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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 31 March 1895

IHWjir "" ir Jfatt&? Jfrr rf 4&m X. ffd $4.00 a Year In Advance. THE JOURNAL, By Mall. al iWft 10 Cents n Week IJy Cnrrlcr. TNI- JOURNAL, Dally nttd Sunday. VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 292. SUNDAY. KANSAS CITY, MARCH 1, 1806.-TWNNTY-TWO PACES. SUN PAY. VHICE FlYIi CENTS. We OWnOUr Goods 1'ur na I.lttln in Any Other Hotiic-nnil Soil Them a tlooit Deal doner In the Cot Price. That's Why It'll froTo 1'rotltnbta lo Hem! Wh.it l'ollowil Wool Dross Stuff. Bright and pretty nnl easy to own nt these tirlec.i: It Inch I-ngllsh Henrietta. In Mack and onlorg, reRUl.ir 2"c goods, for iGe M Inch all wool Suitings, In mlxturcit and checks, north .0e, fop We s Inch light weight Mixtures, In very de sirable spring shades, worth $1.25, for,,C3c Dross Silks. Tho new arrivals the past week ore entic ing In their beauty and variety. They'll win ou nt llrst sight. Colored Faille Silks, In the most desirable shades, worth 73e. nn rale nt ".9c Figured Novelty Silks, In pretty flRiirp and stripes, worth $1....

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. — 31 March 1895

"". fnnpff.v.., twyawiaMwauMwiumwMmo i iMwi'w'nwwyiiiijiUuw niwviiiBnii'u.t..u..imjuin tl 2 Till- KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1895. OPPORTUNITY OP A LIFETIME! To Secure a Nice .Residence Lofc in a Beautiful Section of the City, and in a First-class Neighborhood, at Your Own Price. Tho abovo applies to an AUCTION SALE of 95 Lots to begin on the grounds a week from to-morrowyMonday, April Sth, and continue till all aro sold. .5" V1 v I B ' RS 6W' u ife n n?1 31 KB p wi 1 p-y. ;4 ra W I tilt ' '4 rK si 1 gf.A hi SB m si n: V'M .me -BEGINNING- MONDA Y, Mollior Place lies west of Hyde Park and Roanoke, between Thirty-fifth and Thirty-ninth Streets, on the Mellier Place Electric Lino, within 25 minutes' ride of the Postofllce, three hundred feet above tho river, possesses a grand view of the city, both rivers and surrounding country, approachable by paved streets with easy grades. jtow adorned with some beautiful homes of modern architecture. City water, streets lighted, good s...

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. — 31 March 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MA11CH 81, 1895. 8 I y I . SEE NO LEGAL OBSTACLES. PtlOMOTKtlS OF T1IK BEVI'.NTKRXTH STItl:r.T VIADUCT CO.NFIIIKNT. Commliten Appointed nt n Meeting Held Lait MRlit to Clrcnlnlo I'oplp of n l'ctltlon llitiitiilnrlrii ot llta l'rnpocil ItUtrlct. Another meeting of citizens Interested In the proposed viaduct at Seventeenth street was held last evening nt JJolln dcr's hall, nt Seventeenth and Holly streets. It wan determined to make nn earnest campaign nil over the city In the Interest of the viaduct by clrcut.it lng copies ot a petition asking slKnn ttlrcs of citizens to a request that the council take no notion In the matter of the vacation of Hell street, as nsked for Jy the stock yards company, until that company shall assunt to the location of tho viaduct on Seventeenth street, and assume Its share of the cost of Its con struction. The movement for this point was put In motion by Alderman Morri son nnd, noting on his plan, there will be fifteen gen...

