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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 May 1881

n ihi J I I 1 i 11 r H J v 01 i The Weekly Graphic DUJU8WBTXM Kevexck ox 100 VubPropr KIKKSVILLC MISSOURI WM GILL Editor FRIDAY MAY 13th 1881 Growling- The English are reputed to be a na tion of growlers but wc Tear cans could in this department as in other industries fairly challenge their couisins across the waters The newspaper press to a large extent has contracted this pernicious habit and dealing mostly with political questions their growling against- oiliccrs has bc coino chronic Growl prowl prowl K the laws are closely enforced ofri ciousness and persecution is charged if not enforced corruption or inefficiency more than hinted It was once an honor to hold an office even if it were humble and carried no emoluments for it indicated trust and respect by the public Now a good round salary is about the only inducement a sensi tive or sensible man can find to induce him to place himself in the pillory of a public office However honost how ever jut however conscientious there no e...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 May 1881

The Weekly Graphic fr 1 SWKTNAM Proprietor Am nimslM IWtks 1 rased m actual clrvulii lion at time uf contract Knr tonus etl iiiatcs etc apply to V M linx Managing Tcr Annum in advince ijo Leaded IisInss Locals 10 ceits pr Um 35 per cent dlorniiui liir additional Insertions Foi ly four arrivals registered at the Parcels House Tuesday The street preiching which has been going on for several nights past does not seem to work up much interest - Ike keepers should keep in mind that their Annual Association Swarms at Mexico Mo June 2nd The Grand Lodge of the I O O V meets in St Louis on the 17Ui Mr C A Allgaier ha lieen chosen as rep resentative from this district and will attend Committed lerry Pollard the colored man ar retted for shooting at the good templar iii tallation last week had a preliminary examination taforc Esquire llichey this Monday morning and was held tc answer m circuit court m the sum of 00 Crazed We learn that Mrs Ale Gordou liv ing in the Hael Green neighborhood in 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. — 13 May 1881

r i I 31 m in KM YOU KISSED MK r joskpiuxe s iirvr The following exquisite poem was written in 1867 when theanthor was a voting lady under twenty It was addressed to a certain younj sentlciunn the hero of the occasion portrayed James Kedpaih iliottglit so well ol tho poem ihat lie once published nuitean edition on white satin ribbon liittier tits -wet wrote of it and its young au thor that sho had truly mastered the scrot of English verse You kissed me my head Dropped low on vour breast With a feeling of shelter And infinite rest While the holy emotions Mv tongue dared not sjieak Flashed up in a llame From my keart to my cheek Your anus held me fast Oh your arms were so bold Heart beat against heart In their passionate fold Your glances seemed drawing My soul through my eves As the sun draws the mist From the sea to the skies Your lips clung to mine Till 1 praypd in bliss They might never unclasp From that rapturous kiss You kissed me my heart And mv breath and my will In dclino us ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 May 1881

1 fi s J - rf The President has nominated Charles E Henry of Ohio United States Mar shal for the District of Columbia Fred erick Dougliss Recorder of Deed- for the Di trict of Columbia vice George A Sheridan resigned ArrucATioxs are pouring in to the D S Treasury from holders of the 5 per cent bonds who want to change them for the new 3Js and there is every indication that the refunding will be immediately and successfully accomplished The Veteran soldiers ot Kansas are talking up a reunion this summer or autumn and this by the way reminds us that a committee was appointed at our last reunion to call another on for this year at this place or some other point in North Mo Has the idea been abandoned Our last was such a grand success that everybody would favor the nvxt Backward again the tide has turned and moie wagons seem to be coming Irom Kansas than are going toward it Three teams passe J through here to day Saturday from Cowley county Kan sas and bound for northern Illinois Missou...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 May 1881

r it w ti The Weekly tomphiiv IllC M SWRTXVM 1uli AProrir XIRKSVIUE M18S0U1U WMGUI Editor FRIDAY MAY 20th 1S81 I - Faction Rule ln a government where there are two great parties nearly equally dl vided it is always possible for a fac tion insignificant so far as numbers lire concerned to turn the Kilancc That this fact gives such a faction the right to domineer rule and preseiibe the policy of the country is a fallacy The election of a president means something more than the triumph of a mere party Hi talent and time be comes the property and servant of the nation from the moment he assumes the duties and obligations of his posi tion While it is expected as a matter of course that the general dritt of his administration shall be in the of the principles and policy of his iry as laid down in its platform or its well known traditions with mere local and personal whims fends poli rie method- and prejudieies he has or should ha se no longer to do If he 1 ims to the dignity of Ins great ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 May 1881

