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

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KHIKYILLE T E Sublette MO Proprietor Jake Sharp the boodlor is thought to bo losing bis mind Tbo Homo Press is giv ing the democracy of Macon coun ty a vigorous shaking up President and Mrs Cleve land will bo the guosfs of Mayor and Mrs Francis while in St Louis It now turns out that the Uto war of which so much has lately been Baid in the newspa pers like the recent hail storm in Nebraska is considerable of a hoax A movement is reported among the Grand Army men to secure legislation at the coming session of congress to provide for the payment of pensions monthly instead of quarterly Wigfjins predicts that a tiomenduous storm will sweep over this continent Sept lflth Wiggins haspredicted to so little purpose in the past that Iiib last prediction is not likely to frighten rtny one It is reliably reported that T V Powderly General Master Workman of the Knights of Labor will not continue in his present office after the session of the Gen eral Assembly to bo held in Octo ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 2 September 1887

No Mail - rr WEEKLY GRAPHIC KlRKSVIIiE MO T E Sublette GOIKO SOUTH So 8 St Lorn Express No 22 Jxal Freight No G Through Freight GOING NORTII No 7 SL Van Expref No 3 Mnil N 21 local Freicht NoU7 Through Frieght o7l 3 7 and S are dally Proprietor i FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 F KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card 11 13 A v 1155 r M llflOAai 22MS3 A K Si 57 a k 427 r m 2KMpm 1115a m Quincy Missouri Pacific R EAST Mail and Express arrive Freight arrives WEST Mail and Express arrives Freicht arrive GRAPHICS 750 a m 1250 P M 730 p if 1240 r M Snioko the Normal cignr Students nre beginning to arrive Smoke Normal cigars nt phey Bros Watennelon season is about over The Normal cigar is the boss J A Miles left for Los An geles Cal last Friday night Freight rates on the Wabash have recently been reduced ten to twenty per cent Arlington Stuart is agam with Henry Hannah and would be glad to meet his old friends S M Browning the piano tuner is in town Leave orders at Adams music store For a first cl...

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

How Mr Perkins Was Convinced foilrlc Farmer Sir Perkiua wont over tho wholo nccount but failed to find nn error o oven one cent Its nil straight jietsoy ho said as he handed Imck tho books but that don t prove there is any profitin keepin liene Thirty uino dollars is a rood deal to pay out in a year for n mill chickens but it is as broad as it is long for I allow it used to cost mo hard on to iohj dollars a Year to keep our hens not conutin the dninage they did So it we have paid out about forty dollars for eggs and chickens wu have saved about forty dollars worth of feed and tho garden Kides to say nothm ot an me lwther of runnin after them and fecdin them Take it all around 1 nllovv that wo are ahead anyway 1 dont believe we have lost auy thiug by not keepin hens Well I dont allow any such thing said Mrs -Perkins To bo sure I dont know just how much it used to cost us to keep mir but I do know that this very morning Mis Peters told me that it cost her just S47G0 to keep lier liens...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 9 September 1887

fSP53 and she had notnmg lett run out the least hesitation she took off her tiny gold bangle and pearl ring and laid them on mo money The minister looked NVwn into Pansys face and ecl and she telt nappy She followed him down to the lake and watched him get into a boat rowed by the lad and disap peared into the mist As the soft eplaBhofthe oars faded away a sudden thought occurred to her Why could she not go too and do something for those poor people She had often paddled her canoe to Bound Bay it was not more than a mile The boatman was buBy so Pansy got out her canoe herself and coaxed one of the small boys of the hotel to push it off for her Tell papa she said that I am going to Pound Bay and will be back before dark and the -rigorous little oarswoinan started off on her somewhat perilous ex pedition Pansy had no mother and she was used to acting very much on her own impulses She did not realize how dangerous it was to try and find the way on the water in that denRfi mist Surely s...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 9 September 1887

