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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 September 1881

wA M f 1 Ms l r f II I If I THEHOlCSOmOLE COKDTJCTKD BV MA JOUCA HAZLKWOon There is u old maxim where there is a trill there is a way and another equally true Hewhb intensely wilk to do anyUuMp tctlljtnd way1 r many boys and girls and men and wo men too me up what they hare un- fTArfalAM 4tA Cbv He tlat tiwi I pertinent article in this connects lromthe pen of CeliaB Whitehead will be found in another column A Homelike Home 1JY EElfc VICTOI Curtains whltv ami cuiroea soft Vases filled Willi io cs Carpel neat witlrioiorliricht And eoiredoer with ok Mirror slilnliircrr tal tlar Honks from dun Kept free Cheerful plctuns a the walls OrUaaLalH 6falr 1oll Home made brat ket ucatt cut liy skllirul little tinp r Bounejilautii tiit 1 1 niulliira room Where linLra This If not Jlic lialf wewe InTllon lirljrlit uiliGine Ilut all prevailiujr 1 the lot e From it wc neer will roam Dear Home Circle sun and fresh air also keep them clean If the leaves of a plant are ccnered with dust it cannot possib...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 October 1881

r A special from Eau Claire says the Chippewa and Eau Claire rivers regis ter eighteen feet above This morn ing some parts of the city are inunda ted and travel is interrupted Both bridges are wrecked and considerable damage has been done at the large mills none ot which are running on account of the high water It is re ported that several dams have been washed out on the Upper Chippewa A portion of the dam in the North Fork was washed out but all logs that have escaped will be caught in the lower boom Under the head of Murder or Sui cide Norborne Independent of SeptlS gives the particulars of the death of a mTm named Parks said to have been a former resident of this county The Independent says Parks came orig inally from Adair county and had pur chased the Heisinger farm He was a bachelor and had lived until quite re cently alone A young man named Colly and his wife lately moved into the house on the premises Parks boarding with them He had been seen in Nor borne Monday afternoon b...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 October 1881

tf I - I P IE 13 1 m Tke Weekly Graphic rJM8wbtka FubA Ilupr KIBK8V1UE MISSOURI WMOKl Mltor FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 1881 CIRCULATION 1296 TORKTtWX Yorktown Virginia will be the scene of a memorable celebration the present month which will be participated in not only by Americans but by delegations from the French lepublic who come as representatives ot the family and fol lowers of the gallant La Fayette Yorktown is situated on the York liver seventy miles southeast of Rich mond and eicept for its historical asso ciation of but little interest having dwindled to a mere village iince the tlas of its colonial importance In the year 1781 it was occupied by a British force under Lord Cornwallis numbering about 8000 men La Fa ette observing the blunder made by Cornwallis at once advanced into the perninsula and took post eight miles distant from the English Lite in August Washington broke camp on the Hudson and marched with his whole army toward Virginia On the fWth the French fleet numbering tw...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 October 1881

The Weekly w rapliic Dr J It SwrrsAM Proprietor AnTiKTWiXR Rate bajc1 n actnM clrculfi Hon at tlae of contract For tcrm ct mtcsctcappJjoW i Uhi Xanagin KJitor Pr Annum in t anted Immediately Lnded Business Lees 10 cents psr Line 25 per cent discount l i iiddiliuiial insertion Charr - dddressSi Milcribors tt Klim iwr nddn chansed mot cWe i olilco to AThlch the paper ha lv ull the post office where tlit j iri i Uchsugedto LAWS 0 NFv7SPAPES3 As Established b to State Courts If tubcnlerorU he lctinllnnancc ul twpapcr he pjM J r av continue end Uicm untii 1 1 uiiin aie i aid IfsuliscnlHT rcfi i - vr jlcct totaVc the ticu spaper from th 1 which they art ent thtfj arc hcil r miiH1 until tbcj have sETTtcii rau itui jnrt ordered discontinued If subscriber move toother places witlmul SnformlncUic puhlivV iind the newspaper arc sent to Mi- 10 nier lirc tion tiiev t THEN liESroCjlKijt 1T0TIC3 Hereafter for all Mauri jrj and OumM r society lie oluiioii or repect of ovpr K at th rile o 10 cents p...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 October 1881

