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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 August 1885

I Ui 1 1 PBifc tt 5 WEEKLY GRAPHIC K1RKSVILLE MISSOURI T E SctiLtTrr Publisher and Proprietor Friday August 21 1835 23DXTGBIAHTOTES England Chiila and Japan have formed an alliance against Kussia A Connecticut editor who had licked seven men in three years was called upon by a woman the other day who knocked scvcd years growth out of him with a rolling pin in just four minutes A Mohammedan university 900 years older than Oxford is still flour ishing at Cairo asm the days of Ara bian conquests It contains but one room the floor is paved and the roof is supported by 400 columns The Normal catalogue for the Normal School at this place is on our table The cover is of good quality and the workmanship on this part of the catalogue is first class but like the walls ol the penitentiary where the work was done it covers up much bad inside It is rumored that Mr Hatch will not be a candidate for congress at the next election Should he con clude to withdraw there will be a ter rible scramble fo...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 August 1885

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T E ScmxTTE liblishcr and Proprietor Friday August 21 1S35 KIRKSVILLE R R TO1E TABLE rTprrt -T Frelcht repress Iep mieht OUxi 0OUTH 3 a m 11 p m - Ar3isITV0uau - ArS SLrlO Up in aOCTOnORTII 6stn rn - 3tBa m ArISJpmLT Sp m Ar 3 li n m IT 310 11 ut Tate this train for Council Bluff ooJ Jancion QXF D1T XAST ill aid repress arrlTt iTtisht arrlTes - WXST Vail end Express arrive rrSftil arrives - - HARRIED hanjrcat 83 m 10 Mp m SSlpra 100 p a 7W WABASH DINING HALL NEAB THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP It the place for A REGULAR MEAL A SAXDW1CH OR A HOT CUP OP COFFEE fintten op on short Notice and In First Clan llle The traveling public and thoe of onrctU rca tallnc early or laic train will Sod this popu lar Btstanrant a preat convenience A full line ol elfars tobaccos vie on sale F3R TRADE Two excellent dwel lings in MrKsvllle for farm property arms Ithln four or Eve miles or Kirksville prefer red or will sell for casbal bargain Korjpartlc eUts addnss GUAlHI...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 August 1885

t jr IK ffi 1 M Farm and Poultry Poultry on tbo Farm To keep poultry on a farii is econo mical When a farmer keeps a herd of cows a flock of sheep together with horses and hogs there is always room on the farm for a good stock of poul try Even when all the cows sheep and hogs arc kept that there is room for there is still room for poultry It is almost a necessity for every family to keep a pig in order that the refuse and house slops may be utilized it is in the same sense that poultry are val uable they are the scavengers of the farm There is no class of fowls that require very much room on the farm Still they do require room and atten dance and they may be kept in such a shiftless manner that they will be found unprofitable All kinds of poultry may be kept provided they have the run of the barn yard but they must be kept in such a manner as to prevent their ravages in garden and grain fields Turkeys ducks geese and hens may be kept all summer without using one square yard of room ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 August 1885

k IjS Bte1 ljtJ V f3 - cz - -1 150 Per Annum QTJINOY CARDS The ollowing is list of Flrst claes Quln er Easiness Houses ana representative men We ouldcallticattenlion of those of our pauops who deal In Quincy especially coun try merchants to this list Especial care was taken to have first class responsible men on the list f 0 WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDER MODKL MaKEB AND MaCHIXK REPAIRER Third and Mala Streets QUINCY ILLINOlf All wrrfr guaranteed saUsfactory orno pay Cub paid for old copper brass zinc and lead U C NICHOLS LAW AND REAL ESTATE QUINCY KS Main Street Millard Mo- ILLINOIS gUITH HILL CO Manufacturers ot IRON HOUSE FRONTS it All Kinds of Gray Iron Castors Quincy Illinois orncr Fifth and Ohio streets MJJHELMANN annfactnrer of all kinds ot STEAM BOILER oal Oil Lard and Water Tanks Coolers Kettles Etc Altoallklndsoflron Work Smoke Stacks and aritcilugi Special attention given to all kinds of repalrlLg Order by mall or telegraph promptly tttendea to Second bandllollers always on han...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 August 1885

