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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 February 1897

.-('-"&- ?- H(K neli . "F t I r THE KANSAS CETY JOMNAIL, SATUED&Y. WkHiiVARi g7. " "" -t "WJiC y ' !&-"T 5 -,. -- -- THE KANSAS --CITY .JOURNAL.- ESTABLISHED ISM. The Journal Company, Pnhllshers. afonrnal Dnlldlnc, Tenth nnd Walnnt. NEW SUBSCRIPTION -RATES. . Single copies .?. , .Se Sunday Be DELIVERED BYCAjWRIEBj ' ! Daily and Sunday, 10 eent"r"wttk 45 cents per month. BY MAIL IN ADVANCE. Daily and Sunday, 1 year. .-.....Jl 09. Dally and Sunday, 6 months............. 2 JO; Daily and Sunday, 2 months....... ....... 1 S3 Dally and Sunday. 1 month 40 Sunday only. 1 year I 00' Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, lyr. CO TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office ...r..,....,........,...... 250 Editorial and Societjj'V...V.'...........'..:..157 City Editor i.....,-. .............. 102 Eastern Office ...... S and 32 Tribune Building. New "York Chicago Office 1220 Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren, Special Agency. S ; "Entered at the Postofflce at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mail Mat...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 February 1897

;CK& KANSAS Gim 3GURKAL, SATURDAY, 'FEBRUARY 20, 1897. IT'S ALL OVER NOW. JTUB KAXSAS CITYS HAVE WON THE BOWLING CHAMPIONSHIP. DECIDING GAME LAST NIGHT. MADE FinST PLACE SURE DV DE FEATING THE ACMES. It Was a Clone nnd Exciting Contest, .Witnessed by n Ills Crowd Fight Gossip From Car son General Sport , Ins Scits. The bowling tournament for the season of 1S3G-7 came to an end last nicht in a blaze of glory. The Brunswick alleys were packed and Jammed with a crowd of en thusiasts to see the final game between tho Kansas Cltys and the Acmes, upon the outcome of which the championship depended. The big crowd saw a rattling good game, well played In spite of the tremendous ex citement, and, though the sympathies of the majority were with the Acmes, they cheered heartily when the final count showed that the Kansas Cltys had won by the handsome margin of eighty-two pins. At the start both teams were evidently affected by the pressure and the scores were low. In the first five frames ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 February 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATTDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1897. 6 THEIR POWER IS ABSOLUTE. THIIEE CHARTER RIGHTS CRAXTED nESIDEXT PROPERTY OWSERS. Board ol Public Worlca nelecta the Modified Pni-lnjj ;SpecIleatIon of Euulneer "Wise Coun selor Recommendations. As predicted in The Journal, the board of public -works at Its meeting yesterday dis approved the modified paving specifications of City Engineer Wise, -which allowed the board of public works to order streets paved without, any petition specifying a certain brand of material. "Under the pres ent system, to which the board decided to adhere, property owners, through the med ium of paving companies, file petitions ask ing that streets be paved with the specific brand of material of that company. The specifications of the city engineer aimed to throw the whole matter open to free com petition and to discontinue the acceptance by the board of tuch petitions as repre senting the wishes of property owners. City Counselor McDougal rendered a ca...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 February 1897

THE KASA'S' CITY JOURNAL, BATUEDAYr FEBRUMlY 20,1897. r KANSAS CITY; KAS. THE Branch Office of the Jours' nal has removed to Room E, Kusted building, where all adver tisements and items of news will receive prompt attention. Any complaints as to the delivery of the paper will be speedily remedied if notice is given Telephone West 33. C HIUNKAGE of Values Reduoed to Mia--' imum. Send your Flannel to WL'LF'S LAUNDRY To be Laundered. Distilled Water Used In the Operation. H F WULF. Prop.. Fifth and State. T ( EELEY InslitoteSSEf&r. Sfc 1 A110 onl' Place in Kansas where tha I X Genuine Keeley Remedies and Treat Bent for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions frre administered. Address as above. DELICATEXAI POINT. DELAY IX FILIXG A MORTGAGE LOSES A DAXK SIOXEr. INTERESTING CASE DECIDED. JUDGE ALDEX DECLARES CD. "WITH ROW A PREFERRED CREDITOR. Una p. Good Sized Claim Against the Defunct CItUena TJanli Suit That Had Aroused Great. , Interest Concluded Other Xerrs. Judge Alden, of the district...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 February 1897