HI I rr - Hi Jling hinge wjllie ottom 1 Ou inp io lack of room ivc are com Veiled to omit 1 part of our esteomea vonei onaents letter rite short vcet and to the point if you wish to be heard TSHDSES CIRCLE - -- MAJOLICA JUfclXWOOP THE GOLDEN WEST rv nrssin victor amUhiVIii lo diiyonhrMistoni Iin SlVfliwn llir IM Pr Vlntt nwly voaxl When- Ihc fierce 1U V ililtlcs amonjr the rod jCtl tirtJIpIit lionc Irani for the teaman ot AlMUiliWnirjiiinioiiatwlilanJKoin Sinre r my thought UVcl pcctre gatim lfrlni3rrilnrtol ami v form rrm tilncraJacrrrom ami want tthwln tlittliry Unpratlnem anil lit wtar ut their lit In an cmlle rnnmU -Mil uhj llly not conic to tilt- Mon Vt Where Ihc wiM Hon era lirlghtiw tlic glailKuw nintK j id niM tollictc iirolrlei so neh ami prc en i tit titoto1uccihcnMral anltfi Ua Tf hi CxiJanl caWiliilhitIiUarkMU riicn isjoyln V will wtinrtiipail iri ruflpert coT t Tctw Wt joumaviri il conic rjlrlaiiO Vntllbc Ore wnl toller tin fi hnl x 1 1 in IliSiiVlni io tay f Die catcni...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 October 1881

WEEKLY J If SWETXAM Publisher OTTR NEIGHBORS Scotland County Kliicr 15 V Northcutt assisted by H A Xorthcutt closed a 7 days meet ing at the Christian church in Greens burg lhcre were twenty one addi tions and seventeen immersions thev w ere taken down into the water at once Louis fair The new brick school house is prog ressing slow but sure Also new Presbyterian church under way SUimLipI Shocking murder near Sticklerville James Harbold Killed by Jesse Peak Cause of the difficulty a quarrel which arose from Peak striking Harbolds boy with a whip The boy was herding cattle on the range and his dog got after Peaks cattle when Peak became angry and struck the boy He report ed the act to his lather who in a quar rel with Peak concerning the act lost his life Macon Coiinlr iliitir Dr K C Still is not expected to re cover On the iSth mst a four year old son of Henry Vansike living a few miles South of Macon while olaving with other children sucked a piece of coal into its windpipe and for...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 October 1881

m 1 3i3BC2irT3tESBl feTIic Weekly Cri ji Tti Ju itTMSwcrAU KiRKsvnrr lnv WMJU lliii FRIDAY orrOBEK 11 1831 CIRCULATION 1296 - laphir Ptiblirations flubbing Rates We will send the Weekly Graphic 150 the Common School Visitor - 50 cents and the Homu Truasuri v 50 cents cacli one year postage paid - tor co send in your orders at once To Advertisers The Weekly Graphic lias now attain ed a regular circulation of thirteen hundred in round figures Of this number at least one thousand copies go into families and are read by from three to ten persons each who trade in Kirksville Think what a vast audi ence is reached even- week in every neighborhood and nook and corner of the county To send circulars person ally to all these would cost in postage alone many dollars as well as das of labor even if you had ihe address of each individual Yet an advertisement in the Graphic goes to each and every one without extra charge or labor and is laid away and preserved in manv eases for future reference ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 October 1881

The Weekly i apIiicLAST SUNDAYS COKSDY vrdu bTONAv - Proprietor AOTTOWixoRvmbsAonacturt drcul Uon at time of contract For tenng eU gNctcspply to W i Hhi FerAn umin mdraiic ti51 LuM Bashes Local 10 cents per Use IrcciitrilscoiiMiM additional Insertion AddressWl thir address chanced must Kirc the name Ue pot oiHce to which J paper ha n well as the port offlct where they -In ii to he changed to LAVS 7 SrarasPA Picftfl to ErtflbBsfted bffbp State Coirh If tubsenbers order -lie dicoiitluuancc ol newspapers -he publishers iV continue U end them wtil ai utittAt are paid IfaubscnlH r ret ir uewsj apcrs from tin-oils- which they an ent Uicj are held until tliej 5V sIrT K ordered their aiicontliiucd ftubsrriber move toother places without informlnirtht puhlMi iati tin- newsjviicr are sent to fanner liiwtoii they ari THIS RESroxsinit NOTICE Hercartcr for all Viii iok Ad Oditcvm riochrtj Resolution of respect of ovir u lmesIorbOwordsiilt ehsricdror at th me o 10 ccuts per line of eight tord W S...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 October 1881

