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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 13 February 1891

THE SII1SLET GRAPHIC. FKIDAT. FE3niTARr 13. HL TIME TABLE. TTHlr?ON TiiPESA at SANTA FEB.H. Bcbedula in effect. January 27tb. 1891. TS1US nOINC EAST. N. ? AtHnil Express. Tep... 10:45 am 4 New York Bxpruaa, Ik-p.. S:Sa m i.Ii.iiko Eiprww. ....loepuru. 7::0 A m 8 ?..-. lUrfrEjtpnsl S:f7 t M 46 Local Frciif til Arv : to A M trains noisn WST. 1 " jn l-'ruT-'' O F. Tim'. . A rr.'n : V p M '' ' ".' I'-otV ?;tn l-i-r' F IK-p.- 11 :" P M 5 ; i-uver ; I tan Arr ;:i-S px - r ' np.. :". p M V '-'''"'I'ltt ..3.'Tr-i.lArriV--a.... l:::.i P M - ." I.M-al 1'rivlit II:.lp M Nus. '.. 4. :!! Htj-J I...' nrc via. C. K. W. Vn-nt'cr 4."i (Iilaily except Sai.dy. All ti.:rtr in ditily. ;. ic. & w. . u. T!!AI A'rr.lV!Xr. FI'.OM THE EAST. oil AcfOinii.dtioii 1:20 P. v TRAINS UOINf. EAST. Kn. 31? Aiimtniul 't'"n 2:00 P. M llaily exceit fiun.hty. C. K. SITI.GIV. Aoent. Do yon know tbat our line or tfas are 2 to 50 per cent, cheaper than at any ether house ia town. At the Palace. - M. D. Firman, a promine...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 13 February 1891

NATIONAL CALL. -fffce National CltUrni' Alliance Calls For a Caolereiin at Cincinnati With Ucferene to the Next Presidential iClect Ion. loi'KKA, tvan., teo. o. vv. e. tiigni 3nirc, secretary of the National Citizens .Alliance, has issued the following call for a National conference of reformers: Wukbkas, Many efforts are being made to educate tbe people to break tlio chains of "Corporate monopoly enforced by twenty Are years of class legislation ; and believing XXi t a general conference should be held to arrange a union of all reformers who can federate upon a platform demanding relict -on the issues of currency, land and tmnspor Cation, to arrunge a systematic plan for the -education of tbe industrial classes on these ..xeform issues and to make such arrange 'menu tor the political conflict of la'Ji as sue a t conference may deem best; therefore. We, as friends of such a conference, hereby mite and call a general conference of re formers to meet in Cincinnati, O.. on May 19, lfl,...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 13 February 1891

:Lz r; - v r '-r t f 1 m -1 II: I v! ill 1 ; i 1 KANSAS STATE NEWS. Additional Commlttm Following1 are the standing' commit tcs of the House not already published: Ways and Means Kodgers of Washlnsrton. Neelf-y, II. ce of. Boarbon, Bron of Wilson, Shull, Khowalier, liitterson, TuckT. New man. York, Lovett. Ilollenbach, trecmu, Cobun, Henry. Federal Relations (corrected) Cobno, Bmlib of Neosho, DaTidsoa, bteel. Tucker, Doolittle, Atherton. Citlt-8 of First Class Jfeeley. Seaton, Hies of Bonrbon, Newman, Webb, Mltner. Raliroal Campbell, Kenton, Neeley. Sea ton, Donovan, Howard, Warren. Bern. Brown of Harvey, Pratt. P-arson of Alien, liardie, Wuiitiiigton, Kuble, McConkey, Alexander. Municipal Corporations Newman, An drews, Clorer, Urate, Rogers of Marion, Reader, King. State Affairs Matchett. Barnett. Davidson, Eryden, liurgard. Day, Reeder. Fees and Salaries IUckson, McKlnnle. Beminxton, Frwrnan, Vandeventfr, Good vin, Reckards. smith of Neosho, Morrison. Mines and Mining Dolan, H ar...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 13 February 1891

