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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 24 July 1891

VOL. U KINSLEY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JULY 24, IS91. NO. LW. FIRESIDE FRAGMENTS. Pictures are now frequently hung with ribbons of a color harmonizing with the decorative motive of the room. Mildewed lincna may be restored by soaping the spots and while wet cover ing them with powdered chalk. The sauce par excellence for broils is mushroom ketchup; and the garnish crisp lettuce, watercress or endive. For roasted potatoes, take either small potatoes, raw, of an even size, and peel them; or scoop little balls out of large potatoes, with the help of a po tato cutter. The water drained from macaroni, cabbage or any vegetable, simmered with the bones from roast beef, a little boiled rice, a bit of onion, and thicken ing of flour, makes a good, palatable soup. All woolen goods dye well. Silk, while it never looks quite as well aa when new, can be very nicely colored so as to answer many purposes. Irish poplins color well, but usually shrink considerably. Fruit Cake: One pound of sugar, one pound...

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. — 24 July 1891

THE EDJ3LET.GEAPHI0 HENRY CRfCCS, Publisher. KIXSLEY,- - - - - r - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily Newt WASHINGTON NOTES. Italians held a meeting in Washing ton recently to urge their native gov ernment to participate in the world's fair. Acting on an opinion given by Attorney-General Miller the first comp troller of the treasury has decided that the judges and omcers of the court of private land claims are entitled to an allowance for all actual expenses. They will, however, receive no sal . aries until their appointments have been confirmed. The postmaster-general has appoint ed Marvin D. Wheeler, of ftew York, to be post office inspector in place of Efctes Bath bone, appointed fourth as sistant postmaster-general. Thb secretary of the treasury has is sued a call on national depositories for nearly 84,000,000 of government funds in their possession. This amount is '. distributed among forty-two banks. Pkksidknt Harkisox and party will visit W. J. ArkelL, of Judge,...

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. — 24 July 1891

OHIO DEMOCRATS. Oov. Campbell Renominated the First Ballot. on :rh IMitfof m Declares for Tarter Beform and DeDoimces the Demonctfxatloa of Silver ToaD Allan Tharman Ad dresses the Convention. Ci.EVEr.AJfD, O., July 16. One of the '.largest and and at the same time most inharmonious conventions ever assem bled in the, history of the Ohio democ racy met in this city at 10:30 o'clock -yesterday morning. The convention was called to order 'lay Chairman Norton, of the state ceo , tral committee Allen W. Thurman -wras elected temporary chairman. . Mr. Thurman on assuming1 the chair, -said: "Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the -Convention: Iu his speech nominating1 ' Mr. McKialey, Gov. Forakcr said that even the wiles of the devil seemed un- ;able to kill the democratic party, which undoubtedly meant that it will never toe destroyed by the republican party. .Evidently the fact must have occurred to him that this grand old democratic Tparty has seen the birth, the growth :and deajth of every...

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. — 24 July 1891

. THE KIKSLEY GRAPHIC. BY HENBV GB1Q03. Entered at the post o!Hce at Kinsley as Second-class mail matter. FKIDAY, JL-LY 24, 181H. Kaxsas raiil; third in the produc tion of zinc; seventh in lead. A Jackson county young man, aged twenty-five years, took his first ride on the curs the other day. The unveiling of the Gen. Stone wall Jackson monument took place Tuesday, at Lexington, Kentucky. Youxo IJeleiex, who was to be executed at Wichita, to-Uay, has bad his sentence commuted to imnrison ineiit for life. SiiUKETAitv Husk is to attend the nniiu.il enciii)pri.ent of the G. A. li., at .Detroit, next month, and he is t-xpected to help fix up things for Mr. Hanisoii with the old soldiers. Stay away from the northwest is the advice given to all by luany responsible parties. Good land not easily obtainable and the country over-run with laborers, is the genera cry. Tun patrol in the Behring sea will consist of six vessels furnished by the United .States government, and three cruisers by Eng...

