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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 October 1888

u Sk W I w THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. Sublette. Proprietor. KIRKSVILLE - - - MISSOURI. -i FRIDAY OCT. 20, 1SSS. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. For l"reidcnt HKXJAMIX HARRISON, oflndiana. For VIc President. 1.KVI 1 MORTOX, of Sew York. STATE T1CKL Vor Got rrnor F.I.RF.RTK. K1M1I.VU.. For IJeutenant Governor. liKOUGK W. WAI.I.ACK. For Treasurer. A. It. FROWKI.V, Vor Secretary of Mule, FRKI. W. MOTT, Vor Attornev General J.. L. RRiDGKS. For Auditor. GKORGKW. MAUTIN. Vor ISrelntrr of J-inds, JOIIX1I. CHAsF., Forjudge Supreme Court, jamkss. iioisvonn, For Railroad Commissioner, II. W. VKDMKK. For Juges Court of Appeals Western District II. H. HARDING .1. 1. LhWIS CROSRY JOII.N'SOK. Vor Congress .S. G. 11KOCK, cfilncon Citj. Tor Stnto Senator J. M. McCALL. COUNTY TICKET. Vor Representative J. W.IlAVln. I'rotecntlne Attorney JOHN W. JOHNSTON. Collector JACOR .SANDS. Sheriff GKO. V. MlI.UAMS. Assessor A. C. ROW1.1SON. Trinsnrer 1IIKO.JIRIUIIAM. ConntvSurvcyor Sir.IirUNlIAI.I-. Coroner JOHN WAUDI...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 October 1888

(IE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. t- SUBIjEiI ' 6J rropnevor. J5KSVIU.E. - -v - MISSOURI FRIDAY OCT. 2C,18S8. ! KIRKSVILLE R. R. TIME TABLE. Wabash Timo Card COIKO SOUTH. 10 r.l i. m lluW r. m 12.40 v. i: !l:,V A. si g St. Loni Express vTy2 local Freight JvPS TliroaKli Frcicht $s.P5 GOING XORTH. St l'anl EjjircfP :: Vrii I SB r. jf -:13 r. 5. 'J:5T A. M vT!l IjOoJ freisht VsST Tlironch Friciclit niirs daily oicept Sunday. J- and 1 carry passengers between "jjobcrlynndKirksviIIoon Sundny only. Geo. Ccmmiso, Aot. Q. 0. & K. C. Line. I EAST. 5sfl and Express arrivss 7:."Ca. m freight arrives 12M r. m WEST. jjgfl and Express arrives 7:30 r.it FericM arrives 12:40 r. M GRAPHICS. Tinsman for Photographs. Sparc ribs and fresh sansage at Nichols. City Meat Market 1st dcor south of Post office. Go to Mr. Leech's for every thing in the millinery line. Kirksville Roller Mills will pay the highest prices for wheat Another car of Lime just re ceived at D. Tuttle & Son, $1.00 per bbl. Don't buy your ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 October 1888

g-"i-" "V-V 13 tf-Ar'' "- "AC , W -a"!- S-!$ " JS-H'- ' kfef-'-Wir'"':?i''&?JS' -s""J-'' Fl r fc. CLEANINGS. A contributor to thft Rural Now Yorker early Inst spring under took to rai60 potatoes at the rate o seven hundred bushels per acre by planting them in trenches. Thesetreuchcs were eight inches deep and one foot wide. The bot tom of the trench was looseued with n prong hoe, and the cut tubers were laid one foot apart in the row. Then a Ihin layer of coil was placed over them and a dressing of sulphur added to dis courage thi cut worm. IMapaes' potatoo fertilizer, SSO pounds per acre, was placed below the pota toes and the same amount above. A few weeks ago the crop, in five rows each thirty-three feet long and three feet apait, was harvest ed. The first row yielded at the rate of (JS1 bushels to the acre, the second at the rale of 603 bushels, the third at the late of 1,070 bushels, the fourth 290 bushels, and the fifth '253 bushels, the en tire plot yielding at the late o...

