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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 1 July 1887

P i I 55 -1 f m l WEEKLY GRAPHIC KUlKSVIUiK MO T E Sublette Proprietor FRIDAY JULY 1 There is great inquiry from nil points for Missouri land The Delaware peach crop will bo little more thnt n fifthof a full yield The legislature is doing a lively business The Senate ad- jurns as often as three times a day Kirksville needs no bettor recommendation than the ijnet that her bonds are eagerly bought at prices above par A A Talmage General Manager of the Wabash Western died on his special oar Tuesday evening at Peru Indiaua There should be an ordi nance compelling every property owner to remove the rubbish from and keep down the weeds in front of his property The next game the Presi dent plnys for the Solid South ho will have the confederate flag joker discarded before the cards are dealt The only bills that get through the legislature without any trouble are appropriation bills to defray the expenses of the extra session The G0000 appropriated to defray the expenses of the extra session...

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 July 1887

I WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSnttE MO T E Sublette Mail and Express arrives Freight arriTes Proprietor FRIDAY JULY 1st KIRKSVILLE R K TIME TABLE Ko2 No 8 So 22 Ko26 Wabash Time Card OOIKQ SOUTH Mail 1 St Loui Express llsK r m Local Freight 1150 a i Through Freight I25i a k OOISQ SOUTH So St Paul Eipres 337 a k Vo3 Mail 4 27r M Vs 21 Local Freicht 204 r k So 37 Through Frieslit 1115a m So 3 nd arc Quincy Missouri Pacific EAST WEST Mail and Express arrives 7iT0 r k Freight arrives 1240 r M GRAPHICS R R 7rGAsi 12MrM Now let us have a flouring mill Let us have n mill if we have to give up the gas -well Threshing wheat in June is rather early but it is a fact The more you check a spend thrift the faster ho coes Watermelons tomatoes cabbage and English sausage at Nichols Call and get your Sunday lay out The cmarterlr meetinc of the ME Church was held at New Baden on last Monday Some Parties have already threshed their whea and the yield is from 23 to o0 bushels per acre The celebration -will be h...

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 July 1887

GLEANINGS gr FARM DAIRY AND HOUSEHOLD Turkey TnH A farmers daughter contributes to the Country gcutleman a chap ter of her experience in raising turkeys which cannot fail to he useful to all who ore miudeil to engage in tho same branch of busi ness Sho says The hens should bo made as gentle as possible and taught not to bo afraid of the one who cares for them in ordor to overcome as much as possible tho promptings of their wild nature to hide their nest and their little ones in deep weedy coverts until the heavy dews and spring rains permit tho survival of only a very few of tho fittest Mine will take food from my hand and early in the spring I accustom them to spending a lew hours each day in their house which is ouely a rail pen with a roof containing a few largtj nests made of leaves I usually set the first two hens which show an inclination to do so on about fifteen eggs apiece and somo chicken hens on the remain ing eggs shutting the other turkey hens out so they soon begin lay...

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 July 1887

KlRKSVILLrtARDs H F MIMAS J JOIUf STOI MLLLAN JOHNSON Attorneys at Lay Ogee Over Hopes Grocer Store Southfic J W Martin PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 150 fer Annum Office Witl Dr Burton ATest Sido Square r r osesnwood w d oldham GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW Kiustuxe Missouri OFFICE Opoelte Post Office over Dr Goben sad Morrows office J R MUSICK Attorney at Law axd NOTARY PUBLIC OFTICE Sonthcsst Corner Public Square over Brewington Fowlers All business tstrcteJre to mc will rcelve careful attention DR PEARCE DENTIST South Side Square Employs all the means used bv any Dentist to teenre painless dental operations SMITH fc PATTERSON Real Estate Tax-Paying- and Insur ance Agents Notary Public Etc Bct and sell on commission make collec tions examine titles furnish abstracts write deeds of conveyance Have for sale large t scts of the most desirable grazing lands at lowest figures either In Adair or adjoining ccantlei well watered and can give tinw on tivments to snit purchaser with low Tate of...

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 July 1887

m m m terrtT1 m m m WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE Ma T H Sublette Proprietor FRIDAY JULY 8 With the Union Labor par ty the piohibitioniBte and the Republicans there will be little room left for the Democratic party in Ohio Our only regret in connec tion -with Mondays celebration is that all the large crowd present during the day could not stay to see the firo works at night The Ohio prohibitionists hare n6minated a full state ticket The platform declares against the Dow liquor law denounces an archy and fails to indorse woman suffrage Prof Spencer of Marshal who was elected to a position in the Normal at this place at the re cent meeting of the Board of Re gents has refused to accept A torrid wave swept over eastern cities Saturday the aver age tor the day being 82 degrees There were 256 deaths reported from sun stroke which is the highest recorded in a single day since 1S7G Missouri leads all other states this season in the average and condition of her wheat crop Kirksville the leading...

