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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 3 November 1893

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC. W. H. i'BKNCiL, Editor mid Manager. wucuntoii raice. 'ooeTawr .WW - 74 ,P.tm youths. Entered at the poetomee in be aity of ' r Kinsley as secoad-OJSM mail matter, OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER . FRIDAY. NOVEMflEH X. WW. Tub iepulUcuu poliiicnuis have Hlrtiidy begun to uriud out their utmal giu of -Ittlor election lies' Tliey have but little effect however, as our votejrs jue too ttliiewd to be taken in Xiy ueh old tricks. QB3. T. Douglass lias become so ubuaive and indecent in his speeches lately that even stalwart republicans cannot stoiiiach his vituperations. At one of his meetings lt week, in tlie not t Lei n pari of lUa slate, bis laii uae became no utfen&ive ttiut one of the oiii rei'UOJjcan naiiiarcus Mho Has aitliug on the pi.alloriu, rose up iu anger and said, as tie brought his cane down emphatically: "This lia goue fr enuufcii. it must slop." George vaa oauiy rallied oy Hie uiiiouaed lr iiileirupliyii, but managed to gather liimaeif together aim resume hi...

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. — 3 November 1893

s V 0 TIUC TIBTV en a. n n rt I ssjaa lADliH A. I. K . r. K.Ji.1 eaednle la Sect June jSta. IMt tumooiM wear. Jfe. 1 California Kz. Lmtm..;....: - California Litat'd - MSClorado .. - - "Tootoraeo "MloKW Aceom Ar UUcejFrelcht Lmtm TR4KS OOIKO BAST. a. t Atlantic Ex Leaves : " Ootunthian L'm'i'd - , ; rkiowu - S Mo Itfver Ex . i m a m .1I4DPH AIM em .iwri .turn . sn m . S I M . 0 M . 4 40 P M . S 10 P It . T A M "Local Frsii t " ... Traloa 1.3,, 4, Si and 3t2 are vie r K W Trains 4 and eoonei-t M Burrton wltk dTtiaao K K for poluta eaat C. F. i-PCBG I X. Agent. Oi SIMPSON, THE DENTIST, Will be in Kinsley one week in each - month. Next month from October JMrd to the 28th. I MIKE A SPECIALITY OF CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. LOCAL NEWS. "Am. Porter arrived home Tuesday ixxm from the Fair. M. DeTar and wife returned from the World's Fair Monday night. The Ep worth League will serve "lunch on election night in the Heiller building. Vote for Dr. Eckert for surveyor. lie ia in the race ai d ill fi...

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. — 3 November 1893

THEIR FIRST CLOUD. Bow the Leeks ikd OntaMa tf Eg-ypt Bw tmme a staple of the rnmlmd Land. They had been married less than a month. Their three weeks of a bridal- tour was over and they had been in the little nest which he had provided for bis birdie only Tour days. In those four days a change had come over her. She was not the same happy, blithe some creature she had been. She seemed to be brooding1 orer something a hidden sorrow which she showed no inclination to reveal to him. What could it be? lie determined to ask her to assert his rights to command her to divulge her secret if necessary. One evening- he led her to the sofa and asked her; bnt she shrank from reveal lag her secret. "But you mast. I command yon!" -Why why " "Well, what is it?" he demanded im patiently, as she paused. -Must I tell?" "You must," replied Edwin with & great lump in his throat. "Will you promise not to despise mo or send me home to mamma?" "I make no promises until I hear your story," said Edwin, ...

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. — 10 November 1893

GRAF. X TIME LIKE THIS DEMAXDS STBOXG MHDS, GREAT HEARTS, TRUE FAITH JLSD BEAST HAKDS. VOL. XVII. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1893. NO. 3. MIIXLEY OX TOP. Be Carries Ohio by a Decisive Vote. DEMOCRATS LOSE EXTE5SIYELY. McKinley Ke-elected with Plurality of Sixty Thousand The Legislator Two-Thirds Republican Other Elections. Coltobvs, O., Nov. 8. With a plural ity of 50.000 and two-thirds of both branches of the legislature, McKinley has won . the most decisive victory re corded in Ohio since the civil war. It has been won on national isue. JLU " though McKitfiey was running1 for re , -election as governor, he made state affairs secondary to protection and honest money in all his speeches, num bering1 110. It would not have been a surprise two weeks ago, Dut after the action of congress, there seemed to have been such a reaction that the overwhelming vote is a surprise. The democrats did not allow the contest to go by default, but made a most vigor - ous fig...

