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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 24 December 1880

1 4i KM n 1 I l li wanes A Co Opcratlvo Home Ihe following is a brief description ot the industrial palace at Guise France It was established on tho co operative principle to enable the me chanics andemploycsin the factories at that placo to enjoy the benefits and comforts of home life and at the same time secure them at a low cost All members of the home share in the pro fits of the stores connected with it or in other words get their goods at first cost Mrs JJrtstol who visited toe in stitution thus writes to the I veiling Tost The Social Palace at Guise is an im mense brick edifice in the form of three parallelograms each of which encloses an interior court paved with cement and covered with a glass roof The court of the central part of the edifice is about a hundred and fifty feetin length and sixty in width Around the entire circumference of these courts are three tiers of galleries upon which open the doors that give entrance to the family apartments and also the windows of 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. — 31 December 1880

WEEKLYIGRAPHIC J SWETXAJf Publisher fkc Weekly Graphic jmjJtSrr M Pub A Prupr KIRKSVULE MISSOURI WMGILL Editor FRIDAY DEC 31st 1SS0 sajxrosx Xj aq pTEs Co cress is taking a two necks ret after its arduous labors m The Adair county immigration so cetvwhere is it KiRkSviiiE welcomed the Teachers Association with a big bon fire The democrats are not vet done quarreling over the result The supreme court of this state has failed that telegrams are not secret or exempt from examination when required by legal tribunal The Atlantic seaboard was visited oa Saturday night and Sunday with the severest gale known since 1S77 Fears are entertained for the safety of shipping at sea - Hexkv Clay Dean has a three col umn article on Missouri emigration in the Globe Democrat of the 27th It abounds in v aulable statistics and sug gestions I answer to many enquiries is to nhat the democracy will do next ire must reply that ev en an editor can not be supposed to know the un knowable The Irish troubles st...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 December 1880

m - v Mil im in 1 MJ P 0 K The Weekly Graphic DftJ M8WETXAM Pub ft Propr KIRKSVIILE MISSOURI WMGILL Editor FRIDAY DEC 31st 1880 The Sprague scandal threatens to eclipse even the celebrated Bccchcr trial A reportis current that the Union and Central Pacific railroads are to be consolidated Le Due commissioner of agricul ture is starting an experimental tea farm near Charleston South Carolina The subscriptions to the Philadel phia fund of 100000 for General Grant are all in and the money is waiting his orders Thaddeus Baber and James Banks both murderers of women were sen tenced on Monday by Judge Laugh line of St Iouis to be hung on the nth day of February Hon Thos Jasper of Quincy III died on Monday 27 th of paralysis aijed 68 years Mr Jasper was well known to the business men of this place by his early connection with the Q M P Ry He leaves four grown children Mr Jasper came to Quincy in itf and held man offices of trust He was sheriff of the county ex mayor and a member of the Ill...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 December 1880

jhc Weekly rtthic lr J M Swetsam - Proprietor lYrAnmim In advance t M Eilitiir Ailve it T5 VC c Mr and Mrs Williams of the Par cels House were the recipients of two very handsome presents at the hands of their boarders on Christmas day Mr Williams being presented with a beautiful edition of the Uible bound in morocco and Mrs Williams being pre sented with a handsome hanging lamp with porcelain shade The one to give light by which to read the other Accidental Shooting fin Ins FriHiv n nartv of vounir men Grand Gloomy And peculiar I tin- prc cnt style of weather Tlic Graphic wi hes ou a happy ew lir jinlriifiiMiTBiMliiniituM circuit I 0ic country pi tucs have I en tiruM1ii iic fctray not- i ere 9 the committee Mntarly puts on city airs sports three flnllTno 1C I- Ml t 1 i iuii un uiii mrKsviiif uuys anu fjnlUlilc AJvcrtKlns Rate batd on actual iirrtlilm Thf arrrUT xret iut hIM re groin than hc does U -- n - The epizootic is subsiding gradually - - - On tltrre x r twelve month Yon Otra...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 December 1880

