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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 June 1885

Ei - -- r Farm and Poultry Department Sun Flow r Seed for Poultry The properties of this seed arc pe culiar and a small quantity fed at the proper time will essentially aid in im parting to the plumage of adult fovJg a superior glos that no other grain will pioduce as has been determined by frequent piactical opyiments The common sunflower has long been grown by well informed fanci ers annually and largely for this pur pose but the Mammoth Russian seed introduced more recently into this country has proved remarkably useful in the above respect by those who have tried it The botanical name tor this huge flower with por potionately large seed is Heliathus annulus of the variety and one head of this grand plant was shown at the Centennial Exhibition measuring twenty one inches in diameter Thco Sagard in the Historic du Canada published in 1636 states that the Huron Indians cultivated the S A sunflower regularly for the pur pose of extracting from it the rare oil they contain with which...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 June 1885

k m i - V 150 Per Annum EIRSSVILLE CARDS j LDARR0W iiljE ir T 7 QTJINGT CASDS The following is a list or First class Quitt er Business ITourcs andrenrctcnlatiTO men Wc would cull the attention of those of our patrons t ho deal In Qulncy especially coun trrfmcrchantt to this list Especial care was taken to hare first class responsible men on the list h C WILLLYJISON BRASS FOUNDER Model Maker and Machine Repairer QUINCY Third and Main Streets ILLINOIS I All irorl guaranteed satisfactory or no pay Cub paid for old copper brass xlnc and lead Jgt C NICHOLS LAW AND REAL ESTATE SOS Main Street QUINCY ILLINOIS jgMITII HILL CO Manufacturers ol IRON HOUSE FRONTS hi All Kinds of Gray Iron Castiiios Quiney Illinois oraer Fifth and Ohio streets f H MIUHELMANN anuiacturer of all kinds ol STEAM BOI LER oal Oil Lard and Water Tanks Coolers Kettles Etc Also all kinds of Iron Work Smoke Stacks and jtrltchlSKS Special attention siren to all kinds of rapalfHic Orders by mall or telegraph promptly atten...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 June 1885

- i i a WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSYILLE UISSOURt T E ScnLErrr - rubUslicr nd Proprietor Friday June 12 1SS5 2SDIT03IAL NOTES Cape Girardeau gets the branch penitentiary The Gladstone Ministry has fallen and Gladstone will probably rcsTgn The gravest apprehensions are now felt over the Afghan question Indians near Silver City New Mexico are becoming very trouble some and have committed many murders We admire the Illinois post master who claimed that he had been an active partisan and ought to be bounced Its a mighty clear case of clean grit and honest politics There was another circus in the Illinois legislature last Friday Speaker Haines was most emphatically set down on as he should have been For pure and unadulterated check he takes the bun over all competitors And now the enemies of Jno Kelly in the ring claim that he is loosing his mind and are seeking to elect a new chief Jno Kelly may loose his mind but there is no danger of his loosing his reputation for honesty The wheat crop is e...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 June 1885

Vii T0R SALE A l S WEEKLY GRAPHIC K1RKSVHXE MISSOURI Publisher and Proprietor Friday Juno 12 1S85 gIBKSVlLLE R R TINE TABLE 0010 OOCTH - - aT Fre btnt - txprta Dtp -- S3 a tn MJS p ra ICCSa m tVm thli trtn forCouucUIllnffl chinuc t WOV JWtuvu qvJtr uir XiST WEST UiIltmllUvrcH nrrtvcs irrtves - sp m SM a m 311 in Sjtn KkMpm lpin 104p I THE WABASH DINING HALL KEAR THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP Islhopliwfor A REGULAR MEAL A SAXDW1CH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Gotten tin on yhort Notice anil In Flirt CI Btjlc The traveling public ana thoe ornrclU tent taUuir i arly or late trains will flnil till lnPu lr itettaurant a great com entente A toll line 01 clears lobccei tic on sale FOR TRADE Two excellent dwel lings In Kirksvillo Tor farm properly anusMlililn four or Ore miles of KlrasTllIc prelu red orwlll fell for cash at lnln CAOUSALE 0 acres ofcood land one mile west Jp oftown cheap for cash Applratthla oHce fTOR SALE a farm of 1G0 actes situ- ated eisbt miles cast of Klrk villc Good hnse irei...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 June 1885