I N IE tilf tfOii JTBE E0M2 CIRCLE rONDmnt 11V MVJOUCV IU2LKWOOD HoHSfhold Papers o 1 iiv in TTir uMinv 11 i i commonly accoptod notion Hut it i an iuipobiUt to do moie tli in run tliini at a finir lieno the old tlKC Iont Iiinc tto many iron- i llc liiiMV onieoftliiiii will leiiie to lie hiii noil Now 1 cm luiimntiitc io jIh Hintniiy for am uiHit dippiiijjlieiii mil ihtjii into lictilHiniiufilieVittioiiJ liou elioltl md liiyeotkeiokcopnienrike lint p imraUy 1 admit the ti uth of the idz Yi too maiiv iions in tin the that whatiils nine tenth- ol tin women tnuiill fiiim i ive iila ilioiiili tin special ot the wife not eiifuif li to thoio iiilv le Mopo Iht pinsicil oijrmmtioii when tin Loid ol the Manoi pot in 1 in lii department of laboi he dthrites all tin -mall jobs j hi- wire and with a latyrii loici of aide hodiod help he on to ic lory ulnlelii wife with more woik nd no help steidily on V disappoint incut liMa o and death The itMsoiijr 1 hear jou ay Of mans tvranny and nartvi dom ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 October 1881

m olten sent to a neighboring office for some artiele which is ot course iiiiau inary and wholly oiigional in the minds of those who perpetrate the joke Once upon a tim a boy was sent to Dr I office fw a quart of editorial He was sent back with the picture of a donkey Tnis was rather severe upon thejoker but they immediately told the lioy to go to 1 and tell him it was the editorial they wanted and not the editor Through delicacy the British Lega tion was omitted from the list of un invited guests to the Vorktown cele bration It was very naturally infer red that the bloody Britishers would not enjoy a celebration of the defeat and discomfeiture of one of their noted generals notwithstanding a hundred years had elapsed since the event This seems to have been a mistake and the omission was corrected on Friday The invitation was readily accepted and the committee assured that Great Britain has long since for gotton and forgiven all and rejoices with us in our prosperity and greatness 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. — 21 October 1881

i i I Lev p r i5 fft ra i i f - i A V i i i Tke Weekly Graph WMi Vu FIND AY OCTOBER 21 1861 1C CIRCULATIONS A prixate letter to the Chronicle from an officer on board the United States steamer Rodjjcrs dated St Lawrence bay in Behring sea August 19 gives home names which may fur nish a clew to the fat- of the Jeaimettc The letter says We arrived here on the 8th A Russian man-of-war in ort is to accompany us out The schooner Handy reports that pan of the wreck o the Vigilan was found at Cni SiTinnn inil nitivps have the Icanuctte noim on the ice toward the McKenst river on the American side This is from the natives and is their ttory All are well on board the kodgeis The vessel leaves at once lo nam es go for Serskawan from this place idi us a interpcrters The Kodgeri is the good vessel San Francisco in which started from demand it high Wood h been in prices this week Minnesota cows are no respecters or British aristocracy A few weeks ago the Duke of Sutherland was riding across 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. — 21 October 1881

