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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 21 July 1893

THE KINSLEY CBAPHld.' W. H. FttE!( H. . O. t KHE.iCH. Editor and Naur, j Atoo. GUI lor. stiescsir-rioM nice . One Vfr ................. ...SI 50 M'luttjl f....,'...-:. b.ntcre.1 at thy ixxtolBoe la fh clljr f )tiuly u scotiutl--ias oia!l matter. OFFICIAL CQUNTV PAPER Kinn it; JtTIA', 2! iei.'- ' Wic have He.irj enough from Pit wneo county to convince us that t!-o -'work- era' who Jiave lkA'Sojiidittfjious for 'lit l:)t three niuirthi-iniiy i:ot get jilnces on the counly iletef 'after a J J. ' Och party vyill soon be kucSwri the Kitrnt 'turn dow-tv pulj. .'; 'lm- ;ig down tlitt ohl priiitil'le! :n well as 'the old workers. Vwordin Allwut. It U'giun' to look that way -when a . people's rly.j;iiiiV9:it:oii is lnanipu- ihiltd ly rfcpu'blic;firf aifd democratic 'Workers, and h republican is chosen ua a candidate in cnlt-i' to please a small ''faction of diflinuntfetl republicans and to "help out" the county ticket in tlte t'iiiii;t y where he resides. Thk Ktalwurt deinncratio organ of I'...

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 July 1893

IME .TABLE A TV & S. F. R. R. f cne4ul. In effect June 2T.Ui, 1883. "' kai !t oorso wist. NoJ California Ex.'Xeavoi.: , ' VCMllt itrnlavLlmT 1 M ' S Colorado ' 7 CoWraoo - ""S4loKW Accom Ar.. ...... is Local Freight Leaves 9 ; TRAIXS aqKO KAST. tfo.t Atlantic Ex LsaVcs.... 4 Columbian lm'ttf-'' Me Chicago ... ' I Mo lver Ex '"WcKtw Accom 4C Local FrslgiU " .. Trains 1, t, 3.', 341 Bad 342 arc via CKtW -AraBck. -' "'Tralnssand 8 connect at Burrton with Frisco It K tor points enM. I C.F. SPCHO IN. Agent. LOCAL NEWS. Annual scbool meeting nextfburs- J. D. McCorkle was seriously ill the first of the week, but is improving. . A number of running and trotting races are booked for next Saturday. It. G. Roberts, Jr., and Fred Kaiser expect to start to tbe World's Fair nezt .Monday. Paul Noble returned sMouday night from a mouth's visit with his brothers at Wichita. , Mrs. G. II. Windle aiidJiUi6da;g!i-j ter arrived borne Saturday night from the World's Fair. .-- We learn from a reliable...

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 July 1893

A General Rett ora tire. The above term more adequately dev cnbea the nature of Hosteller's Biomacb Bitters tban any other. The medicine has specific qualities, of course, as la cases of malarial disease, dyspepsia and IWer com plaint, but it inviKoraung and regulating qualities invest it with health-endowing potency mode manifest throughout the system. Purity nnd activity of the circu la tion ar3 Insured by it, and it effectually counteracts tendencies to kidney disease, rheumatism, neuralgia and gout. Son K of the admirers of Mary Anderson lYavarroare complulning because she trill not return to the profession she adorned. Thes:.peoplo evidently look upon Mr. Na varro us a stage robber. Cincinnati Trib une. ' The Santa Fe Route Is the ideal line for your trip to Chicago tbis summer. Thirty-six miles shorter than any other line between Kansas City and cCbicago. No crossings at (Trade, fast time, palatial vesttbuled trains, free chair cars, depot in Chicago In heart of city, rates as...