I. 1 'i TO TUB BITTER ENTD. Father Does tha.t young Simpkins fellow call on you every nlgtt in a dress suit? Daughter Yes, father. Father Whit do you think his in tentions are? Daughter It looks to me aa if he intended to wear that dress suit out. Clothier and Furnisher. AN AfTICIPATKI JOY. Iittle I Joy Mamrna, can I go out and jump in the snow to-morrow? ITis Mother I suppose so. But what do you want to wait till to-morrow for? .Little I3oy Because pa said he was going to get mo a new suit this1 after noon. N. 1". Sun. NOT IN IT. Cieverton You don't mean to say you are going to call on a young lady without wearing evening dress? Dashav.ay What difference does it make? She is only the president of a Shakespeare club. Clothier and Fur nisher. INTERESTED IX EVEItYlIlINO. liriggs I saw Kobinson reading The Congressional liecord yesterday. Griggs That's nothing. He even leads the base ball matters in the papers. Week's Sport. CKKTAINLY. Wool. How do you go to work to tVll the age of a h...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 20 February 1891

J ? i Oraphio RitUlishel opt. 1977. I 1K- iluiuer lisiMbiisbed Jul. 16.7. f Consolidated 1SS.. KINSLEY, KANSAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1S91. VOL. 14 NO, 17 I j BUSINESS CARDS J J C. BINGHAM Notary Public, Collection House Land. Uiui-Hr:vi Aa-t. Ai inus to I.rt::n ei'ittesti. IeiiU:n utHitci.s, ud th puym;iu of 'ait for ion-rt m.li-ultt, ul tuakea bouiopteal, ;rM;iupiiiin uikI limiifi oulture ctitri'M ai.ii lliuil proofs. ijfTicu imSutu Kircetuffxt lor to At.im howiie. Y II. KKRNUII, T f i P 7" "7 V A T L J. X O J.u Xi Jit 1 ia. JL Jji. W Will nrn"tl'p In nil tlio oo?irH ii; K'ivrr3e? 'n'l a.ljoi'iliin eoiinlies. Alto 1,i l.mkl. : xUon fii'I li-eiiim hu-shicss, 0:li?e over Ta t urn fc Co ilriiK- etore. G M. SKA CAT, PSYSIJIAIT &SURGEG1T, I : I X S L 1: Y , KANSAS. OHlce on etoor oust ot Pot oniee. ItL-pidotiee on Kar Kijht Street. Vy at Lcito, KINSLEY. KANSAS. Seccnd' Hand r.tore. All kiii'1 f liMnd ito n) k bought uitd old. Sewinr tii lie hi iki repairi d. H.t.K CILLI XCSTOX. I'as...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 20 February 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC CRICCS & CREVI8TON, Publtrrs. KINSLEY, - - - - - KANSAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS. The Senate on the nth . adopted several revolutions calling on beads of departments for information, and after passing one or two local bills resumed consideration of the naval appropriation bill, which was finally passed. The copyright bill was then taken up, bnt laid aside informally. The Joint resolution continuing the laws of Nebraska over Oklahoma until July, 1091. passed, also a number of local bills and the Senate ad journed. .. .The House passed the Senate bill to establish a record and pension otlice in tn War Dcyartment and then went into Committee of the Whole on the legislative appropriation bill. Adjourned. Aptkr routine business the Senate on the 12th resumed consideration of the copyright bill, but as Senator Sherman was absi.'nt, and his amendment Vas pending, the bill was temporarily laid aside and the llstrict of Columbia bill was...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 20 February 1891

