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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 7 August 1891

r v TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPEKA 4t SANTA FE K. E. Schedule in effect-. January 27th." laOl. TKA1NS OOINO KA8T. No. 4 New Vork Express, Dep.. 4:,5 A u . a t?..i-, CJ ' ....Arrives 7:f.rA m " 6 Chicago Express. .. .Uepurla T;js.A m JIo. uiver Express i:wp m ' K i . Kiver Express, Iep 6:00 Pm 4ti laical FreitfhL lcp fc:47Aic TRAINS OOINO TftST. " 3 Mexico & Snn DWt'0 Ex Iep.. 12:2T M 5 Denver & Ftub. Ex Arr !::" p u V toloraUo E.xpreasArrive.. - 1J:1 p m t 7 "Jx-p.. lii-.tapM 4.1 I,ncal Freight il:lM Nos. 3. 4, -HI anl 1MJ are via. C. K. & W. Numbers 45 and 4'idaily except Sen-lay. All TtUer trains daily, C. K. & W, 11. II. TI1AISS AHRIVISfi FKOMTIIEIAST. "Ko. Gil Accoirmioilation 1:20 p. M TRAINS OOISG EAST. No. 312 AM-ommotlatfon !i:4"lp. M iJaily except Sjuniluy. C. F. SI'fKCl.V.Ar.tsT. LOCAL NEWS. A CHANGE. With this issue, Tiie Graphic changes hands, we having sold the plant to several residents of the county. The paper will he published as usual, on Fridays of eac...

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. — 7 August 1891

THE SOUTH UNDER HARRISON. JXtepaMicaafam Killed by the Frt Ad ministration. Talcing- the figures of 1888, an able -statistician in Kansas has figured out at surprising' increase of republican -strength in the southern states, and his statistics are findintf wide circu lation in our republican contempora ries, who find comfort in graveyard -whistling1. The figures are all right, but it is a characteristic republican habit to go wrong on right figures. The trouble in this case is that the statistics are compiled from the re turns of the election of 184. The coun try then knew little or nothing about Jlr. Harrison and did not dream of .such a revival of the radicalism of the a-ecoDstrUL-tion epoch as it has seen under his administration in the plutoc racy of the McKinley bill: or the shameless fraud of the bullion pur--hase swindle for the demonetization of silver, and-in the bitter malignancy of the force bill, using sectional hate against the southern states as a pretext .fur putting...

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. — 7 August 1891

GRAND PARADE. Unique Demonstration of Grand Array Veterans. ISO EXD OF NOVELTY IS LINE. JLa Umbrella Brigade Representing a lion atroua I'ulteti State flmg Another the liattle of Gettysburg A Third m Map The Western Uisplay. Detroit, Mich., Aug. 5. The national encampment of the O. A. R. and the celebration of its silver anniversary formally opened yesterday with a grand r"? parade. Special -. ' trains orinfing J't state delegations : 1 from all parts of j the country poured into the city all nig-ht and early in jl the morning. Oth- ers brought visit- sSS ors not officially identified with the encampment by the thousand, and at 10 o'clock the streets were almost im- COM. VKAZEV. passable. . The head of the procession moved at 11 o'clock and both in num bers and equipment the parade was one of the most magnificent ever made by the Grand Army. Most of the veterans wore new and handsome uniforms and there was no end of novel features. The 'Philadelphia contingent, nearly 500 strong, ca...

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. — 7 August 1891

; 1 1 1 I- 'ft 'i 5 s' f. :3 ! -1 :4 5-t THE KIRsLEY GRAPHIC. J itlDAV, ACGCST 7. 161. L.ow-prici excursions to California were first tstablished by Lbe Santa i'e Home. - These excursions bave been successfully run over this line for years, but have been uianag-fcd by well known outsido excursion agencies. .SiDce January, ISH'J, the Santa Fe Coca pary have 'jten running special Cali fornia excursions parties, conducted by its own employes, engaged especially ior this work. Thy will continue this arrangement the excursions leav ing Kansas City every Friday evening-. The ticket rates are the regular second class rates. L'uU'mari Tourist bleeping Cars, with all the accessories, are furn ished at the rate or 3.oo per Jouoie berth, Kansas City to California points. These excursions are personally con ducted, and everv comfort and conven- ii'iice of travel ars guaranteed to meai- bers of these parties. Those who con-. template a trip to the Faciho Coast, and wish to save expense, should i...

