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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 17 June 1881

fl 1 P I 3 S The Weekly Graphic KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI WHGILL Editor FRIDAY JUNE 17th 1881 Besides being incorrect the dispatch or correspondence of the Chronicle from tliis place was ill advised and reckless in its statements The Chron icle would do well to change reporters at tliis point The position of a certain newspaper on the normal question reminds us of the candidate who was cornered on the whisky question His reply was Feller citizens I I am in favor of the law but but opposed to its execu tion A regular straddle How do the people like a wishy washy and style of JouRNL tsm The Graihic with its outspoken candid and fearless criticism and comments has opened the eyes of the people as to what consti tutes a real newspaper The Graph ic admits nothing from mere personal considerations but aims to deal with all live questions on their merits deal ing out to saint and sinner their portion in due season It would commend a personal enemy for a good act and chide a bosom fuend for a wro...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 17 June 1881

i I I The Weekly Graphic Dr 1 3f SwnyAi - - Proprietor Ahvektimmi Rurrs based on actual clrcula lo at time of contract For tennis N I1 to w G Maneirinir hdltor stTsscaRxss2noar icr ii lira In advance l5o Leaded Bnslttss Louis 10 cents per Line i jut cent ill count lor additional Insertion WANTED A rii tclu uimian to work In a re taurant at iM per u ccJc Apply at A V- rflterV depot restaurant rtTI tT - iiwi uiii uiuiay msiii last one a kjiiui iuv I turn Jo W horse w lute face u lilt- feit The other a dark b iv Lcnc information or re 11 Harlan Suitable reward BOARDERS Wantcd Mr M ETamion will take boarder duriur court at Ate pc inial or M criitr per day itli lodging cltw nOAKOIXR WANTED Two room and in a private family for a man wife rndtvio daughter aired 9 and 12jcars Rood seforence jrlven and reonireil Adilrr witli particular references Acl William Shcrrad 2115 Clark A vM Louis Mo Who is truckling A live dog is better than a dead lion Kikksviile undoubtedly possesses the great Amer...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 17 June 1881

II s h B k a it t t u if 1 tr A - If- ic prietor tactual etrcwla ta For term vVMUltLMinjr 3C2RUf XXOXT am In advance 91M LeiWhilmtLKlirfmtt pw Um Hi per rent discount tor additional tnirrtloni LttfAL ITEMS Btptant Millard had a little xurpnso if not a wnsation which occurred Saturday iat hss Laura Mahaffy of that place and P 11 Denniston whose parents re side in that vicinity quietly came to Kirbville Saturday afternoon and were married hy Itev IS W Sliarp We understand the brides relatives opposed the match hat it proved the old old adage that love laughs at locksmiths and olflecting parent After the cere mony then wly wedded pair took the night train for Moberly where Mr Denniston i engaged as a railroad employe riasteniff Seiled proposals will be reserved till July 1 st for plastering 3000 yards more or less about half of which is lenewiuir old ceilings State price for renewing ceilings tor lathing and plast fiiuir new work and plastering on brick and stone walls Said work to U d...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 24 June 1881

f - l s I WEEKLY GRAPHIC J n SW ETXAM Publisher EDITORIAL NOTES Wi think our readers may look for some kind of a climax at Albany this week - - Grant Arthur and Colfax were in consult tion at New York on Satur dav Tub telegraph oierators of England are on a strike for a lea numlier of working hours daily The rcpuplican party splits just af ter an lection the democratic party just Inforo was a wise remark of u kipn political obseiver Tiik heavy rains of Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night did not ex tend hut a few miles west East and north east they were still heavier This weeks issue of the Graphic will contain a full and complete sketch ot tiie Dooming young city of Haley on 111c western extension ot the J M 1 railroad J iik Evening Call of Keokuk a two cent evening paper recently started by Murphy of the late Alaxandria Com mercial has been absorbed by the Keo kuk Constitution On Friday June 17th lloston and environs bubbled over with patriotic en thusiasm over the 106th annive...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 24 June 1881

