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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 June 1889

te - -suSS?jr3f "z c v ? I f ! i if,. I li THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor KIRKSVIU.E. - M1SSOOU FRIDAY, JUfcE2S, 1889. Tho farmers of Lewis coun ty have concluded that there is no trust on binder twine. There u an ordinauce against throwing paper and other trash into tuo streets. Tha town nnnil filionltl seo that this or dinance is strictly enforced. Prohibition was defeated in Pennsylvania last week by a mnioritv of lSo.OOO. Pennsyl vania is now in excellent shape to do good work for the cause of temperauce. $ At the Ohio Republican state ,,: iii -nfc Columbus. Taesday, June lo, J. B. loraker -was -unanimously nominated tor Governor on second ballot Tho latest trust is the castor oil trust There would bo littlo difficulty in tho way of getting up a boycott against castor oil and tho children would join heartily in the movement. There is an admirable prac tice which some school teachers have of inviting their pupils to giva an account each day of im portant events men...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 June 1889

"V- J" . fc "i ' - ',7vhi'' k'Wy- - "i; .-yF 6-'--', 3&Mv-.HJrrif jh A'Sji4rti $$r"'' ,??F?j&! .fiiMi: a.-7i.- ew . - &,fv fiwsKw TWS&mm '' e'': &" " 7 yKBr? -,--- - . X ---- r 533 - Jv av tw "T. ViBr .'i . . " -Xi ' 3-3 ail r1 "- I HIM. Mil Miai- iHfai V la V I I ft p f THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. Sublette. Proprietor. KIRKSVILLE - - MI&SODR FBIDAY, JUNE 28 ,1SS9. KIRKSVILLE R. R. TIME TABLE. Wabash Western Time Card GOING BOOTH. So. 2. Mail Ho. 8 St. Lunm Express No. 22 Local l'reipht No. 03 TliroiiKlt 1'roiKht GOING SOUTH No. 7 St. l'nnl ExjireM No. 3 Mail N. 21 liOcal J'rcicht No.97 Tlimnch Eneielil Noa. 7. 117. S i.ad OS i!.iil-. in oo a. m 11:H) r. m 12.KO v. v 100 a. M : i a. M. i'-w r m iu.-ooaVm Others dailyeicopt Sunday. ICandOsrarrj iisrnRe uu Sunilty only, (Jno. Cckmimi, Aot. Q. 0. & K. C. Line. EAST. 8-01 A. M I Mail and Expre arrives Loc.il Freight arric. Stock Express arrives VTEST. Mail and Expre arrives Local Freight nrrnos Through freight a...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 June 1889

I'3 1 ft Ki OUR CHESS COLUMN. Ki&ksyille Mo., June 2Sst, 18S9. Solutions and contribntlons :V; drcs. ill communlcstlorts intended Tor this COlnmCiiK Kwtoii. WhM Gnxrmc, li. o It. KJrWe Mo. PROBLEM NO. 00. By Dr. J. H. Graham, K. black S rir.cns. Ok&, 3iaw A r". -: " r fS K.-- WHITE G 1'IECES. , '"White mates in two moves.. m 1 SS 31 I 44 3 4C 29 42 S2 33 2 J 39 j SO j 43 4 47 "3TS S3 tf. 45 j C 41 23 S4 2T. "cT ? j 40 27 4S 5 i 9 CO "V75rj 11 52 19 W 24 57 To" C3 I IS 41' 12 j 53 Gl 16 59 22 j 55 14 bl 20 5s I 23 j IB 15 04 21 j 54 jTT L Br Jl. Mostemokt. 34 49 I 23 I 11 1 SO ) S3 21 1 2l To" 35 50 23 j 12 37 4f TT "Tj"c7) 57 j 3s j 25 2 U TT TT" 51 5J I 03 00 41 2i. "sTTT To CI ,55 J53 It 3 TT S 55 j 5.' tTa M 27 42 To" SI j C 17 44 j 2? 4 15 TT7 45 j SO j 5 IS j 43 j 2S 2 Br M. DciiorvitE. "We give abore two diagrams illustrating the Knight's tour taken from Marache's Chess. "What a fine air ot romance, of sweet tenderness, lingers around th ese lines of Lord Lytton: 'lly ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 July 1889