m UU office M i - i l V tale at tills oHce 17011 SALE- I alrclo J 37 1- i vi6 l V Call at Unabriisil lint little worn rru c near the Vormal Trice pirlnt Inquire at Uu niace TTIOU SALE Frs IfCCK 1- oin I Lai c nrera Jl tan butk lamb lur sale or tho Ivlce tir and fcpnthdown Ireed Call atiJ examine tliem t nUes north ofKlriurvllli T C H UUK r trJc A aamlnr s cook stent In pil condition Appj al o2ie 4 LCTIOK t 1 n ynn want a first class auction i r tall en C V Allpalcr alts attenJed In anyiKirtof thwcuniitT unrtasoaable tAnns S LK OK FXrilAN GE for Klrksville prop Fill A houM anJ two near dt piit od 3llouti 1 Ioum contains 6 room pood c I Ijt cutUe Utchen rool water p m1 or rrelt t eMirapt ttc sNocom tliid Uon cln pmd npilr3i b 24 ttet and twobtorlt liirh Suitable Inrhotlo bianlli rUonM1 or parlculars applj atMIultb9 H3ceKlrVsilUc -Mo widjt Graphic Publications Clubliing Rates We will send the Weekly Graphic 150 the Common School Visitor o cents and the Home Treasure 50 cents each one y...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 October 1881

II 1 I IH 1 THE HOKS CIRCLE coMirTKt mjjijuuca iufljiwoor NawutoM topers rY RRETTIE LYNDON Wlicn I begin to talk to you about putting to rights do not become angry for I am hot about to criticise your housekeeping Thar is erfect yes too pcrfectand right there is the trou ble You have allowed your whole mind and heart to become so centered upon keeping every corner bright and shining as a new pin that you have had no time for the cultivation of your mind and no time for rest and recrea tion I am acquainted with a farmers wife not a thousand miles away who does all the house work for a family - of five persons plants and cultivated all the garden raises chickens milks three cows feeds the pigs does all her own sewing and I wont tell any fur- ther for no one but a farmers wife would believe nir She is a young woman only thirty five yet her hair is growing gtay and her cheeks are sunken her hands tremble her eyes have lost the fire of her youthful days and she is almost on the verge of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 October 1881

The Tribune correspondent thus de saiits the closing scenes at Yorktown At 5 oclock just as the sun is sinking behind the Yorktown bluffs the British flair is shown on the fore of the Tren ton and a gun is fired Instantly the other ships run up the same colors and gun answers gun along the line The echoes are tossed to and fro the Yoik and Gloucester shores From the grassy slopes of the old for tifications and from the distant camps down the rr er come answering explo sions telling that the army joins the navy in this unusual and graceful act pt courtesy towards the mother conn uy Now yards are manned and a fiOil salute given the American flag in uhicfc the French ships join and so uith aksoiiy greeting to Great Britain against whose arms and fleets Amer icas hostile guns clamored for liberty and independence a hundred years ago and to Queen Victoria who has In vs time of sorrow won new title to the lotn respect of every American heart the centennial of the great vic tory at Yoiklow...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 October 1881

Ufl IW n Li i i s El ajUt b gf f v fj i fil Weekly Graphic IMi iTNi - IliKaiiUiipr KliKMlUlU MlSSoriH V M illl IMithr 1 iiiy ormimii iiiiasy CiCULAIOII296 TIIKHHERCIttVCMmX The liver mm ention uhiih mcl in Sil ouN WcdncMiay 20th inst had for consideration a question of much deeper interest to the people of the Mississippi ille tliaa the appointment of cabinet office foreign consuls ot post masters The Mississippi is the great natural rotre from the falls of St Anthony to the Gulf of Mexico and luteci ian he done toward induc ing conjjios 0 mali the i ercssary ap uropriaiiont to tlicnipocmcit of llie iier liot ltl he done 1 he plan are all matured what is necessary is al ready known and the object of this meeting was to show the deep interest taken in the matter We hae before spoken of the incalculable ad antagetoih people of this great basin which this improvement would bring Twenty five millions of dol lars is the estimate of what is necessary for the improvement upon the plans rec...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 October 1881