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. — 14 August 1891

W 1 LM J f 'J -i - f-1 'A TIME HKE THIS DEMANDS STItO.VU KINDS, GREAT 1IEAKTS, TBIE FAITH ASI BEADT IIAXUS." VOL. XIV. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNT V KANSAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST H, 1891. NO. 42. L-i i i-s . j NO SECSET iMiOUT IT. Full Text' of the I'jOng-Pzoxnteed " Alliance Circular. iraua An Advised to Hold Their WbtMkt UUI Thy Ciu Get Their Own Price for It ArfomenU to Has fcalK tne Demud. For some time tho press of the eooa try has referred in rather uncertain terms to a "secret circular about to be issued by the Farmers Alliance. It now transpires that the circular, which is published in the form of a supple ment to the State, a St. Paul (Minn.) Alliance paper, is a treatise against spec ulators and a request to farmers to hold their grain until they can sell it at Its real value. The following- la a copy of the doc a met. t: The Farmers Alliance demand unani mously that the speculation for future deliveries of cereals shall be prohib ited. The greatest competitor of the farmer ts the spe...

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. — 14 August 1891

TtiL- KtKSLEY GRAF I C; .UKS. (C..'lKXH,A,.r(ali.iilil.,i-. I .-. Knteretl.- attli post oUic-e jttJxiiisjcy. b 6CCfiHii'ifLH8 Hjall loatlcr. I ; i FUiDAV". Al'GL'ST 14, ISTI. 1 - W'e sire glui! to le ali'c to give onr lenders substantial matter on Die out , 8lq Hges this wee-.-A v Kansab'Cit;-, Kan., ieeins to be badly treiited by its ctfy coimeil us we I l are by our i.ehool board. Tlie trouble . there is tliitt th council purposes buy- x ing the electric phmt at nn exorbitant t , I'lice,. , . ' IT is now believed that the alarm ing minora -concerning the health of ; the emperor of Geniiaiiy Are un founded and that tjiey were set afloat , by Bjiecubitors to nffect prices on tlie bourse.. . '. , The statu central e.inrnitt-e of the people's party in session, at Topeka.on -the 11th Inst., discussed the project or establishing-a daily pujec at Topuk ; . X'. is needed and woulii at once secure, .an immense circulation. ' A Hxjpi.k's party club was organ ized at Kureka Springs, Ark.., o...

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. — 14 August 1891

TIMETABLE. ATCHISON TORgiCA fc SANTA FB.ii r &sbduie tn ffoet, Avgfubt SHfc., s91. Tit AIMS GOING EA&S-. K3, 4 Wow York Express, Dep.. Mo. HiverRxpress........,.'. 4:-; '8 tto. lover Bxpr;il uep.... 4tf lot.-ttl Frulybi Dep.- 4 a m 4AM HAM 4:45 J M LOCAL news. Ai-l S. ve a ! 13:1 a K . H :SM p M J2:lu p M LS:ail P W I :US A 41 TRAINS OOIHO W fc,:f . " 3 Mexico & SarnOWHfO fcx fieo - 6 Oepver A Utah Kx Arr 7 Colorado BxpreesArrlvcs. . .. T . Dev. - 45 Local Frdirht jJo. S. 4, 841 and Mi are via. C. K. W. Nttmtwrf 45 and 46 daily except Sunday. All stuer trains oaiiy. ' C. IC. ft W, B. H. TRAlIta AURIVflta PROM THE BAST. flo 341 Accommodation 1:20 P- " ' rsAjaji dinna babt. Uft. 342 Accommodation ... .. 5!:25 P. M llally except ounday. C. F. SPCBGIN. AOEiiT. The Mul. Jamt-a O'Erieu visited Gieat Saturday on business. Ilev. W. il. H camel was caller Wednesday. Miss Mimiie Young is sjieuding week wills friends in Larned.- The Eadi I cliiii 'j! v. Ik-ndly!. li. pars..!: ! Aug...

