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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 12 May 1893

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. .11. ritK.i n. i r. iit.ir Maa-r. I U. FUKXCII. Ami Kultor. M'SlHtNll-TlOX rmr-k. pn Tear jiia Months -1.1 Rnter-d lit tb ijaMffitj la the viasiey as yKuniMiiui man www. o O F FjlCJ A L vQQ y J Y PAjtiUi. riupr j y is. is. THE 5ltyER flUE$T10K. IJfci Atehlspn Chumpion Keplirs to its Critics, The M-tfjsyille Attn l:j yj'ijirtml.ly .rlUiurbeij .yvtsr piyer rjiu-atioii. It iivr is coined in groat Jbu; tUnc:. Perhaps it culls U;n ltn mil lion ailver tloliara coined ilurjiij U) Jast year an over ui.ily. T)ie trouble l right here Mr. Aers, that J,1kj ajjyer .-erlilicmteii, under a ruling of the treas Airy department, are luude redeemable gold virtually lujtitiiii jjold the Uuf a ,i,ftn4 advertlaing to llis coroniercUl world' that a ailver .dollar or iU repreaeutalive in a kilver . .certificate to, like tha national bank tote ami the irraaury iMle. ueii.telit . lor iU real value u,nn the ability of xlto ov&iiieut to rwleem tliein in gold. Under 'the practice of 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. — 12 May 1893

Highest of an in Leaning Power, Latest V. & Gov t Report :iE TABLE A, T, fc S, F, B, ,! ,. a 1 40 p II ,ZUWM f "MUtfyFw Awm ArY'.YY', oufeiu Vwti- ... " " I rktcv " .......... m A i sotttrre - . P M jura 70 A M Twin 1. Ml aud3lrer Cltff Trains 4 and (tnanne Bun-ton with Prison U M fcjr ootaiis et. LOCAL NEWS- Thi public schools will close in two wsteks. Mrs. II. L. aid U.K. Scknatterly visited in Lanied jreaterrhiy. ... Hn. Fntnk Porter's uiotlier niui sister arrived last uijlit fur a week's visit Horn To Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cor flSack, on Wednesday evening, May 10th, a daughter. The youngest child of It. A. Andrews a son, three years old, died ttauday morning of heif t dweswe. The Chicago Ladies Quartette are billed to apiear in Kinsley, June 3rd, at the Congregational church. , 8. G. Jouard, the jeweler and en graver, joined tlie fishing party that went to Durdelte Wednesday. Marsh & liidwell will have a change in their ad next week. Lookout for something in y bargain line....

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. — 12 May 1893

Sufferers -from Dyspepsia Here's Something for You to Read Distress in the Sraanoe CVHED bm uoowa. . JtfiM Jennie Cunnfn(7&ii Sooth Newcastle, ftfe- "Wheojbrjraa taking Hood's Sarssparllla, I could cat nothing but very iht food, without fcavliur terrible distress i if my stomach. I had tried other medicines, erhich did mn nn vrA Before I had taken one bottle of Hood's I saw that It was doing me goocf. I continued to grow better while taking five bottles, and now Sarsaparilla oa - e ea vasav v-saa .av : CUKItS T can eat anything. I have had no distress for months, and I think there Is no medicine tor dyspenxla like Hand's Sarsaparilla. My appe tite is excellent, and my health is very much better than for years. Miss JEM'IX CtJK kikgb AX, boulb Newcastle, Me. Hood's Pll'a ere ronstlpatloB by restor ing the peristaltic action of the alimentary canaL !Aiigust Flower" As easily answered as asked. It is for Dyspepsia. It is a special rem edy for the Stomach and Liver. Nothing more tha...

