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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 October 1885

i m for Ui which Wv Graphic It meant all right bu bad What the Graphic about gambliing was thorough vassed and a verdict rendered the day ot September We abide by that verdict and rest easy Can our neigh bor say as much The boys have found out though at considerable expense to the town that they have aright to swim in the tank pond in the northern suburbs as soon as the weather gets warm There were a number of dirty cases dragged into court this term and every one of them was diimisssd or defendant acquitted There should be some penalty besides cost to the parties who insist in bringing every trivial circumstance into the Circuit court Our quotation in last weeks Graphic though due credit was given therefor proved to be another solid shot that shook up things consider ably If we remember correctly there was a similar shaking up and rattling of dry bones the latter part of last June In the cases of England son vs the County Court for Adair County asking the Circuit Court for an order...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 October 1885

I I -I WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T E Scblbttb - Publisher and Proprietor Friday October 30 1SS5 KIRKSVILliE R R TIME TABLE soi SOUTH Mir iinnq - - U3 p m wsrFrftcnt - - ArSSJtr WJSa a ThoBfti tmsbl - - Ars3lLvlOUp m uoixonanni all - - - -v - D m KiPtrM Hep suj a m T Knlfthi ArSMpmLT Spm TtirWtrnrrit ArSIJmlv3pn Ts u train for Council liluOs clianje tt Olao irooa lundon Q li 4 r div EAST Miliaad Faprrtsirrlrti arrtTes - TrKfcT jjsll and Eiprcss arrives rrelirnt arrives - THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS COR SALE a 734 a m IMOp m 730 p TO llso p m THE YABASH DINING HALL SEAR PROP I sine plan for A REGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Gotten ap on Miort Notice and In First Clasi Srjle The traveling pnbllc ana those of onrcltl ranUnpirlj or late trains will find this popu lar Bes tacrant a prat convenience A lull line ol clears tolianrni etc rn sate F R TRADE Two excellent dwel lincp in KirksTllIe for farm property inns witliln fonr or fire miles of Klrtsvllle prefer red or wl...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 October 1885

m m H i SH tlfeSStt p zh mm JA m m i mm liii I fii i i POULTRY AND FARM Interesting Facts About Eggs rive million dozen of eggs are an imported from the Dominion l greater portion from Quebec and t itario The egg import from Eu X ic is also large but the hens of the C vr adas are by far trie largest factors ii Is trade and the trade incieascs t wy ear Hges pay no duty and when we re ft that this product comes from the nlions of humble sources the yards of small farmers aud that it U only the surplus that goes to market ve may well wonder where and how tiro billions of eggs consumed in the 1 nited States are produced It is an interest that may be rated at many Jns ot millio j dollats Yet it is not Mnong the enumerations of the Na lit i al Census Let us hope that the i i census the eleventh will cover is important field It is probable n t the egg consumption of our fiftv lue million inhabitants is not less than l rce billion a year at a valuation of 3 om twenty five to Jthirly million...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 November 1885

ifil ail nvIS lehd sess NC m lumn lints factld set iMi - - - rrrSMC -- u The follow Idr Is a list of First class Quln rEucss Houses ana representative men jft wouldcnll tbOiiUcrtlon of those of our rttrons who deal In IJulricy especially man tr merchant to Oils list spcctul care o tiVcn to tiare tlrst dnsi responsible nenonltellet L C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDER Kooel Maker am MAcnrxte Repairer TldrJ ami Main Streets QCINCY ILLINOIS Alt norl irnsrantetij orco Cub jilJ for old copper brwr zinc and leid 1 a 0 NICHOLS LAW AND REAL ESTATE SOSlIslnfctrwt - QOIXCY ILLINOIS MITH HILL CO 0 vr - Bi JUDnfscturtnotv - W - -- ikaj twusii rssxtnxo it All Kinds of Gray Iron Castings Quincy Illinois orner FIfth snd Ohio streets H MKJHEL3IANN v anafictnrcr of all klnas ot STEAM BOI LER Cl Oil lard and Water TanVs Coolers Kettles Etc UsoallMtidsoflnra Work Smote blacks and tlctilDr biclal attention riven to all kinds of tepfclrUg Orders by mall or telegraph promptly ittendec to bewud liandBollers alway...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 November 1885

