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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 16 June 1893

'A THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. J. FRRN'CH. fbtiiur. Mrir and l r. .-fit Month'!.. .. Kntw-' st th-:,. poit-VB-.-c in tho miy or a XiuHliy its ce-ioad -class man mitler. . ' F F I f : I A L CO UN TV :IA PER PltlKA Y. JCNH 3v wa- all for a Jinllclul Convi ntloii-. -''it ibo "!' of ib people's party of the Six ciuth juili.inl t'lKtrici of Kn: on are liew-by iliMlri cled to-le4.tdt-lca-afe ,.. ' aliernatt. in attend n, 'navcntli.u to be I ft t Lamed, July I'i'U, nt It u'ctock. n. ni . 1 4or tbt piir,ce of m uitii:rtiiK acjuidldaU J.t Juilire i.f ibis judicial dinri t. Com tic are n ipinati-d to elect delegates on , lb tuiUiwiria- lasl: Three dtli-irMieo at larirt t mi oi:c for utij lifty voles ami tnfor I rac-ii.-u ibtiei f e- hi It nvtrnr l-eweillttir. ,1 o'lln any p ti l Garliel'i county be cttai h- lo HoiV i.ihii ci.um) it tjliuH be allowed t iititiial riprL.i'ntnti'n on lbt Mine JjaiU. 'I b tuilown k t the aitportiotiinci.t to ibe tiUrcnl ctuilillfa: i)W ...JW... j 1J Miee..,.,. ........ ....

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. — 16 June 1893

9 -1MB TABLB A. T. & S. F. K. R. , Ft-hedtilc In ell cut Aownbw 27, l8. r, r, TKAlXSOOIStl WTT. Jfol rullforola Fx. Leaves s 3Caiifonlii J-iin't a " " 5 Colorado " " 7 Colorado " 341 C K & W Accom Ar a ,4 Local Freight Leaves '" XRAIKI HOIKO EAST. " Ko. S Atlantic K . Leases i - columbtan L m io-'3 s " ce'hicago " H Mo tilver Ex , " 812 c K W Accom ...... s " 4 Lock I Freight . l or, a m .11 10 P M . e x p u . l i p M 3UPU A nop m 6 15 4 II 8 35 A II 4 40 P M 3 10 p Jl 7 20 A M Trains t.!,9.,3llaad312re!a CKW Branch, o . o Train. 4 and connect at Burrton with rriltHI0r,ointkcet.pcnols Airpnt a LOCAL NEWS. Kinsley will celebrate on the Fourth. lt everyone celebrate at liome on the Fourt h. " R. Andrews lias been seriously 2- ill this week. II. S. Burt is studying telegraphy at s Ralina, Kansas. a Lewis mid vicinity hud a good tain ,AVednesday night. , , r E. Edwards returned from the World's Fair to-day. o - Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tilmru "visited Larned Sal unlay and Sunday. "'Mr...

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. — 16 June 1893

- . Saw's ThUt ' We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward tor any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. M.J. Chexky AS Co., Props., Toledo, O. ' Wo, tbe unders frned, nave known P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe faim . perfectly honorable- In mil business transactions anil financially able to carry ont any obligations made by their ffrm. West Sc Trans, Wholesale Dro-gtsta. To- ledo, O., Waldine, Kinnan St Marvin, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is token Internally, acting directly ,upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tlie system. Price, 75c per bW tie. S-ld by all Druggists. Testimonials free. e a . . Tns trapeze performer's business is pre carious at best. He should always bave some good thing to fall, back on Troy Press. " 8 Jcst think cf ill $140 53 made in one week by an spent representing B. F. Johnson ft Co., of Kicbmnnd, Va., and they have had many n.orc parties traveling fortbem who id equally well, some a good deal bet...