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. — 24 July 1891

TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPEKA & SANTA FE U. K. fscbedule in effect. January C7t'a. I2al. TI1AINS GO I Mi EAST. No. 4 Nrw York Express, Dep.. 4 :." A M Mo. Kiver Esores ... 4 :4- f S o. Kiver Cipro-. Icp i't Local Freight iXp TRAINS GOING WKsT. :t Mexico 4 SsiijIHi-bo Kv Hep. 5 Denver I fan Ex Arr...... ' 7 (.olo ratio E.vprvssAirivi-s . . .. "7 " I--c;.. ' 45 l-ocnl Freight ; :i. A M 12 :05 A M 1 i :C0 1 M :4.i P M . U-.:a m ' 'Site. 3. 4, 3U and 1U2 are via. C. K. i; W. N'tirolio" 45 and Itidaily except Sunday. All i t.tu-r t i lis. d :i i 1 v. ! C. K.i W, R K TRAINS AHUIVING FitO M THE EAf T. Nq 241 Accommodation 1 :i0 P. M TRAINS UOlNi; t.V.-T. No. ;U2 Accommodation 2:15 P. s llaily except Sunday. C. F. SPT'IteilN, Aoest. Tte Mails. ILK A. IJEI'ART 6 A. M. ARRIVE CP.V Tuesday ' I liursday Saturday Monday ..... .. v e'tne-bd.ty F.-iday.... OFUCE BfttHS. flatly (except Sunday! 8 a. m. to 7 P. M sunday Up. M. to 4 p. m Money Order imd lipjrititrj-. . . 9 a. m. io 5 p. m CLOSINCJ O...

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 July 1891

XjESSONS of value. :Zr. Talmsnre Discourses on the Beauties of Home Influences. JjaunbrancH Called I'p Br Chmlrn Telt Taemnt The Voices or the Children tile Sweetest M ajtlc Preparing For tike Future Home In a late sermon at Lakeside, O., Rev. "T. PeWitt Talmage, of Brooklyn, N. Y., took for his subjeet "The Vacant Chair." His text was from I Samuel, mx. IS: "Thou shalt be missed, because thy seat shall be empty." lie said: Set on the table the cutlery and the -chased silverware of the palace, for Xing' Saul will jive a state dinner to--lay. A distinguished place is kept at the table for his son-in-law, a celebrated warrior, David by name. The guests, jeweled and plumed, come in and take their places. When people are invited -to a. king's banquet they are very apt to go. But before the covers are lifted from the feast Saul looks around and finds a vacant seat at the table. lie bays within himself, perhaps audi bly: "What does this mean? Where is my son-in-law? Where is David, the gr...

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 July 1891

GEN: JACKSON. TTnveUiue of a. Monument to Confederate General. the LEX15GT05, VI, IS HOLIDAY ATTIRE. Conception and Description of the Moon mei Bio and Gray fraternize Orer the Event Forty Thousand Present. Lexington. Va., July 22. Three de cades ago yesterday. 40, 000 men fought upon the fields of Manassas in the valley of the Virginia. Two-thirds of them wore the blue and the rest the gray. The men of the north were commanded by Pope, the men of the south by a shy and eccentric Presbyterian deacon whose shoulder straps indicated that the title of brigadier-general belonged to him. It was just after the fiercest liour in the conflict, and when the boys in gray, overpowered by superior num bers, were about to flee from the field, that a captain pointed to the brigade commanded by the Presbyterian deacon and cheered the faint hearts of the rank and file with the exclamation, "Here is Jack son standing- like a stone wall." And the retiring soldiers retraced their steps V. J 9TOKCWALL ...

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 July 1891

'i-liH!A.,5tLX ' APPEARANCES AGAINST HIM. llieinuii of a Prohlbitionlat Who W Escorting Two inebritefc One of the ablest of the tutors in leading- New England eolleg-e was at the same time an uncompromising- foe to every thing of the character of strong drink. He not only practiced all the teach ing's of the prohibition science in his own person, but never allowed an op portunity to pass unused of publicly de claring against intoxicating beverages and general dissipation. Hence his standing in the matter was particular ly well known. His rigidity of views on this subject, however, did not prevent his owning to several little hobbies and a goodness of heart that sometimes had the effect of taking the moral partly out of his pre cepts. One of these hobbies was his ardent love of botany, and his gentleness of nature came out in his overlooking and hiding- many of the collegians' little faults. One morning early he was returning from a botanizing1 excursion, when by the roadside he saw ...

