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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 13 April 1895

am inmrm WiTJW.. a ..wwiwKfurwgrgswsy ?tj r THE KANSAS CITY JOtmXAT SATURDAY, ArKIL13 180.1 8 PRIVATIONS OF PIONEERS. Tiir. i,m- nr sir.s tun. tn tzi'ti Tin: AMl.lillvN MII.IH'IIM.w. Hsrdhlps of a lyplrll I .milly How the I ng Itnii.p Mas Itullt Ihniidinir nf II line .toilful J" 111 VI ttrrr I'l tlln i. The hnrdhlps, privation" and denial born- by the eitrlv fib n Wtte uoh 111 it the "hard Pines' In t It. m "lorn t life hnrrlly afford n comparison It r nilrml it most hemi'- courage n frt-l-u le In the "early ilnjn" to locate In the u ihrnlten wilderness, erect a rude cabin I thn commence the removal of the l.ii) f..reM with ax and Are, thus F ivly to bent hmk the dense vtrootlutml th.c In time Li comp there might be ti i li nf waving Birtln. and hupps, mll i u bnrm Kin writer' ancestry, both on the pa I mil mill innternal Mile, left the kin il .in of HavaNa and fettle.! In the American colonies, ihe tlrst mentioned in I72S and the latter In ltlfi Ileum him F'lf of the "Ixtli generat...

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. — 13 April 1895

8 ) thus round up our ponettlons to the North Tti n itiri is M.-xic i, wh not i ross tim Hi Oru.dC The Haham.M are ours by riehts ,h I while we are nn the subject, wnais the matter with the llrllish il iiu l ' There am too mm people in the w rid, an way. l.tt s kill somebod) fit r el aml.Hmllh's flood News, t.ltll "i v boy broke through the Ice lo-diy un I was pulled out bv hit dog" lo her That shows how dingerous tlim b n Is ' l.i tie n "I thought It showed how -afo a boy with a dog It " Truth: Chtf (to dentist) "I won't pay an iluiiR extra for gas, Just .sntik tho t i h out even It It does hurt a little. ' Hmtist "1 mutt sa ou rc very plucky. Just lt me ee the tooth," t'hasp' iih. 1 haven't any toothache, Its Mrs. Chnse. Hhc'll be here In a mln-tit- " ir-53 l'B i53 ! ft'V?r IKF nr. Sk iU: ss&w I ti A In "I.u ilt , ' On ii it, rnlllh lnc of how vie an n wl hout muslo, poctr nr. 1 nrt, even Without uui'ilence and, too, without t) i f uii' s troublesome organ, the heart, that wo ...

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. — 13 April 1895

V THE BALANCED RATION. HOW A CIIKAH mot' MAT III: OttOWN TO SLl'I'I.VlT. Hirlr Tomatoes "iiiiib hrglrrtcd Harden I'lnnls I ill u re of lltirto llrrcillng-- 111" fcrt of I riding It iw Cut Hone lutiirp of I arming, Xntlonnl Stockman: The careful reader of this deptrtmcht lias been Impressed with llio fact that a properly balanced latlon for mill: cows will pa a much larger profit Ihtn u ration In which carboh)drntes hue too large a place lie will also hac noted that the majority of crops that ore grown on the farm hne nn excise of arbohdrates, and are correspondingly de ilelmt In that mol nluable nutrient protein. Wo have tried to iiolnl out that protein may be had In such feeds as tlrt Kced meal, cottonseed meal and gluten meal, but all these foods are expensive In one no of the word, for while they xiipply the neccarv amount of protein lit ii cot below what It can be had In corn, jit these feeds cost tnomy and tost a considerable) amount of It at the nine time And no a friend of ou...

