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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 March 1887

i 1 I II uil fiPPlpPiPIPIfP WEEKLY GRAPHIC KffiKSVUiLK Ma T K Sublette Proprietor THE LOAN PROPOSITION At tho school meeting Satur day evening March 5th ib wasdo cided to submit the proposition to make a loan of twenty one thousand dollars to build now school houses for the town of Kirksville Tho nronosition was 3SC sift a Tho frautio attempts at railroad legislation by certain par ties in tho Missouri Legislature were probably intended to attract tho attention of President Cleve land to that body as an excellent place for the selection of Inter Stato Commerce Commissioners In tho United States Circuit Court writs of mandamus have beenjissued to Scotland county re quiring that county to levy a tax to carried with cheers and tho i moot tho various coupons diet of tho peoplo seemed to be well done Thero wore a few who were not altogether satisfied but they were inclined to Waive all personal considerations aud sup port the proposition that Kirks ville might have what she has so long n...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 March 1887

i -I l is I t - IF- spr w WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE ill T E Sublette Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R RT1HE TABLE No 2 No 8 So 22 No 26 No No 3 No 21 No 97 No2 do not Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTn Mail St Louis EiprcM Local FrciRlit Through Freight 9 31 a it 111 v m XIAO a M 1045 a jr GOING NORTn St Vnul Express 41G a m Mail r12 r m Local Frcicht 212 r m Thronch FricKlit 104riAii and 3 are daily Through freight trains carry pastnucrs Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Expres arm cs Freight nrrnes WEST Mail and Express arrives Freicht arnves ANNOUNCEMENTS 7Vam 12JXrx 730 r II 1240 r M At the solicitation of many teachers and friends Iherebj announce mjfeif a a candi date for the oBice of Grant school Comnds sloccr for Adair County J O TRUITT Wc are authorized to announce I X KEN EDV Principal or the Kirkslllc Public School as n candidate for the office of bcuool Commissioner for Adair comity At the urgent reinest of man v tfriends and teachers 1 hereby annoucc lm ef as a caudi iateforth...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 March 1887

FAEJS AND HOUSEHOLD GLEANINGS Grapo vines may bo trimmed on and the trimmings cut up into throe eye cuttings and buri ed in he cellar for rpiing setting Tho simo too with currants and gooseberries ii not done befoie It is said that a pound of copperas scatted under each grape vine h a preventive to snips Scot and mil dew as it is so cheap it will cost bat little to try it To make hens lay take four quirts of -water to which a broken popper pod or a tcaspoonful of cayenne pepper has been added then stir in enough brand and corn meal to thicken it add some horso raddish or onions chopped line and then boil slowly Feed once a day a handful to each hen In winter food charcoal and parched corn freely Tke eais of corn and lay in a dripping pan in the stove and roast until nearly black With n sharp mince meat cutter chop the corn in small pieces cob and all then scatter a lot of straw on the house floor and let the fowls scratch for the corn Peed a vari ety of grains giving shelled corn on...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 March 1887

I 150 Per Annum QUINCY CARDS SMITH HILL CO Manufacturers of IEON HOUSE FRONTS ILL KIKD3 OF GRAY IRON CASTINGS Quiney Illinois Comer Fifth and Ohio St L 0 WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDRY Model Maker and Machine Repairer Third and Main Street Qoincy Illinois JIU work guaranteed satisfactory or no par Cash paid for old copper brass ilnc and lead KIRKSV1LLE CARDS HF MILLAN JMOBKSTOIi HLLATrTOHNSON Attorneys at Lav Office Oxer Hopes Grocery Store SonthFiV p r greenwood w oleuaii GREENWOOD fc OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW KrjUtSVZLLE SI SMITH Missouri OFFICE Opoalte Post Office over Ir Golcn anil Morrows office J R MUSICK Attorney at Law AND NOTARY PUBLIC OFFICE Sontheast Corner Public Square OTer Brewington Fowlers All business entratedre tojme will rceive careful attention DR PEARCE DE2TTXST South Side Square Employs all the means used by any Dentist to secure painless dental operations A J FIGHT AUCTIONEER Gentlemen of Adair and adjoining counties let me call your attention to this fact With the exp...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 March 1887