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. — 14 August 1891

A TOOK INVESTMENT. Dr. T&lmape Preaches to the People of Topefca, Kaa Tha Vilu of Krthly Rawartt M Con jpoatton For tixp Mo ml Th World m Poor Creditor of Mortal Th Only t Hope of Bail vat ion. Dr. Talmage, the noted Brooklyn divine, preached to a largo concourse of people at Topeka, Kan., during" bis late "western trip. The subject of the ser mon was, A Poor Investment" and the text Isaiah liu 3: "Ye have sold yourselves for noug-ht; and ye shall be redeemed without money. He said: The Lord's people had pone headlong into sin, and as a punishment they had been carried captive to Babylon. They found that iniquity did not pay. Cyrus seized Ha by Ion, and felt so sorry for . these poor captives that, without a dol lar of compensation, he let them go home. So that, literally, my text was fulfilled: "Ye have sold yourselves for nought; and ye shall be redeemed with out money." There isenong-h gospel In the text for fifty bcrmons. There are persons here who have, like the people of t...

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. — 21 August 1891

J "7" : 1 ii 'A TIME LIKE THIS PEMAXDS STIiO.NG KINDS, GREAT HEAKTS, TRIE FAITH ASD KEADT HA5DS." VOL. XIV. KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNT!', ICANSAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1891. NO. 43. : I A MILLION DOLLARS. ' Destructive Conflagration at Jacfc . BonvUle, Fla. MA5Y FIXE BC1LD15GS DESTROYED. The X.oss Bans Very Heavy With Fair In- euranca byoaoilto Kzploiloui Pre Tent Efforts to Subdue Flamei - ' Also a Windstorm. Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 19. A path of smoldering ruins two blocks wide and six long1 extending from Bay street to Beaver street and one block on each aide is the result of a lire which started at midnight. The flames started in R. D. Knight &. Co. 'a grocery, adjoining the large Hubbard braiding", and in a very short time the block was a mass of flames. Then they were carried diagonally across to the TremonthoteL thence to the Hotel Burbridge and the large block In which the Seminole club Is domiciled. From the Hubbard block the fire Jumped across the street to the Smith buildi...

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. — 21 August 1891

THE KI3SIET GRAPHIC. "OCft AIM' Iaipro.d aooloiUHfeal .cKcdUluo. .OuB-caefiasi iMCTaeincirxt Jfe.popti7'6 party' nr. n. rsBsca, pjiidr hum". . C. , fc-iXCra, 4Klau Kditor. "Thiter(tat" tbe pot otnce ml ?CUialey aa aooQfld-clua omUI matter. FRIDAY, ACOCST 21, 18SL each alHauce ii tha county, who will send m items eacn ween. Tee Cberofcees have shown by the result of their late election that Jbey Aa.vx i.u7 v biv anils. It is true that the Nonconformist is to be removed from WinfieM within thirty days, though it is still undecided whether, it will go- to Indiajuapolid or another 4arge; eastern 'city. -'In Use ablest i aud- fnost ' fearless "aefenders Tears ago, m'aen neither the alliance nor people's patty was dreamed of, their -voices were bear J demanding. just as strenuously as now, many or the measurers einbodied ia the people's piHiiorra... 'iiougu uur giaiu io?ea ; them, the cause dues not, and the best . wishes of thousands of warm hearted .admirers follow them to their larger ...