m v i WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIUKSVILLK MO T E Sublette Proprietor Prof Foster the Iowa weather prophet Bay that 1S87 is the last drouth year for several years to come and in this all tho prominent weather prophets are agreed Macon City is having a big well bored Whether it will Lo a gas oil or artesian developments alone will determine But thoy are boring to strike something and we hope thoy will strike it Wo call attention to tho ad vertisement of tho Normal school in this Graphic Prof BlantonB work during the summer has had n wonderful effect and tho school opens this year with fifty students more than at the beginning of the first term last year Heavy rains last week inun dated Waco Texas and raised tnc water m tne urazos river eighteen feet higher than it has baeu for throe years Many cat tle have been drowned and trains are delayed by the destruction of railroad bridges The receipts at the Chicago stock yards for tho last eight months amount to l4Si775 cattle 3187490 hogs and 819027 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. — 9 September 1887

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette So 2 Mail No 8 St Loan Express No 22 local FrelBlit Ko6 Through Freight GOING SOUTH NoT SL Paul Expregs No 3 Mail N 21 Local Freight No 7 Thronch Frieeht Xo 2 37 and 8 are dally GRAPHICS Proprietor FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card QOINQ 80UTH 11 15 A M 1155 p si 11S0 X M 1253 a M 337 x jr 427 r m 204 r M 1115am Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Expregs arrives Freight arrives WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives 7Gam 1250 rM 730 p m 1240 p M Opera House Friday evening Secure seats early for entertain ment Friday evening Kirksville is to liave a mill work on building will begin at once A rare treat for lovers of fine music at Normal Chapel to-morrow evening Round trips ticket to St Louis including admission to exposition 840 Another car load of the cele brated Clark county melons at Jo H Nichols Two hundred and sixty Normal permits had been taken up to yes terday noon The Green City Creamer is do ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 9 September 1887

FARM DAIRY Wp HOUSEHOLD Plough Early For Wheat The Agriculturist advises farm ers to plough early for -wheat It stubble ground is to bo put in fall wheat tho plough cannot bo start ed too early If tho shocks aro taken off tho ground as soon as the grain has cured enough for the mow or stuck and the ground is broken at once tho most impor tant step in successful wheat-growing has been taken Tho condi tion ot the sceci oeu is 01 moro im portance in tho growing of small grains than of cultivated crops because making the condition of the ground favorable to tho yield ing of plant food is impossible nftor tho grain is sown Of the small grains fall wheat most de mands a well prepared seed bed for oats do not have to pass through our trying winters while fall rye is moro hardy The saed bed most favorable to fall wheat is broken moderately deep but not deeper than tho harrow and roller will have eliect thoroughly nneci and as throughly compacted Early ploughing makes it possible for us to m...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 September 1887

P - EfaSf 150 Per Annum KIRKSVILLE QFMILLAK J IV Jt V - MILLAN JOHlT3Cix Attorneys at Lav Office Over Hopee Grocery Storo Son thfic1 J W Martin PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr Burton Weist Side Square r T GEEENWOOD W OLDHAM GKlSEiN OUD OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW KtBESTItLE MlSSOUEI OFFICE Oposlte Post Office over Dr Gohen nJ Morrows office J R MUSICK Attorney at Law AND NOTARY PUBLIC OFFICE Sontheast Corner Public Sqnare over Ilrewington A Kowlerg AH basinets entrntedre to me will rcelve careful attention DR PEARCE DENTIST South Side Square Employs all the means used lir any Dentist to secure painless dental operations SMITH fc PATTERSON Real Estate Tax-Paying- and Insur ance Agents Notary Public Etc Bnv and sell on commission mate collec tions examine titles rnrnUli abstracts write deeds of conveyance Have fur sale large tracts of the most desirable prarllig lands at lowest flpnres either In Adair or adjoining lonnties well watered and can give time on payments to suit iurchacr wi...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 September 1887