The Weekly Graphic VINE nnooi its for talc SOW flood and twf ioik1 Mock Applv to KB Wit wc Appointment I will preach at the Bryant school house on Saturday May 21st at 7 i 2 pm and at Bethel church on the Sunday following at 1 1 a m and 4 p m All are cordially invited F M Grkkx Xew Firm We are glad to see Mr V P John son late of La Plata back among us again He lias purchased a half inter cut in the city meat market and his former success in running a first class shop make it unnecessary for ns to say that he will do it a again When you want a nice steak roast or anything else in tin meat line give the new firm a rail BLACK DRAUGHT cures costive ne and Sick iicadnche l or sale tiy J G Jamlfon The All Eclipsing Great New Pacific It caunotbe forgotten thai this new est and already most famous of shows to exhibit entire and all eclipsing at Kirksville on Thursday May 26th It is unquestionably the most stupen dous railroad uienaserit and circus ever organized in America and can lay fair ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 May 1881

k r - SUNDAY REAPg j Parable on Prayer Lesson Luke JSilli The first parable may have two ap plications one individual and the oth er veneral But in tlife sanie les son of earnest and iwrsevering prayer is taupht as the privilege and duty of all Gods children The effect ened bv ccmtiastiiiK God as ajbnder rather with an unjust judRtfwhich feared not God neither regarded man The cry of the widow is avenge me of mine adversary not revenge but justice protection and jut penalty against the wronjr doer The unjust judge selfiily heeds to save hinibelf from being wearied bv her continual coming lint the tender Father will hear and bless his chosen ones iod ily Theone is unjust the other right eous one is implacable the other ten der one is a stranger the other a friend to one she came alone to the other we eome haviug an advocate 1 J no 21 She came without promise we are invited with promise In the general sense the parable shows the relation of the Church of 1 Christ to tiie Father and Tu...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 27 May 1881

ii7TJT7T7T XT iw feM PH 14 I w T ft SWETM7L Publisher EDITORIAL HOTES Tun people of I akovillo arc excited over the discoveries of gold Thomas A Scott the great rail road manager died at Clifton Pa on Saturday evening of paralysis - Have you a cigar was the query propounded ly luhig tlie St Louis murderer when tlie Jury brought in a verdict of guilty in the first decree on Saturday morning Theru is talk of a coalition between the democrats and Conkling men in New York to return Conking as sena tor in order to annoy and bother the administration of President Garfield Should such a combination be consum ated Conkling would find himself a deader mail than the celebrated Car diffgiant Among scores of republicans from the country with whom we have con versed we have yet to find one who sides against the president m his con test with Conkling The Machin what little there is left of it sympa thizes with the boss but the rank and file the masses whose republicanism is a matter of conscience...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 27 May 1881

it K 1 r The Weekly Graphic DHJMSWKTNXM Pub Vropr KIRKSV1UE MISSOURI WMOILL Editor FRIDAY MAY 27th 1881 This Issue We again take occasion to call the attention of our friends to the charac ter and make up of the Graphic The present number is but an avcrag sam ple of what we turnish our readers from week to week Gn our first page will bo found edi torial notes on current events a col umn ot short and witty items gathered from our exchanges our Sunday col umn prepared expressly for our read ers and nearly two columns of borhood county news introduced as a regular department by the Graphic The balance of our outside space is de voted to State news general and mis cellaneous matters etc Our editorial and local pages present their usual array of editorials news and local items Our four inside pages contain a mass of varied information seldom met with outside the pages of the largest city weeklies such as A complete News Summary Political article Literary Notes Home aud Farm and a column ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 27 May 1881

a 3 live WceJdy Graphic Assault ami Battery Riley Stamper living a few miles out of town was up before L W I ink J P Tuesday for assault and battery on Miss Lilly Grimm Miss Grimms sister was Stampers first wife having been divorced from him and lives in ihc same neighborhood The two women were trying to get possession of one of the children the care of whom had been awarded to the mother by decree of the Circuit Court Stamper objected on the ground that the children had been sent back by the mother to be clothed and were going to school A dispute arose and in the melee that followed it was charged that Stan per threw Miss Grimm down and hurt her severely On the other hand it was claimed that the two women were more than a match tor Stamper and threw him in the scuffle Taking we presume the mitigating circumstances and provocation into consideration the jury lined Stamper only 5 and costs but the costs foot up the snug Jittlc sum of 2580 It is likely the case will be appealed A Sens...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 27 May 1881