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. — 31 March 1895

"., "SfV.' '?'!Stf!EStCiXft'e&'t!iMtWhi4vrr:m ''''i'Wv,VrtS mu'xi Ft THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1895. I J! N j j c 1 1 I c r r l 3 s j B e h ;:: KANSAS CITY JOUllNAL I.HTAtlLlSIIht) ISM Tlie.lonnml I iiiupsn), I'nlillalirm, Journil Building, tenth and Mrtlnnt 111. XV.Vf SCtlSCIUPTION ItATfi8. Single copies two tchls, except Sunday, OAo cent nnLtVEiuJU r cAiintKiii Dolly and 8unl, per week.... t....l6a lr MAIL, IN ADVANCtll Dally and Sun1a, 1 )tar ..............11 01 Drllv and Sunday, f. months.,.,... ...i.. SCO Dally and Simla), 3 month ,,.,.,..,,.. 1 00 Dalli and Hun la), 1 month............. 40 HinnnJ- oil). 1 year 1 M Hund on!, 0 month ....... 73 Wckly Journal and Agriculturist, l Jear... .,,,,..,. ,,,.,1, M TnLDPHONK NUMBERS, Irulfls Olhro , SW Bdltorlal nnd Soclet). ts."7 ritv Hdllor ,. . .... S12 i:ntm! nt the Poslolllce In Kansas City, Mo., as Second Class Mull .Matter. LARGEST MORNING CIBGDLUIOY MWH till lllllllilllnlM, Washington. March Jo ror Oklahoma an...

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. — 31 March 1895

TUP, KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. MAKC1I 31 , 1805. B RAID ON GAMBLERS, rOLIOR MVOIII- DOWN O.H CltlM'8 0 TOIttOl'S CI.UH ItOOM. fttiil itHnnlerlv tint people In the vlelnlly hive retnonsumted ngalml It. The irnmc l snld to have n (trout "rnke-ort," no much o thit the plivera liio icry Utile clnnci tit win In It It I vnriotnly etlm ited tint the "rake-off" run from l) to (.vii a week Henry IIon was rhnrKeiI Rpeclllc-lllv on tho police register Willi running a Rimb line home, The eight men tirtetril In the plnre were chirged with trenticntlng n gunbllng reiort, EIGHT PLAYERS ARE CAPTURED, ALi.nwRti tc tmn hond without nr.IMO TAKKN TO IIKAUQUAHTKHs. The rroprlrtor lint Kirn llln I'Uco Uellnnrn nf tjw nmt UnellUtirhed by Onirrm for rpnrft-IUId on I'ritp Itiioni In The police raided Crlm's notorious gamb ling house over the Wnll Street exchange, No. 809 Wall street. Inst night. At tho time of tho rnlil, which vva made by Sergeant rinnninrnti ntul Olllcer llutilop. Orogin ntul W. J. Nich...

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. — 31 March 1895

ZTTZ!ZSZSS&z& 'am6mfVWiirmmwmxwBmwmiwit!i& ftmm wit - wi t i ' J c 1 r j-. c n o r a K . lv K K 15 B 8 8 You need some Spring Clothesyou Come direct to jSTicoll tlio Tailor, there is every reason tllis City (Over 3,ooo styles). Under the new tarifl'we are making Suits or Overcoats to to order $4 to $14 that formerly would have cost 85 to $18. We guarantee Clltirc Satisfaction Or money refunded (Perfect Do not confuse us with the cheap tailors that copy our methods and prices they necessarily fail to give the value and satisfaction that we readily and safely guarantee. Fancy-priced-credit tailors traduce us because wc make as good clothes at one-half their prices. We prepare our working forces for several thousand extra orders to be executed the weeks before Easter so come with the assurance of being promptly and satisfactorily served at prices a decided saving to you. Aotit TAILOR INVESTING IN PROPERTY. mi:. with iti:uv -.n takim; aii- X'A.STACJI. Or Tin: .ll.VHKin. The ...

