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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 May 1888

1 I I I i ! THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. Sublttte. Proprietor. KIRKSVILU: . . - MI3SOUM FEIDAY MAY 4, 1SS3. Eev. Pope Yeaman will bo n candidate for congress in the sixth district, which ib now represented by John T. Honrd of Sednlia. It is reported tlint tho iron ore nt Iron Mountain and Pilot Knob is exhausted mid lli.it 'Jin Vulcan Steel works will be moved t) Cleveland. A reduction of tho tnriff is denmnded, nnd it can bo reduced without injury to any home inioi est. Tho present time presents a golden opportunity for tho lie publican party. Tho discussion of tho Mills tariff bill has been limited to twen ty days; but this gives ample time to talk it to death. "We trust that ns soon as the funeral service is over the Republicans will have a bill roady that is acceptable to the people. In another column will be found a complete report of the miiioad meeting at this place Tuesdny. Tho wonderful interest manifested all along the proposed lino was a surprise to every one, and leaves but ...

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 May 1888

gKjifc 1? r - msmsi1 ,-iv jV THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor. KIRKSVU.I.E, - - - - FRIDAY, JIAY 4 MISSOURI. 1SS8. KIRKSV'LLE R. It. TIME TABLE. Wsbssh Time Circ GOIXO FOUTH. v, ? VwJ So. P St. Losir Kxpress Ko. 2? Local Freight 'o. i-G Through 1'rciglit GOING NORTH. so. 7 St. Paul Express So. 3 Mail V.f Local freight Xc.'T Through Frio slit 'o.7. 07. 8 and SS dn.lc. 10 li A. M lliVT r. m 1.00 v. :i 11:15 a. x 4S a. u. 4:r0 r. sj. 3:35 r. ii. 11:15a. h O'Jicrs daily except Sunday. U7 and 33 do not carry passengers. Q. 0. & 0. K. Line. EAST. Mailaiid Express arrive? 7:."iGa.ti Freicht armes 12:50 r. m "WEST. Mail and Express arrived 7:30 r.M Fcrigbt arrives 12:40 r. M GRAPHICS. Fine weather. Candidate crop is large. Tinsman for photographs. Novelties in hats at O. WT. Fowler's store. Something new in the way of gasoline stoves at Clark's. Nice, fresh strawberries at Nichols, "Wednesdays, and Satur days. Elder A. Russell will preach at Sublette next Sunday morning 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. — 4 May 1888

-zyisrevxy-rwssgss i-r-tyvvrzr isrorjjgjGjiijK'. . . -f fT',vx''-?i-'" ,3H" fliQ-'? I J! How to Make Poultry Pay. The first thing to insure success is to know the market; what kind is most in request, and nt what seasons o the year is it most profitable to sell. No product of the!- poultry-yard pays better than early chickens. From January to April, chickens, of light weights, being plump withal, sell from IS to 2Sc. per pound, and whin -very scarce 30 to 3uc per pound has been reached, as fashionable hotels and restaurants must have chickens to broil. Early ducks also fetch high prices; eo do medium-weight turkeys. A con sideration of importance is what t breeds of poultry is the best For cany cmcKcns, tne jJominicKs ana their near cousn.8 the i'Jymouiu Ifocks, becauso of their hardiness of constitution. When more care can be bestowed thau the general poultry breeder gives, then some of the French varieties would be better. The Iloudans, tho Creve Occurs and the La Fleeche are un s...

