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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 19 June 1891

1 if A 1 . tnTT TT "TT" li k it k il il k i 1 VOL. 14 KINSLEY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, -SOL NO. ;J4 SECRET SOCIETIES. O E S Golden ChH.n Chapter, No 01 meets In Ma sonic nml. on Sixth Street tne ?ir-st and third i v e?ieh month. mus. r. i- hoi Erf, Secretary- MHS. F. N. COLE. W. M. K or P Kilwlnnin Lort?? No 1H6, K of P. Meets very Thursday uf.8 ji m 'o!oiiv avenue. Visiti ra i A K nail on Visitinjr Knights in g-ood j,tnoin coruiallrm viteo to attend. M C Ti: iiHS. A M MEKKVM A N CO K of K & S KINSLEY CHAPTER SO.H. KA M Kiiisly Chupter No 1H. R A M. holds rejru lur meeting Drt and third Tuesdays in each li. TraiiMvnt companions corniaiiy in vitee! to attend. W JJ EilWIN. ill! Pi KiicE, Sec u r AOPW Kinsley Lodno No 191 meets every second imd fourth Friday nitrht of each month in ttieir hull on Sixth street. Visions' brotnera nr.-rordiiti; v iuviteo to meet with us. W H FKUNCH F A WOODUrjKV. Uecorder M W AFiAM Mount Morlah Lodcre ITtl meets res-ularly in tln ir ball mi Sijih str...

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. — 19 June 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KINSLEY, KAXSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Dally News. WASHINGTON NOTES. The president lias appointed the court to adjudicate land claims. Joseph R. Reed, of Council Bluffs, la., is the chief justice. Ex-Sesatob Blaib may get the Japan mission. The salary is the same S12, 000 a year. Accobdiso to a special from Wash ington, it is reported that President Harrison has decided to send ex-Governor and ex-Senator G. A. Pierce, of North Dakota, as representative to China. Bank Examiner Drew, of Philadel phia, has been suspended by Secretary Foster. His dismissal will doubtless follow. This step is due to his careless ness in allowing1 the Keystone bank to conceal its real position. Investigations into the Bardsley case at Philadelphia implicated Comp troller of the Treasury Lacey in having a knowledge of the Lucas defalcation, and which he was concerned in conceal ing. Mr. Nettleton, assistant secretary of the treasury, also came in fo...

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. — 19 June 1891

CHURCH STRIFE. Tr. Talmag-e Discourses on the Bat tle of Creeds. The Controversies Bad Things Work Blare Beqalslte Than Strife Tim Kellglon of Christ Better Than Creed Dis putes Working; Together. In a Bermon at Brooklyn lately the xaage was "The Battle of Creeds." II is "text was front Proverbs xxvi. 17: "lie "that pas.se th by and meddleth -with :strife belonging not to him i- like one that taketh a dog by the ears." The preacher said: Solomon here deplores the habit of mishing in between contestants, of tak ing part in the antagonism of others, of joining in fights which they ought to bna They do no good to others and get damage to themselves. He com pares it to the experiment of taking a dog by the ears. Nothing so irritates the canines as to be clutched by the lugs. Take them by the back of the neck and lift them and it does not seem to hurt or offend, but you take the dog by the ear and he will take you with his teeth. In all the history of Ikennels no intelligent or spirited ...

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. — 19 June 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. fey HESBY QKieOS. Entered at the poet office at Kinsley Becoud-clas vna.il matter. FHIDAT, JCSE 10, 1891. TnE eruptiou of Vesuvius still cou tiuues. Wk thought so: Nina VauZandt is going to marry an Italian. Repeated earthquake shocks have beent4tlfrt "Verona, Italy. Edwakus county cherries found a ready sale upon the Kinsley market this week. Tna City of Mexico is probably the only place in the world where street cftrs are used as hearses. Majok McKislby, the protection ist, was nominated governor of Ohio, by acclamation, "Wednesday. The race king of the week, in the east, is Loantaka. The great subur 'ban, the turf event of lfeul, was won by him. Tub output of Kansas salt the past year amounted to over 1,000,000 bar rels; with a capacity twice that arnouat. The Kev. Dr. Talmage pays his compliments to the wranglers in the various sects. Read his sermon, on the third page. Tuesday, June 1 Gin, was Knights of l'ythias' memorial day. For some unknown reason the l...