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. — 23 June 1893

LEY OEAPHKO MA TIME LIKE THIS DEMANDS STK05Q MI5DS, GREAT HEARTS, TRUE FAITH ASS READY BAUDS." vol. xvi: r KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNT 3T, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1893. NO. - 35. ' : THE KIMS ' CURRENT. COMMENT. Twklvk ycais ago one sailor in every 100 who wcnl to sec iom ma ms, uuw only one in -'" is lost. Tub Italian government proposes to monopolize tr.c life and fire insurance -business, and thus add (10,000,000 to the revenue. Mrs. CuBt's, the widow of George "William Curtis, has established a free scholarship fund in the Staten Island academy and l-itin school. The Beggar' Journal, of Paris, pub lishes lints of baptisms, weddings and funerals and the arrivals and depart ures of wealthy and charitable persons. JosKrii Ma yti'Bi.ev, a full-blooded Choctaw Indism, has been awarded the highest honor for oratory at the Trinity college (Durham, JJ. .) com mencement. e OtirA is reported to have suffered recently a severe financial loss. She has left her miiprificcnt residence, the Villa ...

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. — 23 June 1893

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. Yr&tzor sad Maw. I Laer. Bailor. rm;NirTi." mica. yCneTeir Mlx Month. Ratered at the uosMffua In the eltjr or fClusley as se-siwl-ctaas nvrJlntetier. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER iviiuT. jujnjb a. m Call lur a .leilaraal Cvwveatiow.. , "Jo tbe vol" r of lb people .pari r-of the Six teenlb jini-cutl I'letr-aH eC alaiwas;, i uu sre betb inrt.rledeiriei-lduk-etes jji-.fl ajurnabe lu atlwavl a convention l lie J uM at l-arned, July Klin, at II looa. a. an, l..r the purpose or iao!iihttiiff . candidate Jur Judne of Ibia Judicial dlatriut. Coui.tit-s are reuuetusl to eleut-deletrates oo the fl!i nig basis; Tbrwaek-awu-s at large .and n fur vrjr fty votes and major 1 rav Ion thereof cnt-t li r Hnvenmr Lewellinir. hbonld any part of Garfield counly beattaen vd to Hol'inao county It shall to allowed additional rHurLiH-nmtloii oil lb. SHine linn. Tbe loiiowii'a; Is" the nppurtioumei t tbe .:ffureut couiillcri: ' j-ownrds .'. :. IS Hla-euian 1 'awoee . "... Id Total n By orde...

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. — 23 June 1893

, ".IME TABLE A. T. fc S. F. R. R. ebeoiile In 1W8- . IMIMOOIM WBt. CslirortilLltatd 'IS! IS - 7 Colorado " .SIS - Sil c K WA"i Ar 1 JO r u to Local FrolfW Leaves.. f .86 F M TRirv. OOWO Xi.T. Vo. Atlsrrfle El Uwi -. J -4 Columbian UmW ..... 5 i I 2 lMo Kfver Ex " i S I 3 -a Local Frelfbt - TMam. , TnlMLU . Mf!"' rsv!a Trains 4 snd connect at Burrton with Ytoc. K B to'-P"ceJ,BPpitoni.Ai.i. LOCAL NEWS. C. S Eclert mi in 8peai vJlle last Sundaf. A. JL. OU, of Offeile, was tir'town Tuesday. 1 G. Boies came horoe-from Illinois Tuesday. C: W.'Beeier returnea from the Fair Saturday. J. B. McClaskey visited iu Lamed , this week. J . " . L. B. Noble was in the city yester day ou uis regular round. Everett Beaver, of Jetmoi e, has been " visiting O. F. Spiegle several days this week. " - ' .. - Miss Nellie Scbou visited witb friends in Spearville the latter ;art. of last week. ' ' A- J. Hatch is to be seen behind the counters of the First National Bank this week. Miss Florence McMichael -ret...