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 May 1888

EEKLY GRAPHIC J 'm jit 1-50 Per Annum 'KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 18SS. VOL IZ. NO. 4 1 & V r i :- KIRKSVILLE CARDS. J. w. Martin PHYSIC! Ah' AND SURGEON, Office With Dr. Burton, West Side Square r. r. oncrNwoov, w. i. otjotam. GREENWOOD fc OLDHAM. ATTORNEY AT LAW, KlUXSVIIXE, ... MISSOURI, OFFICE Oposlte Post Office, over I)r Gobes ml Jlorrow'i office. C AFFORD SNIDER, -.' w (Successor to T. C. HARRIS) JUSTICE OF THE PEACE CONVEYANCES, REAL ESTATE AND TAX PAYING AGENT All claims prosecuted before the depart ment at Washington. Original pension claims will receire ppcci.il attention, and Increase of Tendons will lie mndo a special. ty. SMITH & PATTERSON, Real Estate, Tax-Paying and nsur- anco Agents Notary Public Etc., Jlnr sne" sell on commission, mate collec tions, examine titles, furnish abstracts, -write deedi of conveyance. Have for tale large tracts of the most desirable grailhg lands at lowest figures either In Adair or adjoining rounties, well watered, and ...

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 May 1888

m mmmmmmmm iHHBMBaniHMimviHmnmH Ka?.jff"n;'s y-,T,""'ca5WS6? 'rwwwew'-EMK-wsjgyjK- m&fmsmhWsw8M EMmM 'MaiUMUWmMW- -- -.y-- --m 1 " ..Ml 1111 I II . II I I.I 1. . " , M 1 ,fl 111 THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. Sublette, Proprietor. KlKKSVlLLE - - - NISSOUKI FRIDAY MAY 11. 1SSS. Tho visitor's record shows that 10,500 persons visited Shakes peare's tomb during tho past year. "Whatever proof they may have that Bacon wrote Shakespeare's plays it ib evident that Shakes peare still draws the crowds. Our merchants should try tho benefit of railroad excursions to Kirksvillo for tho benefit of their retail trade. A railroad ex cursion once or twice a mouth would bring hundreds of dollars here that otherwise would not come here at all. -Jackson L. Smith of Jeffer- sou City is looming up as one of the most prominent Democratic candi dates for the Kausas City Court of Appeals. Ho is recognized as ono of th'j ablest lawyers in tho state, and will make a strong race for the nomination. Tho Democrati...

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 May 1888

S5 ,., th3 ,- fl 13 J- ft n If If h Ir4 THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor. KtRKSVIM.F., .... MISSOURI. FRIDAY, MAY 11, 18S3. KIRKSVILLE R. R. TIKE TABLE. Wabash Time Caro GOIKG SOOTH. .u.S -Man No. S St. Ioaj Eipma Xo. 22 local Freight h'o. K Through. Freight GOIKQ X0R7H. .No.7 St. PadI Express Xo. 3 Alnil X. 21 Local Freight No.0T Throngh Frio ght Xo. 7.97. 8 and US dailc 10 Si a. s: 11:37?. it 1.00 P. li 11:15 a. s: 42s x. ,:. 4:50 r. si. ''..33 r. m. 11:15a. y Others daily incept duudaj. 1)7 nndfls do not carry passengers. Q. 0. L 0. K. Lino. EAST. Mail and Expres arrives 7:5C a. m Freight arrives 12:50 r. n WEST. Mail and Express arrives 7:30 r.it Feright arnve9 12:40 r. M GRAPHICS. Fine rains Room for a few more candidates. Oat fields and meadows look well. D. J. Redding keeps first class meat and sells it very cheap. -It Several new announcements this week. Examine the list care fully. "Wo call attention to the card of Dr. A. P. Williard which appears in this Graph...

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 May 1888

mt$FSvmv iji'rpmiimipV1''''fVCfr IP """WF-ra f - " i; GLEANINGS. To cure the pemicions prnctice of egg enting nmoiig liens nn ex change suggests tlint it is n good plan to make the nests outof boxes about ten inches square and fifteen inclips deep. This will prevent the hens from standing on he edgp of tho nest and reaching down to the eggs after laying them, and they will bo unable to get at them w hile they are in tho nest. The remedy for pear blight con sists of one part of sulphur to fivo pnrts of lime, with a small amount of carbolic acid added (the precise quantity of acid not stated) Sufficient water is used to make a thin whitewnbh. This mixture should be sprayed upon tho trees at intervals during tho season, commencing as soon as tho leaves appear. An application should be made at tho time the trees come into blossom. The oat crop for 1SS7 is above the average of the last fivo yeais, and is six hundred and fifty-nine million bushels, thiity-six million more thau the year be...