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 July 1887

So 2 Vo2 NaT o3 V 21 Xo97 Xo JQf TyBirvT WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVIUiE MO 1 E Sublette Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING 80UTII Mail 1 m St Ixrai Express 111m p m Local Froicht 1150 x it Throosh Freight 1255 x it GOING NORTH SUTanl Express 3S7 a m Mail -7 p m Local Freicht KH p m Through Frieght 1115a it 3 7 snl S arc dally Quinoy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Hail and Express nrrives 7Tam freight arnros 12J50 p it WEST Hsil and Express arrives 730 r si freight arrives 1240 p M FRIDAY JULY Sth GRAPHICS Warm Growing weather Every part of the county has had an abundance of rain The self binders are making short work of the excellent oat crop A great many of our people spent the Fourth at Brashear Joseph Douglass has placed a new side walk around his lumber shed B W Eoss sold lots 1 and 2 in Railroad addition July 1th to Frank Soles Hix give the next storm period from the 10th to the 16th of July then fair till the 20th with storms 23d 24th and 25th Focht Bros South s...

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 July 1887

M I FARM DAIRY AND HOUSEHOLD GLEANINGS m - Tho LancastorfPeun Examin er of nrecent date gives details of ncreat oat swindle wlierebv two thousand farmers of tlio Cumber land Valley have beenn victimized out of 500000 The swindle is very ingeniously contrived and its operation usually extend over two or three years It began with tho introduction of a new kind of seed called the Bohemian which are offered at the price of 10 a bushel But the victim is insured against loss by by a con tract in which the swindUer agrees to purchase a certain portion of the first years crop at S6n bushel He takes a note however tor tre ongi nal purchase The whole details of the scheme cannot be given here suffice to say that it ends as all such fine schemes do in a loss to all concerned except the swindler The Examiner gives a doleful picture of the effects of the fraud practised upon tho farmers of the Cumberland Valley It has demoralized trade and indus try and brought a number of formerlv prosperous me...

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 July 1887

WEEKLY 150 Per Annum WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor THE ALOE PLANT Have you heard the tile of the aloe plant Away In the unny clime Ily hnmMe growth or a hundred jears It reaches the blooming time xndwhena wondrous bud at Its crown Ilreaks Into a thousand flowers This floral queen In Its blooming scene Is the pride of the tropical bow esr lint the piant to the flowei is a sacrifice For it blooms but once and in blooming dies Hive you further heard or the aloe plant That grows in the sunny clime -callow every one of Us thousand flowers As they drop in the blooming time Is in infant plant that fastens its roots In the place where it falls to the ground And as they drop from thedyingstem Grow lively and lovely around By dying it Hvtth a thousand fold In the younger that spring from the death of the old Have yon heard these tales shall I tell you one A greater and better than all Have you heard of Htm whom the heavens adore Before whom the hosts of them fall He die...

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 July 1887

I ra WEEKLY GRAPHIC lURKSVlbliK Ml T K Sublctle Proprietor FRIDAY JULY 15 -Dr McGlvnn 1ms boon rx communicated body nud soul by tho pope but his tonguo is still doing a noisy buissinets nt tlio old stand A movement is now on foot to have nn old fashioned bnrbacuo in Kirksvillo the Fourth of next July Not only the fatted calf will be killed but the fatted ox also and roasted This is certainly beginning in time and the baiba cue ought to prove n success The Memphis papers are beginning to clamor for an inves tigation of the county records The Milan Republican is making amove in the same direction and from the independent tone of the Home Press we expect to shortly see an investigation begun in Macon county The half year just closed exceeds all previous like periods in the history of the country in the volume of business done in the steadiness of prices in the num ber of new manufacturing estab lishments started and the amount invested in building operations The six months before us ar...

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 July 1887

K KIRKSV1LLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH No 2 Mail So 8 St LouSs Express jiaS 1ixsil Freight No 20 TlironsU Fruicht OOING NORTn So 7 RU linl Kiiircs No 3 Mail N Ll lioaJ lreiaht No J7 Through Kriculit o 2 S T anil S arc II ISA it lliX r K I1p0a M 1263 A is A il 4ST r m 201 r m llTiit Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail nnd Kxpiv nrrive FreiRht arrives WEST Mail Md Express arrives Freight arrives For corn corn chop and meal try A L Holms at the Variety AYood Works Quarterly Meeting The Fourth Quaiterly meeting of Brashear circuit M E church south will be held with the church at South Prairie July 23rd and 24th All are invited There have been 40 accessions to the church in Brashear circuit this year J T Kimsey - Contractors Take Notice Plans and specifications for the new school buildings in Kirksville will be ready for examination at the office of F M Harrington on and after July ISth 1S87 for six davs only Parties who desire to bid on this work take notice If you w...