ill 8 ill 1 I I if The Weekly Graphic tt1M8wKTNAM WMilM Editor luli fc Iropr KtKKSVIlLX MISSOUUt FRIDAY JUNE 24th 1881 A2T0THEB SXXTSATZOXT Judft XUison in thi Boll of a Sroiicr tthti Jifces an Editors Fall Blvws What Mst Rawdirs aid Loafers do Wednesday evening a street row oc curred between Judge Ellison and C E Kinnianofthc Pell Mell Green backer It took place opposite the post office about or shortly after six oclock Judge Ellison beinjj the ag gressive party A few harmless blows were exchanged the parties grappled Kinman who was a little man was crushed to the side walk and finally promised to apologize Judge Ellison went before the mayor plead guilty to an assault and was fined two dollars We presume this fixes the market price for the ensuing season So much for the incidents in the case the following were the causes which lead to it In a suit brought byMeyerKesspoolvs Brooks constable to determine the ownership of certain goods shipped to this place the question turned on the...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 24 June 1881

The Weekly Graphic Dr 1 M Swktxam Proprietor AiviiiTiiMi Uvtks hated on actual circuit tion at time of contract For term etl mates etc apply to W M IlLU Managing Editor ti in In advance 1V Leaded Business Locals 10 cents per LiM ht cent discount tor additional Im crtion Constable Hicks of Polk township arretted a stranger Saturday on sus picion of being a horse thief In the case of Phillip colored clinrtretl with rape who was tried at las l court when the jury hung a ver dict of acquittal was rendered Wednes day afternoon after the jury was out a numlier of hours In the caseof llaylor vs Rrewmgton in the circuit court over the ownership of the Ilrewindon bnildinir on the south side of the j quare the verdict was fr Hrewingtou on the ground that the ale under deed of trust was not legally made -- Mr George X Stille sheriff of Put nam county was married on Wednes day lune 11th to Miss Hattie E Lov ing of Mt Pleasant Iowa The Graph ic acknowledges receipt of cards As time W es with its...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 24 June 1881

1M S i n I I The Weekly Graphic Dr J Jf Swktsan Proprietor Am eutiino Rates bated on actual clrcula tlou at time of contract Tor terms wtl inato ctA apply to W M Giu -Managing Editor STSSCBZSTZOir I iVr trum In advance IWO LtiM lisiMts Ltcalt 10 enfs ptr Un iVjKT tent discount tor additional insertion LOCAL ITEMS SeiteicdL The sheriff of Knox county in charge of two prisoners passed through this place on Friday cvtning en route for the penitentiary at Jefferson City One of them was the notorious Jim Mayfield who has gien the authorities so much trouble He was sentenced to the pen for five j cars for horse stealing The other prisoner was John Mallon whose arre t was chronicled by the Gkmiuc some weeks since for robbery He is sent to the Mexico Mo jail till next term of court The party took supper at the American house - -709 Yarn OU The following i a list of the present i aml jury with their respective William Fickel lot email 66 H C Poncannnn 1 W 0 H L Ammer jnan 66 Noah Stukey CG Z...

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 July 1881

b A r o L I K t J i WEEKLY J II SWGTNAH FaMisher EDITORIAL NOTES TiiKguiul lodge of colored Masons of Kentucky have lieen Jn session at Lomillc Unwell H Bobbins of St Louis a pioinuieut member of the Knights of Honor ami editor the organ of that so i iety i expected here on Monday Im Jefferson City Tribune a dem ocratic organ takes Gov Crittenden sharply to task for appointing so many democrats as notaries in St Louis If christians had as much faith in Prov idence as the a cragc w oman has in the camphor bottle nitroglycerine and giant powder would be a dead drug on the market Rev W Iopc Yeaman 1 I of CiIasgowcorrcsnonding secretary of the executive board of the Missouri baptist general association was a guest at the lar els House Friday Riiorts from Panama say that the sanitary condition is yen bad and a number of deaths hac occurred in the foreign hospital Work on the canal is not progressing at a very lively rate I a st spring wl en some of the normal professors took sides in the...