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 May 1888

spi?'r5 s?sf!pw '? fe "Vm1 GRAPHIC 1-50 "Per JKK121 KIEKSV1LLE MIOTJRI, FRIDAY, MAY IS, 188S. VOL IX. NO. 5 rw-"7V?("4TirS I w i - & i&- BORN UKTO SINGING. BY 13IHCH AllSOLD. Ob, solI with the shadow or fate, Itenefident, over thy w ay. That btil; tho arise and create Thy night into roeate day, On pinions unfurled. An ny from the world, Kiom the grasp of Its many armed care, To iiiflnlte heights Of nil bought delights. Thoa art king in thy utterance there: Ah. what are tbenolses of earth. The clash andthi battle or pain: I.Ike a bird In the rapture of mirth Thy soul reaches Its strain, And sings of sweet peace And promised release From fitters thatmock the nd bind. Up, np, is thy word, Despair is anheard, And the alien lie panting behini.. TLough v. Ide is the sweep of tblne wing And strong Is the glance of thine eye, Yet to thee, who art crowned as a king. The hearts of the faltering cry. To lips that are dumb. Thy singing may somu. l'rechance as a bcnlson blest, for thee, ...

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 May 1888

SggS5f0li0- ifm&&!? m H H - -. . ' THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. K. Sublette, Proprietor. KlfiKSVlLLE . - . MISSOURI FRIDAY MAY 18. 1SS8. -Chillicotlio's election Inst Monday resulted in tho election of n Republican Mayor. The canning business wher- tver tried has proved immensely proStable, nud as a result canner ies arc springing up all over the country. It is a little difficult to de termine just now, which ouo Blaine is worrying most the Democratic party, or the Globe Democrat All the financial and busi ness interests of thiB country de pend for their prosperity upon the prosperity of the farmer and oth er working classes. Wo hear nothing of the "City Improvement" ticket since tho election. Tho north and south sides of the square and the streets leading to tho depots need serious attention. Tho City Council of St. Joseph has granted the right of way to tho "Diagonal" into the city over the tracks of the K C, St J. fe C. 13. Road, a part of the "Q." system, giving St Joseph a fou...

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 May 1888

k mtm,mi"i i-.'"g,"''T .,. ., -. ,j mr4SB ... .lininiwiiHii .i '" """" " ' - -, jrft 4 "is ft 1 ; .4 -: I ' S- THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E SUBLETTE, Proprietor. KIKKSVIU.E, .... MISSOURI. FRIDAY. MAY 18. 1SS& KIRKSVILLE R. R. TIME TABLE. Wabash Time Card GOIKQ SOUTH. fo.i Mail Xo. 8 St. Loan Eiprecs Xo. 22 JxKSil Freight Xo.CG Thronch Freicht iO 5S a. j: llS57r.ii 1.00 1 st 11:1.1a. u GOING XORTU. Ivo.7 PL Pool Express No. 3 Mail No. 21 IxkM F.-eicht .Vo.ST Thronch Fno cht No. 7, 7, 8 and 'J3 dally. Others daily except jucda). 97 andUSdonotctrry pitagcrs. 0. 0. & C. K. Line. EAST. 42S x. it. 4tfiOP. M. 3Sr.sr. 11:15a. M Mnil and Express arrives 7:150 a. it Freight nrnTes 12iS0r.it "WEST. Mail and Express arrive r 7:30 r.ii fj Finght arrives 12:40 r. M I GRAPHICS. 1 Tinsman for photographs. E. O. Gates is building an addi tion to his residence. Dwelling houses for rent are be coming quite scarce in town. The walls of the Lorenz build ing are going up rapidly this -week. Good comp...