-S V x rf WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T E SniiLrrrr rubUsher and Proprietor Friday Augnst 28 1885 3DIT0RIAL NOTES The wheat crop of Adair coun ty is exceeding all expectations as to jield and the quality of the grain is very fine A first class flouring mill could do a paying business in Kirks ville Owing to the very fine wheat grown in this county this season when the wheat crop over the country is generally so poor there will be a great- y increased acreage of fall wheat sown The farmers arc becoming anxious- about a good flouring mill and number have spoken to us this week in regard to it Have our busi ness men any interest in thisl When they consider that it would bring thousands of dollars to this point that now go elsewhere on account of mills we think they can be led to make a move in this important matter Salvation is now free in Ken tuckey The recently much talked of High Bridge Methodist camp meeting in Kentucky is run by a stock company The regular admission price i...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 August 1885

cu 08 d C3 CD I OS UJ gEXSEf 0 00 UJ J CD UJ CL 00 HC3 CO CO CO UJ GO LU UJ C3 CD QO C3 CO co WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILU MISSOURI T E Scblette - Publisher and Proprietor Friday August 2S 1835 KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Otltu SOUTH Mali - - - - - S 2 am rtpwi - UST p m War Freieht - - ArSWLv 10 Ua m Tliwnsli rreliM - ArS SSIiVlOWp ra O01XOS0RTII Mn - eCp m Eiprctj Dtp J03a m U ar Frtlfrht Ar SJ0 p m Lv 3 p m Tlirouph irlrclit ArS Up m LvSP t Tate ihlt train for Council llluni change at 0 Ion ktoo1 Jnnclon QMAr PIT XaST Mallaea FsprtMarrlvvs irelfht arrives wrBT Mall and Express arrlTd Frtlcht arrives B SSarn lowp m 63 pm 10o p m THE WABASH DINING HALL NEAR THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP Is the planter A REGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE florun upon Short Notice and In First ClaM ityl e The traveller public and those or our clti n taster early or late tralnswlll And this popu lar Restaurant a great convenience A 1xU line ol elfari tobaccos etc on tale R TRADE Tko excellent dwe...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 August 1885

6 f M tjp r i 1 Hi i i yvy - j Icb Without Weefis ne would have a good garden it juld be free From foul seeds I think jine out of ten of the gardens among farmers are allowed to mature a crop of weeds the latter part of the season and usually this is the result of care lessness After June or when such early crops as peas lettuce and radish es have matured no further use is is made of the land and as it hay usually been manured in the spring ic grows alosty crop of weeds and fills the soil so full of seeds as to quadruple the work of cultivation of such plants as come up delicately and which must be kept cleau by hand The evil of ripening a crop of weed seeds is not short lived for the seed will lemain in the soil for many years and germinate -when the spring opens Land Poor The trouble with the average farmer is that he is not able to stock his land as it should be Half of our iarmers have so mnch land that they are not able to stock it with any kind of stock A large proportion of t...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 September 1885

150 For Annum r QTJI2TCY CABDS The following I a list of First class Quln tf Business Houses and representative men fl wouldcall the attention of those of our nitrons who deal In Qulncy especially coun try merchant to this list Especial caro iu taken to have first class responsible tucaonltcllut r C WILLLYMSON BRASS FOUNDER Model Maker and Machine REr AiitEn Third and Main Streets QULVCY ILLINOIS Alt work guaranteed satisfactory orno pay Cash rald for old copper brass zinc and lead G NICHOLS LAW AND REAL ESTATE SiB Main Street Qdiscr ILLINOIS CM1TH HILL CO Manufacturers ot I IRON HOUSE FRONTS 1 itt All Kinds of Gray Iron Castings Quittey Illinois orncr Fifth and Ohio streets J H MIJHELMANN anufacturcr of all kinds 01 STEAM BOILER Coal OU Lard and Water Tanks Coolers Kettles Etc alio all Undi of Iron Work Smote Stacks and srttehlngs special altcntlun given to all kinds of rtpalrtLg Order or mall or telegraph promptly trtrnded to oeceud handllollers always on hand Comer spring and Sec...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 September 1885

