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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 24 April 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. ed. FRIDAT, APRIL 24. 1K91. TIMETABLE. ATCHISON TOPEKA & SANTA FE H.K. Schedule In effect. January 27th. 1801. TRilXB nOI.VC EAST. K. ! Ilmiie Express. Dop 10:S a M New Yerk Elprtus, Dep.. S:a m ,!.... v Arrives 7 : A M r- .. Departs 7:)a " Mo. Kivw EipreM ..... h:itt P M 4. loi:l Kreit-nt Arv S:loA M TKAJN8 HOI SO WEST. Mo. , 1 5an Knnoiwft rlTprofw. . . Arr.-Tt:?V p u a f"exi-o San OiKO Kx Dep.. ll:m P M s Iwnver i L'tab Ejc Arr K:0Spj "6 Dep.. 8:25 p M T 'nlorrvlo F x preps A rri ves 12:i" P M " 4-i txxral Freight Ilp M Nes.3. 4.341 Hnd at.! ore via. C. K. & W. Number 4 rii.1 4G daily cicept Sunday. All thertr insiluUy, ;. k. & w, it. it. TRAINS AHHIVINO FIIOH Til E EAST. Ne 341 Accommodation 1 :20 p. u TKAINS fiOlMl BAST. 32 Afofiinoflnt!on 2:00 P. M .Dully except Sun-lay. C. F. SPiritGIN. AOEST. The Mails. 1 L K A. A RRI VB J'hiirs.lny.. Saturday . . . 6 P. IlF.PAItT 8 A. M. Monday . Wcfdiwsdtiy .. Friday office hoiks. ailv (except Sun.layi A. w...

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. — 24 April 1891

ITS LABOIIS OVEE. Close of the Session of the West ern Commercial Congress. "Tb Resolutions Caus a Very Lively Ie iMtte Majority Report Finally Adopted M inn e-o ta Delegates Withdraw Coagreu Made Permanent. Kansas Citv, Mo., April 13. The -western commercial congress closed its four days' session at a late hour last -evening. The discussions and papers -read during1 the sitting- were of a very interesting' character, many men cf na tional reputation taking- part In the proceedings. Before adjourning' a reso lution was adopted making the con gress permanent, the selection of the next place of meeting1 being- left to the -secretary. The report of the commit tee on resolutions resulted in a lively fight, the majority report being finally adopted, which caused the Minnesota delegates to withdraw. The great fight was over the free coinage and tariff resolutions. A substitute for the ma jority report was first adopted by a vote of 83 to 71, but after a number of dele gate's had left the ...

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. — 24 April 1891

-1 . ! ft X -i ' 4 .. m -; i : i m E : 1 - --J - i at i 1 1 5. i! i ! If '1 Y! So Popular .Has Hood's Sarsapa rilla become at this season that it is now generally admitted to be The Standard Spring Medicine and Blood Purifier. The Peculiar benefit you need so much, you will find in IP raoocrs Sarsaparslla "German Those who have not used Bosch ee's Ger man Syrup for some severe and chronic trouble of the Throat and Lungs can hard A Throat . and Lung Specialty. ly appreciate what a truly wonder ful medicine it is. The delicious sensations of healing, easing, clear ing, strength-gathering and recover ing are unknown joys. For Ger man Sj-rup we do not ask easy cases. Sugar and water may smooth a throat or stop a tickling for a while. This is as far as the ordinary cough medicine goes. Boschee's German Syrup is a discovery, a great Throat and Lung Specialty. Where for years there have been sensitiveness, pain, coughing, spitting, hemorr hage, voice failure, weakness, slip ping down hill,...