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 May 1888

W-Pw iTf'vfrf'S--SB $ ft E" fr ft. l J Be THE HOUSEHOLD. Seasonable Suggestions In that very excellent magazine Good Housekeeping, I found tho follow in plain hints as io what to do in case of certain complaints with which every family is familiar. A EOere cold and perhaps nn attack of pneumonia may bo prevented if premonitory symptoms are heeded. A chilly sensation along the spinal column, a cold clnuuiy feeling acoFs the chest aio Furo indications that n seveio cold is tniug to settle in the system. Pour boiling water upon equal paits of catnip, spearmint and nassafras, steep but but do not boil the tea. Put the feet in a tub filled with hot water to which a teaspoonfnl of mustard hus been ndded, and while soaking the feet drink freely of the tea. Anoth er excellent remedy for a cold is the "vapor bath." Tako a pail about half full of hot, but not quite boiling water, which should be placed under a cane bottom chair. Seat the pationt in the chair and encircle bath chair and patien...

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 May 1888

4 WEE GRAPHIC 1-50 Per Annum KIRKSV1LLE MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAY 52, 1888. VOL 12. NO. 6 "A NAME." MAItAH ELLIS BYA". Youak in Jest "what's In a name?" Well, friend, my own, unknown to fame, III giro but little weight to this A iibbltfonndnearThouglit'e abyss lint I once heard a soldier t( 11 Of how aficutraged, shot am. shell Dropped like a rain o'er blue and gray, Kach bra c, each bound to win the day , I!ntloly, slowly. Inch by inch. The south (rain ground, the bine coats flinch And ora and hopeless turn to flic Before the brave bo s onderI.ce. I n Tain the officers command ; The rani , like waves uponthesand. Were broken, scattered, without form llefore that rush of southern storm, 1 ntetmethlng stopped themiiitheirfllght A name that ncnedlhcir arras with might, They halt and listeneach to each In womlcrturn tbelronly speech. Thaklndlingejeind brlgUfccedtSci x . .-"i r. ZLJZ- j" 11 . e rtf -inainauuuinowuroojwuinujgrnce; t Tliensome oneshouted: "les, lie's here' 1 Ie' s I n command...

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 May 1888

" .- K' il'l Iffi tir if! J I i m THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. Sublette. Proprietor. KIRKSVILLE . - - MISSOURI, FRIDAY MAY 25. 188S. Deinocrnts in South Caro lina nre not a happy fninily just now. Heretofore it was always taken for granted that South Caro lina was for free trade, but at the recent state convention the democrats refused to pass a resolution approving the Mills bill. The resolution was killed by the usual committee of resolutions, and its friends were afraid to appeal to the convention. The wool growers of Adair county should take steps to or ganize a Wool Grower's Associa tion. The sheep industry is a very important one in this county and is becoming moro important year by year. Wo believe an association of this kind would bo of great benefit in many ways. If there are any interested in this matter our columns are open to them for an expression of opinion and discussion of the subject. At the railroad meeting at Hannibal Thursday of last week a committee of one from each...

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 May 1888

""&!&&&$ W&frZg$vtJ?ff'r-'-?Kl jyis " THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor. KIKKbVtLLE. - FRIDAY MISSOU1M. MAY 25, 1888L K'IRKSVILLE R. K.TIME TABLE Wabash Time Car'1 OD'SO SOUTH. Man if .V x. m I SU Irtais xpr4 Jiil r. M .No. J No. 22 No. 56 Ijocal Frciel.t l.OO r. it Through Freight 11:15 x. m GOING NORTH. o. 7 St. Paal Exprcs" No. 3 Mail N. 21 iocil Freight No.D7 Throagh Friecht No. 7, 97, 8 and 9S daily. Other duly except Sunday. 1(7 an dl5 do not carry rcnj:c!s. Q. 0. & K. C. Line. 4:2$ X. V. ::; r. m. 11:15a. J! EAST. Mail And Expre nrrives 7u"iCa.jj Freight arrives 12J0r. k WEST. Mail and Eiprt? arrive 7:30 r.M Feright arrives 12:40 p. M GRAPHICS. Tinsman for photographs. Remember the 'Fourth o July' meeting at Masonic Hall to-nght Neapolitan braid and an elegant line of trimmings at C. AY. Fow lers John Pervino sold a fine horse to P. M. Smith AYednesday for $150. llemember "Mack" the barber round the corner. He always gives satisfaction. Kir...