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. — 19 May 1893

MCE r Nil i 7i A TIME LIKE THIS DEMANDS STRONG BIXDS, GREAT HEARTS, TRUE FAITH AXD BEAST BAUDS. - VOL. XVI. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNT V, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1893. NO. 30. the World at laegel , Summary of the .-Daily News. wAHHrxcrox rotes. . A BEi-OKTthat the Russian treaty had been finally ratified proved premature. The treaty, hojvever, Ls expected by . .the next European mail, when the pres ident will probably sign it. The president has appointed J. Hamp ton Iiodge, of Virginia, to be consul at Annoy, China, vice Edward Bodloe, .of Philadelphia, an?l John A. Michel, of Texan, to be collector of customs for the district of ISrazos dc Santiago. The cause of the resignation of Dele . irate -Rawlins, of Utah, was a personal disagreement with the president over tile patronage question. ' . ADViCEsreceiverl at Washington state that the revolutionists in " Nicaragua . have practically gained control of the government. Cakl SotiuRZ recently called on Sec Tctary Urctham. and. it is under...

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 May 1893

THE Klr.SJ.Ey G3APHJC. w, H. rimJii'H. J ' Editor and Mairr, j c, fj, FKe.teif. Aaso. Edl&ur. wiml'Wpt)i ruuvv nr rr fix Months. Snter-d at Jtfce potrik- la -the cr of lnley s sacoud-clasa iuiII matter. . FFiCIAL COUNTY PAPER FBlKAjr If AY 19. IRfi. .it uai'if, with i!3.,OOO,00 more op- i:Utiii than the United States, lias arer niile of railroad track. The. public dtbt of the United fHutes is the sinallest per capita of any ti the eight leading jtatioiis of the v -rid. being only $13.34. 'That cf J.miceia the largest, beiog $116.35 yet capita. ' ' mcnator Pjcfjmsu is a tneorber of J. ib senate committee on agriculture and forestry which will, during the Vacation, investigate the condition of jtKrlcultiiral interests and, if found lopressed, ascertain the causes and iquire into the proper remedy. His a,poiutmeut on such a committee is a lwt fltUug one. TBERtf la over 300,000,000 silver jlollars jn the national treasury. Why lint put out for silver certificates about ii'ie or two ...

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 May 1893

TIME TABLE A. T. & S. F. B. B.. Saaeaula in affMt Vortmlmt 3T, 1SW. tUkWIOOIM WMT. Wo. 1 CUlf oral Bz, Imtcs. . ,1C1 ..11 MP .. SKra ..is as r m .. 1 40 P M ..turn I California ud i a - .. Colorado 341 c K W Accom Ar - 4 JLocau rremnv m rum ooira asst. Ko. t Atlantic Ex Leares 4 Columbian L'm't'd calc " 8 Mo Hirer Bx " "(UcKt W Acoom " 4 Local Freight , INrn , S 15 a . 8 35 A u . 40 r a . S 10 p II T 20 A M ' Trains 1. 3, , 4. 341 sad Stt are 1 C K W Braoob. - , 8 train 4 and R connect at Burrtoo with " B Ior """cfSCspnaoiN. Art. LOCAL NEWS. Howard Carter is in Wichita. Elocutionary entertainment to-night. , Grant Fulton is in Lained on busi ness.' c ' " oBobx On May 16th, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Brown, of Lewis, a daughter. K. G. Roberts, Jr. is confined to his bed and is threatened with pneumonia fever. c Fob Sale: A number of Poland China brood sows. Apply at this office. Mrs. E. D. Millis, of La Crosse, is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. M. DeTar. 0 Judge Vandivert spent the for...

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 May 1893

KzpoaUkm tlimi, The dress that interests most women ' Just now is that which will, be worn at the exposition. It should be of mate rial light in weight, smart in style and aerere in make, as demanded by gentil ity. Fortunately, fashion no longer countenances the train jtor outdoor wear, and women will not need to have their attention distracted from the world's wonders by the care of their petticoats. The skirts for these gowns will not be up to the extreme of' full ness, but rather cut with a neat flare and a width of not more than four vnrds. Besides the traveling emviL. the e woman who goes in for comfort as well as gentility will have an Eton suit of 661, Will IHC milk "1 V1ICV1U1, WU1&IS, that may be worn on hot days without the jacket. G A China silk of subdued olor and simple make will be almost a matter of necessity if the pilgrimage is planned for the rammer months, and the traveling cloak with detachable cape must be included in .the outfit. Capes in this day of their ...