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 July 1893

V ,1 : 3f KINSLEY GHftA Us 7 - f !. TIME LIKE THIS DEMA5DS STKOSQ MIXDS, GREAT HEARTS, TRUE FAITH A59 READY HANDS. vol: XVI. :.. KINSLEY v EDWARDS COUNT ST, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1893. NO. 40. TP 0. THE WOULD AT LARGE, . i . - Summary f tho Daily News. . ' 'WASHWOTOM KOTKS. .Kpkciai. Inatkctor Swimford with a Vorps of surveyors lias started out to lo cate and Ijiy out the connty seats in the "Cherokee strip... . ' . Iiik attention of the world's fair na tional commission has been called to the-agricultural milding, which is said to be another fire trap. A.I important change has been made by ho treasury department in the classification of wool that will , lower the duty on soma grades of the article nearly 100 per cent.- ' Coupnvoj.LKlt Eckkiji made public a letter In which, he declares Tie will-do all .his" "power to enable suspended national banks to reanmc. - CokckkshmAN 15"RRoW!:c!aims a sol lior,'.after navlft;? once lieen granted a pension, rAnnot Ve dejirjved -of4 it by fri...

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 July 1893

L - r- "'.V,' s y4 f H. FREMttf,--t CTC. TRESCH, Editor and Jeer J Atsu .fiiimr. SrjTtSCalJrlWS .K1CS. One Tea I 01 Months v' ;';l!erwl at tb poatoIDce' la te city ol ..fcinsiey i- --ronl-clist icai! instte'r. ' r FKIHAY, JCIi', -28 C. Gold inj;7 Jh expected U flow to rvHjiif.ry from (.11.11 silver is UwilutrtU, because the diuiMid ti'lci:i!ie tlle-hvMiu f 4Ue ' )rlNw metal to njvyse tlieir own jirice of it. And Hint ireans a; iii'LI.ert reiliioti'jii in .& price of all ' j'loUuutH of the f irm and less wj gee for Hip U.ty laborer. ; A ;UqpiM; fp a ' Nfv Voilv paper the other Uy uskiiig jfjr f'J.ir men in an establishment of 'tint city. Four hundred - men aii 8vered jU. ltoy .JV? .V.",rn" ' i.tg, and the iolioo had U-tt.f ;t,ii-,os prevent 11 not. let the professiMi;ir tramp vm eouiiituoja by bis absence from the Applicant. Scenes like this, 1 jwrtrayed in 'Omiir's C0I1111111," were 'piuiiomiued ex&ggefipSjity. 'Is the daly' 5 Ji!fta," 'UHK1J.3 Donnelly tdsca' All pie? Hi3i;...

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 July 1893

TIME TABLE A, T. k S. F. R. R. Highest of all in Leayenin Power. Latest U.& Gov't Report !fcedo.le In effect June 25th, 1898. TBAIKSQOIIK) ET. s Ko.1 California Ex. Imvh.. ........ 1 06 A - 3 California Liia't'd " 11 40 p m "(Colorado .' 9 00 pm -- 7 Colorado " 12 80 p h "WICK4W Anm At 140pm rtb Local Freight Leaves Z 66 P M . TBAias OOINO BAST. . o. t Atlaotle Ex Lmrea 6 Efl P M i Columbian L'm't'd S 1 m '.cchloairo - 8 to a m 8Mok1t-Ex . .......... t 44 r M " Oil c K W Accotn 3 Is p M 44 Local Freight - 7 20 A M Trains 1, 3, 3, 4, Stl and 342 are via C K W Bra nth. Trains t and i eonne. at Borrton with JFrUco K K lor points east.- C.F. 8PUKOIH,Aent mm AESflUUTELY FJCJS WHOLESOME ADVICE. LOCAL NEWS. Mark Needs has moved his .frrnpy to the country. .Mrs. John Popp and Mrs. A. C. iitiier were in Lamed Wednesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porter went to Lamed Thursday to attend the funeral of Mr. Porter's father. ' Everyone should take advantage of :the coat sale at Spiegle & Son'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. — 28 July 1893