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. — 10 November 1893

THE CIKSLEY GRAPHIC W. H. fkxxcH, Editor and Manager. mcumoi raica. One Tear $150 Six Months - 75 Entered at the postoffioe in the city of Kinder a eoond-claat buUI matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER fBlPAT, KOVBMBBB 10. 1888. McKinlky carri&l Ohio by 82,000 plurality. Iowa gave Cleveland a black eye to the extent of about 30,000 plurality. Colorado voted in favor of Woman Suffrage Tuesday by a majority of over 4,000. . A million men have been thrown out of. employment during the last three months, according to the Brad streets reports. Pennsylvania rolled up a majority against gold-bug democracy of over .135,000. . .- Why is it not paternalism for the government to loan money - to. the banks, to grant franchises, to corpora tioiis, to control inter-state commerce, and all lines of communication? Pa ternalism to the few and injustice to the manj.-Paola Time. From the meager returns received from the several counties in the state no definite figures can be made as to gains or losses 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. — 10 November 1893

TIME TABLE A. T. & S. F. B. B. S Jhednla in effect June 25tn, 1898. TBAimOOIXQ WX8T." Ho. 1 California Ex. Leaves 1 06 a u 3 California Lira't'd Al 40 r u " 6 Colorado " SOOpm -1 Colorado " " 12 30 p M 841 cKtw Accom Ar 1 40 r m " 45 Local Freight Leaves 2Um TRAIHlGOIKO BUST. ffo. 2 Atlantic Ex Leares 6 SO p M 4 Columbian im't'd" 6 15 an " Chicago " " 820AM " 8 Mo Kfver Kx " 440pm " 342 C K W Accom - 3 10 P M " 46 Local Freight " 720am Trains 1, S, 3, 4, 341 and 342 are via CK4W urancn. Trains 4 and 8 connect at Burrton With Frisco B H tor points east. C.F. BPCBOIH.Aa-ent O; L. SIMPSON, THE DENTIST, Will be in Kinsley one week in each month. Next month from December 4th. to the 9th. I MAKE A SPECIALITY OF CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. LOCAL NEWS. C. II. Seamans returned Saturday. He moved bis family to Wichita this week, where he will reside. James Robinson and Grant Fulton came up from Enid Monday, to vote. and returned Tuesday afternoon. C. R. Uine, father of F. B. nine, came in from...

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. — 10 November 1893

t, , r , Mrs. A. C. MedlocU . ' , , ; Cured of a Bad Case ol Scrofula ' "Orleans, Iod., Hay 13; 1893. "I am justified la thinking Hood's SarsapariUa a splendid medicine by own experience with It. I was a frreat "sufferer from scrofula, having dreadful sores in my ears and on my bead, sometimes like large Doil8.aiscbargin; nil the time. Mv husband instated that ' 1 take Hood's Sarsapuriila. At tbe first bottle . My Appetite Improved, and I felt somewhat better. So I "bought another bottle, and by the timo it was ball 5 one the scrofula had entirely disappeared, am now entirely free from scrofula and Hood'sCures was never in better health. Hood's Sarsa pariUa also cured me of a terrible pain in my side, which the doctor said was canned by neuralgia of the heart. Mas. AX. Medlock. Hood'8 Pills cure liver Ills, constipation, biliousness, jaundice.slck headache, indigestion. 'August 99 "What is August Flower for?" As easily answered as asked.. It is for Dyspepsia. . It is a special rem e...

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. — 17 November 1893

T A TIMS LIKE THIS DEMAKDS 8TK0KQ MIXDS, GREAT HEARTS, TEUE FAITH A5D BEADY' BAUDS. KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1893. VOL. XVII. NO. 4. CURRENT COMMENT. The rumor that there are defects in the new armoured cruiser New York is officially denied. Ax ordinance has been issued reduc ing' the amount oi roubles which a traveler is permitted to take out of Russia free of duty from ICO to 50. African natives recently attacked the British mission in the Shire coun try, Africa, and two Sikh soldiers were killed in defending the mission. From January to October of this year 78,434 aliens arrived as cabin passen gers in this country, making an in crease of 32,746 over last year's arrivals. Gov. McKislet has received a con gratulatory letter from Mrs. Lucretia Garfield, in which she says McKinley's next position must be the highest in. the gift of the people. The longest iron railway bridge in Germany has been opened. It epans the Vistula between Forden, in Irus- sian P...