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 July 1881

ft 1 The Weekly Graphic DllJMSWETXAM lub fc lropr KIKKSVI1LK MISSOUIU WM GILL Editor FRIDAY JULY i 1S81 FOURTH OF JULY TALK With a population of fifty millions with a balance of the worlds trade largely in our favor with five hun dred thousand immitnants from every land under the sun added to our popu lation and assinrtatcd without jar con fusion cr perceptible trouble in a single year with a national eredit that can refund our bondsatthreeandonedialt iivent and with contentment and prosperity from one end of our conti nental republic to the other there is ample reason for self congratulation and patriotic boastings If ever there was a time when the youuir American Fourth of July Demosthenes might le excused for soaring the national eagle the present is that time Little did the representatives of three million colonists anticipate such grand results yet they builded better than tliuv knew It took nearly three gener ations and a fierce baptism of blood before their simple statement i...

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 July 1881

The Weekly Graphic Dr J M Swctvam - - Proprietor Aititii 5 IUtcs Im1 on actual rirculu tlou at time if contract For tenns cti mate etc- apply to V M Rill Managing Editor StrBSCKlPTlOlT i ti urn in advance flJio Leaded Business Louis 10 cuts per Uh Si per cent dtcount lor additional l St L F Railway ttMMl MIUT1I tOIMl MHTII r iipvr - - 37 a m I lsciiirir - 2n ut Kr 111 tlip M t r I lljTIT - - s13 a 111 IY lirlit - - toils a in Kn Ulit WVIMOV IOIMl T raw njn r - - live the Judge a rest lUi III p in 111 i hi Milan has a good wagon shop in running order Another exhibition Ioftv straddlinir of grand and Of what account is a newspaper un less it gives the news Haley City had its first cyclone this week Read th e original poem in this is sue of the Weekly Graphic Mr Charley Johnon who taught the young idea how to shoot before the war is visiting Kirksville hi The Graphic is doing more work than all the other offices in -own Six hands kept busy Millard is talking of a neighborhood celebrati...

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 July 1881

I i I ftt ki 1 H V as u f r - T rw w s s The Weekly Graphic lr J AL Swctxam - Proprietor Akviktimxo Rum based on actual clrcula tUm t time of contract For tortus ctl mate- ett apply to W M Giix Managing Kdilor STTSSCJRXaPTXOiT ii uin In advance A Uit4 Saarr Mfal ly a Jyi Ltied tastes Heals 10 cHtt Mr Um S per rent ilWr mint tor additional Insertion A FEW ITEMS OF T101CHT Eiiitiiu Gnu mc Heforms and efforts to iiring about reforms are iirojier in all msis Errors in law or otherwise nsially if Mrtiettiitc4t should Ih I nut w lien discover d and corrected It is coiuniendaldc in one de an error w lien it Uknown nn tr ior lias len committed A wrong com mitted knowinirlv csjiecially iil act be condemneil though not in an angrv or revenfreful manner lor that would lis a wrong in itself TritieiMng the acts of officials in their oilicial capacity tend- to keep them on guard that no wrong or error may be toiimiitted CriticL iii are common to raid oflicials in their oflicial acts from towuhip ...

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 July 1881

y WEEKLY J tf SWKTNAM Pafcllaker EDITORIAL NOTIS The grcenbackcrs do not seem to know a coqise when they see it Thk comet and its me too attach ment is rapidly growipg less Ohio is rated as one of the doubtful slates this year- A few well written and carefully memorized etemoraneous remarks w ere indulged in by something over two million orators last Monday The Post Dispatch speaking or the w ithdraw al of the name of Piatt from the senatorial race feelingly remarks We are sorry to lose Mr Piatt from the ranks of American statesmen Probably the meanest man on record keeps a boarding house in in San Dom ingo Iist winter an earthquake turn ed the edifice clear upside down and the morning he began charging the garret lodgers first floor prices ii A correspondent should always make it a point to add to a newspaper com munication If too long please cut down to suityourself This re assures llie editor and suggests a way out of a possible difficulty which might neer have occurred to him A ...

