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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 January 1887

m ii WEEKLY GRAPHIC KtRESYHiLE MO T E Sublette Proprietoi FRIDAY JANUARY G Scotland Macon and Knox counties nil Toted to suppress the salo of whisky last week An effort is being niado by the stock holders to wrest the 31 K k T Road from tho Gould management Relations of European pow ers continue so strained that war is anticipated -The authorities have order ed all the gamblers to leave Coun cil Bluffs Iowa under pain of a vigorous prosecution The Blair Education bill is growing in favor and Sepator Blair feels quite confident that it will pass both houses and be signed by the President Much feeling has been aroused against Speaker Carlisle because of his delay in naming tho committees of the house It is charged that ho might have nam ed them three days after his elec tion and that through his delay the work of the session will not begin till well on toward Febru ary There is much suppressed feeling among the employes of tho Gould Southwestern system be cause of nn order to reduce 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. — 6 January 1887

S KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card QCIKO SOUTH oi Msil Vp g St Loum Express vo local KifiRht So 6 Through Freight 10 SS i si 1137 r m 100 r ji 1115 a u 001X0 NORTH So 7 SI Paul Express 423 a m 3 Mail 450 rst V 21 Ixl Frcisht 335 r si Ko9 ThroORh Eriesht 11 15iji o9 3 and 03 dally Others daily except Sunday 97 aiidSS donotcarry Vsenecrs Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives freight arrives WEST Jlsil and Express arrives Freight arrives 7M A M 12S0r u 730 r M 1240 r M GRAPHICS Tinsman for photographs Floyds Greek Items will appear nest week Mr Geo Rice is quite sick with pneumonia A series of meetings is in pro gress at tho M E Church south and will bo continued for several weeks Tho new mill is now doing a heavy business in grind ing corn and will be ready to grind wheat in two weeks Eichard Furnish Miles Sells TiceSpeer and Joseph Adams of Schuyler county were attending circuit court hero Wednesday Ticket ffo 437 has drawn the gold watch at tho Ladies B...

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 January 1887

U t H K i17 ft 3 liS THE HOUS EHOLD Baked Apples Take a dozen or more juicy Baldwins wipe and core put into a tin baking pan and fill the cavities with sugar take a tablespoonful of butter and tVm snmo of flour rub together until smootli to this pour boiling water till there is enough to just cover the apples grate nutmeg over the whole and bake in a slow oven an hour or more Nice for dessert ArrLE Cubtabd Stow apples with the grated rind of a lemon added and till they are Eoft rub them through a sieve and to three cups of strained apples add nearly fwn nuns of sucar When cold beat five eggs very light and stii nlternntelv into a quart of milk with the apples pour into a pud ding dish and bake To bo eatei cold Geiulyx National Cake- Stol len the famous German cake Four pounds flour a pound and three quarters of butter a pound and a half of pulveiized loaf sugar half a pound of sweet and quarter of bitter almonds both of which should be blanched six ounces of citron four eggs well 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. — 14 January 1887

ft c tiro TrtA FZi m S m S ca w x S3fi w ih3 Wf t 1 i - - - i - - is W Ik 5- v r a i t L S 1j5P Ter Abbubi KIRKSVILLE CARDS HFXULLAN JiWljOHNSTXtti MILLAN A JOHNSON Attorneys at Lav Office CvtrHtiVCvmiMrtficUl fir1 r oEEcnrooD w oldham GREENWOOD 0LDHA3L ATTORNEYS AT LAW - i - MlEEOUEI ODce North ride square one door west or Browns Harness shop It Ii BAfitttOW SEAL ESTATE ABSTRACT 4 LOAN OFFICE ites contracts and deeds and mates jl enacts loans money on improved farm at now rate of intrest Office at Collector s oaloo in Masonic Building SKITS WIL2ilJliI3 MASCTACTCaEiiS OF FENCE 3TAQEESE3 And all kinds of 4ND PICKET FtHCiNG N j Cur Square Kikkstille Mo T C HAEEIS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE CONVEYANCES FEiX ESTATE V TAX PAYING AGENT KlIIKSVILIE Mo liny and -e lrud mwi tinrty etc 01 co uniision Soieerj uni city in- eriy jiuiirmed rad iiiirnred for wie at treat inidren itij lect i nh tract fcni l til Rinjut ImI irUUr C irri nil olitateJ All ha iuef luoktsd after aith fire am jirnJiti tJirt Smt...