Tyr WEEKLY GRAPHIC KlttKSVIILE MO T L Sublette Proprietor i By tho construction o n projected railroad link Duluth will 10 by rail two lmndrod miles nearer San Francisco than Chicago is On old lines already in oper ation Cheyenne- is also much nearer than Chicago to the Golden Gate Tho tendency of New Yuri publishers of books and monthlies to group their offices between Astor Place and Union Square has its most recent illustraton in tho removal of Tho American Magazine from down town to commodious quarters nt 7Ifl Broad way Tho eecision of tie lower court against the International distillery of Des Moines holding that the sale of intoxicating liquors for exports faom the state for gen eral purposes is illegal has been affirmed by the supremo court of Iowa Justice Seever and Reed dissented There are seventy students more enrolled at the Normal now than there were at this time last year Forty three counties of Missouri and seven stes are rep resented The indications are that over five...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 September 1887

i i - - - r i - n ii iT a - - iiiti -if i iHiiiin ii irrmBffririrTrirTTrijiTirrrrrrrTrrjiTMrffnTMfjnTT irf - Li WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Messrs Bowling contracted for tho and will use same building for the will begin at once machinery to this Proprietor K1RKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH So 2 Matt So 8 SL Loth Express So 22 local Freight XoSC Through Freight GOING NORTH 2oTSt Paul Express 2fo3 Mail X 21 Local Frcicht yo97 Through Friecht So 2 S7 and S are dally 11 lit A It 11 r m 1150 x m HSC x M 337 A si Unrit 204 r si 11151 k Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives Freight arnTes WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives 7SGam l2JOrit 730 r it 1240 v M List of jurors was linnded in too late fortius issue will appear next week Bead our for sale column and watch our markets each week It will make you money Wedding invitations are out for the marriage of Miss Mamie Sharp She will be married Sept 22d to Mr Simpson of Chicago P...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 September 1887

Krr Tg3ep - - n ---- FARM DAIRY AND HOUSE I -ID Liquid Manure The jtfcw England Enrnvjr gives thin answer to n correspondent who inquires as to tho best motli ol of npplving liquid manure on a farm ilio best method o sav ing and U6ing liquid manure vt have ever Been iu practise is that mlnntnil bv Dr Jabcz Fisher ol Fitchburg Mass His stable n which is kept a cow and a horeo is at quite a distance from tht dwelling house a field of several acas ijisg between Tin field the stftblo be has a gentlo slope ing at tho lower side and the residence at the uppor The wastes of tho houso together with the rain falling upon the roof of tho barn are carried into tho barn basement which is made water tight by coats of cement on bottom and sides Onoe or twice a year tho liquid ia pumped out and dis tributed over tho field from a water cart with sprinkler attatched The oart is filled from a chain pump in tho barn iloor and the outlet to the sprinkler is made just largo enough to allow the cart to b...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 23 September 1887

lift u k u i if Piffss tf 150 Per Annum KIRKSYILLECARWS HF MILLAK 3W MLLLAN k JOHKSCi Attorneys at Lav Office Over Hopcis GroccryStoi o Sonthf if J W Martin PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr Burtoji West Side Square T T OEKEXWOOD W 1 OLDHAM GREENWOOD fe OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW KlBEBTILLZ MlBSOUEI OFFICE Oposlte Post Office ovcrDrGobcn nd Horrowa office J R MUSICK Attorney at Law AND I NOTARY PUBLIC OFFICE Sontheast Corner Public Square over ltrewington A Fowlers All bnslnets entrnteJre tome willrcelTe careful attention DR PEARCE DENTIST South Side Square Employs all the means used br any Dentist to secure rainless dental operations SMITH PATTERSON Real Estate Tax-Paying- and Insur ance Agents Notary Public Etc liar and cell on commission male collec tions examine titles furnish abstracts write deeds or conveyance Have for sale Istkc tracts of the most desirable jrrazihp lands at lowest fipnres either In Adair or adjoining lonnties well watered and can pivctimcon payments to suit p...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 23 September 1887

