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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 April 1886

im t 1 L I I I WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVlIiLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Friday Amiii30 1886 Greece has at last yielded to the demand of Hie powers and will disarm There will likely be no more war rumors for forty eight hours By the Gate of the Sea is a new story which we begin in this issue It will run throueh several numbers and grows in in terest with each chapter Be sure to begin with this number The Post Dispatch an nounced Wednesday that the strike on the Gould System would be declared off within twenty four hours If the announcement should prove true there will be universal rejoicing The announcement by Washington correspondents that the Mexican pension bill passed the Senate seems to have been a little previous It is now stated that tie bill has never been reported to the Senate Our neighbor never does anything till the candidates are in the field He then goes to work and makes his power felt We do hope he will turn on his power a little earlier in the campaign than he did two y...

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 April 1886

WT iV jvi I mi lSk u J ia v V il I rfi V it M WEEKLY GRAPHIC KHlKSYILIiE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Fhidat Awiil 80 1856 KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card x GOING BOOTH No 2 nil 9 03 a St No 8 St Xoui Express 11 37 r v No 22 Local Freight nr 1010 dp 115ju m No 26 Through Frcifiht 122oam No 93 Through Freight 1055 r si GOING XORTH No 7 St Paul Express 430 am No 3 Mail C25rM No 21 Local Freight 155 v m Na3T Tlirough Frieght 305 r m No 2 and 3 are daily Through freight trains do not carry passengers Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives Frtitht arriTes WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrive Advertised Letters 75Cam 120 pm 730 r m 1210 r M List of letters remaining in the post office Kirksville Mo and advertised April 24 18S6 Buckner Julia Bennett P Bridges Harvey Crook Chas Elev Miss Lizzie Bumhall John Price W M Crook Chas Denson Win E Mulvaney SyL McCrary Victor Newcomb Leon Phillips Mrs Euth Sharp Thos Stickler P S Parties calling foi above letters...

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 April 1886

l McSt AmjjrliPHSXi Clover as a Shade SssRSjs - p There is probably no other plant in the world o such value to the farmers fortius purpose It fur nislics the most perfect protection to the soil during the fierce dry heat of summer Being a decidu ous plant its leaves nro perpetual ly falling and soon form a delicate covering for shade and easily pen etrated at all points by the air which is tho great carrier to the worn out soil of those atmospheric elements that are to enrich it In this way the clover plant not only contributes directly lo the fertiliz ing of the soil by giving its own substance to it but it furnishes a protective covering to the entire ground which encourages and stimulates those chemical proces ses by which the hungry and ex hausted soil is recuperated from the vast supplies of nutriment that are held in the atmosphere It becomes to the farmer the most valuable fertilizer in the world as it imparts fertility to the entire soil May Blossoms Bright beautiful and ch...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 May 1886

urn v H l WorC f e ts H 150 Per Annum QU1NCY CARDS riie fallow taj 1r a list of Firet cJasv vjuln crButhiuss Hquick an J representative men Wo would cnll the attention of those of ou rutrcms who deal In Qulncycpeclally conn try merchants to this lid Especial car was taken to huvu lkst clats rcspooslbl men on tte list L C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDRY XTodel Maker axd Machine Repaired Third and Main Street Qnincy Illinois All work cuarantecd satisfactory or nopnj Cash paid for old copper brass zinc and lead SMITH HILL CO Manufacturers of IRON HOUSE FRONTS ALL KINDS OF GRAY IRON CASTINGS Qnincy Illinois Corner Fifth and Ohio St KIRKSVILLE CARDS P F GEEENWOOD W D OLDHAiL GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEYS AT LAW KlEKSYILIX Missouri Office southeast corner public square Hereces bnilding over Gibbons grocery J W JOHNSTON ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY TUBLIC Office over Minnears ville Missouri Bakery Kirks- DR PEARCE DENTIST South Side Square Employs all the means ned by nny Dentist to secure painless De...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 May 1886

