 'li Illinois reo-lmcm loll tli i 'Unit .im lit n with nnnks on I. I iivir 'i lltton, n'lil elown In thit un m rini"Wlicre thev rm tip n li t (! i rii 'Pi If Tie lot At the bat t f I'l i in Hill, 1 think It ni, tills f I t v ni nni from tv flpht and en i f 1 . I'u'kbir's patch Hi hil hnrdly 1 i in it re, when mi lumped n ion fedr ti il,i lolnted his musket nt hint nnil hi ul 1 "Hiirrpndcr.' flip Ynhkee did io v j t KiPtnly, lint lie had no sooner Riven b m f m when n scond nnkee op 1 it ' n J made the Confi li-rate sitrrpn it r Tli i -irooitd t'onf' -li rat popped un nt I mil" tit two NnnkB surrender. T I oh place evcn llmes in nil, one stir-r- t r aft. r nnotlior It turniMl nut thnt 11- r w i thre Yankees In tli pntrh ami four C'onfi derates. After th- mutual as t .n'shmi'tit had subsided sonipwhnt, Hip Hrst Vinik e Inquired of tht Ilrtt Cotifel -rate, S.iv wan sour gun ...

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. — 3 March 1895

n rit-l; qtSPnrwFTn Fw -fify-v p5j "-")!tS7 .. -" TIIK KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL, SUNDAY, MA31C1T 3, l0o. 18 A THE STONE FAMILY. it is iiorit MtMllltOL'S cii:.t. AND AN- Thirty-eight lilddlcs Rolled Into (Inn tllg Riddle, Vtllh Money Ptle, to 'IhosoVWin tllg the (treat rst Numtirf Out, lore a people of varied attnlnmeht, cmploiment nnd trail not a few; and of mimerous shade of complexion, revealing our history to you. .rt.llJ.A "l'on to Africa's dark nations nnd I (J) was a pool obscure; t (1), n writer of ponderous law-book; old England my (4) fame will Insure. 1(5) will welcome you Jlrst to the homestead; 1(G) fnrhlh a pith in the street i I Hum useful m poverty household; 1(J help make the shoes for your feet. Three hundred feet tnll-more or lcss n. child may Mill look doun on me, (0) Sly hue (all that sen me confess) could scarce more remarkable be. I'm n unlet n nn omnibus hark, though a halter I never have seen. Mnn often has mounted by hick, yet ridden I never have been. I (10) sec...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 3 March 1895

M THE KANSAS CTTY JOURNAL. SUNDAY MARCH 3, 189.5. KANSAS CITY, KANSAS. MONDAY AND TU K UO INC 'A 7KQ)V) o l4 Tf UL woo: tfg ML J COLORS Vanderhoof & Co. Sixth .iiid Minnesota, Kansas Ciiy, Xas. GAL VI N & HA TF1ELD Grocery and Meats. S. W. Cor. 13th and Stewart Ave., Kansas City, Kas. Where you can buy Groceries and Meats at lowest cash prices. Home rendered Lard, home-made Mince Meat, home made Apple Butter, home-made Sausage, Bread 2 loaves for 4c; albo a full line of Coal and Feed at Lowest Cash Prices! These Firms Do Business It will i. vfj. 1 3 l Ik dirt" lm wL liitciiinililnuln ff (lnliiPH t unit bW 1 nrnlluro lint tin unit In mid Inolc ni r our ntiM k rortsmonth Hide KemetulKj tin rn U no Kul.w ln-tltutr In Ktitirdit ( It-, Mi. lie nn nf i hi ip Imitators. HolzmarkFurniture ( OMIN. WliVb'OMlntM-oti av E, R. Ca lienor Printing Co., CIO Mlnillsiitll .i: Pine Jot) Work of all kinds a specialty. BELLE VIEW! 1 $125, $1511, $200. SKI 1,111, hlhiuiii S" pir iiiuiitli. S. X. ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 3 March 1895

W3B& THE KANSAS OITY JOURNAL SUNDAY, MARCH .!, 3803. m 1 MERCY FOR CONSPIRATORS, instigators op tiik HAWAIIAN m:- lli:i.1,tO.V IMPRISONED OM.Y, Qneen Ml Sentenced tn lire Years' Im prl.sonmrnt unit n 1'lno t'nnr Lending Plotters Doomed In Thlrty-flm Years' C'nnllnciiiriilt Honolulu, Feb. 23, via San Francisco, March 2. While the government hns easily put down the revolt, It does not lako the most hopeful view of the situation. This la due, to some extent, to the excitement of the moment. President Dole and his cab. Inet arc disposed to adopt a moat lenient policy towards thoso captured In arms nnd thoso suspected of sympathy with them. Hilt they are urged liy those who havo njch at slake here, and desire to remain, to use severe measures, In order to prevent another revolt. The natives havo shown no fighting qualities. Of the TOO men called out by Nowleln, the military leader of the revolt, only about IS responded. It now appears that the revolt was planned by whlto men, Gullek,...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 3 March 1895