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. — 13 April 1895

raaaTCLi rilK KANSAS CITY JOUUNAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1805. it) ) OF INTEREST TO STOGKMEN, rtdtmit which Tt-.t.t, why the nttci: or m:i:r has .d am i.i. A Urrnl Shoring-. This Vcsr and n 1'rrlliig a lm( Hip Woml llm Nnl Yet Itrrn llciillrtd 111k Slump In Hiins-s, The nticsllon of the high price of cat tle and consentient high price of hcef r-ecms to be pretty well Understood here In the West, the source Of the hecf sup ply. Just look nt the iccclnts) of cattlo hero nt Kansas. City mid their source. Kansas, fiirnlshca iv large per cent of the cattle sold here the early port of the year. Xnw, see what tl has donci Kor the months of January, February nnd March the number of cattle received here from Kansas was 110,399; same time List year, MI.317, u decrease of 123,31s, a lo.s resulting mostly from the pliorlAK' i the corn crop last year, which serlotuty nfteclcd the feeding tiv rations of the state. The receipts from Texas for the same months were GI.26S. against 19.271 the Fame time...

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. — 13 April 1895

11 THE KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1895. "CROWNEH'S QUEST LAV," OMftol tr.niitry Inln llii tlnlth of Milder Vi'Hf lien!t Itrltl tor th llMtidl'nrj. ! n.I.lphu, A.ril I: nep'ity roronef 1' .8 m m noon to-lay began lit onViftl in-qn-v In'O 'lio tlwuh m M irrnret Winifred tiivtile (Jt.i.ttf VorUi.tlH' younir intrvn Kt-'o . hot anil k'.ik-l by A i tor Jmnes It. iintr. mi the niihr of I'ebriiiiry 1J lt Vr.. delay In holillnii the lnrtlia.l Wi tiu..l bv (Srntn'n lllm-im Iti I'lmsed'tHiee t !, injnrlM ru-Mniii-Mi by him in hm Imp If !i i he rent- lire tunne of tit hotel nftri r . ''i p itinn nil his Mtlmeuurnt nttiinid lo t, 'nm.t ,iid'lite. , ... li' .inlv e wlincii; (0 the crim". Miw !.i ! i i urhr, of the "HaRaKr rheok" i;m !' . ,i, nii no! irom at the InntiMt The -- .i mv hlil hem lllllim nri etMUitvintnt nl d I ni'ln- thciiti r In lhl ells'. and Hi r .i r ' allow Ml" CMrk to leave illi It"' . n.r'iny m ihe end of the wrk. hyr ! l P i n uga taken. Thl document hit nl I il ...

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. — 14 April 1895

THE HOME NEWSPAPER. Tho Journal, i4.00 a year by mnil, 10 cents a week by carrier. 0 tt u-'. THE HOME NEWSPAPER. Tho Journal, $4 00 a year by mal', 10 cents a woolf. by carrier, rf VOLUME XXXVIT, NO. 30(5. SUNDAY. KANSAS CITY, A1MUL M, 1895.-TWKNTY-TWO PAflKS. SIWIUV. 1MH (MO KIVK CUNTS. Ca k tT mumit r 2mwmi juittttai. I? A HANDFUL of HINTS They toll nn Intoreittnctorjrofirrcit viUno-irlvlnjr Ihroiirrlimit the itorolhts wcl'K ; ti iiu nuns uro Miiiucieiit to most- Dross Goods Dopt. 1W shnvv nn nrrnv of reeoril.lirr.iklhE- hnrKnlns hero, ntnl earh piece of dress Huff is n model or nriitie uc-iqninir mm clever ness. Tho daintiest of Bilks nml Novelties, n nell in the more subMiiritlal Hlnck Hoods, in nn overwhelming nhimdiinec. M Inch Colored 1'nlllo Silk, KO)-s worth TV .. , ...i.. JZJVj 31 Inch crinkled China Silks In pretty fig ures nnd color", Kunrnnteod yiC. fast color? -twPls Chnnccnlilc nitured Novelty CC 9nrl TC- Hllk north l. for 00 ddu f UU 40 Inch nil wool Illicit ltcnrlet...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 14 April 1895