FAITH WITHOUT WORKS. Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage Discourses to Business Men. Jod Worki as cfary ai Faith Too 3Iu-h l algi ncM In Kvery Vocation Re form Needed in Society The -Saviour the llet;ulle. In a late sermon at Brooklyn Rev. T. PeWitt Talmage took his text from Jami's ii. 20: '-Faith without works is lead." Following is the sermon: The Uoman Catholic Church has been charged with putting too much stress "upon good works and not enough upon faith. I charg-e Protestantism with putting not enough stress upon good works as connected with salvation. Good works will never save a man, but if a man have not good works he has no real faith and no genuine religion. There are those who depend upon the fact that they are all right inside, while their conduct is wrong outside. Their religion, for the most part, is made up of talk vigorous talk, fluent talk, boast ful talk, perpetual talk. T hey will en tertain you by the hour in telling ypu low good they are. They come up to such a higher life ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 20 February 1891

-II THE CIiiSLY GRlPHI. TKM M A: $ l JQ per yafcr Int.dvanca Lttlee Ma rob Ave., south Edward Cc. Ban "ntreii 'at th"?' po6t o :lioo at Kinsiey as r al-clius mail matter. UL..M1V H. OI!lfln, Kl. W. CUKVISTCX. GE.1QQ5 & CKSVISi'OST, i.Litom u 11 U Props rrtIIAT, FR'.'RL'ARY-, 1891. . A Pix-seat To Oar Subscribers! : It is wifh-pleasure that we announce 'T (nir many ..atroiis .that we have made arrangements with, that wirie- . :i ahc, illustarted farm magazine. ISie A merican l'ai mer, published at l-"ort Wawie, lnaiai:a, and rend by neatly . 2- o.lX.O farmers by which that great pel. Mention will bo mailed direet, I'llEK. to the addresc ot any of our subscribers who will coipe In and pay i. all arrtara:jf-s on subscription and one j ear in advance from date, and to my no v subscriber who will pay ore-; far in advance. This is a grand op portunity to obtain a first-class farm journal free. 'I'll American Farmer is a large lil-pag.i j iiirnal, of national circulation, which rallies...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 20 February 1891

THE KinSLET GRAPHIC. PKIBAT, FBBItT7ABx"20. 189L TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPEKA & SANTA FB 11. VL Schedule in effect, Jaufeury 27tb. 1831. T.'tAISiS GniXfl EAST. Ha. At !c Exprc. T-x 10:45 am " 1 Xrw k'crk Eipi eaa, L'ep. . A M . H Mo. Hivfr KA'ttrMt 5:17 r M Hi l-ocul l-'i eif M Art' -3:45 A 41 TXA1NS flOINft WEST. ' : Myf.i .,; Diftro Vmi Itc-;.. 1 1 p M T -. ei .X L lati E.v An H:'6PM U " K:1" p M k 7 -!' -'l' W.vK'xpsArrivi's... J2:- P M .. Will Frvialit ll::V.y m .Nns. i. . Sll nti-i ;hj nro via. C. K. & Vv. Viif. ici 4r, mi'! 4ilil.iily except tsuudny. All All' are invited to attend these meet inga. Strangers cordially welcomed. Topic for next Sabbath, "Are We Good Stewards?" 1 Pet. 4:7-11. Miss Olof Krarer, the Eauitnaux lady, appears in her native costume before every audience. You should not fall to attend her lecture :at the Congregational on Thursday evening, the 26th. ui'i 4i!il.iily except tsuudny. f.y. K. it w, it. R TAIAlllllVI.Vfi rilllJI 1 UK EAST. Tl Hii Accin...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 20 February 1891

SHER3IAN IS DEAD. Commander Fights His Last Battlo. NtL iiallaat Straggle For Life and a Peaceful Had The Great Soldier's Last Hours Sketch or Ills Life and Deeds. Kew Yobk, Feb. 15. At 1:40 o'clock .yesterday General Sherman's condi tion was such as to preclude hope of re covery. The swelling1 of the face and aeck had subsided and erysipelas was Aoder control. The danger was of an other kind the development of lun trouble complicated with a return of tins long- standing asthma. At 5:45 o'clock all the members of the family were summoned to the General's iaedside, as the end was thought to be oar. At 7:10 o'clock it was said that -he General would live not later than 9 gy -o'clock. At 8:25 the sick man was con seioH.s and without pain, but hia AbtJiinatic breathing1 was short and hia etrcEig-th failing. At 1:50 o'clock General Sherman Jbreathed his last. ineral Sherman contracted a severe -csold Wednesday night when he visited ihe Casino with several army officers. lErysipelas follo...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 20 February 1891