-y 10 TIIE KANSAS CITY JOUltNAL. 8U1VDAY MA11C1I 3, 1895. TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILROAD, IltAMf. (1. Tin: CAlUMIMTIfS Tlttf CHf.1l i:.sii.hn st.( i ion. Grcittrflt Hnllrimd Pj-lrtn nf flip (llolic- How It Is tiling ttiillt mill IM I nor- mom ('list 'Will Iti'tiilutlinilio tlio AOntle Trmlr. (Copjrlshtcd, 1"3 lij- l'ritnk o Carpenter) The Trntn-Hll rlnii ralltuiil Is lulnir with preat c rum ny th it the flrt stone of thl, the Krettet railroT 1 In the world, was mil tner, on th Uih of .May, ll. The roftt when eompleti 1 will be mor than 7,000 tnllm lonR ntnl It will eot some, whire between JJt" ( oan niul jwo,too (The IltlHn estimate Is 350 IW.Ono roubles ) it will Rlvo a continuous rallroid line from Vladloto k to St. Petersburg, an I the probabllltv Is that a brain h line will now be run down to Coren, and Japan will le broiiirht within a dij's ride of lhi tirmltf us. When this Is done the Japineeo can DHI'OT AT Iiushod nil along tli line Sslm the broak. ,', ,he ;tPI1,mf ,' the Imrh.ir, n...

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. — 4 March 1895

fCatta Citf Jailf Jftnmml . For 40 Years ,- The People's The Journal Leads In Circulation. Friend. SVOLUME XXXVII, NO. 2G5. MONDAY. KANSAS CITY, MA 1UM I -I, 1895. MONDAY PRICK FIVK OKNT& DR. TUBBS' NEW PLAN 1T0 win: out tiii: statu ih:t ami ;im:ati: a mo sciinoi, iumi, CAN BE DONE IN TEN YEARS. l'ltoroftTiiiN in ami:mi a ii.crio.v or iitt: coNHTituruiN. llnMIII Introduce n t'onriirri nt ItcKolutlnii tollmt Knel ait-tltiy, ,hl-h, If Adopted by tho IVupli'i I.niil In tin- portitnt Iltitiula1 Iti-Mill. Jefferson City, Mo., Mnrch 3. (Special,) Dr. Tubbs, who 19 recognized ns one of tlie best friends of the imbllc school In the stnto, li.ia prepared a concurrent roolu tlon which he will Introduce Monday, which, If It roc to tho people nml lq adopted, will In the course ot uhout ten J ears extinguish every dollar of state bonded mid certificate Indebtedness and, nhlle paying tho debt, will create nn nct uul stitn school fund, Invested In bond'', ot nbout $i,0utf,OX). The reaoiutlon, ...

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. — 4 March 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 1 , 1805. J-cady looking with rater on a proposition to go abroad for .1 mrthcr consultation, Sir. Pprlnper called .Mr pence's atten tion to the fact ttmt this proposition for a t-onferenc" hid iminittcl from the "liver men In III? cnnte, not from the roIiI men. Sir Hepburn (Hep. In) nvored the proposition for a confer-ms1 At a time hctt the groat cot I lonntries of the worm Mere showing- the Hrt symptom of rn vorable .Ptit1mrnt towards silver, lie ex prcsi. his iirprli" thnt mowed rflends or silver tike Sir Mw and Sir Simpson thotild oppo"- propltlon for in Inlertm tlonal Monetary eohfrrptipe Hv a neat parllntiu-iitiiri inntiMiiT .Mr Cinnoti not the- Hoar nt this iolrt. ind )leldd his time to Mr. Haver, who llnmritlittplv out o(t debate by demandm the previous qup Hon The lonforrme rrport wart n'loptei! Mini th.i sundry rlvll 1)111 tin out ot Hie my so fur B" the hniisp tm ron-erni'i1. Several bills were then hurried through by unnntmntiA rnnl...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 4 March 1895