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. — 23 June 1893

s. THE GREAT XOBTHWKST. Its Bemarkablo Development Shows b7 i World's.JKalr Exhibit. . The Transportation building ' at the world's Fair is Uie most interesting feature of the great exposition to all persons inter sected in the development of the United lutes. It contains a complete exhibit of the latct railway appliances as well as the quaint locomotive ami ataeo coaches of the past. The Northern Pai-inc railroad went a ' step further than other transportation com panies when it resolved to slioir two elegant 9 cars, especially built for the purpose, con taining samples of products gathered from tbestaUs of Wisconsin, Minnesota, North ' Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon. The company was, no doubt, prompted to make this display because the completion of its transcontinental- line made the development of the slates named possible. Had H not been for the enter prise and pluck of the originators and man agers of too- Northern JPacifio railroad, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho ...

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. — 30 June 1893

T "A TDEE LIKE THIS DEMASDS STE03G MINDS, GBEAT HEARTS, TBCE FAITH ASD READY HA5DS. VOL. XVI. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNT V, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1893. NO. 30. . 'THE, , CHAPTER VL Coxtixued. c Some one halted hi:n as he reach ec' the small gate. Nora could see a letter "ham'cd over the pickets to her husband. 0 On the other side of the gate stood a "very old man. He was bent with.agc. JShe could not recall ever having en countered him in any of her wallcs- or drives. .' The matttr of a note handed to her husband by one of the people on the lace would not have cost her a Rccond - 0 thought, had not John behaved so curi ously about it. ' . tjhe could see him conceal the white envelope between his two large hands . while he glanced in every direction, taking the lower part of the. house in with a furtive sweep; after which he eemed to make a point of securing himself against observation while he read it. He planted himself wjuarely in front of the gate, with his back to o ward her poin...

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. — 30 June 1893

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. . n. rtarf ft. tdlivr and Mwtr. C. C. PftEHCH. Asao. Editor. rcirfuuc mirc 0m Tar rIIU Mouth Katered at fnw poMntfwe I o,ity A tlaiaaier (4 swaind-claa until matter. OFFICIAL COUNTJfJPER FhlK.W. J IKE SU. IC Call lur Jartirial Uuavrnt;in. , -.To tar voters r the peojile's.party oftaeSi. ' teenlh judielal c'latrtul t)t Kaui-n:-- Vou ate iien-l) lusiri;t:ted.ta.eiv;t.'Jes:ates jaixi attrriiau li attend a n eutiou lu be at Laroed. July lain, at il uV-litu, . ni Jvr the uri-uM or n initial! ia caudblute Xur Jude-e or itila Judluiai dli.ict. Com lies arr rt quested to ei-ML de)Kte on , the felMiwiua; baaia: Xiltee deiejf alvsju law -and one fur every Ufty vole aud mijjur Irao , : lam. thereof east tx .tve,rnor LelUii-. . - kauuW any mri ul Cartteld wuMMVy lnr allouii to MudTi-uiau county it auuil U allowed . .additional representation iu tjiesjwne ttaei. ' Toe loltowina; i Ibe apuorttoiKue- t K the .different tammies: bawards ... .. ........ IS Jlodavtuan 7 18 W Oy.e...

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. — 30 June 1893

I TIMETABLE A. T. & S. F. K. R. 'Schedule in effect June 2Mb, 188X. TBAIKtOOIllO WEST. Ho. 1 California Ex. Leave ' - J California J-im't'd ........ '.Colorado " - 7 oolormao . - ml c K W Accnm Ar si Local Freight Leaves TRAI3I OOI-IO BAST. , 1 05 AM .11 40 P M . I CO r x .12 80 f . 1 40 r M . t 55 r i ffo.f Atlantic Ex Lave... ' -4 Columbian L'm I'd ... . " chlca" " " - Mo rliver Ex ... Sls c K W Accom ... " Local Freight " ... istm e in m 8 A 4 40 p H 10 P V 7 tO.A M , Train 1; , J. 4. 341 and WJare via CK W ' Branch. Train 4 and connect at Burrton with W" ,or '"'ITsPITBOIH. Aent. LOCAL NEWS. "Senator Milton Brown, of Garden City, was in town Saturday. Prof. A. P.Kentiedy left last night i" Tfor his home at Lawrence. . .Mrs Elizabeth Wasson went to St. John Saturday on her way home. ' Henry Ymicker. the harness-maker, .'took a trip to Great Betid Sunday. t : Mrs. W. V. Erwin returned from the lVold Fuir Wednesday night. m Jtev. Waite, presiding elder, ofii ciateil at the regul...