1'sf?l -T-' sSra& SptSf-W a.,js2S4-v 's$fc5. ksij'Vkc"' O "&1 k--' WEEKLY f 1.50 Per Annum KIRKSV1LLE MISSOURISeRIDAY, JULY G, 1889. VOLZ.-SJ0I2 TipViTTv .,, ni'i-.i. ;.. -..... -.1. - ' . ...... . . . "" i-i i .i . -i- . .i - -ii -PsS an "sT,'va'-a"-w-'i. - '?..?- ' "fc -t HI si "w a TTvTr w""nr mm x i I 11 I I W V W .! 9k L 3A El PI JaS Efl IH ' -&L . -A. -JS.. p .&k. ,.J2a, &, J& , M Ik. 3 THE SWAMP HERMIT. BY JOHN R. MUSICK. Atitlinr oftJlcrWt Orion," tii ltnV.Tftf Birorir'' "ltrothcr Aralnn lirolticr,' Orlanailvae," CaUraltj lto." etc.. etc . etc CHAPTER XII. ANGRY RIVALS. Robert reached the home o Mrs. Spesce jast in time to find nil comraotioa and excitement. The fat widow met him at the door, her fnca nil v aglow, 'nnd cried: "I'm glnd ycr come. W'y wo begin to bo afered yo wouldn't git here 'n time." "Why nil this haste, Mrs. Speuce?" he nsked in assumed ig nornnce. "Great Scott, haint ye heered nbout it?" "How am I to tell unless I know?" "Thar's go...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 July 1889

1 M l ' f I i n Xi the weekly graphw. T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor Missoun 18S9. KinKSVII.I.B. VRIDAY. JULY 5, bo nothing tho reunion have over ti ; nM-nllv thought that there will bo an extra session ot Congress called in October. Wiley Matthews, the Bald Knobbcr who escaped from jail while under sentence of death, is reported to bo sawing wood lor a living in Arkansas. There should loft undone to make im rtrnatest success we had. A united effort will bring about this result. The Hags containing thirty eight stars have all been called in, the order taking effect July -ltb. All ilngs hereafter will contain forty-two stars. There is talk of making tho reunion a reunion of tho Blue nnd tho Gray. If this is dono Kirksville may make preparation, to entertain fifty thousand people Ti, WnHnn selected for ii.. m itirlnrr tlift reunion is nn Admirable one, high and dry and tho committee is at work f TifT it in the verv best condi- tion. Tho Indiana courts have decided that a law prohibiting t...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 July 1889

ffvi&J,'Z.i Fiv " . - j& o-ar-.. W$fe8fJy3fr3F ,? ? - THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. Sublette. Proprietor. KIRKSVTLLK - . MI8SOUR FRIDAY, JULYS, 1889. KIRKSYILLE R. K. TIME TABLE. Wabash Western Time Card OOIKO 80UTH. No. 2 Mnil 10 00 a. No.8 Si. law Kxp:e-is lU'Jr. So. 22 Iovl Frcfeht lira p. No. 1 Tlironjh Frefcht IUAjOa. GOING SOUTH. No. 7 St. l'ol Kxprew So. 3 Mnil N. 21 Local Freicht Ko.!f7 TliToash FrWcht Xo. 7.OT. 8 and Is? dnil t' 3iVi a. . T,Sti. r. HfcttU.X. other duly except Sunday. i7 and in carry p-iMcnjeon Snndnyonly. Geo. Cuscmuco, Aot. 0. 0. & K. C. Line. EAST. Mail nd Eiprp" arrives 8.01 A. v Lvcal Fretekl nrrlve. 11:Mji. j Stock Eit,rtf srriiM lOi'ir. j WEST. Mail and Exprou Arrive 8:03 r.v Local Freight arrive 2s!5 r.i: Thronjh freiaht arrive 2:51 r. OKAPHICb. V. Millor ha3 contracted buildinc the brick block for of Spencer Brothers There was a heavy rain in the southeastern part of tho county Monday afternoon. The Masonic Association this week purchased the...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 July 1889