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. — 21 August 1891

TIME TABLE. ATCHISON TOPE K A 4k SANTA tVR.JZ. Oobadula Is eOect. August Oth. 1891. isais ooiira xast. -Mo. 1 Tw York Kxpress, Dep.. .?5 A M - - cucw Eip.j; ;fJrd, ? ! i m 8 Mo. Hlver Rxpres 4:SPM 8 Ho. Kiver isxprfas. Dep.... 4:orM l lxol Freiat Iej...i .. . A. m nuiin aoiao wm. 3 Mexico BaneDleoro Ex Dep.. & Denver ft Utaa Kx Arr tsw F M 7 Colorado ExprftsaArrlveS. . .. 1:M F H T .- Dep.. 120p m . - 4S Local Frulifht 1 . US a M Hoi. S, 4. Ml and IMS are via. C. K. A W. Numtvrs 45 and 48 dally except Sunday- All a-tuar tr 1ns dally. ' C. K.A W. B. B. TBAIN AKBXVIBO FKOH TBI SAST. No. Ml Aocomraodatlou :VS y. M THAXKS OOLKO EAST. Ko. 842 Accommodation J5 F. U ? Daily except bunday. O. F. BFUBOIST.AaUT. The Mails. ICKAi itUn 8 P.M. TJFAT A. M. Tuefdsr Monday. rburadar..., Wednesday Saturday... tnday omca bours. Oa!r (except Sunday) 8 a. u. to I r. Btnjoar p. M. to 8 p. m ' (tone Order audUea-lstry... 9 A. it. to 6 p. M closing or Mirij. east bound :)1. -.ao A M. 3:30 pm Meat boun...

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. — 21 August 1891

i?AHMEIlS' ALLIANCE. ALLIANCE NOTES. ( Senator George bas been badly oeaten at the comity primaries in Mi sissippi, Barksdale, the alliance candi date, even carrying- George'i bom county. Lots o people gettin on, but the peoples party band wag-on is a big- one. Its "reach' g"oes around the world and puts the hind wheels along side the fores. Great West. Excepting its use as money, ffold Is put to fewer uses than any metal we have. Its so-called intrinsic value is purely imaginary and dwindles into utter insignificance beside iron. Ex change The people's party will sweep every- ining- roc fore it this fall because, 1st, the people are aroused; 2d, they are rirht: 3d. God Is with them, and 4th- because -one with God is a majority. xxcnanfc The people's party has 'got there" In Maryland, Senator Gorman has with drawn his candidate for governor. And the battle is now between the alliance and the g". o. p. L which is grand old party liars. ureat West, S. O. Daws, siate secretary of the T...

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. — 28 August 1891

v -X- I'W-? a, "J it A TIME LIKE THIS DESASDS feTliONU MIMS, GKEAT IIEASTS, TRIE FAITii AM) BEAUX UANUS." VOL.. XIV KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNT V, KANSAS, FRIDAY, AU(iUST 2H, lb'Jl. NO. 4 4. k u j u W i -4 WOEK FOR ALL. Talma, fire Offers Suggestions For Great Deeds. ITelplns; IT amauity Out of Great Psrlls StaApctnc the lestlnr of Toon Ucd Mow to Observe tli Golden Hole Good Advice Generally. At a late camp meeting at Ocean Grove, N. J., liev. T. DeWitt Talmage preached to a great throng from the text: "The people that do know their God shall bo strong and do exploits. Spaniel, iL 32. He said: Aniioehus Epiphanes, the old dinner, came down thrue times with hb army to desolate the I Israelites, advancing one .time with 10J trained elephants, swinging their trunk this way and that, and 6.2,000 infantry and 6,000 cav alry troops and they were driven back. Then, the second time, he advanced with 70,000 armed men and had been a pain defeated. Jlut the third time he laid successful siege no t...

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. — 28 August 1891

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. 't TV I II, 'l I-.nI- if J at tli5 j-cst oUicu at Ki:i-iey a -.t-fia3 mull marinr. FU-OW. ATOPST 2 IWi. MlS.iOUIU IX LIXE. Just as we to press t!ie hi test fs port of th proeeeJin$i of th(? il:s B -uri faririt-r'fc allianc. c- rufctf to hum!, Hting that V. - Hall's tHn.lidate for the pierii-Jaiuy of the ftittu aili iit.ce was (Ufe.tted by a. vole of &'2 to Gn: the hi :b-treasury p'-wn wif.orsH.I, nit J timt t!f? coiiven i jn will rr. solve f.iv.i f the third pn'ty. Thk Ohio it!-f:u::-c leportH an in cir:aheit iiu;iiil't-i.l:;p of lu.noo ilmin tl.j past xnoi:ih- West Vn.niii fol lows with nearly :'s many. TnK Wc't HCCC-Von to t!-C prepk'":. j'Hiiy is Urn Jj.'il.or lfihui of New Voik i.'ity, hose ir:eini rxhip is 50,Cc(j 'J li us the kimx wo! k I-. cs on. That the people are at I:i.t thin';. rig I'm tht-niHelvcs L i,hoAti hr the liiirn cetieiitod cull fvr pnhlfi (P-cnrneuU, it ported fiom all the du'.rtiiie.U:; at AVa.ihiiton. The propose.-! pun-hanc of the r:...