fe a lFtMB SMMejri IVIit tspcetsl to Ike Gumcl SHtwT Pour Mo Dec 23 1880 ilr Henry Shlblcy is here from his home Van Bare Arkaamfc oa a visit and his many friends are gd to see biui He will Icate here for Ralls countv this wek Adam Shoop our new postmaster it strictly a Garfield man Humor nays that he is afraid Petroleum V Nasty might be appointed in his xtead rS J Sallade has arrived from Hon tanaTer Parties that know say that a certain lady was the cause of kit coming back Jacob If Shiblcy is teaching in thf Fcffley school district th winter Miss Hellcn Floyd is teaching her third term at this place She is aa ex cellent teacher and is ginaff entintttis faction to the district This is the tint teacher that has taught three successive terms in this district Business is livelv at this place Two stores one blacksmith shop onecarpen ter shop one grist and saw mill and two other saw mills not a mile from here The Shibleys Point literary society is in full blast again Meets every Saturda...

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 January 1881

Thekk has been a the past ten days solid north for St Louis is now called the tiers paradise The old state officers will vacate and give room for the newly elected ones on the 10th inst Ir is said many divorces in this state are illegal and the legislature is to be ailed ujwn to fix things up Sittim llvu is making slow mo tions in the direction of a surrender to the- U S authorities to be the last man in He proposes The workmen in the Harrison wire orks in St Louis have struck against a reduction cf twenty five per cent in their wages A Louisiana planter reports that he klievcs that the exodus of the colored jiopulation of that state will be greater the coming season than e er before The most recent and best verified account of the loss of life during the re bellion on both sides foots up Union loss 37184 Rebel nearly 200000 The Swiss government has taken steps to pre ent the further shipment of paupers and criminals to this coun try b the local authorities of that re public The St ...

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 January 1881

I 1 ft 1 MHmnB The Weekly Graphic DkJM8wKTXAM Puli V lropr KIRK8T11IF MISSOURI WMtilLI Keillor FRIDAY DEC 7th iSSi Senator David Dais is said to have voted regularly with the republi cans during the present session of congress It is to be hoped that he will be given all the encouragement possible in his effort to get the demo cratic taste out ol his mouth Tribune Jhfunsox City is crowded with of ficial aspirants The Tennessee legislature conven ed on the third and organized by the election of W B Ramsey republican speaker The republicans control the organ ization in both houses in California The New York Truth acknowledges that the Mocry letter is a forgery Western Texas was visited by a vi olent snow storm this week Several counties in Kansas arc said to be unable to secure teachers A strange state of affairs truly The colored people of St Louis will on the nth inst celebrate the anni versary of the emancipation in Missou ri Hon John B Henderson and Col Pat Dyer will deliver the ad...

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 January 1881

flic Weekly Graphic jrj JL SjrtjTNAM vv Proprietor IV Annum In nJianee iM ijnrxTI lso Ktf mi actual tln t time f omtract For torn ctl rs ttr jppl t W M Una IE6UUR C0MMERCULADYERSTISIN6 ONE rr lino or 10 f ntt por inrh rli In rrrtloii Isil rule- for li than tlin e mouth Newspaper Decision Anv jht oii mh uko a jiapor regiilar rfiwratlii jxt office wlntlier directed to V satno r or lictlier lit Iia uli Inbrdornot rvpoiillile fur tin- pay- lfaper on trder lit p ior u all arrearage- or tlic continue t rind it until pajiiunt bhJoiw imt tlic rthf 1 r t1aloi from the iitllii or nut S Tlieiurt have doildol tliat refit lug Ktiki m miT and fnimtlie i Hire r removing and leavinirtlieiii oliedfor I prima fade eiidenec if inten uonl fraud 1 wiits Far Sale To Let Etc 5c per Use Hll invrtim I cCasteci rrOTKrSS having Farm or town prop frtt to rll rent tir trade 14 tall at tliclraplui Ral Vdiirti ingAgeni Partiu de tain litlpofanj kind or dei iring nnplmiiH lit make thcirln uiN kno n tlinuilitlili 4...