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. — 17 November 1893

THE KINSLEY GRAPHIC XV. II. Fukmcii, Editor and Manager. KUBaCKIFTIOn PKICB. One Tear $150 Biz Months 75 Entered at tbe postofHoe In the city of Kinsley as second-olass mail matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Fill DAT, NOVEMBER IT. 1893. FOR THE POPULISTS. HENCEFORTH FOtt THE PEOPLE. O ikland, Cal., Oct. 16. There was a mi t little renunciation meetincr in Lio-rtv Hall yesterday afternoon, at 2 p. in. Major ilcEirali, an old-time drtui torat, said he had voted the demo crat ticket fur the last time, and Judge -E t f ' , 1 ....... , . I.Inv mmiMirt'iii I -iinally repudiated his republicansui. Tue Major was then and trine elected president and the Judge second vice president of the people's party club, which has just been organized, aud they are now full-fledged populists. Missouri World. We were well acquainted with the above-named gentlemen from 1877 to .1882, when we lived in Oakland. Major McElrath was an able lawyer doing business in San Francisco, and prominent in democratic circles,...

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. — 17 November 1893

TIMETABLE A. T. & S. F. B. R. Ectaedule In effect June 26th, 1883. TBAIKSOOIKO WEST. No. 1 California Ex, Leaves 1 06 a if 3 California Ltm't'd " 11 4 r u -1 Colorado " SOOpm 7 Colorado " 12 30 r M " 31 o K W Accom Ar 1 40 p m " 5 Local Freight Leaves 9 66 r u TBAIKS OOIKO KA8T. fio. t Atlantic Ex Leaves 6 50pm 4 Columbian L'm't'd" 6 15 a u - 6 Chicago " 820AM "tMo Mirer Ex " 4 40 p m - 842 C K W Accom S 10 M 44 Local Freight " I SO a m Trains J, S, 3, 4, 341 and 349 are Tin CK W Branch. Trains 4 and 8 connect at Burrton with Frisco B B for I"'" p0RGIN, AKent. Os TL. SIMPSON, THE DENTIST, Will be in Kinsley one week in eacb month. Next mouth from December 4tb. to tbe 9tb. I MA KB A eraCIALlTT OF CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. LOCAL NEWS. A. Gorham was in the city Monday F. B. Hine and F. D. Smith went to Ford City Wednesday. Thomas Mayhew, of Belpre, is very ill with typhoid fever. L. D. Noble whs in the city Tues day on liia regular trip. Wamteo at oscb at the Alamo Htel, a dining room...

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. — 17 November 1893

4i HoodVCures Mr. X. B. Frt In Misery With Dyspepsia Distress In the Stomach Tired and Nervous New York City, June 22, 1893. I was In misery with dyspepsia. Sometimes I had no appetite, and when I did eat a hearty meal I felt much distress for hours after. I did not seem to have any ambition; was restless at night, and in the morning tired ant nervous. My digestion was irregular and unsatisfactory. My wife urged me to take Hood's SarsapariUa, and the result is that I have Never Felt Better In all my life than now. I have gained nine pounds, and am free from all dyspeptic symp toms. I can eat a hearty meal with a good rel ish." Louis R. Fretz, 1724 Amsterdam Ave. Hood's Pills re prompt and efficient, yet easy In action. Sold by all druggists. 25a 26 POULTRY YARD IHPtin. ftOUt E4ltJm. Writ teaflTe jrarsarierl had learned to make Hogs and Poultry a Buo eea. A plain, practical system, easily learned; describe all or their disease and their remedies, llew tm make liens ley Enca. fhnlra. ...

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. — 24 November 1893

3! KTOSLEY Q-RA P. MX TtttB LIKE THIS DfcBLLJrbS STROXG WXDS, GREAT HEARTS, TRUE FAITH A5D READY HaHDS. VOL. XVII. KINSLEY; EDWARDS COUNTRY KANSAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1893. NO. 5. GBA$l)t GEOWING. Bumming Up the Results of the . a " Elections. .-: Enormous Gains by the Populists In All the States Sow Prepare fot a, Forward ! Movement In the Next Con test. '......!.' ' -i"' The electionsof 1893 have now paused into history and the populists have no cause-tobe.aBhamecT oftbeT Shewing they have'made"" Uhe people's party hot only Kaving made . substantial gains over their vote of 1892,' but having done o in the face of a much -lighter aggre gate vote and a manifest loss in strength of the combined vote of the twin frauds. Of .cpursettyAsspqiated pregsspiv KisWntrith its-at lying-and partifcaA recordfcj6taiBatiB? Sgmored 4h&ppj nlist vote, while the "intellectual prosti tates'"TvhOm Whitelaw Reid declared edited the metropolitan;, journals, tree to their partisan instincts, sacrifi...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 24 November 1893