THU KANSAS CITY JOUTlNAL, SUNDAY Al'lUL ti, 181)3. ONE MOHE JLiNGOLN SGALP, m.t i vros ntN mi tiir M.iiltvs. IMSS MMII. III! M I'l V llll I. The tlmne n tlitrtt I ought mid lulrr- ruling Oitf lhriiiighiiiit-"l.nt llittne Itli I Infiiln I u-ll i)-llrHlllg Unit Mntluie. Ubnin men had ho np with Ihe husky hull toers from Lincoln y lenluy The game was ns pfettjr OB exhibition os t' r most crlllntl could expert to see nti I the Ji ic only won It out b the narrow linrgln of to E, the Net riukans being j much In th game anil puhlft the 1j alt b4rd nil th time x'njig and Dsrby did the pllrolBfT for V lilues n1 llnrtiinr' hnd Orngg oltl tii e I In the Mmr ia.jelt for Hie Visit or ami ruth of the nunrtrtle showed up In good form, the bat UN belli JlKbt In c imparisan with thti previous da. The Hiie did the best hitting ami Cieir bane hit column would hove In en mn h Inrgir I' ii or the ixseptionttlly shsrb fielding i the Lincoln outfielders K"iirif-l In Lift particularly distinguished lilmelr...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 14 April 1895

3 r- ) NO PROPHECIES THIS YEAR, THE KANSAS CTTY JOURNAL, STJNDAY, APRIL M, 1895." WE WILL ASTONISH YOU WITH PRICES THIS WEEK. D066ETT DRY GOODS 60. tTTF.Il MAT SAINTS' CONMINTION AT I INDRIKMILNCIC AT AN KM1. While lha Voice of the President W Silenced on Tito Ocrnolon, lie ll Meld In llcepenerntlon by the Members. Atl of the business of the conorst con fercnce of the Latter Day Saints church nt Independence was concluded prior to tha adjournment Inst eventnir, nnd tha session will be formally adjourned this evcnlnir iiflcr the usual exercises. Many of the delegates anil members are to leave for homo this morning, some left jesterday and the remainder will go to-morrow. The cession was not as Important as ronio others have been, but still there hm suillclcnt business to make the Ralherlntf Intercstlwr. Thero have been durlne tlio conference but two questions up for action that precipitated any particular nmount of debate, and while m itters waxed pretty warm durlne the HIkMs of orat...

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. — 14 April 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SUNDAY. APRIL 14, 1895. KANSAS CITY ,101'HNAL rsT.Mn.iBtn t iv) Tlir.lnnrnnlt iti ir Publisher, tnnrnil t lullil In q. Irntlinnd Walnut It. M W St IWttUTloN maths. 4 Blnrte copies ... . "'' ? Bundnj .. ...i . m "- m:t.tvt:nnn i.YCAimir.itt Dally ami Butu!n 10 rent per wt'k, it tit per inoiitli. tlY MAIL, IS' AHVANCK- pill) and j-Umdni, 1 iwr, JJ 22 Jvalh and Siin lav. el month ; Dtlh nnd Rumta 1 month " J'-ll nnl Sindm 1 month , J' 8'inliv onl) i ear , ' VI H'nilny onii f month ;'', Wee-kly Journal bih! Agriculturist, 1 jar ., . i "" " Tri.rcun.sT. nvMukms TtuHnrsn om r. .j?? I'd 1 1 rnl it I Society 'J.'i HI) flllor . . ;,'' - '- n ! i t m- ivomv in ;""! rlly Mi mi i.wii' clf-K Mull Mntlff HFs' new,, rmuuinn. ww tut Inillrntlnns, Wmhlnitlon April II -Cor Oklahoma nd Jnils-i Terrltor l'nlr, smith win Is Tor Missouri 1'nlr, generally warmer, southerly win i lor Knnn. lalr: -rarm'r, southtfly winds . GOOD MOMNIN'O. Young Arnerlr i to-day draws the color line sh...

Publication Title: Kansas City Daily Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City daily journal. — 14 April 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY." AHUE.1-1, 1805. EARNEST AND BRAVE. Titu mi:s At tiik hrai or tiik TKIl IJAV SAINTS' CllUltUll. I.AT- HAVE FACED UNTOLD DANGERS, I'Iii:siih:nt smith talus on FAITH OP TIIK Cllt'llClt. TIIK Us lint Netcr Pern the (Inlden I'lntr nit Horn Not Knmr Where They Are Tim Venerable Miter of tlio l'lrnt Seer. Th (renernl conference ot the Church of Jesus Christ Litter Day (taints, that has been In session for the pan week nt Inde pendence, was composed of Mine Interest" Inir nnd unique workers. There were men who have hail strange experiences, the like of which Is not oflen met with, nnd yet they tell of their danger nnd perils with ns little concern nt though their lives had never been In peril. The strange teachings ot the church and the history that It has lnaile, the division of the church nt N'auvoo and the establish rn-nt of the nposlates nt Salt Like City, the continued struggle between the two or ganizations, have nil combined to attract . v J THOUSAND...