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. — 19 June 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. FRIDAY, JUNE 191o61. TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPEKA & SANTA FER.R. Schedule tn effect. January 27th, lfitl. TRAINS GOING EAST. No. 4 Now York Eipruss. Dt-t . 4 :?Ji A M ucicgoEipre. - : ; : jS Tiki A M Mo. Hiver Express 4:40 p M 8 Mo. Hirer Exprtts, jjcu .1:1m- "Wannamaker & Brown did a little business here this week. Our people must have clothes, even if they tlo come high and from a far. b:4T A M j Local Freight Iiep TRAINS COISO WEST. " 3 Miico & SancDioo-o Ex Iep.. 12:25 A M 5 Denver & Cta! Ex Arr :52 P M 7 Colorado ExpressArrivc-s 12.20 P M " 7 " " Iiep. . 12:40 P M 45 Local Freight 11:30am Nob. 3. 4, :i41 and 342 arc via. C. K. & W. Numbers 45 and 48 dally except Sunday. All it her trains daily, C. K. Sc. W, R. K. TRAINS ARRICISO FROM THE EAST. No. 311 Accommodation 1:20 p. M TRAINS GOISO EAST. No. 342 Accommodation 2:15 P. M Daily except Sunday. C. F. 8PCKG IN. Agent. Edwards & Erwin, lumbermen, have had a number of carpenters employe...

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. — 19 June 1891

HISTORY OF A SCHOOL. "How tiie University of Was Established. Kansas -Tts Struggles and Final Saccru TTie Mem Wlio Conceived the Idea and Nurtured the KnterprUe Interesting Sketches. On the occasion of the celebration of the quarter centennial of the state uni versity an interesting' little volume was Issued entitled "Quarter Centennial History of the University of Kansas, law-mui, wnicn contains many inter psting sketches written by persons con nected with the institution. Prof. Wil son Sterling', assistant professor of ' 'reek and a graduate of the university, -contributes the opening article, which is a historical sketch of the school from pioneer days to the present time. A Kansas City Star correspondent com piles an interesting article from it. From tli is sketch it appears that the university was thought of as early as 18.W by Amos Lawrence, who at that time requested Gov. Robinson to spend some money for him in laying the foundation of a school building on the northern part 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. — 19 June 1891

DISASTROUS FIRE. .A New Jersey Summer Resort Burned. FOUR HU5DRED HOUSES CONSUMED. Awful Ightnln wkt St. LoaU One Ctrl Killed and Three Injured Fatal Light ning In the Vicinity of Pitta bartb, Iaw Xkwark, X. J., June 17. The noted summer resort, Seabrig-lit, N. J., was visited by a disastrous fire last night, which reduced to ashes the large por tion of the town, 400 buildings being burned and several hundred families rendered homeless. The loss was 8500, O00. The fire broke out in a livery stable on River street and soon a large por tion of the southern part of Seabright was in flames. Women and children ran through the streets crying and wringing their hands in a frantic man ner, while the men aided the firemen to stop the flames. At a late hour the fire was believed to be under control. The sections burned over extend from the Shrewsbury river to the ocean to the point where the Jersey Southern road crosses Ocean avenue. Among the buildings burned were the post office, Seabright ...

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. — 19 June 1891

i ' ) -1 4 3 I THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. FHIDAV. JUNE 19, 1891. J - 5 PRICE POCTS.r f" jj,)a -y Tir-i r iTis-nrr a -i IT IS THE BEST 32 EASIEST TO USEi U V-i i-i it-ti u 1M II Ell ! '1 'iri F..o.vi:t TarU-r Organ t&veft, 4 Rfctn of reeUa, 10 MOiS. 2 kuooewfclla. fetool m'iU Book free. For cnly yjrvoa. Witii rivbt atid ltix't couj ler. Warranted for 6 irem;es as your r- jsfl 2rSyS!;i L-puitsi i.:-Ty iroxri any uaut . ,,;i. j.j; er, pOfl'iuabir, merchant or ex TT'it'f. areij t .csii t lie organ will It&nhiiir.eJ nromutlsr Oil 'ffivv t trial. Umkkti'-fM le sure to write me. and save money. Solid 2U'Hiiua Pajer where this AD" in Keen. Ts eiecteJ Msycr April O, 186S. by a larg;a majority. H. W. ALLEGER, TaiMagtcn, : Fan-en Ctarty, : ITcw Jenjv united 3t.tT3 of An mimmmmrm Majny years practice have given C. A. Snow & Co. , Solicitors of patents at Washington, I). C, unsurpassed success in obtains patents for all class es of invention. They make a specialty of rejected cases, and ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 26 June 1891

