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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 December 1887

WEEKLY GRAPHIC RIKKRVTTiliK MO T L MiSJette Propriptni ilJi t Local option was carried in Uifi U rij Ciif Pi cnuity tt the u lee ion last Tuefc day E L Harper tho wrecker of tho Fidelity Bank was sentenc ed to ten years in tho Ohio peni tentiary Monday morning Tho WalrnfT Brewery nt Lawrence Kan under tho recent decision of tho United States Supremo Court has been declared n nuisance and the United States Marshall has been directed to shut up and abate tho same A bill will probably bo in troduced in tho House by Hon Georgo E Adams of Chicago providing for the expulsion of dangerous aliens from tho terri tory of the United States But how about a bill to prevent them coming hero A law of this kind might save a vast deal of both trouble and expense We give the Presidents message in full in this issue and ask our readers to study it care fully and then lay it away for future referesce By having the document where it can be readily ref en od to you will be able to detect Whether it is fa...

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 December 1887

f lJHUi Wf SHf19r V What You Can BuY At the ii i n mi MAtt S in 1 U 1U Ganton Flannels Per yard Better grade A good grade at Eitra good nt i Boots and Shoes A womans shoe for 50 Better for 75 A good shoe for 100 Better grade 125 Extra good shoe L50 A nice lino of Ladies Kid shoes from 125 op Misses shoes from 75cts up The best boot in Kirksville for 200 250 and 300 Boys boots from 125 up Childrens boots from 75 cts up wards A good sheep lined boot at the Star Store I have the largest line Rubbe r goods of all grades in Kirks ville Toboggans from 25 cents upi wards Ladies nice hoods from 50 cents up GRAPHICS Philomathean entertainment to- nieht Read W 33 Reynolds ad in this Graphic Pure home made mixed candies at Maynards for Christmas We would be glad to hear from our LaPlata correspondent Temperance mince meat at Thompsons meat market Little girls will find silver vases for 5 cents at Jamisons drug store There will be a shooting match south of C L Mintons farm Saturday Dec 17 Dogs ...

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 December 1887

it i - GLEANINGS Talco down nil bonn poles trol lies and stntccs beforo tho ground froczfa Burn nil Hint is worth ies iicliuiiiiK di ml aiid cure for the rest All old worthless trees hnd bet tor be cut out of tho orclmrd now mid used for firewood Tho orch ard will look better next spring nnd it will pay Old leather contains n consider able percentage of ntnmonin com pounds which nro very slowly soluble A good way to dispose of old boots therefore is to bury Uiem nt the foot of an apple tree Tho necessity of keeping tho sheep on dry footing should not bo forgotten A yard in which sheep nro kept should be ono whero tlicro is plenty of drninnge Wet footing is ono thing that sheep will not stand Prof Robertson of Canada claims that cream raised by tho deep cold process produces a but ter that is less highly flavored when first made nnd is in fnct i often insipid nt that time but its flavor increases with age and is at iiB best when several weeks old A Tirnptipnl nnHinritv srntrs that 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. — 23 December 1887

t r Zffer jTfc - t J it- - f l ft v f WEEKLY te APHICS 5t 150 Per Annum K1RKSVJLLE CARDS i gF JULIAN JW i i Attorneys at Law OEce OverHopeeGrccer StoioSccth5jc J W Maetik PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office With Dr Burton West gide Square rTotrcrwooD tr a oldiusi GREENWOOD OLDHAM JTTnCMFV AT T A1JC7 J J - i jjBtsmir Missouri OrriCE Opoite rot Office over Dr Gobea id Morrows oSee I J R MUSICK i Attorney at Law AXO NOTAEY PUBLIC OFTICE Sontbeatt Corner Public Square OTer Brtwlngton Fowlers All busines eatrcttdre tolme trill reclve careful attention m DR PEARCE TWrTTlTCT South Side Squabe Employs all the means used by any Dentin lecare painless dental operations SMITH PATTERSON Real Estate Tax-Paying- and Insur ance Agents Notary Public Etc Bsr and tell on commifnion make collec ts esauilne titles farnUh abstracts write deedi of eoareyance Have for tale large tract of tbe most desirable prazih lands at loves Clares either In Adair or adjoining srantiet well watered and can pivetlmeon caymeats...