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. — 14 April 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. AP1UL tl, 1895. GUESTS OF THE COUNTY, OITH'IAI.i M l'M.irH INSIIlt I llll: I'lltlll I'Att.Mi An l.trrlfrnt l.nnrli eMii1. innl .Much n' Unbte liiftiriimllnii Absorbed fiintem- lint 1 1ll. let) Nrrrary linlltir lion Ttlf Miule In Carrl'iKci. WKn Will ''arlelon HK "Over Ihe hill to th- poor how., I'm tnilin' my weary i" hi' very evidently did not lme In ii nd the ttli.il of rtowd that took that irn) yesterday guests or the honor o." tonnly court. Abm i fitly invited ftuest went "over ti !iT to the poor house." Inn nil rode i i.iMiK, with the Hicptlon ot the ir in .il frniun'.tj. h!eh rod In ft spnng w.,1: .1. li'luiiJ a pair of raw bolted mules, The carriage., drawn by spirited hotscs, jws-oil th" do. tors and the mules at fu lar itii.rvaK but the dtstlrutul.tied Renlle tin i. mm nlmi "M. D." fter their tmmes I i! rinln'lon in tho thought that th" in n. at imc ttm. In thi dark period ot tv fountr'i lilMury . .,ntrllmd '0' to MMi.it iho Hinernmeni. 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. — 14 April 1895

TTIF, KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY. APRIL 1 1, 11)5. LONELY PITCAIRN ISLE. rrcTUHKi mow tiik trroi-iA uf tiik sol ni nka. Story nf a Vnrlitsnuin V ho Win Itlnnn tnlo Motility liny unit lire riled Mth lmile lull (.nrdlil Wcltomo liy the Drarcmtfliit nf Mutlneira. rherc in 1 fpol on thin Klole where the rohltrh nue still UtiRors", where mnnklnit e. istn In primeval (implicit, and pence and teeurlt) prevail To be sure. Its extent Is limited, and It" population scant, but Rood thing arc put In small nicels, ntul dia monds nre nut ns Inrfte os cobblestones, fame jctitn iiko, sns a writer In the Hus ton TrniNpt, I win mnklnrt ft nihtlnn nile, here, there and ever where, on biinrd of a smart tlitlc n hooner of 2f ton, named tin Nautilus , We vv.ro about ii fortnight nut from Se1ne, N S. ., when we em minified n heuv Kftle of wind from northwest Hint drove us before It under a eloi -reefed mnlnsAll nnd storm Jib ror thru blu-terliiK dn, 'luring whlrh the neither wni i thick Hint no nberv i t...

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. — 14 April 1895

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL SUNDAY. 'APRIL 14, 1895. 8 V KANSAS CITY, KANSAS, EASTER OFFERINGS. WILL CLIP SALARIES. M!W ADMIN loTltATIOX WtM. WORK KOIt MhTltllNCHKNT. i fcSJ-5l YZ? T0InJFo;N 1BB3, SSS MAYBE CUT TWENTY PER CENT. E. R. CALLENDER Easter Offering pewnon HHT Is the Iluust line of Wull l'.iper ever shown In till city. We lime everything new for the year i '.".. Our paper hntiRers nro nil skilled workmen, ltoiiiembi-r we entry everything In I'nlnt. THI1 IT.AN IIKCIIIEU IJt'ON AT TUB cuM'iti:ci: iii:m rutu.ir. FRiosrTiisrca- oo. Does tho Finest Job and Book Work in the Two Cities. A Specialty of Fino Card CuccrMnrlo Knuinf City finning .Milt. MANUFACTURER OF SASH, DOORS, MOLDINGS. Turnlnc nnd I'lntihiff. Scroll mid Hand fa'atvlnir. .Stnlr llililillnp, ll.ink Counters, Olllce natures nnd Hardwood finishing. KstlmtitcB promptly furnished. Oakland Ave., cor. 4th St., Kansas City, fCas. County CommUloner Are Tired of fay Iiir Dniynno im Confltcftlril Paloon l'roperty-A llltrh In Si...

