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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 15 May 1891

JL :-.JL A V,.f JL k. JlJL vuiuiV Jl J L 1n JL Vl i l JL it iraphie Establish! "Sept. 1S77. I Banner ij.urtjlisa.ei Jaii, 1-T. ( ;- Consolidated 1SS7. KINSLEY, KANSAS. FRIDAY. MAY 15, ISJH. VOL. 14 NO. !i SECRET SOCIETIES. DBS (iolrten Chain Chapter, Xn 1 mom iti Ma sonic baii. on Sixth StitM-t the first and third Friuav tf each iimntli. X H. F- N. ULK. Mlli. F. I. UOIKS. vV. M . K or P Kitwin'.lin r f-.i 1 s No 111. K of P. Meet f-verr Tn!jrl-i7 tttHn m. iu . It had on i.uiutii nvcuup. eooiut iviiic dim 1 a foou tu'idin.r cnruiallyin vited to.ttnd. M.JTL'U.ls. AMMikttKVMAW CO feLotKiS KISM.HY Ci'iAPTEK NO. 1 J KIM Kinsley tJhmiter No 11, K A M, holds repu. tar meeting lirst and taird Tuesdays in each month. Tcmliiikiui companions oordtslly in vited to l-n.l. W 1) &UW1N, II Hl'lfci. C.ec II P a o n w Kinsley Ixideo Xu 1U meet every iwond unit fourth Friday niicht of each month in -t heir h:i n tuxt o street. Vistm brothers -are ordiaily iu vitei to me with us. W H FU.KNCH F A WU...

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. — 15 May 1891

THE KINSLEY GEAPHIC . HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KINSLEY, KAXSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Ually News. WASlf IXGTOJ KOTES. A special from Washing-ton inti mates that the department of state is likely to demand that Italy recall Pas cal Corte, the Italian consul at New Orleans, for violating1 diplomatic court esy by his utterances in connection with the Mafia affair. Ma J. P. U. Dowsixo, collector of San Pedro, CaL, died recently. He is the fourth collector under this administra tion to die just when entering upon the duties of his office. The Italian consul at New Orleans, Kignor Corte, has been notified to re turn home in order t furnish the Ital ian government with an exact account of the events which have taken place . hince the murder of Chief of Police Hennessy. The United States supreme court has affirmed a judgment that taxes on Pull man cars are legal. Secretary Blaine was reported in disposed as a result of attending his daughter Harrietonher departure from New York...

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. — 15 May 1891

ALL THINGS NOW READY Dr. Talmage Discourses on Greatest of Banquets. the rXb Saviour Kver Ready- to Receive All The Church Opto to AU Who Ocslro to Enter No Invitation Ntcnurr C'ouae Now. la a late sermon at Brooklyn Her. "T. Dewitt Talmag-e's subject waa: "In--vitation to a Wedding-," and his text Luke lb. 17: "Come; for all things are now ready." lie said: Holy festivities to-day. We gather our sheaves into the spiritual garner. Our joy is like the joy of Heaven. ..Spread the banquet, fill all the chalices. We are not to-day at the funeral of a .dead Christ; we are celebrating; the marriage of the King's son. It was an excitimg time in English '.history when Queen Elizabeth visited Lord Leicester at Kenilworth castle. "The clocks in all the towers and ' throughout the castle were stopped at the moment of her arrival, so continu ing o point to the moment as the one 'Surpassing1 all others in interest. The door of the great banquet hall was -opened. The queen marchedin to the :aound...