II m m t r i I WEEKLY GRAPHIC KmKSVmLE MO T K Sublotte Proprietor THE DEMOCRAT AND THAT SETTLE MENT For several years lionest and true men o botli parties have be lieved that a combination com posed of men who claimed to bo the leaders o both political parties in the county existed in and about the county seat While tho men comprising this combination ve hemently claimed that they were dyed-in-the-wool democrats or that they were wide republicans they ivere really neither but were politicians for revenue only The purpose of this combination was to dictate who should hold tho county and district offices and receive the government appointments It is needless to say that the lucky ones in getting into office by elec tion or appointment were mem bers of this combination Tho political principles of tho differ ent members of this combination were hawked about the country and were made the subject of campaign thunder in all of the school liouses and a number of the churches in the county N...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 March 1887

St 1 I - t T WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE Ml T E Sublelle Proprietoi KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOOTH Ko2 Mail o S St Ijonii Eitircss No 22 Local Freight No 26 Through Freight GOING NORTH jvo7 St Paul Express yo3 Mail jfe 21 Jjocal Freight No 9 Through Frieght ANNOUNCEMENTS Cultivators for 15 at Carothers Greenes 9 51 A M 1147 r v 1140 A M 10 15 A M 41G a u f12r m 212 ru 1013a m No 2 and 3 are daily Through freight train co not oirry vwusengers Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives Freight armes WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives 7r GA i V2SOr 7 TO r at 1240 v M FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER At the follcltatlon of many teachers and friends I hereby announce rnTEeifa a candi date for the office of County school Commis Montr tor Adair Count j J O TnUlTT We are authorized to announce I X KEK XEDV Principal or the Kirksville Public School as a candidate for the office of School Commissioner for Adair county At the urccnt request of many tfrlen...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 March 1887

Ill J light RECIPES Paste ron Papeu Uaxuixgs Books Prni Poxes etc -Good wheat Hour sifted four pounds make it into n still batter with cold water in a pail beat it well to break the lumps and then add pul verized alum two ounces Into this pour boiling water hissing hot from the fire stirring the bat ter thoroughly all tho time As it cooks it swells and loses its white color and when cold will make about three fourths of a pail of thick paste Thin with cold water to adapt it for tho easy use with the brush vPor painted or var nished walls add one half ouuce pulverized resin to each two quarts paste and reduce the mass with thin gum arabic or glue water A little pulverized corrosive subbli mato will enhance tho keeping qualities of paste but alum used as above will do very well To Clean Looking Glass Remove with a damp sponge lly stains and other soils the sponge may bo dampened with water or spirits of wine After this dust the surface with the finest sifted whiting or powder blue and...

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

1 I ii- Is n i i 150 Per Annum QUINCY CARDS SMITH HILL fc CO Manufacturers of IRON HOUSE FRONTS ll kinds of grat iron castings IJainey IllinoK Corner Fifth and Ohio St L C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDRY Model Maker and Machine Repairer ltird and Main Street Quincy Illinois ill work guaranteed satisfactory or no pa Cain paid for old copper brass zinc and lead H F HILLAN J V MLLLAN JOHNSON Attorneys at Lav Office Over Hopes Grocery Store SculLSic P r GEEEXWOOD j R MUSICK Attorney at AUCTIONEER Gentlemen of Adair and adjoining counties let ine call yourntteutlon to this fact With the experience of seeral years in Etock I fiel assured in saj ing I can give gen eral satisfaction to all tho e who may ee fit to give me a call Charges reasonable Ad dress me at Kirksvillc ST SMITH T VV D OLDHAil GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW KffiisTiLLE Missouri OFFICE Oposlte 1ost Oflice OTcrDrGobcn and Morrow s office Law AX1 NOTARY PUBLIC OFFICE Sonthcast Corner Public Square over Brewington A Fowlers All bu...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 1 April 1887

