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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 January 1881

m 1 5 ft 9 8 r I kit ill Bt i sr it H i IIP i If5 1 J M Jt i III I it MM r itiiff Iif I i I A rir E S 4 o a 5 V H MISSOURI IMMIGRATION Henry Clay Dean Tcll IU to Make t State Qhccii of the Continent He ajs Let Million of Pplmllc Male Murmunnc Music Lt Fur naces Light up Cca t Heinjr i Cilt Pasture for Illinois In i recent issue ot the lobo Dem ociU appoimli lenutliv ntido from the hn of Han Henry Ul y Dein nn tier the alMte caption We uic out reader- a few of hi- lie t point- hopim that our citizen- will retil ponder and await fromtheir lethargy The iHirioo of extern e liianiifaUur injr to keep pace with our tUter States luii arrived for Missouri We line pa ed tin aje of the deities the hunter In profession must jo luther We L The settlement of oui la mi and the dcatinv of oui iiopulatnm will no longer admit ot the iniiiien e herds ot cattle which now Rraeon tin pnliKc and the Wc tcin fiontiii Stock liiMiijr hei rafter inu t be generally confined to the land-owned by the herd man He...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 February 1881

I 4 WEE J 11 SWETXAM Publisher EDITORIAL NOTES Garfield is a knight templar Mexico has a mountain ot almost Dure iron Gen Garfield bout the 15th goes to Washington The Pacific coast has been Tinted with disastrous rain storms within the past week The Chicago lriDunc Mints our Vest is a living proof that the border ruffian still exists The capture of Geok Tepe by the Russians was a brilliant military a- chievment Talmage is in favor of reforming the drama and we presume the dra ma returns the compliment JrrE Lacohuv of the St Louis criminal court was on Mon day by an attorney named Hamm The ten gallon liquor ordinance will be tested at our next term of court If theres any law in ter for a poor man we want it Geo Foster ot Ohio is now promi nently spoken of as the prospective postmaster general in Garfield s cabi net Where is our Filley A coal miners meeting was held at Moberly on Saturday They call for legislation and appointed a commit tee to visit Jefferson City The Pot Dispatch ha...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 February 1881

It TIae Wcclcly Graphic T1J MSwrTNAM Pub fc Yroyr KIKKSYHIK MISSOURI VMCUmiUtor FRIDAY FEU 4 SSi introduced into our A biu has been state legislature prohibiting merchants from selling liquor in less quantities than five gallons Tin number of immigrants at the port of New York for January was a ooo more than same month last year being a total of So6 o Tun Talbott brothers were found guiltv of murdering their father Dr Talbott at Maysvillc circuit court last sentenced to be week They were hanged the 25th or March next Sunator elect Pratt and Governor Cornell of New York visited Gener al Garfield and spent Sunday with him New Yorks claims for a cabinet posi tion is supposed to have been under consideration Postal Telegraph The postal teKMph qw stion i once more prominently before congress The ictent consolidation of all the piincipal lines into one company or corporation has been the immediate eauc of the renewed interest in the question Several-bills have already been introduced ra c...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 February 1881

n JUcTSVeefcrr Krapiic ar mni Pm rc3 i K cSidf t i A T- p loUnlLT If 2 lota it ll rng by rcjuet cellar well i bvi cherries close to public Kjuare M a town v r4i 2t4l Cu- on time foe ion giver stately Apply to - iimgenana yon sale I will offer at private sale all of my household effects consisting of parlor jijjmc noom bed room and kitchen E erything almost as good 1S rc and will be sold at very low prices Call at my residence and ex amine the same and learn prices during she next 15 days -2 1 44 ffc kpt stn tly conhuentiai oat we rausi bare them Ibis an imperative rule in all newspaper offices Please remem ber IBk atelrac Looks r sice square DIED Is Elk Countv Kansas on Friday 3ta 2th Sir James A Lestw form erlv of Kirkville Ke was brought to tin- piac for burial and his ttmeral Tiacc on la t Sunday afternoon r Lpwer was wall known in this com knnr residd here and at 1 r a aiinuToi eu iclu hi rem vi i 1 K nsa X 1 er h iir near WiUon Town AdVr Mlan27th 1SS1 ill Cttiaonue 31 Ingraham ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 February 1881