M ft i I Srecntop Graphics GnrKXTor May 18 Wilcrhas purchased a lot on 51am street from DA Ely for which ho paid thirty dollars and is goiiig to build a barber sho Air Lccdom deputy collector was in town three days last week collecting railroad tax Last week Mrs C S Wells whose husband dissapcarcd sonic time since of which the Graphic cave an account received the following letter from Mrs llhoda Williams ot Keokuk Mosday May 9 Mrs Eva M Wells Your letter readied mo last Friday The man you say is your husband wrote me two let ters and I answered both of them thinking he wa a honnst younjr man frjam his conversation and a friend 1 am 42 yeais old and have been mairied 20 years He never mentioned court- hip to me either in words or lcttq 1 will send you his two letters ho wrote niD and send the poetry also So yon can see how our correspondence com menced and where it ends 1 would rather bo a door keeper iu the house of the Lord than dwell in the tents of the wicked I wish you and your ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 3 June 1881

36 J if Ji a J J Jt SWJBTNAM Publisher EDITORIAL NOTES Victims of sun stroke are coming to the front again Governor Cornells support of Conkling is decidedly lukewarm Platt has achieved a national rep utation as the the tail to another mans kite If Conkling should be returned to the Senate we will bet a button he will not resign next time The Collier white lead works were burned Friday night Estimated lov about half a million dollars The losb Dif patch says nothing but burnt brandy and democratic votes can save Conkling It must be a desperate case Tie Globe Democrat virtually con cedes thoxiefeat of Conkling but it is quito likely it is merely hedging so as to be right in either event The opponents of Conkling and Platt do not expect to concentrate on the firt or second days balloting but aim to let the stalwarts exhaust themselves first SotrrutnK Texas was visited by a de structive hurricane Saturday night A numler of houses were blown down in Bell and McLennan counties and one wom...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 3 June 1881

If M 11 M It n u r Hi if i The Weekly Oraphic DuJMSwETXAM PuliPropr KHKSVHLK MISSOURI WMGILL Editor FRIDAY JUNE 27th 1881 New York What will be the outcome in New York is yet to be decided Conklings strength on the first ballot is less than was expected and the probabilities are that he has polled Ins full strength Well informed parties on the ground claim that an election willbe consum mated this week but the Conkling men claim the power to deadlock the legislature and prevent any election the present session It is pretty evi dent the republicans ot New York will hesitate lor some time before they will consent to place themselves in pro nounced antagonism to the adminis tration in order to gratify the spleen of even such a man as Conkling CANT GET BACK The result at Albany so far bears out the prediction of the Graphic that Mr Conkling would not be returned to the United States senate and that not only alargcmajority of the people but a majority of the New York legislature although...

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

j TItcWcckly Graphic Dr KM Swetxam - - Proprict or Aivntnixo IUtcs aed on actual clrcula lion at lime of contract For trnm tt mate etc apply to VT M Gll1 Maiudnj Editor SCS CH12T10iT z Tex Annum In aJvnticc flV Leaded Bislness Locals 10 cents per Line 25 per cent ciicount lor additional insertions A man named Sumner tried o cut his throat at Kansas Oitv vesterdav and ran all over town iiilrr the at tempt bleediu like a stuck pick Finally a policeman took him to A doc tors office and had the wound sewed up Two horses ivore stolen from David Blechers stable Sedalia on Wednesdav morning Huntsviile has raided 1500 bonus for a 6000 hotel winds W T Uutber ford is t build there Moberly poople havsubscribedtlOiX for iusneliner Kcde street and the bore s a certainty The Mexico school lmard has recon- siaered its aiwhtion of the hijrh school and lias engaged Irof T E Spenccras principal A French chemist says that snow water contains alcohol perhaps that is why the rivrrs get so high in the me...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 3 June 1881

m hi til m ii i w IP 1 ft lit i it Q SH -- ART IX TnE HOUSEHOLD Largo towels have borders worked in Roman patterns Plush draperies are as flectivc paint ed in oil as embroidered A very liand somc tJesipn for a screen is a dark blue plush decorated wity apple blossom Files of cushions luxurious divans sofas and easy chairs into which one can sink and rest are the rule and the Queen Anna seats are wisely kept for show Oblonc mirrors are now lutnir cross wise They have plain wood frames lour inches deep sloping backward and are painted in uiftVrcnt ways Snow balls sprays of goldwi rod yellow cro cuses jwacocks feathers and bought on wluciilpercli snow birds are pretty dc isins lor the frames Some are covered with bright plush and on one corner is placed a band of old gold New mantel mirrors aie square with smooth frame Large wcoden Russian liowLaarettsed o hold nuts or fruit Window lambrequins are heavily trimmed with wide borders of pluli Scrim curtains edged with antique lace are mor...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 10 June 1881