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. — 24 April 1891

Two Fpr a "VP e for a. X)oUr Tr. The "Twic--w eek" edition of the St. Louis IfepubHc is Ht once the . best and the cheapest new journal . in the .world. It is a big seveiincoJuJafJi paper, containing six jtp eight pages each ia- uue, or J 2 . to 16 every week, and Ja mailed ey,ery Tuesday and Friday. Its readers get the news of the day al most as promptly artd fully as ths readers of a daily and half a week ahead of any weekly in every state in the union. Yet the price is .only on dollar 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 interesf every where. The Republic is the leading democratic paper of the country, ag cressive, but at the same time liberal, and the only thoroughly national jour nal i:i the whole country, ltemember the price in only one dollar a year. Sam ple copies, also an illustrated cata logue, sent free on application. Ad dress, THE REPUBLIC, t. Lo...

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. — 1 May 1891

I 1 totter Tivrnr inr r -J -i I i. Graphic Established Sept. 1877. Burner Lsiauits&ed Jan, lsst. KINSLEY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY , IS91. Consolidated 1SS7. VOL. 14 NO. 2T SECRET SOCIETIES O E 8 OoMen Chain Chapter. No 01. meets In Ma--loulo ball, on MixiM Street the first mid third b rhiny of each month. M bus. F. N. OOLK. NUJ. F. I. Bdlr.S, W. M. Secretary K OF P Kllwinnirn-L-d -e No I'J, K of P. Meetf very Thun'Ur at K p m. in Q A R hall on Colony avenue. Vi-iitimf Kuisbts tu good standing- ooi-uiaUylu vileit to attond. MiJTl'Um, 4 MMtKilfMAN CO K of K &S KINSLEY CHAPTER NO. 1.1 KAM Kinsley Chapter No 11. It A M, holds res-iv lar mealing Iirt and tiiird Tuesdays in each mouth. Transient couipaulons cordially in vited to atteud. W O EHWIN, H UPiEKcE, ec UP A O U W "Kinsley Iodire No 131 meets every second nd fourth Friday niitht of rcb month in their hall on Mit a street. Via tiugr brotuers re cordially tuviieu u ineot witn us. w h I'HE.Nwi F a woooutruv Reorder I W A F A A 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. — 1 May 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC HENRY CRIGCS, Publisher. KIXSLEY, - - - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE, Summary of the ID ally Newa WASHINGIOJI NOTES. The exports of merchandise from the TJnited States dunng the twelve months ended March 81, 1S91, were 872,010, 377. and the imports 8S35,631,420. Dur ing' the month of if arch gold exports exceeded gold imports by 84,541,566, tnd silver exports exceeded silver im ports by 1,031,573. A court martial has been ordered by the secretary of the navy to meet in Jfexv York to try Lieut. -Commander Oeorg-e A. BicknelL charged with un due negligence in allowing the United States ship Galena and the tug Nina to be stranded on the coast of Massachu setts, near Martha's Vineyard. Ex-Trkabcbeb Hcstoji has left Wash ington for his home. Justice Bradley is confined to his liome at Washington with the grippe. Enos IL Nebkcker, the new Uaited States treasurer, has filed his bond. There was an unfounded rumor on the 24th that Secretary Blaine had been .assassinated...

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. — 1 May 1891

OPEN AGAIN. ."Dr. Talmage Discourses In His New ' Tabernacle. The Story of the Cronalog; of the Jordan T riiniM Taught By the Destruction nnd Kebnlldlng of the Church. 'Upon -lie dedication of bis new taber nacle at Brooklyn Ur.Talmage preached to a great union meeting- from the text: ' "What mean ye by these stones?" Joshua, iv. 6. The pastor said: The Jordan, like the Mississippi, has "bluffs on the one side and flats on the other. Mere ana were a sycamore -thadows it. Here and there a willow dips into it. It was only a little over waist deep in December when I waded : through it, but in the months of April and May the snows on Mount Lebanon :thaw and flow down into the valley, and then the Jordan overflows its banks. iaeniiiswiae, deep, rajpnj? and im petuous. At this season of the year I hear the tramp of 40,000 armed men coming- down to cross the river. You say, why do they not fo up nearer the j-ise of the river at the old camel ford? Ah, my friends, it is because it is not :s...

