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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 April 1887

H I a 3 8 S fc fei to tti I 1 1E Is if If I WEEKLY GRAPHIC KlRKSYIIiljK MO T K Sublette ProprietoJJ THE UPS AND DOWNS OF PULQUS POLITICIANS Thero is one peculiarity about the politician bo always moves bo foro he starts that is be moves bis location before be starts in poli tics Tbo politician starts young for it bo puts oft starting till he is old be never amounts to anything and tuniB out like tbo mail servico under a democratic administra tion With grip in hand he leaves the parental roo and starts west He drops into the country town where the natives are attracted by the tip o his bat and neatly pol ished boots and awed by his pom pous air As soon as ho has ar ranged for board and lodging he bun ts up the prominent nnd influ ential men of his party audpro ceeds to ingratiate himself into their good favor The result is that in a very short time he has the reputation of being decidedly clever and a young man of much puBh and promise His next step is to join the strongest benevolen...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 April 1887

7 it dHlMre WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVlIiLE MO E Sublette Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card going south Ko2 Mail 10 SO am No 8 St Louh Express llrlB r ir No 22 Local Freight 1030 am No 26 Through Freight 125Sasi GOING NORTH So 7 St Paul Express S SSa m No 3 Mail Ji20rM Nt 21 Local Freight 20 r m No 9 Through Fricght 10UU So2and3aredailjpassengers trains ran through to St Louis without change Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives 75Gam Freight arrives 1250 r si WEST Mail and Express arrives 730 r m Freight arrives 12 10 r M GRAPHICS Measles are quite plentiful in town Macon City hasanewbankwith a capital stock of 25000 pai d up Matlock it Eauh do graining glazing and sign painting TheL O O P of Kirksville lodge have received their new out fit for corps work We mnst insist on La ving all correspondence in this office by Wednesday morning Coires pondeuts will pleaso take notice Simpson Ely delivered a lecture at Green City Tuesday evening He also went...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 April 1887

ff m n m i i mhwh i i i i i i i i i ii i i i - i H County Court Proceedings April Term 1887 Samuel HaganB et al motion to have costs in road case dimiBsed J M McCall efc al motion to have irregular pieces of land lying within the corporation limits surveyed and platted dismiescd Andrew Vaughn was appointed Overseer of road district li Benton township J M True was appointed road overseer of district 6 Nineveh town ship Macy G Kellers bond to the county sinking fund for 465 was approved also G A AtkinB to same fund for 175 and J R Liuville for S550 Win Quinna bond as constable of Clay tp approved A M Greggs bill of costs S1C50 for holding inquest on dead body of Levi Scott was allowed D J Mikels J B Hackers and Elmira Lantz school fund mortgages were released Eeason Ray made proof on condi tion of a new road and a change of road was granted him and old road was vacated Stephen Ball was ordered to re port the probable costs of the fol lowing bridges Wm Burchet and and Hiram Snyder brid...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 April 1887

jyuL 1 BY J R MUSICK Author Iof The Banker fakiy OF Bedford Walter Brown field The Hired Girl etc CHAPTER IV continued PETES XET0RN YED BETTER GIT OUT- SnijSN oe iois rtP ettern this kind o a life said Walecy They dont never hunt people to kill em there No no there is no danger no blood shed but all is peace and happiness and people kindly help in bearing each others burdens But that aint fur ma I guess Til allers stay here Dad wont leave 6he said with a sigh which dispite hei apparently unmoved demeanor betrayed a deep filial affection for that rude bad man whom she acknowledged to be her father Walecy can you not get my arms for me so I can defend you if need be She shook her head and said I dun know where they are Were they not by me when found Yes but dad put em away Dad dont like you one bit an ef hed a found ye fust ye mightnt a bean here now Then they sat in silence gazing into the fire Again Bull started up growling and once more the girl rose and went out Charley Winslow wa...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 April 1887

if WEEKLY GRAPHIC KmKSVUiLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor FRIDAY APRIL 29 THOUGHTS FOR THE FARMERS The two or three years of de pression just passed have been fraught with experiences that will prove of great advantage to the thinking farmer The soil is the source of all wealth and it is left to tho farmer to determine what business will make the soil yield largest returns North Missouri is a stock country and the chief at tention of the farmer has been di rected to the rearing of cattle and hogs But for two or three years the cattle business has been un satisfactory prices realized for cat tle when matured barely covering except in rare instances the cost of production Till within a few years the cost of rearing either cattle or hogs was but a tr i fles compared with the present The farmer allowed hjs hogs to run on the range which usually furnished them ample food for the greater part of the year and when he con cluded they were old enough for market a few bushels of corn were suffic...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 April 1887