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. — 14 April 1895

nry7u t" BV iV Yt ! I I I IN HUMANITY'S INTEREST, rrroitM to rnr.vr.jjT ii.nii.nors UXKCUTIOMS IN 1MHAN TEIUUTOIIY. The Itf telling Case. of "UUn f.rnlt nn lit- ample to Slim? the Inlmtnniiltt True tlcjd t'nder t tip (InUo nf !: renting (lia Ijiit. Washington, April 13 (Special) The president nnd secretary of the thlcrlor have been Informed Hint they ntll be called up on again to take part In the troublps In the Choctaw nation. Iat jear they spent some time Irving to save the life of a polltUal prisoner and criminal and dolavcd exec ttlon for pome months, but nt Inst on November 5 the execution was carried out In a barbarous fashion. This execution Is jefcrred to by thoso seeking to prevent further execution, as sustaining the tialm Hint executions as carried out by the authorities of that nation aro such an should bo pr vented In a clvlllied country, and while tho claim 1 made that the I'nltcd State hai no right to Interfere In Choctaw matter, the president even hold ing to thl Mew...

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. — 14 April 1895

0 TWIUQHTJ-By G. R. Barst, Jr. I-mammmt I " '!' mil ' Detective Pindorson, Union depot "The ftbfetit-mlnded man Is seen In hit glory at the Union depot. I have seen travelers is throudi Hint would forget their heads and limbs If this' were detachible. All forgotten Rrtlclos are very carefully looked after, however, to that passengers lose very little. I noticed a very funny lnrldPht a few d.ijs ago. A man who had asked the pKseiigcr director a half dozen times about his train entered Into comer ntlon, Just btfote the time ror hi train to liull out, ltl some iceiualntaiice. He stood with his back to the train, talking com placcntly, and the train pulled anas be for" he noticed It. lou ought to hive Keen his tool; of disgust when lie turned about to board the tar that he supposed was standing there. The funniest thine about It was thnl 1 had stepped up to him to tell him his tr.iln was moving out nnd before I could utter a couple of words lie asked me It I dldn"t know better thnn to i...

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. — 14 April 1895

TTTE KANSAS CITY .TOmXAL. SUNDAY, AHUM I, lSOS. 10 KANSAS G1TY, KAS, Continued rrnm I'iigo R horse from nnotlur colored man named Johnson, niul met with nn encounter which lie will remember for many n ilny, John Johnson son of the man who hud his horse Ptolin, tint Iliown ycslerdn) henr Centrni menue bridge nnd kme him n seiere heat ing Ho clviii k llrunn over the head with n r ul, hull tins two dfep gashes on tho to of the bend Johnson una yuceMfiil In raking 111 cenfe. llronn, niter hai Ins Ids wounds ilrcs'ed, was taken to his homo en Wood street. Cltl'ltLlt MIIIH ICM. At Central Christian church the llei 11. t) Dcnhnm will preach both morning anil cicnirtr Morning subject, "Stones" V. n tic flume, "The Worth of n Soul nml the Cot of Its Redemption " Our Ion' l'lti e chun h 1'rearhtng ntJ leapt zTik' at II a. m by pastor, Kcv Ku gene- l St. John. 11.1 flier eerile.es at T.I3 Ii m , Stewart Avenue Church of Mutual nights l'r i h ng m I baptwng nt U n. in by prt'ic-r. l'r V It 81 J...

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. — 14 April 1895

11 TILH KANSS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, APRIL 14. 1895. EVERY TIT 11 L T an SPuftiF 1 reflisH IT XT A BY if s $ I5 I ! N ! i is 1-1 JLiiJLsJL iVt r ft JLJLs H A r&JL JL SPEKPV CUHR TUKATMET TVarm llatlu, nltb CimCUIU SOAI', jre-ntle application or CU TU'UIU niutmrnt), ntul mlU iloej of CUnCUItV ltK;aOLV:T,lhlool puriUer; speedily cure torturing", dbflpurlns,-, Itclilnj scaly and scrofulous humors when (be best ulijsiclain and all other reniedlei Call. JOW IS THE TIME TO USB TUEM. Potter Drug & Chemical Gorp S4iPrufittir8.Bostu.U.S.A. 1HE CATTLE INDUSTRY. 1)11. SALMON I'lU.SK.NTS SOW. t.NTKIl KSTlNtl .iTAHHTlfiOMTlIK MtlMKCT. I Icnrra Shnulnir t tie (Iron th "t the IttitlnfM I'riiin the I Irtt futile Onini In IN.IO Down In tlie 1 tlmnl fur I HO l. W.-uhlniiton, April 13 Dr. Salmon, chief of the bureau Of animal Industry, Is fro parlns Instruction to agent In accord an' e with Secretary Morton's directions to InvrslltiHtc the cause of the hlnh price of heel prodUets, nnd the Influ...