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

lMHHHHHH(IfMflMMRil 5iSSFje5Spw8ns'w GRAPHIC o 1.50 "Per Annum KIRKSV1LLE MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1888 VOL 12. 2T0. 2S WEEKLY 1 B I J McCARTY, M. D. ECLECTIC PHYSICIAH AND SURGEON Will attend call day or night In town ani country. CHRONIC DISEASES AND DISEASES OF WOMEN and Children A Specialty OFFICK-Oxcrllopp1! Grocery Store. HesI Tlence In IIoll.s properly, northeast part of Aiti,vjiuBuu ieafucnccoi.iuugc frands. Jm W. MARTIN, M.D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE-Wlth Dr. Burton, eat side Square. I". F. Greenwo d. t9"' Vl'-v- Oldliam. GREENWOOD & OLDHAM, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Kirksville, - Missouni. OFFICE Oposltc Post Office, oer l)r. Gobens oflice. gANFORD SNYDER, Successoi to T. C. Harris. tustice ol the Peace & Conveyancer REAL ESTATE AND TAX PAYING AGENT All claims prosecuted before tlm department at Washington. Original pension claims will receive special attention, and increase of Pensions will lie made a specialty. Smith Patterson, Real Estate, Tax.Paymg AND INSUR...

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

p. 1 I' i I 1 l : i : THE WEEKU GRAPHIC T. E. Subletto. Proprietor. KIRKSVTLLE - - MISSOURI. 3 . FRIDAY NOV. 2, 1SSS. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. Fur I'rcaldent RENMAMIX HARRISON, or I mil an a. For Vice President. LEVI 1. MORT'IX. of New York. STATE T1CKE. For Governor EI.REUTK. K1MIIALL. For Lieutenant Governor. GEORGE W. WALLACE. For Treasurer. A. II.FROWEIX, Fir Secretary of State, FRED. W. MOTT, For Atlornev General L. L. IIIUDUES. For A ndl tor. GEORGE W. MARTIN. For Register of Lands, JOHN' 11. CHASE, Forjudge, Supreme Court. JAMES S. JSOTsFORD, ForRallroad Commissioner, II. W.VEDDER. For Jngcs Court of Appeals Western District II. II. HARDING j. r. lkwis CKOSIIV JOHNSON. For Congress h.G. 1SUOCIC, of Macon. City. For Stato Senator J. M. McCALL. COUNTY TICKET. For Representative J. W. DAVIS. Prosecuting Attoracr .JOHN W. JOHNSTON. Collector JACOJvSANDS. Sheriff GEO. F. WILLIAMS. Aficf-sor A. C. ROWL1SOX. Triasurer THEO.RIIIGHAM. Countyfcuncjor STEPHEN HALL. Coroner JOHN WADDI...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 2 November 1888

p IH-1 1 '4r THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor. KIKKSVIU.E, - - - MISSOURI FRIDAY NOV. 2,18SS. KIRKSVILLE R. R. TIME TABLE. Wabash Time Card co:ko POUTH. Nj. i. Mrjl 10 M A. M No.s St. Lon: Eipre WMv. M No. 22 Local Treieht 12.10 r. si No. '.iS Through freight '.:.". k. m GOING NORTH. No. 7 St l'aul Express 3:54 i. v No. 3 Mail i--Cv. at. Ne. 21 Local Freicht J.15 r. a . No.'J7 Through trie jcht U.5ja.m o. 7,37, S and 113 daily. OUiers daily except Sunday. 07 aud lis carry rutenccrs between Moberly and Kirksvillo on Sunday only. Gno. Cummin o, A or. Q. 0. & K. C. Line. EAST. Mail and Express arrives 7:."Ga.m freight zi nTes V2M p. m WEST. Mail and Express arrives 7:30 r.M Fericht arrives 12:40 l M GRAPHICS. Tinsman for Photographs. The first term of the formal closes next week. The new firm of Turner & Love will win success as they deserve to do. Another car of Lime just re ceived at D Tuttlo t Son's, $1.00 per bbl. Judge Sands will speak at Ru ral Dell, West Sal...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 2 November 1888

