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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 8 April 1881

r i i fe 1 1 I M i V He Kan Away The arraiitrcment was to harry but he thought Ins education needed a lit nore oltstintr so be proposed that he should come here to tho normal and spend two or three terms in pur suit of the required knowledire before they became one fioli She airrecd and became and entered school For the present we think it better to surpresa the names but the gentleman was rather tony and the lady was nice looking and not more than seventeen years old For some reason the girl lcamc a little doubtful of her lover and one morning about a month ago she alighted from the north bound train and went in search of the truant who after ionic difficulty she found Mat ters was again satisfactorily arranged the April vacation lx nig set as the time for the nuptials and the girl re turned home The vacation came but with it no lover so the girl again de termined to visit Kirksville in pursuit of him So on last Saturday morning tlte arrived here and putting up at one ot the hoU K ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 15 April 1881

EDITORIAL NOTES iira seas arrived safely in New York k the 9th Some of the Indiana politicians are roabled because the administration iisnot sufficiently recognized that Site ia it appointments - The Secretary of the State Board of Equalization write that there will lie m change in the valuation ot real awin this country the present year The man who commanded the Boers a South Africa wiien they licked the Ir lisli ic a native of Pennsylvania md was a captain of a colored company b the anny of the Potomac It is said that the reports of los es of suck in Montana by the severity of the iiwr has been greatly exasperated The ame word received from tRkain regard to the sheep raisers of tbe Republican valley We learn that Kirksville is to share ish Edina in the Pell Mell Green hcter a greenback paper to be edit ed a Edina and this place ana printed s Chicago It is no more than right J the greenbackers want a paper and re willing to support it that ay should do so It were better fconeter if...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 15 April 1881

m m m i hi The Weekly Graphic U 11 J M SWETNAM U rubArropr KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI WMGILL Editor FRIDAY APRIL 15th 1S81 EA1THQUAKES The reports of the great loss of life by recent earthquakes in the is land of Scio one of the Grecian Arch ipelago are only a repetition of the sad havoc which has from time to time been the result of these terrible convulsions of nature As far back as authentic history ex tcndsv even more than sixteen hundred years before Christ accounts of the destruction of life and property by earthquakes have been brought down and the most curious fanciful and su perfluous notions have been held re garding their origin not only by the common people but by the wise men of the different ages And even now there arc many different theories held but the most acceptable seems to be that based upon the internal heat of tlie earth the heated nucleus being surrounded by the cooler crust and an fiom the radiation of heat the crust becomes thicker and stronger the nucleus contrac...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 15 April 1881

Weekly Graphic wjHSwnxA Tuslfor the X Proprietor Sjvo IUTE bawd on actual t lime of contract For tcrmi In advance tlA ftotou Louts W cuts pv LIm adi count tor additional lncrtIont - i1k t c for Iruvl itmnK Vwcaue y paluic rfhod closes next week gliBlj John will b here next week f Williams of the Parcels hou e tjsp better n Ricb wi acquitted at llilan last jjsnlle liai tvo or three stores jit cirry oa 1U C a wl0esale crnerally loot for April showers jo far have not been dissapointed Cj hJij msht BImd Jobn gt erred seat Jor Blind John concert ynt drugstore Hard freeze April 1 th mark it jcua to He about in l0O Pves or Easter eggs and a fine of Toilet and Fancy articles at rcijcrs south west comer square Lvdia oung wite of the notorious g3vousgi who was hung m Clark died at Keokuk on the 1 ith Hescb criptinn lor a new building i Uiurch south at this Tit YajjttA School VifrroR like Tiiiisiei e oricinatine in the Graph- aSf start out with a regular kaon One agent in less than a week tis ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 15 April 1881

