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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 July 1881

it 4 m a h I i I l I w jrl M i1 JJ ffl SS The Weekly Cteapkic lu4MSwET Att PubAPropr KIKKSVIILE MISSOURI VM GILL Editor FRIDAY JULY 22 1S81 Yesterdays News The President continues to improve His wound is doing well Tempera ture and respiration normal His ap petite is good No fever and sleep natural Wednesdays ote at Albany was as follows Lapham 72 Potter 44 Conk ling 28 Woodford r necessary to choice 76 Tho assembly passed the bill providing for the filling of vacan cies m congress An Omaha dispatch it ports lite sur render of Sitting Bull No particulars The Talbott boys are to be hanged tomorrow No trace or clue of the Winston train robbers Vanished Thk Newark State Free Thinkers Association called its fourth annual meeting to be held at Hoinelsville X V to commence Augusttflst and contin ue live day i The New York legislature elected one Senator Saturday Let them du plicate it and go home and the will hav e the thanks of the country Six of the strongest St Louis iron manufacturing...

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 July 1881

wtl Us 1 1 The Weekly Grapkic Dr J M Swktxam Aivihticixo Kates twed on actual rlrruln lion at time of contract For terms etl mate et apply to V M Glix Managing Kditor SJ0 3SC3RIE0XOaT iVr ii urn in advance Leaded Bushes LkiIs 10 cuts Um i per rout discount lor additional Insertion St L P Railway mscOKTlt lfcM lirer - - CG a 111 In If In IMS p in y m 4 i oim kast - - S13 a 111 I Krrlclt - 10ji m OOINI SOITU Iim npcr - Cfip m Knight m DIVISION OOINC WE T IiMit - - 7i5 p ni Fn ifhl UM p ia UMFHIb3RIEFS The latent phrae for licking a man i io say you will fall dawn on him The Graphic circulating library has a ht of patrons numbering two hun dred There is getting to be considerable sickness through the country The continued heat is producing its effect Good butter lias been rather scarce in this market for t ome days and com miiiiln a jrood cash priee Aw important business meeting will be held in the Chrtian church Wed nesday evening at 8 p m All the members of the church are urgently re...

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 July 1881

I 1 H V IM VI f r r m Lifl I strtHUj raUM ftr tr with tke ifcaet a to St the opinion of the met of that celebrated amateur onomer Mr Samuel Longbornc demniens known to die world as Mark Twain I visited this house this morning just before daybreak His passionate fondness for observing cel estial phenomena is well known I was confident that I should find him at his telescope in the turret that caps ihe northeast corner of his extraordin ary mansion A few well directed pebble brought him to the window Hello said he come up but dont wake the baby Mind the sixth stair on the second flight it creaks a Hades of a falsetto So saying he let down the door key at the end of a string When I reached the turret my friend was no longer inside He was sitting in an open scuttle leading to the roof smoking a cigar With both hands he grasped a long pole When it grew lighter I perceived it was a boat hook His face had a haggard look and his long legs hung listlessly through the scuttle way You look tir...

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 July 1881

- t WEEKLY J H SWETNAM Publisher EDITORIAL NOTES Kisxnt reports indicate a shortagein the wheat crop in the west Three hundred and nine million pos tal cards were used last year ltKroimt from ierinany indicate only nlhxit a half crop of wheat this year a Tiik Mississippi valley horticultural iviety meets at Cincinnati Sept 7 Tlie damage to New Ulm Minnesota liy the nvent cyclone is estimated at There is danger of a beer famine in Cincinnati the brewers are still on the strike Im chinch bug and army worm are worrying the farmers of Illinois and Indiana - J ustice Nathan Clifford of the U S Supreme court died at Comish Maine on Mondav Tliere are now over 44000 nost offices in the United States Nearly three thousand were established last year Now that Sitting Bull has taken his seat it would be well for the gov ernment to see that he remains seated Tiik London Standard says in En gland every incident in President Gar fields illness is watched with the most mournful interest Had it been...