m Pn t fc IH til Mi s ts V tji Jygjqi A VIClIMOKTYKAXW It was at a taMo tlhotu in Eurojc wlierc Englishmen Scotchmen and Americans from the Northern State were present that a ircntlemun from tiioSoiithrepeatedlrsctfortli the tyran ny which the Southern States were suf fering anil ciHcially denounced the administration of icnernl lirant At last a Mull old Scotchman ttrowii weary of his vaporinp tlms addicted him Vou are from the Southern Slates of America Vis And ve had a civil war there Yes And tp were an officer in the South ern army Yes 1 was Colonel of a regiment And ve not licked Was anybody shot No Was anvlodv transported No Wecl then what the dc il are ye ahout If we had ye in England we would have hanyul a Uioti saud of ye liefore yc could have ayiieal cd to the civil law and we would have traniurted other thousands ofye to Australia where ye owl to be now pick ing nji stones There was a moments silence and then the whole company hurst into a roar of laimhier and cpplaci e 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. — 11 February 1881

WEEKLY GR APfflC J n SWETXAM PvbliHker EDITORIAL NOTES The Graphic office has been en jojing an excellent run of job work since the beginning of the year A bill has been introduced into the legislature to tax church property It causes considerable excitement Thlke i another cut on passenger rates betw een Chicago and St- Louis and St Louis and Kansas City Fare 4- A number of petitions have been presented to the legislature asking for an amendment prohibiting the manu facture and sale ot intoxicating liq uors in the State A bill has been introduced into the Kansas legislature to reimburse liq uor dealers for property rendered worthless by the prohibitory amend ment Bv the immigration that seems to be setting in it will not take more than two year s longer to make Mis souri what Chas P Johnson styles the battle ground of politics It will be as close as Indiaua The B i S W is putting down teel Mils on all the curves and heavy grades along the line of the road The new company will go st...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 February 1881

U1 ft 8 I if I I BDHF fit H flM jM m III am Hllli m lap Hi HI r Tke Weekly rphic DJ SLfunxui Pub A Vrufr KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI W MtilLL Kditor FR10AY FEB n 8Si A GBASK SCHEMK The consolidation of the three tcl egraph companies against which Rufus Hatch asked an injunction has finally been accomplished and has caused quite a flutter through out the country- There is a general feel ing against monopolies and the people have ample reasons lor dreading tnem while at the same time there might be uch a thing as a powerful company like that of the one resulting from this consolidation laboring and planning for the good of the whole conntry as well as themselves past experience with such powerful corporations make it very difficult for even the most credulous of us to believe that there is any thing more than selfish motives uroinptine them to action This cornoration claims though that not onlv our country but tin whole world is to be benefited by their plan And the scheme if it can be carrie...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 February 1881

A The TTeeltl v Gxiiphic ir J M Swe sax - - Proprietor prices nee 03SA FOR SALii tuna dwelling 2 lo cellar well osro bam csn iVe sho cherries s peach eia to public square tin Mude to- One of the firc t Mn 330 vut gokti hiltnuen MM Psesat snva mediate Apply to A Saluigerlaml JtM - u - TOP SALE LwH offer at private sate all of my household effects cor sHiing of parlor dmiw room bed room and kitchen furniture Everyihmg almost as goou fuesd wi iTI nt jiia Iiuiium Call at my residence and ex- rjosrr -If Lint have lost fral vl til me or wisa ntie Granbic pply to Lotlire Xotes thi line Hebeeca Lodpe I O 0 office nftlJ V C - C C Munlton Li C J A a- I - 1 ln Harlan Treas P F C iplvn Homy Svn ir Lt J K - - W Gir jn Jr xit 1 B -man guard Count Court this weefc1 TheOkarifhn hat- Icon bank full Lamkin is getting in new goo his tpe this week business leitfed Basils Lsssis 10 csnts per Lin wt to women per rent fii coant 5or adiritioaii AT A SACRIFICE Dam ijred goods at rniaously Unv Liirp iroinsr ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 February 1881