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. — 1 May 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. Bit ilEITKY QEIBG3. SI. 50 per year fa adranca nice Varfb Ave., routfa Edwards Co. Ban Enterad at the post offloe at Kinsley aa wc-ond-class mat I tnatter. 5FKIDAT. MAY 1, 1S91. Bismakck is in favor of Germay be inc well represented at the Worlds f;ir. The Louisiana enpreme court has decided tlie lottery mandamus case in favor of the lottery company. TTnkno'wn bugs are getting in their work in ffome of the wtieal fields, l'rof. Snow can now pet in his work. A woman has been jailed at Topeka for Belling whisky. She whs a joinist, not a iKiotlrgger. Emporia i?ru&7i con. At-ABAstkr. the piny stallion with a record of 2:15. died fit Dayton. Ohio, from pneumonia. ITo was valued at $40,000. True yomic: emperor of China takes exceptions to the newly appointed min ister. Mr. Blair can now explode his Vocabulary at hon.e. Tiik man who invests his spare clisnge m western lands now. will nev er have r;inpe to repret the -day he was "born. Jetrr.re Sun.flmrer. A TUTIT, ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 1 May 1891

THE KIHSLET GRAPHIC. raiDAT. MAY 1. 1891. TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPE K A SANTA FKR.B. ftcbsdul la effect. January 27th. 1831. TRUSS GOIISfl CAST. M. C Atlamlo Express. TJpp 1A:4.1am 4 New If ark ExpresH, Dep.. 8:24 A M Expre. J A S M. Hirer Express 5:07 p M tf local Freitrbt Arr 8:45 a M TRAINS OOIMO WEST. Wo. 1 tn Frnei!wo Rxpres. ..Arr.-ft:M p M " ? Mexico & Snn Iii-ro Ex Dep.. 11 :K P M ' S Ueuvert Lull Ex Arr 8:TPi rnp . . 8 .-, p m V 'oiomilo FprsArriv. s 12:2.-1 p M " 4ft Local Freight ll:nip m N. S. 4, 341 and :Hi are via. C. K. & W Nunlcra 45 and 4Sdaily except Sunday. All C. K. & W. It. U. TRAINS AKK1 VINO FIIOM THE EAST. r mi Accommodation 1:20 p. M TRAINS liOlNQ EAST. N. 342 AccormnriHtion .. ... liuily rsxeept Bumhiy. 1:00 P. M C. F. SPURGIJJ. Aqkst. The Mails. ILKA. ARRIVE 8P.M. DSPillT OA. M. riif-Kdny Mowlity J'luirnrtay We-tnosiliiy Saturday Friday OFFICE HOCKS. HiI.v (except Sunday 8 a. m. to 7 p. m -ijn.iay Sp. m. to 4 p. m Woiiey Oiderd Keifistry... 9 A...

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. — 1 May 1891

KANSAS WORLD'S FAIR FUND. .A. Pro position Adopted to BalH tlie Neces sary Amount By Counties. Topkka, Kan., April 25. Th world's -fair convention reconvened this mem Ing at 9 o'clock. ' It outlined a scheme for raising' the money necessary for making the exhibit, adopted appropriate resolutions and adjourned sine die. The plan adopted by the convention -was submitted by ex-Gor. Glick, chair man of the ways and means committee It provides for raising 8100,000, each -county in the state paying' its share of -the total amount according- to its tax Able wealth as shown by the last as--sessor's report. "A bureau of . promo tion, consisting1 of three members from each congressional district, is to Toe appointed by the convention to look after pro rata county assessments. The governor will appoint a committee of three, to be known as the auditing1 . -committee, which will audit all ac counts of the bureau of promotion. In addition to these committees, a board of managers of nine members w...