- -3 v- ,ar ,""tsvr'; J,'B3SgGreW 1 r I v ! -, COSTINTED JTlOSt FIBST PAGE, supposed It "ktib only a momentary' etaufroma vrell directed blow. He also knevrVbal Milt meant, when he gave utterance to the ex pression: Take that! Bold uttered no err of pain, did not even seem to gasp, hut clung for a single moment to the fence, and then sank to the ground. Budd git np, an' go at him, cried Squire Skaggs. He can't, ee's scrunched 'im, said Zese. He's killed, usnrdered, shrieked Robert, who, no.v that the spelt mis broken, rushed to the fallen yooib. jlyGod what a set of devils to permit this. Bndd lay upon his face and Li spirit hud pe?setl away without even so much as a groan. The long sharp Waded knife had penetrated his heart, at the first thrust Ilob ' eit reached the side of the fallen youth, and raised him In his arms. The head sank upon the shoulder of the school master, whom he had loved in his life time. Ills eyes were closed, and his face but a moment before distorted with pas...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 July 1889

T TTkcTTTTT rJsr J"i53Jt$t ' Tr V WEEKLY 1.50 Tor Annum KIRKSV1LLE MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 18803 VOLX.2T0 13 "Jv-Jjl.t , IP- GRAPHIC. n 'Ttl Si I THE SWAP HERMIT. BY JOHN R. MUSIOK v. Author orllrrliprt Orion," "Tlir llimWror lUMforJ." M!rotlur.nliift llrother "Orlniullljili'," CaUralt Kow." rtc. tc. etc. CHAPTER XII. Tho wagon hail not got out of hoaring boariug tho corpse, be fore the aouud of tho fiddle struck up, and tho dancing was temporarily renewed. "Cant do uo good by all settm' down an' bawl in' over it,' philos ophized old Skagge. "He's dono dead now, and ez wo ur all here we'd ez well dance ez not." They took his advice in tho matter and danced. But to Robert with Ins his ideas of refinement and hu manity ho had never dreamed of anything 60 revolting. "They have not the least idea of decency in their natures," he thought Out of respect for one who had been with them from his early childhood, they might have dispensed with their festivities while ho wad lying in death....

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 July 1889

?r. iVetH- --:-'?. S&2" V-i :Ais!l' ' r'f A :sWJsr " -v( rflvyifln: fi Vh ;,-u- loFSSslP5'41; -c )ir-sir'---i :im0-Tr" tt-- rf,r -'j-v i THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor KIUKSVIIXE. - JUSSOUIt FRIDAY, JULY 12, 18S9. "Poor Old Missouri" aud tho Gospel was the subject discussed at the Baptiol church, by Roy. Palmer, last Sunday morning. "We do not wish to criticise, and will merely call tho atloulion of our people to the fact that two littlo children of one family, wore buried in the cc-nietcry last bun day, with less than a half dozen attendants to assist in performing tho last, sad rites'. Tho Governor of Mississ ippi declared that Sullivan and Kilrain should not fight within tho borders of tho state. But ho eeems to have had the militia posted just where they would not be likely to interfere. Tho Gov ernor of Mississppi has a great head. It now turns out that tho letters published in the Demo cratic papers of Lewis county in regard to tho Monticello post- office ma...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 July 1889

' jftCV rtf&l -Jt"v 'j'fi'tti'i-Jj'S',Mtyt'f-'''; '- WW ? 'jfj -"i'-''v V" W(ui" 'V,' " t 1 1 l ' THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC , T. E. Sublette, Proprietor. KIRKSVILLE . . MIS80UR FRIDAY, JULY 12, 18S9. K1RKSVILLE R. K. TIME TABLE. No. 2 ,Ko. 5$ .So. K No. 1S No. 7 No. 3 JO 00 A. M 11:.V p. it 12.30 p. si 111:00 a. m :i:!- a. v. r$2 p. m. 1:.VI p. v. IUKXIa.m Wabash Western Timo Card GOIXG SOUTH. 2 Mml St. Lo'.r.s Kxnrora Local r.-cJciit Thror.ch Freight GOIKQ NORTH, St. l'nnl KxprcM Mail N. '21 Local Freicht Ko.97 Through Erieicht No. 7.' 97. 8 anil as il.iil.. Others daily except Sunday. J7 and US carry pience on Sunday only, (iro. Ccmmino, Aot. Q. 0. & K. C Line. EAST. Mail and Express arrive S;01 a. m Local Freight nrrlo. 11:50 a. m Stock Expre-- arrives 10:85 r. m WEST. Mail and Expro-w arrives 8:08 p.m Iak.U froiuht arrixc 2.' r.xt Through freight arrives s-M r. PERSONALS and. fnthor of Kirksvillo Fri- liRAPHICb. SimpsoN'Ely lectured at Bloom field Tuesday night Kellogg it Hamil...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 July 1889