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 May 1888

mmmmmmmmmmmmmm IF -a-w-.3W'seBt;Pi3K'''tf',!WViSE 'F5CS'- -c - 'tvtgrfF!r-49mi9,, TTf'B I . h I fc ' U I r.i ife ai ! f 1 Planting Potatoes. The potato is one oE tlio impor tant ciopa of the farm, and ono which muter rrdinarily favorable circumstances can ho f,rown with jib little trouble as the avorago of ci ops. Within the past fow yoarn, p- f-inco the advontof the. Colorado 1 eeth', cultivation has been at tended with more trouble because of the extia labor required to de btroy tho beetles or their Inrvsn. The last season was an unfaorable beason because of a blight that largely affected the crop, reduc ing it in the aggregate amount ory muche With proper care potatoes can bo grown upon almost any soil that is reasonable dry, and that is possessed of fa r fertility, although a sandy loam is usually preferable. This vege table will usually succeed fully as well and probably better upon a soil that has been devoted to pas turage for some time. It seems to thrive best when obtaining...

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

r-f?:s7"T". '" " GRAPHIC o 1-50 ?er Aanum KIRKSVILLE MISSOTJKI, FRIDAY, JUNE ,1 ISSS. VOL IX. NO. 7 te Tm TT if 7 IT T 7 Li Li 1x4 1 j I LOVE IS BEST. VIRGINIA r. KOULE. The apple-boughs, heavy with fragrant, snowy clusters of bud and blossom swayed languidly to and fro, bending over and anon to touch with loving caress the fresh young check of the slender, grace ful girl who stoo.l within their shade, her brown hair blown into a pretty profusion of curlinc rings by f lint, soft gusts of the evening wind. She looked very fair and tsDUCL US HUe SIXMJU IlgUIUbk UlUli flowering background, just the girl for a man to taki to his heart in admiring love and trust which would never be broken , and the loyal heart of the honest young fellow coming hurriedly through theStender green of the meadow to meet her, gave an additional throb of joyful anticipation as he has tened onward to the trysting tree. There had been doubt and a vague shadow of fear in his heart, for he has already put his fat...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 1 June 1888

rJ??5w3'5r5ri S;S55':f5ll5!W'S?S:"',-9 -.r' 7r. " nm?i " r "$j-." " w-- zz- t . f1 K 1 K R tt 1 ft 11 fo HIE WEEKLY GR PHIC T. . Sublette. Proprietor, K.JIIKSVILLE . - . MISSOURI. FRIDAY JUNE J.18S3. REPpqLlCAK STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR ELBERT E. KIMBALL, o Vernon County l-OR LIEUTENANT OOVERXOR, GERGE W. WALLACE, of Howard County. FOR TREASURER, A. B. FROWEIN, of Henry County. TOR SECRETARY OF STATE, FRED. W. MOTT, of St Louis. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL L. L. BRIDGES, of Pettis county. FOR AUDITOR, GEORGE TV. MARTIN, of Linn County. FOR KEGISTER OF LANDS, JONH H. CHASE, of Iron County. FOR JUDGE SUPREME COURT, JAMES S. BOTSEORD, of Jackson County. FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER, B. V. YEDDER, of Pottis county. For Judges Court of Appeals Western District, II. H. HARDING, of Jnsper county. J. P. LEWIS of Atchison County, CROSBY JOHNSON, of Caldwell County. Governor R. A. Alger, of Michigan, donated $500 to the Hood sufferers of Quincy. The leud and zinc miners of Mie&ouri will not suppor...