SHOOTING WOLVES. A.- Bound Frightened Into TTaeleMntja Catching; a Deer In a Bear Trap. On a bitter cold night in January, 1840, said an ag'ed Lehigh woodman re cently, I heard one of my hounds bellowing- around the outside of the house as though something was chasing it. I then lived in the old road that ran through the woods from Tobyhanna Mills to Moscow, right where the Drinker Turnpike now is, and there were a good many wolves in this region then. It was a moonlight night, and I jumped from the bed and looked out of the window to see what the hound was yelping for. Two wolves were chasing it round and round the house as tight as they eould leg it, but the hound was swifter on foot than they were, and it managed to keep a few feet ahead of them at each turn. The wolves didn't bark once, but their tongues hung out, and they acted as if they had run a long distance. I had two loaded muskets in the house, and I placed one of them in the corner by the door, cocked the other and open...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 20 February 1891

"Say, Pop, wUafedo they call It Irish whiskey for?"' askrd th, policeman's son and heir- 'Because" said Mr. Copper, "there's so much disturbance in a little of it." 'Washington Star. "Your poem ia good, but I do not like th repetition of ideas." "I urn not aware, sir, that I have rspeated my self." "No but you have repeated, Shakes peare and Thackery. and several others all the way throughl" Epoch. She "Did you ever see a richer blue than the color of those sapphires which Signora Tranrpiilletti bought., and f.jr which she paid o.O francs?" lie "Yes, the color of her hus band's face when he told me all about it." JLa -Loiubar.ic.. 'Oh, Mabel, tell me the truth, now; it you,v.is in my place would you ac cept him?" "Certainly. 'Why, if I had b.eu in your place I would have accepted liim myself, the other niffht, when he pro posed to me." Life. The Ideal Ktpnrter, To be a good reporter these qualifica tions are necessary: Health, the news iustinct, a sense of humor, the ability to writ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 27 February 1891

tlraphic Kt?'iiw-i Se;r. 1 7 Ktoiner K-.taijiiohc- 1 Jmi. Isst. KINSLEY, KANSAS,' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, IS01. . ConsolijKtetl 138T VOL. 14 NO, IS Ii it r y BUSINESS CARDS C- -BINGHAM Notary Public, ITinsloy, Ilansr-s. .o:irTioij Hnn-iH LftnJ. I iurtuipi' Art. Ai- I 11 (1 to w int;st irVll&HHl m.itlf t-, MM! In iJHytftv.ii of ruct-a fir ii:n-rtfSiOiii!fi. . i cull uro tniiio-t ui.d lituil vrl,i"'- HIico on .ixtti itJH'fa next ooor to A::h. house. Ytf II. KKHNCIJ, ATTGiUTET AT LAW WW jri-ttce In it It th oMir In Pi vp.M imI t ljoiiiin r CHititii-r-. Also ito f,un1 I-n 'Ion tuvl t 'ol lot i'n tit: sinews. (rti'f ovlt 'la tum & Co tli-iijz- store. 1 1 i I ) s -V M. SKACAT PHYSI-, H&SUEGECN. MXSL1. KANSAS. DUico on door cunt of Port 1 lrie?. ilesMonre on Kiist I-.iUt 2Stnt. YV T IT. It(.)IiIJ, ? a; Lata. KINSLEY. KANSAS. A. SNOW, Second Hand Store. A M kJii'1 of HOfonrl tiHnd iroo.1 bou&rlit u:il sold, aewintr uificiiiiics repuirt-U. H. i.KIL.IjI N'CiTON, FasIiio;i:il;le M...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 27 February 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC CKICCS & CREVISTON, Publishers. KINSLEY, KAKSAS THE -WOELD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Daily Naw& CONGRESS. AFTKa 3iBpoiiiK of routine business the Senate on the lHth passed about a dozen pen- ion bills and trie copyright bill was taken up. the pending question being BJr, Sher man's amendment to admit copyrighted books printed in foreftrn countries on pay ment of tariff duties. It was a n reed to by 38 to 24. The bill was further amended and finally passed by a vote of Mi to 14, and a con ference asked. Pending consideration of the Indian depredation bill a quorum disap peared and the Senate adjourned When the House met Mr. Pay son (III.) was chosen Speaker pro tem. A conference was ordered on the District of Columbia and the academy appropriation bills, and the House passed the Indian appropriation bill and In Com mlttee of the Whole considered the post ofllce appropriation bill, the debate, bow ever, drifted into matters foreign to the bill under considera...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 27 February 1891