- THE KITtSLEY GRAPHIC. : ; V. II. Fuexch, Editor and Manager, j scBSCKiertoa pkioc ) One Tear - ..SIS"! Six M out hi "a i Entered at tbe potnflk.-e in ibe city of Klusley as secoiid-ciaas in ail miller. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Fit ID AT, NvVBMD!t 21, 18HZ. THE ADDRESS IN' FULL The Financial Issues Staled by lLe People's KeprcSKntatives. . WUXt THE GOLD STANDARD MEANS TO THIS mcUUCLNG CLASSES. AH Al'PliAL TO Tiia VKOPLE 'lO ACT AT T11JS I'OLLS. 7b t7ie People of tiie Untied States: The ci.i.llict of the money-power balllinj for a fcold oliguichy and the masses struggling tor constitutional liberty is luoiueulous mid inepiesbible. War and enlripiise anliciiaibu iuluie plod action for Hie piservalioii of our government and the development ol our resources. The wuiid's accumulations of go.d 'and silver foiuied the basis ot the money volume available to nay time contracts. The agaiegate Ueuts ol Hie world exceeded luo,uou,Ouu,uOo. Less than $8, 000,000,000 of golu ana silver constituted t...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 24 November 1893

Tl 1 ' " - "ffiML4 TABLE A. T. & S. F. B. R. I California Ex. Lmtm.. ..IMAM ..ll torn .. t 00 9 M ..It Writ .. 1 40 M ..turn -kVKW Ann Ar iri1M Lmtm tatXM oti . jfeSAttaofwaK tM?M. ompm nioiuu VmCx - u m - SSam -tiHt HTW Kx - 440PM -tag a m w 19 a A mtttl,S,,4,S41AtlWVta CKW JlMi u B B tot woiof t. cr.8Firaom.Acwt. Ol X. OIMPSON, THE DENTIST, Will b In Kinsley one week In each BBtmth. Next ssouth from December 41. to the th. t Mxu onciALrrr or C3VM AK3 E2G WORK. LOCAL NEWS. James Doak went back to his claim oath of Alva Wednesday. Col. C c Dcuers win return to rona Creek to-morrow morning. Wanted at oxcb t the Alamo JMl, A uiaiu( riH-tn gut. J. P. Shannon of Lincoln township. baa gone to Eureka Spring for hi CAltU. BOBH: To the wife of Theodore - Telger, at Lewis, November 17th, a daughter. C. B. Iline, who has been visiting hie eon F. B. nine, for a short time, went east Tuesday. t il i . r i ,- nrw vuuuvj uiuuicr i . vuu- ? of Lincoln township was stricken With paralysis this ...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kinsley graphic. — 24 November 1893

Nervous Headaches There are no people more miserable than those who suffer from this trouble, and there are none more happy than those who have been cured by Hood's Barsa pariila. Road below: "I personally recommend Hood's Sarsaparllla to my friends because It has been of great bene fit to me. I have been suffering with dyspepsia and nervous headaches for several years. Alter using other preparations without success, I concluded to try Hood's and am pleased to say I have been benefited more by Hood's Sarsapa rllla than by all other medicines combined. In fact, it has cured mo. I have also used it as a blood purifier with marked success, and I Hood'ssfCures also find Hood's Pills very beneficial" D. Webster Baker, 28 South Penn St., York, Pa. Hood's PtllS cure Constipation by restoring the peristaltic action of the alimentary canal. August Flower" Eight doctors treated me for Heart Disease and one for Rheumatism, but did me no good. I could not speak aloud. Everything that I took int...

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. — 1 December 1893

rjn y ; ' HA. TIME LIKE THIS DEMANDS STR0X8 M5DS, GREAT HEARTS, TEUE FAITH ASD EEADT HA5DS." VOL.-X VII. ' KINSLEY. EDWARDS COUNT V, KANSAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1893. NO. 6. Ill bissell's,:brief. Annual Report of the Postmaster c OeheraL" REVENUES ' SHOW , ..DEFICIT. Expectation' of Profit cm Colombian Stamps Not Wholly Fulfilled Mail Subsidy blBcoDtinaecl Over time Charges Stepped. WAsnrsaTox, Nov. 29. The following- abstract of the annual report of Postmaster-General Bissell was given out yesterday: 1 The postmaster-general, in his finan cial statement, shows the deficiency for the year ended June SO, 1893, was $5, 177,171, instead of 81,552,423, as estimat ed by Mr. Wanamaker,and that instead of a surplus of $873,245 for the current fiscal year, as estimated by Mr. Wana- makcr, there will be an estimated de ficit of 87,830,473. He estimates the gross revenue for the fiscal year ending June 30, J894, at 884,427,748 and the gross expenditures at 890,399,485, leav ing an estimated.....