IN THE PEATH VALLEY. . AJDJollow In the Earth -Whrre the Ther- ' IOmeter Registered 137 Above. Death valley is known as the region of the lowest depression .in the world, besides claiming the flattering appella tion of being1 the hottest place on earth. It is also four hundred and thirty feet oeiow me icvci or me sea. x ne raney is seventy-five miles long and from eight to fifteen miles wide. On the east the valley is bounded by the Funeral mount ains, which attain an elevation of from six thousand to eight thousand feet, and on the west it is inclosed by the Panamint range, which reach a height f from eight thousand to ten thousand feet. AVe arrived at the entrance or devel of Death valley and from this point saw for the' first time a sandstorm. ncu we saw it me normern pare 01 the valley was Obscured' in a brownish colored cloud, which gradually thinned out until it crossed the entire valley. Never at any moment did it entirely obscure the san, which looked like a mere ghost of it...

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 August 1893

.v ; ' 1(13 t 1 Mil M --lre- S-t vr i".,?'?8 ,DalA5DS STEOTttf MHOB" GREAT HEARTS, TBUE AITIt ilD READY HAKDS. U-.1- t V- -.-a VOL. XVI. e1 !e. - u'J f- rH -" i -' KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTS, KANSAS, FRIDAY; 'AUGUST 4, lSM.ViV! 1 it.-.i rl S i v, rIIfJE; . KlMMiY Hi (Do. 1 tt"t I THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary ot the Dally New WAHrTIKOTOW KOTE8. '.' . ' ; A tei.kor.am has been received at the Interior department from Inspector Faison announcing that the legal shooting of the nine condemned Choc taws had been further postponed from August 4 to September 8. . - Thk First national bank, of Grundy Tenter, la., has informed Comptroller Eckels that it expects to resume ' busi ness. The Farmers' national bank of Henrietta, Tex., and the Farmers' na tional bank of Findlay, O., also expect , to resume. . '... Commishioxkr MiM.Kit has submitted "to "Secretary Carlisle a preliminary re port of the operations of the internal revenue bureau for the fiscal year. The total collections from all sources 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. — 4 August 1893

-c c. nmmm, Bntered at the aostossee la tfca dry OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER . FB1PAT, AMOR 6, I Oatl Bar Pisata PmnMm," Peop4ae Part of Bd wards eon l will WM hi oMeaaaa ntMita a. aa, Jros of pine tor SrJraty'cisrlt, uwr jiiibbiuui. BeaieaWef Dm, iwmnmoiMiiBjQiH red br IMamMI sauts aillii, Pi nasi In shall be betd oa Imaaev botweaa ta kom hi iv o cvook aw aa TtttmiKr aooiUonneal of dslswata i mm county eoaveatioa will ba m sate, aad one alternate, nor wtmtt or asialer fractsnattnersof east for Got. rent-iung-at taaiimaasBm awnniM precinota will bo oaUUoi to aeugam Tree ton.... .Warne.... , IMere...'.7. lieeela Fraaklla... Soata Browa "52 otmf pvvelact elect oaa lamlwi to serve oa tho eeotral commute for the oaoalaa; rear. Br order of tfca Iuple' Party coonty oaa trnf committee. THBO. VuMI, J. L Braiafora, Swarstary. Chairman. DBXIBfjonrt TAX UT. OBhjo Ooaatr Tieaauiei. Kinsley, JoJ? Habitat. State of Kansas I Ooaaty ef towards I . WoMaaalaaiaar Iraa that I will etl mt a blip anitnantarr ...

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 August 1893

r tltiE f ABlE A:fctS.F. B.U. Schedule In Meet Jade tfcb, 1& TfeXlK OOIlfG ttW. No. 1 California Bx. Leaves . . California Llm'td T " I Colorado " - T Colorado " .... . "MICK Aeonm Ar "U Local Frels-M Imin ' t it aim sninhur. o.! Atlantic Br Lmives f tlubaimrt'd , .. 1A .11 e r . on r .It 30 P M . 1 4fl r m .sura . M r m pfcriM l.M;MiHn3ttarevla Ci Branch's T-,r Trains 4 and eotmect at BUrfton Win LOCAL NEWS. Mis Kate Martin Is quit ill. yesterday. Born: To Mr. and Mrs. W. C Keener, last Friday, a daughter. Harry Iliggms is now behind the counter In Porter & Go's drug store. Judge Vandivert and wife returned from Southern California this morn ing. Geotge Spiegle was. visiting his par ents Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Bonn:' To Mr. and Mrs. C. B. D. Colver, on Wednesday morning, a HaBghterV ' r For Sale: A few young pigs. In quire of Samuel Andrews, Trenton township.' - . . D. Sin'iUi and wife went to Chi cago Sunday morning, to be absent several weeks. ' Moming Star L...