13 EDITOEIAL NOTES Lieutenant Colonel resigned Kruit graft sneaks hae been ating in the vicinity of Atlanta out for them A Washington dispatch to the Times says there is an interesting piece of his tory in relation to the contest betwuen Conklinti and the administration which should be made known On the day following that on which the Ipresident sent Robertsons name to the senate it was known beyond doubt that Conk ling and other representatives of New York were greatly dissatisfied On that members of the cabinet called upon the president and suggested a conference should be held The president accept ed the suggestions and set apart that evening for the interview The two members of the cabinet made arrange ments as they thought with the vice pi esident and the two senators for a conference and it was understood to take place at 730 at the white house Afterward Conkling demurred and re fused to go although his companions were willing to attend On this account the interview did not ta...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 10 June 1881

IfSt The Weekly Graphic DisJMSwktsam Pub Propr KIKKSYIMK MISSOURI WMGHL Editor FRIDAY JUNE 10th 1881 Tin German Turners arc holding a grand convocation at St Louis this week and the city is crowded with vis itors The Graphic orders this week anoth er large lot of news and job type to illicit the increased demands in the way of business Our policy has been to keep fully up with the times in every ropect and to get only the best both in materials and appliances The farmers who were in town yes terday and to day had broad gnus on their faces The last rains have ren dered them happy by giving them promise of an abundant harvest where a few days ago the drought threatened to cut them short The Doctor gives his long suffering readers another double dose of Meta physics If they can stand it we can This mornini from some cause the lock in the bank vault of V T Baird refused to yield and smiths have been at work all day trying to open the vault This could only be accomplish ed by drilling an...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 10 June 1881

VA I if ThcWcckly Graphic If J M SWKTXAM 1 2 Proprietor Am tKTJMNd K te Wed on actual clrrnla Jion at limn of contract For tcni MI inte etc apply to W M G Managing hdltor stTBscsnrTioscr t VtrAui in in ndvaiito JlV Leaded Business Locals 10 ceats per Line J5 per cent dUconnt tor additional Insertion I Fine rain Monday night and none too soon Mr Lutz reports a light frost Friday night on bottom lands The ifoberly spring rions come off June 16th 17th ami 18M County court and probate court both in session this week The Democrats littie bit of a brag about itself sounds very much like a wail County com t got through with its lmme early Wednesdav and adjourn ed Work 01 the new brick block has made very satisfactory progress this week A very larire crowd was out at the Normal chawl Saturday night to the entetainment given by the Senior aud Zetosophian Societies Correspondents for the weekly Gra phic should send in their favors no later than Wednesday hereafter Item ofnews for the daily as...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 10 June 1881

U f i I SUKUIFFS SALE IX PARTITION Isaac Woitman Mary j Woitman John Wort 1 man Lafayette West I Lronidns Woitinanico Pot in par Wortiiinn and Martha I T Woj tinati by Jackson JIcstcw EMtartv ViiKirs at the June term 1880 of 1hc circuit court of Adair county Mo an order of record was made in the iKivu entitled cause ordering the sher iff of Adair county to sell at public pale t he following descrilwd real estate situa ted in Adair county Mo to wit The north wot onarter of section No seven 7 in township No sixty three CH ranee No sixteen 1G containing one hundred and fifty four acres and lour hundredths of an acre described in plaintiffs jwtition And at the October term 1 S8o of tne Adair county circuit court on the 12th day of October 1880 the above orderof sale was renewed up on the same tonus and conditions And that afterwards at the February 1erm 18S1 of the Adair countv circuit court Feb 14th A D 1881 the above order was renewed upon the same teims and conditions as the original...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 17 June 1881

Wti - - - -- hen- i man in Chicago named lrieom who has undertaken to out do Tanner ly failing fifty day He has already managed to pa about three week- without eatinir The Ohio republican have chosen Charley Foster as their standard bearer for the campaign this fall and they will re eloet him governor by a handsome ma jority The I recn backers of Iowa nominated Mr Mary A Nah as a candidate for State Superintendent Public of Instruc tion but the lady declined because in the first place she was a republican and iu the second localise her duties as a wife and mother occuih her time o fully that -lie ha- no time for office seeking Kit Aiums ofthe MopkuxAimjo mar ried a Miss Mary Idelle Day recently This the first instance of a good editor liavimr aH idle day for a huig time Prom the Aiaso we learn lhat the usual bridal tour was post poned but that next September Mrs Adam will pack up her Kit and sro to ihe Northern lakes The republicans of Missouri ought to thank God and take courage It...

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