I- WEEKLY GRAPHIC KTJiKSVILLE MO E Sublette Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOIKQ SOUTH Ko2 Mail No 8 St Loofo Express Ko 22 local Freight Ko2G Through Freight 10 80 a ii Ilii5 r si 1030 A M 1253 A k GOIKQ NORTH o 7 St Paul Express 335 am No 3 Mail rup a K 21 Local Freight 240 v St No 97 Through Frieght 10S0a si No2nnd3aredailjpasenger8 trains ran throngh to St Louis without change Quinoy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives GRAPHICS 5Gam 120 rK 730 r si 1210 p M Seed buckwheat for sale at Hal laday Brothers B P Ilginfritz -will make you a first class shoe for three dollars Go to Henry Hannahs barber shop on the south side of the square to get shaved At B F IJgenfritzs shoe shop west side of the square you can get a sewed boot for seven dollars Cyclones did considerable dama ge in Kansas Arkansas Missou ri Kentucky and Mississippi Thursday and Friday of last week The returns for county ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 April 1887

I it GLEANINGS A cood earden well Buoplied with choice varieties of vegatabies and fruits is one of tho greatest luxuries of the farm and house hold There is no farmer but can afford to havo just such a garden no former can afford to be without one A good garden and a good cow -will go a long ways towards upplying the table with good wholesome food for the family The wise poultry man sends his yellow legged fowls to market as ueh are preferred but the dark logged ones he uses on his own table in which rtspoct he secures an advantage as the best table fowls do not have yellow legs England paid Continental fruit growers 8000000 last year 7 oOOOOO the previous year It is evident there is no over production of fruit in England Thirty two thousand five hun dred and seventy sis barrels of apples were among the exports from Portland Me during arecent week Cows that have no bedding are of ten injured in the knee by getting up or down especially if the floor be wet or slippery It is very imp...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 May 1887

ri HF MILIiAN -- aar irr - X WV Jff JOHNSTOI MTLLAN JOHNSON W Attorneys at Lav Office OverHopesGrocery Store Sonthfit P r GREENWOOD W OLDHAM GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW Knnamii - Missoubi OFFICE Opostte Tost Office over Dr Goben and Morrows office j R MUSICK Attorney at Law AND NOTARY PUBLIC OFFICE S outheast Corner Pnblic Square over Brewington Fowlers All business entratedre tolme will rceiTO careful attention DR PEARCE DENTIST South Side Square Employs all the means used by any Dentist to sccare painless dental operations AJ FIGHT AUCTIONEER Gentlemen of Adair and adjoining counties let me call your attention to this fact AVith the experience of several years iu selling stock I feel assured in saying I can give gen eral satisfaction to all those who may see fit to give me a call Charges reasonable Ad dress me nt Kirksvillc jr ssirnr H K PATTERSON A M SMITH CO Re al Estate Tax-Paying- and Insur ance Agents Notary Public Etc Bur and sell on commission make collec tions examine...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 May 1887

In 1 HI 8 i rii j H LSLif f WEEKLY GRAPHIC EOKBTILLE MO T E Sublette 5 - Proprietor FRIDAY MAY 6 The wheat and corn market hTO mado quite an advance this VMk The indications are that IKwouri irill be blest with an enormous crop of fruit The people are industrious ly investigating the school house proposition This is right as nothing but a thorough investiga tion will enable them to vote in telligently The Bureau of Agriculture estimates that the losses of hogs from all causes during the year will aggregate 86000000 or 134 per cent inal the states and terri tories There is a renewal of talk about an extra session and the be lief is expressed that the Presi dent will call a Bpecial session in October to consider the tariff on ly and will present a bill framed by the treasury department as a basis for action Th9 Galveston News de clares that unless rain come6 within six or eight days the corn crop of Texas will be very much of a failure while the cotton pros pects are very bad by reaso...

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 May 1887

I s I JfsV WEEKLY GRAPHIC KmKsvnii mo E Sublette Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH No 2 Mail 10 30 A No 8 St Lottie Express 1155 r is No 22 Local Freight 1030 a m NoG Through Freight 1258 x n GOING NORTH No 7 St Paul Express 335 am No 3 Mail fiiOrM N 21 local Freight 240 r v Na97 Through Frieght 10304 m No2 and 3 aro daily passengers trains rnn through to St Louis without change Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives GRAPHICS 120 p M 730 p St 1240 p M May Orchards are fragant Peach trees are in bloom Thermometer went up to 91 in the shade last Sunday The G A E Band will meet for practice hereafter in the G A B halL Eld A Russell will preach at Sublette next Sunday morning at 11 oclock When the students begin to gather in front of the post office you may know that it is just one hour anda half till train time Gov John P St John will lec ture at Brookfield Saturday and Sund...