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 August 1893

. Wide Awaka. , -v. . The August number of this delight ful magazine is mucn larger than asnsJ containing' uo page of reading matter..- Perhapthj 'fetoiypf j Wros Awisx" may be considered the leading article of the number. It ia graphic account of the magaziqe, front its Tory beginning to the present time. ' A fine frontispiece portrait of the late Daniel ' most fitly opens this farewell number. Among the more notable stories and articles may be mentioned "A "Race for Life," by John Willis Hays, a thrilling Indian tale; "The North Chamber," by fionisa T. Craigin, and "The Thrilling Talbot; "Concord Dramatics,". ;by George B. Eartlett, will interest mU lovers of Louisa Aleott'a r.lftlo Women" storia. , . With this great Midsummer issue, Widk Awau ceases to, be, a separate publication, and toids farewell to its thousands of readers.- . This new departure is explained in thn nrtinln "Th RfVi-w r,t Wm. Awake." The D. -Lothrop Company have made; arrangements, to, merge Wide Awake into Sl...

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. — 11 August 1893

: &MMY Km QUA MA TIKE LIKE THIS DEBA5DS STBOSG MIXDS, GBEAT HEARTS, TKUE FAITH A5D READY HANDS." vol. xyi. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1893. T0, 42." THE 3r I EILYER. ' Bcoond JDay of the Convention et Chicago. ( The r-ten.l of rtllver Had the Floor-r.nv, Waite, of Vr.lorado, Makes a ftensa. Uoual Spnrh-The RF.01nt.lona ''-Close ut tha Convention. Tnir ao, Aug. 8. There was tremen dous upp'ause when Gov. Wah, of Colorado, was introduced to liie hi- o metallic convention at Central Music hall. A number of enthusiastic dele-' gates had been shouting for two dars or Wait-; and when the chief, execu tive of the centennial state mounted the platform their cup of joy was overflowing-. Cheer after cheer was given , hj delegates who stood up and waved their hats wildly and the ovation term inated with "three cheers for Oov. Waite." Gov. Waite. spoke at great length. He asserted that since 1872 no congress had convened "hut that a majority in loth houses Were in 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. — 11 August 1893

TSI CIXSUT CKAPKIC '. . rtHOH. gdltor and Magr. C. C. FBBNCH, Asso. Mtor. ntoiiRioi nici. One Tear 8U Mouths.. .$180 .. TO Catered at the postnAee In the city of BJntley as seeond-claae mall matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER raiDAT. Avavn 11. ta Celt far a Coast CosivMtlea. Tke People' Party off Mwarde county Kansas, will meet In delegate eonreatioa at the euurt bouse la the aitr of Kinsley on Balnrdar, the 1Kb day of A ecu at. UN, at 10 nenea. a. m-, ror ih purpose or niacins- in nomination candidate for fherln Oiaty Clerk. County Treararer, Register of Deed. County orreyor. Cammlaitooer from the First ComntlMloner Distrait. Delegates e thl eonrentlea shall be elec ted by the sereral voting precincts at pri marles. Primaries shall be held on Thurs day, the 17th day of August. 18sL Paid prt marlea shall be held In the country- precincts between the hours of I and t p. m and in tbeetty of Kinsley between the hours of and JS o'clock p. m. The basis for anportlonnwnt of delegates to the sa...