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 December 1887

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MO T E Subletto Proprietor FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 The Alton rou put on h fast train Christmas day called tho Hummer which will shor ten the time between Kansas City and Chicago fivo hours Tho ten principal dailj pa pers of Alabama all Democratic favor a protective tariff on tho ground that it is necessary to tho welfare and prosperity of tho peo ple The veteran Democrat Judge John D Caton says that if tho Presidents viowsloxpressod in his message wire put into effect it would close up overy manufac turing establishment in tho coun try within a year American workingmen are better clothed better fed and better educated than the working men of any other country in tho world Is there a stronger argu ment needed for protection for homo industries The indications are that Dakota Washington Montana and possibly Utah will be admited to statehood However if they are admitted this session they will not bo granted the right of national franchise till 1892 Judge Nortons de...

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 December 1887

KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE I Wabash Time Card 03TS0 flOUTlL 0 y Va 10 TO A u Ko St Jxran ExnroM 1137 r u So J Ixl Freight 100 r No 25 Thronih Freight 111ft a v Q01SQ NORTH o 7 St laul Exprow 423 a h Ko3 Mail irK N SI Ixl Freight 1 As p si Ko97 ThroaBh Frie srht 1 110a m Xo 7 I7 8 nnd W dully Others Istlyoicept dunday 37 and IS do not carry pMonirers Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Hail ard Express arrives 7Mxn Freight arm os 120 r m WEST il id Expres arrive 720 p m Freicht arrive 1240 r M GRAPHICS Mr L A Willard is still on tbo sick list Hogs sold in Quincy last Satur day at So30 per hundred Markets are tending upward Uiib week See GraiIUC report Seats now on sale for the Ohio Church Choir Concert at Normal Book Store 35 and oOcts Frank GuinnB little daughter who has been dangerously ill with diphtheria is recovering The girla will be pleased with a nniform marriage law if tbo uni form is pretty and there is a man in it The repairs on the black smith shop south of the post office ad...

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 December 1887

4 i t GLEANINGS The question as to whether board or ground floors are the best adapted for minds of many In some latitudes one would be prefer able to the other and in other the order would bo reversed If the poultry house is situated on damp ground it of course would be folly to have other than a board or plank floor Circumstances alter all cases W OYALIiKfjS POWDER Absolutely Pure Tills powder never variea A marvel of pnrjety strength and wholnomeness more eoonom al than the ordinary kinds and can not b osoldin competion with tho multitude or low test short wcieht or hospate powder Sold only in can Rotal Baking Fdwdkbh Co IOC Wall St X Y TT1 ro l t T Tho New England Farmer thus replies to a correspondent who asks if wheat over tarns to chess Wheat will turn to chess just as readily as barley or rye wiJL turn to oais or poiaioes 10 turnips or ducks to chtckms and no more so Ohess is a grass as welt known by thoso who nave observed it as is timothy or clover A wheat field may turn 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. — 30 December 1887

r - Xgf V - 140 Per Annum K1RKSVILLE CARDS 8 P MILLAN JW JOHSTfiri JJILLAN JOKU80N ATTORNEYS AT LAV Cfiw 0rBopVGrorjSlcieNrlhfi J W Martin PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Oftce With Dr Burton Vfcft cdc qnnre rra jorxooa htf w D OUnAH llSEXWOOD OLDHAiT ATTORNEY AT LAW OrriCE Opolt Pot Office orer Vt Gobes nd Mottowi oSce APgK Attorney at Law KOTABT PUBLIC OrriCE Sostbittt Coraer Public Sqotre OTer Brewing too A FotrleTi All bntlnti tnUedre tojme will reele carefal attention WmPiSZ DR PEARCE DE27TIET South Side Sqdake Kmploii all the mein mtd Iit toy DDtltt ar pinii Qf niai operion SMITH k PATTERSON Real Estate Tax Paying and Insur ance Agents Notary Public Etc UsTandtll on coniraUflon msVp collec tions c Main tltl rnrnlnh abstract writ deli of conreyanc Uaie for tale lare tract of tbe nioit detlrablc prazlb Ian J at lowrnt Jlnre either In Adair or aJjoinlnjc joantle irell watered and can rfTtlmon BTjnnt to anlt porcbater rltb low ra of isterett Ijnd eplallr adarU d to hcp ralilnteln elevated a...