URSE OF GAMBLING. Dr. Talmage Begins a. Series of Ser mons on Great Evils. -(ambling in Every Form Denounced Curse to the I'eople The Keaul fiure to B Moral. Mental uil Ir ii)n-ll Iinln. Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage recently commenced a. series of sermons at Rrooklyn and New York City on "The Ten Plagues of these Three Cities." His text was taken from Exodus, ix. IS, 14: "Ret my people go that they may serve me; for I will at this time send all my plagues." He said: Last winter in the museum at Cairo, Egypt, I saw the mummy or embalmed body of Pharaoh, the oppressor of the ancient Israelites. Visible are the very teeth that he gnashed against the Israelitish brickmakers, the sockets of the merciless eyes with which he looked (upon the overburdened people of God, the hair that floated in the breeze off the Red sea, the very lips with which he commanded them to make brick without straw. It was to compel this tyrant to let the oppressed go free that the memorable ten plag-ues were sent. Sail...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 27 February 1891

ira'KMSLY GRAPH!. TEItiiS: per yari! advance Dfl'ie &rsb Ave., south Edward Co. Han Enteral at, th- post olllce at Kinsley ns eoeil-cinss rna.l mutter. mstir ii. oijic-.s. fi. . rtitvisTOM. & CR3VIii03, Ktiitcira wi l'rop. k-rijay. kthiiiita::y in, issi. A Present To Our Subscribers! It is with pleasure thwt wo announce "1o ;iir many patrons that wo have made arrangement tnat wide awake, illusf arted farm mivErazme. the A meriean Fiimier, published it I'nrt Wayne. Indiana, and read by nearly I'urDitrs by which that gr-at publication will be mailed direct, FliKK. 10 the address ot any of our ; kiiI'S!ti1 rs who will come In and pay up all arrearages ou subscription miu! one year in advance from date, and to . 'iny iiiv sitlisciil)i.T wlin will pay one year in advance. Thin is a trrand op portunity to obtain n lirst-clasn lann jqiirii;.! ."ree. Th? American Varmer is a l.irH lT-pa" journal, of national - circulation, which ranks unions the e-diusr agricultural papers. It treat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 27 February 1891

it 4 THE KINSLEY . GnXPHiC. fmidav. FEraruTAiiVs. iwu TiMIf TABLE. ATCHISON TuPP.KA & SANTA FK K. It. Wj'i'-Sute in eTeet. January 27th. 1891 . I'll AINS OOINO LAST. tK. 3 Atlrtf o r.vrres. Tr K:4" a m crk L.Airt.-si8. Lx-.. ::-. A M " Mo. lfnr Hriiro .... r:-T p m : Local 1-ix.iiriit Aff 8:15a M 71lAI'd (iOINO WS8T. V 1 -!,; t.-,-ou-iwo rtnW". , Arr.-f:-'- P M 'I V:--.i,- . : si i 'liiri. Kx lvp.. P M " S KniM-rS L tft'h Air :i5pm . . " Ti ' 1-. "!rt I " V rirt li !".vT"-sft.Vrriv--.. . rlv M ' 1.1x1:1 l rwM'it it:fue m "?'i-!.S, i.U.I nivl :.i nr via. C K. X; V. ""m m H.-i--; i;...i jr. Jnily tscrpt Sunday. All 3 rNr rr 'in ia:'y. Trade nns unusually lively . jn auauutij nrr.K Anu wnen II. Shamans liroMgnl in ma stake from tie market for the uitual supper, his eyes widened and his face grew a tiitle whiter as he looked upon tlie inauly forms of Joim Marsh, Dr. Gamble, W. II. Bobb, W. J. Peck. G. II. Whulle, Kinsley last Saturday. This is not saying that trade is not good every...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 27 February 1891