mt h65 Wj54F v A the matte jv P4I1 ways N WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T K 8outiT - Publisher andrroprtctor Friday November 6 1885 EDITORIAL NOTES J R Musick has been elected a member of the American Authors Club New York City afissoun has but three members Miss Murfree J R Musick and Miss Barbara Elbon The way some democratic poli ticians figure for republican votes in this congressional district would lead one to suppose that the district was republican by a large majority New York Virginia Maryland and Mississippi went democratic Tuesday In the midst of this coafus sion we should feel thankful that there is still a fighting chance in Missouri and nearly a year to go on WHiat shall the harvest bci We stated last week that we expected to announce a republican victory in New York in this issue We want to correct the impression that we meant the victory of last Tuesday It was the victory of 50000 majority in 1888 to which we referred o It is wonderful how quickly the Hiinese le...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 November 1885

r ay vs WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSY1LLE MISSOURI TESublsttf Publisher and Proprietor Friday NoveinW C 1SS5 KIBKSTILLE R R TIME TABLE ooni socrn - - - - J W a m riSortftrUlit - - ArlltiLrlOMp m UOBTOXOBTU T1JHTM Dcp T Freight tr4f tlf su3 a m AriHonLr 3nm Ar3it p m Lt J II la Tair tli If train for Council 1J luffs change al Glon woci Jcnclon Throat h trains 2onot carry passcnsm q it r Dir XAST Sail and Fjrrearrlrus arriTee - WXST SllaaJExprct arrirea arrirts - POR TRADE Two excellent dwel lrairs In Mrksrille for farm property arms within four or Ave miles of Klrksvllle prefer red or will tell for cashata harraln Kor partic ulars address GUAIHICOKFIUE M acres of cood land one mile vest of town cheap for casli Apply at thla oBce FOR SALtf a farm ol 160 actes situ ated cicht miles east of Kirksville Good hint wellwatered A Terr desirable piece of p opcrtT Inquire at this office A fatm ofiso acres 100 acres In cul FOESALE tlie balance In line young timber A Lirralu on easy terms apply at this ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 November 1885

iLr l K 3tt iSA - c tf3 o pcra r vd aum HOUDANS Houdans are originally from France They belong to the nonsUters yet oc casionally do sit and make the best of careful sitters and mothers They are quiet and contented in dispositioDand although really be longing to the high flyers are easily confined In lact they rtally appear to become attached to a place when confined in it for a shoit time and are driven trom it with great apparent re luctance and although their surround ing fence may get out of repair they are not like the Leghorn ever on the alert to spy a means of exit On the contrary we almost oeheve that if they spied an open gate they would soon return to their familiar haunts but once given tneir liberty or allow ed to roam at will they make most active and persistent foragers Houdans are naturally timid and easily alarmed yet yield readily to kind and gentle treatment One beautiful little lady in our yard is now so tame that our little three year old daughter or myself can 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. — 13 November 1885

QJINCY s ILLINOIS SMITH HILL CO Manufacturers ot IRON HOUSE FRONTS All Kinds ofGray Iron Casttncs Quincy Illinois orner Fifth and Ohio streets H MIJHELMANN anufactnrer of all tlnas ot STEAM BOI LER Coal OX Lard and Water Tanks Coolers Kettles Etc Also all kinds of Iron Work Smote Stacks and arltcblng special altentlun given to all kinds of repairing Orders by mall or telegraph promptly ittendec to Second handBoIlers always on hand CorerprUgandect iLLiyQis EISZ3VILL3 CAUD r r cnxEvwooD vr d oldiiam GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEYS AT LAW Kirksville - Missouri Office southeast corner public f quare rierces bclldlng over ribbons zrucerj KENNEDY A LINK T1KATEKS IX i Grain Seed Hy Etc Etc SLOANS OLD STAND irectly Test of the ParceUs Houst DAVID BA1RD Proprietor DEAIEB IN American and Italian Mauius mcycmexts head3toxss etc Klrksville - Mesouri Olorders filled on short notice Nixtt mi corner of the public square Grille Purchased direct frorn the qvarrS nl u1t thebestof worknen eiapIoTW LiveryFe...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 November 1885