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 July 1881

II PI i V 1 U- The Weekly Graphic k4M8wetxam VulsAProjir KIRRSVIIXK MISSOURI WMGILL Editor FRIDAY JULY a9 1881 YESTERBAVSKEWS Up to one oclock Wednesday the president is reported to be improving He was free from fever and resting quietly The rumor that he was worse yester day is not confirmed Another plot has been discovered against the life of the Czar There is trouble in Arizonia between the Mormon and Gentile population m Thens is no dorot but the presidents condition since last Saturday has leen very critical and that it still remains so While the daily bulletins read hope fully an observer may read ltween the lines that his chances for life or death yet hang in the balances We can only hope for the best and wait THES1DESTOF ALL It must be for those little county seat Conkling organs who having pitched their penny whistles to a high key in unison with the organ to have it go back on them in the following style The Globe Democrat says Tile wlfcmciv who livc bn redlrtin that the 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. — 29 July 1881

M K K 3r Thccekly Graphic Dr 1 JJ Swktnam t - Proprietor Am rKTUiNolUTrjs liased on actunl clriula tloii at time of contract For tcrmx ctl mate da apply to f M OlLt Managing Editor STTBSCRIPTIOF iVr n uin In advance 150 LllM ktiNtt LKllS 10 CHfS ftf UN 25 per rent discount lor addltlonnl Insertion W St LtP Railway faOlXU SOUTH GOINO OLTH - iiX a in 1 Vaaacnrer - - 831 p u raruFcr iviflit lMp ni lrrtlbt lUp ni 1 M T MVIBIOX U0IO KAT COIXU Mt faaaruirr 81S a in I laeofcer - 715 p i Kreljut - 1048 a ni I rrrlfht lillp Dr J Jackson Crider Editor and proprietor of the New York Ottumwa and Omaha Medica and Sur gical Journal and for fifteen years a physician of eminence in New York City and now sole owner of the famous Ottumwa Medical Infirmary establish ed in Ottumwa Iowa since March 8 1874 Owingfto hu immense practice in Kirksville Mo he has consented to make a visit Monday August 8th and remain until Thursday August 11th 1881 taking rooms at the old reliable Parcels House Dr Crider is n...

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 July 1881

r I y 1 in lv I r IK i i t i ill SERIOUS BUT HOPEFUL The aitlei ef Preside it CarltM t 4y Steady Improvement Washington DC July 25 The reassuring diameter of the official bul letin this morning proved a solace to many anxious hearts and business in the departments and streets of the Cap itol resumed its wonted state The improvement that followed the surgical operation continued steadily During the nfchl the President lcpt as well as before the relapse and at one time dd not awaken for an hour and a quarter He was given beef and tea or milk nourishment at intervals of two hours and took each succeeding allowance with increased relish The usual febriie rise began to diminish before midnight At that hour he had no fever and had none at all during the night Neither was there any re occurrence of chills The preliminary examina tion of the patient showed pulse 9S normal respiration and temperature The wound was undressed at half past 7 oclock Dr Hamilton and the four attending physicians ...

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 August 1881

WEEKLY J If MWKTKAM Publfoher EDITORIAL NOTES The editor ol the SL Louis Pout Din jwfcA says that a statement of the Kivksiillt Democrat i so far from the truth tliit lni is to Mime extent pain- shocked disgusted and alarmed Now we do sincerely hoie the philos opher will look more to his refutation tor veracity and not have the impres sion pet out that he sometime- speaks fabelv The following publications are now issued from this office The Daily oaphic the Weekly Graphic the Com mon School Victor the National Ifeal Ksfate Index the Monthly Graphic De lineator in addition to which one side or the 1V11 MellGreenbaeker is printed for iLs publisher under contract Some time during August the publication of an eight page illustrated Library Monthly will I commenced A wr OHO stcrentvtiiiiir virawtiK lia Jx en ordered and steam ovver will lc added soon This is how the matter looks to those at a distance The St Louis Chroni cle says Tlii citl7insrKlrlkUllr Mo are trititlnr the lui sthin fMo...

