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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 8 January 1886

min S i T4 14 m M 1 t i ill I i 11 h l si M WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIKKSVIWiK MO T E Sublette Proprietor Fmiut Jaxcaky 8 ISSfl -It is rumoroil thai lliero is out man who sees the hand-writing on the wall and has decided not to buck the Republican majority in the 27th Tudicial district -The Postomee problem is again agitating thepeople of Ma con City With the coming of spring the agitation Kirksvillo and then will strike therell be music in the nir - Senator Beck oE Kentucky takes snuff His speech on the silver question will cause some of the eastern democrats to take um brage and Senator Vest to take water which will be hard on Test Why make bo much ado about an SO cent dollar that was Morth 103 cents in 1S70V It is not more silver that is needed in the dollar but a proper appreciation of the silver that the dollar already contains -During the past few days lnvvy snows have fallen in Colora do Western Kansas Wisconsin Iowa and England Railway travel is greatly impeded The snow in places in ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 8 January 1886

I 3 WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILIE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Fkiday Jascauy S lcS6 KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOIXO SOUTH No 2 Mail o S St Louis EiPtvM ivi2 Local Freiclit oH5 Thronth Treiclit Vo US Through Freight OOINO XOltTIl Vo 7 St laul Eir 1 jfo3 Mail Xo 21 lxsl Freirht Xo S7 Tlirouch 1 riejcht 0 00 A M r m lOiii a at 114S a m 1015 r M t29 A M 4 r SI J 00 r M SflpM Xo J and 3 are daily Throusli f reilit trains Jo not can- iwiswenRcr Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Eipre armed Freight armes WEST Mail and Eipres arries Frcicht arrive TV a M lLiflr m 730 r it V iO r M THE WABASH DINING HALL JOE H NICHOLS PKOP Is the place for A REGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Gotten up on Short Notice and in Firt Oaf Stjlc The traMline imblic and tlw e of our citizen taking early or late trains will tad thi popular re tnurant a sret conveni ence A foil lice of cigars tobacco etc on ale Fon Tkade Two excellent dwellings in Kirksvillo for farm rropert Farms with...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 8 January 1886

m A iia Hi Jin r J i 8 ii i1 i kJ P 1 w POULTRY AND FARM What a Cow Should Yield Something depends o course upon the kind of cow but no cow is n good one that does not yield 2500 quarts o milk in ono year or about seven quarts a day for the 3S5 days Sho will bo dry a portion of the time and of course will yield more when fresh than when toward the end of her milk ing period but she should not give less than seven quarts daily for every day in the year The milk should produce about 200 pounds ot butter or a poumt to every twelve and a half quarts of milk which at twenty five cents a pound the whole year would yield 10 The value of the calf depends up on its breeding while the skim milk fed to pigs and the manure should realize at least 2o more making 75 We may safely take off one half for cost leaving 3750 as -profit This sum fixed as profit however may vary as the price of food is cheaper in some localities than in others Dairymen diiFei as to the amount of profit a cow should give ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 15 January 1886

150 Per Annum OTJISrCY OASDS The follow Ing is n lit or First cists Qnin ev Business Houe and representative men Ue would rill tin attention of thoec of nu patron who deal In Qumcy especially eoun ry merchants to tills list Especial ca r wa taken Jo have first class responslbl men on ttc list f C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDER UODKL MiKKK AND MaCIUXK IkrAIKKU Third and Mala Streets QUIN CY - - ILLINOIS All work cuaranteed satisfactory orno nay Cash paid for old copper brass line ami ltail f H ilf JHELIIANN annfacturcrof allklpesoi STEAM BOILER Coal Oil Lard and Water Tank Cooler Kettle Etc lo all kinds of trtm Work Mnoke Macks ana arltrolnjre fpeclal attention riven to all kinds of repair c Orders bv mallortelepraph promptly lUcndec to liaudHollcr always on hand ilnrnfr Mirlnp and Sec Mleets QUINCY ILLINOIS SISK5VILLB CArtD r rGIitENwoOll w I oldium GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW Kirksville Missouri OClce southeast corner public square Pierce bBlldtn oierlilbbous Kroceri Liv erye3cl Sal...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 15 January 1886