i JVWjWKCO Tarm ni Poultry Dpwfcmoaj Feeding Farm Horses Text Farm and Ranch This is a very trying season of the year for farmers horses The work Us driving is all heavy with no olT days except Sundays and all oTthen do m t enjoy that season ot rest 1 ne wise larmer knowa that during Springs work and plowing time his teams will run down rapidly unless they have extra food and care and the latter is quite as important as the former It costs more to restore nin down animals than to keep them in good condition while ateam well fed and cared for will do more and hctter work The wear of work now comes most heavily on the muscles and the food should not only be sufficient but rich in nitrogenous or muscle producing teements Corn is very generally used as the concentrated leed for horses in the West This is a mistake since corn is largely a fat and heat producing food Oats peas and barley mixed with some corn should constitute the grain feed for farm or carriage horses especially in warm w...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 June 1885

ri I- jta 1 - r WRRKI V V I y 1 y I i j I 150 Per Annum VTAn PATHY Dawn of Health Happiness FOR ALL THE SEVEOTH SEAL OPENED A NEW HUMAN SENSE ADDEDTHE PRINCIPLE OF LIFE DISCOVERED THR0U8H The Vitapathic System of Nature Comprising a full and complete Vllapathy sy tem of medical pncUre anda corrects stem o diagnosis with Iht proper treatment lor every dls eue combining religion and science in one Invln clple system of Life and health for the whole hn san family curing mind ana body of every dls um with NATURES VITAL HEALING POWERS employed though AIR WATER FOOD HEAT LIGHT ELECTRICITY MAGNE TISM VITAL EriRITaldod by the wondertal Ht lleOlantSleetrlellatterrand CheXew 1atcm El ectric Vapor Hath Poison extracted Irora the system and the blood fnnfleo Tlie system cleared 01 mercury tobacco and otherdelrtirionf substance anil the whole man places Is a poalUosc to br -reached rind cored by natures remedies 1 hare opened an ofSce for Ibe teatniet of the affilct d at my residence two blocks ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 June 1885

1 l l i IL11 WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVlLLEj MISSOURI T I Scblstt - rublWlier ami lroptlolur Friday June 19 1835 EDITOSIAL NOTES The cholera is raging in por tions of Spsin Gladstones resignation will mark an epoch in the history of Eng land The prolixity of the alumni ad dress Tuesday evening was in strong contrast with the profurridity The Gladstone cabinet has re signed aud the Marquis of Salisbury has decided to form a new ministry The first volume ol General Grants boolc will be issued in Dec the second in March There are al ready subscribers for the wont The long and vexing strike at Bevicr has ended The miners succeeded in securing better terms much better thsn they have had heretolore and every thing is now serene and all paities happj The day has past when an in- lndifTerent speaker can come to Kirks vilte and from a few notes entertain an audience for an hour and fifteen min utes It is a fact worthy of mention that all strikes in Missouri this spring have been amicably adjusted...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 June 1885

If jVvr L4 Friday Jim 19 1885 tiuuildicd lorthrteyiars liucnorsuunss - i V - WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI TEScette - Publisher audPreprictor EIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE 10BO SOCTU wir uprri taTrrelrhl - Saia U V p m 1033 a IU MH ACp ro rjvrti Icp 8tu ra war Frtlchi Tale this mil for OuuncHWuns change at Own stood Janclou QKlr mv EAST J ill and rjuuriui Stlsa ia trtlfbt arrises ICMp ni WET Mall and Express arrtioa rrrlrbl arrives SJ pu -5 104J p m 7Y IWWW DilllHG HALL KEAU THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP lslhc place for AKEGCLAItMEAli A SAXDWICH Oil A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Gotltn upon Miorl Notice nJ In First Class Mj J c Tlie tra tllii public and tliosr of our dU rtnttaVlortarlror laielralnsvlllllud llil popu lar KiMaurant a great com nlmce A lull Hoc ot cigars tobaccos etc rn tali CTOR -- lltl TKADE Two excellent tn KlrksrlllH for farm property arms within four or fire mile of KlrlsWIls rrctr red or will stll for caali ul u tianraln or partic ulars address OKAWlICOrHCE U acres ofcood ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 June 1885