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 May 1887

I i m R- I R Witt TPM 1 sill i ml GLEANINGS Seed is capital The best seed in the best soil with the best ma nure containing all and the best elements ot plant life and growth is the best investment thatcan be mndft with a view of obtaining the liAk nrnn from the land and it matters not what that crop is to be It takes a year or two for rasp berry plants to reach their best bearing conditions and it is best to start new plants every third year The average lite ot tuo rasp berry plantations is about six vnnrKrbvsettine new plants once in three years the advantage is pained of having two sets of plants one coming into full bearing as the other is going out Plants may be set either in the spring or fall A correspondent of the Eural New Yorkei Bays that from his use of hen manure lie finds that a ton and a half gives as good re sults as ten tons of common farm manure for potatoes Tor cabbage corn and mellons it is worth more and one ton is equal to twelve tons of barn manure He thinks 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. — 13 May 1887

ifc I 4 r iw w - wzm f X m b - SLSinTH gf Sffo SIPIWBMRWWPW 3 i3fcs 6r H K PATTERSON A M SMITH CO Real Estate Tax Paying and Insur ance Agents Notary Public Etc Bur and sell on commission make collec tions examine titles furnish abstracts write deeds ol conveyance Have for sale large tracts of the most desirable grazihg lands at lowest figures either In Adair or adjoining counties well watered and can give time on payments to suit purchaser with low rate of interest Lands especially adapted to sheep raising being elevated and rolling T C HARRIS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE CONVEYANCER real estate tax paying agent Eirksville Mo Buys and sellB lands town property etc on commission Some very desirable farms and city property unimproved and improved for ale at great bargains Taxes paid rents col lected abstracts furnished and accounts col lected promptly Correspondence solicited All business looked after with care and promptness Office South east corner square over Brewington Fowlers Store room...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 May 1887

m m ii I 1 lit l i n rid t i ivi a r MSl tiii G E1KTI J Ml Mi t 1 u in i li ft WEEKLY GRAPHIC 8 KEIKSYTCLE MO T KSublette Jk Proprietor FRIDAY MAY 13 NEXT TUESDAYS ELECTION Next Tuesday tho proposition to raise a loan of twenty five tfiousand dollars to build new school houses for tho town will be voted upon The last proposition of its be was voted down because ing so indefinite Had the people known at the tine where the houses were to bo built and how much would be allowed for each building the proposition would have been carried -without doubt The last meeting made the proposition plainer but they tacked on an additional five thousand dollars for doing what should have been done at first Tho old building nnd grounds are worth at least three thousand dollarsnnd if some thing near that amount can not be realized the old building should be allowed to stand This would give twenty eight thousand dollars a sum greatly in excess of the amount needed to furnish ample and convenient accomm...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 May 1887

ii 3 li WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE Sublette MO Proprietor KIRKSV1LLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH Ko 2 Mail 10 30 a n No 8 St Looi Express lliTwrsr So 22 Local Freight 11X30 x a No 26 Throngh Freight 1258 a si GOING NORTH o J St Pmtf Express 3A i u No 3 Mail AAirit K 21 local Freight 240 r it yo97 Throngh Frieght 1030a si No 2 and 3 are daily passengers trains run through to St Lonis without change Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives 7JCaii Freight armes 12ui0r it WEST Mail and Express arrives 700 r is Freight arrives 1240 p M GRAPHICS Eld A Eoszelle -went to Atlan ta yesterday morning to assist ia a protracted meeting Dockery t Ivio completed an abstract embracing three hundred v transfers this week Boonville secured the Eeform school for boys and Chillicothe the Industrial Home for girls Eight hundred dollars have been subscribed to bore for coal and gas in Kirksville The Indies of the Presbyterian church will give a strawberry i es lival at Mas...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 May 1887

1 i I I n ti ft l m tm i IM GLEANINGS From hay to grnss is a critical period with old or young cattle and especially with the young stock which are most subject to tho prevalent diseases oE tho spring To avoid any ill effects from tho sudden change of food cows and cilves should bo turned out for a short time and the time should be gradually extended until full past urage will be safe An excellent safe guard against the common black leg of young cattle at this season is to give salt freely and every morning to give each calf one tablespoonful of a mixture of sulphur and cream-of-tartar in equal parts with molasses Use tho card freely to remove tho loose hair and scurfy matter which gathers on the skin and impedes its excretory acHon Cattle that are soiled will get green rye the first It is safest to cut this along with the hay and feed equal parts for a few days The Agriculturist thus advises a correspondent in regard to the distruction of ants You may des troy tho ants in your gard...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 May 1887

