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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 3 July 1891

THE KIKSLEY GRAPHIC FRIDAY. JULY 3, 1881. TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPEKA & SANTA FB B. K. IScuedule In effect. January 27th, 1891. TAtlSB GOtNO EAST. No. New York Express, Dep.. tlZ-i A X m,inii'.n. ' Arrtvs 7:05 a m " Iepartt 7::i A M Now is ths time to buy your fruit jars, before our stock is broken. Later tn you will get leit on goous hiiu prices Roberts Bros. For one week only, we will sell tlie finest cbevse in the market at 10 certs per pound, in original packwges--t Koberts Bros. 8 Mo. Kiver Eraresa. '8 o. Hlvtr Eiyrt ss, Dep.... 4tS '4vocal FreiKbl Dt-p TRAINS OOJSO WERT. 4 3 Mexico ftSeiwDififO Ex Dep.. 5 Denver & L'tati Ex Arr.. 7 Colorado ExpiessArrlves. . 7 " Dep.. 45 Local Freight -40 p M &-.00 P M 8:17 A M 13.-25 A M . :S2 P M J2.-20 p m 12:40 p M 11:30 AM Many persona solely aim t lift the nail on the head, regartftess of the fact that tfee poUit wftl enter the heart of 'their best menus. All - Nos. 3, 4, 341 and 342 are via. O. K. & W. Numbers 45 and 46 ...

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. — 3 July 1891

1 - ' : ! " . . . i .. l , " rpor -! stanch Puritan and cavalier; cit Upon Atlantic's shore they cast "Their tat la life and anchored fast; The yoke of veil the fathers wore, ' TttM children's children gladly bore For love of thee, fair country, free l mountain top to boundless sea- America! America: i loyal hearts and courage strong r fought trio rising: tyrant, wrong. I freely their red life-blood gave, Th ration's future good to save. Stow brightly Independence day 'tirmet as through them with banners gav, And clangs Its bell, The note to tell Of Iffci 1 1 j we love so well America! America! Vt ye shall fond respect be done JsUoarnolila Washington .And tbose brave souls that shared with him ' The matket smoke and cannon din. Troth, freedom, honor, glory, might, Thlj wrote upon the banner bright That waved o'er them, Vair, starry Rem, Cur eoaatry's matchless diadem America America 1 f trong -onion 1 whose might overcame 'Opposing foes of noble fame, .AadM whose face intestine war ...

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. — 3 July 1891

A GRIEVOUS SORE. The Extinguishment of the Repub lic of Ilayti Desired. HIPPOLYTE'S LATE ATROCIOUS ACTS. The Balk of ths People Desirous or the Country Passing; Under Control of France or the United States. . Port au Prijcck, Jane 15. Now that 8. fortnight haj passed since the display which the Haitians emphatically call "the revolution of the 2Sth of May," we can see in the light of conclusive evi dence how insignificant the affair in it self really was, and how the blundering of the government has rendered it big . with serious consequences for the re public Briefly reviewed what does it all amount to? A design formed by a few young fellows to release from prison, by means of bribery, or force if neces sary, their relatives and friends who were arrested for political reasons, real or pretended, and who were sure to be put to death without any form of trial. There were two pistol shots and one poignard stab, which brought down the sentinel. the chief of the place and the jailer, an...

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. — 3 July 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. FHIDAY. JULY 5. 1891. BATTLE WITH AH ELK. TALKING CANARIES. fMthred Vrtm that iMrncd trae Lkae of Their l'roud Owner. It seems almost incredible -that a canary could be taught to speak; never- Vhelesa, there nave L-een wen auiaeuir GOOD OLD ESLflVANTS. A II u it tpr'B FhIIuu. Kscoiitr with Hock VVtUcJl U 1Aji.i1 Mooudod. Mr. l. C. Devereanjc, a nimrod of thaj neighborhood of Boise City, Idaho, re port an exciting- time with a wounded elk, yhile on a recant bunt along- th Snake river. These noble, ereaturei hare grown exceedingly rare of lata, years, owing to the assiduity with which, they have been hunted, end when seen at all in remote districts are so shy that it is with diiflculty hunters obtain a shot at Lbein. The party of which Mr. Dever caui. was a member had contented themselves with smaller fame, and it was with some surprise that they ran into a small herd of elk moving along liock creek, a small tributary of the Snake. Xo opportunity was afforded for ...