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 January 1887

II fi r II m m ji M WEEKLY GRAPHIC KTRKSYILLE E Sublette MO Proprietor -The Hennepin Canal scheme is growing in favor and the Board of Engineers appointed under the terms of the last river and harbor bill have reported favorably upon its construction The terrible wreck on tha Baltimore and Ohio road -which was reported last week was caus ed by the engineer on tho freight trai being drunk No penalty would be too severe for the wretch whose drunken carelessness would cause tho loss of a score of lives Claus Spreckles of San Francisco has sent S1000 to the Logan fund Now if he would divide a few of his extra thousands among the women and children who are suffering for food and clothing on account of his avarice one would begin to think that he was growing charitable An exchange Rives an ac count of an old bachelor who set his bed clothes on fireand came near burning his residonc during one of the recent cold nights by taking a hot brick to bed with him to keep his feet warm ThiB should...

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 January 1887

- imzw mm WEEKLY GRAPHIC KERKSTTUiE MO 1 E Sublette Proprietor KIRKSYILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH Xo 3 Mail 9 SI a u o S St Louia Exrtrofa 1147 r u KaM Local FreuMit 1140 a k Xo23 Throuxh lVeight 1045 a it GOING NORTH fco 7 St Paul Eijirev No 3 Mail - 21 Local Fr lijht No 97 Through Friegtit Ko 2 and S are Tliroali freight train do not carry paaaoucer 41G i u f12 r m 212 p m 1045a k Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Kail and Exprea nrrivri Treifbt armea WEST Mail and Expresi jirriTea Iraisht armea GRAPHICS 7Kxv lSuflr m 730 r xt 1240 r M Tho slight softening of tho snow has greatly improved tho sleigh ing Do not fail to hear Miss Whito nt tho Christian church Saturday evening tho 15th A free locture Our weather predictions owing to some delay in the mails did not reach us in time for publica tion last week We give them in full this issue Frequent visits to Illinois and tho movement to secure residence property leads us to infer that one of our largest grocers cont...

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 January 1887

WHIWI WIW WHH IHMlinil II WWP1IIII I Hfc J kM JWF3WWylK3 aiLfSI1 iiJPP f - tft ii H iW EeT Dr Cyrus Hamlin Calls the Monnonites o Sontliern RuBsin Baplist Qukrn and sajs the re the finest farmers in the world For temperace thrift flour buttei and other excellent things thej are not to bo surpassed As a metal preservatire the Farmers AdTocate recommends a coat o thick lime wash Another good article is made by dissolving an ounce of resin in four ounces oi linseed oil and while hot mix tliit with a quart of kerosone and Btir well This is laid on to smooth iron with a paint brush or with a rag To remove rust from tools nothing is better than a mixture consisting of a little oil of vitriol poured slowly into a pint of water and apply this to the rusted metal Wash off with water following with preservative Wa know of no good reason why every garden should not have a bad of asparagus and a large one too Once plan ted in good gard en soil and the crop is certain for many yearg to come The ...

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 January 1887

i I It d s WEEKLY PRAPHIC i JU 150 Per Annum KIRKSVILLE CARDS b f mihan w JonN STo MILL AX JOHNSON Attorneys at Lav Office CvtrHt i Gi Men let tl fir r r aEEEXwoon w n oldham GREENWOOD ATTOBXtlS AT LAW RtEXSYUAE - MlSSOCBI Office North tide qnre one door west of Browns Harness shop JS Ii AS1ROW REAIESTATE ABSTRACT LOAN QFFIG low office in Masonic Bu3dins 2 ttntcs contracts and deeds and makes loans ciuucj uu iuimiu rata of interest UKice rt Collector s SIANTXTAOnjZESS OF fffiasfGE MACHINES Andallkindof iKD PICKET FEHCIKG N b tJur Square Kihesville Mo T C HAERIS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE CONVEYANCER beat r vrYTE tx r v g agent XiKKsrixix Mo Bny an1 sells lands town ropertyetc o commission Some very uesintlie farra an city piiwrty nuunrujeil and improved iu rale at CTeat bargain paid rent coi lected alt-tract- furnished and ccotuiU co lecte 1 p j natlr C jrrssoalin All business looted after with care am prjrapties Oltice South it comer sonnr orer Brewin3on t Fowlers Store room No LIYEIIY F...