ff w WEEKLY GRAPHIC MriKBWLLK MO T Sublette The immber of Proprietor FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 Knox county Imb made n direct levy of 120000 to defray pn6t indebtedness of the county Tho eeaBon for hail storm storits is about over and several liars liavs ssrsaaeftUy ruinod thoir chances for salvation There is already getting to bo a strong political stench in the ihe atmosDhere It will be in or der to hold noses afterwhile The trial of FredMiiucrath Jr at Sioux City Iowa for the murder of Rev George Haddock resulted in a verdict of guilty of manslaughter the extreme penalty of which is eight years The jnry was out nearly twenty hours Sentence will be pronounced Sept ember 23 A number of corn speci mens have been left at this office during the past month that meas ured eight to nine feet to the ears Instead of stooping to gather corn in Missouri we have to climb after the ears with ladders Were it not for little draw backs like this Missouri would be the first state in the Union The nationa...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 23 September 1887

tASSSsS WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIUKSVHJB MO X E Sublette Proprietor TiRKSVILLE R K TIME TABLE So 2 Nat Sag o So 3 SSl Ko8 No 2 i Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH Mail St Loan Express Ixxal Freicht Through Freight GOIXG NORTH St linl Express Mail Local Freight Throngh Frioght 37 and S arc dally H ir a si 1155 T M 150 X si lltKi A il 137 A it 427 r ir 2a0rit 1050a m Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST jfail and Express arrives 7Ma m freight arrives 1250 rM WEST iltil and Express arrives 730 p it Freight arrives 1240 p M GRAPHICS Circus Oct 4th One week from next Tuesday and the small boy will be happy A Bowen shipped three cars of oats since last Saturday A slight frost Friday night of last week The woods are faintly tinged with autumnal colors P J Buowx offers a splendid residence for rent See advertise ment We regret to lear that our con stable Horace Sheeks is quite sick with typhoid fever A great many people will coma to town Oct 4th on business and incidentally to see the elephant Read the adve...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 23 September 1887

V Gleanings By most Northern pooplo tho sweot potato is eaten only spuriug 1 and ns it has to bi bought often nt a high price it is regarded ns a rather expansive luxury J3ut it is very easily grown and with equal caro and culture will out x yield the common potato especially ou poor ground Its rampant vincB choke down weeds making little culture necessary In some oE the Southern States tho sweet potato is planted for stock fo d for pigs which w hen tho crop is ripe are turned in and do their own harvesting Tho sweet they contain is very fattening but it does not make very solid pork The vines of sweet potatoes are greedily eaten by cowe and have none of tho poisonous qualities of our common potato which is o a mini y containing many poisnous plants House your implements and tools They cost considerable money if they are such tools and implements as a good farmer ought to have Can you afford not to shelter them They Inst twice as long if sheltered nnd taken care of ns tools and impl...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 September 1887

150 Per Annum KIRKSYILLE CARBS BF MI1XAN t J V JDTE - JILL LAN J0H1S0j Attorneys at Law Ofice Oter Hopes Grocery Store Eonthftf J W Martin PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr Burton West Side Square r r 7 OED3TCOOD W D OU3BXK GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW Ktaonixz Mibsocsi omCE OpwltePoit Offie over Or Gobtn td Sorrows oSeei j f -- r J R MUSICK Attorney at Law VXD NOTARY PUBLIC OFFlCE SoutheMt Corner Pnbllc Square orer Brewington Fowlers All bnalneu i strntrdre tome trill rcelve careful attention DR PEARCE DSNTIST South Side Square Employs all the means nptd liy any Dcntlit to eecare painless dental oirations SMTII PATTERSON Real Estate Tax-Paying- and Insur ance Agents Notary Public Etc Bar and celt on commifsion male collec tions examine titles famish abstracts write deeds of conveyance Have for sale large tracts of the most desirable grazihg lands at lowest flgnres either in Adair or adjoining jonnties well watered and can rive time on payments to snlt purchaser with low rate...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 September 1887