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. — 11 August 1893

"TIME TABLE A. T. fc S. F. B. B.' Schedule In effect June 2Mb. 1MO. THAIIOl OOIKO WEST. No. 1 California . 1m '. . . 1 ns a w . a California Llmfd " ,....1H K Cnlnnulo " mm ?mlmwn - " It an r n " Ml c It W Aconn Ar lrn - 45 Local Fralrht Imti X 55 r THAI! OOIICO CAST. ajn.f Atlantic Fx rw.; l f w " 4 cnlnmMan InTt'd- ..: 5 1 w a rhkwen " " a in it . Mo t?lw H 4 M "M'CKA-W Aerom " ' r M " 4K Local Freift-ht " 7 A w Tralna 1, t, 3, 4, Ml and 342 are via C K W Branch. Train' and connect at Bnrrton with Tr'aco R H for polnta ea. - . C. F. 8PCH9IW. Aent- LOCAL NEWS. I. W. ITiggtni In in the city this week. 1. B. Noble, Sr., was in the city i Wednesday. Adolph Gauer returned from New Mexico Sunday.- V Mis Irene Milner leaves for the World's. Fair Sunday. Mrs. F. B. Iline returned from the World's Fair Saturday. Ralph W. Bidwell returned to Argen tine yesterday morning. Miss Ada Martin, of Newton, was visiting relatives here this week. Remember the township primaries for the county convent...

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. — 11 August 1893

A WILLING WIFE. It Wu Hard on Him When 8hm CouUlm't Ciet Work. A more 'woe-be-gone look than that Tjpon a seamed and rugged countenance eof a tall man who leaned disconsolately orer a hydrant was not readily imag inable. There was about him an un mistakably air .of hopeless poverlj "Poor fellow!". The grand lady with gray hair 1 chanced to catch sight of the tall party and stopped her carriage. . "He must certainly be in great dis tress," she murmured, with a sympa thetic sigh. She leaned toward- the sad figure by .the hydrant. "My pood man." "He turned her a vacant glance of object despair and touched his hat per functorily. ' "Lack of employment brings you to otitis, I dare say," ventured the grand lady. "Yes, mini." The tall man with his seamed and nigged countenance -spoke in a hollow voice. "How ve-y sad " The grand lady was musing. "That people who are so willing to work are unable. to get an opportunity to earn their daily bread." "And no one, miin " The tall man was somewhat...

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. — 18 August 1893

pnic. T H HA, TIME LIKE THIS DEH15DS STRONG KINDS, GREAT HEARTS, TRUE FAITH ASO BEAST HA5DS. VOL; XVI. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY", KANSAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1893. - NO. 43., fgv aAjANrm H.wMyroaffs, j CITAFTEIt XIV.-Coktisced. : "Tint yon will let hie know what it fell tncans, Norrie? It Is so hard to credit John's Ix-tng a brute to yon, when your leaving liim as yon did has Just knocked all the go and the grjt out of him." Cora's thin lips curled incredulously, and she fumbled restlessly with the contents of her portfolio. Dick closed his eyes with a gToan of despair. ' "lces the leg hurt very much? Let ne 'wot the bandage.1' , 1'I had' forarotten all about the pesky thing. It Is you who hurt very much. . "Oh, Ijnrd, if people only wouldn't be so mysterious! There is some mistake at the liottnm of aH this misery, and that's what I paid to Lonvo when Rafe and I left home. I said 'Lorrie, evcrylKKly goes to the city when they get misera ble and want to hide. Sib Fairbanks went there, ...

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. — 18 August 1893

' THE CI1ISLIT CRAPHIC. w. u. FaMMOH. MltoraaaMaar. C. C. FRENCH. Aaeo. Editor. KTMCBIPTIO PIICB. OaeTaar .91 SO . n IS Months. Sate red at the pnetoflee In the city of JUasteyaeaeoond-claae mall matter. . OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER nODAT. AUGUST 11. UM. Celt few Cm C vewtl . ' The Feople'e Party of Edwards ' county Eaamt will meat la delegate eonreatloei at tke court house ta the city of Kinsley oa Saturday, the 1M day of Aaavet. wea, at le ocioea. a. nk. ror we ran Doaalnatioa eaadldatea for Onwatr&oW. " Conner SHtiveyui'a n alaatnnnr from the Flrit Commissioner Dhttrtet. Delegate to thM eoneentleo shall be elec ted by the several voting precincts at prl eaartee. Primaries thai I be held on Thurs day, the 17th day of August, UM. Said prt mdrlee thill be held ta the eeaatry preelnctt between the hoar of end p. m- and In the city ef Ckasaay between the hour of 8 and 10 o'clock, as. The beets fatliniwrtloanient of delegates to the taM aooaty Boa ventlon will be uam dele gate, and one ...