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. — 10 July 1891

: It l r i. VOL. U KINSLEY, KANSAS. FRIDAY, JULY 10, l$91, NO. v: t 1 z 1 3 V 1 ' ? J ! ? , .. J i ! ; . i j! r 1 REDUCE YOUR DENOMINATOR. Two Ta;t of Equalizing Atttlamcntt and IJeslres. . To most earnest people life Is hard and fast, and growing" . continually harder and faster, and to many it is be coming more and more a burning ques tion how they shall meet, like men and women, the demands of each day with out falling under the condemnation, of that law. It would be comparatively easy for the society fellows, if they had any deasire so to do, to settle their problem by following Carlyle's plan, and reducing their denominators. lie makes it very clear to all those who . have- passed beyond the stage of child hood, and consequently do comprehend the nature of a fraction an impossible thing for a child to do, because it lies in the region of relativity that our wishes and desires stand to our abilities, either pecuniary or mental, in the same rela tion as the denominator of a fract...

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. — 10 July 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KINSLEY, ----- - KANSAS. THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. WASHLXGTOX KOTE8. Tns president baa approved the rule and regulations prepared by the civil service commiuion which from October 1 next will govern in the appointment of Indian &gncy physicians, tuperin tendenta, assistant superintendecjs, teachers and matrons of the schoeLs. The rulM are in nearly all of their im portant features substantially the same as those governing the department ser vice g-enerally. The controversy over the reappoint ment of certain plate printers in the bureau of engraving- and printing' has resulted in an issue between the Knights of Labor and the Federation of Labor. Secretary Foster says that the matter has resolved itself into a controversy between the organizations and that there was nothing left for him to do at present. Tint president has left Washington for Cape May, JJ. J., and for the next five or six weeks will transact all the...

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. — 10 July 1891

XESSOX OF THE IiAINS. Dr. Talmage Finds Much Good in tho Storms. Th Itain a Child of God The Lord'i Super vision Over the KmsUmt Thlnjr Relief in the Ram of Tears Weeping; For Joy. In a recent sermon at Brookiy Hv. T. DeWitt Talmage took the weather lor his subject. His text was: "Hath -the rain a father?" Job, xxxviii. 2a lie said: This Book of Job has been the sub ject of unbounded theological 'wrangle. Men have made it the ring in which to -display their ecclesiastical pugilism. Some say that the Book of Job is a true history; others tnat it is an allegory; -others that it is an epic poem; others that it is a drama. Some say that Job lived 1,800 years before Christ, others that he never live at all. Some say the author of this book was Job; others David; others Solomen. The discussion has landed some in blank infidelity. Now, I have no tronble with the Books -of Job or Revelation the two most mysterious books in the Bible because ; -of a rule I adopted some years ago. I wade down...

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. — 10 July 1891

THE KIKSLEY GRAPHIC. EY HENBY QHIGQS Entered at the 'post office at Kinsley as 'Beeond-Oiass mail matter. FHIDAY. JCLY 10. 1891. The immigration into the United States, sinws lS21,ba3 been. 16,000,000 people. TcitKEY has taken steps looking to official representation at the Chicago World's Tair. The Ilussinn government has con sented to take part in the World's Fair at Chicago. It costs the tax payers ot Canada inillion a year to keep up the regal court of the governor general, of Ottawa. New wheat ia coming iu slowly to -market, and commands only moderate prices, owing to the bad condition it is in. The damp weather has not helped those "Alio are in haste to market their crop. Thk Kansas City Times remarks that "the old republican crowd in Kansas propose to stand aside and let the young crowd wrestle with the giant alliance next fall. If the farm ers do not have a regular snap every one will be surprised including even the young crowd." Thk administration is in a pickle with the la...