tore Vncfir 5 B Wi KAt VVL io It Ft c ur v i Wi 3 w otc tf ite OttVS evi -Pl - nerrptu sp tf ev l ooo caatvv all cio iiur l H vvvovf -- aoi yW 1 - a tit - r wAtagWi WST 3a u V oVS6 AO cows come home without ljrinp t a juoruin 1 are fading away before the it the paleface and sinking m iou like the snow Hake on the of the Stinking Water iors I am the last of a mighty Ve were the race of chieftains e will soon be tone The Bull vill soon pass from the face of h Ole is gone John failing nt feel very well mj self We ictims of the jialefare and our e taken away - more suns and the civilization Hey tan and hand made sour and liniment of the haw done their deadly work squaws and papooses ai e Scattersd i four winds of heaven and we ft deflate ere is i the ere is Victoria Kegina Dei Garcia g Hull Where is Knok Kneed ileonV Where is S way back Sue leek Eyed Government Socks y nave sunk beneath the fire- of the goggle eyed Caucasian have succumbed to the delirum e and when I call them they lot ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 April 1881

EDITORIAL NOTES Ini t0 1l0 represented a aotseUO conference The St Louis Fair Association will cfiVrno military premium this year The fruit crop will be a total failure japirtof Michigan and many oft ho jfothern Status It i estimated that the wheat yield under favorable cirenistanees will be lont the ane as that of last year Oathe lth of March June pork was 15W iD KU went as ow a H It Saturday it touched IIS m A lull Jrov n panther was killed the oduriiiy within tour Milled of Memphis Tenne see m The new republican administrata tionhis been installed at Kansas ctv Fiars are entertained that the U S Frigate Constitution has been lost it sea The price of real estate has in some usances fallen off 2 er cent in Ent lini in the pa t ten years ScEsCRiPnoss have been started fo lic sufferers by the earthquake at Chio in various cities in this country The Virginia conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church dosed at Danville Va on the iSth The Missouri Oouimonwealtii a ninthly jape...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 April 1881

Hints on Health and ComforUf chewed ma iicated the more easily and perfectly will it di olvc or be digc ted Meats vegetables any food masticaed -is tine as small shot will certainly be di gested far more eaiily and tery much sooner than if it goes down in lumps as large as buck -hot or chestnuts or wal nuts Masticate tho food fine in tho mouth and mix it well there with saliva Good teeth are a means of grace in that if fully used they prepare food for eay digestion and save much of tho ill temper and bad health arising from indigestion Many a sour disposition would be modified by well masticated well digested good food Sharp table knives that make it easy to cut food fine ly and save some teeth work and tho danger of lumps of meat beingswnl lowed except in a finely divided condi tion ate a material help to good diges tion and health Any housekeeper ought as one of her first lessons to le irn how to sharpen knives and to keep them aways sharp The natural stomach of a full grown food ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 April 1881

mind repi it or he becomes so thor oughly dl- with its taste and odor as to m thereafter forever weaned from it Tha th is extremelv i disrnant friends of the patient- In the ear 1G0 Dr Crown wrolo to tlie Indun Times that he had tried this Ii ler k tly bottle up their tea asof cd This ii done is ahefolluniic As the zcoum TS are -around and wenpinjr tiieiii teruf ctre aionies pre ents eaeh one ith a piece at cotton wool with wbicL ie wipe- otf ni teate Thin coan 1 iwcrm anui a UotOi uid tlie tears are priwrveil a pouednt and elieaei Teaifdy for reninpa dyinr jaau attrc err othruean ha foiU ii It ir alio fiojilored asa charm aawi t il itidu i tie J Jjis custom n prlahy klhided j a j arim it u nit thyn nr ter inn a bottle The jirautwe wl 3nrp univPKal is found by tie tear oouei iniJilfit efrv tncont tomb for 3ic IHrlJ lh m wj tbir leaj 35 a 4 ul j wfectMD 1 - Tlie Jthode Wand rAi latuT has HillWJheJiiv forbMliilnir theater ffarnau buliu ca blaclj dad whkefj THu ILUH Let us see r it VAk...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 April 1881