j - 1 Of Adair County Missouri for the Year Ending April 30th 1887 State of Missouri Conxrr of Adair C BS oTay regular term 1887 In the conntv court o said county on the 6th day of May 1887 the fol lowing among other proceedings were had to wit Ordered by tho court that S S UrTjfmohlin clerk of the countv court proceed forthwith to make out the Financial Statement of Adair county Missouri for the year ending April 30 18S7 as re quired by sections 5389-90-1 Re vised Statutes of Missouri 1879 and that he cause said statement to bo published in each of tho lit Aa nift nnTKMfl TnT f lul evn rf fentv dollars each and in com- with said order the fol lowing statement has been pre pared by the clerk to wit CONTINGENT F0ND Jno Patterson Maple grove SSOO R Lorenz rent probate office 3G00 S 13urchett pre on wolf scalp 150 JB Custer 150 0 N Hare 150 TL Porter coal 10014 1 H Smith wood 250 B P Heiny it co sta etc 12L55 V J Ashlock costs 84235 Sholly fe Potter printing 150 M P Sharp pre 2 wolf sc...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 May 1887

1 if H h fet sa 3 f i f f ft II m -1 Mil Bnk fS I m i fui 1 I Wi 45 f ua Ws8f9lSvZ WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIBKHVIIiliE MO T E Sublette Proprietor FRIDAY MAY 20 Ono o tbo most hopeful signs of Missouri is tbo demands of tbo democrats that State Audi tor Walker be impeached It is rumored that a party from Omaha is thinking of organ izing a Second National Bank in Kirksrille with a capital stock of ono hundred and twentjvfivo thousand dollars It is not believed that the special session of the Legislature will be productive of auy benefi cial legislation However a bill to appropriprate 6000 to defray expenses of the -session has been introduced in the house and oho for 45ooo in the senate Edward Morris of the Fair- banks canning company of Chica go has concluded a contract for 1500000 kilos of canned meat for the French army and 3000000 kilos for the navy This is said to be the largest contract ever made with an American firm by a foreign government -A sumnarv of the bank clearances of thirty s...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 May 1887

1 Ib1 WEEKLY GRAPHIC KERKSYILLE MO E Sublette Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH No 2 Mail 10 SO x v No 8 St Louii Express 11V r m No 12 Local Freight 1030 A M No 20 Thronjrh Freight I2CSa m OOING NORTH Na 7 St rani Express 335 a m No 3 Mail Jra N 21 Local Ereicht 240 v sr No 97 Through Fncsht 10Ja m No 2and Sare daily passeugen trains ron through to St Louis without change Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives 7GGam 12 JQ P XL 730 r ii 1240 p M Every day the inquiry for Adair county lands increases B G Price desires to return grateful thanks to those who com forted and assisted him in his late bereavement The fishing party that -went out from town to the Chariton last week report great success They say the fish took the bait like hungry tramps Douglass Son have just com pleted a fine well at the southeast corner of thier lumber shed An excentricity of the architect caus ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 May 1887

I P M fet M HttM Weather Almanac Oar Almanac of wontlier pre dictions to the first of October 1887 is ready for salo It gives all the important changes and crit ical periods during the coming crop season It contains our de detniled predictions for the differ ent localities including New Eng land the iciddlo Atlantic states the Southern states and the Paci fic coast ns well as the Western states for each month from now till October 18S7 This Almanac will bo worth at least one hundred dollars to every farmer who culi vates 1G0 acresof land Wo have received letters from a lnrge num ber who have purchased the Al manac and each one is highly pleased with it Mnny farmors write us that they followed our ad vice las spring and raised good crops while their neighbors failed The price is fifty cents per copy or three copies for one dollar Our almanac of weather predic tions for the next 12 months that is from the 1st of Mav 1S87 to the 1st of May 1SS8 will be published and ready for sale by t...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 27 May 1887

lT it r HL r Mi 150 Per Annum J W Martin PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Willi Dr Burton West Side Square K1RKSVILLE CARDS II Fl MILLAX J Vt JOHXSTO MILLAN JOHNSON Attorneys at Lav Office Over Hopes Grocery Stoie Sontfcfic1 p r aznsrKooD GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW KiEifflYniE - Alissotm OFFICE Ocoslte Post Office orcrDr Goben fep W D OLDELLJI amefrimSVT5v J R MUSICK Attorney at Law VXD NOTARY PUBLIC OFFICE Southeast Corner Public Square over Brewington Fowlers All business entrutedre tolrae willxccive careful attention Dr PEARCE DENTIST South Side Square Employs all the means used by any Dentist to secure painless dental operations AJ FIGHT AUCTIONEER Gentlemen of Adairandndjoningeonnties let me call your attention to this fact With the experience of several ears iu selling stock I feel assured in saj ing I can give gen eral satisfaction to all thoe who may see fit to give me a call Charges reasonable Ad dress me at Kirksvillc M SMITH II K PATTERSON- A M SMITH CO Real Estate Tax-...

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