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 December 1887

I ie - WEEKLY GRAPHIC KH1K5VILLE MO T E Sublele Proprieto EKIDAY DECEMBER BO It is a great pity that thf President did not have the benefi of Blaines criticism or hismessag go re it was published The President has ovidentl gained two or three ideas from Blaines criticism of his message und he seems determined to profi by them as he has called JRaud I to the White Honsefor n cousu tation Tho administration tarifi bill proposes to put wool on th free list but the wool growen will rigorously resent any attempt to thus destroy an industry which has grown to such vast proportions under a protective policy Govenor John S duke died at Jefferson City Wednesday night about 9 oclock He had been complaining for several days and was attacked with pneumonia Monday which resulted in death Ex Secretary Manning died at Albany X Y lest Saturday morning Close confinement to work in a badly ventilated office while in Washington shattered his health to such an extent that be was unable to rallv The fun...

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 December 1887

2 KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE VTatash lime Car vS V3 15 - iS SI5 Express 1157 pjt JTatS jLpeI Fiwcfet UMpx GOIKr XOBTH y 2 SOPH VJ LooIrretrM 3SP Sa5T Xfcro5i Frics3t IkiAsfc yT9T S sad 3 S7 as Ss do sot cany pis tcsgtrt Cu uey Missouri Pacific R ZAST i3sdEipresniTe TiKi n RXST tresis sinves JiO r M GRAPHICS Tinsman for photographs Oar merchants all report an excellent holiday tra de The pulpit 01 the Baptist church will be occupied next Sunday by the pastor We are requested to announce that the new mill will be ready to rind corn next week jEbJocal option law was adopt ed ra incsjanty last week by a msHimv ol one nsaareo ttecali attention to carasot Tfrs Goben and Grove and i Gordon Dinsmoor in this Graphic See Womans ad in this GaiPHic Perhaps competition -31 advance the price or poultry A pair of valuable gloves was left at this oSce last Monday owner will please call or sezid for sane Eev Csrroll M Davis c St Louis preach in the Episcopal church Sundar morning and even- E W East -...

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 December 1887

t - rs Ll 1H I- L I iir V- HOTaHMPiaM 3TTTTTTSSifcr VTga v r js -- PV tal - GLEANINGS Tho fatbCtgs should be all killed before the close of tho month unless tho farmer is willing to feed out his grain nt n loss for after cold weather sets in it is very difficult if not impossible to put a pound of pork on a fat Iior withoutxostinc more than it will bring Store hogs should bo fed on coarse niatenalB like roots pumpkins and shortss with just meal enounh to keep them orowinir rapidly bile the hogs should bo givtnquaieivwhnrfthcoVplpiib tf pun jr it iiijwirTi it tit shuld be iept ctiiu irhiIi U- Lorn phil u gcjd ili bedding so they ran cover t UtJWfcfh cs up wli iluiitj ccic uighr Tfe frirrr niiininls aio mv eniiioh i the- Fiti Ihcr fo id aiid ht vln ui Bauds hib busiiivpri will deal iu tho feed at each time and in sucL quantities as is bast for them but this is a work that requires long practical and good judge ment it is not every man that can learn to feed farm stock without waste Wh...