The Weekly Graphic UK J M 8WKTKAM lnb A 1ropr KIRKSVILLK MISSOURI V M GILL Editor FRIDAY APRIL 22nd iSSi MEXICO Within the last few years since the resources of Mexico have been more generally and better known capital from this country is turning in that di rection and the enterprise of our peo ple is likely soon to develop the dier sified interests of that land a land over which there has hung a veil of mastery since its first discotcrr by the Europeans When three centuries and a halfago the Spaniard- began their march into the interior of that country thev found the land in a fair stae of cultivation numerous populous touns immense temples erected for the pur pose of worship and a reasonably in telligent industrious and frugal people who were comparatiely happy and whose history or tradition jave no authentic account of their origin Jut these people soon lell a prey to the iron heel of the Spaniard and a gov ernment was established by the con querors the fiist icero being Anto nio...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 April 1881

ffce Weekly Graphic DtJSwetsaj t diruunt 5rrrrai Onurtfrty Merlin I- 51lv lt 4 i to I F M Greev Pastor Ekler Ruel will preach at the Christian church net Sunday at 1 1 v The Prohibition Society meets ceit Tuesday evening April 6 at the C Church- NOTICE To Tree The eld Hick Ntin eriei of Dayton Olio ill deliver fruit tree- at LaPIa tund Kirk villecn Monday Ai kil 2- 1SS1 A our stock i extra fine we are confi dent our cu-to-ser v ill lie plea ed and He would 11 e them to come early on bedav id delivery so a to jet their rffs hile fresh as we have hut one djr at a pule we cannot be for dariiairei to trees alter the day aiin d Hit ks XriMui rSZtSOiT AJJS EB ItlTxlnztOIlIlnlt a builnes trin to Ullan thi week Mrs Rattan of rrciiratle has Iktti onltr sick tmtls reccitrrluj John Musick went to LaPlata Sun day night on legal business Mrs Ira G Harlan of this place Tbe first quarterly ireetini for Kirks- and Misses Laura Meeks and Ida Em f cjreait willl held at Wenley crtof Millard gave usa p...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 April 1881

Help tor Dakota April lfi In the board of trade to da the clepriratioiv Hntcr and the of the in Dakota which liau lieen Milriectecl to an iertlnn of thf Mionri rier this Mirinif wore tiriMMitecl liv wvoril t lemon wlio knew t lie situation A com nutlet wj appointed to mi c and a lilhiil iihiiim is cut tain mini i mi urn ThuKi iin liitii it an infoinul inn liclil in the coihit ol thu Ike imvki Smlll Point ut 1 KUIIM i Klonl k -en I EHSHT YEIt funds rooii mi millionth ijiccd tliat Mcicvtioliot Milwaukee who i niiiiiLcr ol the poik oin jt line M nd 1000 Iwrreli ol torI to f he - It not known that the leioiiiiiiendaion will In om plitil with An Miotic lniliidiiul OMI l01S SIIOUI II CtUII HIM Whiiti I April 16 Kntzi the letdi t ot Clucw Imi mit ten ui iiiihm tint lit littci to pie ident aili Iil in whiih the president imitl ot t Ij ki it- the car ot 1um that in all n pnMio theieople an- iippre ul lie rnleir and tun oj the Cnitid Stitt t - 1 hi- mii i ili t linn Jailed hi- 1 tter with the...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 April 1881

m i f 1riviinnrtn id ffn ttttvp mnnilmfinl k - -- 1 fcMn Westminister The Gennania steamship brought 1000000 in gold on tie 25th The Greek question continues to per plex tbe European diplomats The irrepressible Bob lout with a new lecture on fork Ingersoll is the reason why James T Field the noted publisher of Boston died of heart disease on Sun- day evening The Cincinnati theater manager have agreed to close their theaters or Sunday The Indianapolis coffin works wen- destroyed by fire on Sunday morning loss 25000 s The new Hebrew orohan asylum at NewYorkistobe completed 400000 having been subscribed IxGjUMOLiflectnred to three thousand at Booths theaterSrew Sorkon 8 l if - day night beats Sc The stre employes areSn a or i instead of 16 hours daily The Farmers Alliance talks of nom inating a state ticket after plowing time is over The statute of Admiral Parragut was unveiled at Washington on Monday with appropriate ceremonies It was lie work of Vennie Ream A break has been discovere...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 April 1881