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 July 1887

It ll M lis FARM DAIRY AND HOUSEHOLD GLEANINGS All insect seUicUUckg cabbag es in the enlier stages o growth is a species o slug or small cater pillar a green glutinous insect nlmnt rmn fnnrtli nrnnn linlf of an inch in length This ib not quite bo easily destroyed as tne green house but will succumb to n niixt uro of one part white hellebore to four parts liiuo dust sprinkled on thick enough to slightly whiten tho plants This same remedy will bo found most efficacious in ttrvnHn the ravnees of tho black Ilea or jumping jack that is often so destructive to cabbage plants sown or planted in the open ground during May and June But in this case its application may have to be repeated daily oiten for two weeks Tho sale o roses in this country amounts to fully 1000000 plants n year at the present time There are no statistics by which the exact number can bo learned but a knowledge of the extent of culti vation by the principal propagator enables us to estimate roughly as above stated 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. — 22 July 1887

150 Per Annum From The Current FI0R0EL1SA A DRUMMERS STORY BY A TKESIZE SAUNDERS Happy Tom Wentworth is one of the finest boys on the road He represents Truesdale it Jarvis Dry Goods New York and is straight as a string but full ofnn There are no dull moments for the boys when he is in the party I never saw him serious but once and that was when he told mo the storv of his only love He makes no secret of it and so Ill tell you about it We met at the Forest City last winter After supper we made up our reports in the reading room I finished fiist as the clock struck eight Come I said cut that string of fabrications and lets run over to the Park Whats the attraction he ask ed Barrett Thanks I dont care if I do and he quickly closed his report We went to the cloak room for our coats and I turned to the clerk and said if any one calls will you please say I have gono to the theatre All right he replied Going to the Park Yes Well youll see a good bill Barrett in The Pools Pievenge Tom stop...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 July 1887

K i Si 1 m i m f Wi M Ml i WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO TK Sublette Proprietor FRIDAY JULY 22 Maxwell will hang August 2Gth Tho papers that announced that the Board of Regents took no definite action at their meeting in June evidently knew nothing of the facts or intentionally sup pressed them P J Roid ex collector for Knox county paid into tho county treasury last week 741600 This still leaves a balance due the county of more than 5000 according to the repoi t of the investigation com mittee From the actions of the Board of Regents at their recent meetings one would think that Judge Ellison had entirely lost his influence with tho Board as nearly every proposition ho advo cated failed to carry Under the title of Village Types Julian Hawthorne will present in tho - American Maga zine for August sketches of tho more noted characters that are usually to be found in our small rural communities The effect of tho heat Saturday Sunday and Monday in Chicago St Louis and many other cities w...

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 July 1887

4 WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO X E Sublette Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R K TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH So 2 Mail l A it No S St Louis Exprosa 11k r m Ko 22 local Freight 1150 A M No 20 Through Frcifihs 12ri a m GOING NORTn o7 St Paul Expro 3 a ar No 3 Mail N 21 Iiocal FroiRht 2 0J r u o 97 Throush Frieght 1115a k No S 3 7 and arc dall v Quinoy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Eiprevi nrriTcs 7iCam Freight arrives 12 V r M WEST Mail and Express arrives M r it Freicht arrives 12 H r M FBIDAY JULY 22 GRAPHICS Tinsnian for Photographs Picnics to the Chariton are In coming quite frequent One more good rain and the corn crop is assured We regret to announce that Mr John Guinan is quite sick with typhoid fever Sunday was the hottest day of the summer The thermometer reached 101 in the shade Wednesday afforded a breath ing spell after ten days of torrid heat Northern and -western portions of the county were visited by a fine rain Wednesday night The present rainy period according t...

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 July 1887

m FARM DAIRY AND HOUSEHOL GLEANINGS Vicks Magazine gives the fol lowing remedy for mildew on the grapevine Thirty five poutuls of Buiphnte of copper are dissolved in fifty three gallons of water thirty three pounds of quick lime are slaked in eight gallons of water the lime and water mixture is then poured into the solution of copper In using keep tho mix ture well stirred It can bo ap plied to the toliago with a whisk broom Tho treatment should be commenced soon after the foliage is well out and be repeated so as to protect tho later foliage The quantities of tho substance can bo changed while preserving the proportions Tho farmer should closely watch the conditions of his pasture for his milch cows and see to it that they have all of the pure water they desire the careless farmer is very likely to neglect to keep the spring cleaned out but waits until some night his cows come home dry then ho investigates only to hnd that even the muddy water has been exhausted and the cause in 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. — 29 July 1887