-to'y ss. 331 or i i ;t m : . - it If i l u; u dG I" B! " i i CONTIKCED rilOM riltST PAGE. Deeper nnl more powerful t'uey grew. Those words ol proinibu carried him br,ok to the loug ago. Dnys when n Clinstiim mother henlnt his little iufnnt bed, and prayed to C5od to 3paro lior boy. 1 1 w ns n wondoi f 1 i ctrospect ivo p.r:iion to him. Ho Eeemed to lmo bt-tMi enrned backward to tlml innocent childhood, and all his long life of sin, bur a hideous dream. The dnik skeleton in tho closet, that bOrrr-l he had kept so many yeai shut a freak of iho slecpiup imagination. Oh if ho was as pure an innoceni as ho had boon befoie his fall, before the oommi&faioii of that oiinio for which he hud been compelled to lh- from the laud of civilization, -.utr.f life or reckioss outlawry on the i)oi der. how happy ho would be. It was many yp.nib ago, but the otlons-o was still fresh in his mind. He sat rubbing his hands, and tl.e perspiiation was streaming from his face. At last he was un able long...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 July 1889

-ssL-5-.!?,r" -' U"f -a" 'BS3Sssa?fcn.'-a js- '-i&wm y- '- 0 .- - , -. ,, ,-w.Jf.- .- .. - glis - SI v- iMffl5 rl - c ? " WEEKL &r B& 1.50 Tor Annum KIRKSVILLEJSOURI, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1889. VOL 2. HO UrKAliJLv. C THESWAMPHERMIT. BY JOHN R. MUSICK. Author of "Herbert Orion," "The ranker of ttedfori," "llrother Agalni Itrother "Orlaml HjJe," 40alamit Itmv.' itc. otc. etc. ,t' CHAPTER XVI. ROBEHT AND MILT IN TIE ATTIC. Quito a concourse o people fol lowed the body o Budd Spence , tt the grave. The grave yard contained some dozen or. more them-was interesting and.he beflran Startinerun.tK.att,exclanMlLmiJi ufeM6uridio'Eperff'bidinrtt "tft(lfir1Slm,Iil' oPafamtwaBablour'to fly "from moment,' and then said: lycotae to their death by violence. ntbea grand work for God in the schi Two places were vncant. One w as known to bo in his grave, and the other xas a fugitivo they know not where. Bcfoie school opened, shortly after being called to order the young school master rose and 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. — 19 July 1889

Ippllp h lK I t V i THE WEE KLY GRAPHIC Tb0 Chrisli -p- T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor KtKKSVir.I.K. - JUSSOUK FRIDAY, JULY1U, ISS9. Under the laws of China the adult who loses his temper in a discussion is sent to jail for five days to cool off. China would bo a bnd place for some defeated post oflice candidates. John L. Sullivan refuses to fight the colored pugilist, beeause, Every tram on Monday brought large delegations of ministers to attend the Christian Lectureship of Missouri, which conveuod hero !- Mil i mommy evening, xuo oxorciBes wero held in tho Christian church and opened with an address by H. V. Everest, Chancellor of Garfield College. HiB theme waB "Tho Supremo Imperative." Tho. thought throughout was on tho personal "Ought" as boing behind all responsible life. Tuesday moriuing G. W. Longan delivered an address ou "Tho Ground of tho Christian Hopo." bottor he savs, it would bo deginding for a white man to finht a "nictier." ' Ho showed that wo havo a It's a mighty bnd n...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 July 1889