VbtelllllKh Wilttcn forthellr pfclc Leviff Kinuvilh 615 oa the W St l P R R- y t y ot iw im Peoria 7 p m tbe Mine day The creaing traia to Btoowburtoi be ak goae I Hopped owr night at Peo ria Ham little time on lb morn iagof the tenth Iweatout foritemt ad sot the following Peoria hat 74 taachen aad aa arena attendance of 3579 pnpiU im her school She paid the U 8 government taie on distilled pints the month of October 1879 and November 1880 tM8342128 there is oyer 5000 bushels of corn at these dis tilleries converted intoalchoholicdrinki daily Peoria has the largest eugar Biaaufac tanBgegtabluhmentin the world uialt iag tragar from corn and irrape uning 5000 bmhelsofvorn daily alaoitbas a verr large seven story brick building in which sngar i refined Her court house is the finest prehaps in the state it cost XX000 Prohibitioaeot are quite strong dmawd in uniform afaip the cost of which was 65000 and hopeful ia the city Ice is taken from Peoria lake in Urge quantities by steam Leaving...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 February 1881

cess LkS We bg leave to remark J that the GuArmc is still on the top side Tiik Bei nhardt proved a biff sensa tion in Memphis Anything1 to beat the Gbapiiic was no more successful than the old cry of anything to beat Grant m The telephone contest in St Louis has ended in a victory for the compa ny l JliisnAV was St Valentines day and Uncle Sams mail pouches werecrowded with the silly missives Tiieee lias been more water in and about Washington this wek than ev en the temperance administration of Hayes can fully appreciate The Wabash St Louis Pacific rail road will sell round trip tickets to at tend the inauguration from St Louis for 00 Tickets good from March 1st to 10th TnuiEare brightprospects ahead for the republicans of St Louis every in dication points to an almost certain victory at the coming municipal elec tion A portion of the books purchased for the Graiiiic circulating library haw been shipped and will be here in a few days A list will lie published as soon as all are rec...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 February 1881

The Weekly Graphic DrJMSwktnam Villi lropr KIKKSV1UE MISSOURI WMGlLL Editor FRIDAY FEB iS 1881 MISSOURI There is at this lime no state in the union the out look for which is brighter than that of Missouri Cen trally located as she is and that in the very heart of the great valleys of the Mississippi and Missouri with a climate suitable to the profitable cul ture of all the different fruits cereals and other products common to this latitude with a soil unsurpassed for fertility with her immense areas of coal iron and lead there is no esti mating her resources her future wealth or the advantages she offers to her own citizens or to people of other states or countries who are look ing for homes Ten years ago there was a check to the rapid influx of immigration from other states the reckless law lessness which invariably follows a protracted war had not yet been com pletely toned down by the refining in fluences ofpeace and prosperity and lawless characters like the James and the Younge...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 February 1881

The Weekly Graphic jhTTM Swetvam - - Proprietor uided Business Locals 10 cents per Line ccntdicount lor additional iifirtioin 03 per sT7ESc3srsrxoiT z ftt Annum In advance JUti lacd on actual circula For terms tion at n f ntracU etc apply to W M Gill Manaplns Editor RE6ULAR COMMERCIAL ADVERSTISING ONE rtrllne or 10 rnt r inch each In jertlon Special rate- for lcs than thrrc montn ent mouse store Newspaper Decisions I Knv jwrwiii vrho take s paper rccnlar ifrora the P t office ulicllier directed to S name or anotherV or irhcthcr he has i rc iinlllc for the If a person order hl paper dicontin J he mul par all arrearage- or the puli vier tnar continue to -end it until payment Ti midejind collect the v hole amount wheth the office or not if taken from 1 1 the paper 3 The court bavc decided that refusing tiVc ncw jiarer and from the Zl office or removing and leaving theni un Jjlcd for prima facie evidence of inten tional fraud Wilts For Sale To Let Etc 5c per Line each insertion Person1 ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 February 1881