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. — 10 July 1891

THE KINSLEY CF.APHIC. fglBAI, JCLT 10. 1S81. TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPEKA Sc SANTA FEU. M.-beduLe in effect, January 27th. 1891. Xature suggests tliatout of dire con fusion springs peaces for after the ter rific storm and icy blast, the sun's rays will break through the clouds in all their glory and shower, warmth upon at!. YKAIK8 GOING BAST. Dep.. . . . Arrives . ..Le parts ' Dep.". . . 4:35 A u 7 :oft A M ;St A M 4:tO p M 5:J V M 8:47 A M No. New Vcrk K.xpresa, " 6 Chioairo Eiprt-si. -J 8 Mo. Hirer Rrpress " -o. Klver bnpress, 4i Local Freight Lep TRAINS OOISO WFT. " 3 Mexico & Sans D'eco E.t Hep 5 IX-aver Utah Ex Arr 7 Colorado KxpreadArnvt-. . .. .. - .. .. ep " 45 Local Frcifc-bt . Nns. S, 4, U41 ar-.l U4: urc via. C. K. Sc W Numbers 45 and 46-laiiy except Sunday. 9tiier trvies daily, C. K. 6c W, tt. K. TRAINS AICKI VINO ritOM THE BAST. i0. 341 Accommodation 1:20 P. M TIIAIN8 GOING EAST. Sn. flfcj Aronmmodatioa 2:45 .M Duiiy except Sua.Uy. C F. SPCEGIN. AOENt. The Mails. Mis...

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. — 10 July 1891

BARDSLEY SENTENCED. - VfaUadelphia's Defanltlt&a- Trauwtr Clvea Fifteen Vart in the I'emtett iry. Philadelphia, July 5. John Bards ' ley, ex-city treasurer of Philadelphia, -was brought Into- court yesterday before Judge Wilson to undergo sen "tence for the confessed crimes of loan ing', speculating with and receiving1 in terest on public funds intrusted to his care as chief fiduciary officer of the municipality. As when Bardsley before faced the court, he was not placed in -Xfae dock, but was allowed to sit beside 1ua counsel. The fact that Bardslef 5? JO UK BARDSLEY. ronld be sentenced was not gen- kUy known, so that when District Attorney Graham arose to ask that sen tence be passed upon the prisoner there vere not moro than fifty people in the oart room. The district attorney spoke briefly. He denied Bardsley's conten tion, made in his statement to the'court sm. week ago, that the ex-treasurer had root misappropriated a dollar. Mr. 'Griham showed that by Bardsley's own .stat...

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. — 10 July 1891

DEATH'S HOEROE. Fearful Railroad Disaster at Ra venna, O. A Freight Dashes Into Crowded Pmin (cr Train Nearly Fifty People Killed ud IiJ nred Many of the Tte tims Bnrnedi Rjk.vzxxA. O., July 4. This station was the scene early yesterday morning1 of one of the most appalling' railroad accidents which ever occurred in the state of Ohio. At S o'clock the vesti buled night express train on the New York, Pennsylvania & Ohio, which bad come to a stop here, was run into by a fast train and almost totally demol ished, the wreck instantly taking- fire. Nineteen people were instantly killed and twelve maimed and injured in the awful disaster. Two miles from Ravenna the New York, Pennsylvania fe Ohio and Cleve land & Pittsburgh roads cross. When the New York, Pennsylvania Sc. Ohio express reached this crossing- it was delayed for a considerable length of time. Behind the express and thundering along at a rapid rate was a refrigerator train, used to transport meat and accustomed to cove...

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. — 10 July 1891

THE HIN5LEY GRAPHIC iKIDAY, JULY 10. iel. NCJENT BOOK3. i Volumes gttdclel with Gtmi ud Costing i KooriuotiB Sums of Money. Through tfcut long- dark stretch of a thou.-iiiml years lying between the fifth 'and fifteenth centuries the greatest luxuries were books. !?o costly were they that it was next to impossible for any but the richest to procure euch ex j pensive treasures, the more's the pity, since but inches of information, so to ; speak, remain to tell the story their worth ajn the tale of wonderful garniture, both binding and ornamenta tion revealing the peculiarly rich and I varied handicraft then in vog-ue. Much o the transcribing of the period 'was done Vy residents of religious houses; boards of hard wood, over : which leather was stretched, inclosed theso precious treasures, and further protection by metallic corner pieces and mabsive claps preserved the leaves from injury. Eiterary treasures intended for royal households and ecclesiastical dignita ' ries, and copies. fo...