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 January 1881

ih fltfi Ui 1 tf t fayitgawj Singular Accident to a Child In llaitRor Maine the other after born a bright little fellow named Harry Donnelly between mx nnd seven years of age while at play met with a terri ble and probably fatal accident liar rv was sliding backward on a sled in the rear of the house holding in his hand a pointed instrument aliout two feet lonp and called in foundries a vent wins In attempting to make his sled go a little faster the boy in some way dropped the wire in such a manner that the point pierced the low er part of his back on the right side and came out on the right side of the aodomen the wire paaine entirely through and impalling the body The wire which was quite rusty was ex tracted by the plucky boy himself The two openings of the wound were found to be eleven inches anart A nhv ician was called but wc understand that he iravo it as his opinion that the wire had pasted through the liver and that his ervices could avail but little It was reported last ni...

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 1881

s WEEKLY GRAPHIC J SWETXAJff Publisher EDITORIAL NOTES The intense cold has extended into Mexico are burning corn for fuel i northern Iown heavv snow fell at Shrcveort Louisiana on Tuesday The thermometer siooa at irom fiAt to thirteen below zero Monday oorning CocKRtLL had a regular walk over Missouri democracy for senator The cy still cling to the bloody shirt J nxwrv 6th thirty years ago the st telegraph line between Washing ton and Baltimore was completed juGouldsroads now in operationor rW contract would reach nearly iolf y round the globe The steamer Arizonia left Liverpool Saturday with nearly 500000 in gold jor this country The greenback members in con fess have met in caucus and deter- nmed to present their organization - Sr Louis has suffered another de Kwcthe conflagration Sunday night Eroadtray foundry along with a fj ler of other buildings was entirely 3 consumed It is quite positively stated 3 km Garfield has fully decided to ten der Senator Blaine the position of Secr...

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 1881

u m J The Weekly Graphic DbJ MSwrTVAV Pub Iropr KIKKSVIIXK MISSOUM WMtH1 Editor FRIDAY JAN 14 1SS1 THE LITERATURE OF VICE Do parents know what sort of liter ature their boys and sometimes girls arc reading Time was when lie who made the songs of a nation might say he cared not who made its laws to day he who might be able to shape the tone and character of a nations literature could well say the same Much of the popular juvenile literature is positively unfit to be put into the hands of our youth The country has been flooded with this stuffyn which criminals are pictured as heroes and border ruffians held np as ideals of chivalric manhood ard the consequence is that such monsters as the murderer Randc becomes one of the products of what is slyled our christian civilization There is another class of illustrated literature which is flaunted in the face of all comers from every news stand in the land almost without cxccptionbought and read principally by boys and youths and sometimes e...

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 1881

Iac Weekly Graphic j ySvrmAX Proprietor SSSCZOT in advance lrt 11 IUti Ikiou on arzuai cirtuwt hi mnil tiitii tii lPly to W MCni Managtns 5 MCOMMERCUL ADVERSTISme QUE - Ihw r I rriitHMTliiWu jcliln MW 015 ka -air ier40 rr I- v blnii 1Tllr ni uvui oj uui L isd tr - t 11 cc Ailjac cut to fdl than lie- am 3 railrosdi Apply at t 6fC W - iailStTV team and hann I - f T T- 40 O ruiinv in fNii -1 inilun mil t 1 r I - in t SOB SALE Fine residence G at ctstrn well out houses Shade ssnall fruits price ti00 Apply to hBLerianu FOR SALE llljny desirable vacant town lots literals aUo residence property tsiareoi A Slisgeulaxp 10K SALE Fine stock farm of 1G0 131 in cultivation with 40 acre- of -e half niilc di tant iihh liou c 5 lir i fcor c ti ok1 well- and alwmtTUO itrtr u ill cll at a oanrain ttrtrade for 6a3trfarm GoiKl tock raiizc adjacent goSicr fur fun Iiit noonnation silc If aero miit tarm in od limi i and ham well and fine or- i 5W jpj U1 tries and ahundanee f nnd ruill fruit till le -old c...