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. — 30 June 1893

Bemovlog- Sonne of Peril. e Danger in near when the kidneys grow In active. Toe source of peril in removable wita Hostctter's Stomach Bi iters, which unquestionably averts Bright' disease, dia betes, eruvel and other ruinous maladies attributable, in the firrft instance, to a dor mant condition of the kidneys and bladder. A healthful impulse to the performance of the functions of these organs is speedily communicated by the Bitters, which like wise removes constipation, malaria, liver trouble and dyspepsia. Pheaciibr "I say. Sain mie, your mother tells me that she pays you for being good. Do you t bin It that ls-iightl" Sammie "Of course I do. I don't want to be good for nothing in this werid.". Swellings in the Nock Qneck fully twice its natu ral size. For three years . fcali my strength seemed to to Into the swelling, and 1 wan reduced from 185 to 80 pounds. I took Hood's Sai-sapa-; ruis, wmcn gave mc strength, relieved dts-Sg., , tress in my stomach, aud '-fiSt-- betofBll. entire...

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 July 1893

LET G-E AFHIO SINS H - o s a "A TIME LIKE THIS DEMA5DS STB05G MINDS, GREAT HEARTS, TRUE FAITH AXB READY HA5DS." VOL. XVI. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTS', KANSAS, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1B93. .. V NO. 37. f 1 THE WOELD AT LAEGE. Summary of, tne Dally New e WASWINQTON NOTES. Ciiari.ks ltv.M'M, the liihcteen-year-ld son of Ilcprescntative ' ltynum, of Indiana, was seriously injured, in Washington, while horseback riding. ,5 The animal ran away and young; I!y . r mun was thrown to the ground upon bis hcail. ' & Fob the first time since the establish ment of free coinage headquarters in s Washington its advocates 'are on the defensive. A ki.moi: was current in the treasury et Washington that Mexico contem plated stopping the free coinage of sil "vcr. .? , Sixrhtaiiv Carmw.k announces that lie intend, to do all 'in .his power to carry out the provisions of the (ieary ,fj act and ticport some of the Chinese. The navy department is doing every ,s thing within its power to stimulate the development o...

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 July 1893

Ills iUKai.li GRAPHIC . U. PHKNJH, ! Pdltor au-J tfar. J 3 C. C. FBRNCH, ,-. Editor. Jlx Month. SCBSCIIIPTIO PtICE. Rntered at tbe posiofflce Id tfce city of Kl Mley aa second-olaa mall matter. ' - OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER FBlDAir. JCLY 7, 1882. Call" 'or a Judicial tomatioa. To the voter of tbe people's party of ue Six - 'tenth judinhit elstriei of Krtnaas: Yuu are bereby Instructed to elect dolegsites aud altera! 9 to attend a conventloit lo be held at Unwl, July 13ib, at H'o'.c7gck, a. ni.. ffor tbe purpose of twieilsibriug a candidate for future of lba Judleiai dUtrict. Oour.tlc- are requested tin elect deles-atea on tbe f olmwing baais : Three .delegates at lare-e and one for every fifty yoie aud major f rao- iMH)-im.-reoi cast ior uoyemor lewelllng. fehould auv oart of Gartteld countv be att Mch. ed In Hodgeman county It aball be allowed additional representation an tbe aame baM. - Tbe following- Is tbe apportionment to tbe .different counties: . ktwurda 12 riuogenian 7 oe .-. To...