SHERMAN AT REST. Tiio Remains of the Old Command er Interred at St. Louis. -SVnnAM Paid to HI. Memory A ! I AIodz tli Rautc From New York Funeral Ser vices at St. Louis Tlitj 1 Inul Resting; Place. The special train bearing the remains of Gcjieral Sherman left New York for Sfc. Louis on the 19th, after a brief fu neral ceremony at his late residence in tXa.t city. flag's were at half mast, business houses closed and every testi- f the deceased by the people of New York. Crowds gathered at all the stop- tiiTKf nlniPN w lunir tli. -"" i t j In Si t T . 1 1 i a suid IS A. K. veterans and other citizens suiberu bled to pay their last tribute of re spect to tlie dead soldier. At every town and city through which the train pai!ied bell were tolled and the 6ring if t::tri non announced the na.ss;i?Te of tha - u - mournful procession. AT ST. I.OIMS. Kt. L.oms. Feb. 22. The last taps ive been sounded, the busies have trumpeted forth a final farewell and William Tecurnseh Sherman sleeps with ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 27 February 1891

I -t - KAXSAS STATE NEWS. F. W. Marpby, lately employed bookkeeper by Li. H. Wood fc Co., real estate and insurance agents of Kaosat City, Kan., was recently brought back from Milwaukee to answer tbe charge of embezzling' from the firm. Captain Jacob B. Chase, who was a member of the party of four that select ed the site for the city of Topeka in November, 1654, died the other day at his home in New bury port, Mass. The other three died several years ago. Hubert Taylor, a young- man charged with embezzlement of a few hundred dollars as station agent of the Missouri Pacific road at Connor, and who fled to Canada, was recently arrested in Mont real and returned by a Pinkerton de tective. The Missouri Pacific repair shops and round house in the Cypress yards at Kansas City, Kan., together with eighteen large locomotives, were de stroyed by fire the other night. The loss aggregated 5175,000, principally on " the engines. Only one freight engine was saved. The John D. Knox fc Co. investm...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 27 February 1891

TEMPERANCE COLUMN. KLTiSl.EV W. C. T. U. " Is Likely to Happen to the Man Who Wont Read our Advertisement ami Investigate our Cl-Ums HE WILL BE THROWN '. , On the Tough Ztrraiw of soii llish Profit. Sibw Seliinir Mercliant. and m:y Learn Suddenly and S.vlly fiat ttia I)-v!t lri the FiiKhfst It I' and the l"e.t All Round Treatment lire Found at the Store where th L..irg-"r,t Amount of Goois urn H Dailv. Metinp3 wiii be. fceld on Tbiil'.ijr nfter- M'iimi oieaeb weeKat the i-pilMU3e or 3'ra. Miiner, bejfinninR pcoenpily tit 11 o'clock.. l-'irt Tufsiluy , I!ille Ketfifag -fnd 'J'uerlay . .' liu sinews .Nk'H mj 'J'liir.J Tue.silay Mother' Meiiuu Vourth Ttie.idy... Kuxiijai ve. Heading V'l ' Tuesday ..Lit-.-i rtO FIGS AND THISTLKS. All tc.'it is needed to make a nisin Ijate himself js for him to get a good bqiiaie look at himself. One of the commonest of mistakes is to look at people through the wrong eml of tho telescope. Courage will never b rightly niuler 9tood untl we can look into th...

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