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. — 26 May 1893

jljuuuj ijy ii i xirn iinj u - mjt e a I TIME LIKE THIS DEMAXDS STBOSG USDS, GREAT HEARTS, TRUE FAITH A5D BEAST HAXDS." VOL. XVI. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1893. NO. 31. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Dally New. o '' WARPINOTON NOTES. o Pb- R. S. Lawk, well known in Mis souri, has been in Washington. He ia talked of for commissioner of education. It has developed that after all his r onisier jreiegaie iwtwuns, ui tua, nam not resigned his seat in congress. ' A xi'MBRit of prominent Jews called on Secretary Uresham and asked that the government protest against the re fusal of the Russian government to honor passport granted to Jews de- sirous of visiting that conntry. Pt-Axs for the New Orleans bridge hare been approved by the war depart ment. " It is conceded that Collector Wcnne ker, of St. Louis, will be dismissed as soon as his successor can he decided on. The negotiations with Spain looking to the settlement of claims made for .. indemnity to the repre...

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. — 26 May 1893

THE KINSLEY G3.T?HiC. . m. kwsm .11. - h litor and )Ir L. FJiEXCH. Assa. Editor. a t-o iw Yenr 8x Mouths. fcCMSCiill-TtllK PKiCC Entered st the potlltc-e in the cily ot vnisia- seuuuti-ciae mail matter. ' ' f'CIAL COUNTY-PAPER KM OAT M.1TS6. IMC. The populist part is attracting far lujie attention tli.-ui Wait street infor- jua'.ion woum migesu- ji is giving t!i- greatest concern to all t'if western "1 Miciri members of congress. It 1.1 coming eastward. You nee it truiiljiiug the Georgians already. It i-. being fomitjd in the negro counties .i:f AluyUiiU. It threatens t a'.teoib t-ie whole operative claws of I'ltlbburg, Ohio hiiJ Michigan next time. George Skmator Stkwai-.t, in his speech in ! Hie United .States Senate, January 4th, -1893, Hilifl: "The most unreasonalile " iiigniiieiit used by the defenders of the ncl t f 1873, demonetizing silver, is the niiggest ion that the'silv&r in u silver ' dollar is not worth a dollar in gold. While 412 grains of stantlard silver, wh eh ...

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. — 26 May 1893

w-ivf T1RIP A T ft S F K R I The Y. P. 8. .C. E. meets every Sun--IUE TABLE A.T.&S.1. a. K. even.ngit-6:30 0,cI?ck in tbeCon. Schedule In effect November 27, 13- . OOIBO WEST. No. 1 California Ex, Leavea , - ( California Llm't'd " B Colorado " " 7 colore an " "34ICK4W Accom-Ar....... : " 5 Local Freight Leaves TR4ISS GOIKO BAST. . 1 OS A V .11 lO r M .te .13 so r . 1 40 P M . 2 t5 P M Ko. 2 Atlantic Ex leaves... "4 Columbian L'nTt'd-' ... 6 chlewru ' ... i Mo Hiver Ex ... 342cKkW Areom- ... " 48 Local Freight ... S 50 p M 5 15(11 8 .15 A M I40PH 8 10 PM 7 20 A H Trains 1, S, 3. 4, 341 and 342 are via C K. W BrancU. 0 Trains 4 and 8 connect at. Burrton wltb LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. G. II. Winille leaves for Ctn- t:ago Saturday. c To-day is the last day of school for -i-several months. ? .., John AV.- Fuller, of Kausas Citv.is in the city this week. o Fred S. Hatch, of Larned, was in the city yesterday. Remnant sale at Spiegle & Son's. A. Peters had a baby girl come to his house Tuesd...