Mf w V V- or T S541 -- FINANCIAL STATEMENT Adair County Mo For the year ending April 30 1885 State op Missouri County of Adair J ss MAT REGULAR TERM 1885 In tho County Court of said coun ty on tho 9th day of May 1885 the following among othor pro ceedings were had to wit Ordered by the Court that S S McLaughlin GJcrk of tho County Court proceed forthwith to mnko out tho financial statomont of Adair county Missouri for tho year ending April 30th 1885 as required by sections 5389-90-91 Revised Statutes of Missouri 1S79 and that ho canso said stato mont to bo published in each of tho threo city papers for tho sum of Twcnty fivo Dollars each And in compliance with said order tho following statcmont has been pre pared by tho Clerk to wit Contingent Fund r Jno Pattorson premium on maples 8 00 Jno W Bledsoe guard pris 3 00 Tno Turnmire wolf scalp prem 150 B W Ross Co coal etc for jail 6 00 Carothers Greene sun dries for county 3 35 B F Larakin clothes for Clingsmitli boys 5 10 J I Shaw wol...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 June 1885

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Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 June 1885

B ffi f fc I 1 lw m U ft WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI TEuwjrrr - rnblblicr tod Proprietor Friday Jnnc 26 18S5 EDITOSIAIt ST0TE3 A wonderful change has taken place in the park since the Graphic called it a cow pasture It is now worthy the name park even in a city of Ktrksvilles pretensions Cinl service reform cuts a small figute in the prosperity of Adair county Agricultural and stock grow ing reform are the things that play the important part in our prosperity The last legislature passed a law making it a misdemeanor punish able with a fine of 50 for each of ience for every keeper of a billiard or pool taWe to permit any one to play on the same who is under 21 years of age The law went into effect the 25 th of this month A large lot of job work was done at this office for LaPlata this week Good presses and rapid work men enable us to challenge competi tion in quality and prices with any job office in North Missouri -Merchants in adjacent towns should make a note of this and wh...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 June 1885

3 WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI Publisher and Proprietor TESCMWTB jVidav June 2C 1885 gBESTILLE R B TIME TABLE 00120 10CTU - a am Bill - llJT p WWtn itt - - - -- 63tp m Kill - SOJ m lSik Jr in SAr rtli oin of Conndl ulaB tl n oi Jinclon q vir sit X18T WIST tfansBaKxr arrtc iL rkt arrive tSOpm 1040 p m THE WABASH DINING HALL NEAR THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP IsUieplacffor AEEGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE flotttn upon Short NoUce and In First Class ml e be iravellnt public and those of onr utlaK rtr or 1st train wjll find ibis Popn Sr Ewwirant a great convenience X mil line ot glut tobacco etc on tale COR TRADE Two excellent dwel tl linmi n Mrksvlllo for farm property wltMn four or fire miles of KlrksVllle prefur XoryUlUforcashtarl rUS aaox nOBSALE M acres of rood land one mile west P ef town cheap for cash Apply at this office nuCA ftf n tarm nf 1fiO rim ps R i iv MtlA nef f Vll evlllrt nnA k cm Tell watered A Terr desirable plecs of JptrtT Inquire alibis ogee A f...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 June 1885

I MMNMMMMlMa -a - r Trm aud Poultry Department Baildiag up a Hay Stack The1 great point to be seemed in stacking hay is to keep the center the highest It this is done water can not penetrate into the stack but will find its way to the outside under the most unfavorable circumstances If on the other hand the center is hol low the water must drain into the center and so ruin the stack An excellent way to build a stack is to set a tall sapling firmly in the ground with a foundation of laUs around it then begin at the center and place the hay about the pole gradually spreading until the edge of the base is reached Con tinue building up the stack the high est in the center around the pole the builder standing in the center so as to tread the hay firmly there As the stack settles the outside sinks more than the center and helps to make the stack better The top of the stack is finished by fastening a covering of hay to the pole with hay bands wound firmly around it A stack so made will not...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 3 July 1885