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 July 1881

I fi KU m F WSW Ivjr A V maHEWMBHniS3VS JrTtfi iJrp4afc g3SEBHiESr Vte i5fc ttjS JOT sv gpgwKa The Weekly Graphic H J Ml SwETSAM WMGlLLKdltor ruin A lropr KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI JFRIDAY JULY S i88t A dispatch irom Washington spoak ingvof Gittoau the man whohotprcsi deut Garfield avs ofhuiK Heseems everywhere to have beHn re gardedas an erratic and acrackvdr per souj exhibiting tnoit aptitude nusandpliiloophica1 spccutetionsThan lor business V e hope theeditur of the Ik mocmit will take warning from the nbovcsiud j eform his ways If wc had mot the above description without a name at tained we would have at once jiiuiied to lie conclusion tliat our philosopher was tlie jurty described At St Joseph on the 4th a crowd of roughs headed by a4 cripple named Bruce attempted to put all colored people off the exposition grounds Jas Browning colored had his skull frac tured a white man who interfered to protect him had his jaw broken and sustained other injuries a colored lad named Fowler was bea...

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 July 1881

a m if ji i i MM The Weekly Graphic Dr J M SwKTNAM OllIMl SOUTH jiiinr - ni InUlii 115 pm M Jt V iOIn iArT riM nrrr - IY U ht - - 10M a m Louis Proprietor AnvtitTisiNfi 11 itxs liii oJ on actual circuit lion t time of contract For term csti mutes etc apply to W M GlIA Managing Editor sTTascsiPTioar it uui in advance t 150 Leaded Business Locals 10 chU per U ii per cent discount tor additional in crtlons W St L P Railway OOIM1 SOUTH I Vasx nrrr - - f p m IFnbdit -11311 m DIV1MON IOIM1 EkT I ranrnarr - - TS5 p ni I FnUM - 1U p tu Boyd spends Sunday in St Patten the insane man sent to St Joseph asylum Wednesday Millers saw mill burned down Friday nicht Do not forget old settlers meeting on the 1 6th The thermometer shade Wednesday lleailnnin M E next Sunday morning Lmidin stood 9S in the The Graphic still continues to its circulation adding Church South liv Hew John Philip Phillips will smg intheMetho dist Eiscopal church Wednesday June 1 3 630 i m doors open at 6 oclock He sings 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. — 8 July 1881

nelabyslfcUCttc Knock at the door Peep in Lift up the latch Walk in What a funny door A forehead fair House with a roof Of golden hair And tangled curls From ridge to base Over the eaves Queer little place Two windows there And baby peeps in Finds the bright blue Where the sky went in And a laughing elf Looks out to see Who raps so loud And calls for inc A dainty nose Turned up beware With thumb and fingers Lift it with care The portals open Dont walk in Bow to the dimple On the chin A kiss for toll Now you must pav Or not come in At all to day Written for the Graphic AUUIETOYOIXCURLS BTMOBKINOfIXJUV The mnbasjust passed out 01 sight liehind the tree tops casing a tfold and crimson hue over tho clear evening sky The maple boughs wave grace fully in the oit summer wind and all is silent save the rustling of the leaves and the chip of the robin which is flit ting among the cherry boughs in search of the rich red fruit io complete his evening repast The gray haired matron is strolling ...

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 July 1881

i J ML SWETXAM Publisher EDITORIAL NOTES The Globe Democrat seems a lit tle off on Conkling Tuesday ended Griscombs forty five davs fast Next Wednesday of this week the demo crats of Ohio meet in convention to nominate a candidate for Governor According to our advices by cable froni France the crops of that country are excellent and this years vintage will be the best for fifteen year The youngest daughter of Win Mor gan who it is claimed was put out of the way by reason of having divulged Masonic secrets many years ago is said to be living in Oregon Gen Meade was wounded during the rebellion similar to Garfield He recovered in two months At his death which occurred from pneumonia the autopsy showed that the ball had pierced the liver If theke is even one intelligent re publican who desires or attempts to create the impression that the assassin ation was a Sialwart plot we have fail ed to meet linn People who have the iwlitical jim janis sometimes conjure up frightful objects which ...

