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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 6 March 1891

A 7" Oranbic Established Sept, 177. I rn.,. 1RS Uanuer Batakdished J an, lsti:. f Consolidated 18S.. KINSLEY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1891. VOL. M NO, 19 t-3 i..:3 j - BUSINESS CARDS J-f C. BINGHAM Notary IPublie, Kinsley, K&nszs. Collection Honse Land. Insurance Apt. Ai tendi lo Land I'nnifHii. I'oiiBiou matter, uu'i tta payment of 'axes for uon-residculK. and Mason homestead, :re-omption and timber culture entries ai.d final proutn. Olflce on hixtn street next cioor to Alamo bouse. ATTD'EITEY AT LA W Will practice In kU the courts In K1wnrd nd adjoining" count ies. Alflo do r,Mii1. Peri a1oii utitf CoWocijm budinedd. O I lice over Tft tum k Co drutf store. M. SEACAT, FHFSI, V2T &SURGEC1T, KINSLEY, KANSAS. OrMeeondoor cast of Post Oflioe. Residence oa Kust L.iirht Street. w. II. K()H, KINSLJfiY. KANSAS. IdXTCH ADCl When you think of It, friend, the worries. The troubles that wear you out, Are feCtcn the veriest trifles. That ciimnou sense would flout: They write the forehe...

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. — 6 March 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC CRICCS & CREVISTON. Publisher. KINSLEY, ....... KANSAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of ttie 15 ally Kewa CONORESS. The sadden death of Senator Wilson, of Maryland, suspended all business in the sen ate on the 2Stu. Mr. Gorman announced the death of his colleague in a few timely re marks and Mr. Bpooser paid a tribute to the dead senator. Kesolutions were adopted, a committee appointed to attend the funeral and the senate adjourned In the house a resolution was reported from the committee on rules for the disposal of the shipping subsidy bill, when Messrs. Blount (Uu.) and McMillan (Tenn.) entered a vigorous protest against such a manner of rushing bill through, but said the minority was power less. After a lively talk the resolution was adopted and the house went into committer of the whole on the immigration bill. Dur ing the debate that followed a lively tilt took place between Mr. Funston and Mr. Butter worth. Pending consideration of the bill the death of ...

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. — 6 March 1891

THE SECOND PLAGUE. Xr. Talmage on the Evil of Strong Drink. Llqnon Severely Denounced An Appeal to Christian People to Take Sides Against the Monster The (ireat Foe of the Working Classes. In continuation of his sermons on "The Ten Plagues of Thse Three Cities" Uev. T. lie Witt Talmage, in a late sermon at Urooklyn, classed in--teinperanee as the second plague. His "test was from Oenesis ix., iiO, 21: "Noah planted a vineyard: and he drank of the wine and was drunken." The preacher said: This Xoah did the best and worst -thing' for the world. He liuilt an ark against the deluge of water, but intro duced a deluge against which the human race has ever since been trying to build an ark the deluge of drunkenness. In my text we hear his staggering steps. Shem and .Japeth tried to cover up the disgrace, but there he is, drunk on wine at a time in the history of the world when, to say the least, there was no lack of water. Inebriation, having1 entered the world, has not retreated. Abigail,...

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. — 6 March 1891

ii . ,s. ... I f !: -: l THE ETNSLEY GRAPHIC. TEItliS: $1.50 per year in aJranca , Office Marsh Ave., south Edwards Co. Ban Entered at thr post office at Kinsley eeoead-clavs mail matter. BY HEJIET GHKKW. tSPJUDAT. MAHCH 6,191. A Present To Our Subscribers! It ia with 'pleasure thut we announce to 'our many patrons that we have made arrangements with that wide- awake, illustarted farm magazine, the . American Farmer, published at Fort Waine, Indiana, and read by nearly .'200,000 farmers by which Miat great publication will be 'mailed direct, FKEK. to the adilress ot any of our subscribers who will come In and pay . up all arrearages on subscription and 'one year in ad ranee, from date, and to '-tnr new subscriber w ho will pay one year in advance. This is a grand op portunity to obtain a first clasH farm journal free. Ths American Farmer is a l.irge lG-page journal, of national firewbttion. which ranks among the eadinjr agricultural papers. It treats thn fjuestions of economy in ag-...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 6 March 1891