m 1 1 ill SB i is i I WEEKLY GRAPHIC KUtKBVILLE MO T Z Sublotte Proprielor Judge Samuel Trent of the United States District Court died nt his residence in Springfield 111 last Sunday At the time o his death he was seventy five years of nge and had served as United States district judge since 1S55 General Phil Sheridan is the latest sucgestion for a presi dential nominee for the Republi can party It is thought that he would capture tho entire soldier vote of tho country and every Irish vote besides polling tho en tiro Republican vote If a boom should happen to elude the sentinels and slip in on Kirksville wouldnt it be amusing to see those who have never done anything but stand guard to keep out enterprise grabbing for the awnings and hitching racks to keen from being swept off their feet The people of Adair county may justly feel proud of the work accomplished at tho last session of our legislature by our representa tive Hon J W Davis Beside other important work ho secured an approp...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 1 April 1887

I J r life WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVTLLE JK T E Sublette - Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOIXG SOUTH No 2 Mail 9 31 x sr No 8 St Louis Erprcss 1147 r it No 22 Local Freicht 1140 a u Ko20 Through Freight 1015 jum GOING NORTH o7 St Paol Expreo 410 a v Ko3 Mail fillr v - 1 Local Freight 212 r a No 97 Through Fricght 1045a is No 2 and 3 are daily Through freight trains to not carry passengers Quiney Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Exrre arrives 7CGV Freight arriTes 12 rXr m WEST Mail and Express arrives 730 r n Freight arches 1210 p M ANNOUNCEMENTS i FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER At the solicitation of many tcachrrs and Meed I hereby announce rayneif a a candi date for the office of County school Commis eloner for Adair County J 0 TRUITT We are authorized to announce I X KEN JfEDY Principal of the Klrkuvlllc labile School as a candidate for the office of School Commissioner for Adair county At the urgent request of many friends and irhpTK I hflTAbv nnnnnri mrwlf 1 date ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 1 April 1887

li f B i -- Make Your Homes Attractive Mothers ami inthers who linvo sons and daughters growing up do not always renlizo as thoy should the great necessity of mak ing homoiiot merely a place in which their children eat sleep and are clothed but one in which they find positive happiness and enjoy ment In nine cases out of ten whore you see a wild youth or a giddy girl go to their hoincs you will find them cheerless unattrac tive or perhaps actually disagree able The nature of youth is excessive ly restless it has a longing for ac tion and excitement ambitions more or less vain and always the irrepressible desire to know a broader life ltepress these nat ural instincts and yon will be sure to throw them intoany society that in a measure will gratify their loneiims Your sons do not so to the bar rooms at first for the taste of the liquor which thoy have not as yet acquired thoy go ior the cav companions they find there The influence for good or evil that a mother has over her sons 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. — 8 April 1887

V k m J w QUINCY CARDS SMITH HILL CO Manufacturers of IRON HOUSE FRONTS ILL KINDS OF GHAT IRON CASTINGS QaincyHlinois Corner Fifth and Ohio St L C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDEY aIodel Maker aid Machine Eepairer third and Main Street Quincy Illinois All work Ruaranteed satisfactory or no par Cash paid for old copper brass zinc and lead KIRKSVILLE CARDS sffT MIELAx JWJdHKSTX MLLLAN JOHNSON Attorneys at Lav Office Over Hopes Grocery StoreSoutlifit1 P T OEEESTTOOD V D OLDDAil GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW KiBisniiE Missouri OFFICE Oposlte Pott Office over Tr Goben aadilorrows office J R MUSICK Attorney at Law AND NOTARY PUBLIC OFFICE Sontheast Corner Tnblic Square over Brewfngton Fowlers All business tntrntedre tome careful attention DR PEARCE DENTIST South Side Square Employs all the means nscd by any Dentist to tecare painless dental operations AJ FIGHT AUCTIONEER Gentlemen of Adair and adjoining counties let me call jonrattention to this fait With the exp nence of several years iu s ll...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 8 April 1887