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. — 31 July 1891

4 TXPQT TTr u ir Ma )i jijijiAa :' I " VOL. U KINSLEY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JULY" 31, 1391. NO. 40. 1 f . f; - 1 r; 4 t WHAT A DAUGHTER COSTS. J i.ouuDdt xon.a r to I-mTinch IIr Cpoa tlifc Sea of Matrimony. Since tho accumulation of large for runes in this country, and notably in 17 ew York, and the establishment of a moneyed aristocracy, one of the great cxt problems presented to rich parents is the marrying of their daughters. To -.he father it is as much concern as hla affairs in stocks, and to the mother it is a matter of daily care. The daughter is no sooner bom than her future becomes a subject for reflection. In a few weeks it la known whether she will be plain or pretty. If she is plain that means the expenditure of a good-sized fortune -o take her after years to the bridal altar. If she is pretty the parents are jubilant, for her future can pretty well ake care of itself. Wealthy New York parents make it a point of surrounding' their daughters with all the form and luxury that f...

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. — 31 July 1891

1 1 I I II TTnTflTTTir rT itittto' J.XJJLJ Xlli i lilWlTIiAU. HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KINSLEY, ----- - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Dally Nswu. WASHINGTON NOTES. Tbi citizens of Washington are in the field for the. grand army encampment in 1893. Thk agents of the Chilian congres sional party in Washing-ton discredit the report of recent engagements off Huasco and also the report that the Esmeralda fired on the French vessel Volta. Secrktart of Agriculture Rusk denies that he has issued any quaran tine laws discriminating' against Ten nessee, as was alleged. Thk comptroller of the currency has approved the selection of the Missouri national bank of Kansas City as a re serve agent for the Cowley county na tional bank of Win field, Kan. Col. Fred Bbaceitt, chief clerk of the treasury department, has tendered his resignation, to take effect Septem ber 1. He has been made special agent of the treasury department under sec tion 12 of the act creating the world's fair relati...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 31 July 1891

CHRISTIAN WORKERS. Xr. Talmage Givea Some Good Ad vice to Church Laborers. .a.ga-resslveuess in Soul Saving Sfeeessary Tlme For Work Krlaf at Beat Wek am or the Cliorrhn Christians En coarased to March on. In a recent sermon delivered to the Thautauqua assembly at Madison, Wis., Eev. T. DeWitt Talmage discoursed upon the necessity of Christian workers being aggressive. His text was Esther :iv. 14: "Who knoneth whether thou art come to the kingdom for such a time as this?" Dr. Talmage said: Esther, the beautiful, was the wife of .Ahasueros, the abominable. The time iiad come for her to present a petition to her infamous husband in behalf of "the Israelitish nation, to which she had once belonged. She was afraid to un dertake the work, lest she should lose Jher own life; but her uncle, Mordecai, who had brought her up, encouraged Mier with the suggestion that probably -she had been raised up of God for that peculiar mission. "Who knowest -whether thou art come to the kingdom for such ...

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. — 31 July 1891

THE KIESLEY GRAPHIC. BY HEHBY QBIQ03. Entered at the post office at Kim Icy as second-claaa mall matter. FKIDAY, JOLY31. 1S9L Tnis evidently will be an off year in fusion. Tub New Jersey girl who eloped With a chinaman certainly took the wrong cue. That little earthquake in Indiana, the other day, was only a premonition of the one that is prophesied for 1S92. Ik Europe they are talking about the feasibility of making sailors out of women. The idea will never become popular with the women of America, because the first duty of a sailor is obedience. ' 'The republican party is in bad shape at the north," writes a republican correspondent of the Mew York Tribune. lie ruijjht just as well have added east. west and south, for the g. o. p. is in bad shape everywhere. This address of the democratic editors of Kansas proclaims sound doctrine. It is admirable. The con trast between a socialism or state des potism pushed to an extreme, and the limited erovernment of genuine de m- ocracy la sta...