1 I 7t - -- n WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKS VI LLE MISSOURI T H SunrcnE Fubllshcr andPrcpnctor Friday November 13 1S35 EDITORIAL NOTES Latest advices state that war ibeen declared between Bunnan the Indian government Russia and Austria are making and extensive preparations for d the breach between England sia is again widening om every direction comes lews that there is a better isiness and that the almost ession is rapidly breaking ning the present con stock market a New that there i of the fctaiordinary Sec ft is the in f the railroads and s increase is very 1 inprovement of there for the ex nat It is as J Kj - V - i if kfS i 1 r p5ii THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK In 1 88 2 there was a cash expendi ture ot 350000000 in railroad con struction and in the five years ended Dec 31 1883 over forty thousand miles of new road was built involving a cash outlay of at least 1200000 000 or an average of 240000000 per year Last year only about 70 000000 was thus expended and in the reaction from the period of u...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 November 1885

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI TE Sublette - Publisher nd Proprietor Friday November 13 18351 GIRRSTILLB R R TI3IE TABLE OOftti SOUTH Mill 9 to atn FxprrM - il p a viitFrUM - - ArJaLTWaim Thonxb fttUbt - - ArllMLviOSJp m oorxosfoimi Mail - an pm KiprtM Dep soj a m r rrtirbu ArixiiniLT ap m Thruurb irioeM Arsson m LrJMnn Tate Ihit train for Council Bluffs clianjre at Ulan oo4 lonclon Throojh train do not tirrj passccicrs Q Mr CIV KAST Hall and FzrrcMarrlrti Mm freight axtlTei itjop m WEST Mall and Express anirca 739 ptn rrelRbl rtti - - 12iopro THE WABASH DINING HALL SEAR THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP Itthcplacufor A REGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Gotten rip on Short Notice and in First Clat fctyle The iraYCllnit public and those of onrcIU rens tatlnp early or late trains will find pops lar Bcttanrant a treat convenience A fall line ot elKars tobaccos etc on sale EOR TRADE Two excellent dwel lings In KlrksTille for farm nroDertv arms wltlitn four or fire miles ofKl...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 November 1885

if II ill fiw lJM if i in rvaraq POULTRY AND FARM Hess ts Pallets Pullets will generally lay more eggs tVn hens Hence the advice to kill off all the old hens each year and keep over onlv the millets is frequently giv en and generally lollowed This ad vice is valuable to those who raise eggs to sell by the dozen to market men at market prices But it is en tirely unsuited to the needs of the or dinary poultry breeder and a strict adherence to it is simply suicidal Pullets for eggs hens for breeders would be belter A two yiar old or a three year old hen will probably lay a smaller number of eggs but it is very doubtful if she produces a less weight oi eges Each ege will be larger than those laid by her in her first season b ut the smallness of the number will be offset by the greater size These larger eggs are more suitable for hatching The hen is fully matured she is in robust health she has hsr full strength and the chicks from her eggs will inherit from her these char acteristics Th...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 November 1885

5 a 4 7 150 Per Annum MISS LUCINDAS THANKSGIVING UAROKST SAXOTEi But why lo I Veep ThanVfgivIng DM I hear you aright my dear Why Whfn Im all alone in life ot a chick nor a iJilld la bo near Jobun fok all wf In Hie West Lney aerota the tea And not a onl In the dear old home tiTe Utile bound gtil and me Itdoeslcollonescm igranllt Yt traugo at the tiling may sound Im eld om In want ofcoiupauy The hole ol the merry year round There spring when the lilac blossoms And the apple trcet bluth to bloom Therfts ucimcr when great moths flit and glance Through the tnltlghta ftar llt gloori Then comet the beantllnl autumn When every fragrant brttr Flliidngltt garlands on fewe and wall Is bright as a living fire And then the while still winter time Wl en tnc bnow lies warm on the wheat And I think ot the da s that have pawed away When mrllfe was younzand Sweet Im a rcrx happy woman To day though my halrls white For some of my trouoles Ive overlived And some I aiep out of slg ht 1mabuiyold woman ou...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 November 1885