tig- " s $ " " 'i&Z-7-Vs 's-i-"", $. z&g&-Mc?g'J $-- ;M? r ?s-i;1Ii-'S&' gS&1f"-'vsK,-S?' SS-V " ss 'p&tgm, ipswi TtT"s''f PS? ,w i fsr-r,- 41 I I II ' 9fi THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. Sublette. Proprietor. KIRKSVILLE - - MtSSOtJR FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1889. KIRKSVILLE R. R. TIME TABLE. Wabash Western Time Card. GOING SOUTH. N..s Mml JHOOa. m No.S St. Louh Expre ll:.VJr. m No. 22 Local Freight V2MO r. si No. '.tS Through Freicht 10:00 a. m GOING somn. No. 7 St. IViul ExTire? 3:3"i a. w. No. 3 Mail fi-ftj r. M. N. il local Freight j-j,) p M No.J7 Through Fricight JO.HW a.m Noi. 7, 97. 8 nml tS dailf. OtherMlaily except Sunday. i)7 nndtte carrj pjsscngc on Sunday only. Geo. CcxtMiNO, Act. Q. 0. & K. C. Line. - EAST. Mail nnd Express nrrive 8-01 a. ii Local Freight nrrhts. 11:7) k. ji Stack Express arrive 10:.Vi r. si WEST. Mail and Expross arrives lx)cal Frr ight nrrurc Through freight arrives 8.08 r.M 2i5 i-.li 21 r. GRAPHICS. Tho building o the amphithca ter at th...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 July 1889

SmwSSMfS " 5r vI.sw'V!p-',1.'aSBS5Sswe;,' ?jSH-3' ' r &&- w ' art 1 4:1 w Ml I 1 I ' CONTINUED 1T.OM I'lUST VAOE. Burke. What do you want uio to do?" "Cim you row n boat?" "Yes."' "Well can you at midnight to night got your grandfather's skiff aud come to the bluff abovo the groat swamp," Tho pretty girl looked puzzled, for a moment then said: "Is it necebsaryV'' "It is the only way to save him from the vigilance committee1." "111 do it" "Then be under the bluff on which are the dead pines, at mid night; with tho boat." "Where is he uowV" "In the attic of the school house,' he answered. "1 will see that he is at the place and will go with him. You need go no farther with us, than across tbe river, I I will take him to tho sheriff at Shooner," Loreua merely nodded her head, and ho told her he would expect her under the bluff on which tho dead pines stood, and was going uway, when the door was darkened by the entrance of Mr. Wayne, the Swamp Hermit His brow was as dark as a 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. — 26 July 1889

mmmmmgBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm asi-'-.-Mfra, y 5S - -V.,jtt i,.! fw ; . vj jjsiKger IMF vy - . A . Ivv V . A I t N" i a ?l -CI l '" 1 1.50 For ATiTm,m KIRKSV1LLE MISSCflB; FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1889. VOL 2. NO 15 WE E KL w- B-m m B I- Br SI JL 1LX JL.JL JLJL.JLxe July. Ah! gone I bright and blnshlns.Tnne With licr enchanting honri. Her pcclal sen and beauteon moon, Her mtclc shine and showers. A fonder rephyr wantons by, To dally wlta the 1 cures tin high. Or stoop to kiss the flowers; Xcw sights tnd sonnda tell eye n-d ear, July, the matron month is here. The lilac that we lost in May, The rose In Jane that died. We hair forget their loss to-day, In newer floral pride The hollyhock, tho blnshlng pint, The sweet forget-me-not that link Between hearts trne and tried All smiling on a sky so blue, 'Tit strange It colors not the dewl Lithe billows glide o'er golden grain. And Tanish one by one; Like fancies In an Idiot's brain. All aimlessly they run. lhe bees, like stoics, go and come, And sem...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 July 1889

t - -v-fti 5W'-rt'g j,ypsS7 swv, - is TWrsir"- ? ?-"-'- TteF' f I" .1 1 f I f i j i li 4 3 ' i f 1 i 'J i' I i THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. L SUBLETTE, Proprietor KIRKSVILLE. - MISSOUKI Lot tbo filroot cleaning con tinue. Every hour given to this work will add value to Kirksville property. There are now threo or four "club houses" in town, and married men vho stay out till 4 o'clock in the morning will be able to give their wives a satisfac tory account of themselves. The Governor of Minne sota has declined to interfere with the sentence of Bob rouugcr. now serving out a life sentence in the Minnesota penitentiary. The peo ple of Missouri will applaud this act of Minnesota's governor. 'With each succeeding day the prospect for an immense crowd during the re-union, in creases, lfthe weather is pro pitious, Kirksville will bo called upon to entertain the biggest crowd that ever assembled here. SLr. Vest proposes to sacri fice himself, if necessary, to the intorests of Missouri democracy. Mr....