I The Weekly Graphic DrJMBwetnav WMGIIX Editor IWOOp immigrants from SwMjIen to this country Pub Propr KIRK8VILLK MISSOURI FRIDAY APRIL 29th 1S81 Onr Second Volume Willi the present number tlio Week lt GuMimc enters its second volume Even before its first number bad ap peared it encountered a j salons un reanable and mucin fiulous opposition which made up in industry and activ ity what it lacked in numbers and in fluence Much of llii opjKMtinn the tiraphic lias won over by its conduct under fire and we presume the idea that it could be crushed out has lcn pretty pcncnilly abandoned There is an old sajingthat there is Notlrinir succeeds m well as sucep The iiurmc can ntrord to be pood humor ed even with iks detractors Therefoie the Jraphic proo es lo -crush no Itody nor to break down any other in terest or enterprise I ha stood only on its merits as a puiely business en terprise and expects to do hereafter From its fiit iv ue it lm more than paid all and ha proed a liantl ouic invest...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 April 1881

ra ie n M li IS T fti The Weekly Graphic Dr 1 If Swetcam - Proprietor AtViiTiiiNn H VTrn laed mi nrtwil rlnuila Hon at time or contract Fur terms etl mntpp ulc to M nl Munuclitir liditnr sxjsscmxnpiiorsr Per Annum in nilrnnce IM Leaded Business Locals 10 cenis per Line 2 jcr cent dl rouiit lor iulilHionil liiM rtions Active work lias commenced on Har lands new building Tinsinan has jiut completed twadotf pictures lor Pool entitled Us cM and Ornamental Tho county conn sitting as a hoard of appeals and revision adjourned Mon day cveninar Additional real otate not asse sed was added to the hts to an amount over 2200 The valuation of live toek was rais ed the Following per tent viz on asses C0 mules 25 cattle 1Gsj sheep 3j hors es 10 This will add Mime 80 000 to the to tal asejed valuation of the county Those six separate and distmct young gentleman who have begged us to say nothing more about the Sunday night episode arc assured we shall keep mum Krinii SatimliijV Daily Drnnk and Disor...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 April 1881

AS TO IIUCJUIKG We re t orry to see so many of the munorous wiicvs lindanv fun in the incident oHliejnrl at Keokuk who was miKKcd to death hy her lover He had promised to her in her fathers parlor ami she had accepted him in a moment of eotacy he hugged her to his breast and she died at once The young man was horror stricken and called her pa rents It is supposed that she died of heart disease the case was very sari indeed and papers should not make fun of an occurrence that brings so much sadncfe However while this cas c is fresh in the mind- of old and young we will embrace the opportu nity and embrace it gently lor fear we will kill it to again impre s ujwn young ieople what we have so olten advised and that is to be unusually careful how they hug girls Many a young man hugs girl almost to death and he never knows how near becomes to Iwing a muiderer Girls nowadays are not what they used to lie when you and I were young Maggie They can not stand as inucir grief now as girls did t...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 May 1881

The St Louis street car strike has completely collapsed - i mm i i The LaPlata Press charges Dr John with being the author of Mother prophesy Our exports of merchandise exceeded our imports during the vcar ending March 21 by -243445899 m The grand Uuke Nicholas has been sentenced to imprisonment for life for A scientific gentleman has discover ed an oil that burns and affords a bril liant flame without the least percepti ble heat The lightest fabrics satura ted with it are uninjured though ap parently in flames Rev Mr Cochran late republican representative from Lawrence county Mo has since the adjournment of the legislature returned to his pulpit He conducted an in teresting meeting in Joplin a few weeks ago -The supreme court has affirmed the judgement of the Nodaway circuit court in case of the Talbot boys and a stay of execution has been granted till June 24th when they must hanar unless their sentences commented by crnor Every steamer of the Hamburg American line leaving that po...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 May 1881