TT Ay. m n vol. i4 KINSLEY, KANSAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 2G, 1801. TJEMPERANCE DOTS Kln(.icr W. C T. V. Tiik Imiejictidtiit says, "Users of to bacco ought to know what ;i disinter ested authority says about the eiTeet-of the weed on. health. The authority is lr. J. AV.SSaii.ver, college physician and instructer in athfectiea at Yale. As the result oi hi.? observations for four, years he shov.a that of the members of the senior. class, the increase of lung capacity of non-users of. tobacco is 10 per cent greater tlian that of users; ami . that the percentage of increase in . height, ami weight is also in favor of the non-nsers." Jt is so clear that the habit is harmful- that young men who contract it do a very foolish as well as sinful thing. Tiik New Y.ouk Journal estimates that the people of that city succeed in disposing of 47.000,000 gallons of in toxicants everv year, that is, 1,50-1.00.0, ' 000 drinks. If the big Croton resei- voir at Forty-second street were filled with such beverapi....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 26 June 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KINSLEY, - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tiio Uaily New& WAiHINGTON NOTES. This next postal congress will be held at Washington in 1897. The treasurer's statement shows that the cash balance is &4 4,415,000, of which 82-3,029,000 U on deposit with the national banks and 820,25,000 is in fractional silyer, deducting which items the net cash balance is but 81,23.5,000, the lowest figure yet reached. Thk president has denied the applica tion for a pardon in the case of Eld ward Belden, convicted in Kansas of murder and sentenced to be hanged June SO. The President and Mrs. Harrison and their grandchildren have left Washing ton for Cape May, accompanied by Mrs. Dimmick, Mrs. Williams and Miss War field. ' The secretary of the interior has ap proved the contract for repairing the Cass Grande, a prehistoric ruin near Gila river in Arizona. The sum of S2, OO0 was appropriated by the last con gress. Secbetaht Noble has declined t...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 26 June 1891

TO YOUNG ilEX. Able Appeal to Young Men By Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage. Th Wtr of Sin Ktfr Had Christ Always -BoJidy to Receive the IteturnLng Prodl Sal The DitDger of lel Ciospel Pardon. In a late sermon at Brooklyn Rev. T. DeWitt T aim age especially appealed to young men. His subject was 'The Homesick Soul," and bis text was from the "Parable of the Prodigal Son." Luke xv. 18: "I will arise and go to ray father." Dr. Talmape said: ' There is nothing1 like hunger to take the energy out of a man. A hungry man can toil neither with pen nor hand nor foot. There has been many an army defeated not so much for lack of ammu nition as for lack of bread. Itwasthat fact that took the fire out of this young man of the text. Storm and exposure . will wear out any man's life in time, but hanger makes quick work. The mast awful cry ever heard on earth is the cry for bread. A traveler tells us that in Asia Minor there are trees which bear fruit looking very much like the long bean of our time. It is ...

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. — 26 June 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. IT HSSEY OKIGQ3. Entered fit tlie post office at Kiosiey as econd-cla6 tnallE.tter. 'FltlDAY. J L'JfE tS. 1891. To -grtrge'the market with cereals vill bring low prices. Phices of cereals lie entirely within their power the f tinners. Alliance picnics will be numerous in Kansas, on the Fourth of July. Tori-KA is to have a military acad ciny, to 1 o erected ut a cost of $i 00,-000. Alfalfa, coining tarue a Kansas. Lhout doubt, Is the; ass of southwestern The lif tli annual com palace festi val will be held in Houtx City, October 1st to 17th, 1891, inclusive. "W'iiilk the ilay frost did considerable damage to the grapes of this state, the :harvest promises to be enormous. Four hundred and forty-four was the number of patents issued to citi zens of the United States hist Aveek. Ik order to .protect themselves against wheat bears, the farmers of the west should exercise great judge ment in disposing of that creal. The prices lie entirely with them, and to rush to ma...