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 July 1889

TJ -ji j. j & THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. Sublette. Proprietor. KIRKSVILLE - - MISSOOR FEIDAY, JULY2C, 1SS9. KIRKSVILLE R. K. TIME TABLE Wabash Western Time Card GOING SOUTH. .No. No. i .Mull 10 (0 a. x ll-JO r. x 12.'0 r. m lO.-OO A. M No. 22 No. S3 liocnl Erciuht llironch Freight GOING Nomn, 1TI No. 7 fat. I'aol Express ri:.ri i a. v. No. :s Mini Td) ' r. u. N. 21 Ixjcil Freight 1 :'. i r. m. No.U7 Ihrouch Fncicht IO.kOa.m No. 7, 1)7, 8 irad 1)S ilatly. Others dill ciccpt Sunday. 'jr nndlts carry paencc on Sunday oi ly. Gbo. Cusxmino, Air. Q. 0. & K. C. Lino. EAST. Moil and Express arrives lxxil Freight arrhei. Stock Express arrives WEST. . Mail and Express arrives ocal Freight nrnies Through freight arrives S 01 a. M 11:V)a. it 10.M r. u h.PB r.M 2.-2T r.st 2-M r. bKAPHKb. Prof. Nason preached at Kaho ka, Sunday, and this week is can vassing the Santa Fo road in the interest of Western academy. Mr. Tingley began the erec tion o a new residence thiB week in the east part of t...

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 July 1889

.ra j-s .yJSvj.7' --.ib "ir " i - VI 1 ' j i. " B . M I; BI 4 I 5 E I F i Ifl v ! ". a , a ll X CONTINUED mOXt 1ST PAGE. are n priceless jewel. Lorcna yo l nro uot n child, though young hi .ears. Tell me, enn I hope?" "Don't talk to mo that way," She answered, lur frightenid white face close to his. "1 don't under stand it. There is something slraugo between grandpa and you. AVo must not talk to ach oilier any more now," The little boat had drifted into its mooriugs, and the girl as lythe as n fawn, sprnny ftom it to the shore. "Make it fast," sho whispeied, ami men go to your nome as soon as j ou can if you value your life as worth a straw. He made the boat fast to its moorings, left the place, and went homo by an unfrequented road. Iteachiug the house of tho widow Spence, ho crept around to tho f north side, and climbing up the rough logs to the window entered his room, and went to bed. He had exercised sucli caution that he knew ho had not disturbed any of tho family. Mrs. Spence...

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 August 1889

4.3s.f.-i''-jt-M-wp,'r -... ttH5! UV.5 H. 'v4 V ; TCj " 1.50 Per Annum KIRKSV1LLE MISSOUM,HDAY, AUGUST 9 1889. VOL Z. WO 17 WEEKLY -UJ. - M 1 THK SWAMP HERMIT. BY JOHN R. MUSIOK. Author or "Herbert Orion," "r'ie Itanlorc IlcJforl," 'HrotliorApslnPtJJrotlHr,' "Orlaml IlyJc," Calamity Row.' etc.. etc.. etc. CHAPTER XXI. CONTINUED. "They may torture you into a confession." "They cannot, though I should bo broken on the wheel, and burned at the stake, I will never reveal ihe name of that one." It was.a erealfald $cLi&t ww-;.4iLiHnaEdftM ' i- CTrrgawntwjfeJUre ranarter. was silent a moment, and then he bbhI: "Do you know what has become of the young man whom you aided to escape?'' 'He is a prisoner, in the county jail. I took him back and turned him over to the sheriff," Robert answered. "Why, then you did nothing but your duty." "I know if "How can they punish you?'' "They care little for law or duty. I tell you I am doomed and I will be dead before the sun sets." At this Lorena beg...

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