r i jsO I -S i i i V WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIKKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Judgo Treat refuses to affirm the Wabash sale made ktojt week The Sedalia Democrat has been enlarged to ton pages and is a well edited newsy paper The contest for the post office promises to be uninteresting one and as predicted by us some time 6ince the dark horse will produce considerable excitement The season so far is very promising and every farmer in Adair county should strive to beat Mb former record See if we can not have the best crops ever grown in the county It is determined that Adair count- shall have a fair this fall Men of push pluck and determi nation have taken the matter in hand and there will be no halting by the way until the work is con- sumnated G W Barnett a former Adair county boy is announced in the Sedalia Democrat as a can didate for the office of prosecuting attorney for Pettis county subject to the decision of the Democratic county convention Capi Hatch has failed in his little sch...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 May 1886

An BORN t WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Friday May 7th 1886 KIRKSYILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH No 2 Mail 9 4S a m o 8 St Loui Express 1137 v a 2o22 Losal Freisjht IUOjuu No2o Through Freight 12o ojlii ho 33 T hrough Freight 1005 r m GOING NORTH No T St Vanl Exprcs 420 a st No 3 Mail J55pjt NV 21 Local Freight 243 r si No 97 Through Frieght IKK r m No 2 and 3 are daily Through freight trains do not carry passenger Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives 7 Sxi Freight arrives 1250 P M WEST Mail and Express arrives 730 p it Freight arrives 1240 r M For Sale Farm of 320 acres all under good new fence Good house 40 acres in cultivation situated in north west part of Macon county Drake township thre niile north west from Walnut also section 25 containing C40 acres all under good new ience well watered timber convenient Fob Bent Good blue gra pasture well watered 200 acres G miles nort of town For terms and further particular address AJ aim...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 May 1886

t l I 1 its Kr Seeding1 a New Lawn tn Boedinc d own a now lawn ihe great point is to make the land Ticuand mellow work it with theplowharrow aoller and steol rake until it is an fine as n garden If you are anxious to get the grpund covered as soon as possi ble sow tuo usual lawn grass mix tures and a bushel per acre of millet or Hungarian grass In a week or ten days the millet will completely cover the ground and smother all the weeds When tho nnuet plants are two or uireo in ches high run the lawn mower over it and repeat tho cutting once a week The grass and -white clpver will get well rooted heforo winter Xou have quite a respect able looking lawn from the start and next winter the millet will be killed But if you try tho plan do noCforget to use the lawn mow er early enough A few days de lay and it will bo too late Th9 millet will got tho start of you and kill every spear of grass But if you will commence early enough and keep the lawn mower going you will get a nice lawn quicke...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 May 1886

if 1 -Vi vTTi ivi - t jSis5WsNsSSWseSS8 ir i i i t m 150 Per Annum quincy cards Thr following is llstof lrt clii uln r Uulnvss Honc8UUrcprcfitthe men We wouldcMllhoHttinttun lit those of ou plron who drill In Quincy especially roun try men haute lo thl Epecliil car was Siikcn to tmt firl clns rponslbl tuenouttelWt L a -WILLIAMSON BBASSFOUNDEY Iodel Maker and Machine Ekfaireic Third mid Main Street Quincy Illinois All work guaranteed satisfactory or nopayi Cash paii for old coppert brass zinc and lend SMITH HILli C0 Manufacturers of IRON HOUSE FBONS ILL INDS OFGRAT IRj CASTINGS Quincy Illinois Comer Fifth andOhiOjSt KLRKSVILLECARDS - Vl r r gkeeswood W D OLDHAM GEEENWOOD OLDHAM VTTOBNEYSAT LAW KlEKSVILLE - illSSOUEI Office southeast corner public square Plereces bmlding o er Gibbous grocery J W JOHNSTON ATTOENEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC OSce over Minncars Bakery Kirks ville Missouri Dr PEARCE DENTIST South Side Square all tbe means ncd by any Dentist to ecare puulea Dental operation ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 May 1886