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. — 1 December 1893

THE KJNSUJ GRAPHIC. V. II. Fhexch, Editor and Manager. One Year ....... ...... Six Mouths -.- .fl Entered at the pottnfBce fa the aftf ot Klusley as eeond-o;ss mail matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER FRIDAY, DECEMBER I. 18. Strange how iojile rally to the support "t a dead party. A new you ufist paper at Marshalltowii, lows. luok in 36 8uleciiitioti8 i one week. Tub pjpulist vote in Virginia last year was 12,275. This year it was 7.5,0(M). We fie willing to see just 8 ten a "lecliiie'r as this in every state of the union. Tom Watson says the rejoicing of the democrats over the fact that the carried Virginia, rewinds him of the mid-wife w1)o lt llB cliiltf au1 t,,e mother, .but saved the father. Htr those states where the democrats knew they could not win, they helped the republicans:; and in those stales where the republicans knew they could not win, they Jieljujsd the democrats T-Kunms Common?. THE OTHER SIDE. AM amusing thing about election reports in old party papers they make compari...

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. — 1 December 1893

... 1t- r r f ! l Si ! ) f 1 31 . Mr' TIME TABLE f A: T. & S. K R. R. Ichedala In effect June 2Btb. 1893. TRAIKft COtKO WEST. Ho. 1 California F.Xi lnveg. ....... S California Lftn't'd ... -Colorado ....'. "Tooloraao " ....;. "WICKftW Accmn At...:..: " to Local Frebrht Leaves TUaV30ISO EASTr lf& I Atlantic Ex L?nvea 4 Columbian E'm't'd Chicago " , - Mo Hirer Ex . " .. 1 05 A M ..11 4"S M .. (X m ..S0 x .." 1 4 P.M .. 2 &5 P M t mi p m 6 IS H 20 A U 4 40 p m 3 10 P M 7 20 A M MS cKtW Aecom - "Local Fretffht r: Train 1.8, , 4,341 and 312 are v'a : it w Mwmneu. Trains 4 find -connoct at Burrtou wiib Frisco UK for points eat. : ' C K. SPCKGl'S, Agent. O; L. SIMPSON, the Identist; "Wilt be iii Kinsley one week in each mouth. Next nion tli from December 4th. to the 9th. I MAKE A SPECIALITY QT CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. LOCAL iNENVS. The boys are byppy. Nice smooth ice on Smart's pond. W. II. French went to Hutchinson Monday. Mrs. Geo. GoddarJ is suffering from an attack pngnnipnia...

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. — 1 December 1893

UPOGRAMMATISTS - A Literary Folly to Which gome A o lent Writers Wfre Much Given. The Greeks otten composed lipogram matic works works in which one let; ter of the alphabet is omitted. In this manner Tryphiodorus wrote his "Odys sey; he had not Alpha in his first book, nor Beta in his second; and so on with the subsequent letters; one after an other. This "Odyssey" was an imitation of the lipogrammatic "Iliad" of Nestor. There was an ode by Pindar, in which he had purposely omitted the letter Sigma. In fact, this ingenuity was a literary fashion, encouraged even by people who ought to have been the first to oppose such nonsense. In Latin there is a little prose work ef Fulgentius which the author divides into twenty-three chapters according to the order of the twenty-three letters of the Latin alphabet. From A to O are still remaining. The first chapter is without A, the second without B, and bo on. The Persians were not free from this literary folly, but one of them received a good...

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. — 8 December 1893

ONSLEY Q-B,A.P. rjn :o. "A TIME LIKE THIS DEMANDS STBOSQ JU5DS, GEEAT HEARTS, TBUE FAITH AXD BEADY HAITDS. VOL. XVII. KINSLEY, EDWARDS COUNT If, KANSAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1893. NO. 7. TO COXGKESa The President Sends In Els Regular December Message. Work And Recommendations Appertaining to the Department Necessity of Re. treDchmen t Treasury Condi Uob and Tariff Chances. Washington, Dec 4. The president's message to congress was not so long as expected. The Hawaiian matter Was not extensively referred to, advices being awaited. The views of the presi dent on foreign and domestic affairs are as follows: Message to the congress of the United States: The constitutional duty which requires the president from time to time to give to the con Rresa information of the state of the anion and recommend to their consideration such meas ure as he shall Judge necessary and expedient, la fittingly entered upon by commending to the congress a careful examination of the detailed statement and well...

Publication Title: Kinsley Graphic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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