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. — 31 March 1895

J. .W..M I ' ! TTTE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1895. , r. H II $3 J KANSASOT Ae Thursday, Friday and Saturday Our store will be a vision of loveliness. Our GrandOpeningofSpringMillinery occurs at that time. Our trimmer, Mrs. A. V. itc Carty, of Chicago, is one of the most artistic in the West, and her creations arc perfect dreams of beauty. A bunch of wood violets as a souvenir to every lady. AND REMEMBER lh:,t on those days we will give $r.t3 worth of lining with every dresss purchased at our store. This is all. Haven't time to write more. KAfSSAS-CHTY-KAS' These Firms Do Business Keeleylnstitute Portsmouth llltlic Jt will jmy , Ton ntrorpiMi ' liif iift tiling lit hip impel anil I urn II urc linn to i oiiio In and Itcmrmbcr Micro 1 no Krnlrr Inrtltnte tn Knnii4 Clt. Mi). nmriirn of Cheap Iml tutors. look oor otir Mock. HolzmarkFurniture ('l)MI',NV, (Si A. IM! Mlnm ota At. E, R. Gallender Printing Co., fill! Allmicsotn Ave. fine Job Work of all kinds a specialty. BELLE V...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 31 March 1895

ntmfmerntmitrttsr-xK-Jitiw rtfi l iWiiini lui i'i -"-" f '" TIIK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1805. 8 . I J X i j c f c 1 s 1 3 T ? I I i l F e & 6 4 M : It tiian It.tVM per month Unt wo have a Urge proportion of laboring ni-n grmtir thin nny city In the state unt so miny without lulsir. Thev wont. I come to me one after mother, sometimes with their hungry chil dren. I touldh't person xllv lull them nil. Unlike miyors gener.ill), I li.nl no public fund to go to. The only vvny was to give them work on the streets work that need oj tn tic done Ami I mil It Then the number strew so tire it tii.it they hint to be divided, some working om kkIi ami some the next finally they hud to In graded tig.iln liy thi' H of yinir families. In this wn) the street expenditures outran the iimonnt Intended Vet if I hml It to elo over I would lo It again perhaps more so. "The reform candidate for tiNtvor In liccn a man of book nitil theor The lle liulill. all tiindtdalo hn been ii iiiin of ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 31 March 1895

Btf A VAST TRADE PROBLEM. 1IOW TO BXFAND OtJIl COMMniICK WITH OltKAT MlUril AMEltlUA. CommtMlnner Avery Secure the Co-oper-ntlonnf Eight-ninths (if Sonth Amer ican 1'riilc l.ro Intercut nt Kansas City anil tlm Wot In lis Buccen. Correspondence of the Journal. Caracas, Venezuela, March J). I have been for elx months In South Amotion, ac credited by United States Secretary of Ht.no Hon, Wi y. tircsiinm, to the gove-rn-inentn or Brazil, Argentina, Clilll, UrURtiny, Paraguay and Venezuela, to bring before these c-ounttits the- .great United Si.ates In ternational exposition, to be hclit in Al lanln.. On,, from September to December of tills jcur, Inclusive, and secure tin- co operation or these countries In said expo sition, whoso object Is to enlarge tho for eign trade of the United Slates, especially with the I'aneAmerlcnn countries. In geiting the United State congress to make the exposition national and put upon it the stamp or our government. In order to Induce forclirn countries t...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 31 March 1895

0 THREE LOST MINE MYTHS, "LOST tJAlUX," ''WHITE'S CEMENT" AND THE "IT.O l.KO." They Am tho Tlirro lnl Itcmnrknbto Mjths III the Mest, nnd To-day Thcro Aro Men Still Hunting Tlicnii c A fCOTe or inorc of tnylhs about gold (tnlncs of fabulous richness onco discovered ntul then lest by some fateful Incident or rhaln of accidents hao bothered hundreds of Imaginative treasure seekers In the Hocklcs nnd the Sierras. Hut there nro i three myths that nre particularly bother iiinc to tlio old time miners m the far IWest, Two concern the miners of South Dakota nnd Colorado, nnd the third oc cupies the attention of the Bold hunters In Southern Cnllfornla. IIverone In the Ilocky mountain region Jias heard nbotit the White Cement mine, uid the Lost Cabin mine, In lva Kit Car ion, James Kinney nnd a half-breed Ulack foot came Into Tort Hnnilnl, on the Mis souri river, with n bagful of nuggets nnd u story of cold deposit of Incredible rich ness" on Cabin creek, n. branch of the north tork of the C...