The New Sont LoucmMc Comnic rUial Xonnccin in the so Jtliem stites without liotntti the de cay ottlmt iinti itroirrissiv iitl Hitti xn3cin spirit uliuIi his come to U known a liourbonism It is in rapid nrocoss of extinction Tho practical tvolitics oisrili nun is Joe Uioun of Georgia aietiulmeil liv a lnjre tnl jority of iho southern people and the iliiiiiiiinoiticeiiiniidereu b the wir seem to luvu laded out altogether Oc isivsidiially an ancient bummer will be found dpcantinjf at a cics toul bar room in tlie old strain but the general teniiier of thr jnople excellent Kail road extension and ninnuiicturing in dustries ate favorite topics in the south and projects for maimluctiuin cotton at homeaie lieing eloqiienth airitited The jreneral tone of lemaik with refer ence to tlie incoming- president is quite hatturing and it thcic be any deep Mited disapiMjintuient overliis election it doe not tome to the sui face and we upect it does not exist The southei n people regard genet al Garfi...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 February 1881

ViitLJvLi J VI SWKTXAJf Publisher EDITORIAL NOTES SCISSOS GRAPHICS Xtw ork had another heavy snow s nnn on Monday TsiF presidents and cashiers of the Cleveland banks have telegraphed to Washington a protest against the funding hill They say the bill as it passed the senate will be fatal to the Xational banking system and must force the banks to retire their circula tion and result disastrously to all branches of business The amount of bullion received frost the western mines for the week aiding Feb 21st was 305746 Tm Greeks are still making exten sve preparations for war with Turkey over the question of territory - ivr of the Xew York bankers an everything else but happy over the parage of the funding bill Too Lad A correspondent asks us if the GRnr still prospers Well we should rather illuminate our visiage hedf indeed Thi lottery men and gamblers the country are having a tojoRtrae with the authorities in St I uis Ncu York and other cities Thi Pennsylvania Legislature is strjgjing ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 February 1881

Tko Weekly Graphic 9JMiwnsut Vnb Frojr kikksviilv Missouri WMGILL Editor JRIDAY FEBRUARY 25th 1881 The woman suffrage question seems one of those perplexing problems which like Banquos ghost will not down at the bidding of the politicians A bill remarkable in its roundabout way to arrive at the qucstionhas been offered in the Missouri Legislature proposing to permit the women to vote two years hence on the question whether they desire to vote or not If they do then the generous lords of creation will take a vote to see wheth er the state shall ip ant them their de sires or otherwise Now comes the Nebraska legislature which has just passed in its senate by a two thirds vote a proposition to submit to the people 1 constitutional amendment giving the ballot to the women The Graphic knows no valid reason why any tax payer should not vote or why mere sex should qualify or disqualify any one from the privileges of citizen ship and the choice of officers to ad minister the laws The Kahoka ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 February 1881

jlie Weekly Graphic DrJM The Daily turner SwCTVAM PUBLIC SALE AilwrtNcr Iraphic wIumi I Ltstinto mviiew iSL Proprietor Ltriti ksteess Locals 10 cents per Um- nl discount lor additional Insertion U per ftr Annnra in advance ll V vrRTiris Rates Immi1 on actual rlrculu lion at time of contract For tcrm rtl mate etc apply to W M Gili Managing Eiw POH SALE Fine stock farm of 1M 13Hn cultivation -Macro of tlra one half mile distant Good house sta ble fr hLir t jcoud wells and about TIK frut tree WH t ll at a bargain or trade fir roallcr farm Good raiiirc adjacent 7hi office for further information LOST j OST Moss Agate sleeve button of unique design The finder will please leave it at Wilkes Hardware store FOR SALE 5 room dwelling 2 lots cellar well et rern barn carriage shed cherries crapes iaehes clo e to public square ne shade trees One of the finest lo cations in town C0 urt down haUinceon time Possesion given nn nnJiatelv Apply to A Slingerland 2t41 Sale Tlie undersigned will oiler at...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 February 1881