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. — 15 May 1891

TIE KINSLE graphic. BY HEN'H'jf'QHiGKJS. TERMS: $1.50 per year in a3 vanfr I MrthAe., Fcutb Edwr CcJ. Han Entered at' the post ofllc at Kinsley1 as ecod-ClB8S mail matter. - FRIDAY. MAY 15. 1891. AVxisn all, the praires of Kansas are more conducive to'gco;! health and lon gevity than the forest of Pennsylvania Topcka Democrat. Jack the Nipper is cettins: in his work among the early vegetables and Lerriea theae crisp May mornings. Eiuporia- Republican: is said: hsit the testimony in the Jibtkin case is no liltliy that women are excluded from the senate chambers, mid several of the senators wear veils and keep their hats on. Amid all the soups that he is prepar ing for other nations, it is not- Ui be wondered at that Mr. Dlaine should be suffering froin indigestion. Jluksu. City 2mes. The Presidential train is making such a ' clatter oji its way over the coun try that Mr. Harrison may not be able tio hear any distance the cry of the Northern colored men for Republican recognition. Cou...

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. — 15 May 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. KRIDAY. MAT llH-3 TIME TABLE. ATCMl!OS TOPEKA & SANTA FEK.K. Schedule In effect, January 27th. 1801. TRAINS GOINtt IAST. :. 4 New Jfcrk Express, Dep.. 4:X5 A si i rkin.. n.nn. 4 Arrive T:Sa m Oilcaro Express. , ....rjeparts 7 :25 a m ' Mo. Ttlvnr F.xrres 5:Op M ,8 Wo. Klver Kirrf'. Dep 5:41AM 44 local Freiicbt.Dvp 8:17 A M TBIS OOINO WEST. ' Mexlo aniDieio Ex Dep.. 12:25 A M S lionver & lab Kjc Arr S:Hpm V o(rmlo I'.xpreesArrl vt-s 12:20 p M 7 "Deo.. 12:4ifm 45 Tocal Freight 11:30am N9. S. 4. 31 and :H! are via. C. K. & W. Numbers 45 and ISduily except Sunday. All tber IT ins (tail)-, C K. W, U. K. TRAIN AKHIVJKO FROM THE BAST. S41 Accommodation 1:20 P. M TICAIN8 goiso bast. N. Sit ArcnmnHKlnion 2:43 P. M IjHily xept Sunday. C. F. SPURG1N, Agekt. Tlia Malls. , ILKA. AHRITI P. M. BEPART A. Tuesday Monday I'hiirHdty Wednesday.. Sniurilny Frldny orrict hocus. wifv (except Sunday) 8 a. m. to 7 P. M -undav 3 P. M. to 4 P. M Moiwj' Order uni) KcifiBtrjr. 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. — 15 May 1891

A BURNING STATE. "Michigan Counties Suffer Terribly From Forest Fires. SCORES OF VILLAGES BURS ED UP. Tlallroad. Cars, Lumber and Building Melt Before the Devouring Element I'eople Jflee and Many Mapposed to Have Perished. Dktrot, Mich., May 13. The fire upper townships in Kewajgo county liave been a surging 83a of fire ever since Sunday and it is believed that not -a, single one of the small hamlets is left. Fields station, with its four sawmills and general store, is no more, and the 300 people who lived there Sunday are to-day without a roof to cover their lieads. Otis, or Dingman, as it is known to -the postal authorities, is but a collec tion of smoking- ruins with the 200 peo ple who called the place home standing1 around in despair. Park City, in Lincoln township, went -out in fire and smoke yesterday morn ing'. Nothing is left of the cluster of small houses that marked the place. Lilly station is hardly worth the name of station, as only the small hotel and smaller railroad ...

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. — 15 May 1891

KANSAS STATE NEWS. High Court of Impeadimcati - Wbij the court of impeachment met on be 2d no quorum was present and an ad Jourinnfnt was taken until Monday. Is the court of Impeachment on the 4th only 2J senators were present. Tae rule re quiring 27 senators to constitute a quorum was debated at some length and referred. The court decided that testimony showing that respondent drank to excess outside of his distr ct was Inadmissible, llutl ittle prog ress was made. The curt of impeachment on the 4th adopted a rule to enforce the presence of senators, and requiring the presence of al least SO senators to excuse a member More evidence was offered as to Judge Botkin's drinking habltH, and one witness testified as to being illegally and arbitrarily arrested by order of the judge. In the court of Impeachment on the nil s resolution was adopted for night sessions. All the testimony given was as to Judge Botkin's intemperate habits Several wit nesses who testified as to the Judge's drunk ...