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. — 1 May 1891

BANE GUTTED. -A. Post Mortem Examination of tiie Preeident'c Accounts. EE DIED WITH $400,000 SEOST. An Elort to Keep tbe Brnnk on Its rf3 It Owns m Valuable Piece of Real state Contrary to New Vobk, April 20. Rumors were afloat In Wall street yesterday after noon of a defalcation in tbe Ninth na tional bank, which does business at 409 Broadway. It was said that the sur plus of 320,000 had entirely disappeared and that the discovery was made through the death of some one who had held a position of trust. A visit to the bank found the directors in session. Soon after Bank Examiner Hepburn arrived and was closeted with them. The directors were still in ses sion at a late hour yesterday afternoon and nothing official could be learned, but it was said that the loss was through the operations of J. T. Hill, the late president of the bank, who died about a month ago. It was alleged that the amount was about 400,000, but that the bank would not lose it all, being secured in part by real est...

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. — 1 May 1891

?woFpen "Vt-cti Tlif 'i'wi':t a. St. Louis Jiejj'OjU Din I the clieni; t worlil- It is a t roiit.ii:ii"f mx ! ue. or 1"J t. it uiaileil evf-ry 1 li re nlf i S !;l l li." m .-L a.-s iir.-nij '- re:i itM S of A it:i ; a) t-.ii! of ; 1 1 y v-,-. 1 tb v.jii-.ii. Ye; doli'ir n y'i'ir. DO)S iltltl 'ifX.lH f ' aiil :i mi neral i.--' titles con t:ti us .; '. important events where. The J:rj.i- dtllKHTiltic i-aj cr ; ' grer-i.sive, but aL I - aii'l tliR only l lim nal in the whol- : the ii ice iaoith one : I pl.e eofies, nlso a.: logue, nent fie on ;i dress, 'J JIK KK Litsit&im a. Yetr, ! . il ! be I e thr bet I i ; lli I ! : n j - ;. : :!:, ", . (1 , j !:!!! 1- : . -. is ! i I i- : ! t v . I t.i ' , v ,!., t! fl- ii.' l.it:n- i ' i" t-1 .tl . y J j i 1-- i V . 1 !!!i' ill 1 't1!' bl.t r.u -il ciila i'pl !( i T-i --1 . Ac- rvnt.jr, .'..il..-, Jis.,;ar. .A. IB-A-ID .A.O CIDENT I Is Likely to IIppen to the Man Who Wont tlend our Advertisement ana InveJijte our Claims, XI IB WILL BE THROWN ...

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. — 8 May 1891

it e -e ' Orapbte BMabllabed Sept, 1877. t ,, . banucr Established Jan, 18S7. t CouaoUdated 138,. KINSLEY, KANSAS. FRIDAY, MAY S, 1891. VOL.. 14 NO, 2S SECRET SOCIETIES O E S ioIrtn Chain Chapter, No 91 meets in Ma nonic bail, on Slita iiret tile first nud third Friday of ech mouth. MKt. V . N. UULK. M KS. F. I. BOIE.-i, V. M . Secretary K of P Kilwinning Oidif So 1(S, K or P. Meet? -eiy Thursday at 8 p ni, iu O A. U bull on Colony avenue. Vifiuutr Kniirbts in good utmidinif corutailyiii vileu toailend. UOTUM.H. A ilMSelilVMAN' C C lintlliS KINSLEY CSAPTEK NO. 1J RAM Kinsley Chapter No I'J, It A. M, holds reiru tar meetings tirst and third Ttiai1ayi in efcch moiitti. Tiaumeut companions cordially in vited to attend. W 1J tctV.'lK, 11 UPllsit, K, dec U T A O U W Kinsley Lodfje No 191 meets every second and fourth Friday nirht of -aou month in tbcir ball mn Sixth street. Vimlinjf brothers toidialiy iuvilec to meet with lie. W H fKBNCH V A WOUDBUUV. Recorder M W A F & A M Mount Mor...