sxow riorKAitK Aim Montana fi Piiil Lliiiii Fvli it 7lw snow woekadp o various lr rail rdadd throunut t ntf - li ini raised A It jiitcli ilMiti MontevMo on the Iutiti A ton ran wy lti llIU III llll 11 UllllCtl OUl U5lClj iiy wiin a -now shou I A volunteer toreo wont tlnotich X feet of -now whili ruimt t from three to file fit deep Thetniety to rail load mininniiMtiim is tliit lm nejs iiuii haw taken the i attercniiiely out of the railrnnl comf iny I InftVJO feet deep are friiMiuiitly met with m whiili the Miotv is paked mi hard a shou l can hardly lo foued into it Out of one cut a milolomr lietwcen Sranitc falls Minnesota iiljs the -now had to he thiow n out tJV tier- of men one statnni a few feet above the other Fearful n iiorts come hy private let kr froiuthe iieiohhorhood of Helena Montana fine fanner writ that mnv lias fallen onn tantly for -even days at nio t it is three feet 1 ep Ijiit at many plate- it tlrifu d to depth ol from J to 12 fe t Cattle and sheep areMarviiiirto dea...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 March 1881

WEEKLY J n SWETSfAM Publisher yggQBIAL NOTES President Garfield to day Sow for four years of peace and prosperity Washington hotels were full tnl days ago We regret to say thai reports from jorthemMisurisathat nearly all 4e peach and cherry trees are killed The Nebraska Legislature finished - hs work and adjourned last week A good hint to the Missouri solons The recent flurry in Wall street will jot hurt anybody except the stock ramblers Vi KKUKvdidhcrbcstto keep up the reputation of thejbalancc of the winter and did it well THESedalia Eagle says Jefferson Qtvisagood place for the peniten rV but a very bad one for a state capital Generous SuxDAvncMhas been designated of ceremonies in for the observance memory of Fernando Wood at Wash- ington The teetotalers of Pettis county will neet at Sedalia March 14 15 to ttkbratv the Sth amversary of Seda liis good teraplary The English have sustained a se vere defeat in South Africa from the Boers Gen Colley was killed in the engagement and hi...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 March 1881

K The Weekly Graphic DJM8wetju rm Pub A Propr KIKK8V1UE MISSOURI W MGILL Editor FRIDAY MARCH 4th 1881 Arrangements have already been made to transport three thousand Coolies from Hong King to Panama to work on the De Lesseps ship canal This seems to indicate busi ness Ex Chief Justice Luther Dixon of Wisconsin has consented to become a candidate for Senator A bill has been introduced in the Texas legislature prohibiting the sale manufacture and carrying of concealed weapons in that state says a late ralch How a weapon in coarse of mannfacture and sale can be rated as concealed is not specified in the dis patch Members of the central committee from different points in the county have called upon us to say that the re port that they had taken any action in regard to the Graphic was a fabrica tion to use a mild term JUSTLY WOX The administration of President Hayes has passed into history Time and the future historian will do it jus tice His position was a delicate and difficult one Loo...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 March 1881

fflhe Weekly Grmpkic DrJM Swktsam Per JHnmrotn advance - brooms mil nrtl1 TITAN itl iiukuuiub by a youn laav TVIR SALil Proprietor FfaThttaU LlUll 10 CNlS MT UN jJTper ttnl dlicountlor additional inmtioni ST7SSCI5XErXOi3 tl Ishtiko Ri lcd on actual clrcuU in at time or contract- For terras Editor -II yoa want an WiVTEU lost anything or found aavthinjr or wih to Mill d trtiein the Graolnc T0 R SALE A fall outfit for making ppiT IU X J - of Kirksvillf 170R Ala SALE Cheap 10 acres of land ten minute watic inu anire Suitable tor iruix raraiui idence or can im rtiyioea imo o iajiff lots AppIv to this office Term easy- 21 fiw in French Apply at this of- FOR SALE Fine stock farm of ltf rrr ID in cultivation with Wcrw of tin EVnehdimlleafetanL fiK 1 bou U Sv fnr 4 horf two ffooqwellii and about 7IW mi W W ortrde for iVmallcrfarm Good ranirc adjacent Ttfc office for further Information snug houses cheap March makes a good beginning m Brig Gen Van Cleve of the gal Unt Missouri Stole Guards wi...

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