ft i 5tf f f U GLEANINGS. Characoal and lime, says n writer in tho Southern Farm, play a very important part in tho management of. fowls, whether bred in a fan cier's yard or n fnrni , "Charcoal should ho liberally fed, for no one thing is more conducive to health than this. It should be broken in to lumps and put where tho fowls can get at it, mid they cat it with great relish. I havo fed ind seen it fed to pigs with tho very best results, aud thoso who treated to it were never troubled with disease or sickness, wnuo neighboring ones were. This helps to prove its value, not only for swine, but for fowls. Whero tho birds aro kept in confinement, it is a good plan to keep a liough in a sheltered place, full of small bits of char coal, and tho fowls will soon learn to help themselves." Experiments recently made by Prof. Sclmbeler, a Norwegian plant-geographer, confirm the be lief that most plants produce much lurgor and heavier heeds in high northern latitudes than in those farther so...

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 November 1888

r-:ir r I W L ', GRAPHIC tit o 1.50 Per Annum KIRKSV1LLE MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1888 VOL IX. NO. 30 4. WEEKL Y h h Ji ge. ms k :. . 1 4 A 1 JMcOARTY,M. D. ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Will attend calls day or night in town and country. CHRONIC DISEASES AND DISEASES OF WOMEN and Children A Specialty OFFICE Over Hope's Grorerv Store. Kesl ience in HolLs proptrty. iiorthYnst part of "l wj'Ivdim; icsiui-iKUUl iJUUgC canilb. J WMAETIN,M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE-Wlth Dr. ItuTton, wtst bide Square. I'. F. Greenwo.d. W. D. Oldham. GREENWOOD & OLDHAM, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Kirksville, - Missouri. OFFICE Oposlto Tost Office, OTer Dr. uouena oracu. gANFORD SNYDER, Successoi to T. C. Harris lustice of the Peace & Conveyancer REAL ESTATE AND TAX PAYING AGENT AH claims prosecuted before the department at Watiinpton. Original pension claims will receive special attention, and increase of pensions will be made a specialty. SMITH fc PATTERSON, Real Estate, Tax.Paymg AND INSURAN...

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 November 1888

wWIf5S JaB&fi1? Trp u k ! t U i i si i t THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. Sublette. Proprietor. KlItKSVILLE . - MISSOURI. FRIDAY NOV. 9, 188S. The man of destiny Laa met his destiny. There is no doubt that Tex as has gone democi atic The price gh real estate is al ready advancing iu Missouri. Henceforth our stato will be known as Grand Old Missou ri. In "Warner's district a Dem ocratic Congressman is probably elected. Adair county has greatly increased her Republican majority over any preceding year. The news of Harrinon's election has caused a general up ward movement in stocks. Polk township reduced her Democratic majority, and will be in the Republican column next time. "American markets for American products" was the win ning motto in the Campaign just closed. Harrison did not carry Missouii, but ho makes it a doubt ful state in future Presidential elections. Before another week passes E. E. Kimball will be more widely known than the President of the United States. Clay township rol...

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 November 1888

ifliS !"V- iV"vs ,V'j 4'r- i-? 3?"r-?s?Fri; rCSEr- --J1 W f0t-Jt ' Jryjs&Sinrprfi 5y!5rrr7p5s-5? THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor. KIRKSVII.I.K, ... MISSOURI FRIDAY NOV. 9,1888. K1RKSVILLE R. R. TIME TABLE. Wabash Time Card GOING SOOTH. So. Mull .No. 8 fit. Ixrai Express So. 22 IxkhI Freight No. .3 Thnrach Freight GOING SOUTH. .No. " St. 1'nol Kxprw So. 3 Mnil S..21 IxsilFrdRht No.97 Through Freight 10 M a. 11 llifli V. it V1.W r. m J:SR A. a 3:-l A. m. ti'.'l I'. K. -Mir. a. 'J.5.r.i..u ho. 7, 7, b nnd im drill. Othrm daily ctcupt duudny. JC nml lr carry afengcr ltrtnecn MoLcrJyntiilKtrkiivilloon Huudnr only. (Jr.o. CcitMi.su, Aiit. Q. 0. & K. C. Line. EAST. Mnil nnd Kiprii4 nrriven f'reixhl srnvca 7;Ma.m ll.VOr. WEST. Moil sod KxproM arrlvo Ftrfctit nrrlvwi 7:S0 r.M 12:40 . M GRAPHICS. Tinsninn for Photographs. Tarnor it Lovo want your pro duce. J. 1'. MC8ICK ib on tlio sick list this week. Bert Miller will play "Truo Blue" nt tlio Opera House four nights next...