THE ElilSLET GRAPHIC. FHIDAT. MARCH 6.1891. TIMETABLE. ATCHISON TOPEKA SANTA FEB.H. Schedule In effect, January 27th. 1891. TRAILS GOING EAST. W. S Atianrin Eipresf. Do 10:45 A M " 4 Now Vork. Kxpr?ss, Dep.. S:a m Mo. 5?iv!r Exres 5:117 P M 4 L4utl Freitfiil Art 8:loA M TRAINS noiSO WIST. "No. I Sn T"rnoi?o Express. . . Arr.s9:5.i P M ' a v-1fO & t-i DU-iro E Dep.. 11 :l P M 3 in nver & L'tnb Ejf Arr d:IBpsi " n Dep.. :ir P M v 'iil'irtfio KxrirresArri vts . 12:25 p M ' 4- I-'r. ijj d L ... H:59p M No. 3, 4, 311 nl : are via. C. K. & W. Niimher45 Hud 4iiduiiy except Sunday. All Jtncr tr-ins tlarly, .'. K. & W, R. It. XltAINO AHl.-IVINO FKOM THE EAST. N ;a A:)mino:itm 1:20 . M Til A INS (iOlNTi tAT. No. -M2 Arv- im iti. 1 1( n 2 :0C 1. M Dully oxcept Sunday. C. F. SPURGIN. Afitesrr. weeks, departed Wednesday mornieg ueorge x. iuuaii man a for Texarcana, Texas, to -join her hus- public sale of personal property, in cluding horses, mules, cattle, farming implements 'etc...

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. — 6 March 1891

LAND PERMITS. Satchels Full of Soldiers Declara tory Statements. 10 FILE OX LAXD FOR SETTLEMENT. wiojtn xnuuceu J aiusii Jioney -on ideration to Enter a Ncbeme to Defraud Honest Settlers of Their Titles Pro ceedings to lie Instituted. Washixgtox, March' 4. The secre tary of the interior has received in Guthrie, Ok., and Arkansas City, Kan., have "satchels full" of sol - diers' declaratory statements awaiting1 . an opportunity to fiie them on land to ' lie opened to settlement in that terri- lory. . It is stated that these parties hajfl visited soldiers homes in different parts of the country and have obtained from large numbers of old soldiers powers of attorney to locate for them (the soldiers) lands in Oklahoma under sections 2304-05-09 of the revised statutes. These sections permit any honorably discharged soldier or sailor nn n .. 1. 1 : i . . i .. nnun settlement by filing- his declaratory statement of his purpose so to do, the time he nerved in the army or navy to be deducted ...

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. — 6 March 1891

KANSAS STATE NEWS. Philips and Foster Kerrrxtd. In the United States circuit court at Topeka the other day Judge Caldwell reversed the decision of Judges Philips and Foster, in which the state was en joined from criminally prosecuting- -violators of the prohibitory law. The case Wis from Riley county, in which one Hemsley was belling- liquors in original packages as the agent of a Kansas City, Mo., wholesale flrm,and when prosecuted took the case before the United States district court, and Judg-es Philips and Foster granted a temporary injunction restraining- the state officers from prosecuting the defendants. Judge Caldwell, after a lengthy review of the case, reversed the decisions of the United States district court and dis solved the injunction. Several other cases of a like character affected by the decision were dismissed. Miscellaneous. Hon. Jacob Stotler has been ap pointed postmaster at Welling-ton. The president has appointed W. W. Apperson, of Kansas, consul at Vera Cruz...

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. — 6 March 1891

Two Papers (ty'WMk for a Dollars a Year. The "Twic-a-week" edition of the St. Louis Hcpiiblic is at once the best and the cheapest news journal in the world. It ia a. big Beven-columivpuper, containing six to eight pages eaqh, is sue, or 12 to 16 every week, and, is mailed every Tuesday and Friday. Its readers get the news of. the day al most as promptly and fully as the readers of a daily and" half a week ahead of any weekly in every stat in tiie union. Yet the price is only one dolUxr a year. Special Missouri, Illi nois and Texas editions are printed, and a general edition for the other states contains nothing but details of important events of interest every where. Tiie Republic is the leading democratic paparof the, country, ag gressive, but at the same, time liberal, and the only thoroughly-national jour nal in the, whole country.. Remember the price is onbj one dolttr a year. Suro ple copies, also an illustrated cata logue, sent free on application. Ad dress, TIIE REP UBLIC, S...