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. — 31 July 1891

TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPEKA ft SAKTA FEH.E. Schedule in effect. January 27th. 1691. TKAISS GOIKG EAST. No. 4 New York Express. Tieg , 4: a m " n Chicago Expross. -j Doparta 7:25 a m ' t Mo. Biver Express. ........ tltli P S a m ivivr Vinr. Dep.... f .IV f M id iioi ppiVhr I)r-ri 8;4 A M LQCxL NEWS. Miss Eva Foree is visiting in the country, this week. Mrs. Van Horn spent Friday and Saturday in Lamed. Miss Minnie from Tope k a. Young is in the city I " . Tf T T . ; TTfnkU.n .. r.oiNO wcst. 1 tester auiiuni m uj. uu.umuu 8 Mexico & sanDi"po Ex Dep..-i2:9s a m ! Saturday on business. c ........... i-tnh V.x Arr S:62P M 1 T Colorado Express Arrives. . 12 :2 P M - Dep.. 12:40 P M - 45 Local Frviffkt ii:uam K. S, 4. 341 and Mi are via. C. K. & W. Numbers 45 and 45 daily except Sunday. All atber trains daily, C. K. 3c W, R. K. T SAINS ARRIVING FHOM IHS EAST. JSo 841 Accommodation 1:20 P. M TRAINS OOtva EAST. No. 34J Aceommodnrion 2:45 P. M Daily except fiumlay. C. F. SPCRGIN. AGENT...

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. — 31 July 1891

4V"" 1 1 FUSION OPPOSED. ; Kansas Democrat' o Editors De clare For Standing Alone. nettioM of Kmtloaal Moment to He Con tended For Kurmrr' Complaints Leaf Thte of the Dsmocncj A Itiiijr Ing A. J dress. Toi'F.K A, Kan., July 28. The editors -of democratic papers of the state were Jiere yesterday for the purpose of con rfddcring the policy of the party and the preparation of an address. At night a grand banquet was served at the Throop. Judge John Martin, of this eity, was master of ceremonies and toasts were responded to as follows: The Democracy of Thomas Jefferson -and Andrew Jackson," response by .Judge Charle-4 W. Blair; "The Victory of 1890 and Its Lessons," response by lion. John A. Eaton; "The Campaign of 18912 and Its Issues," response by Hon. W. C. Perry; "The Democracy of the Future," response by Hon. James Humphrey; "Tariff Reform Downward and Free Silver," response by Hon. S. A. Riggs; "The Democrats of Kansas," response by ex-Gov. George W. Glick; "The YouDjr Democracy,"...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 31 July 1891

FATED EXCURSIONISTS. Disastrous Wreck of Trains Filled With Merry KxcursioniatB. WlTty PtrwH Killed and Injured By a Col lision 'ear Dayton. O Awful C'ollisloa Between Eieanlm Trlnc la Frmnee Forty-nine Killed. Dattox, O., July 3T. While a Cincin nati. Hamilton Sn Dayton excursion train of fourteen ears were returning from a picnic at Woodsdale park, a freight train crashed into it at Middle town at S o'clock Saturday evening' and killed and wounded fifty persons. The excursion train broke do vu and pulled into a siding- to repair. While lying1 there it was run into by a freight train. The cars were packed full of people and were plowed into a mass of broken cars and dead and crippled humans. Some passengers who were on the train came home at midnight by the Big Four express and said that seven per sons were killed and scores of others lost limbs and arms and were injured otherwise. News of the disaster spread over the city like wild tire, and the depot was filled with anxious perso...

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. — 31 July 1891

THE HIWiLEY GRAPHIC fltlDAV, JCLT 31, 1881. PLEA.-JtT KIOGK NOTES. IlKONCLAO.l Com will be good. The hay crop will be large. Whuts the matter with justice? Tom Kintner says his oats will yield lifty bushel to the acre. Harvest is over and the golden grain is now receiving a thrashing. The Sunflower alliance know3 how to cater for us hungry hayseeds. How good and pleasant it i3 for brethem to dwell together in harmony. I take time by the forelock, and announce that I will not be a candi date for county treasurer, as I have no desire to migrate to Canada. "Keddy" West makes a first-class executive officer. Who knows but what Uro. West may become the pres ident of a railroad yet, or school director. Alex. Montgomery showed me a large roll of county Bcript, which, like the sin-sick sinner, knows not that its redeemer liveth. Uncle Sam used to pay us wariors in similar shinplasters, and yet we never squealed. The habit of employers paying men for work in a worthless currency, or script, ...