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 November 1888

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmtmmmmm Sfc'-lM' fJ'-"-VCW JW ?i12to 2iJlrtl'A; 2iueSXStr?: i Z i-;.SSs.H .. -. T, i Vv . ? j .''.-... " t (T. ...i .. V. . ,;,.... "' , . te- I! If II ! 1 i i pAi FRUIT IN CELLARS. X ifotrospondeiit o the New ISiirIbucI Farmer hns the followhip advico to offer on the subject of the storngo o fruit iu cellnrs: "Wnp n the late apples and pears are first gathered they aro hard and inedible, but soon after thoy aro stored away important changes take place in tiicm. Thoy become mellow and juicy, the change taking place slowly or rapidly, according to the temperature of the place where the fruit is kept. Por the sake of the fruit it is de sirable that tho change should take placo slowly, for tho fruit thus ripened always proves su perior to that whoso maturity has. been forced by a warmer temper ature. Tho warmer the room the faster will the apples and pears ripen, and for this reason it is desirable that tho temperature should be kept at only a few de grees above tho f...

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 November 1888

-r?: -T 7 T7--TrTTT"rT S''lllfmfWKWKMIt WEEKLY GRAPHIC y c 1.50 Per ATitmin KIIiKSVlLLE MfSSOURf, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER U5, ISSS VOL 12. SO. 31 TUrf- ! II NlMWg: IllIM .ter-iv , v ,-..,.,,.,.. ..-t . i II I t ;j 4 w V r HORHOKISH UNVEILED OB The Grimes olttie "DamVes. BY HENRY DALE. "iatfcor i "Batsmen and Cattle Kiccs" The Cbejesae OaibreaV." "SSudoinn a Shaiiow," etc et-. Copyxtnl by Yankee BUde &n4 Icblih. til by Stwcial Arr&nccmcnt With Thai Piper. CHAPTER XXL He rose to bis feet, and Lis saf fron skin flashed and whitened by turns, while his long, cbw like fingers convulsively clutched the air as if in pain. Ola, with indiscnbable horror depicted on her fair face, sat gaz ing in stony silence at the man before her. She wa3 not wholly from nndcr that mesmeric spell. She felt her fingers still tingling as if the pulsations had been tem porarily suspended. Eldpi Drew took a step towards her, his frame trembling with powerful emotions, which he was unable to control. "Ola, Ola, ...

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 November 1888

THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. Sublette, Proprietor. KinKSVIIiliK - MISSOURI. FRIDAY NOV. 10, 18SS, Tho Republican campnigu bauner of 1892 will linvo several additional stars. Missouri hns received more extended and favorable mention from tho eastern press, sinco tho election of a week ngo, than sho lms in nil tho years of hor previ ous existence. Tho voters of Adai r county showed their appreciation for tho splendid work douo by Judgo Tolcr when tho gavo mm a majority many fold greater than his ma jority of two years ngo. Tho editor of tho Demo crat threntons to join tho Prohibi tion party. If ho does this the Democrats will have two sources of consolation they save Sheeks nnd get rid of Chappell. Tho total number of immi grants that arrived at tho pcrts of tho United States from tho princi pal foreign countries, except from tho Dominion of Canada nnd Mexico, during tho first nine months of the year 1SSS, was 132.S02, against 111 2G2 during the same period of last year. A part of the Kan...