11 Kffli im m m m m mm i mt im iWSSr - I WEEKLY GRAPHIC KtRKSVIIAE MISSOURI TESOBLtirE lVMlshcr nndrropnclor Friday November 20 1S85 3DIT0BIAL NOTES A coi respondeat to the Quincy Journal calls that paper an electric light It has certainly had un electric effect on the politics of the first dis trict The Canton Nero s places itself squarely on record as favoring a straight republican for congress Let every republican paper in the district do likewise A straight republican candidate for congress in the first congressional district will be a prominent feature in the next campaign The field is already white unto the harvest and now is the time to thrust in the sickle Gen McClellans mothet is still alive in her eighty fifth year She is an invalid and in ihe beginning of the summer she was not expected to live until autumn During the summer she has been at Drifton Pa The General returned from visiting her there iwc weeks ago W H Hatch of Hannibal was in town Wednesday night A caucus was ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 November 1885

Mill ExpreM - r Freltht Thuufli rrcUM v1 WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T ESOKJBTTB - rnbllshcr nd Proprietor Friday yoemor20l83j KIRKSVILLE R R TI3IE TABLE coi tocm - 9 ft a a - U IT p m r9uLT io m Ar msLTloiip m Mill - - - - - - - 5 rTtirvi DeD 5u5 m ijntUlu ArSPOptaLvSpui Thrvutfi Irlrrtt ArlSO P m Ly3 p w TiVe jhlitnlo for Council Uluffi chingt t OUn wood I nnclon Thronf h train donol carry pisicBf rrs qMAr Div EAST Uilliod FxirtMirrlrci trtlfBt arriTe - WXST Mill n4 Exprcti arrtvet rrelpbt arrive - TCim isop in 7SpKi 1140 p m THE WABASH DINING HALL KEAK THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP It the pi ac for A REGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT GUP OP COFFEE Gotten upon hhort Notice and In Flrt Clu Kt I r The irircllni pnbllc and tlioe of onr citi icd tlVlDcrarlr or lite tniln will find thl popu lar Pet taurant a great convenience A mil line ot ctrir tobiccoe etc on me EOR TRADE Two excellent dwel lings m klrkevllle for farm property arms within four or fire miles of Kirksville prefer ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 November 1885

w wv POULTRY AND FARM RAMBLING THOUGHT Dear Sir An acquaintance owned a little brood of chicks seven pullets and two cockerels They were all from a five dollar sitting of eggs and wtre prized accordingly The lady of the house out driving one day saw a bush with beautiful foliage and clusters of rather somber colored berries She carried hbmc a sample which was pronounced to be While or poison Sumac called White poison Wood also Dog vood It is one of the most poisonous plants which grow in the Northern States Not being a pleas ant thine to have in the house it was thrown out the back door Two pretty pullets came along and see ing the berries with all the curiosity accredited to their sex they tasted them In a few days one of the pullets was found dead the other survives It is a mistake to feed them to valuable chickens Is it profitable to sell chickens by li e weight when near a market Only a few days ago a friend bought a chicken which weighed dressed three pounds and cost him eighty...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 27 November 1885

p rsi rri 150 Per Annum saxK ry s Vi QUI2TCY OABPS The follow Iiijj l a list of Flrst claf s Quln rf Business HmKesunttrcprvscniatlve mea Uc would caII the attention of those of our patrons who deal in Qnlncyes pcclally coun try merchants to this li t Especial care was taken to have llrat elasa responsible men on the lis 1 jTJ C WILLLYMSON BRASS POUNDER Modkl Maker ani Machine Bepairer Third lid Main Mrtelt QUINCY ILLINOIS Atl work guaranteed sallsfactor or no pay Cash paid for old copper brus zinc aud lead G NICHOLS LAW AND REAL ESTATE W6 Jlxln Street QUINCY - - ILLINOIS gMlTH HIIiL CO Masnfactnrert 01 IRON HOUSE FRONTS i All Kinds of Gray Iron Castims Quincy Illinois orner Fifth and Ohio streets f H J MIJHELalANN jinnfactarer of all Linda ot STEAM BOI LER Coal Oil Lard ani WatcrTanks Coolers Kettles Etc Also all kinds oflron Work Mnoke Studs and trltchlngs special attention given to all kinds of repalrlLg Orders by mall or telegraph promptly Ulendeclo bccouil bandllollers 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. — 27 November 1885