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. — 31 March 1895

MmmmmB n&fc-ffjg; !! TTTE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MARCH 31 , 1805. 10 tmm m 1 . GROYER'S MISSION. IT IS AS XET CMFUI.rtLt.r.l) IN HIS ESTIMATION. STILL A MAN OF DESTINY, Hit WANTS TO Of) DOWN TO 1'OSTKIU TV ASA Ttltltl) TKltMHlt. Mr. Cleveland tl In the liner tor the Pres idency Again, According lo Senator normnn nml Oilier Dcmncratto Statesmen AMio Arn Sup poled lo lis Posted. Washington, March 30. (Special.) President Cleveland lias Impressed somo of the leading politicians ot Ills party with the Idea tlint he want another nomination. And, strange as It may seem, this Idea Is not one held alone by Idle gosslpcrs, but Is seriously enter tained by many of the leading Democratic- politicians. .Senator Gorman, as practical n politician as he K Is quoted as expressing tha firm conviction that Cleveland Intends to be a candidate, and there lire others, as active ns the Maryland Rcnator In the management of the party's affairs, who express a similar opinion. They attribute to Mr...

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. — 31 March 1895

WmqWMfrli-.J. Mn '"WtMWnPWMBBFI: rmM JH'WOl.MHggWl' I g IB li ii .Wfl9w IiWW'lWMPSV'WW J B a u TIIE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. MARCH 31, 1895. jni?iiiiiij3iA,cLg:i4i:r,iiBg: aroarmaxacnanuTi PROM every mart known to civilization vc have gathered the choicest, newest goods, in quantities eclipsing all oti i past records. Style and quality are combined with LOW PRICES to such a degree that one visit of inspection will convince you that this is the store where your money will get you the greatest and best returns. Make that visit this week and judge for yourself. We're Not Afraid of Your Verdict. ISEdHIECIinirHIHCj Ji:MMJRM8Hg-iwafci.'HMiin iTOygijam'iiiimi:ur ui'mni ir s, RSIFi ii s o ail a?si blttS i Twcfth and Haiti Streets. Read the Unmatchable OiTeriiiffs in Our TWILL be a sale in which prices will be lowered as you never knew them on such magnificent styles and qual ities. Prices that will tell who's the people's friend prices that count for the wage earner as well as the wealt...

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. — 31 March 1895

mwKmtiimLiti! . hmm J THE KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL, SUNDAY. MAft'Cftrai ; 1895. 12 mmwmmw &mmmmm .4 IN NEW SPRING ATT.I i 1 f i N Every floor of our vast establishment is now decked with elegant new Spring Goods. Handsome Designs at new Low Tariff Prices. Such Elegant Goods at such Low Prices have never before been shown under one roof in the city of Kansas City. It will more than pay you to call and take a look through, whether you wish to buy or not. i'il i..(l h m e ft 1 u If f 1 i hj mli Hf j, ilLkTiiiiwn. j Silk Tapestry Rocter, Solid Oak, like cut, worth $5.00. WHITE ENAMELED IRON BED. Brass trimmed, full size, like cut (no slats), worth $10.00 m ll- jmmmmmmmfm IHINfeHEETS OF GOLD LEAF Ik IIAaiMRnnU OUT UNTITi IfiO.OOOTJf rAitT or AX INCH THICK. .lie rilm Is A! must Transparent Sheets of -Johl ami Silver 31 u tie by lluutl in Tlioy Wuro Hundreds ir Years Ago. Goldbeaters hammer the precious mttal Into .sheets so tliln that green rays of light will pass through them, and each sh...