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 August 1881

- 1 The Weekly Graphic OhTMSwitxam Tub 1ropr KIKK8VI LLP MISSOURI WM GILL Editor FRIDAY AUGUST 5 tSSi Changing Address Sulii rllcrswlslitns tltctr address vhanged iiutM give the name of the post office totihlch Vk r pr llas bcon as well as the post ituvwlnrc they desire it to be changed to LAWS OP NEWSPAPERS As Established by the State Courts If subscribers order the discontinuance of new the publishers may continue to semi them ISTii all aisukai use imiii lfsiibscritiers refuse or neglect to take their apcrs from theoffiic towliich thev are em they are held responsible until they iiati MTTLLII THEin nnLMiid ordered them discontinued If usirilcii mote toother pluccs without iifriiiiugthepuilishcraud the newspaper are scut ti the former direction thm hi it Til KX IIFMMNiLk Hereafter for all MiitniiGH and Oiiiiitikv r K1ty Resolution of ntHct of oer 10 iiM r ooorasim ie ciurrea lor at me imp 01 hi ecnl per line of eight word IftOOXCEMEXT In thr Priruds and Patrons of the Meekly Graphi...

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 August 1881

I n l 1 Rl t a i 1 The Weekly Graphic Dr 1 SI Swctjtam Proprietor AllVKKT0 KT1 lllnl tin ll tllttl OlnMlla timi at ttmc f vnntrait Vr tortus v l ctcapplv t W M iStM Kditor II -1111111 advance J110 Leaded Business Locals 10 cents per Line i ht -cut di cmml jy Jtlttionil iiiPt rtiiis M St I hi p Raihvav Kill MS SIIBTII 4M ucvr - - Ki iu rn Wit 111 p m MJLI iioim v t ipT - - IS a m IVmupt - - 7 s n m t rvijjlii - Ws j goim oitm raswiiRvr in rrlfit - - - lUp m DIVISION- tioix t T r iT igiu 111 1 in Dr J Jackson Crider Alitor and roprietoroFthe New York Ottumwajtiii Omaha Medica and Sur peal Journal and for fifteen years a phy iciin of eminence in New York City and now ole owner of the famous Ottnmua Medical Infirmary establish ed in Ottumwa Iowa since March 8 17 1 Uinj5to his immene practice in ICiiksville Mo he has consented to make a visit Monday August 8th and remain until Thursday Anjjust lltli 1SS1 taking ro in at the old reliable Parcels House Dr Crider and hence needs no comment ...

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 August 1881

i IV J ViM U m i i i to j i II 1 tlj 5i if s mm 1 4 i I HL si l Jbl wwg THE LITTLE FOLKS I Paprr Specially for School rcH Ifalow we give t onife sjiecinieii arii olp from the August number of the Common School Visitor published at JUiis office 1 M Swcttnan publisher L Pajv Editor The Visitor has al ivady attained quite a large circula tion and new names are beinjj rapidly Mnt hi from different joints 11 is a ivtininon school lesson paper and as ucli i a new thing in educationil juinaliMii Published monthly at iOo per anntuu FormatioaofHatits 11 mi arc formed slowly like the deltas at the mouths of river they grow almost impcrccptiblj until they change the entire current of our lives -Among bad habits none creep ujon their victim with Mich stealthy tiead as the habit of neglect putting off doing th i we should do at once or of duing it in an imperfect or slovenly manner with the intention of doing it tight after awhile This habit becomes downright laziness at lait We absolute ly drea...

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 August 1881

On Saturday a meeting of 15000 person was addressed at Northampton by Bradlaugh who had his arm in a sling and was suffering from erysipelas He said is his constituency continued to trust him he would keep on in the struggle as long as he lived He he- nounced the conduct of the House of Commons and expressed his deter mination to wiR and punish his oppo nents The speech was received with great cheering The Georgia legislature is about to puiiih Mormonism by fine and im prisonment for teaching it This will prove a perfect god send to the mor mon missionaries in that state The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church It seems to us this is a step backwards The punishment of polyg amy would be a different thing but to punish men for preaching or teaching smacks a little too much of two centuries aiiO Telegraphic advices from large por tion of Indiana and Michigan convey the following regarding wheat and cum in the first named state the acreage of corn is not up to the average and...