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 January 1887

il m I A r WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIBESTIIiLE MO I E Sublette Proprietor Gen W B Hazen chief o tho cignal Borrice corps died in Washington Sunday evening Frauk James has gone to St Louis to obtain a clerkship in a retail store If ho fails to get a clerkship ho -will keep a cigar stand A rich find of gold and cop per is reported on the property of the Emily Mining Company near Golden City Ark forty miles southeast of Foit Smith -President Cleveland has not entirely recovered from his recent illness yet he has sufficient strength to sit down on the entire democratic party The Austrian government is still hastening preparation for hostilities and large contracts for provisions have been made deliv erable to the war department in March The Hon Charles B Far- well was elected to the United States Senate Tuesday to fill the place made vacant by the death of Gen John A Logan receiving the entire party strength of both houses It has been discovered that a hypodesmic injection of cocoaine will make ...

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 January 1887

t A Irf is s WEEKLY GRAPHIC KntKSYTLLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor K1RKSYILLE R R TIME TABLE Xo22 So 20 Wabash Time Card QOIKG BOUTn Ko2 Mail No S at Louis Express Local Freisht Through Freight GOING NOHTII 8 51 x m 1147 r i 1140 am 104 x vi No 7 St Tirol Express 416 am No 3 Mail M2rM N 21 Local Freieht 212 P si So U7 Through Fricuht 1045a m So 2 and 3 are daily Through freight trains do not carry passengers Qaincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives 7fC a is Freight arrives 1250 r si WEST Mail and Express arrives 730 r v Freight nrrivvs 1240 r M GRAPHICS Spate ribs at Nichols At the c ty election las week Macon elected a license ticket The Kirksville Iron Works will do all kinds of repairing Sleighing parties are the order of the clay or evening rather Go to the Kirksville Iron Works for machine repairs For corn corn chop and meal try A L Holms at the Variety Wood Works If you want a good bob sled either light or heavy call at the Variety Wood Works Matrimonial conspi...

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 January 1887

SI GLEANINGS Poultry in January Eoupe is Uio great scourgo at this season The majority o cases from too much top ventilation It has long been a custom to con struct openings in the roof o poultry houses for the admission of pure air and to carry off the foul gasses and odors hut they rather allow of tho escape of warmth and permit the cold draughts to blow down over the fowls Whenever the heads and eyes of the fowls are swollen it is safe to claim that they roost under top ventilators Ihero is too much ventilation in some poultry houses The great diffi culty with many who live in cold climates is to keep the cold air out Dampness draughts exposure to keen cutting winds during the day and getting the wattle wet whon drinking cause frosted wat tles and also roup If the roup once secures a foothold it hangs on tenaciously and the fowl will hardly pay for the labor of doc toring it The proper hens to keep during winter are those that are heavily feathered and have small combs Such birds...

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 January 1887

lWBE5aIBSS5aaWggaMMMWHJS JUUBUL it I Al I 150 Per Annum K1RKSYILLE GARDS H F MIUiAX J VT JOHNSTON MLLLAN JOHNSON Attorneys at Law Office CverJIci ci Grcctrj StoieSoEthfic r r onEcrvrooD w d oldxiam GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEYS AT LAW KlEESttLUT - - - Missobki OOcc North side square one door west of Brown Harness shop R Ia 2ARW REAL ESTATE ABSTRACT LOAN OFFICE iites contracts mid dteds and makes A Miact loans money on improved faruisnt g low rate of interest Office at Collectors oSice in Masonic Buildiny S2ITH jiAxtrFAorucEiis or FtfCS MACHINES Andull kind of MID PICKET FENCIH6 S ft Jor Square Kipksville Mo T C HARRIS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE CONVEYANCER ECU rSTATE A TAX PAYING AGENT KlliKSVIlEE Mo liu a an J laud- town iiroiiiy etc on commission Sinn erj ilc imble farm- md ty proper nnhiii ruved and improved for fale xtirrvt bargains Tsm s piid rents col lected ah tracl turciMied nsid hecount col lect r i u tAf 0 jrra mja laucs All busme s looked after with enre and proinptut OCct South e...