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 January 1888

itrnt!.-!. iskmL -, - i i i .. ,.. i JBfePte AnnnTir- KIRKSVJLLE. .MISSO.URfc JmlIlAJ&lJ33l Ji. :: ,r.- - v - - x li I ' 1 1 Ir j r ht lo IS? If lit. f - Ls Jr'1 JCJRKSYILLE CARDS. . F. MffiLAN. J. W. J011XST0!. . MILLXN JOHNSON, Attohsteys at Lav; OfSce OvetEeir'tCmwj feli'ipriUI i"ir r. F. OBXKXWOOD, W. D. OLDHAM. GREENWOOD & OLDHAM. ATTORNEYS AT LAW KiBssvnxr, - Mishouui, Office Korth tiJc sqxiBTc, osc Joor west of Brown' Hmtoots hop. JR. Ii. DA If ROW, 5 IS JEiA JJ JCi3 AV ID. ABSTRACT & LOAN OFFICE, nntes contracts nnd deeds and makes 4 ni net, loaus money on improved farms nl a low rate of interest. Ofilco nt Collector'6 oiico in Masonic Building. SUITS & "W-LLXAilS MAvnrvoroiuiis of F&tfCH! MAOEINES- And all kind of AND PICKET FENCING, S J;. Our. Square Ivikksyille, aIo. T. 0. HAERIS, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, CONVEYANCER, REAT. ESTATE A TAX l'AYINO AGENT. Kiiiksyilli: Mo., Bnj s and sell !tuid, to-sTi nroerty etc., oi cominiion. boiaeM-ry ileirablo farms ant ...

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 January 1888

m wswmmmmmmmmmmmmmiimmmmm&mmmmmmmmm 5j5s5P$S-3 tfSS sjtfrasr3 2g ' ,5f.-jskh-,:." PV'I M jrp i$ & iss L IK I H I s a-. 3' i t f.K mjiij. "V .y mnrAinA,rr ? --- ,. -.-& . . ,-? --. igp r f " " -w;: jr wp-r n'i i ii ii .in if ' . ..i t m.f-45 v i(." 3 MmmEEKhY GRAPHIC ?, "V. rjRKHVlLLE. MO. V. E. Sublette. : Proprietor The Atchison, Topeka and Santa F railroad has now over fnre hundred miles of track laying oii its different extensions under con tract -The Bears had every their own way Tuesday, and there was a break in wheat corn and pork. The hog market was "off" ten to fifteen cents. The members of the now county court were al present at the firBt session this week. The court has pledged to guard well the interests of the tax-payer. Dr. A. A. Ames late candi date for Governor of Minnesota on the Democratic ticket will con test the seat of Governor-elect McGill. Fred AVittrock, alias "Jim Cummings," the express robber, and his accomplices, "W. "W. Haight, and Thomas "Weav...

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 January 1888

f-K&3S4i i-.stf iiss?a'e" J .'rr - - 31 sgt$ &&& igggJBBaf8fesis5S'g :4!?aSSS.-&.v'-f,MS WciS'sf-2S. Z-K yj." r 'Svvv S-dii f&siWg i I m t5 Ti.r ,&, V: gStftrcrf V rDA'DUtr y;sre ' ik- .iP l $? KtRKSVTLLK. MO. wp.r.ivLi vrvi iiiv. TV " Sublette,' : : Proprietor KlRKSYlLLE K. K. TIME TABLE. Wabash Time Card. GOING SOCl'II. Mail . ,, St. lxni I.xirewi Local fc'reitflu, Through XVoUht GOIKQ KOKTU. St. Haul Exprora 9.11 A. M. 11:17 1 x. 1.J(1 A. v 10:15 a. . vM &'SS3 gfc. ISfe?. - 5 . 4:11! A. M. Kw Moil 13-35. oi Tvil Freight fjs7 Throuch Fricsht 1U:4.1a. it. iSo 2 and 8 are daily. Through freight trains fSto not can- passengers. f Qutncy, Missouri & Pacific R. R. EAST. S !U and Exprc arrives 7:5Ga. vt t frtijht arnves 12:S0r. M WEST. Kail and Express, arrives 7:30 . si. f- ftticbt arrives 12:10 r. M GRAPHICS. Fine "Winter Weather. Excellont eloighing. W. J. Smith is arranging for a course of lectures in February. $ The mutiny- in tho Missouri kf Col...