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. — 7 August 1891

s V 1 Time Like This Demands Strong Minds, Great Hearts, True Faith and Beady Ilandt VOL. 14 KINSLEY, KANSAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7 IS91. NO. 41. y. in cription WHAT A" DAUGHTER COSTS. Thousand Nmuarr to launch Her Upon the Sen of Matrimony. Since the accumulation of large for tunes in this country, and notably in New York, and the establishment of a moneyed aristocracy, one of the great est problems presented to rich parents is the marrying- of their daughters. To the father it is as much concern as hid affairs in stock, and to the mother it ia a matter of daily care. The daughter is no sooner born tnan her future becomes a subject for reflection. In a few weeks it is known whether she will be plain or pretty. If she is plain that means the expenditure of a pood-sized fortune to take her after years to the bridal altar. If she is pretfy the parents are jubilant, for her future can pretty well take care of itself. Wealthy New York parents make it a point of surrounding their daughters wi...

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. — 7 August 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC HENRY CRICCS, Publisher. KINSLEY, - - - - - KANSAS. THE WOULD AT LAEGE. Summary of tiio Daily News. ! WASHINGTON NOTES. I Commissioner Morgax has satisfied Archbishop Ireland that no discrimina tion will be made against Catholic la dian schools, tboutrh no further con tracts will bo mada through the bureau of missions. The president has removed the disa bilities of Capt. Arraes. ine captain, it will be remembered, got into trouble bv nullintr Gov. Beaver s nose over matters growing out of President Har rison's inauguration. The act of congress providing for the adjudication of Indian depredation claims by the federal court of claims willthrow a large amount of business on that body. Already more than 3,500 cases have been filed. The president has accepted the resig nation of Joel B. Erhardt as collector of the port of New York and has desig nated J. Sloat Fas sett, of Elmira, N. Y. , as his successor. Jonw E. Heall, real estate expert, testified before the Rock C...

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. — 7 August 1891

LESSONS FROM RUTH. XT. Talmage Discourses on Value of Misfortunes. the TrooMn s a Developer of Hin'i Nature Blraslncs of Friendship LurlnjE Ailvcr. sity Tim Kariuur'l iperiencc Cileanlngf For the Harvest. Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, during his -western trip, recently preached at Olen wood Springs, Col., to an immense audience. His text was from Ruth ii. 3: "And she went and came and gleaned in the field after the reapers; and her hap was to light on a part of the field Belonging- unto Boaz who was of the kindred of Klimelech." The preacher said: The time that Ruth and Naomi ar rived at Bethlehem is harvest time. It was the custom when a sheaf fell from a load in the field for the reapers to re fuse to gather it up; that was to be left for the poor who might come that way. It there were handfuls of grain scat tered across the field after the main harvest had been reaped, instead of -raking it, as farmers do now, it was, by the custom of the land, left in its place, .so that the poor, com...

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. — 7 August 1891

11 it -r ! THE KIKSLEY GRAPHIC. BZ'TV- n. rsEircH. Entered at the pot- office at Kinsley second-class mail matter. FHIDAY. AOGC6T Jj 1891. VALEDICTORY. Our many readers will be surprised it the announcement of anotherchange ia the management of The Giiaphic. The paper, since its birth in 1877, has maintained itself with dignity through out a varied experience of usefulness, under a rhytLmitl management. Its complexion, poetically, Las suffered (?) its maiden beauty, and witnesses the recording of three faiths in its history. It has ever been the high aim of the retiring management since-the advent to the helm, two a-ad a half years ago, to supply tue people, at all times, with a .superior local sheet. The liberal patronage given assures us that the time has not been wasted, our success being highly satisfactory. The new management takes hold at once, and for them we wish success and the continued lavors of a large constituency. We bid adieu, tem porarily, to the newspaper business, ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
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