Si k W 4 if fe r AUMUCtK 250 Per Annum QUINCY CAEDS Tho following is allft of First class Quln erTSnttncs Houses au lTcprcsentatlve men Wo would call the attention of thoo of nur patrons who deil ItrQulucy especially coun try merchants to tills llt Especial care was taken to Uivc llrstclass responsible lucnoD the llfct r 0 WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDER Model Maker act JlAcnrxE Repairer Third and Main StlxuU QUIKCY ILLINOIS AH work Koaranted tatisfactor ornopay Cash pilJ for old copper brass zinc and lead fr G NICHOLS LAW AND REAL ESTATE MSMsJu Street QiUKOY - - ILLINOIS QMITR HILL CO a O araW I1 Manufacturers ol IRON HOUSE FRONTS i All Kinds of Gray Iron Castinus Quincy Illinois orner Fifth and Ohio streets J mi helmann anufacturer of all kinds ot STEAM BOI LER oil Oil Lanl and Water Tanks Cooler Kettles Etc Alio all Umls or Iron Wort MnoKc Stacks and jritclilnps btrcclal attctiUun Ktven to all kinds of ttpalrlig Orders by mall ortclepranh promptly itleDdcU to becoud haudlloller always o...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 3 July 1885

lit I m a a s - f t tCii Jo- 3 jVW 5 4 WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKsVlLLE MISSOURI T E SniiLKTTS - Publisher and Proprietor Friday Jnlv 3 1885 XDITOEIAL NOTES General Grant continues to grow weaker each day The story of Tanbark Town- ship ought to have been sup pressed The soil poorly majtged makes farmers poor Poor farmers make everybody poor The web worm andthe wet worm aredoing serous damage to growing com in parts ot Kansas Missouri and Illinois Our neighbor over the way seems to be loosing his grip on his usual high toned standard of morality at least he quietly ignores that over which he has been wont to make much ado- Catalogues for St James Ac cademy and St Agnes Hall are on our table The work was done by the Times Printing House Macon Mis souri J A Hudson proprietor It is first class in every particular and we have not seen better work done by any house in the state After all the talk -of the demo cratic papers about the swindling of John Roach a thorough test of the ship Dolphin pr...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 3 July 1885

ffwgNS A WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MlSOORI Tr 8JHtETTE Publisher and Proprietor rr Friday July 3 1885 R TIME TABLE socca totrru UOIKOSORTIt frD - - - qvtr MT XAST WIST and Impress arrlTcf - u 11 JLtAt arrives - r trade Two s am 11JC p in iossaja C01 a m Jiftr5n forConncllIllttirs chKet icrfjunclou 3 P IU Sisam lOMp a JUpn 1040 p m T WABASH DINING HALL SEAU ISE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP lstheplacxfor ABEGULARMEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT COP OP COFFEE fiotun upon hort Notice and In First Class til t The traveling pnbllc ana those of oor cttl latlnr early or lale trains will and tills popu lar EMtaorant a great convenience A lull line ot jjxr tobaccos etc on ale Is rin anns excellent Kirksville for farm property Erase Mattie tcney loney Davis John L Helder L II Hays Elzma Lortoii John HeakeEVJt Saaanon R D trilhln four or Ave rolles of Klrfcsvllle prefer rwllliellforcajliatji baixaln ForpartlC sadJress OlUfHlCorFlUE rrOK ALE Wacrca ofcood land one mile well Jj of town cheap for cash Apply a...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 3 July 1885