8 rrHE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1897. Missouri, Ksnsas STexas Trust Co Davcaih mail yadeita Streets. eaus cixr, no. CAPITA - Sl.fiSp.000 Swplnt an UnM-ldea Prcflt., 8l,160.(W0. 25 wall strest New York city. 0) Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Fa. 1 Washington street. Boston. Mass. 8andtborqula 2, Hamburg, Germany. Elngel 238. Amsterdam, Holland. a Lombard street, London, E. -. En gland. Dorotheen-Strasse El. Berlin. Germany. 15 Rue da Louvre. Paris. France. Artbur E. Stllwell. President; Vice Presi dents: 1st. J. McD. Trimble: 2nd. E. L. Merlin; 3d, W. 3. Taylor; 4tb. Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C. Robinson, Secretary: W. 8. Taylor. Treasurer: Frank B. Wilcox. Ass t Treasurer; J. J. Calrnes. Ass't Secretary: E. 8. Mosher. Ass't Secretary; Trimble & Braley. General Attorneys. C. D FRKicrr. President " Est- 1S7& W. T. Dillos. Vice Prest and Secretary. French Bros. Commission Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Grain. provisions an(J stocks. Private wire to Chicago. S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 February 1897

THE KANSAS CITY J0U11NAL, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1897. WASTED-MALE HELP. WANTED An idea. "Who can think of some Kltnplc thine to patent? Protect your Ideas; they may bring you -wealth. Write John Wedderburn & Co.,Dept. E. 2.patent nttys., Washington, D. C, for their $1,800 prize of fer and new Ht of 1.000 inventions wanted. WANTED One good dry goods salesman experienced In all departments; At refer ences necessary. Apply to Mr. Bloom, mgr., Boston Store, 1103 Main at WANTED Salesman for lino of ciders, wines and specialties, also side lino men; liberal salary. Address California Cider Co.. Chicago. WANTED-Salesmcn to carry our lubri cating oils as a sideline or exclusively; big money to hustlers. Austin & McGce, Cleve land, O. WANTED A young man to wait on the tabel und do' porter work, at Svca hotel, 1708-10 Holly street. WANTED 2 young men; $10 per week; news agents. 3 West Eth St., room 9. SITUATION WASTED MALE. - WANTED Situation by a white roan to flrivo delivery wagon....

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 20 February 1897

.V.T,.T.fTTar,. ' 10 FEE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1897. YOUR "BEST" GIRL. THE "WAV 1'OD TnCATED HER 0CE. HOW DO YOC TIIEAT HER SOWS COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE. These were happy days. Courting days! Lore is a lightning; that never really Flrikcs a man hut once. It may graze him a second or a third time, but it doesn't really set into his vitals but that once. After that it may scorch him a little here and there, but he only sets "done a nice, crisp brown" Just once. You can't cook the same bird a second time you may "warm it over." but that Isn't really cook lnc. cither in kitchen or courtship. Do you remember the days when you courted her? Do you remember the old trjstins places? "Were you one of the good boys who used to really take her to church and sit beside htr there and thrill thrills every time her fckirta rustled, and build air castles about the future while the preacher's -voice sounded like an echo talking to somebody way oft in the next county? Or were you ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 February 1897

mtmal 'rotpaf YOLTJMB EX. NO. 256. SUNDAY, KANSAS CITY, EEBRUARY 2L 1897 SIXTEEN PAGES. SUNDAY. PRICE FIYE CENTS. I 1 -4 Jsy' v' v&v' v Vsy'y OLD BOARD WILL GO. SENATE WILL REJECT FYKE AND JOHNSON AS COMMISSIONERS. THUS FIGURE "" ISE ONES. r LAYS BETWEEN 2g GREGORY, BOOT. CARY AST) t0' OARRITT. The Two Former Ate lj erallr Be Crorded n the Men Whom Govern or Stephens Will jcct to Administer thejFoIIoe, Department although Pollco Commissioner Frank G. 7- , TZpiW -e$uro -last-week from . iv to GovemorStephens that the ntato fcenate-would confirm him and M. A. Fyke as members of the Kansas City police board, it did not allay the spirit of specula tion as to their probable successors. Jf anything, it increased public Interest-In the matter and politicians stood on the curb and said: "Johnson Is whistling as ho goes through the graveyard." It is not believed that either Mr. John son or Mr. Fyke trill be confirmed. In fact, the contrary Is the general opinion. The report of the senate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 February 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, -FEBRUARY 21, 1897. SENATE ARRAIGNED. KAXSAS POPS SAVAGELY SCORED BY "OHI1 OP-EM. - - - SAURY CUTTING ATTACKED. "ANARCHIST" CLEMENS MOVED TO WRATH An..LlTEUATL'ItE. Slnfcliinc of L'nlveriilty Salaries Ills Special Crk'TOncc Hank Favor itism Charjjcd The (iuicrnor Appealed To to Yclo the Jumper Hill. Topeka. Kas., Fob. 20. (Special.) Supreme Court Reporter G. C. Clemens, known as Anarchist" Clemens. issued an" open letter to tfie Kansas senate to-day, in which ho denounces Its action in passing a 1)111 to re duce the salaries ot tfia profes-sors of tho state colleges. After Issuing tho letter, he Joined Annie Disss and W. II. Sears in a call for a. public meeting next Monday night to protest against any reduction of. salaries at theso Institutions of learning. The Clemens letter follows: "Upon the Populists of the house and upon Governor Leedy now rests tho burden of saving the People's party from tho wrath of a disgusted and outraged people. Imagine ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 February 1897