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. — 13 March 1891

e c: if t r 5 f . LISSLEY, KANSAS. FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1801. VOL. 14 NO. 20 J B-n.io-r iiiUJlisaeA; Jail, iss; ,-tonso'ijiae.iiss. BUSINESS CARDS y. a bixgiiam Notary IPubiie, 3.iH'tii;i ihvwo I.aii'l. ! i.?tirnr;" Att. A -l T.-i to i c-im-i- PenKi.-m itnrt-:i, tt: i jwiyiu'ii f 'lSw t non-re. U-rif, tijitj rtn i. pre-itnp!ioa hijU rtuiuirr ' pu it 'sr t nrrif 4 i prxr OMt uu sat; ttrcetni'Xt ior to A!aim, ;'A AT LAW. Will ir-.i-c- In ail the erturt-s In tvlw.ri3 ivn mu. t "; luIji-3S. OUicc over 4 j tu Ci!unij6-jre. 5 Kinsley G. M. SEA CAT, KI.LLY, KANSAS. )!tice or.- r e-t f J'o-t 1 f?ii. fiesMenr; f j f , , ,,t , - ' Wbi. atiic- pim-i-ifu KINSLEY. KANSAS. j A3 'CLD XAiCSA 21 Nercr nirn'n. i;o. nr ver t.ji..l i; Hr.t.1 the ejv ..: (Lie ira.'ttr beLni-l, Tbnt iiake !. :sri tK-f, tie lu.-.i plain. "f h' tLHr.:iiiK vi-i-m or tie "Kai-raa old." t. m:ii-i:r.:,et't- o j'.-.hen T'Oti ily t!if e, ' ti.fi I 'i-ist.i? -rii, Viicre !n-; a fr1-? mi .icl pititii. 'u fa' o!i .1 '-," tl r . Ai: ii...

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. — 13 March 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KINSLEY, KANSAS. THE WOELD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS. Aptcb a continuous alt-night semlon in clearing up Its work the Bentttu on tbe 4th re ceded from its Hawaiian cable amend ment to tbe diplomatie bill; agreed to the conference reports on tbe legislative appro priation bill and tbe agricultural bill, and at a- in- took a recess (or breakfast. Tbe (tension was resumed at 9 a. when a mo tion to reconsider the Tote on tbe copyright bill was defeated. The conference on cbe deficiency bill was agreed to (retaining the French spoliation claims). A motion by Mr. Ransom tendering thanks to tbe vice-president was adopted, and all tbe business of the session baring been com pleted the senate at noon was declared ad journed sine die..... The house agreed to various conference reports on appropria tion bills, but defeated tbe bill for the re organization of tbe army. Mr. McKinley offered a resolution ot thanks to the speaker (or...

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. — 13 March 1891

TIIE THIRD PLAGUE. Dr. Talmage Discourses on the Evils of Had Literature. - Bi Papers and Nonlt I.ikrnrd to the rijne or f'ToS in Erfpt-Tbc Law Krofced Power of Good mad Bmd Booki UlastrKtod. The plague of pernicious literature was the subject of the third discourse -of Dr. Talmage at Brooklyn on the "Ten Plagues of the Cities." His text was from Exodus, vii. 6-7: "And the frogs came up and covered the land of Egypt. And the magicians did so with "their enchantments, and brought up frogs upon the land of Egypt." Follow ing is the sermon. There is almost a universal aversion "to frogs, and yet with the Egyptian they were honored, they were sacred, .and they were objects of worship while Alive, and after death they were em balmed, and to-day their remains may be found anion? the sepulchres of Thebes. These creatures, so attractive once to the Egyptians, at divine behest became obnoxious and loathsome, and they went croaking' and hopping and leaping into tho. palace of the king-, and i...

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. — 13 March 1891

.! Vi THE KIKSLEY GRAPHIC. 3YtIENT 01X1003. TBRMS: f I..VI per year In Adranca fr 5'sib iie.. f-etilh Ec ardu Co. Bor Fnter.d it til's post ofliee at Kinaley jib seTd-oIa? raiiil mutter. ?mniT, ma urn iwi- A Present Ta' Oar Sabseribers!. It is with pleasure that we iinuourcn to our many patrons that we have made arranse merits with that wide awako. illnstarted farm magazine, the American Farmer, puhlished at Fort YVnvne. Indiana, and read by neatly OO 001) -farmers by which that irreat pumicaMou -will lie mailed direct. KliEK. lothe ad 'res? ot any of our euhseriuers who will come in and pay up all arrearages c.ii subscription and one ye;tr in ad vance from dale, and ti nny new subscriber who will pay one yrnr in advance. This is a grand op ontir.itv to obtain a lirst-elass iarm journal i'rw. Tits American Farmer is a 1 r Pipage journal., of national vfrenlation, which ranks union;; the ending rti-.v'lt ural papers. It treats th questions of economy in nsrricul 4'iire and the. right...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 13 March 1891

