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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 March 1881

i I u i i Z AX UAtVELCUME VISIJPJL Gen S ey was in many resncrl a insular oM man but for all this he was noble trnc liwted and pcnrou Tlioujrli only V Iiu bad survived lit vriiband lin cliildron and was alone in the world uiiK two rival nephew who were contending for the 100000 the general had to leave when he died miit be reirdcd as the of bis piliimaKC They rerteinly wire very devoted tohiinanddid everything for lib confortexcept to love and cs tfeni him The existence of a 100000 is a sad dainNruMin any feelinp of ditinter citness which pious heirs desire to ex hibit lohn Sidney and Joseph llovks no doubt tried to lie difriutere ted and if be had been a poor man they might ha e found it quite easy to do bO They were ouin and loth members of the elmrch If they tried to lovo each oth er in obediance to tlie divine command they did not siuxeerl very well for ev en a Miperiirial olw rvcr misflit have teen through the shallow protestation ofaffecton Gen Sidney was not a very close ob 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 March 1881

The Graphic has bizhr aims than to be merely a corporation or town The sun is getting high enough to limber up snow drifts Let er slide as the man said tthen his wife fell on the ice Five pound of apple parings will make one pound of sugar Dont give em awaj Poor Harry Hunter will fish no more upon the stage The hook that caught him was baited with death Or Croll says that this earth is over 3 000600 years old cut he cant prove it by the wrinkles on a cows horn The ave age time consumed by men in buying hats is seven minutes The average time of the other sex is 177 minutes Philadelphia asks a woman who re mained over night at one of her hotels to return and pack up the four chil dren she thoughdessly left behind her Ddrinc the last twelve years twenty- one American rirls have traded off their good looks and their fathers mon ey for empty European titles The Boston Post knows of a woman who has had five divorces She had better marry outside of Boston if she ever expects to have a lova...

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 March 1881

The Weekly Graphic IKJMSWITXAM Pub lToyr KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI WMGILL Editor FRIDAY MARCH nth 1881 This Issue Of thcWeekly Graphic presents its usual variety of interesting matter Onourfirst pace will be found epitonl notes on current tonics- our regular article on the current Sunday acnool lesson prepared specially tor our readers extracts from exchanges news from surrounding counties and from the state at large and miscella neous news and items Our editorial and local pages in ad dition to the regular news presents a report of the county court local hap penings political articles on live questions etc Our inside races preseut a mass of literary and news matter of great in terest and scope Nasby letter Hints for the dairy A story for the children Foreicn gossip the inaugural of PresidentGarfield Hays last veto message in full Legislative and con gressional proceedings and an excel ent news summary Look the paper over and see if it is not what we claim forit 4e best family paper in no...

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 March 1881

jhc Weekly Graphic Swetka Proprietor uiiedBislMSS Locals 10 cents per Line tjr coil ditrount Mr addltiunnl Insertions jyr Annum In advance 1J0 TrsTW RTE laoJ cturi clrcnU ttoa at time of contract For term rstt oatesttc apply W ix Iacing Fditor Sandav was anicediy for prome Mmp and smoking cicars Somebody oupJrf to start a coal and VW yard next summer County court was in session Monday ind Tuesday m The Western Theater Troupe is play scjn Milan this week Thompson of Lallata has bought the Democrat press 3nd we presume the Hoae Press will le enlarged Dr McLean of St Louis bas receiv ed n order for sample of his new r ns for army use from the Sultan of nrley We have not been called girafic or akly graphic with a little g for so keg we are getting lonesome If sufficient encouragement is offered tie Dmix Graphic will be enlarged to twice its present size and delivered reg nlirlr at ct per week What do you S2T It nay have been the style at Jpffcr oa Gty a few years Mnce to slick the iair ...