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. — 18 August 1893

TIME TABLE :A. T. U S.V. tt.R. Schedule in effect June jlkh. 1803, v , -i.. THAI KB boi9 WnsT. No. 1 California Ex, Leave I California Lim't'd " ... '. i' iaipMdo ........ iiteA'A:::::::; " 5 Local Freight Leaves........ tUIN OOISO BAST. fJo. I Atlantic Ex Leave 4 Columbian L'm't'd M A chicasn " ... 06 A It ..11 m r m .. t oe r h ..UN r a ..lUra J 2 " 8 Mo Klver Kx " 842 e K W Accom rm .. a io t m " !V5!f Iff"' f ft rains i, 2, 8; 1. Ml aha aa 842 are via c k w . sitacn, ... -ii train 4 and 8 connect at Burrton wit LOCAINEWS. Fred 8. Hatch was np from Lamed Tuesday. . fiofcfc- To Mrs. Win. Weage, Thurs day, a da'Jghtel. ilrs. B. F. Tatiirh returhfed from tile Wbtld's Fair Saturday night. - B. Nelson, of Rawlins county, is ylsitihg his brbther. Harvey Nelson, of Wayfoe townsaij), inls wefeR. iliss iieien keteisoii, wild nils' been visiting her parents for several weeks, returned to Hutchinson Monday morn ing. ; The Y. r. S. C. E. meets every Sun day evenihg at 7 o'clock in the Con fe...

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. — 18 August 1893

THE crocodile-d;rd. Is Eaten the Month of the Saarlaa and Bcmora I.eechm. The rbis contains an extremely in teresting' communication by Mr. J. M. Cook on the subject of the old. world story of the bird which is said to attend on the crocodile, and to enter ita month for the purpose of either picking ita . teeth or removing the leeches from its mouth. The. latter is the older ver sion, and was told by Herodotus, as fol lows: "All other birds and beasts avoid him (the crocodile); bnt he is at e peace with the trochilos because he re- ceives benefit from that bird. For ' when the crocodile gets out of the water on land and then opens its jaws, which it does comnrbnly toward the west, the trochilos enters its mouth and swallows the leeches; the crocodile is so well pleased with this service that 'it never hurts tbe'trochiloSi" Number less authors have repeated the story which was amplified and oddly dis torted by Pliny and the tnediteval au thors who' followed him but among modern ornit...

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. — 25 August 1893

HE Q-RA TD "A TUBE LIKE THIS DE3LA5DS STRONG MIXDS, GREAT HEARTS, TRUE FAITH A5D BEAST HA3DS. VOL. XVI. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNT i", KAN SAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1893. NO, 44, a THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tbe Dally ' News. " tVASHUtCTOW' NOTES. ' Tiikrb i do foundation for report .that the administration intends to dis cipline ftilver democrats. It is believed that Henry Loom is Nelson, a Kentuckian, now a resident of Xcw York, will be made director ol the mint. -SEfRKTAHY Smith has finally con sented to appoint an allotting agent for the KicUapoo lands, and there is at Inst a prospect of jetting that reserva- Lion open to settlement. .1. LohA.v ('Hll')iAX, ' congressman from the. First Michigan district, Is dead, SVx'KtTAKY Smith' was shown a dis . . patch to the effect that " the Atlanta Journal had called upon congress to pass a free coinage bill. The secretary ' aid ho significance should be attached to. the editorials of this paper on ac count of the fact that he still holds a...

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