ill ftK 8 li HR1I M m tfi 1 I M - aaSlipSSfs rW WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T L Sublette Proprietor POLITICAL SCHEMING Every year it becomos more and more apparent that scheming is the lever by which unworthy men are raised to places of honor and profit in the political arena The scheming is worked by n com bination in the party that happens to be in power and sometimes by a combination of both parties So important a part haB this schem ing come to play in a political campaign that the great princi ples which are supposed to make parties are being lost sight of and the schemes of political combina binations engage the attention of the aspirant for political favors These combinations exist in our counties our states and our na tion and in understanding how the political affairs of the county are managed we have an idea of the work that makes and unmakes governors congressmen and even oresidents Yet as powerful as these combinations have become thev could wield but little influ ence ...

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 April 1887

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KntKSVmLE MO E- Sublette Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOGTH y Ko2 Mail 10 30 a st jfo 8 St Loan Express ua5 r st yo 22 Local Freight 1030 a St No33 Throofihireight 1253 a at GOING NORTH o 7 St Pul Express 3S5 l si No 3 Mail JfcEUrM X 21 local Freight 2W v it Ko 97 Through Fricght 1020a u No 2 and S are daily passengers trains run through to St Louis without change Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives T5Gasi Frsight arrives 12M r si WEST Hil and Express arrives 730 r si Freight arrives 1240 r M GRAPHICS Circuit court docket on first page- Fresh greens lettuce radishes and onions at Nichols Quincy TJIs has a Eepublican mayor the first for many years Cultivators for 15 at Carothers k Greenes Another car load of Studebaker wagons unloaded at Carothers it Greens this -week Fairview school district made the first return of the vote- for school Commissioner All correspondence should bo in this office if possible by Wednes d...

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 April 1887

i m I w bbendans Conditioni 2orar ts absolutely Tr aad hlshly coa ceatrated Oaeounee Is worth a eeuad of a zr otmer kind It etrletly a medicine to ne irivea wiin xooa WrnW Manure in Open Yards Tho large collection oE manure arouud out door feed raclcB is usu ally hauled away while that scat tered over the feed yard is allow ed to remain When moistened by the spring rains this is work ed into a filthy pulpy mixture oE earth and manure by tho tramp ing o stock Neither evaporation nor drainage can take place from this surfaco mixture and tho ynrd continues to be muddy long after rains Heavy rains wash out and carry into the ditch great quantities or tho ammonia and other valuable parts of tho ma nure In tho fall when tho half way careful farmer conies to scrape this together ho gets a few loads or weak manure rrom which the rains have carried nearly all tho value In order that the yard may be moro clean in sum mer as well as to secure this scattered manure the winter and early spring a...

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 April 1887

150 Per Annum HIE VAKKJS BLAPE1 THE ADVENTURES -OF A TENDERFOOT- BY J R MUSICK Atrrnoi ox The Baxkeb of Bedford Walter Xrowx field The Hired Girl etc CHAPTEBI IS THE CAMP -WHISKY PETE Take yer bill f rum that coffee pot Tom an pass er ter me Thar donjt be a hog Joe Aint ye got no manners Keep yer fingers out o the vittles Ye haint washed fur a week Look out fur Bob two or three more sweeps like that an the grubll all be gone Hold yer jaw Sim Yer not drivin to the round up now No n -we -wont be soon unless you fellers git through eaten some time to day Cowboys who her been in the saddle for eight hours at a stretch know how to stow away grub The above conversation was tak ing place in a camp of cowboys The hour is noon and the sun with the gentle warmth of early Epring beams down upon the scene from a cloudless sky A lovely scene it is Here lies the deep solemn forests which fringe the banks of the stream known as Eoaring Pork while in the back ground is a long sbetch of rolling prai...