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. — 17 July 1891

i . VOL. U KINSLEY, KANSAS. FHIDAY,' JULY IT, IS91. NO. y$. A TEXAS MAZEPPA. One of the Tragic Incidents of HeiUu Kule. Among' the tragical events that, writ ten in blood upon the page of the his tory of Texas early struggle for liberty, make it one of the most glorious in the annals of the world, there is none mora thrilling or terrible than the fate of Dr. James Grant. In the person of this un fortunate settler was repeated the fa mous story of the ride of the Pole Ma zeppa, but for Grant there was no res cue, and be was torn to pieces after a mile or two by the raffing, maddened animal to which he was bound. Grunt was a Scotchman by birth, and had been educated for a physician, but, owing1 to ill-health, was obliged to leave Scotland for a milder climate, and final ly settled in Mexico, of which country he became, for the sake of expediency, a naturalized citizen, and in 1825 bought a, large tract of land in the neighbor hood of Parras. In the management of this property he gave ...

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. — 17 July 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KIXSLEY, KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Sally News. WASHINGTON NOTES. Gaittemai.a. is reported to be prepar ing to arrange for reciprocity treaties with both the United States and Mexico. Seceetaby Edse will leare Washiny- ton to be absent four or fire weeks, during which time he will visit a num ber of Grand Army post meeting's and attend some of the state agricultural fairs. The remainder of his time will be spent at his home in Wisconsin. James S. Van Vrankix, paymaster's clerk in the g-eneral storehouse of the Norfolk nary yard, and J. II- Creston, another clerk, hare been arrested for b teal in? composition metal and other goods from the gorernment of the esti mated value of $10,000. Nebeckkk, treasurer of the United States, does not intend to resign. He says the statement to that effect is en tirely false. Secret art- Foster says he will not reply to Powderly's communication on the plate printer discharges. lie con sider...

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. — 17 July 1891

3 GOSPEL WITNESSE& T5r. Talmags Talks to a Large Audi ence In ICentucxky. Skeptics Answered Ut Modern Wonders UtId( Wltncue to the Truth of the Ulble Value of Faith Power of Religion. EeT. T. DeWitt Talmae preached to ra large concourse of people recently at the historic camp , ground at High "Bridge, Ky. Ilia text was from Acts :iiL 15: "We are witnesses." The preacher said: Standing amid the hills and groves of Kentucky, and before this great multi tude that no man can number, most of whom I never ss.w before and never -will 6ee again in this world. I choose a -very practical theme. In the days of George Stephenson, the perfector of the locomotive engine, the scientists -proved conclusively that a railroad -train could never be driven success fully without peril; but the rushing ex press trains from Liverpool to Edin burgh and from Edinburgh to London Ihave made all the nation witnesses of "the splendid achievement. Machinists .and navigators proved conclusively that -a steame...

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. — 17 July 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. by HEirrtY oaioas. Entered at tbe poet ofSce at Kinsley es .eeond.-c-las mail mutter. FHIDAT, JCLV 17. HVl. JIuw aViout your gnisshoi'pers, anyhow? Something is bound to come out of this ado. Xow mind! It would, it it could but it can't do it, you kumv: AsvrAL meeting of tlie school board, Thursday, the Soth. Ik fecundity of vegetation, this val ley is equal to the famous valley of the Nile. McKinlky vs. Campbell is the trial on in Ohio. The finding will be for defendant. GoviciiNoit Cam phell, of Ohio was Je-nominated, aDd it will still be Gov ernor Campbell. "Vrrn three tickets in the field, Kansas may well expect lively times thi.-i fall politically. Time alone will tell whether the people's party did the right thing by refusing to fuse with the demociats. Don't say electrocution. There is no authority for the use of the word and there is no analogy to justify its coinage. The city of Toeka has whole blocks devoted to drug stores, the principal revenues of wh...