BWrftB HHE msm u m it i i i I A i m s ll i 1Z a WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor rniDvT Januaky 15 1SSG The enliro nmotint ot metal money in the United Spates is es timnlcclnt S20000000 0 this 542000000 is gold and S2GS000 000 is silver the largest supply we have ever had A Chicago reporter found thirteen socialists who demanded bread or blood each ono earned 12 per week and spent 710 for liquor and tobacco One day last week the pas senger train on the Wnbasli was held at Keytesville the county seat of Chariton county to compel the Wabash to pay the 11000 taxes due from the company to that county The company tele graphed the authorities to let the train loose and the roads attorney would be up next dav and liqui date all claims The cold wave which reach ed here Thursday evening was far reaching in its effect At Galves ton Texas 300 head of cattle per ished in Florida the oranges froze on the trees Many vessels were lost on the ocean and a large num ber of persons...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 15 January 1886

GOING NORTH So 7 St Fnul Express So 3 Mail So 1 lwal Freight So P7 Tlirotisli 1 neuht KTPirf j wrw V41 WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Friday Jaxcaijy 15 1SS5 K1RKSYILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH So 2 Mail So S bt louts EMircss So Local Freight So - Through Freight So lJ Tlirouch Freight J 00 a it 117 r si lOii a st 11ISa si 1015 r M 4Lt A St fi r St 3 30 r s So and Snrodnily Tliroucli freicht trains do not carry rw sonsers Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrh cs Freight arrnes WEST Mail and Expire- Freight nruxov 7vfiAii li Or M TiV p si V2 10 r M THE WABASH DINING HALL 10E H NlCHOLS PROP Is the place for A REGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Gotten up on Short Xotice and in Firt Cla Stjle Tlie traelins public and those vi our citizen taking tarlj or late tram will end thu popular restaurant a great comeni ence A full hue of cigar- tobacco etc on rale ion I kadi Two excellent dwelhnp in Kirksvillf for farm propertj...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 15 January 1886

iw Ml i I i Ik 11 If iii IS 1 3J m 4 OUR NATIVE HOME Contributed 5Vo loo to think of the day uonc by When we were ounjc ami jnj and iprj When toil let up its work for pHy Or vice erva either way No oil o dear as natne soil Xo nntter where wo roam or toil For home i home the w Me w o ld ocr No in ittor what the cnMo or lore Wo loe to sponk of thi ami that The town ball rune or cornered c vt We plajed when at lie eountrj school When all were wu e ami none were fool Tra here vo fir t the hizht did Twns hero w e liad our spelling bet lV here our heart do oxer turu Anil never neier never puni lu all the chanciUK ceiies of time Our heart do run and rap and rwiar Around tin- arbor vitil tw is More than around the world s o Sn tet Home b li ne w a not in vain It cheers alike Ihesacennd Main It mike n feel where eer we ro im There i no place like home w ect homo Our fancies wild niaj rise Until bj them we reach the skies lint just as all the pilgrims said Who were by faithful Abraham led V 4...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 January 1886

sb 150 Per Annum QUINCY CARDS riir folltrwiiisr 1 a ll t ol Kirst cliiss Quill er Buiness Houses aiw revrcsetatlve men V wouMchIS tlicnttontion of tlmee of on natron ho deal in QulncycspccUUy conn trv merchant to thti ll t Korial car was taken to have tlrst class H cfntiMul men on tle list L C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDRY Model Makek and Machine llKPAIltElt Third and Main Street Quincy Illinois il work cunmutecd satisfactory or no my Cash iaii foroldeoriHT lira- 7inc and lead SMITH HILL CO Manufacturer of IRON HOUSE FRONTS ALL KINDS OF GltYY IKON CASTINGS cy Illinois Corner Fifth nnit umo ci KIRXSVILLE CARDS V II ma fi Acr boots A3iE hSSOKK First door north of Doujjhlass A fcons lum ber ard opposite City Hotel respectfully so licits a share of your patronage Guarantees satisfaction Sewed work a specialty r r qbeeswood V D OLDUAl GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEYS AT LAW SK111KSTIL1E - Missovni Office southeast corner public square Piereces building over Gibbous grocery 1 -V JOHNSTON ATTORNEY AT...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 January 1886