THE1KANSAS-CITY JOJIftKAL. SOTDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1897. - WHO IS GETTING IT? J43T ABUXDAXCB OP BOODLE OX TAP AT JEFFERSOJf CITY. WORSE THAN EVER BEFORE. EVERYTHING IS BEING DOXE VEItY QCIETLY, HOWEVER. Xnusnal Xnmber of "Sandbagging" Bill Introduced Lobbyists Find, Demo-Pop Legislators Easy, Game Audacity of lite Lobby Gossip. Jefferson City. Mo.. Feb. 20. (Special.) The question, that is paramount just now In Jefferson City is: "Who is getting the boodle?" That thero Is money being used to defeat proposed legislation is a matter of common talk, yet no one except the re cipients seems to know to whom it has been going. It Is unpleasant to be compelled to suspect men chosen by the people of Missouri to make wise and just laws of be ing influenced by lobbyists for a monetary consideration, but where there is so much talk thero certtlnly must bo something wrong. I asked General Billy Ryder his opinion of the present legislature a few days ago. He replied: "I have been coming to Jeffer so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 February 1897

n i w u THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY- 2IJ897. m I t H li ?i I El if i THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. ESTABLISHED 1S34. The Journal Compnnj-, Publishers. Janrnnl IJalldliic, Tenth and "Wnlnnt. NEW SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Single copies -2c Sunday 5c DELIVERED BY CARRIER. Daily and Sunday, JO cents per week; 15 cents per month. BY MAIL IN' ADVANCE. Dally and Sunday, 1 year. $4 W Daily and Sunday, C months - W Dally and Sunday. 3 months 1 00 Dally and Sunday. 1 month 0 Sundry only. 1 year. 1 00 Weekly Journal and Agriculturist, 1 yr. M TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Business Office Editorial and Society IE? City Editor S12 Eastern Office 31 and" 32 Tribune Building. New York Chicago OlScc..... 133) Masonic Temple J. E. Van Doren, Special Agency. Entered at the Postofflco at Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mall Matter. THE -WEATHER. Washington. Teh. 20. For Oklahoma and li.dian Territory: Probably fair; winds shining to northwest, and cooler. For Kansas: Fair, followed by threat ening weather i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 February 1897

. Tm. KANSAS CITY, JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1897. "ft ' i :! lM i t -v : rt' i rU WHAT FIGHTERS SAY. OPEflOXS OP PEOPLE OX THE COM IXG I1ATTLE. MAJORITY FAVORS CORBETT. TOU PAY VOIR MOXEV AXD "VOU TAKE YOUR CHOICE. John L. Snlllrnn Predict That Cor bett Will "Win an Easy Victory Others Favor l-'ltzslmmon Fisbt Xcm From Car son Ring; Coiilp. It Is beyond question that a large major ity of the leading pugilists and critics of the country are of the opinion that Corbett will win In his coming battle with Fitzsim mons. This is particularly true of those who met Corbett In the ring. John L. Sul livan, from whom Corbett wrested the championship, gives his opinion in this way: "I certainly think Corbett will win, for he Is a level headed chap and has had lots of experience He has Improved a lot since he fought mc in New Orleans, and even at that time he was a wonder. Then he could not hit very hard, but he has since devel oped his hitting powers, until now he Is able to hold up his en...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 February 1897