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 January 1887

srl HI S pwl WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSYILLE MO 1 E Sublette jk ct- Proprietor Rot W G Eliot Chancel lor of Washington University St Louis died at Pass QChristion Miss Sunday Sullivan in his recent slug ging match at Minneapolis broke his wrist over his adversarys neck The pity is that he didnt break liis neck over his adversarys wrist While it is true that sur veyors are plentiful in the neigh borhoods of some of our smaller towns it is equally true that no one seems to know what company they are working for As the cold weather de creases the number of railroad surveyors increase We would ad vise our Hurdland and LaPlata friends to catch and label a few of them so as to bo able to tell where they belong The university boys are giving Dr Laws the President a vast amount of trouble If the learned doctor could only bo led to see himself as others see him he would resign his position out of mere self respect Kirksville is not troubled at present either with surveyors or railroad officials Th...

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 January 1887

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH i No 2 Mail SI a m No 8 St Loni Express 1117 v x No 22 local Freight 1140 a si No2G Throupli Freight 1015 am GOING NORTH ho 7 St Paul Express 415 a si No 3 Mail fi12r si N 21 Local Freisht 212 r st No 97 Thronch Friesht 1015a m No 2 and 3 are daily Thronsh freisht trains do not carry passengers Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives WEST Mail and Express arrives Freiclit arrives 7Wam 12fOrst 7i0 r sr 1210 r XI GRAPHICS Fine weather Excellent loads The Jubilee Singcis Feb Slh Everybody is talking railroad The Kirksville Iron Works will do all kinds of repairing Secure your seats for the Opera Thursday evening Feb 3 Leave orders at Ivies Hotel for bus to any part of the city Go to the Kirksville Iron Works for machine repairs Cull and see us in our new quar ters opposite the post office Boilers and engines bought and sold at the Kirksville Iron...

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 January 1887

m m GLEANINGS Tho ordinary system of feeding horses snjs tho Stockman is to ny the least a very careless ono There nro tons of hay wasted and voted than wasted in tho manger It is io easy to fcd hay that too many throw it to the horso with perfect recklessness Good hay is meritorious feed but hay is a very bulky food and th danger in feeding it to excess is that too much bulk will b - furnished not that too much of tho food elements will be BupplUd Vo cannot founder a horso ou hay But wo can fill him with so much indigest ible woody fibre and bocausa of the indigestibility of the woody fibre create such quantities of gas in the stomach and bowels that the effect is positively injuri ous Tho best aspect for plants grown in rooms is east or south east south or south west but never north It is necessary once in eight or ten days to turn the plants so that each side gets au equal share of light else tho plants will get lop sided If plants drop their loaves or the leaves become yel low i...

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 February 1887

If 150 Per Annum WMEKIY GRAPHIC KIRKSViniiE MO T E Sublette ropritto IN UNION IS STRENGTH 10 tir 1-1-0 ji cnlt imd zero onir dwet side by sde I lathe wedded reiuion content to uKdo ThO Imd Mood by each other for menr Ion jenr jaJ fhsrc l tlfes enjojiacnts divided its U ars Thcycro honored respected and oved by Ml men nil no one disputed tliolr vnluo as ttiu jtotdUccnsIon arose in their hearts and grew WOffC Till toe Iw ws appealed to and granted dl- I t oroe And th s couple most foolishly broko up thei home VeUchted with thoughts of their ficedom to roam I But alas to their Borrow they round when too late Slhey bad blindly Invited a very bud fate When weary and heart sick they counted the cot All the blessings of home were forevennore jot While the world made no effort Its thoughts tndlsgulFc And they saw themselves dwlndlo lu every ones eyes They discocrcd -when homeless alone in diFtrcsK That a unit Is small nnd a zero is less A wife old Arithmetic Vnowinc them both Declared himse...