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. — 31 March 1895

. HM)mtllVfVlu. 0smmm!m. j4wrii&mm4mxifMHim&fgi THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MATiCH 31, 1895. s s 13 ; f vM s WKmtMkmmmammmm Y'A-wmWm Qmj "UL-v -Q ll iftLwJI 'fcn l- '' sM th Alia lost KrMay evening. Mr. Illifiop, May ricUcll, NHIIe Norton. Mabel Dillon, IHnlPinlHwrriT r?rr. Jy.y T.'nftW VJTv--' .'J V &. ll 'tltWr llJTlMllfcStV who alw-nys make her decorative prepara. Mr... Vern Ctithbert: Mc!r;. lirren Ilu- 3ff?lBMKlKBMMmWf4-U.! V & -'Vlr'Al T "jU nr P.-AVJ IEW W;7WlPRar'.l r tions with refined and exntibdlo article sell. Samuel KudKe. Ouy Itussell. nTWUUPlSHHMlKi.i. U 'TrnT TlTlJ.rrTrT-Js-J'r'rvi'-rT ?4P. m AH I M t C w, The Incl I'lourr (Anfwnmir). BMwceii the hush nnd wnklUK of tho earth, When Zophyius chantx n melody tTo woo lihi flora back with tears and mirth. Then comes our frail Anemone. Co tell how Venus In her cypress home Caiesscd voting Cupid In her love and Jy: 'And how. In sport, he left the Btltigliig wound Upon the mothcr-birast with arrow-toy. '...

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. — 31 March 1895

&! t ?c jr.rw ,, wrqp"r$f ' "Afvwl prwmwwwuH V- HIE KANSAS CITY J0U1UYAL. SUNDAY. MAttCIISt, 1805. U &W n H ti 'i i ktu tmt ii .ss rl b j? It. J ' ;tf?5 '5, r---r - "-" !N4 ritnsn sphixo ritocKS. 1 OPINIONS OF THE YOTERS. WHAT THIIY &AY OP Till: ItHellT OP H OSI HX TO Till 1 ltAMilll!-.!'. The Subject Discussed b) 1'enplo VUeoIlnvo Tried It TIiuiikcIvcs nutl Arc, There fore, Able tti -pcnk 1 rum Kx pcrlcnii' nn 1 Obscrviillon, Tho letters from the ladles In last Sun day's Journal on tho sufCr.iso question rwere not only read with pleasure, but 'formed tho topic of discussion at many a tuble nnd at urlous local club gatherings. Men seemed especially Interested In the "best reasons" given, and In compliment to tho lawmaker of our d ly the editor of tho Woman's 1'ngo has requested an ex pression or his Mens upon tho subject of equal siuTiage. The honest sentiments em bodied In theso kind responses u,ro fully appreciated. Ite. Dr. Henry Hopkins "This Is a philological rather...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 31 March 1895

",- Jtf -"fwVBfHasyiWWWvw , jtwwwrgt yaT.' IVUI HlWIUItWWWWJMWiUliU J)wwwjy -'-'llH'iWli' linn -1,1 .1 i in TIT?, KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1895. THE WEEK ATT.HE THEATERS mount: ot Tin: sai.p nutTiiK.T.A- MJ.N lll'HII! WAtlNl.ltl'A.N Ol'JHlA. A New lloj-t Comedy nml the First l'ru- tttittlnn of "1 In- V audi ring Jew " Among lliU Vtrck's Attractions Mwc tnculnr -.Hhriinndoih" Hlg CtincrrU. There Is no longer any doubt but th t the grand opera season la this city will bt u siuccf. The- sale of sennn tickets was large Inoie than W.fc'K-and the sale ot single tuj-lit tlekpti eterday Went with ft ruh an I raised the total tale to about 1G.0O0. An tho opera season U about a month ills timt, thH snonlwj muit be considered re luarkabl) gooti. There Is no tticitlon thtt the pnlttry, where- the cheapest seats will be cold, none of whli h can be reserved, will bring about S:,i0 for the throe operas. The demand for tickets yesterday was so fcrcal that people stood In line for sexe...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 31 March 1895