THE KANSAS'CITY-JOUENAL. SUOTAY. 1'EBKITAKT 2i;-1897. 6 i t! i IHE GDHBEBLAHD GAP MAKKS ANOTHER. REDUCTION IN "WEST BOUND KATES. SECRETARY SPEERS RESIGNS. UNFILLED VACANCY IS THE WEST ERN PASSENGER ASSOCIATION. Independent Operation of the Grand Island "Will Date From To-mor- rorr Maple Leaf FIsltt Rates "Soo Disturbance Hallway News. Baltimore, ML, Feb. 20. Another reduc tion of freight rates by the Cumberland Gap Dispatch line, operating over the Nof clk & Western railway, will become ef fective Monday. This redaction Is In class rates from Baltimore to Nashville and Mem phis, Tenn. The cut varies from 13 cents on first class to Z cents on tbo fourth class. A similar reduction Is also made by the Bcaboard Air Line. Proportionate cuts In commodity rates are alto proposed. The Southern railway, which met the cut of the Cumberland Gap Dispatch line mado last Monday to Cincinnati. Louisville and East St. Louis, will not meet next Mon day's cut for the present. Efforts were mado wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 February 1897

if j THE,kKAKSAS;aTZ JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1897. i ' !" fill' i nl i ill i'i V4'i- T T- .' !' V ft T t ? ' 4 i i s city: kas. THE Branch Office of the Jour- nal has removed to Room E, Husted building, where all adver tisements and items of news will receive prompt attention. Any complaints as to the delivery of the paper will be speedily remedied if notice is given. Telephone West 23. HO STONE DNIDRNED. fcECEDERS ARE SIAKIXG A VIGOR OUS CAMPAIGN FOR DIVORCE. COW DRAWN INTO ARGUMENT. FOLICE COMMISSIONER M'CAM- BRIDGB IS ASSAILED. "steering; Committee' Handbill Set tint; Forth That Armonrdnle Feeds the Coir and Wyan dotte Milks Her Ex penses of City. The secessionists of the South side are not leaving a stone unturned to secure a divorce from Kansas City. Kas. They -want an absolute decree and they want it "bad and quick." Since the divorcement bill was Introduced in the legislature the citi zens In favor of secession have devoted talent and money to accomplish their aim. One ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 February 1897

V "$ "&v " iv gM-j3"T 8 , THE KANSAS CELT JOURNAL, SUNDAY. EEBRXIAX 21. 1897. ASSIGNEE HOLDEK'S REPORT. aMMAirJi:UF-MUJill? To Sell DEFDJTCr BAXIC DEPOSITORS HAVE LITTLE HOPE OP DIVIDE AD SOO.V. f ,J- N In All, the Vlctlnm of the Looted Itali ans City Safe? Deposit nnd &n.vlnga Bank May Receive as IIlsli a -0 Per Cent of Deposits. Assignee H. M. Holden, of the defunct Kansas City Safe Deposit and Savings bank, which failed in lui. owins 8.000 de Iositors. yesterday filed a voluminous re port of the bank's condition with Circuit Court Judge Slover. In his report he says there is little hope of a dividend soon, al though depositors .may receive a 5 per cent di Idend in the spring. 3Ir. Holden recom mends that the estate should be closed up. According to his report, the assets of the bank consist of the following: Heal estate a-nd real estate Inter ests appraised at 4332,123 S8 Cash on hand and notes - 55,280 74 Total ?i07,4M C2 The following statement shows eery dol lar that h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 February 1897

j- y- THE KANSAS CUM JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1897. I ' UNIQUE INNOVATION. KANSAS UNIVERSITY riUTEMITr GIRLS ENTERTAIN. THEY GIVE A "THEATER PARTY." HOT OXLY RECEIVE THEIR guests, BUT PLAY FOR THEM. "Cliance" AVns tlic IJI1I, and the Kappa Kappa GnmiMi, "With a Little Alii, Gatle a Delightful Per formance of It Six ' Hundred Gneiti. Lawrence. Kas.. Feb. 20. (Special.) Breaking away from college precedents In socially entertaining friends, the young lady members of the Kappa Kappa Gamma fraternity of Kansas university to-night adopted a method which in uniqueness is exceeded only by the originality of the idea. The. dancing parties that are annual ante-Easter soclal'events in the lives of the fraternity students and party goers of Kansas university bare become fixed feat ures in the history of the school year. The "claiming of dates" for these events was one of the first things thought of by the members of the organizations after the "rushing" and selection of new members was ov...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 February 1897