ma mi m m h li subauuati J T - WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLB MISSOURI T K gvBLKTTK PaWUbcr andPrtpnctor Vnflay November 27 1835 THBS A HEXDRirKS DEAD Special to iheOnArnic Indianapolis Ind Nov 25 Vice President Hendricks died this afternoon about 5 oclock He at tended a recepticn last evening and complained of feeling unwell this morning He rapidly grew worse and died about the hour named THOMAS A HENDRICKS Thomas A Hendricks Vice Prcs ident of the United States died st his home in Indianapolis Wednesday afternoon at 5 oclock He is an old acquaintance of the people ol the United States having been named for the place he held at the lime o his death with Tilden in 1S76 He be lonirs to a family which traces its descent to the Hugeuots on the fath ers side His mother was of Scotch origin a native of Chambersburg Penna His grandfather was a mem ber of the Pennsylvania Legislature during the administration of George Washington His lathers home was the resort of politicians and an uncle was o...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 27 November 1885

Qur mv EAST Mill and FiprtMUrivn ireljlit rrtTc - - WKST jltlUnd Eip rrelf WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI TKSciimtte Publisher nd Proprietor Friday November 27 18S5 KIKKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE aOIM fOCTH - - - - - - 9 ro a xa ffvnml - - 1137 p tn VrJrFreUht - - Xri 5JL lo to ThSwbftM - - ArlluLYtoaiptii 1all - ---- 630 pm FTPrtM Hep - aW ra Wirrelhl Ari MpmLr Stim Thruurt trl elt ArJainn lv SW i Iitf thlt train for Council Ulafli cliuige at uln wooJ lunclon TtroEth trlB o not crry jiiitcnf er anircs arrlret - - - j rT Kimble ilrs JennieMinor r ji Manwarning G W Rambo Mrs MSa m iNpm 730 pn 1210 P ro THE WABASH DJNIHG HALL SEAR THE DEPOT JOE H NICHOLS PROP It the plies for A REGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Gotten op on Short Notice and In Flrtt Clas 1 tjlr The iraTelliic pnbllc and thoc or our cltl ttsttaVloFrarl or late trains will find hl popn 3r Ecstaurant a great convinlcnce A rail line ol firs tobcco etc n caie FOR TRADE tTwo excellent lines n Kirjevllln for farm...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 27 November 1885

Si IP m mm m ftf gfr sir v POULTRY AND FARM HOW MY FOWLS PAID I read a week or two since that one gentleman failed to make fowls pay 1 cannot quite understand that My items aie small but quite correct even to a cent so I send them Last j ear I began with two trios of pure urea tows time Anuaiustaus ana HUck Miuorcas which I imported from England As we had made up our rmrds to come West concluaea to sell those birds which we did at a very low price about 25 for th lot so I had few pure fowls to sell after wards to rae my receipts I after wards bought common hens for sitters and comon farm eggs and raised about 300 sold otf all the cockerels and some of the late pullets for broil ers receiving from twenty two cents down to fifteen cents per pound for them I kept fifty pullets until Marcb lhis year The egs were sold at store price and I disposed of my fifty pullets at 50 c each Before I came here I bought all my feed from farmers andit consisted of wheat the best whole corn buckwheat s...

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 December 1885

L L 14 I A 150 Per Annum QOTO CARDS The following In a Ist of KIrsl clatifc Qulu y liutlncss Hoties atM representative men We would Mil the attention of those of our patrons who deal In Qulncy roun try merchants to tbi il t Especial care iru taken to hare tlrst class responsible menoQthclUt C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDER Model Maker and Machine Rmaikeu Third and lUlu streets iJUINCY - - - ILLINOIS All work guaranteed sttlfaciorTornopay Cash paid for ld copper brass zlncaud lead C NICHOLS LAW AND REAL ESTATE QUINCY 60S Statu Street ILLINOIS gMlTH HILL CO Manufacturer ot IRON HOUSE TRONTS it All Klnds of Gray Iron Castings Quincy Illinois orncr Fifth and Ohio street i H MFHELHANN anufacturcr of all kinds ot STEAM BOI LER Coal Oil Lard an Water Tanks Coolers Kettles Etc Alsoallkiuusoflron Work Smote Stacks and rltchlng Special attentlnn given to all kinds of repairing uruersoy man orteitgrspu promptly tttendtd lo fcecoud handRolIcrs always on hand Corner fcprlcg and bee Mteets QUINUT ILLIN...

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