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. — 26 June 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. FRIDAY, JCNE 2, lh9l. TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPE K A & SANTA FE H. R. Schedule In effect, January 27tta. 1891. TRAIT'S GOING EASI, No. 4 New Vcrk Ex pr- CbioHfro Expreae. 9. Dep. . 4-:T- A M A rrivs :4tf a it Departs 7 A it fo. Hh-erEi)p? 4 :4-i p o. liiver Uiprms, Dtp f:i,i P M . . 4S LOvU.1 iYe gbl Dep S:17A M TKAr8 GOINO Wc.ST. 3 Mexico A "rtn Iiciro Fx Dep.. 5 Ihmivw ti I tan Ejc Arr '. " olorado ExpressAi-riv ?.. .. "7 " jep.. 4-" Local FrciF'it .N-i. 5, . ami m arc-Ha. C. K. X. w, Numhci 4" and 46duily except Sunday. -iiiier r ins clAily. C. K.&. V,', ft. H. TRAIXS AI1B1VIM P!ti)M THE EAST. No .'ill Aocommodarion 1:20 r. : TRAINS i01NG EAST. N. :t:i Ancorrnnodttiion 2:45 P, Duiiy except Sunday. C. K. SPCRGTK. Aorvx. U!:ii A M 9 p M -J :C: p M 1J.4D P M U :X) A M All 'Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs," contains all the letters i;i the alphabet. If The Graphic should prove a little more interesting than usual, this week, credit it to the fact t...

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. — 26 June 1891

END OF SAM WOOD. Hugoton, Kan. xLLi? Or A iuibn aajitu cklj.w. IhToabla Due to the County Seat War ITMofi Eventful Career mm a Pioneer of and Up to II U Untimely Death. IlrooxoJJ, Kan., Jane 24. This city Tvat til r own into a ferment yesterday hy tlie shooting of Col. Sam N. Wood "l.y James Brennan- CoL Wood was in - ttcadace upon the court, which is fitting Jaerey and pot into an altercation ivitfa UreuDan over the former troubles . rereoant; seat wars and Brennan de liberately shot Wood down, killing him almnirf. instantly. The murder of CoL 8. N. Wood, took 1 Knv. in me preneuve o xi no. was shot three times, dying in a few momenta. After the shooting: Brennan defied the officers and said that he would not be arrested by Sheriff Cann, of this county, but would allow Sheriff Weir, of Morton county, to take him, as he is a. citizen, of that county. The arrest was made and Brennan is now in charge of Sheriff Cann, who re ceived him from Weir directly after the ziraeat. Brennan is r...

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. — 26 June 1891

BARDSLEY'S APPEAL The Defaulter's Effort Clemency. to Secure EXPECTED SE5SATI05S C5BEYEL0PED He Defend Bla Conduct on the Gronnd . Thmt Hla Wron( Acts-Were Not For His Fenaul Reneflt Drew Bluntit For HU Rain. Philadelphia, June 24. JohaBards ley, ex-city treasurer, -who several days atro pleaded jjuilty of embezzlement of public funds, was brought from prison to court for sentence yesterday, but on motion of District Attorney Graham sentence was suspended indefinitely. The throng of regular attendants at the court of quarter sessions was sup plemented by men prominent in every walk of life, who had gone into the hot court room to witness what they thought was to be the crowning degra dation of the man whom a few months ago they gladly acknowledged, as their friend John Bardsley, the faithless treasurer of the city and self-confessed violator of the law. Two weeks ago when Bardsley pleaded guilty to the charges against him, the court fixed yesterday, as the time to pass sentence upon...

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. — 26 June 1891

-4 i f f THf. KINSLEY GftAPHiC. Fitip.vy. jus? as. 11. lieu, marine .and scratches of every j-inJ, on human 'or ary.niHls, cured in uLc.i by oouoru 3 Sanitary Ijotioii, This neye.v, fills. Titling .& Co. Sold, b.T, Maj.-.v years . rjietiee liivv given (4.. .a. Snow i Co. , Solicitors c,f -patents u vVushiutoii, D. C, unsurpassed success in obtains patents for all class es of invention. They., make a specialty of rejected cases, and .have secured al lowance cf many patents that have . been previously rejected. Their ad vertiSEtient in another column, will be of. inteiest to inventors, patentees, loanufacturers, and all who luive to do TvHh patents.. CoBiumption Cured. An old physician, retired from prac tice, haviii! had.place4 in his , hands by an Hast India, missionary the .form ula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and., permanent cure of Oonsumpticyi, Bronchitis, Asthma and all throat ai'ul lung affections, also a positive and .radical cure for Nervous Uebibty um'f ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 3 July 1891