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 February 1887

1 1 t I m m IU M m c U -I saoss WEEKLY GRAPHIC KmKSYTLLE MO T E Sublette - jit - Proprietoi Latest advices state that a general European outbreak may bt expected at any moment Canada is fortunate in hav ing Maine instead of Texas bor dering on her possessions If the fisheries dispute should lead to war withJEngland those who make fortunes thereby will be termed Cod fish aristocra cy If the Government of the United States had half as much backbone as she has diplomacy the Canadians would not only be tooTvilling to have our fishermen fish near their shores but would esteem it a privilege to be permit ed to cut bait We still believe that the Atcliison made a made a mistake in not coming through Kirksvillo However we have lost all interest in the road and would emphatical ly protest against the company making an movement that would again excite our people to a state of frenzy -Dispatches from Ottawa state that England lias signified her intention of sending men-of-war to the shore of th...

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 February 1887

m v s f H WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO E Sublette Proprietor K1RKSYILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH Ko2 Mill No 8 St Louis Eirircu Ao l54 Freight Ko26 ThroachFreUnt GOING XOKT1T 7 St Piul Expre o3 Mnil 21 Local Freight Ko S7 Throcch Priesit o ri a m 1117 r M 1140 a M 101S v m J1G a k ii12 r M 212 v is W4A M Ko 2 and 3are daily Through TreJclit trains do not carrj iseUKOrR Quincy Missouri Pacific R R east Unit and Knr Ririvis Freight trivcs WEST Mail nnd Express arrives froicht nrrie i rf J A 730 r m VUi i M GRAPHICS Cold Hampton Students The Kirksville Iron Works wil do nil kinds of repairing The Jubilee Singers next Tues day evening Secure your seats for the Opera Thursday evening Feb o The prices of hogs and cattle steadily continue to advance Leave orders at Ivies Hotel for bus to any part of the city Twelve degrees below zero Thursday morning Come and see us in our new quaiters opposite the ost office Brasfield Kellogg has some choice clover seed Go to the Kirksv...

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 February 1887

I I If Continued from fftst page of the city wliodicd three summers be fore leaving her un income ample foi her needs and somcUiItijr over with which to case her heart t lis eharit able promptings Then sho told him of Celestes life an absorbing theme to him and strange and sweet in its rev elation How Celestes father had been a Colonel in the war and lost his life leading a charge on the licld oi An tic tarn then how the won derful wife and mother took her child and entered the service as a soldiers nurse of the brave helpful life they led of the mothers heroic deeds of the childs carrying water to the wounded in the Wilderness of her wound in the limb with a musket ball which left her limping through life of the mothers life and death as a newspaper correspondent at Washing ton when the war was over and Ce lestes coming to Cincinnati to share her home The narrative touched the soft heart ed bravery loving John Earlinj as with invisible tire It seemed to nim he could feel Celestes w...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 February 1887

EsSESS Wgsr f 150 or Annian KRKSVILLE CARDS H F milan jw JoiissTo mill ax t johsso Attorneys at Lav OEce 0irlUjfs Gittciluii JXitl 5 it T C HAlUUS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE CONVEYANCER RE1L ESTATE A TAX IAYiXa AGENT Kieesyille Mo Bays nnd rcIIs lauds town properly etc on commiiOD bone very uesintbio tanns mid city property inimproi rnd improved for aile at j Tcnt bars uus Taxes paid rents -It tod abstracts furnished and arconnt a W1U e one door west of II I UAKROW REAL ESTATE lliiliP nmes contracts and deeds and makes A tuacls loiu money on improved farrusnt u low rate of intrret Oilice at Collectors odice in Masonic Building inswicrunEES of Pasf03 MACHINES And all kinds of ilia PICKET FfBCING N Ji vjor Square KiRESYiLLE Mo LIYEItY FEED AND Sale Stable T E GRAVES PEOPEIETOE FIRST CLASS TEAMS AND VEHICLES Prompt Conveyance tu nil Parts of the County Baex South of Public Square Kirksville Mo They also have ihe City Hearse Charges Resonable QUINCY CARDS SMITH HILL CO Manufacturers of IRON H...

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