I m W EEKLY GRAPHIC KIRXSYULE MISSOURI T E Scdlote Publisher and Proprietor Friday September 4 18S5 EDITORIAL NOTES Alexander Martin oi St Louis will probably be the Democratic can didate for Supreme Judge next year Since the i st of June 12500 000 in gold has been transferred from San Francisco to New York subtreas ury Labor cannot get along very well without capital but labor can do much better without capital than capi tal can without labor The wife of ex Governor B Gratz Brown of Missouri died at Ex celsior on Lake Minnetonka Thurs day morning of apoplexy Frorn March 1st to date the to tal number of hogs packed in the West amounted to 3365000 against 2825 000 for the same time last year The Democrats and backers of Iowa have fused but the fusion like the one ia Adair county last fall is likely to prove a dismal failure- While our laws do not contem plate making a minister out of every studentattendingjour state institutions yet so far as we have been able to learn our State inst...

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

CO 68 UJ GO 0 LaU OS C9 CO iHCO CO CO 00 CO CO CO WEEKLY GRAPHIC XIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T E Sublette - Publisher and Proprietor Friday September 4 1885 KIRKSVILLE r r time table Stall KXTirwl W T Fwleht Tttoufh rreUt Mall Kxprcu Dtp War Frelthu Throcfrh rriefrht WCni 80CTK - 8 3 am - - - - - n jr p m ArSiSLvtoJSan ArSsLrlOUp m UOCtQSOHTII ----- e JiZp m 503 am Tatlos balance In pasture Als office Ar 23 p El Lv i p m Ar 3 is Ti m Lt S4d 11 im Tate thlttrala for Council BluSl chance at iroou mncion q Kar dit ZAST Mall and FspreuarrlTca I nlhl arrlre Mall and Exprtu arrive ITclcnt arrlre - 8i3am 10Hprn CSJpm 1010 p m THE WABASH DINING HALL NEAB THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP IsUieplacfor A REGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT GUP OF COFFEE Ootttn op on Short Notice and In First Class Stjl e The iraTellnz public and those of onr cltl renstatlnc early or late train will find this popu lar Betaurant a irreat conTenlence A full line ot clears tobacco tc on sale COR TRADE Two excellent -- lines In K...

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

II The Jersey nay Barack One of the most convenient and secure shelters for hay or gram out side of a eood barn is the Barrack used by the Jersey Ducth A barrack is picturesque and convenient besides and they show the thrifty neat farmer as well as any other farm building or appendage The barracks ot a good farmer are straight well roofed and tidy The hay is well laid up neatly raked down and the tight roof or cov er lies close upon it The slack shiftless fanners barracks are the posts often braced with tails on the outside the cover sits on lop sided and probably leaky These barracks are little used outside New Jersey and the adjacent parts of New York and Pennsylvania that new comers gener ally discard them and have them re moved before they really know their convenience and utility These bar racks are constructed by setting four corner posts of chesnut or white oak which are twenty or twenty five feet long straighf partly squared to eight inches througheither three feet in the gr...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 September 1885

c 150 er Annum THE DREAM OF THE AIMLESS I dreamt a dream la llic morning When the shadows -were Olm aud gray And oh such a prospect coldcn Oer niy shining pathway la 1 The earth was filled with gladness The air was filled with tons And I thought that but lovct and beauty Could Inspire me all day lone I dreamt a drcao at tic noontide When halt of the day was past The first halt I knew was barren nut glorious Id mate the last cut the world lay part In the shadow The songs -were nothalf so sweet Ana tore and beauty were decline Like shadows b cncatli my fet J dreamt a dream at the even When the day Its coarse had run And my heart crew sadwlthlnme To think how little Id done nutl said I shall work to morrow And make my name be known Till the nations 01 earth shall wonder Asmymljthty power they own Kut alas land alas 1 time passes The sua rises rhlncs and sets Kach morning so full of promise Ei oh eren so full of regrets Ard day lollows day more fleetly Wlilic ambition and glory rare Til...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 September 1885