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. — 17 July 1891

TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPE K A & SANTA FER. ! 4-cbedule in effect. January 27th. 1-31. THAIS.S COINC1 EAST. No. 4 Xew Vcrk Express, Dep. . 4:"V;a Cbica! Express :::;H:- . X Mo. KiTpr Exprf s 4 I m 8 o. Kiver Exprcs:-. ltp 6:) 1' M 4G Local Freight. lK'p fc:-17A M TRAINS COIM5 WEST. 3 Mexico Jc Fan !(--' Ex Dep.. 12:2". A M ' 5 Denver J; I'lah K-v Arr 9:;iP M 7 Colorado Express A rriv.-s . . . . VZ:-') e M 7 1 .-p . . P M " 45 Local Fritrht il :Ja m Nos.3, 4, ail tnd :'Ai aro via. C. K. & W. Numler8 45 and 4Sdn itaur tr ins daily. LOCAL NEWS. Mailt Selmaterly, the jeweler. Our inside pages prove more inter esting each issue. Change of office hours in the "mails" on Sunday; 2 to 3 instead of to 4. John Marsh the grain dealer, banks on thi.- country every time. A dissat- siled farmer sold him, last yitn. twenty two acres of rve and twentv acres of wheat for 535. The pram has been harvested and will yield about 1.000 bushels, all told, off of this small tract. There is nothing li...

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. — 17 July 1891

SENSATIONAL CHARGES. The Alleged Confession of Phila delphia's Late Treasurer.. . rdleys Story of HI Defalcation Tha JKeTitsnt Hanlc r ail a re mil the Parties Who Bled It -A Statement by Wuunuker. Pbiladelfiiia, July 11. The sub committee of the finance committee of ' the city council inquiring- into the fail ure of the Keystone national bank and Xbe affairs of ex-City Treasurer Bards ley, held a protracted session yesterday -afternoon. The 'main witnesses were Jlobert McWade, city editor of the Pub lic Ledger; William McKean, editor in ciiief of the same paper, and Postmaster-General Wanamaker. The tes timony, of McWade and McKean had reference to two statements obtained by the former from Bardsley on June 18 and 19 four days before the accused city treasurer made his public state anent in court when brought up for sentence. McWade was the first witness. He said in answer to questions that he went to the county prison on Thursday, June 18, and interviewed the impris oned ex-city t...

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. — 17 July 1891

LIVING IN FEAR." Americans Hardly Dare to Breathe in HaytL SO THE SEW YORK WORLD SAYS. The Tjrmnt Illppolyt Kedy to Shoo ETr White Mao-Thi Sight of a War Ship Would He Delightful Douf lui Not Liked. New York, July 15. The World prints a letter from Port-au-Prince, Hayti, under date July 1 contaiainf the following': Free speech is almost impossible and criticism of the government is made only by Americans among' themselves in secret places and then they are sus picious almost of each other. The natives are most insolent and insulting1 to Americans even in the public streets and take pride in showing- their feel ings. Every American here is in jeopardy all the time, not barring old residents. American war ships ought to be here. ISo one has seen the Kearsarsre for a long time and the United States con sul here does not know where she is. Some say Hippolyto would not hesitate . to shoot an American if he gravely of fended the eovernment. These men to whom 1 talked are sober, sensible m...

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. — 17 July 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. i'lilDAi'.JULY J7, WjI. FEIGNED DISEASES. JSKam Ailment Affected for Vftrloai Fur MMM. Human nature is somewhat given to 'playin the old soldier." Charity is lestowed every day upon blind men who can seen, cripples who can dance, mutes who can talk and feeble invalids capable of shouldering' and walking olT with a quarter of beef should a favora ble opportunity present it. This species of humbug- is not, however, confined to any particular rank or phase of life. It has always pervaded, to a certain ex tent, all classes of society, and has been practiced for a preat variety of pur poses. Ulysses, having married a pretty young' woman, about the time of the commencement of the Trojan war. feig-ned madness to avoid being1 "drafted" for that enterprise; the elder I'rutus played idiot for political iur poses, and "Hotspur' fathor, olj Northumberland, Lay crafty sick, " when he oujfht to have been on tho field of Shrewsbury. Columns might be filled with the names of di...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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