1 4 r - j I jV J I VT The Weekly Graphic KJM8WBTNAM Pub A Projir KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI WMGILL Editor FRIDAY MAY 6th 1881 THEN AND NOW When people deprecate the wicked ness of the present day and sigh for the good old days of half a century ago they convey the idea that the people of to day arc more depraved and that there is less good in the world now than then Is this true Arc the people growing in wickedness Were the people any less prone to commit crime then than they are now What are the facts in the case Then if a fiendish murder were committed and they were not uncommon if a lonely traveler was relieved of his valuables without his consent or a city bumed or a village submerged by floods it was days and sometimes weeks or months before the people in the remote districts of even a sister state knew anything of the matter News then traveled by the lumbering stage coach or the traveler on horseback And so poor were the facilities for obtaining news that the most wicked outrages wer...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 May 1881

The Weekly Graphic Ur 1 M Swctvam - - Proprietor AuvuitTJMXn KTW IMm1 on aitunl at time if contract For terms cstl VdrClC apIly U W M 0M StrBSCELTPTIOlT Icr Anmiiii In arintm c HJM Leaded Bistas Ucils 10 cents Mr Uh - per ooul ilNcount tor additional Insertion Declnnwtory Contest A declamatory contest will be held at tin Normal hall rainlSiml HtRllt Admittance lfi cents Business Changes Thcro lias been a number of business changes the iire unt week among our merchants Those already mentioned was the luivhae of the lloston Store hy Messrs Jrippst Iiekler and its sale to lc Kcatner Next to report is the sale of the DeReamer grocery store to Mr 1 H Wilkes who has taken charge Tues day our friend W C Claize of the ew York irocerv sold his establishment to Mr V H Funk The Hays brothers have bought out the Hartimg barber shop and have kji possession Their old customers will find them one donr west of the Savings Hank Give them a call when you want a first class shave or hair cut Immigrati...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 May 1881

Li4 4 1 k f 1- if i tr i y The Woes ot a Humorist It is amazing how pcaiile will im agine Uiat an article in the paper re fers to themselves A western editor who wrote funny articles had a heap ef trouble on that account His first yarn had a Mr Bunting for its hero and the dav it aiwired Mr Finger called and -attained that it waint a bit at inn rue next tsiorv was about the Hon Eggleaion Eggs and the Hon Carrington Cary left word that if it occurred again lie should sue the concern The editor tried the name of Mongrel and a prominent citizen who was not only named Cross but had a little Indian Wood in life veins came into the oflice and tried to take the editors main The editor having had so much trouble determin ed to be safe ha next time and the wan that he des iXiO as tailing down stairs into a oap liarrel was named Morgue That time the unlucky liutnorcst had to tight two men Messrs tiraves and Coffin who chased him through the Main r treet with pitch forks and a dog He did think...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 May 1881

WEEKLY J iff S WETNAJK Publisher EDITORIAL NOTES It is President Garfield now A telephone company has been or ganized at St Joseph Capital 50X Thk switchmens strike in Chicago K causing a serious freight blockade Thk star route continues to pan out richness That is richness for the straw contractors and thsir friends The Graphic office continues to enjoy an exceptional run of job work and that too without undue solicitation or sjecial canvassing Tho Mississippi has fallen several in ches at East St Louis and on Sunday the inhabitants were correspondingly elated Thk people elected Garfield and they will not go back on him without a stronger reason than a senators spite CutTHAGK Mo is bent on a big fourth of 1 uly celebration and all the news papers notice t This gives Carthage a big advertisement Thk county of Randolph has been ad ded to this i enatorial district This makes it hopelessly democratic unless Well sometimes there are litical cyclones that reverse every thing An influenti...

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