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 January 1888

PlllPIiiliii m-ssrii'-ss :gAss-?sa&:-j--' -.shssj.??sh?!!?aA?Ts ; sat- i.K ,r.if.-GX'8 ' . " . ufa" t iHr3gx,sj j$ j r - ' - --- ,f .ii?,-g-a4KBt g. re?yr' "-;- ,jrr t .' -V &"WC-mmn " a - -Ar .'e - - - .--.-... -- . . . . . , i - 1 1 . SHf& v 2. i " - 1 t , "k 1 3" ,. r ?" Tsirr" s - - -, -s; s 7 - -7? 1 ,-A - -,... ; -',. -,e ' " -g5SM sr. .1 .-r- jv Durrinrc I r.i..ki n..i. . I amm. - - , jl r ' f . . ..h. . . - - i I f' &tf &L j; M ;4 '.4 hV?: lit Kl I ! iffl i. 1 t;-- -..;- ncvjcirjW., 1 ocuoui rvupii 13. 1 BmvB, 1 ImllBliiflH BOILED TURKEY. Fill the body 'with oysters and let it boil by steam without any irattiT When sufficiently done take it up, strain, the gravy that will be found in the pan, and which, when cold, will be a jelly; thicken -it with a little flour and butler, add the liquor of the ojb ters intended for sauce, also Btew ed, and varm the oysters up in it; whiten it with a little boiled cream and pour it over the turkey. MOLASSES FRUIT CAKE. A...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 January 1888

;i i. 4-50 Per Annum KIRKSV1LLE MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JANUARY., 13, I88ff VOL VIII. 3T0. 39 f ' - GRAPHIC. A ;A i M H H H ft ? WituyL.Y KIRKSVILLE CARDS. H.F MILLAN. J.M JOH """v,. MILLAN & JOIHoOa; Attorneys at Law Ofhct OiirHopeVGrcxrijSUuefcoUhSVj jr. W. Maetin PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office With Dr. Burton, "West gide tuiuare f. T. OiEtSWOOD, r Jr. . OLDHAST. , GREENWOOD & OLDHAM. ATTORNEY AT LAW, KrSESVItXF, - MlSSOUEI, OFFICE Oposlte Post OiEce, over Dr Gobea Ed Morrow's office. qANFORD SNYDER, O (Successor to T. C. HARRIS) JUSTICE OP THS PEACE CONVEYANCES, REAL ESTATE AND TAX PAYING WENT AU claims prosecuted before the depart ment at Wahington. Oriidnal peusion laims will receire spccj.il attention, and Incresse of Pensions will be made a special ty. J. R. MUSICK, Attorney at Law, axd NOTARY PUBLIC, OFFICE-Sonthcast Comer r-nblic Square over Brewington & Fowler's. All busincs tstratedre tOjine w ill rceh o careful attention DR. PEARCE nTRTTTR'P i South Side Square. Emp...

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 January 1888

rr "t - j , 1: l flf 1-1 1 WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKBY1LLE. MO. T E. Sublette. : Proprietor FRIDAY JANUARY 13. Birmingham, Ala., Ago, (Dem.) An overwhelming vote of the people will repudiate the Pres ident's theory of taxation. His present message -will defeat him unless repudiated by his party. The Inter State Commerce Commission has decided that the Inter Sta'e commerce law applies to express companies as well as railroads. This may have a ten dency to i educe the extortions of these grasping corpoiations. The report of Commissioner Carroll D. "Wright, just submitted, shows ihat the losses to employes on the account of strikes and look outs for the six years ending Dec. 31st 188G, reach the enormous amount of $59,9S,SS2. By the strikes in the an thracite regions it is estimated that 85,000 men and boys are thrown out of employment. It is feared that many large furnaces and iron works will be compelled to shut down because of a shortage in the coal supply, growing out of suspension of wo...