It f jyaawmwuwwwuMMwl S Tin-: KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MAKOII 31, j. 1(5 .- h i NEWS FROM LEAVENWORTH. riotmiNti ns Tin: itt:stjt.-ri or tiii: mumcii'Ai. i;i.i:ctio.v. All liens 1'olnt til n Mb ltriulllrnn t Irtnrjr A I'nify Mini In n llnted I'oMiuml ltcnn iinit .iia of n Mlsrel Lincoln Cliurnrlcr. As the day at election elrovvi nigh, peo ple lire beginning to figure on tlie result". The Democrat have already Riven tip liopea ot electing ItncKer tor major! nine or tho best Informed Democratic leader ndmlt that he will be defeated by from 200 to son. but the Itcptibllcnns claim that ho wilt be defeated b not less than Sijo. When Ilnikcr ran ngalnst Colonel An thony six ears ngo, ho only defeated that Bentlem.tn by 621 voles, when tho whole Itepubllcan party was broken to pieces, and romo ot the most prominent loaders of that party to-daj were fighting An thony. Again, four years ago, when ho ran against rortoseup and bad tho whole of ttlue ,Mty administration, tho tollco boird an...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 31 March 1895

SBfflCtFfffcasfir. - 'fflf 1" inmimmrmi "ivfmitmmtmm w rilT) KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, MATtCII 31, 1895. 17 r?mwh ASIATIC DIPLOMATS, bTOllll.t AMI llltsutl AIIOUT mm MI.N ISI'llltS AMI CO.N.Mtll.S. Tin- MlnUter In t'nrt-.t-Ir. II. N. Allen nml ltitir He Mini llii' I.lfi" ilf I'rluce Mill Nunc Hi -Anirtlnin lUnrtilH In Ctinn-1 bourn Khwit Shut HIT I lif l'aliiii- l.lislits, (c!orrlEhlJ. W. by l-Vntik CI. Carpenter.) The present nr li im rt.ipl the Im in.rt.ince of our mission to Con-, That country ttnm im in nlll I the WedRe between Jarn, Chlti mil tttifin. nml our tniiiiner there mil be uti impririinil chat ncir. Tlr-re l ft lorn? Artterli'an colony now in .coul. The .merlcin nr iKilntf int of the mlloii WOIK rtf Jtw country, mil ihrc n a uumlier of American of-fk-luH connected with the ftovi-mtnent. The elllliat la a Ko.nl one. .itnl the plttoo la by no means ao mark na It hn been ln 1 1 t J . You tMivmbfr whnt tlf.crnl luliinman, tif late American mlniator to Alain, said rbotit...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 31 March 1895

ptw rr vf? i&iKW" s- ' r wr '--.' iTggmft 9I KL J iiJW-Jt mjui i mm imbwhi Tlltt TCANSS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY MA ROM 1. 1fil). 18 lVVVxvVXVV!rc,vJVy3W'ril;vxNv.Krvvxv' COCx.VaXXnXXXXSH :: o 10 CENTS A WEEK! THE CAMPAIGN HAS BEGUN! & .: : & & :: i THE KANSAS CITY L FIRES THE FIRST GO v. 1 warn firssTKsamEmaseESBSS ftSSSSSSSSSSS :: i Ml CrN i JOURNA 1 .'van ws!wl IftW IWM 1 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL EVERY MORNING IN THE YEAR DELIVERED AT YOUR DOOR, Si 0 CENTS .A. WEEK. .-RATES BY MAIL-, Daily and Sunday, i year. $4.00 Daily and Sunday, 6 months 2.00 Daily and Sunday, 3 months 1.00 Daily and Sundav, per month 40 SUNDAY ONLY, 1 year 1. 50 i .. :: SEND IN YOUR NAME,. tssss; KS Superintendent Greenwood "I was sreat ly amused by some nnwsers I heard tho other day. 1 was at the Vcnuer school, when all of the pupils ciiv little people. They wete spelling When 1 arrived, ami I beKan to, uucMInn them about Hie ineunhiK of tho Kswoi-ds. The word 'bystander was spelled, Ubut no one ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 31 March 1895

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