I 3 III 11 M WEEKLY GRAPHIC K1RKSVILLE MISSOURI T E ScBLBtTBt Publisher and Proprietor Friday September 11 18S5 1 EDITORIAL NOTES h The 27th Judicial district has a a repulican majority of nine hundred and dont you forget it The Canton News places an emphatic denial on the assertion of the LaPlata Home Press that the News had hoisted Hatch for Govcr ornor The Home Press man was a little off The New York Republican Central Committee has opened the doors and permitted the Independents who have become extremely tired ofcamping out to return to the field New York will give arousing Republican majori ties fall The repubticans of Iowa have placed a strong ticket in the field and their platform is so plain that he who runs may read The views of the party on prohibition are well defined and there is not the slightest question as to the result of the election Rev Leonard the Prohibition candi date has been convicted and had to acknoweledge the use of ale but then 1 e used it lor the stomachs...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 September 1885

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T E Sublette Publisher and Proprietor V7V Friday Septe ruber 11 1885 KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE OEM SOCTS lil - - - 8 23 a m FipwM - - - - - lJ7i p in War Freleht - - Ar9KLTlOS5ain Tfcoucb rreubt - - ArSJLYlOJp nr BontosoBTU Kill - 6SSp m Express Dep - - - - SrtOaia V T Freight Aria pBUSjn Thronidi Iriccht ArS 13 p m Lt 340 1 m TsAe IKittrsJn for Council BluEicUanjre at Ulan voo Junclon qxrBrr ZJLST ilallasd FiprasarrlTCS i relent arrtTes - wxst Mall and Express arrive rreltat antres - - HURRIED liMpm 7Spn 13o p m THE WABASH DINING HALL NEAB THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP lstheplacMfor A REGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Gotten op on abort Notice and In First CIui Btjle The IraTellns public and those of onrdtl rens taking early or late trains will end this popn lar lieitanrant a great convenience A fall line ol clffsxs tobaccoi etc on Bale FR TRADE Two excellent dwel lings in hlrksville for farm property arms within four or fire miles of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 September 1885

I as w i 1 II IP vrfr HXW w Swill for Tosnp Pigs VSlfflclfi aadBsefal JSSr5nJi There is no better food for young pig after weaning than good skimmed roilfewithjajlittle sweet modtratcly fine irheat bran and corn meal stirred into There should not be a large pro portion of meal in the mixture at fust nor so long a the pig is making crow th though com meal th excellent to finish off fattening with Many a oung pg has been spoiled h ovet feeding with corn or corn meal It is impossible to get a good growth on such food alone Clear milk would be better but milk vould pay a larger profit when -given In conncctionwith some grain Milk alone is rather too bulky for a sole diet it distends the stomach too much and gives the animal too much to do to get rid of the surplus water Many oung pigs are spoiled by overfeeding When first weaned they should be given a little at a time and often They always will put a foot in the trough and food left before them a long time getb so dirty that it may be e...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 September 1885

1 31 1 -- t1 - i f j - r - ink H H w 1 r 150 ei Annum HOW THE BAB l GROWS MAKGARET E SAKGSTEIt Vobod Sees tho baby RTOK Hibr dear with Ibc laughing eyes Wbonmctocur liousea jcaraco lookuc ever so irrluklcd and wlis nnt every day of the happy 3 car He baa taken ipo Mm some beauty new And u for irroilDfr whv this Is clear Hes QcTrr had anything else to dt randmauima says When hes asleep Then It Is that the baby Kiowa Uloe to the crib c often creep To watch tint wc dont think ftrandma knows Never a Irinpe of the golden hair Huttering sort around his brer Ltncthens the least while we are there A nd yet It Is growing the wonder how Teachers talk of chemical things Which Into a tea act life combine And tLothcr listening soitly sings Oh God be cood ts tnls boy ormlncl And Into the i nnny summers days Or Into the winter eTenlngs cold fcbe weaves the notes of her Joyful praise WiJIe closely abont him her fond arms fold Xobody sees the babygr jw lint over his rosy little face The prettiest ri...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 September 1885