fcl lrr s i ft WEEKEY GRKPHIC v kimvtele mo IJE Subletted proprietor There nro 300000 men fen- gaged in tho eight hour niovo ment There is a big difference between n cow boy and a China man Tho chinaman doesnt carry a revolver After all the talk of the Globe Deniocratit turns out that CXFilloy did more to bring the strike to an end and start the wheels of commerce than any other man in the state An assignment in business is a common thing but tho first time we have ever known it to be come necessary in politics is in the case of the Kirksvillo post office Tho officers were quick to arrest tho Chinamen last -week and make them pay dearly for their little diversion but not a thing was done with the boys who stood on the same corner yelling and swearing The May number of the Future has been received and is filled with interesting scientific matter be read It is a paper that should by men cf all trades an professions The weather predic tions by its editor C C Blake have been fulfilled t...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 May 1886

m WEEKLY GRAPHIC KDlKSMIiE MO L E Sublette Proprielpr -Friday May 41 183G rt KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLL Wabash Time Card GOING BOOTH Gill Win O Joiner Henry Martin Soma EmkMr L H Smith Stephen Stoneburner Mrs Cora Hay Flowers t No 2 Mill 9 43 voS 5L Iiouis Express 1137 r No ii JLocal FreUjnt 1140 a m No 25 Freight 12o a it No US Through Freight 10ttrK GOING NORTH No 7 St Paul Eipres 431 a it No 3 Mail N 21 Local Freicht 24S r st No 37 Through Friecht 105 rn No 2 and 3 are daily Through freight trains do not carry passengers Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Exprvs s arrives 756 a m Freight arrives 12Jp si WEST Mail and Express arrives 730 r it Freight arrives 1210 p M Fob Sale Farm of 320 acres all under cood new fence Good houc40 acre in cultivation situated in north west jart of Macon county CraVe township thro miles north west from Walnut also section 25 containing G40 acres all under good new lenoe well watered timber convenient For Kent Good blue gra pasture well watered...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 May 1886

fit 1 VI J i fr X h 1 I l it f 4 s iv h Cultivating Corn r5BWWtgJtCTETe3yiiJMMMll A correspondent p the Country Gentleman -writing with reference to the cultivation of corn says My plan js to culivato shallow and keep Iho soil as nearly level as possible I had to try level culti vation considerably before I could give -up the idea thai it was better than lulling The old plan of cul vating com implied using tho diamond plough to lay tho com by with Tho earth was thrown to tho corn each way and the middles split out leaving tho soil in high ridges Vhen cultivators first be gan to he used they were laid aside after cultivating two or three times as it was still considered necessary to finish tho cultivation with the plough I tried both plans cultivating part of my crop with the cultivator and keeping the soil reasonably level and using the diamond plough for tho rest So far as my own experience is concerned I am satisfied that tak ing one season with another level cultivation is tho be...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 May 1886

150 Per Annum QU1NCY CARDS L C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDRY KIRKSVILLE MISSOULiJftfLUAY MAI 21 1886 Tbe following U a lltt of Flm claev Juln cf Business Houses ami repretenutlve taefl Wc wouldcnll the attention of tliott of ou patrons who deal In QnlncycipecUIlT conn try merchants to thU lUt EpeclUcr was takenlto hare flrt cU4 respoTOlbl men on tte list V Todel Maker and Machine Bepairer Third and Main Street Qnincy Illinois All work guaranteed satisfactory or no pay Oish puitf for old copper brass zinc and lead SMITH HILL CO Manufacturers of IRON HOUSE FRONTS VLL KINDS OF GRAY IRON CA8TING8 Qaincy Hlinoi Corner Fifth and Ohio St KIRKSVILLE CARDS p r onnarwooD w d olbillm GREENWOOD fe OLDHAM ATTORNEYS at law KlBKSTILLE MISSOURI Office southeast corner public square Hereces buildinc over Gibbons grocery J W JOHNSTON ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY TUBLIC Office over llinnears Bakery Kirks Tille Missouri DR PEARCE DENTIST South Side Square Employs all the means used by any Dentist to ecure pai...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 May 1886

1 1 -I 14 I t 1 i U A 19 n WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor There is considarable talk of asking that a proposition for a general stock law bo submitted to the people Spain has n new king and Soudan a new Mahdi but MiBS Folsorus wedding trouseau is at tracting more notice than either of them With the Foundry Woolen Mills Wood workB and Creamery all in operation the north end of twu presents quite a business like appearance Steel rails which less than a year ago were worth 26 per tn are now worth 35 and the mills are in receipt of large orders There is no surer indication that the long wished for improvement is at hand to TboBuffalo lawyers propose make President Cleveland a wedding present and have select ed a solid silver dinner bet richly chased with engravings as about the right thine The cost will be between 1000 and 2000 Gen Grants tomb will be decorated on Memorial Day with floral tributes from all the -States and Territories Gen Logan will deliver the orat...