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 May 1893

WHEN WOMAN IS IN pEBT. It She Own Fl re Cents It Worries Her mm Much wr"n Larger Son. J'he financial transactions of 'many women are conducted after a plan which the mind of the average man finds dif ficult of comprehension. Debt rests upon their minds with a weight that is apt to be in inverse ratio to the amount involved. Five cents weurhs as heavily upon thr consciences as $5, but when the obligation mounts into the hun dreds or goes entirely past their power ol liquidation the burden becomes light as summer air and they cast it aside jauntily. It is in small matters, how- . ever, that their peculiarities are meet noticeable. Men make merry over their ways at the soda fountains and the fashion dt haM a dozen of them . walking to the counter upon the sug gestion of oqe and taking a "Dutch treat" each pitying for her own glass. Their fashion of disputing over the question as to which shall pay tho fare when "two or three are gathered to getter" "on the cars, has also served to poin...

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. — 2 June 1893

a JL JUOLL. JJJLLN. Dll JAVA JJ VUT-IL. JL J If "A TIME LIKE THIS DEMANDS STKO.NG MLYDS, GEEAT HEARTS, TRUE FAITH AKD BEAJDT HAIDS." .vol: xvi. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNT, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1893. NO. 32. . " THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tho Dally News- e WASHINGTON NOTES." It is expected that in the near fntnre there will be a shaking- up among- Ie partment employes under the pro rating ol ledcral oilices among the various states. , . ' Tjik world's fair national commis doners voted against Sunday opening-. . ..Another effort for Sunday opening-will To made. . Tub Infanta Eulalia visited Mount' . Vernon on the ii4th to see, the tomb of "Washington. Tnr. president has appointed William K. Quinby, of Michigan, minister to the Netherlands. He is editor-in-chief of the Detroit Free Press. a Attornky-GknkualOi.xky has issued instructions to the effect that the gov- eminent will fight lugally any attempt B to open the world's air on Sunday. . PmwtST Cmcvki.xd has approved the deeds fo...

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. — 2 June 1893

illi jf.iV.Zl.Vi Ca'APKiC? . rt. KtfRN' !l. ! C.a?s FUKNCH. , fct-nr fi-lslir. Aemj. fci;i-. iK-KH Tlis mice. One Vr Knwr -I m lUo po-t-laVo in the city ol e J.nie jo ..-ui ir.iUl mauer. . OFFICIAL COU.VTV PAPER FIllIlA V. JU.-iK 2, ISM. . 1 l..r it .iflllHl CoitveDLSti To tlii- i-ti-f 't I no iH-ople'a party or the Six ..-n'l4iRJ.l Vitri,:l'i( KrtiKR: -oumv i"T- iimiri.ited to elect dulcrates i . im rii in 1" j.itH'ii 1 a convention to he h! t Larued. July l'". "t II o'clock, . m.. lr Hie Mirie ut . uluMiinr a candidate 1 . iMtu"' bU Jurfiemi riislrict. (iiui I ! ' ? reunited in elect deleirates on t .,.! . ii.u 1'H.i-: Tliieede.leiuteiai lartre iw fori vi-ry fifty v.iiea hii.i major frac tion ibo-enf c t Rr li-ivernor Levelling; ( honlU any p-irt ol liarlli.ld county lie attach--t lo IliMltfi man iummy :t hIuiU be allowed it.. lllMituil r!pr.-ciitall"!i on theaame IimU. rtic loilown i- me apportionment m the U'tlrit couniici: 0 I. .wr.l ... - Ip II. kI.-unii ... - IMIHC -- ' Total...

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. — 2 June 1893

TIME TAFT K; .T. & S. F. R. K. Schedule In eBect Notremlier 27, UV3.. TRAINS GOISO No. 1 California Zx.ies..... .. 1 05 A II ..II 10 P M .. B 35 P SI ..US 30 P M .. 1 40 P M .. 255? 3 California j.nn i a -- ' 5 Colorado T Colorado ' "R4ICK4W Accoin Ar , : io Local Knlxbt Leave 1 F TRAIKB Cllisib EAST. Kn. Atlantic Ex lwi.. J J? p B bid.. - 2 i 'Si 2 84 c K w Aecom 2.rj! "4 Local Freight " . JO a M Traloa J. 2. 3, 4. 31 and 843 are 1 C K W Brancli. TVatwa and connect at Burrton with Frlaeo U U for l'EipCBo r, Agwt. LOCAL NEWS. L. W. Uiggins was in the city Sat urday. Mr. tmd Mr.4. W. II. Ficnch were in learned yesterday. P. Cline. an attorney of Lamed, was in the city yesterday. B. F. Tatum and wife went to the World's Fair Sunday. " Will Rush, of Larneif, was in Kins Hjy a few hours Tuesday. L. D. Noble was in town a day or two the first of the week. " Judge Vandivert and W. X. Beezley went to Hutchinson yesterday. . - ' Largest siork dried fruit in Kinsley at Schiiiitteily's. -...