Urp - UninMllllllllMlWiW V T P 7 T - rt - - m - - j - r 150Per Annum Dorcas Caledon IBB HEIRESS OF CALEDOH HEIGHTS BT riOBESCE K DIAMOND J57 -V KtUon ta COT 1 paper Comjxuijr CHAPTER L ISTBODUCTOllT UKMhtv EAR READER thU HID If SB Pi fill short and simplo story which I am about to relate is not a wild and thrilling talo of hairbreadth escapes from thrcat cn lng dangers of dark deeds or won derful romances but only the truthful his tory of a life check ered as are most lives and of ono who was an orphan from her birth and almost an alien from her kin dred To its brief re cital I crave your at tention llr rightful name was Dorcas Caledon bntcnul I had attained womanhood I was known as Dorcas Lynn My first name however was my only rightful legacy for I wis a foundling picked up on the steps of the E foundling asylum one bitter winter sight evidently deserted by those who ibould havo cared for me The matron Jlrs Lynn of course took me in and kindly cared for me perhaps the fact that she...

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 July 1887

ihl iH 11 i V WEEKLY GRAPHIC KmESYILLB MO T L Sublette Proprietor JBIDAY JULY 9 Kirksvillo is without doubt tho most moral town in Noith Missouri But to enablo her to kooptip that reputation she needs n chain gang and a whippingpost A carefully written and pro fusely illustrated erticle on pois onous plants will apear in the Au gust issue of Babyhood New York 15cts and will be welcomed by those parents who are spend ing the season with their children in the country Track laying has begun on tbo Santa Fe The work was com menced at Carrolton Mo and track is layed seven miles west of that plttce As fast as the track is laid it is put in shape for service It is expected that the line will be completed early in Decamber There will be a Camp Fire of the old soldiers of Adair county at Kirksvillo about the first of September to which all old soldiers and others of Adair and adjoining counties are cordially invited to attend More definite notice w ill be given next week Tho Memphis National...

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 July 1887

P If fi I WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO TE Sublette Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Vabash Time Card GOIKQ SOUTH ti St lorn Eipn tt wrh Vrrtitrhl trSi I GOIKQ NORTH jSTSLlaal Express ST q Thwneh Fneeht tful sad Expn arrives jrtijht writes WEST and Express arrives 11 ir a v li v p m uso x k 1255 X M 137 JLM 427 r K 2KHpit 1113am Quiney Missouri Pacific R R EAST 12 JO p m 12M p M FKIDAY JULY 29 GRAPHICS Givo us a breeze With a little blizzard in it Tinsman for Photographs Watermelons are becoming quite plentiful The deadly cucumber is as popu lar as ever TTnsitmed communications are not published at this office Oar storm prophet says rain from the first to the 6th of August We hope it will come sooner Our weather prophet says there xill be plenty of rain from now till August 6th We hope he is correct We acknowledge compliment ary to the Moberly fair which commences August 23d and con tinues five days The 29th Annual fair of the Scotland county Agricultural and Mechanical Associati...

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 July 1887

I FARM DAIRY AND HOUSEHOLD An Orchard For Beauty And Profit We spend money for flowering shrubs the beautiful double flow ering almonds the weigelas and deutzias which delight us with their spring and summer bloom and we rejoice over tliem without objections to their fleeting show Now all these are enjoyed Bolely for their beauty An orchard is no less beautiful than those A massive apple tree a globe of snow jnst faintly tinged with the most delicate pink a dwarf pear a pyramid of flowers a standard a fountain of spray the cherries and plums and the peaches with their soft violet shade all these are unsurpassed by any of the popular flowering shrubs Now that the blooming season is over and our sense of sight has been gratified the fiuit comes in some times no less beautiful with its varied brilliancy of color but more useful than the majority of farmers are ready to believe How many farmers ever think how easy it is to grow apples and pears ami how exceedingly valuable the fruit may...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 August 1887

r WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIItKSVILLE MO T V Sublette Proprietor FRIDAY AUGUST 5 Dorcas Caledon THE HEIRESS OF CILEDOH HEIGHTS BT PtOKENCK E DIAMOND lCyjrty 1SS7 lyTht A -V Kitten Kiui paptr Company CMAWKH V 1 was already up and dressed when Mag gie appeared next morning Why miss yer an early riser was her cheerful comment Young ones dont generally get up -without being called a dozen times or so she went on but your different Idnd I see I scarcely knew how to reply to this com pliment from my friend so I wisely kept si lence You will come to breakfast now If you please sho said opening the door and stepping out into the hall I followed her through the hall and past the room I knew to be the breakfast room of the family You are making a mistake Maggie I said pausing Maggie hesitated one in stant before sho answered me Mrs Clayton said you were to cat with us sho said hastily and opening a sido door led mo Into tho servants halV where already seated were the other domestics of the family They...

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