VOL. 14 KINSLEY, KANSAS. PRIDAY, JULY a, 1891. NO. ,JG IDLE GATHERINGS. Interesting News as Reported from Various Localities. THE iLEXICA2f HUBDEBEB BEN TESCZD TQ 30 YEAE8 JJS THE FJEJJITEiSTIABY. A. t'Ofli-YKAK-IH.l) CHILD ON HOAKU . A UAl'iU MMVIMi T1UIN, NliAK COOLlUliK, Jl.MI'S Ofi- A l'rotectinjc Hand I.iugered Near. From tuc- ItouVe City Times. "A remarkable- incident occurred on the east-bound passenger tram, near Coolidge,Veduesday night. A woman and four-year-old child were oil the train, and the little one wandered, out tn the platform and fell off. It is not difficult to imagine the horror of the passengers and the agony of the mother when the child could not be found. 'The tram waa making thirty-live miles un hour at the time of the accident aiul no hope of escape from death was entertained. The train was stopped and tiie searching parties found the little one sitting quietly aial cooly near the track tree from either scratch or bruise. A Forgotten Celebrity, t'liim the ...

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. — 3 July 1891

THE KINSLEY GEAPHIO HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KINSLEY, - - - - - KANSAS. THE WOELD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. WASHINGTON NOTES. Acnxo Secrbtjlry Spauldixo has directed that uncurrent silver coin be sent to tbe New Orleans mint for re coinage .rom tbe following subtreas uries: From Boston S52.MM), from Chi cago Sl-42,000, from Cincinnati $14,000. from St. Louis 5137,000. from tbe United States treasury 512,000 and from New Orleans 58,000. Chief Post Ofpicb Ixspector Rath bone has tendered his resignation. Mr. Katbbone will be appointed fourth post mas ter-eeneraL Am important cabinet meeting' was held on the 26th. Tbe financial ques tion was discussed and changes agreed to in the treasury statement. New bullion would not be coined into silver dollars for some time, or until the mint had worked up the trade dollars. TirE international postal congress has decided that the next congress shall be held in Washington. Pebbond supposed to be well informed say the United States will...

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. — 3 July 1891

GONE ASTRAY. Or. T aim age Stands By the Ortho dox Gospel. Wuiderinj Away Like Lost Sheep ISut Re turning; to the Cold God Merry in Time of Need Chrlut the Saviour. In a recent sermon at Brooklyn Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage showed his adher ence to the old-fashioned Gospel and his firmness in orthodoxy. His subject was; "Astray, but Recovered," and his text, Isaiah, liii. 6: "All we like sheep have gone astray; and the Lord hath l&id on Him the iniquity of us all." Dr. Talmage said: Within ninety years at the longest all who hear or read this sermon will be in -eternity. During- the next fifty years you will nearly all be gone. The next ten years will cut a wide swath among the people. The year ls'Jl will to some he the finality. Such considerations make this occasion absorbing' and mo tnentuous. The first half of my text is an indictment: "All we like sheep have gone astray." Some one says: "Can you not drop the first word? That is too general; that sweeps too great a circle." Some ...

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. — 3 July 1891

Ssm THE KINSLEY. GRAPHIC. BT HENBY QRIQOS. Entered at the poet offloe at Kinsley aa cooi-ci8Lsa mail matter. FHIDAY. JOLT 3, 189L The national G. A- R. encampment Will be held at Detroit, Michigan, August 3rd to Sth, 1891. (Governor Humphret has directed Attorney-General J. X. Ives to bring inandamus proceedings to test the tight-hour law. The Western Kansas Ensign has fchanged locations, and will hereafter be published at Dodge City, with J. A. Clino at tlie helm. The fact that they have so much oil inake he Standard Company's sailing exceedingly sinoothe. They now con trol the European market. Ax exchange remarks that "defeat don't always end with a term of sena torship. Ingalls only gets $1 a bushel for his cherries while Dr. Bohrer gets $2 for his." A great many of our farmers will learn, when too late, that shipping grain to market immediately after cut und thrashed will produce low prices. "While the number of national banks has increased at the rate of more than 150 a year fo...

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