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 May 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KlttKSVIELE MO T E Sublette bt Ijouis Express Ixcal Frelirh ht Through Freiiiht Through Freight GOING NOKTII No 7 St Paul Express No 3 Mall X21 Local Freight No 97 Throuch Friecht Proprietor Friday May 21 188G KIRKSV1LLE R R TIME TABLE Ko 2 o8 Xo No 2G Xo J Wabash Time Card GOING SOOTH Mail 9 48 AM 1137 r M IUO A M 12oojum 1005 r 4S1 A M 248 r u l05rM No 2 and 3 are daily Through freight trains do not carry passengers Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Exire arrives Freight arrives WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight nrmes 7VSav 120 p x p v 1240 r M For Sale Farm of 320 acres all under good new fence Good house 40 acres in cultivation situated in north west part of Macon county Drake township thre mUe north vet from Walnut also section 2T containing WO acres all under good new Ience well watered timber convenient Eon Rent Good blue gra pasture well watered 200 acres G miles nor of town For taxni and further particular addre AJ and T G BanUx Kirksville Mo For ...

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 May 1886

IV it j aBfcscssjjsr Msse 3sr Feeding Growing Pig i i i The bog lias usually been fed as if ho wore capable of digesting nil that could be cramued into his stomach and ho has beeri treated as if ho were ns hardy bb a -wild baar and could endure heat cold filth and neglect Now the hog can only digest a certain amouut of food -within a given time and ivhon ho has eaten too much he suffers in consequence and espe cially if the food is of a kind not adapted to his requirments His digestive organs can be disarrang ed as easily as can those of the horsoand filth taken into the bvs tem will cause him to become dis eased the same -as is peculiar to hununs The accepted theory re garding cholera now is that it is a form of typhoid fever and is this true there is but one conclusion to arrive at which is that filth is at the bottom of the difficulty The eating of filth is bad enough but the drinking of filthy water is worse as the animal is then thirs ty and the filth being in a solu ble condit...

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 May 1886

a wer 4P -9 250 Per Annum WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIKKSYHJiE MO I E Sublette GIVE PRAISE Proprietor Withhold cot pralso when prilse is dna O man whose words arc apt and vise Give kindly cheer when thou maytt view The noble efforts of the few Who gtrazgle wctt resolved to rise Withhold cot praise from these who stand The butt of sneers and tsuutinsr pride Who can not yield though crowds command i Tby heart for them let lovo expand Thy tongue commend though fools deride Withhold not praise a word of thine Mar dlfslpato the chilling- cloud And prove do dim uncertain sign That safe they -march neatb - Divine Whom duty fulls though weak or bowed Withhold not praise worth may be bold But genius true takes heart from cheer Men promptly honor stamped gold Though one as puns the rock may hold Unstamped uafceorcdBuuursyar A WlityaarZfi jVnrale a word mar The resolution to excel 1 To act the part of those Who break Through barriers strong and nobly take The place where worth and honor dwell Withhold no...