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. — 15 May 1891

TEMPERANCE COLUMH. Kl8LT wr.c.'-T.'.u. M-ttiiitrs will be held on Thursday after noon of cson weeJc at the residence of Mrs. Vilnf r, t(riouln)f promptly o'clock. Kirnt Tuesday Bible Kearfiag Swxmd T'UDwllT riuslnwwj Meeting 1 tnid Tuesday Mother's Meeting Knurl h Tubadsy Responsive Heading J iltu Tuusday JJteraxy The Demorest Medal Contests bave spread to Great Britian, tbe third con to.st for tiie gold medal having been re cently given in Glascow, Scotland. The Midget, published at Delaware, O., by Miss Ethel Stout, aged eight yers. has raised $75.75 for the Mother Stewart tablet in the Temperance Tem;le. Diirins 1890 thetotal number of eniisantij in the United States from foreign states was 491,026, a gain over tiie preceding year of 65,000, The . I ttlians were much in excess of the Irish, and it is si serious fact -that while the number of emigrants is 'in-; creasing, their quauity is greatly de teriorating. This outlook is not en ciu: aging for temperance. The Journal of Inebn...

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. — 22 May 1891

t - ' - "i" , j ? V-T""" V 1 4. . .a. x. s. -j. Graphic H-tkniiidiert ScfU, I-J7. Baauer Established Jan. KINSLEY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY 22, l$iL VOL. I t NO. :;o 1 1 n'i isTa .f-r.-Yv SECRET SOCIETIES ... , ,. , . ' -t O K S tiolden fU'Ctii Coupler. No 1 meets In Mil--onjc hail, on sixth street the-frst mid third Friday if each ti:o-ith. M Ks. F. N". C LK. .MttS. J'. I. WllES. -A. M. Secrf-tury- KlIwimhiK t, 1 N'o l.t'i, K of P. MoM' very Tnursdav at s fi m- j ti .i It halt on Colony k venue Vi-jriiij? Kui.rhts iu ifood Mandini coi-auii!yiu viled toatiend. 1 O T CBtS -4. A M M ii .1 U V M A V C C R f tl i; S KINSLEY C.1APTEK NO. iJ UA.M KluMev Chanter No l'J. It A M. bH!n i-cmi-lar ine4iiij?4 hrm and C.iird Tuesdny rn each rnoutn. Tinu-ieiit compauinns eordiitliy in vited to attend. W DKLOVJN", II U l'i Kiti E. htc H r A O IT W JflnsKy Lodife No meets every oconji J ' nd fotir;U Friday niifht of each month in boir nail on Sixth siro-t. Via.tmir brothers are rordlally luriteu to meet ...

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. — 22 May 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KIXSLEY, KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LABGE. Summary of tlie Sally News. TTASHISGTOJJ KOTES. The United States government will Veep a considerable naval force in Chil ian waters during1 the present troubles. State department officials deny that - there has been any suggestion of arbi tration between the United States and Italy. The matter has not gone that far as yet. R. C Dcxcan, of Washington, aged 27, was recently detected in the act of murdering his wife on Mount Snowden, in Wales. The woman was unconscious, her bead being badly fractured. Dun can was said to be well connected in Washington. Green Ii. Raum, Jr., has resigned his position in the pension bureau. Secretabt Fosteb has notified the collector of cutoms at Philadelphia to dispense with ten of his weighers and has also directed the appraiser to re duce his force. The president returned to Washing ton exactly on schedule time from his southern and western trip on the 15th. He had made...