TUB KANSAS CITY JOUHNAL. MONDAY, MA IUMI I, IHihl. .1 jOME lessons in egonomy BRV. I'll Mil. I. s Kl.nil TT.M.s or Till; ISIHHUt.O.MIMIS or ( mi.tz.wio.s. Ejr the Knoll) I'riil.lrm nf I'nlltlmt "cl- feme 1 I In' ttttilit mill t'linltnhli' Din trlliullmi lit Vli-altli-f-iuil's I uturi" IH.rurd. Ittcv. Charles Klo. p.ntor of Hie fioulh- ost Tabernacle church, prenclied to lit coiiKt-cRntlon I Ml night Iln lltlli ot his cries of sermons on '"Thieves of Home." Ills subject last night wns "Waste" He chose as his text! '"Wherefore tin jo apend money for that which Is not broad, ranil your earnings for that which Rati flcth not?" Isaiah iv 2. Hev. Mr. Kloss nM: "Tho American peoplo nro Icnrnlnit something iiovvndn) of the folly of waste. It takes no fore sight to see that there are still a few los sons In economy nltcml, both for our nu tlon and for Individuals, "It might seem strange that man has to struggle more than any of the creations of Hod tor the means of existence. , Theie seems t...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 4 March 1895

-.lil.. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. MONDAY, MARCH I, 18n."5. KANSAS CITY JOUIINAI. Tlio Journal Cnmpmi tltHhcl 1SI Kilter, d nt the Postoillie In Knhn CltJ , Mo, ns Second .'lii- Mnll Mattel D.ill ntul Hondo, one venr .. .17 80 Dally and Htindav, mi rnonili . 3 Tl Halls nml Sundnv, thti-c mntilhi 2 TO Dall arid Hnndi), pri monih m Dally without Siimla) one )enr .. . .Cw Sundnv Journal. om enr . 1 Jo lnWppkli one put '. son Trl-Weeklv. lx month- .... ISO Weekly Journal ntul Agrh tilinrlt, mm )cnr . . . . .... SO sii:ciai. nonci: The subscription nUi of the Weekly Juurnil unci Agrii ullurlt linn been reslireed, for the irpietit. from $1 to 50 cent ii venr. Glvo H).loniir addle In full, Including counti .mil MiiIp In ordering iielilrpmep changed give old n 1 lie as well ns now Itpmlttmn o unit .i tntitd either li iiriift, pastollhc nhlif, express ninne ordfi ir registered letter nt om ilk. Address Till: JOLHNAti COMPANY. Kansas Clt , Mo, postagh Tor the benellt of those sending single cop...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 4 March 1895

Wvse-V' pwtifl4im.i)Hrtf -3- TITK KANSAS CITY JOHtNAL, MOKUAY, MAROl. !, 18U. II II 1 I f KANSAS CITY, KANSAS. These Firms Do Business ' Kwley institute Mfprtsinontli Hide MStn I.. Ifttmrnilipr there Is look hiit our ulivrk. . iMVIOplpy Institute. itaKmiii ( It, .tin. ii. i i.f ! nDizmainrurniilire fnrnrr w tJi cap IMItntor'. HIMt'M IWI A tr'l) Minnesota Av I I ITS IN BELLE VIEW I $135, $150, $200. fslli tnsh. Imtiinif. ts per lllillilll, S. X. Simpson - Son, ( jiambcr ul Co'n llldg ;E. R, Ca! lender Printlnrr fin I llllllllg UUI, ftifl Mlnursntn Ave. fine Job Work of all Ichiusa spec! lit)-. V , G, W. BETTS. .Vs'. Ix'&j N- .Justice of the 1'cacc, 'J tz? ft IB . tms w- I x VxV .V .Mliincnlu Ave. liwyjlilnij 1 lean ami m,i. ....... .. Hcal Homoin ule Pics, MirrlAge ceremony pt, oncti until l ia1T;ir?;,11!l!,,,:p:,tjoci,'''i-!-i''''!'" Collection a spec, ill ' OIH M1.MirM.t1 Ac i S6-".Af Vv w ULF'S C3 li To llilp Mg 1111; f OWL Set vow ti.ipi, boj. ' "III piV n.' ttplPLC for lli! ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 4 March 1895

,&M(fc Till. KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL MONDAY. MAltOlI -1,1805. ARE UNGLE SAM'S BILLS, t:o.nlii:sMi:.v iiN.rov i,t;. i i:ii:s not i:R.vmi: r i:.l'i:.si:. A I' l.ttratuuiimc lilr llrc.ttrr In the Senate Than In the llmiM'--I'ntirt i.irjr ttcim llmt Help tn liirri'!i lh, l)clil of tin Cniintr,t. 111 the matter of extravngan the foliate fur exceeds (he house. III fuel, the house fit 11 almost bo cxulu rated frum the least llitliimtion of being i trnvagnht If It expenditures ate to bo Compared With those of the achate. Tlte reason ror tills Is obvious. The numbers of thv house mo fearful nf thr wr.uli of Hie it-n1t-; the senators ilo tint niii to ar" at all. Anything that will tend to the comfort of tin- donate Is nutlini lz.il without question, while in tlte house n similar authorization Wotilil raise from ilftci'ii to llfly objectors. This Tnr of public opinion was noticeable In th house during the early part of last week. It will lie remembered that the liotlse', In eotntnltlee of the ...

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