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 November 1888

SBC iaa!sfe HBWT'SaSaaaSEM'ilSSSStM'''!? HT 3 - - T - TV VK C r- U- i 1 f 1 THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. EL SUBLETTE, Proprietor. KIRKSVirXE, ... MISSOURI FRIDAY NOV. 1G, 1SSS. KIRKSVILLE R. R. TIME TABLE. Wabash Timo Card GOING SODTH. Nj. 2 Mail 10 W a. it No. S Si- Lorn Express 11:W) r. m No. 22 IjocjU Freight li.40 r. it No. OS Through Freight U:V5 i. it GOING NORTH". jo. 7 St l'aul Express 3:W . m. No. 3 Mail 4::r. ii. N. 21 Local Freight J:15 r. S. Xa.97 Through Fricight D.55 A. St Ntw. 7, 37, S atul Us ilnil-. Other JmIj except Sunday. 87 and t's carry passengers between Moberly R'I Ktrksvillo on Sunday only. Geo. Cuiisiino, Aot. Q. 0. & K. C. Line. EAST. Mail and Express arrives 7:56 a. m Freight irnves 12:Mr. m WEST. Mail and Express arrives 7:30 r.si Feright arrives 12:40 r. M GRAPHICS. Tinsinan for Photographs. Tarner it Love want your pro duce. Excellent street crossings are being put in at each corner o the square. We call attention to the card of Dr. Henshaw which appears ...

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 November 1888

r ;''"" 4 &. t m t -" 'i . i ' i ' ' o i . i t. i lutco' - 1 i "" . I THE POULTKY HOUSE. The main point to be observed, when constructing n poultry house, is to secure as much space on the iloor as possible, and to avoid too wide a roof. The object is to save expense, ns the root is the most costly part o the house, vhi'o the real value depends upon tho men on the iloor in propoition to total cost. Huiidiccls vt desigus o poultry houses have been illustrated and published, but, unfortunately, each individ ual has certain preforeuces which prevent perfect unanimity in con structing them on tho most favorable plana. It is easy to have all agree upon one common plan of a dwelling houso for humans as for fowls. Tho climate, Foil, breeds, and space are nil con sidered when making the designs. No matter v hat kind of a poul try house may be preferred the fact must not "bo overlooked that during n great portion of the winter, when tho snow is on the ground, the fowls must keep con line...

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 November 1888

PtSyt .Ifew1'41 i.ss'flw&sbA m$ i f --s J3m?4 ssvmTp 1 iMfc-jti rjfjTi: ci , "-piirrr-y-Jii?ni'ys-c' it!.'j,:A"-t' '' It " ; - WEEKLY GRAPHIC 1.50 Per Annum KIRKSV1LLE MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 183S 3. VOL ZZ. 270. 32 HJI U K mi J MORMONISM UNVEILED. on Ttve Grimes ottve Danvtes. BY HENRY DALE, "An Jior if Boomers and Cattle Kmpi," The Chcjenne OatbreaJr," "Shadowing a Shadow," etc etc Copjrchted by Yankee BUde an 1 Publish ed bj Siwcial Arrangement With That Paptr. CHAPTER XXV. Paul Markham started to his feet with a half suppressed cry. For a moment he clasped his hand upon his brow, as if he felt an intense 'Spain there, Mid then in a voice full of the wildest emotions, he cried: "Oh, my God, can this be true?' "It is true,' Jennie avowed. "Had you not been blinded with jealous rage, you mnst have seen that Ola Hyde was under some strange influence." "She was she was, I see it all now! Oh Ola, Ola, true, true to me to the last, when I have spent a whole night in cursing ...