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. — 22 May 1891

1IENDING THE I U NETS. iDr. T aim age Discourses on Fishing- For Souls. tne MuhM of Xet Often So Lar-re That - Munjr Sooln Eieapc-ConfllcU of Work ers the Cause of Murh Trouble What is Needed. In a late sermon at Brooklyn Rev. T. "X)eWitt Talmage paid his attention to the theological disputes which are affi liating the churches, and gave some practical advice to both parties. His text was Matthew, iv. 21: "James, the son of Zebedee, and John, his brother, in a ship with Zebedee, their father, amending-their nets." He said: "I go a fishing," cried Simon Peter to his comrades, and the most of the apostles had hands hard from fishing tackle. The fisheries of the world lave always attracted attention. And if the time should ever come when the immensity of the world's population -could not be fed by the vegetables and ixneats of the land, the sea has an amount of animal life that would feed rail the populations of the earth and f at ten them with a food that by its phos phorus would make...

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. — 22 May 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. BY UENEr I3HIOG3. XElt-MS: :- f l.ftfl per"yc-Tir"in n'lvuncs ntn Mi.ir 1: A e., f r.uli T( cit'i Cc. Hart Entere.l n; the post ollico at K'tfi3ley ns ?cand-clr. rn.-ui matter. r u i ns v. MAI S. wi. Toxas v.:,f at is rtjiiortcl to ;s;-!(M'ab!y (i:: rmifretl ly rain. be C012- (Jiec-nsl.iii t is somewhat exercised over lirr water works svstem. Kansas fwiit grow era are jubilant t.vei the piMspecta for a heavy crop '. ills' TC-a; . Ik 8heiT1m-.11 and Foraktr ock horns over the senatoi-hiiv frorfl Oliio it will make it possible to fiia senator Jhice a democr.ttic collet ut. It -would be "iifterestii.pf to know where the administration tindsits au thority for meddling witif tiie civil war in Chili: it is certainly not in t!ia- con stitution of the United States. If the runners of Kansas fully realized i.ew profitable it is to raise walnut tjves ami' how Comparatively easy they are grown, it would seem that they would fc-ive that kind of tree culture more at tention ...

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. — 22 May 1891

" ORGANIZATION. Tho Bigr Convention at Cincinnati Proceeds to Business. CU5SI5GHA3I TEMPORARY CHAIRMAX. Ittmt Donnelly Stirs Cp the Procrdtngt ud Excites Gen. Weaver A Commit, tee Appointed to Draw tp Resolutions. Cincinnati, May 20. To the inspir ing' strains of "Star Spangled Banner" from the organ, and with the stars and stripes looking1 down from all the walls, the delegates to the national union con vention marched down the aisles in lit tle knots and took the places assigned to them, Kansas and Nebraska getting the most prominent places close to the stage. Besides the national colors the only decorations were the banners of - the Knights of Labor assemblies and Tkindred trade organizations. The mot toes were three in number painted in Txld black letters an huge white can vasses. Over the stage was "United AVe Stand, Divided We Fall," while on either side of the hall were these signifi cant inscriptions: "Nine Million Mort gaged Homes," and "Opposition to All Monopolies. " At e...