I it f1 HI ml U sir lis m m I WEEKI V GRAPHIC KIRKS VI LU1 MO T E Sublette Proprietor Tiudat January 22 1SSG The Macon Times has aroused a hornet in the shape of Dr T 1 Xorris and in last weeks lxopublican and Democrat he stings unmercifully If the silver dollars are accumu lating too rapidly in the treasury let them be sent out west Wo still have room for some thousands of them and in return for every dollar we receive will send the Weekly Graphic one year to any address they may name When a newspaper claiming to be Republican begins interfer ing indirectly in a Democratic squabble by calling one proposed Democratic candidate a demago gue it is evident that the publish er lnib a leaning toward that demagogues opponent ieruaps an appointment or pending claim at Washington has something to do with it The German Farmers Con gress declare that the tendency to hoard constantly appreciating gold coins is doing more to ruin German agriculture than imported grains and meats and the petitio...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 January 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KlRKSVnJiK MO T E Sublette Proprietor FlUDAY JAXLAltY 22 1SSG MRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH No 2 Mail No S SI LonU Emics No 22 1ocal l7reism No 20 Through Ervicht No 5 Through Freight GOING NOIITH No 7 St Paul Expw No 3 Mail No 21 Local Freight No 87 Through Friecht 0 00 A M IhltTrsi lfliK A si 1148 A M 10ir r M I A M ii SO r j 20J r M Ur0 r m No - anil Sarvdaily Through freight trains do not carry mcngtr Cuincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail snd arrivn Freight arriv Mail ami Expro Freight arrives WEST M 7 r n 1240 r M 77 WABASH DINING HALL 10E H NICHOLS PROP I the plnce for A REGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Gotten up on Short Notice and in First Stjle The traveling pnlilic and thoe of oar citi7cn taking early or late trains will find this popular restaurant a great conveni ence A full line of cigars tobacco etc on sale Ion Tiiade Two excellent dwelling in Kirksville for farm property Farms within four or live utiles of Kirksvill...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 January 1886

m lflisii miI jM a ji itaasin S V3 51 HI- I t a r i i jmpi I c M ft II 1 UB y Ml Hi Mi mi POOLTRY AND FARM Poultry for Children Parents are froiiontly at a loss to knovr what to give their chil dren for holiday or birthday pres ents and aro equally at a Joss sometimes to know how they may occupy a portion of their leisure time This is especially the caso in our cities and large towns where the facilities for out of door exercise are not as good as in the country We earnestly commend to pa rents who have young children growing up around them the plan of giving the youngsters an oppor tunity to keep fowls It is natural for boys and girls everywhere to desire the possession of something alive which they can call their own The novel toy or inanimate plaything answers its purpose for the time being but the living pet is a more lasting object of interest Ita possession gratifies tho sense of power and control which is uni versal with voung people as well as with older ones Just try the ex...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 January 1886

V V S- 3 hA JL VftfS rfiffi vA 150 Per Annum QU1NCY CARDS The following it lhl of First class Quin tj Bulncs Houcs ana representative men Wc would cill the attention of those of on patron who deal in Quincy especially coun try tnerchaut to thif list Especlil carl taKvn to htxe tlrst clss rcsponsib men on tLe 1WU L C ATLLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDRY MODKl MVKER VXD MVCHIXE Repairer Third and Main Street Qnincy Illinois All work guaranteed satisfactory or no pay Cash paid for old copper brass zinc and lend SMITH HILL CO Manufacturers of IRON HOUSE FRONTS ALL KIXDS OF GRAY IROX CASTIXGS Qaincy Illinois Comer fifth and Ohio St K1RKSVILLE CARDS WILLIAKL SHITE MAsurAcrunci BOOTS AHi MOE First door north of Doughlass Sons lum ber yard opio ito City Hotel respectfully so licits a hare of your patronage Guarantees satisfaction Sewed work a specialty r r orxETsroop w d oldiuii GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORXEYS AT LAW KiBKsniiE - Missouri Office southeast corner public square Kereces building over Gibbons gr...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 January 1886