I ft 14 HKfc if i i t If i f i WEEKLY GRAPHIC K1RKSVILLE MISSOURI t E Scblstte Publisher and Proprietor Friday September 18 1885 EDITORIAL NOTE The cholera is spreading in Iialj and the inhabitants are threaten ing to tear up the railway tracks claiming that the trains spread the in fection We do not wish to criticise but it seems to us that the space occupied by Che fortune wheels and other gam bling concerns on the reunion grounds would have looked better had it been left vacant The Republicans will run a straight Republican for the office of Circuit Judge in the 7 the Judical district at the next election The Republicans will bear this in mind and not pledge themselves beforehand to any independent candidate A correspondent to the Quincy Journal asks why so few of the Re publican papers in this district have opposed Mr Hatch Had that cor respondent studied the entire political field as closely as he had studied his own department he would have long ago discovered tht there was a ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 September 1885

1 Zf yT Ts8gwe WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T E Sublette - Publisher and Proprietor Friday Ssptembir IS 1SS5 KIRKSTILlfi R R TIME TABLE Mill War Frlcht Though Ut Mall - -Express DcrJ w iv Krclcht Ttiroupli lrieclit on south - gu am ll ST p in Ar9aJLTiaJSaiD - ArS5LTt04Srj nj goucqsobtu - - - CdtPm 503 n m AriJSpmlr 3 p nr rS is p j St r tv EAST Mall and Kiirwsarrivis IrOfkl arrtM - WSST Mall and Express arrives rrclKht arrives - Ars m ijvjiiiik Take hli train for Council liluSi change at 1 tuition rtUiOrwiltKUiortuua liarKiuu nun address 7V dm 7MtBi 114a p m THE WABASH DINING HALL KEAB THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP is Ice plan for A REGULAR HEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Rotten upon r hort Notice and In First Clas bljtc The travellne pnbllc and tiosc ofoardU zenslallcg early or laie train will find this popu lar Vestannnt Frcat convenience A full line ol clears tobaccos etc on sale EOR TRADE Two excellent dwel lings in Kirksville for farm property arms within four or fi...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 September 1885

ill i Uteat G0k city which makes it useful sometimes as a decoy for wild ducks ThcRouen DearSiR I do not think that fowls duck which has some renutaticm when require as much mcatloodas isoficn10f improved strains must be placed thoucht necessary If milk in the form of curd or ued in mixing the food i given freely it will supply considerable animal matter 1 here is nothintr bet ter to feed To quote the often re peated fact it contains all the elements necessary to the animal functions Meat scraps the remnants of gravies and soups are more economically given to the hens than disposed of in other ways Dog meat can be ob tained from most butchers at very low prices and forms a good animal tood It is generally composed of the lower parts of the legs and joints where the meat has been principally cut off This I boil and mix what meat is left together with the liquor in the morn ing mash The pluckso called by the batchers is an excellent fecdif it is not considered too dear But it cannot b...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 September 1885

EK P VJJ I S t M j v eyir DEALERS IN Ffi Grain Seed Hay Etc Etc SLOANS OLD STAND directly west of the Parcells Housi J1A2BZJE WOI6KS DAVID BAIRD Proprietor DEALER IN American and Italian Marble monuments headstones et Kirksrille - Missouri Ml orders filled on short notice North til corner of the public square ri irlile Purchased direct from the quarrhs iu1 ulr the hest of workmen onuiloTec LiveryPeed S Sale Stable f8k ms SKfSga T E GRAr S FBOPEIETOE FIRST CLASS TEAMS VEHICLES ProraptConTeyance to all Parts of the Gounlry BAKN Sotnn of Public Square Kirksyilie Mo They also have the City Hearse Chrg es Reasonable gTEPHEN HALL COUNTY SURVEYOR LeaTe orders for surrey lnr with County Clerk NEW FEED STORE The New Feed Store of Swigert Fussleman Can be found In LARGE COOP BUILDING NORTHWEST OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE Everything Fresh and Nau CORN OATS BRAN AND CHOP ED TEED APPLES CIDER AND POTATOES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST FLOUR A SPECIALTY THE BEST FLOUR 110 PER SACK PLEASE GIVE US A CALL SWIGERT F...

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