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 June 1888

w Brvw''4?'i!5iFff F--Tr'-Vrfr-H.jS' JfXfrjl 8i - ' i?aj;7sTfr50gr J;: V 1 3 T-HE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor. hlKKSVII.!.fi, - - - -MISSOURI. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1838. 1 KIRKSVILLE R. R. TIME TABLE V'abash Time Card GDIKO SOUTH. o I Mail iO fts a. m .Sj S St. Ijoci Exrros 11:37 r. m X. 2! Local Frpicht 1.00 r. si o.20 Through FrcisM 1!:I5a. m GOIMJ NORTH. o. 7 SU l'anl Eiprefu -.-2S a. v. Ko.3 Mail Attiv. M. V. 21 IxxsU Freicht :is r. m. jfo.97 Through Frio eht 1 1 :15a. u So. 7, 97, S and 1S daily. Oiher' daily except Siindaj. 37 nnd 'J S Jo not curry rii"-cni;crp. Q, 0. & K. C. Line. EAST. ... I Mall and txpre-s am e 7:Ma.m Freisht arrives 1'2-Mr.x WEST. Mail and Express arrives 7:30 r.u Ferizht arrives 12:40 r. M GRAPHICS. Tinsman for photographs. Parcells for photogrnphs and frames. Prof. Anderson of LaBelle, spent a few day in Kirksville this week. Jacob Sevits of Sublette has had his name placed on the pen sion rolls. Ten to twelve inches of rain is reported to ...

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 June 1888

JTJSi, W -BSj f -ftl Ip ;. "t jwLjiH9:'"' vJrw -;fji?- -- tJV?' ,! i -j--.- -jv v - i I 1 I 4 f i I L U li . i -C The ,Value of Good Roads. The following extract is taken from a paper read before tho Con necticut State Agriculturist Society by Prof. "W. II. Brewer on "The Oarryingof Farm Products," and published iu the annual mport of tho State Board. Good roads are one of the first essentials for a high civilization. It has been so in all ages, it h so now. There can ba no great nation iuiIphs it lias means of intercourse between its parts, and the very fact that railroads now offer easy means of traveling and hansrortation for great distances, ghes new impor tance to the local highway that lie between tho farm and tho rail way, or the farm and tho town. "Tho Romans built great roads as they extended their empire and their dominion. They were a military necessity, but they had their other usesjind w ei e a gioat factor in civilizing the people they conquered. And when Home fell, 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. — 8 June 1888

PPBMPppwMMWMgg!!jif!wip 'ifi ' er -7 titfis-tf WEEKLY GRAPHIC 1-50 Per Annum KIRKSV1LLE MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1888. VOL IX. NO. 8 I A I " iJr 1H 5 KIRKSViLLE CARDS. ECLECTIC FHYSWIAN AND SUUG-EON Will a'.len 1' rll day or .night In town anil country. CSOiTX' sss AM) DISEASES OF "WOMEN AND CHILDREN A SPECIALTY OFFICE Over Hope's Grocery store. Keel dene? iu Mollis property, northeast part o 1 town, jjipugite residence of Jndqe t'ands. J. w. Martin FHYSICIAU AND SURGEON, Office With Dr. Burton, West Side Square P. f. QBKKXaul), W. D. OLSHAV. GREENWOOD OLDHAM. ATTORNEY AT LAW, KHUSSTILLK, ... MlRSOUZX, OFFICE Oposlte I'ost Office, over Dr Gobca ml Morrow's office, CANFORD SNYDER, (Successor to T. C. HARRIS) JUSTICE OF THE PEACE CONVEYANCER, REAL ESTATE AND TAX PAYING AGENT AH claim proecnteil before the depart ment at Washington. Original pension claims will receive special nttenlion, and Increase of Pension's will be made a special tj. SMITH & PATTERSON, Real Estate, Tax-Payin...

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