II ES - Sff Z Taxm ai Poultry Diprtawt Poultry ns a Tarm Crop DrD M Dickie in the following letter to the Bucks Caunty Intelligeucer gves an interesting estimate of the very large poultry production lor which that part ot Pennsylvania has been famous for many years Mr Ash in one ol his recent papers on The Fertility of the Soil etc refers to me as authority on topics relating to poultry and hints that I might be able to give some statistics oi the poultry products of the county Two years ago I went to some trouble to collect information on which to base estimates interviewing producers storeOceepers commission men and shippers JJy using the data I could command the estimate run to an astonishingly high figure 2000000 per annum at current market prices leaving out of the consideration all transactions in fancj poultry and fancy prices Nobody In our county has any intelli gent idea of the amount of poultry and eggs produced in it except possibly some of the individuals who are en gage...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 10 July 1885

ef s1w v7 i 2T1 if- Tiie rC a f t V - 5- QITKsOY OAS335 lj nifJwials1tiofrirstIaS8 nu of Uickc of our v troas who tcalin Qulncy especially coun 4vfjnf in tliU list tecll care TjT BtMUi uin -- -- -- - - to hrA first C WILLIAMSON - BRASS FOUNDER iModki Maker and Machine Retaikek Third una Jiuobirecu - - ILLINOIS SfrQtftSCY BfJSS ftr W copptr brass xlncantl lead M r 15Q Br Annum J titen na on the list class responsible a NICHOLS LAW AND REAL ESTATE KBMilnStrtet T - jQiilKOr -- ILLINOIS - i tth ijtiT - Cn I - C Manufacturers ol l t IRON HOUSE FRONTS Atx Kinds of Gray Iron Castih us Quincy Illinois jv orncr Fifth and Ohio streets H MI JHELMANN anufaciurer of all kinds ol STEAM BUI LJiK oil Oil Lard and Water Tanks Coolers Kettles Etc ilioallllridsoflron Wort Smoxe Stacks and km mrin and Sec Streets QUIVCt ILLIXOIS KIEKSVILLE CABDS L BARROW NOTARY PUBLIC BEU ESTATE IKSURAHGE A6ENT KlRKSVILLE MO Will bnyand cell Real Estate pay taxes yrile and acknowledge deeds of all kinds fcsie abstracts...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 10 July 1885

3S ri a J Ijf I It manner of feeding poultry that are Uyere is considerably different from - that or feeding those that are breeders la the litter case we want eggs tthat i hatch chickens with a strong con- v itmion and good qualities tthiie m Oic finner case we want eggs only ii care not whether thev will hatch or not our only ani is to get the greatest Mimbcrofezgs from our fowls 1 In order to accomplish this end wc keep our pullets or last gears hatch and feed all that they will eat 1 1 rich Food constantly growing richer if th flag we give a stimulant to j -art to them a fresh start red pepper is the cheapest and perhaps the best thins for the purpose cowls will con liuus to iSywell the second year but it ill notbcfbund as profitable to Iced them through their moulting as it would to seep them lay- i g their best for one year and then kill then- Another thing if you only tcep them one year you will have no tounh fowls to haunt your dreams KtixiNG Young Hens Young hens may be kil...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 17 July 1885

St- Pi 1 JT v -I UfflJWL i 7 7 VJ HssiiiiHBsSBBHBsBssMBwBlBBllBBiisP - iSSKn WjJrJg3hi 150 Per Annum QUlKCY OAEBS The folio wins is a list of First class Quln ef Business 1Ioncs andepnscntaUvo men We would cull the attention of those of our patrons who deal in Qulncy especially coun try merchants to this list EspccUl care was isHca io nave men on the list lirst tlass responsible 0 WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDER Model Maker and Machine Repairer TUnt and Main S tree Is QUINCY - ILLINOIS All work euarantecd saUfactnry orno pay Cash paid ror old copper brass zinc anil lead j C NICHOLS LAW AD REAL ESTAT E SOS Main Mrect QUINCY - - - ILLINOIS SMITH HILL CO Manufacturers ot IRON HOUSE FRONTS K X I All Kinds of Gray Iron Castius Quincy Illinois orner Fifth and Ohio streets f J MKJHELMANX ofall kinds ot STEAM BQI LER oal OX Lard and Water Tail Coolers Kettles Etc AIM all kinds of Irra Work Smoke Stacks and jrltcblnps fcpeclal attention civm to all kinds of repairing Orders by mall or telegraph pro...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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