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 1881

ri ij i Mil m i I St W BACKWOODS JOLLITY Christmas Eve in a Cabin in one of the Back Counties of Missouri It usotl to l the sayinR in the army When a soldier is ridinur a hos and the Iios plays the soldier is played When my mule played out after an all davs ride through a Missouri snow storm I dronned off into snow a foot deep and more cotnrur and 1 felt dis couraged It was in a back county if there are any back counties in that state and the s ettlers had located their cabins just six mile ajurt to a rod When I set out to walk anil pull the mule to boot he looked up at the sky around at the wood and keeled over in deair I wan trudging alonjr in the snow over my loot tops tliinkiuir how much eas ier it was to drown than to frwze to death when the sound of a fiddle reach ed me between the snow flakes and I discovered that I had reached a hix mile cabin Come in old hos sang out a voice as I fell airaitut the door When I opned it 1 was in a room about sixteen feet square the only one 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. — 21 January 1881

WEEKLY GRAPHIC j H SWETXAM PHbliHher EDITORIAL NOTES i Larcf delegations of colored men yted Mentor last week fjkssv Davenport is the leading St jaa attraction this week The oranize crop ot Honda has VjB badly damaged by the frost Mai Swain private secretary of Ctn Garfield returned from Kansas Cv yesterday The Greenbackers polled 3000 rttes ia Texas and the Republicans 400c A Chicago druggist last week put up tv mistake some mcqihine for ammo tilted quinine and the result was the death of two children in one family Mr Hooker of Mississippi feels itrvmuch aggrieved at the newspaper sports of his recent hilarious condi tion SESSixcHAfiE is making active ttnwraiions 10 c oniesi r rosi s seat in the next conjress act for the Third The annual session of the Missouri Eclectic Medical society met in St Josteek Dr G D Coe of this place read a paper on water as a remedial scent John Reinheimer of Point au Pelee Island Lake Erie called at the resi dence of Henderson the United States iad Can...

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 1881

m Mi t r The Weekly Graphic DJMSwetmv lub Vropr KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI V MGIL1 Editor FRIDAY JAN at 18S1 Democratic Sagacity And now the report has been started and the matter is being taken up and discussed by the democratic uress as if true that President Garfield is already laying plans for the nomination for the presidency in ISSk It is wonderful indeed what an enterprising set of fel lows these democratic journalists and correspondents are Before the election they discovered that there had been a bargain entered into between what they were pleased to call the Grant faction and Gen Garfield by whieh the said faction was to have the making of the cabinet and to control all the emnl anuointments But later they have discovered that Garfield is not go ing to pay any attention to the sugges tions of the Grant men but intends to make J G Biaine secretary of state and let John Sherman dictate to him who shall be secretary of the treasury That he is going to so act as to incur the eternal ...

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 1881

Xfce Weekly Graphic prJM Swktvav Proprietor srBSCRTPTIOiT Hrlsnuraln dvuce 150 IDTIKTIIN Rti bcd on actual circula Hon tt time of contract For terms csti itf tt apply to W M Gill Managing Editor jftlURCOmERCULADVERSTISINB ME crntptr line or m crnu per men earn in ttrlion Special rate for lcs than three Banth Newspaper Decisions j Anv perron who taken a paper regular T jroic tV fHt office whether directed to ill name or anothers or whether lie has sub Jtrihedornot Is responsible for the pay atst If a person onlers hi paper dicontin sri be mut pay H arrcarascs or the pub litter may continue to send it until payment jj mdeand collect the whole amount wheth rtthe r3Pcr tLen from the office or not j The courts bare decided that refusing to tale nc f puwrs and periodicals from the t office or removing and leaving them un called for is prima facie evidence of Inten tional fraud Wilts For Sale To Let Etc 5c per Line each insertion eraa teg TOTD A TlTi Persons having Farms or town prop ertv ...