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 August 1881

11 lil Ifiil its tit i I I i IVJ ifi fl 1 1 i k N i atU ftiaMifcapfl llie The Weekly Graphic IuJMSwtTAM luu Fropr K1UKSVI1IK MISSOUKI WM Gila Editor FRIDAY AUGUST 12 1SS1 KirKsville Democrat ays that the statement pulilislied by The Chronicle the other Jay to the effect that it op pose t he location of the Q M l 1 hliojps theieisa damned lie This is the way lilackjiuaiJ talk lint the Donio riat may have the benefit of the in it own -elect words St Lnii Chronicle V have fiom time to tiuui attempt ed to reforiti our lliilc onlicr ami to lame lixiu down to the usun of good society hut all in vain Eitly educa tion and more iccent associations arc too ifOwerful We are orrv to say it hut he will -wear 111 his lujilih moral and pajier every time he ct- in a tiht place This takes all the edtfe off of half a dozen columns of Pla tonic philosophy in no time Thkv are advertising in the City of Mexico for men to work on the rail roads but we doubt very much if the rush from the United States of...

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 August 1881

The Weekly CJvaphic lr 1 M Swktxam - - Proprietor llWUTIsO HT iKl edoil aUlltl tin Mil lion at lime of i uiitRut For e tl in tti - tli npplj In W MGni Managing Kill tor iVr i utii in advance U Wanted lmiuiMiiattl Jtilt jMiunds fic h liutti r SM ioii tn sh and all kinds ot rmiiitiv pnidiice Call and me jii -ell and jet niv mid do not 1 fooled liy street runnel- m prin is cish sttietly TlIOs HoUUlOOK Removal M Dean A nftin have moied into the Ivie buildmir on the north side of the square jKipular rro i -land and wewi hthe newfiuna Iiir traJe in their new location See ailtil tl illieilt TALK 1 1 heap but posted in such mat ters will alwav call on Mi- Marchand define uiakniir their tinal iiuicha es ot liiillmen Sh ha- 1 ery fine line ho cii wih care and ta te which -lie iiiiir out ei cheap Oil Exhibition You will find a line of l1j 5 and que usiai eon exhibition at J U like- popular yrroitrv A thinir 111 this line at bottom price Diop ill and take a look whether ou wm to pun liL e 01 no...

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 August 1881

re fc s vr i n r ft I r roiiTicli Opposition to Lamar Wamhwtiix Auiiit 0 It is con tirnnili lioro thai tonnialmer lias aii noimocl Iiim el a- i firecnbick candi date fin- I he l S Senate in Mississippi in opposition to Lamar This cause onn uulimiat inn among the Democrat hole some of whom say it is a move of of Clialmufr lo net the votes of the iioenkiekers in the House of to keep him in his soit which is eontrHetl by Lynch Iowa ScnatorMiin 3Imsiiiitowx Iowa August t It is- claimed the nomination ol 1 1 Kain rar in the Tweniy nmth Senatorial ONtnctanJ AX Ioyneerin the yesterday insures- the election ofWiNon for United States Senator Prohibition Defeated Uuririi X Cr Aujr Uepoit fiom seventeen counties jrive the majorities asaint prohibition a Other counties will probably ran it up to 00 OH or 7000 The whites divided The negroes did not but voted -solidly against prohibition Ireland Coiik August 5 The laborers strike is everywhere extending At Queenstown Mallow and at different cente...

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 August 1881

T 11 SWRTXAM Publisher EDITORIAL NOTES Jvv Goimd has gobbled up the Mis sissippi Valley Karg line and the river some is now owned by the great mon opolist Farmers in some parts of Illinois are selling off their surplus stock on ac count of the prospective scarcity of feed the coming winter Tin appointment of C V Riley as entomologist of ihc department of ag jiculture is a good one and reflects credit on the foresight of the new com missioner Gut Isaac Hassett will soon com plete his fiftieth year as door keeper of the U S senate He is writing a book entitled Sketches and Reminin sencesof the United States Senate iS 31 1SS1 has been caught in the act ijjuotimr poetry from Pinafore to tnpliiMzu his indorsement of ollicial documents This miows the necessity iof real reform Things are coming to coining ioa pretty pa in the republic when the army is commanded by a man whn aii iutl write hNown postry At lanta Constitution is LtxssTisrirr lias apjiomted Jen llryan 1 Thomas an ex Cenlederat...