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 November 1888

lillPpllilll " T S THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. K. Sublette. Proprietor. K1RKSVILLE - - MISSOURI FRIDAY NOV. 23, 1SSS. Tho majority in tlie next IIouso is cerUiiuly fivo and proba bly nine Senator Sherman says thnt James G. Blaine will bo the next Secretary of State. The English pi ess is rather hitter in its comments upon tho result of the late election. Both parties claim the elec tion in West Virginia, but it is quite probable than the Republi cans have carried tho state by a small majority. .From tho tone of tho Demo- c atic press it would seem that tho Democratic party ib only waiting for an invitation to go over in a body and join the Prohibitionists. In 1S7G Missouri gave a Democratic majority of -15,000; in 18SS Francis lacks more than 5,000 of having a majority and has n plurality of less than 14,000. "What will it be in 1892? ' At least fivo new states will be admited into the union before another presidential election takes place. They will be Republican states and will have not...

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 November 1888

- --- mmmmmsm AftStf-es j5rsw?iss wmmsmmmmmmmmmmmm liilPlSOT issvmgmmmmampyiii 0 THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUtfLETTE, Proprietor. KIRKSVH.T.E. ... MI880UIU FRIDAY NOV. 23, 1888. KIRXSVILLE R. K.TIME TABLE. Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH. So 2 Mail 10 r A. M ( Jo. SL lonm tiprees lUV) r. 11 I No. ?2 lxxal Freight 12.40 r. it No. US ihroush freight U:.v i. m GOING NORTH. No. 7 St. l'nnl Express Ko.3 Mail X. 21 Local Freight No.97 Through Frieij;ht Ko. 7. 97. 8 and !S dally. H:5I a. . 4SB r. M. -:15 r. a. 3Ari A. M Others daily except riunday. 37 and 1'3 cany pancnccru between Mobcrlynnd Kirksville on Sunday only. Geo. Cuumi.no, Aot. Q. 0. & K. C. Line. EAST. Mail and Express nrrives Freight arrives WEST. Moil and Express arrives FeriRht arrives 7'iGa.m V2-Mr.K 7:30 r.M 12:40 r. M GRAPHICS. Tinsmau for Photographs. Tamer fc Lovo want your pro duce Sheriff Kinnear put new side walks around his residence this week. Fine beef, pork, and mutton at the city meat market J. H. Hogan Propriet...

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 November 1888

rr naiMawwMW KJ.eis?rajaJ!K.ir4iK.jsy,i! ssaE-vwsoar-' -? - - ' -- - -- tf; fRHSIH e: - t-" xzrmim6 .'Hf 1 Hints About Horecs. The following from Medical Classics, should bo read and prized by horsemen: It costs more to keep n poor horse than it does to keep a good one. Change the feed for your Lories often enough to make them relish it Improper feeding is the cause of nbo out of ten cases of sickness among horses. Every time you worry your horses you shorten their lives and days of usefulness. Sweat and dust cause the horse's shoulders to gall. So do poor, ill-fitting collars. The temperature of water for horses is not so much of an object as the purity of it. AVhilo it is best to have the water cool, it is more important to hav5 it free from al) impurities. Glares in foal should have exer cise and moderate work, and under no circumstances should they be subjected to harsh treatment, nor should they ever bo allowed to go where they would be in danger of being frightened. The horse ...

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 November 1888

fetroAks&as&adaBffisaj&i Sg7S!!P irl l l GRAPHIC 1 1 .50 Per Annum KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1888 VOL 12. NO. 33 si J PfHipSWIilisssfPs WEEKLY i & 5 r ? - i '3 i McCARTY, M. 1 ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON "Will attend call day or night In town and country. CHRONIC DISEASES AND DISEASES OF WOMEN and Children A Specially OFFICE Over Ilopt's Grocery Store. Reti cence In lloll.e riropert, northeat jiart cl own, opposite residence of . Judge Snd. J W. MARTIN, M.D.,; PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICII-With Dr. liurton, west side Square. I. F. Greenwo d. V D. Oldharu. GREENWOOD fe OLDHAM, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Kirksville, - Missouri. OFFICE Opositc Tost Office, OTer Dr. Cohens office. gANFOED SNYDER, Succetsoi to T. C. Harris. tustice of the Peace & Conveyancer REAL ESTATE AND TAX PAYING AGENT AH claims prosecuted before th department at Washington. Original pension claims -will receive 6).ecial attention, and increase of pensions will be made a specialty. SMI...

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