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 March 1881

J Fearful Written for the CrnpMc1 If the love of money is the root of all evil which I think no one will de ny oh how fearful the fact that so lew there are in all the land who have not this root planted flows deep in their hearts This is whv the common sett timent of our country seems to have no moral standard apart from inonev This is why to many mcu have no prin ciples thatare not in market Minis- teis of the Kospel will throw themselves on the market and the congregation that bids the highest pay most money will pet them I do not say tint all will do this but the exceptions are small At Bible Grove Scotland coun ty 1 heaid a minister say Every preacher is worth just what he will bring in market but there weie no bids for him There are other men who for money will screen the guilty from justice and cause innoc pnt men to suifer for the crimes of others They will preTent witnesses from telling the truth or be wilder their minds and twist their words to make them represpnt as true ...

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 March 1881

WEEKLY a 4 T - mj - J SWETXAMT Publisher EDITORIAL NOTES Sm KPU before last ten barges containing ninety five car loads or 65 bashels of vheat started from 5l Louis to Europe by the water route jav Gould had a finger in it and per- hsps it means something and a big thing at that for the future great The English goemment declines to appoint commissioners to the inter national monetary conferaence except Kith the distinct understanding that she shall not be bound by the decision of that tribunal The supreme court of Colorado has decided that real estate can be sold subject to conditions At Colorado Serines lots were sold on condition that no intoxicating liquors should ev er be manufactured or vended on them A case was taken to the supreme court n hlch dec5dedthe conditionto be valid and that its violation forfeited the tide Sunday night at ten oclock the fine steamer James Howard just ar rived from New Orleans caught fire it the St Louis levee and soon was moped in a mass of flames S...

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

ft r Xke Weekly Graphic DScJHSwBTXAM i Pub A lropr KIRK8VI1LE MIS80UM WMUILL Editor FRIDAY MARCH 18th 1881 THIS ISSUE I he Weekly Graphic this week perhaps contains more reading mat ter and a greater variety of news than any paper in Northern Missouri Our first page contains Editorial Notes neighborhood news state news extracts trom exchanges and current items The Sunday school matter is not given as the present week is re view in all the schools un our editorial ana local pages comments news items locals person als and the late markets will be found together with reports lrom our corres pondentsfrom various points Our inside pages contain a choice variety of matter suitable for the family circle A weekly summary of events late news items legislative summary brief sketches of the new cabinet ag ricultural and scientific items poetry and stories for the young folks and good reading for all Look the paper over carefully and recommend it to your neighbors As the time for the municipal ...

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 March 1881

yjte Weekly Graphic nM StTXAM - - Prorrietor 2JrilHhtu LkiIs U cuts t Ue Jjljrrcnt di oounl Tor additional Insertion srsscniori02r - p JLpanmtln advance k LJT tlM rtlmiMi Rite bam d on actual circuit m at time of contract For terms rtl Jtr etc appJ ti W M filLl Managlnp Editor idvice to correspondents to tha Grhic -boil it dow n March mud and misery go Remember Prof Swallows lecture tic normal this eveninc n regular subscribers to the John W Jones of Winters ville com nitted on Sunday last by himself through the brain with a mclver Mr Jones was in Kirksville on hi road home from Chicago on Tinr dav ol last week He was a proninent and well known stock man mi firmer Thue have ben twenty presidents of tie United States and says the Far mers Bevie w only three of them have mentioned agriculture in The three thus distin nudied from the other seventeen are Wellington Haves and Garlield NEW BABIES John Kean of misplace was made saremely happy Wednesday morning 1 the advent of a boy Taesday...

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 March 1881

ft I 1 s IBWIgl Industrial ltcniJ Ilie Enclisli coloiiiss in Plymouth county Iowa own twelve thousand s heepand have reccntk imjwrted Jrom Em land two hundred1 mostly Cots- wolds and Southdown Thhtwn plan- for the ruw Mate cap tnt jit Austin Texas Wn -Mined Tie Austin Surc mui s y that tli y ii tw f im ivl iion Jiiioiiliii Illinois Ktittuckj Tcniies oo c vfi a 1 fitn sjyrol tiuv ii Tev as An K fjinn tiiiiit the- ioiid ol the lour tlioiiiNiiid li ad of umv uiifti Sell wJumi irciitti tin iiniui of iMin ionl Av luid it 2 M1 lH tisriWiitrinn nf in ivJ in Mjriiij rii tVciiijr it it sax 7ll MllHTKll tlllt till- tfran in lritirs rvr viii iiii fJ i t vti t7JS7 l u licu and iliit jlt ri 7W jiaul ii vt if tirn 11 d mirlvfitnu Iivniir WMKM hitiIit ty irv 4wnt jvr inuli ol The OAjwritnent of irriiMtintr lands in the nvmhl orhoodof Paris with wa ter from the sewers is said to be work ing successfully Sterie tracts of lands li iv Icen converted into fertile plains while no increase of sickness ai...