14- Rr WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSYTLLE MO T K Sublette rfAAtWU Proprietor FEIDAY SEPTFMBER 30 A careful estimate o the Cora crop shows that in the Unit ed States the production will be more than three hundred million bushels short this season The stock of wheat now in sight in this country amounts to 101G3350 bushels of corn to 7 259099 bushels and of oats 4754311 bushels The stock of wheat at the present time is 19 430748 bushels and of corn 07504 17 bushels smaller than a year ago Under the order restoring to settlement the indemnity lands of the Northern Pacific railroad from 25000 to 30000 acres will be open for entry in Otter Tail and Douglas counties Minnesota on the 1st of December at the Fergus Falls land office Five thousand copies of John E Musteks novel Brother ngainst Brother have been sold The lxwk was issued about August 10th 1887 8nd has been on the market a little over thirty dayB Five hundred newspapers and magazines in tho UnitcdStates and Canada have reviewed it Musick ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 September 1887

i WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor KIRKSVILLE R K TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOixa SOOTH Ka2 Mail No 8 St Loan Express No 22 local FreiRht No2C Thronch Freight GOING NORTH Jo 7 SL Pan Expres So 3 Mml K 21 Local Froicht No S3 Throaeh Frieghl No 37 and 8 are dally GRAPHICS 11 15 A u 1155 t M 150 A si 1255 A st 337 a ix JS7 r st 2Mvit 1050a Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express arrives Freight armes WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives 1250 r si 730 T st 1210 r M Fine rains Head tho for salo column Circuit Court Docket on our eiglitli page Eggs are 12 cts at the Creamerv If- Grocery this week Peter Beese of Novinger has three three-year-old steers which he offers at 22 per head We regret to announce that Mr S J Miller is quite sick His disease has developed into typhoid fever Tho Q M P has a self p re pelling pile driver The only thing of the kind there fe in the west Mr S J Miller of Kirksville was a guest at our Fair last Fri day He is a clev...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 September 1887

X S fV V FARM DAIRY AND HOUSEHOLD Introduction of the Brahma Fowls In tlio year 1S47 a Hartford man 11 Mr uhnmberlaiii saw on the dock in New York on board of au East Indiman just in from a long voyage and in poscssion of a sailor some fowls They were clearly of the Asiatic family but different from the Shanglmes Chittagongs Cocliiu Chinas with which he was familiar So ho bought them and took them home His business however interfered with his bringing them before the imblic so ho narted with them to Mr Virgil Cornish thon of Hart ford subsequently of New Brittnin who propagated them successfully until lie had a fine stock They were not brought out until 1852 at n great poultry show in Boston where they receiyed the name Brahma Pootra becaue they had come from a port near the mouth ofn river of that name They wore highly appreciated at once on account of their great beauty fine form and large size They help ed greatly to boom the so called hen fever wmcu lias been pre- nnrl rrnc lifl...

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 October 1887

t 150 Per Annum V KIRKSVILUE CARDS HFMILLAX 3A JJHX - MLLLAN JOHKSCX Attorneys at Lav Office Over Hopes Grocer Store South ir J W Martin PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr Burton West Side Square rTOEEESTTOOD W D OLDHAM GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW KineSTUir - - - Missorar OFFICE Ojotlte rot Office overDrGoLen sd Slorrowa office J R MUSICK Attorney at Law AND NOTARY PUBLIC OFTICE Sontheast Corner Public Square over Brewington A Fowlers All unMnus tntrntedre tome willrcclvc carofnl attention DR PEARCE DENTIST South Side Squahe Emploj s all tho means nsed any Dentist to eccnre painless dental operations SMITH PATTERSOX Real Estate Tax Paying and Insur ance Agents Notary Public Etc Bur and sell on commission make collec tien examine titles furnish abstracts write deeds of conveyance Have for sale large tracts or the most desirable grazihg lands at lowest figures either in Adair or adjoining 3nntles well watered and can give time on payments to suit purchaser with low rate of Inte...

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