. - n 10 THE KANSAS CITY; JOURNAL, SJ5NDAJ,BRUABjajt 1887.x i -'il,Jv."iteT3"C E7pfe ' ' Sa& t il'if Mr. Burton J. Hickman left yesterday for Versailles, Ky., -where he will be married on Tuesday, February "2. to Miss Mar garet Craig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mil ton J. Craig. The wedding will take place t the home of the bride's uncle, cx-Gov-oroor Porter. At home alter March 15, at C0 East Ninth street. Tho engagement of Miss Grace "Vitt!ch and Mr. William U. Stocking is announced. The wedding will occur early in the sprlns and will be quite Informal. The marriage of MiS3 Nellie Dowllng and Sir. Victor J, D, Morals will be celebrated at the residence of the bride's brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sibley, 1113 Michigan avenue, on February "I. The marriage of "Miss Marie Ihm, daugh ter of Mrs& Louise lhm, and Mr. Adolph Meyer will take place Tuesday evening; February St. at the First English Lutheran church. Miss Lulu Saucr and Miss Ma thilda ThIIenius will be the br...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 February 1897

u It! iu HIE- KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1897. 11 i An Old.-Wcddlns Kins. What a symbol of lovo Is that of cold. By the token of which our devotion is told! How our youthful affection shines out, ss it seems. In tho light of the romance around It that gleams; And It knows no beginning or ending, or why Its continuing course should not run till we die. , And a sign and a seal of our reverence, too. Had a part In our creed, when that oil ring was new. When a slender, light hand was upraised to our lips "And our kisses were pressed on its slim finger tips. For that circle of gold seemed a hallow ing pledge Of a homage profounder than words dared allege. But the metal that's purest wears quick est away: 'And that old wedding ring has grown thinner to-day: yet the hand which it graced graces it in Its turn ... "With a magic the alchemist vainly would For sweet charity's touch has so filled it with gold That that hand never lacked to the hun gry and cold. And the summers ma...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 February 1897

vvv THE KANSAS' CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. EEBRllAitY 21JJ897. 12 l sfc? MwAm l I THIS WEEK'S ATTRACTIONS. Coates All trcek, Olga Nethersole;. In repertory. tAudltorIain First lmlf at the -treelr, FrnncU IVlInon in "Half a Kinc." Xintk Street All TreeU, JoiepU Mat. phy In repertory. Grand All weefc, Peter Dalley In "A Good Thine." 'Auditorium Friday afternoon, fifth Symphony Orcliextra concert. MISS NETHERSOLE IN FIVE PLAYS. Miss Oiga Nethersole's second engage ment in Kansas City opens to-morrow night at the Coates opera house. She will plvc seven performances. She will open her encasement with "Carmen," and in addition to "Camilio" and "Denlse," both of which were given here a year ago. this beautiful and gifted young woman will ap pear in two new plays "The "Wife of Scarll" and "A Daughter of France" both of which were1 produced for the first time at the Hollls Street theater, Boston, last November. Miss Nethersole Is still tinder the Frohman management, and her com pany this year Is ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 21 February 1897

THE KANSAS CITY. JQUltNAL, ,SU NljAY. EEJ&tUARY 21, 1897. 13 w 1i l r.r Missouri, Kansas STexas Trust Co BTaib and Wyandotte Strat. KAlfSAS CITY, HO. ' oapetaIj - ei,eso.ooo EnrplM and. Undirldea Profit, $1,150000- S5 Wall street. New York city. 0fl Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa. 13 Washington street. Boston, Manx. Sarjdtborqula 2, Hamburg. Germany. Elngel 228. Amsterdam, Holland. 21 Lombard street. London, E. X, En Cland. Dorotheen-Etrasse M. Berlin. Germany. IS Rue du Louvre, Parts. Prance. Arthur E. 8tllwell. President; Vice Presi dents: 1st. J. McD. Trimble: 2nd. E. L. Martin: 3d. W. S. Taylor; 4tb, Jacques T. Nolthenlus. Arthur C .Robinson, Secretary; W. S. Taylor. Treasurer: Frank B. Wilcox. Ass't Treasurer; J. J. Calrnes. Ass't Secretary; E. S. Mosher. Ass't Secretary; Trimble & Braley. General Attorneys. C D. Feiicu, President. Est. 18T8, W. T. Duxo, Vice Prrst and Secretary. French Bros. Commission Co., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Grain, provisions and stocks. Private...

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