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 March 1881

MUvcAuiericins to formalh c nlor e Thoeg Storm Nots WEEKLY GRAPHIC J If SWETMAM Pablioher EDITORIAL NOTES iloBKiav talis of boring for water Solos Chae the Maine Greenbacker to peak at Moberly on thu 25th Uneasv lies the head that wears a sjost office Com Review A change is expected in the Quincy post oftice - CH Howe has been appointed poft master at LaGrangc Lyman the celebrated York is at LaPlata The big snow Saturday stopped all the trains The snow is leaving us rapidly ma ling room for another one perhaps Mark down in your memoranda of ocnts the biggest snow storm of a snow- winter as occurring on the 19th of March- fntrned in Siritoer the Grm hic rordiallv initeil to picture in showing them our book Hit will thus save tnemeiies much street car traffic was suspended in Oiieigo Saturday A tumplete blockade prevailed on all road leading into Sedalia A Peoria dispakh ays every railroad tn that section was completely blocked The torin was general in central Illi aok Snow reporttd t...

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 March 1881

ft r IK i t K i m The Weekly fiiraphic aitJMSwETXAM Tub t lrorir KIKKSVIUK MISSOURI WMfilLU Kdttor FRIDAY MARCH 25th 1SS1 RUSSIAN POLITICS The latest rcKrs from Russia intli eate that Alexander the III is beginning his reign much as hi father diil by bet tering the condition of his people Wln n Alexander the II liberated the serfs and set apart for them the lands upon which they had lieen living they were requir ed to pay a small annual sum in con sideration of the lands Now one of the first acts of the pre ent emperor is to release these people from 11 large jwr centage of these installments which are still unpaid As the freeing ol the serfs and making them at once landed proprietors created a jealousy among the middle classes and embittered them against Alexander II which finally re sulted in his assassination So this new move for the ameliora tion of the condition of the lower class es although commmendable in the new monarch will certainly not have the efTect to smooth the ruffl...

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 March 1881

The Weekly Graphic There arc a Jumir - cljes mea Jes scattered around over town Wood has been selling for the list jtdaj at the rate of alwit fciOfl per cord nial tenn of the County Court its tract to make a final settlement tb the Graphic ready to publish tilt call for a convention to nominate andidates for tlie town omces The Gr pbie library like everything Veconrcsted vv mi the paper is jirov sp an unexpected A number volume vv ere received this - eek of new Mr John W Tin man ha a das in Tand cape painting two davs m tlie We leara that quite a number of j BeV houses will be erected in Green ostle the present season From Tuim1j Dail The QMi 1- passenger left here w tenlav morning went to Milan iicn to Quincy and was back hereon Be vesterday evrainir A quick run The action of the ton a council last nubt demonstrates what we have al ready argued that it vv ill not pay to 2 ntbccty government on a purely Tliere were other requiring the action 0 fc board but they were forgotten orlaH ...

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 March 1881

I i I Eecollections of Uncle Sammy Honnl wll From tlic Brooklin Earle Were bavin some prettr winterish weather said old Daddy Wotbersjioon to Uncle Sammy Honniwell as the two gentlemen met after the City ball yesterday RiKht forard weather for the sea son list so jist so conceded Uncle Sammy Reminds me of tho fall of 1831 It commenced lonu the fore inrt of Xoveuitor and froze stiff till March Good smart weather too I remember that H was o cold in Brook - lvn that November that bilin water troze over a hot fire Daddy looked at him and braced bim elf Yei ves said be I mind it well Thats the fall the milk fnm in the cows Ill the cold season was m 1S27 It commenc ed in the middle of October and ran through to April All the oU froze in in the lamps and we didnt have a light until spring set in Ay ay responded Uncle Sammy Krowinjr ripid Its just like yester day to me I walked HO miles due at from Sandy Hook on the ice and Iid back owing to the convexity of the earth vou know It was down h...