r Vr r 1 1. it- ) t. i. ily a i i- V! county. T1:p Wliisr, Hub wi'e entertained Monday niht bv M:. and Mrs. In. j piwei'V department got on its bud be- Boberts. THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. FKIDAV. 41 ARCH 13. 1MI. TIME TABLE. atckisos topf.;:a panta Hi It. K. th-vlule In efT.rt. Janunry 27tb. 1891. TIIJJIXP COINS KA3T. Ka. f A sifir.i if fifpri'ss. Pip ... 10:45 a m t Vr.rK I-:.-.(.rfs., ltsi.. ? :."" a m - - .it S Mo. Kirr F.vr' " ":e7 I" M 4 l.o. a! Krrlslit Arv : I:" A M Til INS CO! NO WtST. ". 1 Sn rnii'-'rn flxp'p. ..Arr. P M : M ' Sjmi l .'u tro Kt lK-p.. 11:111 e M iifiivt-ri I' tub E.x Arr fjnm . ... ,,- ,,.,......, v .. f,.. -.-, ,. m warns couihj aiuanco, v u uciwaui, The cabinet shop of Smith & Cjle ' vo i so desire. Your business with tins hu tnrned out a neat file ca.,e for the ' company will be done with accuracy J and eie'-trzcity. The stove in Edwards & Noble' ', havior Saturday afternoon and explo- ii'.f.l. No ilainaie was limie. however. John Harsh and Charley Hee...

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 March 1891

GRAIN STOCKS. Tslarch. Estimates of the Depart ment of Agricjultiire. THE PROPORTION OF WHEAT OX H15D. Amount Greatly Below tho Average For Ten Years Tbe Reserve of Corn Alo Deficient The High Prices Obtained For Cereals. Washington, March IV. The statis tical returns of the department of agri culture for March estimate the corn and wheat in the hands of farmers, the pro portion and present value of merchant able corn, the weight of wheat per measured bushel and other points in the commercial distribution of grain. The result makes the farmers' reserve of corn 3d. 4 per cent, of the crop in com parison with 45.9 per cent, last year, und in bushels 542,000,000 against 970, 009,000 last year. It is the lowest re eot reserve, except that from the smaller crop of 1887 and that from the in the seven corn surplus states is less thnn in rtt i e r-s; 1 1 . m nrnimrtion esti mated for consumption where grown is relatively large 87.4 per cent, instead of 81.8 last year. The quantity shipped o...

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 March 1891

X I a Horrid Xalsane Co be nervous. Btartia? at the slightest bound, uneasiness by day and fitful klumbrr by night, unreasonable apprehensions, odd aensaiions, constant restlessness these are among its diabolical symptoms. Dyspepsia is the fountain head. Remove til is with Hostetter's Stomaeh, Bitters, and the food tit assimilated, the body nourished, the sleep grows tranquil, nervousness ramosea. The Bitters subdues malaria, constipation, liver complaint and kidney affections. Acceptiko the philosopher's theory that money represents trouble it is surprising to sea how many people are vriliiuff aaa anxious to borrow trouble. Washington I"osU The rentier sex often suffer from pecul iar weakness that (rive them (rreat distress. Let them not suffer. A use of Dr. John Bull's Barsaparilla strengthens the female organization, and they soon prow strong anil robust. It is woman's best remedy for weakness and declining health, If is not advisable for a bank cashier to read nautical tales ; t...

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 March 1891

TEKPEPAHC E COLUKH. Kissi.tr W.C. T. Xj . Meetings -wiN be bull on Thursday atrter iiiHin of cm;!i wrk at tho resi'loe of lira. Miliar, begiunnttf promptly at o o'clock. First TuesUav ti'.hla Keadiaii SecooU TuwIiy i$utaei?3 Meeting 'Inirii Tuesiiity Motbar's Mffcriujr Fourth Tuesiidv Responsive UemUis FlUta TucaUiu Latx-rni-y The liquor traffic makes poverty, but the !verty it makes never turns to the distiller, the brewer and the saloon-keuier for relief. The indus trious, the total abstainer, the charit able rmist liear tlie burdens itnd penal ties of tlje crimes Unit others commit. These constitute the classes who must dry up the louiitaiu heads of vice, not .only in justice, but in self-defen.se. lias no progress been made towards the suppression of tire liquor tialic? Let us see. Thirty or forty years ago the use of ak-oholie liquors for bever age purposes was defended asa. neces bity to men engaged in hard physical abor. The man who to-day claims that, would be despised by hi...