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. — 14 April 1895

TTTF, TTAVSAS CITY JOTTRNAIi SUNDAY APT1TL 1 f ; tROtf. VI r A VERY UNEXPECTED ENEMY A An.Mv itmrrtit) nv swahms Hdiiri.Mi ni:r..M. OF A Knnny F.pliinile In Hie MltUt of n tleer. ate llllllf by fill curl .1. S. Mnibj. (lift "L'onfed- rrnlr Ouerrllln." War has tin lights and shadows, Ita scrl ous and tts comic sides, tn no oilier slttin. Hon In lite nre there such sudden transition-! from gravis ti gay. and such con trasts of fortune that Illustrate how near toirclhrr are Joy ami forrow. ihf sublime nml the rldlciilou. Tlio ilnlly life of a soldier In active wnr l a poem the blend ed spirit of II l'enserosn ami I Allcgrd In which the tragic renturcs of events are seen at the lime the) occur, while the comic dementi) only nppcur In the retro (pect. The reaction that follow the men tal anil physical strain that soldiers feel In the hour of dongcr generally Induces a disposition lo Inugh and be merrj'. to en joy the ptcscnt nnd, like Alexander at llnbvlon, "Take the (tood the gods provi...

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. — 14 April 1895

13 THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDAY, AP1UL1I, 1895. T '.I V i -i HA " K'A ' W . X' 1 "i'v j-t -j-o-'w yj'is -r AHA Y - !v., mc.rf ' -au.-.. ..j-w iiv-;? i , ; -i.2SS W -L 1 cat nt my ", ami my mind vi nt rest, The liollei-t feeling. rre llllliift my breast, Tor I knew 1 was finely anil nljllshly dtefistxl And via catinl) convince! t a tooklne my beat; Hut Die mtnlcnl drones, In monotonout tones, F nt a fpellnt of droivulfiess. all throURh my bones, Anl vision; unusual my "ensM l-i.pr"d. Til" air nil about tne wai surely iiosseesed Willi curlou" things Which soared upon vvlnr. Or wnetl llirough th nlr eiiJiended by string. I thought tney vvera uuttcrfllM. falrl-i or bits, Hut on cloer Inspection they proed to be hntH Of eury drscrlptlon, from tteplei to flMn; And though moving fur jc.un In the best of toeMet I never have een such enormous variety of cottnue and iok. Of turlnn nd toque. Trimmed with feathers of ostrich, and fnthers of coiue Then were bonnets of elvet and bonnets of lac...

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. — 14 April 1895

jAPM a ' Wv., EDUCATED GIRLS OF TO-DAY ONE OF Till-. TYPE IS I'OltTKAYED IN VARIOUS AVOCATIONS OF LU'K. Tbo Well Developed Mind (lives A(Wumnn u Keen Scnsu of tho Duties Jiictlin- "cut Upon llcr nuil Sho Makes a Labor of Lore Out or Life. By the nineteenth century clrl la not meant the foolish, lllppant girl who cares only for dress ami tho Ilattery of others, nor the too ultra Rlrl who Ions' to be like ft man. Hut It means the honest, healthy minded, strong-bodied girl with brains who cares for the earnest side of Ufa and who lias a purpose to fulfill. In the llrst place she Is most probably a college girl. At ony rato this article will deal with her as such. No matter In what rlnge of her college life she Is. She may be et preparing. She may be a student In college, or perhaps a graduate. At any rale she Is the girl who has realized that a col lege education she must have before any thing else. She may be defeated by clr cumstvnees or lack of means from carfylng nut this education...

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