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 April 1881

t Al t 1I w turv r iintif M WEEKLY GRAPHIC JSI SWETXAMT Publisher 5PIT0RXAL NOTES Tee Baldwin locomotive works have an older for 2i0 locomotives to kmsed in Mexico lHrstjled Scotch carl has lecn utiac in the people of St Louis and Tun Sultan of Turkey lias notified ufriian government that he will Hjtti a contingent of troops in case of K srimi to the Glahf Dniuicvui says ConVlins has determined zo resist the imination of Judge Robertson as col Kwofthe port of Nexv York AvETtrAX pork already in transit o rpnei wt ac t011 exempted from tie JitTte concerning pork siipied frra this country U irniv to iinetion as to the etoi luk to sheep miinir made fcv tie Kansas Siate Hoard of Agricul roltare the majority said Docs So qt the Farmers Review It J the survivors of the trt r if to organize a joint with a capital ihi t institute a i earcli for the U itiin StMiW aiil bring V r ii r to she punishment he or she 5 - no - 1 1 i - kt il W r li kinl words polen to lr our piirnns i ut jcak tn your ...

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 April 1881

I i i ii f 1 t tf U b k3L The Weekly Graphic f Dr J M Swetxam luli t lropr KIKKSVIIXK MISSOURI W MH1M Editor FRIDAY APRIL ist 1SS1 The Republican pariy elected James A Garfield lrtiiilent uf the United State and if that gentleman 1 unwilling to actlir rlumld turn tlic office over to Chester A Arthur who was elected Vice President and nut to Tames 0 Dlalne who was not elected to an tiling The above slander comes from the Globe Democrat because president Garfield has the manhood to do what he lcels to be his duty and refuses to be dictated to by Senator Conkling Who gave a Senator the right to dic tate to the president whom he shall or shall not appoint Who has a better right to say who shall be nominated for the different appointiveoffices with in the gift of the president than James AGarfield Suppose Mr Robtrtson is a personal enemy of Senator Conk ling is that any reason whyif the nom ination meets the approbation of the republicans of the state of New York that he should not be co...

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 April 1881

ifceW rf - Graphic Iihcai Icetmg iMLsolt ulanvon 5ftf I W Kion Proprietor i ward ot a 1 as- meet- I ut Imk over tp rn Fn Uy night X f r the pur -e of into nimnatng republican - itvard J DMiujn S H Pii KtEB oinmittee aeghy Bros have I boots slioes any three houses Woidery dr s g xid car- be fwnd at Brew- UIJC IJ1A K f 1 tK tons IPPQI v T n irp and tyffTi wire lure ji all fresh 1Wir euffi lea flour nice Wif r mt candy r alisf riintijii but til lit ipt oiis have itihcation of VtK Keller 7r x Vj lle 75 IV Mr II Wheeler TJImnim 1 J lFnaKull 1 j v in Ial5 75 naw tl M 1 tarns 1 M 1 Er glehart J 1 A ijfAvmm Jirs 1Imlns 1 ai lHJ 1j0 2 20 tlil Oat - Las syld hs stock of Vif F JI Ilrown who will bEJjns at 10 nld stand 9lw 4-1--11 - -- riunim ui rail ai iltlJtjrht mo- u ni U lur 1 Mi a ks a -- r p HI ssdBeVi men and j Mr JetFers hvsii in Walnut iship died on Friday night ri Joniictual jr C Borneman is home from r y r terms s V M tux IUmshw wrlv resting up j Mrs Dolic KehinK of 15vii r who B- r2...