fo if 6 r mu t in M HUB in I jrI WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIKKSVILLE MO T E Sublette promise Proprietor FuiUAT Tantaiiy 20 1SSG Congress is being petition ed to take some definite action on the silver question Business men are growing uneasy and restless over the present state of affairs and their anxiety to know some thing definite is daily increasing The Democratic leaders are not united upon the great ques tions at issue the tariff and silver coinage Between Morrison and Kandall President Cleveland and Senator Beck there is a wide gulf and the prospects are that the gulf will continue to widen The bill of costs which we placed before our readers a few weeks since was slightly reduced last week by the Govenor pardon ing the parties indicted thus causing the jailer to lose his fees in the cases But the other officers will get theirs the same as if they had not been pardoned In another column will bo found the amount paid to fanners at this place bv W J Wilkes for cream eggs and poultry durin...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 January 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVIIXE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Fiudu Januaky 2i ISfcG KIRKSV1LLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH No 2 Mail So St Loui Eprcs No 12 1axI Freicht Koa Thrvrach Freieht Xo ls Throach Freight GOING XOKTH Xo T St Paul Exprc Xo 3 Mail No 21 IaxbI Fraicht No 97 Throuch Friesht 9 00 A it 11S5T r m WiJS x M U4S A n 101 r t 40 A M 03 r si 2sM r m 33 r m No 2 and 3are daily Thrcnch freight trains do not cutj pas sncer Quincv Missouri Pacific R R Mail and Exiire s Freight armes EAST WEST Mail and Express arrive Frricht arrne uf v II 12TOrsi 7 TO r m 1210 r M THE VA3ASH DINING HALL JOE H ECHOLS PROP Iv the place for a REcrLAR meal a sandwich or a hot ctp or coffee GoUu cp on Short Notice and in Fir t GaStjle The traelinc public and tho e of oar citizen- takinc early or lite train Rill find this popular re iauranl a creat conveni ence A fell hue of ciar tobacco etc on ale lor 1 hade Two excellent dwellinc in Kirk viHe for farm propertj Farm within fonr or five mile...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 January 1886

H 1 m l LutiJti 81 Si in j ta aajKsjgj ijf32xiiin MB rfl FSS 1 Hill ft ft i a 3 WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKS VILLE T E Subletlc GEMS MO Proprietor Fmdat Jaxuahy 211 1SS POULTRY AND FARM How One Woman Made Money Mrs G A D of Iiulinnnpolis vlnd whois well known among poultry fnnciors in lint writes as follows to the Indiana Farmer I want to toll yon a little of my experience when we iirst moved on the farm Here it is Jy huslmnd built me a nice poultry house 1 had some nice Light Brnlimns 1 had raised from high priced eggs and several dozen half bloods for sitters January first we invoiced our stock and 1 began to work with a will I at tended to the wants of my hens and they began to work with a will Uio By the first of Juno 1 was like the old woman who lived in a shoe only mine wore chicks in stead of children During the spring I sold twenty two half blood hens for sitters July first I sop orated my hens and quit selling eiS for hatching having sold 12 sittings and packed them 1 had over 100 ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 February 1886

wv ftLiD QU1NCY CARDS IU following ii a iinurFirWl Quln r Biulnc Hoiicsuuirepneiutlvc men wevosldrnUtlealtcnltQii of thoi oj em patrons who deal In Qumcy especially roun try tncrvliauts to this lit Especial carl vat UU n to batu tlrat clabs relonslb lliAJUL L C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDRY Model Makeu and Machine Repairer Third nnd Main Street Quincy Illinois All work guaranteed satisfactory or no pay Cash pail for old copper brass zinc and lead SMITH HILL fc CO Manufacturers of IRON HOUSE FRONTS ALL KINDS OF GltAY IRON CASTINGS Qniney Illinois Comer Fifth and Ohio St K1RKSV1LLE CARDS WILLIAM L SMITH MASUKACTUUK BOOTS AXD SHOES First door north of Doughlass Sons lum ber yard opposite City Hotel respectfully so licits a share of jour patronage Guarantees satisfaction Sewed work a specialty P F GBEENWOOD V D OLBIIAM GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEYS AT LAW CKllSTIUX Missouri Office southeast comer public square Piereoes building over Gibbons grocery J W JOHNSTON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over villc...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 February 1886