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. — 28 August 1891

:1 - 1 V TIMETABLE. A'VHlfN TOI'EKA SANTA VK U. U. ttvbelule 1a effect. Autrut '.Kb. Isyt. TK. I MS OUINtJ BA-ST. ST. 4 Ne w York Kxpres. IX-p.. ' (f Mo. itiver Ksprex 8 fcr. Uiv tr K.-. pre.-, dtp 1 1-Oi.Ul reik'iil JJCp TRAINS OOIhO WJtST. V. A M -4 AM 12:"I A M If. 3 P M l.i" P X VJ p M 1 ; JU A U & W . o I 'i-uvfr a i tan l. v Arr.... 7 . e.'oruJo KxpresaArrsvt "7 i)?V " 4"i Local FroiM-ht No. 3. 4, 'Ml it-nil li4 are via. C. Ntimtin . ami 4Cdniiy except Suntlay . at ti.t r tr -Uia Uitiiy, C. K. & W, H. K. VBAIMt A.KIUVINO ritOM THT EAST. No 31 Accommodation :20 TnAiSCS liOINH EAST . All No. jUZ Acoiniinif1?iin 1Klly tsxtofl Smiduy. C. K. SPL'ItGlN. 2:Z The Mails. LL'KA. ARRIVm. 6 P. M. Tet-Jy I'biii-Pd.ty bu:urlu' DCPART- S A. M. Mk1iv V. oiJiM-dday Irl-Jay ornct noL'ua. Oally (except Sund.ij ; ma. u. t 7 r. B.unljiy 2 P. M.t.j.ti. Muti4.- UiUer ttd U-fisiry - a. i. to S. i-. CLOSING OF M.UIA :l A M. A M. :trtm p M .... IliaUA M. 7: to p M. b :'KJ P M W. H. IIKIIHON, I'...

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. — 28 August 1891

FAllllEItS' ALLIANCE. ALLIANCE NOTES. Money Is the medium of exchange. An j thing1 ia monej that la a legal , tender. A legal tender is thai which will pay debta. Oar 7&-cent sllrer dollar ia a legal tender for 100-cent gold dollar. Three hundred and fceventy-three new priniary alliances have been or rani zed in Alabama since the laat state alliance held itb annual session. Al liance Herald. It ia righteousnesa, not robber tariffs or gold-bugiam, that exalte th a nation. In other word, 'equal rights to all aixd special privilege to none." Pittsburgh Kanisan. If there ia one man who has been a traitor to his convictions, a curse to bis a country, and a tool of plutocracy, that one man is John Sherman. But he made millions by it Great West The masses of the democratic party of Kentucky took the first step towards independent political action by voting for the new constitution in the face of the opposition of Carlisle and other great democratic bosses. The next step may take them o...

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. — 4 September 1891

1 r " -Jl "A TIKE LIKE THIS IJilIA'DS STISOM. MINDS, (.HEAT HEARTS, TBCE FAIT1I AND EEADV UiXDS." VOL. XIV. KINSLEY, EDWAItDS COUNT V, KANSAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1811. NO. 45. . jJUJi JL STABVIXG SOULS. r. Talmetpe Draws Lessons From tho Great Harvest. Tbe Only lvatinn From Hunger The Kavlour the fteiijaraln of This World Christ tver Heady to AmUt the Needy The llellwvers t caiL In a recent sermon at Itrooklyn, sa' gested by the meaner rops abroad and the great harvest ic America, Kev. T. Ie Witt Talmajje took his text from Genesis xliii. :;: "Ye shall not see ray face except your brother be with you." He said: This summer, having crossed eight een of the United Status, north, south, east and west, I have to report the mightiest harvest that this country or any other country ever reaped. If the grain gamblers do not somehow wreck these harvests we axe about to enter upon the grandest scene of prosperity that America has ever witnessed, ltut while tli is i& so in our own countr...