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 April 1881

F 1 f 5 I I U i 1 I X iy5 How Ked llaircd J iris Should Dress Now that red headed eirls are in style sugKesfions arc bcinfr made as to the way they should dress A fashion writer snvs There arc three tyjer ot auburn hatred women lirown eyed oluc cycd and gray pyed Strange as you mav think it tjven the blue eyed rossas should never wear blue for bine niensifics the eolor of blue eyes Here is a fabric for instance on which are red blue and green snots I fasten on it a piece of blue ribbon and you in stantly see that the blue spots become more conspicous than either red or green ones Now I put on a bit of green ribbon and the preen spots take your eye now a red one and the red spots stand out This gives a hint to blue eyed girls who are not red headed and to Lirls witi greenish gray eyes with prominent transparent corneas who can by wearing a blue dress or blue ribbons or turquois jewelry en hance the blue of their eves To re turn to the rossas they can never wear pink albeit there is 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. — 8 April 1881

WEEKLY GRAPHIC J If SWETXm PnbliHher SCISSOR SRAPHIOS Illinois hogs get trichinosis Ohio bogs t a tne at offices Every Saturday There is no home howere its witched and guardedbut one tom cat jj there I ockport Union If Arkansas is Arkansaw then sas Airas is sassafraw Detroit Free fress Oh you go to graw Hanlanis a count in disguise at hist hes the noblest row man of them ail Keokuk Constitution Ohio is Japan for How do you do but American for -Give me an o ice I- Railway Journal Otiumwagirls are just now fond of drawing drawing on the old gent to pay their milliner V bills Ottumwa Press nap- Lockiort I nion The life of a sailor does seaman exis wiceof hard ships but we siiDpoe they have to make a living some war or redder Wit and Wisdom All the Greece in Euroie has run down into the Meiterranean Sea Stu knrille Herajd Beautiful beautiful lie of the sea Yawcob Strauss Now doth the busy funny man Improve each stolen squib And gather humor all the day And clip and paste and fib Dick 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. — 8 April 1881

I II T- H H E - The Weekly Graphic inJM 8llvv Put A ln KIRKSVIMVjllSSdLUl WMiill Editor FRIDAY APRIL sih 1SS1 Pittxlui Lamlinsr Nineteen years ago yesterday and day before the 6th and th was fought the battle ofShiloh After his suc cess at Ft Donelson Gen Grant moved up the Tennessee river to Pitts burg Landing where he on the morn ing of April is iSGi established a camp near a church called Shiloh only a short distance from the river his force aggregating abouf3iooomen The understanding was to form a junc tion at this point with Gen Buell who was to march from Nashville with a force of 15000 ien and meet Gen Grant about the 1st of April but from some cause Buell did not arrive until the evening of the 6th In the mean time the Confederates had been massed across the Mississippi line at Corinth and under the command of Gen A a Johnston and Gen Beaurgard moved out and early on the morning of the 6th of April suddenly attacked the federals with a force of 4500 men determined and desper...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 8 April 1881

The Weekly Graphic lir J M Swctsam - - Proprietor AtirlKTiMNfl Kitks hired on actual clrruln tion at time f contract For term cU etc apply to IV M Gill Manuring MItor Per Aanum In advance flVi IR H Ttsz9 TatloB QlINCT MISSOURI A PACIFIC K U GOlMi KT Vail and Esprcs - MSam - - Ii 4S Frcirht - ui cntya w tit Mail and Exprc Freight - - - -V p in 1 2H p m WABASH ST IOUIS AND PACIFIC noisa north JIn ana 0 lTara FrrUtht aid Accommodation 12 il p 111 oio Mill and expro - - Sirv Frrlcbt and accommodation VZsZij v LmM Butass Louis 10 cents per Line ti per cent discount lor additional insertion A Slingcrland has complete set 01 title abstract books w side squire and Lemon at the X Y Grcwerv FISH Finest in the market White a h mackerel call at Dean k GmrnvV Dean k Gnirnx ha- iu t received a choice lot of Fish at low figures Wanted all to see the new rood- at Tr every latest designs in all kinds of dress goods at Bwlor Millfks o The Western Cultivator this spring at W 1 Cheaper than ever PICKLE...

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