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. — 2 June 1893

Hocked on the Crest of tha Wave, The landsman tourist or commercial tray eler, speedily begins, and not only begins, bat continues, to feel ibe extreme of human misery during his transit across the tem pestuous Atlantic But If, with wis pres. cience, he bus provided himself with a sup ply of Hostet'er'a (Stomach Bitters, his panfrs are promptly mitijrnted, and then cease ere the Rood ship ugain drops her anchor. This is worth knowing, and thou sands of our vachtsnien, summer voyagers, tourists and business men do know iL Is politics the aiming man finds the roads badly blockaded by the going man. Cleve land' Plain Dealer. . . Glenn's Sulphur Soap is a fei.uino rem- edv for skin diseases. . . Hill's Huir and Whisker Dye, 50 cents. TnititE is nothing especially irrflatinR about an air of importance, provided it is sung instead of being worn-. Puck. The Testimonials We publish are not purchased, nor sre they e written up In our office, nor are they from our employe. '1'licy are facts, ...

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. — 9 June 1893

ON8LE Y G JHA FHIC. A TIME LIKE THIS DEHA5DS STRONG HINDS, GREAT IIEAKTS, TRUE FAITH ASD KEADT HAHDS. VOL. XVI. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1893. NO. , 33. THE THE WORLD AT LARGE. . Summary of tho Dally Nowb. . 1 , WASHIKGTOX KOTKS. ,. It is positively declared in Washing ton that there will lie no session of ct-n- gross before September. " 0 ' It lt claimed in official circles that the reports from day ' to day of threat s ncd retaliatory measures on the, part of tha Chinese government against this o country are not well founded. " Frkncji naval architects have de- s aigned a protected top or steel fortress r mast .tops oh battleships that is re- , yarded as a great improvement by the ( navy department of this government. Tub 1'resliyterian general assembly at (Washington has suspended Dr. Hriggs , from the ministry. , c Xkootiatioxs have been successfully c.e concluded for the cession to the govcrn- " mcnt and opening to settlement of the urplus'Sioux lands in...

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. — 9 June 1893

THE KlftSLEY GRAPHIC. . ' - C. c. KitKxrii, . a Hf -riitr. 1 . KitP.S H. ifr.i.l Mnjti f rti-..,l at ttiK postini":o la the. city l ' jliiiwley 3 mill uniiir-r. '' OFFICIAL jCO UN TV PAP E R niriV, jcnk , 11. lor u. In hfl t:oirret.i 'l ? voh-m nf itio H'iipl' fwrty oTthi-Stx " -nib J'i'lti-if I futrwi of K-.ttn.i: to .iru tjfi'Uy.tiiKrruftiNl to iio-t l.-1eatr .-a t-i altrn tf :itii-:i-l u nmivntmii to hfc J. llat I.orti.Hl. July :tiii, nt li !i'c!-'(. si. tn.. i 1 ( .iif (impose "I ii..iiiliin'inir a camlldati. J irjiTOBUi Jiminn. iii.-iruri Com tie art nqu.T-t.rl to elc.t dcli.jrates on f lie ft.l o w;r lfnn.: J hi-ee iliiPrMU'K.at Mrir pinl oiiu for mrf Itfty voti- un I rrnj.ir Inic I u tucreof irt lor tiverti.r lcliuir ! 'ioiiM 111V p-rt lit (i.irS.-l county ' sllD 'l fu liolvi utuli e.iHity tf chilli I nltownfl IdiUor.ai rMtr"iitati.Mi on th"-uno imfi-i. Th i"lon iiM the uiporttantu.-i t i tut- 4 ifen-ut i-niirt.-i: 1 dwarOa t. VI 1 ' -' .... yawree , .'.J... .' ....... I Tota...