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 July 1893

i! TIME TABLE . A. T. fc S, F. R. R. Pcheuule In effect June 2Mb. 1898. i TltAIKS OOtHO WEST. . Ho. I California to. I" 2 t 2 - California Llm't'd " JS I 2 rssasis- :::::::;: S 5 S uinKtW A room Ar..-.. ...... 1 40 M '' 6 Local Freight Leaves TR4IBS OOIHO "EAST. ifo.t Atlantic Ex Leaves....". 4 Columbian L m t d- . 2 S Chicago " " .... SUFM 8 SO r M SlttK 8 SB A II 4) r u S 10 P 9t , 7 SO A. II ' a Ma Hirer Ex tt o K W Aoeom 46 Local Freight Trains 1.8, S, 4, SU and 8U are via CKW Train 4 and oontuwt at Burrton with FrUoo B B lor '""cf.'BpDB0IrJ, Agent. LOCAL NEWS. Tbi Graphic, $1.60 per year. Harvesting is the order of the day. Henry Kettlesou visited Itis parents this week. Miss Eva Foree went to Larned on the Fourth. - ' JJIas-Jessie Blanchard visited in Kewton this week., Mrs. Minnie Smith and son Frank pent Sunday at Offerle. Henry Griggs and Grant Fulton were in Larned Thursday. , ' Bev. J. A. Young went to his home at Nickerson to spend the Fourth. The county commissioners ar...

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 July 1893

The July Wide Awake - - Has a leading- article of great interest by George ltartlett, devoted to a de scription of "Concord Dramatics," or private theatricals in Concord in the days of the "Little Women." Mand K. Barton and Elizabeth Cumings have good Fourth of July stories. Cromwell Galpin's historical story of the Welsh discovery of America before Columbus Is both picturesque and instructive. Caroline Ticknor's "summer boarder" story of "Faetine" is timely and sug gestive; Etta Ii. Donaldson describes "A Unique Farm in A frica," (for the raising of ostriches), and J. P. II. Gastrell tells of "Blectric Tricks." Annie H. Ryder has a practical ' nineteenth century talk with boys and girls, "In the Look out with Columbus;" Jeannette A. Grant furnishes a delightful account of that portion of the Scottish high lands which some readers have traveled in fancy "With the Lady of the .Lake;" and the Wide Awake Athletics article is by John Graham of the Charlesbank Gymnasium, and is devoted 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. — 14 July 1893

J. TIMS LIKE THIS DEXASDS STRONG MIXDS, CEEAT HEARTS, TRUE FAITH AND BEADY HAHDS." VOL". XVI. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNT ST, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JULY H, 1893. NO. '38. i r .THE WORLD AT LAEGE. ' sa Summary of the Daily News. 8 m . 8 WASHIWOTOJC NOTKS. e TliF.Rif is some talk that notwith standing the bullion law the govern e nent will make no more purchases of a 'silver "until the meeting of congress.. , Pueidknt Ci.kvki.axd has had another attack of rheumatism. t e .Tne JChcrokec commission has suc - corded in effecting an agreement with the Kaw Indians for the cession of their s lands to the United States and they , e will soon be opened to settlement. . The people, of Washington are peti tioning tbe government to "give them e the Ford theater , building for a pnblic library. S tECRKTARV Carlisle is figuring on a s new money system which ' will create a great stir in the financial world. 9 9 iTa is possible that owing to the ex tensive repairs in progress the oapitol wilk not be ready lor...

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 July 1893

FEKClf. Aao. Editor. i'PjS'JIllPTIOJ tUlfilh pne'ear - lx Montitf, . Eotenul ut Its $ottofico (9 ge pjy 4,1 . Ji iusloy as revoud-c)es gnall patter. OFFICIAL COUNTV PAPER i ! : FHIOAV, JULY 7, WSJ, . .Sixkktaky Moiigcp nov estimatr Anat pp v))eat crop ia Kansas tlijs jmr will Hggrofrate 22,000,000 biixhels j.-x about one-tbirtl that of n ear. Jot bo largo a per cent, liowei v, .will )j(s Mtltl direct froyi .tbje .thrashing ;o;icUiii0. .. " V- S- Jr'KKSCtl. J 1 Is 1873 11 bale of cotton would pur- .tliase $105 in polil. To-day tbe siune Minojifif. of gold is vyortb. tjiree bales of -ttui. xi.'evtitlieless a fw pf tli brethem l&ujrii lijid say Umt gold lias jiot JiiprewJ )u value. National ,Waldiman. ' IIk who shuts h!s eyes to the growth . pf socialism will r well to consider ttiteso figures fioai Germany., ' The vot ing strength of the party in that coun- try in 1871 was 124,000; in 1690 it was J, 100,000; in the recent plectfo, tjie Jt was 2,00,00. Two Muskegon, Michigan, girls...