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 July 1881

U fs TheWcekly O rap hie TM SWETXAM 1 Pub fc lVopr KI11KSVIILF MISSOUKl WM HILL Editor FRIDAY JULY 15 1SS1 The Globe Democrat seems a tic off on Conkling lit- Tuesday ended GrisconuYs forty five davs fast Next WruxEsnvv of this week the demo crats of Ohio meet in convention to nominate a candidate for Governor According to our advices by cable from France the crops of that country arc excellent and this years vintage will be the best for fifteen year The youngest daughter of Win Mor gan who it is claimed was put out of the way by reason of having divulged Masonic secrets manyycarsagoissaid to be living in Oregon Gkx Meade was wounded during the rebellion similar to Garfield He recovered in two months At his death which occurred from pneumonia the autopsy showed that the ball had pierced the liver The Agents Hkiau is the title of a newsy spicy monthly published us its name indicates in the interests and for the information of agents It is Sent for 50c a year and would be cheap at twi...

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 July 1881

The Weekly Graphic Dr J M Swercam - Proprietor Aivebtiimi IUtcs lucd on actual circuls tion at time if ronton t For term IM CtC aPlr l W M GLL MnSnS StTBSCBlPTIOlT ior An urn iu advauce 1 IV 1 v nev J S Boyd -- iT IM InM Bisiiess LkiIs 10 cuts per Line 2 cr rout discount tor additional Insertions H St L p Railway im OKTlI GOIMl MCTU Jm tiirer iVim luwnpr - - S3Sp in frlbl IlSplu Frrltfu IIJpui g M Jt r DIVISION tiOIMl KA T GOING WEST r usTr MS m m I IVxtm 73 n wl - iou m Frvitfit 113 p STKYYED On Sunday night liirlit bay horse w line lace n lute iu last one a leet The other a dark hay Leave information or re turn to R Harlan Suitable reward FOR SALE Small farm 40 acres all un di r fence giiod well null haue frame and lojr combined itahle and otber out houses apple tree- al o cherry A peach ten acre- lb cr lf miles south eat or Kirksville price fTCWiasli Enquire at till- office VDKMKAHLE REsIIlENCE In cul part of ton n one orthe best nebriibortioods In tlie city i liou v rooniF o au ...

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 July 1881

r t ff I I Ill rS 7 l s i 5 rH Pi j - Tie Btatarnal Cor mix KTE With the opening of my springr move ments in the agricultural line comes the cow Laramine has about seven cows that annoy me a ood deal They work me up so that I lose my equanimity I have mentioned this matter before but this summer the trouble seems to have as snmcd some new features The pre vailing cow for this season seems to be a seal brown with a stub tail winch is ar ranged as a night key She wears it banged The other dav I had just planted my celluloid radishes and irrigated my roy al Bengal turnips and sown my hunting case summer squashes and this cow went by trying to convey the impress ion that she went out for a walk That night the blow fell The queen of night was high in tlie blue vault of heaven and the twinkling stars Allna ture was hushed in repose The people ot Laramie were in their beds So were my hunting case summer squashes I heard a healthy step near the conserva tory where mv celluloid radishes and ...

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 July 1881

y 11 I 18 EDITORIAL NOTES Thk Post Dispatch says Gitteauwas the crank to Conks machine A- a business and mercantile center Kirksville ha- or will soon have her io Utilities Her future Ihwiih if sin has any must Im in the direction of manufacturing industries HiiMiie men should keep thinking of hi- tilNouienctinn i taken APnniov representing thirty thou sand names has been presented to the Georgia legislature asking that a prop osition for prohibition be submitted to the people at the next election The temperance movement seems to have made great progress in the South re centlv Thi Tkortc wave has reached Eng land as well as this country The peo ple there are so little accustomed to clear sunshine that it is having an ex tensive elTect A number of riflemen engaged in the shooting tournament at Winibeldon were overcome with heat on Fridav We Mipio e Senator Conklmg and 1 members of the New York legi lature leel that they have gained a great iefory by preventing the 71 re publicans fro...

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