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. — 8 May 1891

r THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC HENRY CRICCS. Publisher. KINSLEY, KANSAS. THE "WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tba Daily News. VASHISGTOM NOTES. IlT connection with the suit of the state of Wisconsin again st ex-State Treasurers Ilarshaw and MeFettridge to recover interest received by them on public funds during their terms of office. - Attorney-General O'Conner has brought suit against ex-Secretaries of State Richard Gunther, present consul-general to Mexico, for 895,600, Henry Baetz for $54,400 and Ferdinand Keuhne for 50,000. It is regarded as an assured fact that Secretary Foster will change the form of statement of the public debt of the United States on July 1. The secretary declares tbe present form of statement to be unsatisfactory. Mijjistkr Blair has been summoned back to Washington. W-AXtkb S. Maxwell, of California, has been appointed chief of the horti cultural department of the world's fair. Thk public debt statement showed a net decrease during the month of April f $1,514,327. Jerom...

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. — 8 May 1891

HUMDEUM KELIGION. Dr. Talmage Discourses on Needed Pulpit Reforms. - Significance of the Wisdom and Splendor of Solomon Too Much Humdrum In Churches Tine Religion Nner Gloomy More Spice Needed. In a recent sermon at Brooklyn Rev. "T. DeWitt Talmage took for his sub ject "Humdrum Abolished," and his -text was from IL Chronicles, ix. 9: "Of -tpices great abundance; neither was there any such spice as the queen of -Sheba gave King Solomon." Dr. Tal sxnage said: What is that building' out yonder ; glistening in the sun? Have you not heard? It is the house of the forest of Lebanon. King Solomon has just taken "to it his bride, the princess of Egypt. You see the pillows of the portico, and o great tower, adorned with 1,000 shields of gold, hung on the outside of -the tower 500 of the shields of gold manufactured at Solomon's order, 500 were capturned by David, his father, "in battle. See how they blaze in the noonday sun! Solomon goes up the ivory stairs of his throne, between twelve lion...

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. — 8 May 1891

THE EI US LEY GRAPHIC. xBRMS: f 1.50 pr yeariu'awtTanca ;te Mareb Ave., tcitb Edwards CO.!Sn Entered at tfa post' office at Kinsley a ' acaa-ola mail matter. PFHIDAT. MAT t. Kansas never had better prospects for crops of all kuida'tlian at present. Tns State Sunday School Conven tion meets at Emporia May 12th and 11th. When the rresident returns from liis western trip he will, in sill probab ility, take up his-residence in that cot tage mi Cape May point. t The new republican cry "Tin, tin, American tin", probably refers to tiie "tin'' that the protected manufactur ' ers are expected to put up next year. JJuass bands in the Italian armyaie tube abolished. It would perhaps be well to abolish that one used so dis astrously by Premier liudini not long since. Mr. IlAitnisox m:iy be having a glorious -good time on his royal special train but the indications are that the other fellow will control the nominat ing convention. Austis, Thxas, claims to have a million dollar dam site. Kansas m...

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. — 8 May 1891

retDAT.HiTl UWL.3 TIMK TABLE. ATCHtSO TfiPKKA SANTA FE K. tt. (tcheriulo In effect, Jnnuary 27th. 1831. TKIKS001KO (AT. Ha. 4 N Vorlc EiprcM, Dep.. 4:35 a m Cblcaro Express. Arrives T a m . . v. ... Depart a m . . ' verExprew fi: P M , o. Klver Eipirw. Dep R:'M a m 49 Local Freisbt.ttep S:47a m TttAfKW RHINO WERT. ' n M-W & 8Ticnif-iro Ex rep.. 12rSS a m llruvet-Jt I'tftn Kx Arr :55 pm 7 i olorario KxprcuArrifeU . . I2:21 p M " " " IVp.. 12:411 p M " 4 I-x;itl Freight ... 11 :30a m . S. 4. 341 and !Hj sro via. C. K. & W. Nin.i ! 45 ti4 40 dully except Sunday. All t her Ir-liiR daily, C. K. W, tt. R. TPAIS AHIIIVIVO ritOM THK EAST. N 341 AccoininoilHtlnn 1:20 p. m TICAIK ;OINO BAST. A. . Km. 342 AfN'oiiimnrtfitlan !?:43 p. M Iuily except umUy. C. V. SPCBOIN.Aoesi. Th Mails. .,--... ILKA. ARRIVE 6 P. . DEPART A. M. rucsdiir Monday riuirifl.T Weilncadiiy SiMtirdny Friday . OFriCK HOURS. Onilv (Pxer)it Sunday) B a. it. to 7 P. M Minciiiy :.... p. m. to4p. M rioticy Order and Kea...