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 March 1891

V. X ) t . i : Orphic Htblihed Kept. 1877. lnurnof EaUMaked Jan, lab;. j ConoUdsted 1367. KINSLEY, KANSAS. FRIDAY; MARCH aO. 1891. VOL. 14 NO, 21 1 1 BUSINESS CARDS ; C. BINGHAM Notary Public, Kinsley, IT&nsas. Collection House Land. Insurance Art. Ai luiidi m Uiid eimCMU. Ptaalna matte,s. tad la payment of iin for non-residents, tad saakea bonaitMiL "re-eraptln and Umber vuirure ntriea ai.d final proofs. omoe on Slito itrMtaaii door to Alamo BSUM. H. KBENCH, ATTOiHTEY AT LAW Will practice lo all the courts ' ltd wards lad adlolnlnr munii. Also 4s Psn Ion and Col eotton business. OQloe over la tum at Co drug-store. , Xaviniesley - KanNait M. SEA CAT, PHTSIw "FIT &SUXIGE01?, KINSLEY, KANSAS. Office on door east of Post Office. Residence on Kast Eio-ht Street. H. KODB, Ait'y at Law, KINSLEY. KANSAS. yjsj A. SNOW, Second Hand Store. All kind of second band (roods bought and old. Mewinir machines repaired. 11. yKlLLINUTON. "Fashionable Merchaat Tailoring. piuces low. satisfac ti...

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 March 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KINSLEY, ----- - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally News. WASUIXGTOX NOTES. It Is denied that the junketing- con gressmon attending Senator Hearst's remains to California acted unbecom ingly. A Wabhisotox special says that the names of ex-Congressman Morrow and ex-Senator In g-alia . are mentioned in connection with a successor to Minister Swift, who died at his post in Japan. Miss Nannie ISitard, young-est daughter of ex-Secretary Bayard, is en gaged to Count Lctvenhaupt, of Sweden. 1kes ident Habrisox and party re turned to Washingtom on the 13th. No duoks were killed during the day. The American bureau has received notice that the highest viaduct in the world has just been erected in Kolivia over the river Lea for the Antogosta railroad 9,833 feet above the sea. . The length of the viaduct is 10,497 feet. Its height above the river is 4,003 feet. The highest pillar is 8,730 feet and the weight is 9,115 tons. TiiK records ...

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 March 1891

BALEFUL AMUSE3IEXTS. "Jr. Talmage on the Fourtli Plagxie of tb.e Cities. -Judging- Amusements According to Their Moral Effectt Bnlnoiu PlrunrM.ud Destructive Indulgences Pleas for the Home. In bis fourth sermon at Brooklyn on "the plague of the cities Rev. T. De Witt Talmage took for his subject "Baleful Amusements." The text was IL. Samuel, ii- 14: '-Let the young men now arise and play before ns." He said: There are two armies encamped by the pool of Gibeon. The time bangs heavily on their hands. One a,rmy pro poses a frame of sword fencing-. Noth ing1 could be more healthful and inno cent. The other army accepts the -challenge. Twelve men against twelve men, the sport opens. But something went adversely. Perhaps one of the swordsmen got an unlucky clip, or in some way had his ire aroused, and that which opened in sport ended in -violence, eacn one laKin 111s contestant by the hair, and then with the sword thrusting- him in the side, so that that which opened in innocent fun ended...

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 March 1891

TiiE KisLEY graphic BT EXSECT OHIOG8. TISUS: $1.60 per yaar la tdranca ret Warrb Av-i stout h Edwards Cs. Ban Satsrsa at the Jlt bffice at Kinsley as sscsaa-olass null! matter. FBI DAT. MAKCH S. 111: I low do tlio Italians like our beauti ful climate? If the ieporfc from Washington that two democrats will be appointed to the new United States land court is cor feet the president will haVe the tough est job of his life selecting thelri. Not that there is not huridreds of capable democrats, btlt it will go hard for a partisan like Mr. Harrison to honor a political opponent. Kansas City Tiniea. Keep Hie young Block, bhouid a good crop be raised the comming sea son you will need them to feed it to. While Edwards county is not shipping away much young stock, it is ai fact that the country Is being literally de populated in this respect. Selling on u falling market will necessitate a re purchase on a rising. It pays better to keep young stock at home. it ant years practice have giren C A....

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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