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 1881

I itl H ft - a lE i ii BB L flf lit Ik I tin jJv i l ifl ti i L Mlg 5iir -sit I f fea lit t ym p 4 Ifffi U i n i l R f Hi 1 ii if u I I - i I I l ui m n I Hi b 1 a I BSaaaaBBBBBBl A BAD START What a Democratic Paper Says About the Insurance Com missioner Mr IVUs W it Hi- Knows About tlie North Missouri Insur ance Coiiinuiy Viitlipatcii Don How do von hkis the now Insurance Commissioner Mr lnlin T Wilhaui ivliln rot ijKjch reporter of Mr William 15 Walker the assignee in Uinkniptcyol the North Missouri In Mirmce company I dont like him at all I think a worst appointment could hardly have leeii made by the governor lit ii al together unlit for the place Wivr On account of his connection with the old North Missouri lnsinjuice imiv lear tell me just what the cloud is under which Mr N is sud to l lllwirinir To the matter plainly and In wa concerned and interest 1 in the fi iudnlcnt exiiihilion of as sets inle in 1ST You the North IiiaUiiuieeCompaiiy had its rta Macon in this Mr John Y Wi...

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 1881

There as three Sex Orleans on the snee 1S52 WEEKLY J n SWKTXAM Publisher xpitobial NOTES President Hayes has a farm in loh An appropriation of 200000 is tjled ot to improve the state capitol The Post Disoatch intimates that cbt philosopher is brutal and not Gen Hancock has been elected S president I of the national nne i cation The license men have an organ bat the trouble is the organ is no ac count inches of snow a 14th the heaviest The recent telegraph consolidation has given a boom to the postal tele graph movement Xew York has had a telegraph -famine Famine is a good word It is the opposite of boom Over one hundred Ohio editors riided Washington on Saturday The Ohio man is abroad in the land Sitting Hull still maintains his re cumbent position In other words he does not rise up and come in The telegraph lines were injured to the amount of over one hundred thous and dollars by the weather last week Sunatok Ben Harrison of Indiana -has been visiting Garfield at Mentor He mentor g...

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 1881

few M I fi I fv V Pill The Weekly Graphic DJMaaTXA Pub c lropr KIRK8VIUF MISSOUKI W 1101 IX Editor FRIDAY JAN 28 i8St THE IRISH TKOUBLKS The latest advices from Europe in dicate that the Irish troubles arc ery fnr from beinc settled The moving of the Government Coercion Bill on the 54th inst indicates what the Irish people may ex pect The bill although called a bill for the protection ot life and proper ty gives the Lord Lieutenant power to issue a warrant for the arrest of any one suspected of treasonable de signs or of being connected with agra rian outrages This places the liberty of every man in Ireland in the hands of the Lord Lieutenant a state ol af fairs far worse than those they have borne for so long a time To take a mans labor without compensation is bad to reduce him to a condition next to that of starvation with no pow cr to help himself or provide the actu al necessities of life for his family is still worse but to add to these the fi nal outrage of robbing him of his ...

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 1881

The Weekly Graphic WHts For Sale To Lit Etc 5c per Uni cacu mvrtioiu T7yatod TOTRA PS Persons having tarm or town prop erfr to rll rent or trade to nil at the Graphic Rrtl Ettr Adrcrtinlnc Asrencj Parte dc alrlrir help of ny kind or perwiiM desiring employment ohouldmake tlirirhranUknoun thrnufh this Ascnry For particulars apply at tlil oOre TOR SALE OR TRVDE1C0 acrca povem aarnt aurrcj In Arborrillc Polk county Nc braVa SO acre under cultivation younjj lidjrrand trrcacooj well Jtc Adjacent to aehooK rliurchc und 3 rullrouK Apply at IhK FOR SALE Fine stock farm of 160 acre li 1 cultivation with acre of tim ber one half mile dWtant Good houe ta Me for 4 hore Uro irood welln and about TW fruit trrc Will cll at a bargain ortradc for aMualler farm Rood ttk ransc adjacent Tbio ninrc lor lunnvr imonnauon FOE SaZjS Tic timber lt class 100 acres to sell Apply to A SLINGERLAND Thirty desirablu vacant town lots caT terms also residence property Enquire of A Slisgeklajtd LOST LOST On Tuesday t...

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