f iSF m JS sS st WEEKLY GRAPHIC MO T E Sublette Proprietor Fbidat FebroaryS 1S8G Judge Brewer of Kansas has decided that a state must pay for breweries which it has render ed worthless by prohibitory liquor laws A letter written by Macon to tho Qulncy Journal of Feb 1st in reply to a letter in tho Shelbi na Democrat signed Shelby County has tho following How long has this writer known Col Hatch If as he intimates ho has lmown him thirty j cars and tfco democracy of this district as Ions as ho has will k or anr one pL o who knows him K vrell bo kind enough to tell us where Mr Hatch sot his title ol Colonel Will this writer or any other re sponsible man dare to say for a truth tha our congressman Win H Hatch ever held for one day or any other period tho com mission of Colonel in the Confederate nimy or an other army YTill this writer who knows Mr Hatch so well dare to say that Hatch ever was a soldier one day in his hf o in service on the field Willhotfnio to deny that he was not only...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 February 1886

i v U h M ri JU 4 J Hi- n tflrA WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIKKSYTLLE MO T E Sublette - Proprietor Triday February 5 1886 KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Ko 7 No 3 Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH Ko2 Mail So8 St Ixraw Ziprcss 2o 22 local Freight KoSC Througli Freight Xo95 Throsgh Freight GOIKG KORTH St Paul Express Mail Ka 21 local Freicht Ko iff Through Frieght 9 00 am 1137 r m Kh2oXu UiS a m 1015 r ir GuTOr si 2KrM SnOrsi Ko and 3aredailjr Throagh freight trains do not carry passengers Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives TiXax 1220 r si 730 v X 1240 r M THE WABASH DINING HALL JOE K NICHOLS PEOP Is the place for A BEGULAB MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE Gotten up en Short Kotice and in First Clas Style Ihe traveling public and those of oar citizens taking early or late trains will find this popular restaurant a great conveni ence A full line of cigars tobacco etc on Nile Xuu litADh Tvro excellent dwelling in Kirk...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 February 1886

u - WEEKLY GRAPHIC i KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Fkidat Februarys 18S6 POULTRY AND FARM Special Aspect of PoultrySocieties Every largo town or village cen ter in the whole United States ought to have its poultry associa tion It is a simple thing enough for a few men who are interested in a common fancy for fine poultry to hold a meeting and organize a poultry association and appoint officers aud secure a suitable jjlnce for holding the regular meetings If a room large enough for the purpose can bo secured and en tirely devoted to this use without too much expense so much the better Tho next tliiuc should be to make arrangements to hold an exhibition at some future time if not in one year then in two years when time enough has elapsed to enable members to get together numbf rs of fine fowls of various breeds You will be astonished to see how the interest will grow The social stimulus of frequent meet ings and the confabs you will have together -will make you ambitious in 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. — 12 February 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC i 150 Per Annum SLISGS AND AMOWB By HUGH CONWAY AfctAor o Colfrd Bocfe Zarfc Days A Family Affair Etc I CHATTER k CYNIC MM feA r VllTM C I ft lm i 1TV I 9EM 1 2 J B the tale which I em about to tell is my own as I my self am tbe hero pitiful enougb hero of those pepes I shall by nVont mv own i fairs that I may well bgin by spar ing a tew lines to tbosa of another maa a man on who grave the grass has been crowing for manv a long year His nams w as Julian Loraine His homo from the day when first I knew him to the day of his death was Herstal Abbey a fine old house in that part of wooded Somerset shire where railways have not yet come Although Mr Loraina was a man of wealth and moreover by education and I believe family fully entitled to take a hih socal position Herstal Abbay was not his ancestral home He had acquired it by simple right of purchass having bought out an old improvident but popular county family bought it out so completely that if he did not lterally step...

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