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. — 22 May 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. CfilWV, MAY 22 IXOl. TIMETABLE. ATCHISON TOPKKA & SANTA FK K. K. Jrhe1aU in ff 1 c t . January JT'h. iftftl. TICAINS COIN'S EAST. N.' Ntw Vcrk Exprc, I)ot.. 4:TR A M - . i ... Arrives : :i a .m " , ... lu-puris 7:2.", a M 11 Mr,. H:rir Klprc "'.f . Kivi r Kx',ir-.. Uvp . 4j icu! l'Ycifcbi.ivC-p tkains nmsc WLHT. ?.ri,n A; Snntfii' I t Tp.. IVtncr t Ctrth Kj( An- " olora-lo KxprsArhv,-... r r r. . Loon) Fivsiirh :il- M .',:' a M 1:2 :4t P M ! ::;a il Nni"tiT 4r, Hnd 45 ilnili e.xc(.-;.t SunJay. All r!iL-r ir in- rlrtiiy, .-. ic. &. w, a. it. TI'AI.N' !UTl.V(i FftOX THE RAS-T. ".N ;nl AtTonnnoiiMiion I :-i0 P. w TKAINS (iOIC V-AnT. :40 P. M Jjiiiiy -c;t Siunlnj'. c f. srnno ix.aoknt Ttie Mails. ILKA. DEPART R A A HV.IVE rtu-S():iy .. Su I litany . r, p. m. M. .. Mmi.lay 'Ve,tiM'6lity ... Friday oriiCK nouns. aiiv ii.'jrwfitSu'n.'iavi s a. m. to 7 P. M -inflsiy :ip. .t. r p. .m Uvuvy. OhJjlt an.t Kit'iblry . .. ! a. u. en i p. m CtUKIM or lt.UI,. 'Fnmr lioi...

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. — 22 May 1891

V u - 1 I :'. it The Tyntnt Macbeth Wis laid out cold by Macduff. Those tyrants, biliousness, constipation and dys pepsia, are defeated with no less certainty and completeness by Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. That conqueror ot disease also speedily overcome malaria, rheumatism, kidney and bladder troubles, nausea and nervousness. YFairs a woman wants to drive anvthin out of the house she "shoos" it. A " n usually boots it. Yonkers Stateeaiaiu There is one remedy that has saved many debilitated, blood poisoned mortal to a life of happy usefulness and robust health. It will save you if you will (rive it a trial. It is iJr. John Bull's SarsapariUa.. Any medicine dealer will supply you. ox do yourself in justice if you fail to use it- "To the victor belongs the spoils," said the frallery (rod who was heaving efrgd at the tragedian. Washington Post. The best cough medicine is Piso's Cure for Consumption, bold everywhere. 25o. There's a patent medicine which is not a patent medicine parado...

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. — 22 May 1891

IV r- ! r I I H. I 1, jl ii 3 ' I it TEMPERANCE COLUMN Ki.vsut W. (J. T. U. Met-tiUK wiil Iw heiU on T':i!r. Jny cfter mn oi cticti weeK at tbc .-iit-u,- ?"' i i s. First 'J'u-S'icy . '. l;?t-- Ri-u-1'bk - S?couil Tuesday . iit:-n 3 Mitinc Tdirvl Tuesday ot ii--1-' s M--iiiiir Fourth Tu-:iay tte?-pensive K;.ulin KUlb 1 uvalns Li'eraiy Tiiyuglaf al men lu.ly re:'.3ie that ibe re;H remedy for tlie cure arul ine venfio;i of tlio tli ink evil, iiiis livt yet been- iiii:t.cd out. The fit-dpc-, eiiu Ciltioii, local option, Jiijjii license, pro hibition, Ifgul puni-iliaieiU. ;ippeur tobo otipei'iiciul metsuie.s to -c n tct the evil.- They Uo not reach buck, to the roal cmes, and are based on assumpt ion of state-j and conditions which do liOt exiat. Vet the-coastantiy increus ihjj agitation 61 time various Kieaaui- es, ia cle;ii iijg ;a.vuy Xhe'cOnf usion, and preinirhig the public niiinl to support the jeal remedy for the piwention and correction of this evil. To scien tists cei tain rang...