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. — 4 September 1891

TK KiKSLEV CHA.PKIC. . Otrm At Improved nofe.IoToai oar1ittoa. Ovi cnoiix iwnivnvr& people's party W. S. FBKNCBt JBdltor 4 JUUJM. UBS. C. C. YEKNCEU JlMOcUt MUor. Katared at the post offloe at Klnaler aa aoopA-claas malt matter. miDAI, BEPTKJi BEli. Ml. Alltanci organiiers are needed In Illinois. In England, where they have the postal telegraph, the coat of sending a telegram to any part of the kingdom is one eent a word. Rkadbb, do you realize that the shorter day for which the London omnibus drivers recently struck, was a day of twelve hours? however. While the Hutoiimsoa Ac Is a party Jasper, it Is Pot a railroad organ, on tha contrary, it has done some very vigorous kicking in behalf of the people against the railroads. But from all appearances, the Capital is the subsidized organ and tool of the railroads of this state, and, of course. will go to any length of abuse and misrepresentation in their interest. The Capital knows that the more the railroad question is investigate...

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. — 4 September 1891

3 j J : ? J . 1 ' TIMETABLE. ATCHISON TOPEKA BANTA FEB. chedul in effect, August Oth. iwi. thai era oorao kast Vcrk KioreM. " . . . I J wiMyo wprw. J ....Impart 7:44 A M 8 Mo. Hirer SxprM 4:2& t- m o. Kl.or Express, Oep 4:APm 4a Local rrcitfot Lk:p K.UOa m TBAIBS OOIKO WUT. 3 Mexico bonefMeiro Kx Dep.. 6 Denver 4 L'tab Arr 7 Color act.) KapreaaArriT- . . T Dep.. " 4A Local Frvtffht Not. I, ,MI and 4i are via. C. K. :'! a M . :3er M 12:10 P M w. Numben 46 and 4ttdallr exceot Hundar. All jiner inn us tuwr, C. K.tW, tt. B. T1AIVI AltBIVtliO MOM THIUM. No 341 AccommodaUon 1:90 P. 1 TBAIlta GO ISO KAfiT. No. 342 AocnmmodKtlon 2:2ft P. Daiiy except Sunday. O. F. BPCKOIN.Aobvt. Rev. C. A. Greeulees, of Nlcterson, baa been in attendance at the Y. P. S C. E. convention, this week THe MaHa. 1CEA. -AftBITK tP.M. OBFABT-6 A, U. Tuesday Monday rhurtMlaj Wedtieedaj taturdr H Kridajr orrica bocks. ftaily (except Sunday? s a. m. to 7 p. v HiinJay t r. m. to3P. m H oiity Order and Refrittry . . ...

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. — 4 September 1891

. -1 i ' 5! i ,4 i I 1 ; i! ' FARIISKS' ALLIANCE. I ALLIANCE NOTES. " w-Good crops, good alliance. Good alliances, good education. Good education, good political party. Good political party, relief from all monopolies. The people's party state eonTentton of Colorado is called for September ft. The Nebraska alliance reports 110,- 000 members, a gain of 40,000 since the last election. The labor union of New York City, 60,000 members, has declared for the people's party. Remember, the money question is the key to the situation now. Press on the battle- Principles beget duty. We expect every ailianceman to do his whole duty in the coming conflict. A money lending farmer is as much opposed to legislation that will reduce interest as the banker. The farmers league, of Greensboro, Vt, has declared unreservedly in favor of a new political party. The Maryland alliance adjourned after a session of three days. It in dorsed the Ocala platform and did other pood work. When all our paper money Is...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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