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. — 8 May 1891

EXONERATED The Grand. Jury's Report on the AiTairs at New Orleans. " "THE LYSCHIXG DECLARED 'XECESS&BY The Hcautiy Jury liriled Ily the Mafia mad the Coarse of Juntlee Ferverted Necessity .of Restricting I in ml -ration Especially From Italy. New Osleakb, May 8. After six weeks, investigation the grand jury -completed its labor in the Hennessy . ca- and the killing- of the Italians at the parish prison by presenting1 a vol uminous report virtually exonerating the lynchers on the ground that it was Uearly in evidence that the Hennessy jury had been bribed. Speaking of the -Mafia the report has this to say: 1'be extended range ol our researches baa -developed the existence of the secret organ isation styled "Mafia." The evidence comes from several sources, fully competent in -tncniselves to attest its truth, while the fact -is supported by the long record of blood--curdting crimes, it being almost Impossible '- 4o discover the perpetrators or secure wlt .uesMes. As if to guard aga...

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. — 8 May 1891

f t li ? 6 2. ! V : I: 'I 3 - I V 1 Ti t t -4. heavy burden all the ilia and ailments that only femala flesh is heir to. It rests with you -whether you carry it or lay it down. You caa euro tho disorders ana derangements that prey upon your sex, 7ita JDr. .Fierce s h avor ite Prescription. It's a legitimate medicine, carefully compounded by an experienced physician, and adapted' to woman's delicate organ- . uation. t For all organic displacements and weaknesses, accompanied by . weak back, bearinsdown sensations, and for all uterino diseases,' it's aposi tive specific. It's guaranteed to irive eatisf action, in every case If it doesn't, you've only to ask for your money and it's cheerfully refunded. If it does, you'll want to ask for nothing: more. It's the cheapest medicine you can use. because you only pay for the good you get. It improves digestion, enriches the blood, invigorates tho system, and produces refresh' bag sleep. STA1TD AL01TE A3 EIXS 2S0VES3. Th7 dispel poisonous bil...

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. — 8 May 1891

TEMPERANCE COLUMM. Meetings will 1 helti on Thursday af tr- noM o( I'li'li wnu at tbe residence of -rs Mimer, buxinniiu' promptly at a o uloclc. Hrai Tniariiir Bible KeadiaB Second Tuesday tiusiciess Meeting lajrtl Tuesday Mother's Meeting tjrtb Tuesday Kespuuaive tteauinn Kit lb TutKMlaV literary WOMAN'S WOISLD IN' PAUAKAjFlIS I.ADV'S CXPKUIKNCK IN SIW YpBK FIFTIES yKAits ago. A iroiaiiiet:t of Brooklyn tells jiio that evn fifteen jears ago woiumi in offices down town iji New York v.ere unknown. When she fjjrst came .ea.tt Jier husband was not so prosper ous as he is now, and she determined 4t actus book-keeper while he went nhfo lustltng" for the business The owner of the building in which the office was, refused her permission to do so, as if it had leen proposed to Jji ing a leper or smallpox patient into the house. She went to see him, and hogged and pleaded ajfd . brought cre dttutiah to prove that she was the properest kind of a woman. lie could see for himself thafc sjie whs...

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