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 July 1893

TIME TABLE A. T! & S. F. B. R.j Schedule in effect June 25th, 1933. IHAIBS GOIKO W1!T. : Vo. 1 California Ex, Leaves "3 California: LimTd ; " 5 Colorado - " t eotoraao "' alcK-rT7 Acixm At 5 Local-JftrWfrht Iesves.. 'rSAaW (MM EAST. 'f?o. Arlahi:H.: 'ivonVea tcolnorbtrfJta'.'4l Z" c&kxxc - - Uti'WtF&x ., 'Ieat '" ' Trains lVStSjCJMand BarTln CKW '-Crancb. Trains 4 and' 8 connect' ftt 'Barrton with 1 Frisco B B for points east . local mvvs. A. J.. Hatch Is in Chicago. F.a B. Hroe returned from the east Thursday night. ' M. S. Pope and 'William Shaw left Monday' for Oklahoma. ej . 0. B. Eckert is acting in the capacity eOf clerk at the Alamo hotel. Edwards & Noble lire -having a tii -roof placed upon' their ".store ' building. Lou.Grybowskl has returned from Peabody, where he went to secure em ployment.' : ' " 'Boks To Mr. and Mrs. Joeeph -Shouck, on Hundny, July 9th, a twelve pound daughter. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith are enter taining a sister, Mrs. U. G. King, and -li...

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 July 1893

A WONDERFUL ALCHEMY. The True "Philosopher's Stone" Discovers by Joseph Itinera. Joseph Bibera, a celebrated painter ' ,of the seventeenth century, was an ex ample of genius which succeeds through infinite perseverance and tireless indna- try. When" he' was at the height of his success and popularity he never gave up his habits of close application. -Bibera gave brilliant social enter tainments, which were attended by the aristocracy of Naples. He was present at these parties, but he seldom did the honors. He would walk about by him self, or sit looking on for hours, and no one ventured to, disturb his medita It often happened that, struck by' Vie face of some guest, he would sketch it then and there, and no one thought of resenting this somewhat eccentric proceeding for a host. The story of his experience with two amateur alchemists is more or less fa- miliar, but will bear repetition. Two Spanish officers called upon him, and as his compatriots he welcomed them cordially. The men ...

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 July 1893

m A TIKE LIKE THIS DEMANDS STB03Q HI5DS, GREAT HEARTS, TRUE FAITH ASD BEADY HARDS." yoL. xvi. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1893. NO. 39. I. THE WORLD AT 1ABGE. Summary of . the Dally News- WAfiHIHQTOX 'OTKS.. s PoSTMASTKR-tiEXERAI. IilHSF.I.f. has decided ti do away with the different sizes of postal cards and to have them of uniform size in future. Secrt.tary IIerbrbt has accepted the resignation, because of ill health, of Com. Wilson, as chief constructor of , the navy, and appointed Constructor Thilip Hichborn to succeed him. tar. comptroller of the- currency has , issued a call for a report on the condi tion of national banks at the close of business- July 12. This, the comptrol ler says, is one of the regular five an- s nual calls. It is practically certain that the pres ident will Ihs" allowed to dictate who fehall be chairman of the ways and v 'means comnrittee and that it will not be Springer. ' ... ' r. rRKi.iMiSARV work Ui the opening of the Cherokee s...

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