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 April 1887

ti I MM tt 1 I i f t i WEEKLY GRAPHIC MO T K Sublette Proprietor KeelyB motor is still at tracting attention and there is only one thing that prevents it being n succcpb it wont stmt The interstate commerce commissioners are wrestling with a long haul of complaints and n hort haul of remedies The Alaska gold fields nre attracting great attention and causing a general stampede from the mines of Oregon and Califor nia Prairie fires did much damage in EanBas and Dakota last week In Norton county Sans thousands of bushels of grain was destroyed and many oattle horses and sheep perished We bogin in this Gkaiwic a story from the pen of J B Musict Mr Musicks stories have proved so popular with our read ers in the past that to mention the name of the author is sufficient io direct general attention to the story South America is having a scourge of cholera and the great est precaution will be necessary to prevent a spread of the disease to his country Let us remember as the hot season approa...

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 April 1887

Ps WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO E Sublette Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Yabash Time Card GOING SOUTH No 2 Mail 10 a it No 8 SU iJoais Express 11W r si No 22 IjOoU Froisht I0t x m No 26 Through Freight 125Sa si GOING NORTH o St Paul Express 335 am Ko3 Mail fiiop si St 31 Local TreiRht 240 r si No 97 Through Frieglit IIWSOa m No 2 and 3 are daily passengers trains run through to St Louis without clianc Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Eiprt arrives Freight arrives WEST Mail and Expre3 arrives Freight arrives GRAPHICS 7fVGAis 120 r si 7 uTO r st 120 p M The Eagle Hotel is doing an excellent business Splendid rooms first class table and reason able charges draw the trade AM Smith and C E Boss have purchnsed the block south of the Presbyterrian church and will at once begin tne erection of two handsome cottages Eobert Clark is raising the rear of his hardware building one story to give room for his im mense stock Bend our contribution to farm departinen by oui special co...

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 April 1887

leiiH m Potato Notes As the time for planting pota toes is at hand and possibly past with some vre will offer a few sug gestions about kinds to plant and how to plant No potato haB been so generally introduced and culti vated as early Eose There are several kinds that are as good or better that the Hose in quality and yield and earlier by ten to fifteen days The best variety of thiB class that wo have tested are Beauty of Hebron Stray Beauty and Clarks No 1 The Stray Beauty is the earliest potato we have ever seen or crown is free fssssA2kSMrtyiTvj In nil cases the more thinly the seeds are strewn the bettor when too thickly sown the seedlings be come elongated and sickly on evil which no subsequent thinning out will entirely remedy If the sou be dry and the weather Bunny it Mill be necessary to water the seeds slightly from a very fine rose watering pot Bain wuter is preferable In the absence of rain this application must be re peated every day or two for it is important to observe...

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 April 1887

- u 1 - ir - in ti BflflEiv I -- imRmMs a - 150 Per Annum TIIX TAXKEE BLADEl THE ADVENTURES -OF A TENDERFOOT BY J R MUSICK Author on The Banker of Bedford Walter Brown field The Hired Girl etc CHAPTER ILL THE RECOVERY THE RUDEANGLE WHISKEV PETE DAD DONT LIKE IE Injthatawful moment Ms mind revertedtotdiispencefulhome bo icx away which he should proba bly never see again In his imag ination he could see his mother and little sisters waiting and hop ing for the return of the son and brother who would never come He could see his own form crush ed and mangled under the hoofs of the flying herd and he could not repress a groan of anguish A strange wild terror seemed to possess his soul Was it conta gion caught from that flying herd A perfect frenzy of fear seemed to seize him and he urged his horse recklessly on whither he knew not but anywhere so as to escape that great mass coming on be hind him and threatening him with certain death Bar ter the right Tenderfoot faar ter the right shout...

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