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 August 1881

ft r P I Tlie Weekly draphlc Dll J M S WKTX AM Fob rropr KIRKSVILLK MISSOURI WM GILL Editor FRIDAY AUGUST 19 1881 THIS ISSUE This isue of U10 jRArmc although only an average one presents a choice nrray of matter for all classes of rca ilisrs On our first pasrc wo present the nual variety ot Editorial Notes Hu morous selections State Items Neigh lorluwxl and County news and a jrener al liii vellaney On our local anil edi toiial l ajs will be found comments items and current news with quite full account of the presidents danger ous condition A full foreign and local liiaikot corrected up to Thursday moruiug i also another valuable fea ture e aim to make this absolutely correct Our inside pages present over solid columns of general reading condensed news a splendid continued Mory poetry a letter by Nasby current politics etc Look the paper over how it to vour friends and nk them to MijM ribe The Presldut The condition of the President is fully shown by the dispatches which we publish 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. — 19 August 1881

The Weekly Graphic Dr 1 Swktsan - Proprietor m iitTiMMt 1 tu liiisist tin urinal timtnt tlmr of i uiitnut VVr term eU etc npplj to V MUiti Mamigtiig KMItm SCT3SCIIX5TIOiT 11 5111 lii ailvam U St L Si F Railway toiva south t a in coivu sonu reject any and all bids Bids to be hand ei to the undersigned on or before August 2i 1881 The old building is for sale P F Grkknwood Chairman The EuporiM Dodge Sr a well known citizen of Emporium writes that one of his men Sam Lewis whilst working in the woods to severely spiained his an kle that he could scarcely get home but after one or two applications of Iiiomas EcLKCTmc Oil he was able to go to work next day For sale by J G Jamison 10 Leaded Business Locals 10 cents per Line i ht i oiit Hrnunt tor mlilttloual liiMTtlnns tChanging Address- MiliMrllK illitiii tlu Ir i liaiiinsl Iim t glu tliv lmincor the in tolkc to whit i till- lMT llls Mllt as Well 1 tin- Jlosl illii f nlii ri llu j li ir It to I limitl to LAWS OP 2TEWSPAPSS As Established b...

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 August 1881

M I F S IS 41 fj i 3 II 1 II I 4 V ifinmmmg xew badex srwxes - sew itcx rnisos Editor UuArmc Seeing from tho papers solnany confiding accounts of mineral springs in Adair county as to their quality quantity and locution 1 will state afew facts concerning them That thov possess tfieat medical prop erties none need doubt if they will take tho trouble to conic and spond a short time in these beautiful woods in which the springs are located I use the word swings not ripplcts of water but beau tiful spring from which the waters push at tho rate of a pint m eijjht seconds This is Xo 1 spring there are 4 others one with a greater How of water than the alwve and so it continues to How never varies The oldest settler out here will tell you it is the same new a he knew it 50 years ago when it was known as the Indian medicine water There insufficient water in these spring for bath and druikintr purposes A sufficient tor all that may come One man who comes regular says he commenced drinking 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. — 26 August 1881

1 tft ff who have to pav the hill 1 he president had another relapse on Sunday and was reported dxing jcsteidax Our latest news report- lim hut lirttcr A few hours more will probably decide the question of life or death lv delirious moving our com t house out to 1 i een castle He will haidlymoxeit out of the count x we sriu if he doe- we cm lent auothci m t as good Theie is Ri rOKiafrom ariousioints qf Min- n i finished and threslilllS IS well under wa In some the ield is erv small but the aerae is WEEKLY 5 vl SWHTXAJI Publisher EDITORIAL NOTES SCISSOR GRAPHICS TIn name of Haley City hanged to llumphievs has been Tii bea ts lion is iegaidcl a the king of but the luiiiians call the o the 7mv Km v seem to be all count paiers imi iimu 1 n exchange saxs the Ohio Kiver is on cigoover the county mmi quc ion m ow hat sieaiH01 lVe to cany to liv tin iluL It i estimated that the bill of torsfo treating P esident Oarlield 1 i 7M ol unkied kisses ti Ji ar alwiil 0tKH a tat thing lor the whi ua...

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