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 May 1886

t U 1 I TIB i aCI B h Vf r I i m WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKS YTIJiEMfX T ESublcilc Propriolor The Maxwell trial goes brnvuly 011 nnd nt this stage of tlio proceedings it looks ns though he will lmug Judge C P Hess of Ma con lias announced as a candidate for the circuit judgeship in the 27th judicial circuit If there is any interest that demands more attention thou an other at tlio hands of tho people of Missouri it is tho road intorost If tho peoplo of any state unite in asking for anything they generally get it Now let thern unite in asking for better roads The primary election caused some stir at Washington but the signs of the times indicate that it will be quite a while before a now post master is appointed for Kirks ville It is beginning to crop out that all the delays in the appoint ments to offices in this district is duo to tho representative at Wash ington However we do not wish to complain as these delays suit the Republicans very nicely The time is at hand when electing men to 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. — 28 May 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIBKSYILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Friday May 28 188G KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOINCJ SOUTH No 2 Mail 3 48 A it No 8 St Louis Express 1137 r m No 22 local Freicht 1140 A a No 26 Through Freight 12oojlm No OS Through Freight 10O5 PM GOING NORTH No 7 St Paul Express 420 am No 3 Mail biXvu N 21 Local Freicht 243 r m No 97 Through Frieght 105 v a No 3 and 3 ore Through freight trains do not carry passengers Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Espre f s arrives Freight arrives WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives ANNOUNCEMENTS 7Gam 12JOT m 7S0 r it 1210 p M For Sale Farm of 320 acres all under good new fence Good house 40 acres in cultivation situated in north west part of Macon county Drake township thre miles north wet from Walnut also section 2 containing 040 acres all under good new lence well watered timber convenient For Kent Good blue gra paturewell watered 200 acres G miles nor of town For terms and further particular address AJ ...

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 May 1886

it pfi h V tt 1 tj f tA 3 I lf J s I ML Continued from Firtt Pire Mw Eytchiaott support of Belf 10 00 Mrs Bond Frel Gluck Patrick Dubb ii c P M Smith Coffins eic Murphy Brim go id a for pau p r J W Stribllncr keeping im becilo hrothor Mrs Mnurki fame Mrs SeUern kocping invalid dnuchter B P BtIoy keeping inasno at Fulton A M Saxtonkooping insane at St Joe Total amt expended to casb in Treas May 1 1885 To tax collided Tonmtfor ad Waison to asy lum ret 1054 43 2257 13 juay i iooy 5 feis 65 00 7 85 To amt from Jack Ferguson est By outstanding war t rants pd By cash in Trcaa Mav 1 1886 Total amt expended To caih in Trcas May 1 1865 559 05 To amt from Co Rev Fund To tcx collected 7973 05 Bvash in trcaB May 1 86 GO 00 15 00 20 00 44 50 14 60 50 00 65 00 15 00 608 09 357 G3 2795 04 26 50 562 87 83384 41 3384 41 OFFICERS SALARY FUND branK fropt sorviecn as School commissioner J W Waddill Kervkos as as sessor Stopben Hall services ns surveyor W J Ashlock services as Circuit Clerk A D Ktsdon 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 June 1886

1 11 t 1 KlKKKVIUX jMxqsotna Office southeast comer vAiMicrsinknhr PiereceV building OTor Uibboni grocery EEA1 ESTATE ABSTRAGI LAN OFFICE Writes contracts rnd deeds and makes abstracts loans money on improved fnnnsnt alow rate of interest Office at Collectors office in Masonic Building SUITE WILLIAMS MisrAoroaEns or FENCE MACHINES And all kinds nf AND PICKET in NE Cor Squnre Kikksyille Mo NEW FlBilS LOOKER LINK Flour Eeed Wood SOLD AT BED ROCK PRICES Jon CASH GIVE THEM A CALL BOSS OLDSTAUDSrENCER BUILDIXG B W HOSS NOTARY PUBLIC Rral Estate Insurance AND TAX ACT 2E3BVILL3 MO Will bny and SeU REAL ESTATE PAY TAXES COLLECT RENTS FUR- XISH ABSTRATS ETC ETC ALL BUSINESS EJ103JTLY ATTENDED TO Office Over Fonts Drug Store ATest Side DR PEARCE DS27TIST South ibkSQUAKE Employs all tho mcaiiAused by any Dentist to s ecure pauilestp8nlal operations w JUSTICE OF THE PEACE - CONVEYANCER ItEAL ESTATE ATAX PAYING AGENT TvirkYilt Mo Enys and sells lands iown property etc on commission Some very des...

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