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 January 1888

" r - "--t t & -; y-Ji-f S- '; -V'J'v v '.- -f - --. "S Ji J: 5 'S' I V.- KIRKSVILLE R. R. TIME TABLE. Wabash Time Card GOfKO OUTH. So. i Maty ,o. f St. lam Express So. ?? Local Freight x So.C Through Freight GOING NORTH. 10 ra a. m. 11:37 I. if. 1.00 r. ix. 11:15 a. m. o. 7 St. Paul Expre-se i:n$ A, M No. 3 Mail 4-50 v m" N,. 21 local Freight 3-33 r' No.97 Through Frioght 11:15a.m.' Nos. 7, 37, 8 and 88 dully. Others dMly except Sunday. 97aod3Sdonotcsrry passengers. Qulncy, Missouri & Pacific R. R. EAST. Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives i WEST. .Mail tad Express arrives Freight arrives 7:S6a.m 12:50 r.v 7:30 r. m 12:40 t. M GRAPHICS. Tinsman for photographs. Mr. J. L. Porter is reported very in. 0. J. Woman will bo here aain in two weeks . See "ad." i t Bead advertisement o C. N. Cook, of Millard, in this issue. James Bennett, of. Queen City, is reported very ill witli pneumo nia. : S. J. Miller left for Illinois Monday morning to purchase a fine Cleveland-bay horse...

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 January 1888

Q5j; HViU fPl ssvy-H fte ys. ;l - i ?..! S l Tho Best CuUure. In The American Garden for December aro uotnblo facts for greenhouse and conservatory own- j ers. "NY. A. Mauda of Harvard' Botanic Garden Writes of "Orchids i for Beginners," which is tho bo-1 Snning of the now c&Daruncat of rchids, in which is also an ac count of the sale of orchid blooms in New Yorlc. Under "Roses for Market and the Market-for Roses" is described a notable success in commercial rose culture. In a companion article is given the di rections for rose culluie in the window gai-den. Chai les Barnard one of the Century editcrs, and a noted writer on industrial topics, has a highly interesting account of his successful vegetable garden ing in a village houselot, of special value to professional men and me chanics, on tho score of both health and economy. School Gar dening, the adornment of school house grounds and the teaching of gardening at school has become a feature of The American Gar den. Railroad G...

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 January 1888

TSMSSSWWl 'r:i-stjA'-r-Vji"f-iT'''' yFh& rn ,-".;-' , H"???-" .i-r-V- - -S ' ..! y7l 'H-l 31 "1 ? . 1-50 Per Annum .nc KIRKSV1LLE MISSOURI, RIDAl. JANUARY , 20, 1888. VOL VIZI. HO. 40 .- s si I 5 f f v " -- j" fc - --" f r .i .- i ir - fcRAPHICS PJT .-K1RKSVILLE CARDS. a f. millax. j.. johv,-,,v, MILLAN & JOHloij.k Attorneys at Lav Office Ovf-rHoroVGiocntoi-iontr.?ir J. W. Martin PHYSICIAU AND 'sURGEOV. Orncs "With Dr. Burton, We-t gidtj Square ?. r. CIEZESWOOD, W. J). OLDIUM. GREENWOOD fc OLDHAM. ATTORNEY AT LAW KlSKSTTLLB, MlSSOUEI, OFFICE Oposlte Tost Office, over Dr Gob ni Morrow's office. oANFOBD SNYDER, O (Successor to T. C. HARRIS) JUSTICE OF THE PEACE CONVEYANCES, HEA ESTATE AND TAX PAYING IA6ENT All claims prosecuted before the depart ment at Waslun;ton. Original pension claims -will receire special attention, and Increase of Tensions will be made a special ty. J. R. MUSICK, Attorney at Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, OFFICE-Southcast Corner Public Square over Brewington &a...

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