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. — 29 May 1891

1 HE ICINSLKX JLNjlX Ik. jJlq Graphic Established Sept. K7. Bauuer KolabiisaeJ Jan, 1S87. KINSLEY, KANSAS. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1891. Consolidated 1S7. VOL -1 U. 'M i i XV . ij .SECRET SOCIETIES. O E S r.olrten Chain Chapter, No 91 meets in M onic bail. n bixth Street tbe first mid third I'rlclay of each month. MtlcS. i'. N. UJl.E. Hlti. y. I. UOIRs. V. M. Bee rvtary K or P Kilwinninjr Lodze ?"o 19S, K of P. Meets very Tbuntdar at , -i. la G A K ball on Colony avenue. Vinirinir Knivbts in g-ooil HtaiirtiiiK cordially invite! to nttend. M C TL'BUS, A. M J1EKKYMAS CC K ofttiS KIS3LET CriAPTEK NO. 13 HAM Kinwley Chapter No 13, K A M. hold? regu lar meeting tirat and tliird Tutsduyi! in each month. Transient companion cordially in vited to attend. W D EKWIN, U 11 PUSttoK, ssec H r . AOUW Kinsley Lodue No 191 meets every second nd fourth Friday niifht of each month in jheir ball on Sixth struet. Viaitingr brothers iire (ordially iuviteu to meet with V'"- ' Kocorder M W A FJSf A M Mount Vorlah...

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. — 29 May 1891

THE THIRD PARTY. Tiie Cincinnati Conference D clarets ,. - - For a Tnird. Party. It la "The People's Party of tlie United State." The Platrorm Adopted "a tlonl Executive Committee Final Adjournment. ClxCTJiJfATl, May 21. Many worried, anixous faces were in the convention ball when the third party began yester day's proceedings. The uncertainty as to the platform upon which it was gener ally thought everything else would limge, combined with the gloomy sky, made a strong contrast with the scenes of buoyant enthusiasm that were con stantly witnessed only twenty-four hours previous. A chorus from the Farmers Alliance song book and three bangs from Chair man Cunningham's iron hammer pre ceded a prayer by Rev. Gilbert De La Matyr, tne ex-green DacK congressman. Mr. De La Matyr was roundly applaud ed when he arose to pray. Frequent and earnest amena from the audience punctuated the invocation, after which the delegates seemed to fetil better and settled contentedly back in their chairs wh...

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. — 29 May 1891

THE KINSLEY GEAPHIC HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KINSLEY, - - - - KANSAS. THE VALUE OF HAND WORK. Mannml Clone Alliance of Mental Workers. One token of advancing' intelligence in civilized nations, and especially in our own, is the increasing1 respect paid to hand-work. The foolish contempt in which it was once held has, to a .great extent, passed away, and the skilled workman now receives a degree of honor and consideration that would formerly have been absurd. Even now, however, the division is strongly marked between the hand worker and the brain worker and, while both are respected the latter is visually supposed to occupy a higher level than the former. His r-fforts, it is assumed, are directed to the higher life of man. while those of the former are centered chiefly in supplying his material wants. "Thus they are not expected to make many invasions on each other's terri tory, and the excessive division of labor intensifies the distinction. The sepa ration, however, is perilous to ...

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. — 29 May 1891

i 1--( S 'A & si .": I if -: 1 i j r I - -3 1 1 Si i1 ? . THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. BY HENBY QHiOGS. TEHM3: $i.50 per year in drfnca i-.ftie Ha'rh Ate., south Edwards Co. Ban t Entered at the poet office at Kinsley as second-class mail matter. F HID AY. MAY 29. 1891. Tim stale1 can regulate the liquor traffic as they see tit, all they have to Ao is to'go about it This Call men called th turn and Call M'iH now represent Florida in the tlnited States Seriate. TiiKRE'are many men win Or .nld wai t tliere biographse published if the Al mighty wrote them. -Great Bend 2etc8 Lim is too slioft to spend precious moments raising f'r.peopief who would s.jouer walk on all four.Arkalon Aetcs Ex- Senator Iilair draws a 1,000 a month,' while waiting to know what will be done with him. A kind cf gofa edged cliiu set so to speak. Ex. It is a good . tiling mr the' present! administration that white wasli is on j the free list, or the iianni scandals would bankrupt the country.' lietween son Kaun and s...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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