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. — 9 June 1893

TIME TABLE .A. T. & S. F. B. R. Schedule In enrct Hoemtwr '.T, 1W3. TDAIH OOIKO WT. 3J. 1 CaHMnita E leave California Litn't d " I " f Colorado -TColorarto . S41 C K ft W Accom Ar Mi Local FreWM Leavca 5 "" uun cnua r trr. fo.5 At!ntleEx L.nvca.. Columbian L'm fa rnlcnro " - Ma Hlver E - S4S C K W Aewnn - - s Ixwal Prrtirht .. 1 05 A M ..11 10 P X .. ar. -F ..is urn .. 1 40 p M .. tutu 5 15 t M S 35 A M . 4 40 P M ; 3 io r ii T ft) A M Trains 1, 8, i, . 341 and Si3 are vfa UK W Drsach. Tn)m 4 and It connect at Burrton wltn rrlo K K lur "cfr'aPrROIl. Aent. LOCAL NEWS. Prairie breaking lias Leeii resumed this week., " Speaking at the Presbyterian church June loth, at 8 p. .in. Heiiry Kettieaon,' o( Otis,, spent JSuiHlay with bis brother iu Kinsley. 3 Iter. JJartle, of Larned, occupied the pulpit at the M. E. church Umt Sunday morning. 'o. Mm. W. 1. Erwin lift Wednesday jiiorning for c Chicago to be absent -eeveral wreks. 0 " " O. E. Hudson, the land agent of Lincoln, Illim.is, c;a...

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. — 9 June 1893

HoocFsCiires Even When Galled Incurable Terrible Slege-Sclatlo Rheumatism Mr. Arthur Simon Cf Galatea, OWa o "They said I was Incurable, the doctor! old, but the rcHiilt has proven lh;U Hood's Sar snpntilla wns able to run. 1 had St-laltc RhMimutbm and vax ermlliMd to my bed sli mouths. Three physicians did not help me mad " I Was Given Ua to Die When I was in this terrible condition, unable to move hand or root, I began to take Hood's Siiran.irilla. The first bottle hod little effect, and white t'lUin? Iho second, 1 pained so rapidly that 1 could sit tip in my chair. My nyslem liad been so run down by other medicine, mat it looic me quite a wniio to re iroond. and now. us 1 have taken six bottles. I ant enreel and can do a good day's work. 1 do not led I can praiso Hood's Sarsaparilla noush." A nrncn Simow, Galatea, Ohio. 6 August Flower" " For two years I suffered terribly with stomach trouble, and was for all that time under treatment by a nhvsiHnn TT finallv offer trvinc everyth...

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. — 16 June 1893

O 0 ij 8LMY H . MA TIXE LIKE THIS DEHAKDS STKOQ HI5TJS, GREAT HEARTS, TRUE FAITH ASD READY HA5DS. VOL. XVI. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTS, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1893. NO. 34. .THE WOKLD AT LAEGEL Summary of tie Dally News. G WASHINGTON NOTKS. The psstmastcr-freneral . has ruled i- that discii.se germs arc not mailable. Thk piesident will certainly recom mend to congress the imposition of an income tax at its extra session. iNKi'Kcion Faison has male his re port covering', the recent 'Choctaw troubles, and the Jones people charge 5 that he is partial to the Locke faction. Piiehh'.nt Cleveland has an snounccil a large numlier of appoint- 5 ments among them being that of Jacob Child, of Missouri, to be consul at Han kow, China. . ' g Thk historic old Ford's theater, in Washington, where President Lincoln was assassinated, collapsed with hun dreds of clerks at work In it. Twenty two were killed outright and scores were seriously injured. 9 Woktiiingtox KoRU, said to be a mil- j lionaire, h...

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