Weekly Graphic AAAS VILLE JffSSO URI F1M DAY OCTOBER 23 1831 W St L P Rallmv - - tiSZ a im Fnletit 113 itui ooixo s orru I wnp r - ssep m trclctat lIJi in Q SI P Railwav SOIV WKST n I lai aip m t MTiim lSAin ni iimini as p iii - Tnii eTlca ui Tlif Ttvmoii acctimnuW UOINH EAST NoS ris in arrom HM ji ni S- si ni atlnn not run nt Two spring wagons for sale cheap Apply to J W Martin 86 West side square The hogs still have free range of the public square but the poor cows are shut out The telephone wire between the Par cels houe and depot has been taken down Interfered with the electric cur- It is not ever newspaper can keep a full grown poet on its editorial force Some of our competitors are green eyed with envy because the Graphic is well heeled in this respect House Burned Friday night the house occupied by Mr Homer Pifer west of Sloans point was burned Mr Pifer and family bad been away front home for two or three days and the origin of the fire is a mystery There was a small in suran...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 October 1881

ME f 1 i A vx h M h M I 1 1 I I I OUR HOME CIRCLE cximuctmi uv majolica hazlkwooh Household Papers Xe3 I would like this morning to liave a talk with the jrirls Not thcnci irl or tlii careful jrirls not the nirls who have a liet or nverythinjr and keep things in their appointed place thf jiiil ulioii MitlieienUy eoiwci t titiou try to waKv other- n littl IKlUliie n iclll NO Inl1 no II 3 eeil nt iron iiliiruiitiiin In iu ijnitiuii I kv tin in in Imiiic nf their wn i wrytliiiiy luirht inJ linirjt 3iKa new pin aitl rory one imium1 tliAin happy and contented lint te cither kind of irirl their name is -lack 3Eviy individual j killet in the hou e i ilirtv The allies are left m the toe until tli y run over on the health the 7im ilcJt ou thu hoi tovc with tmt water in ir The kettle- vie eft unwashed until uutil ne time The luihiiu i hii on thetliHii ihe cite door jeft ojh u itnlTaIli ieraliiii lierelf m yeterday lireakfa t muI left in the irajli pan knie and foil and j ilvtr oon all piled i...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 November 1881

WEEKLY T Vt SWETXAJI Publisher Written for tin Cmplric A DAY I WE V OJIAaS LIFE rY JOHN- CHRISTOPHER CONSTANT My dear wean- tired daughter hope on Do not be iiscouragcd Hail the rays of light Take good care of your body and mtnd both Tike food for both whatever will strengthen you Rest in God He will never forsake you Rest and read all you can Read and rest Rest and read The above loving advice from a mother to her daughter I read not long ago in a number of the Household that had strayed into my home and was reposing amid sundry musty old law books and political papers on my study table Now I seldom read a womans paper partly from want of time and partly because of the old saw milk for tabics for vn strong meat but the caption rest and read caught mv eye and I thought in the depths of my selfish heart that means me so while resting I read it through to the end and tound to mv astonishment that not mysetf but my patient in dustrious unselfish wife -as the person these helpful words ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 November 1881

i fe Kl i t i i H i i i fctfc MR quently and medicines had to be bought then he would grumble at the expen ses He seemed so different from what he did before their marriage These things had gone on for months t Mrs Walton began to give evidence of the struggle within she became wan and hollow eyed her attacks of indispo sition became more frequent she began to answer back angrily and little spats and misunderstandings were of almost daily occurrence All the happiness had gone out of that little home The coming of the husband produced little joy in the wifes eyes and so things drifted misetably along until one morning Mrs Walton told her husband she could do the work no longer without help that she was so ill it was killing her Yes there it is again replied her husband another expense added How can we ever get a start again un less we save something Ilulfor you 1 could lay up some money You have been a burden and a curse to me ever since 1 married you Well never mind George replied M...

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

Weekly Graphic KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4th 1SS1 David Davu holds the balance of over in this eovernment Milan Fiw vs Mendell it Thompson represent largest insiirancies in North Mo the Rumored that Kirksville will get the Q M P round house Mr K D Magruder is in receipt of a nice line ot ljueensware and Gloss ware bought at lower figures than any house in Kirksville There i an opportunity now to uret a woolen mill here Jocany bodv want it If there objection upon the 4 1 71 iii4 hi mc urmocrai now me time to iwiuanaiimayiii irigiitciieu so will iro somewhere else it Quite a commotion was created at Jcc Forsythes last Saturday morning by the arrival of a strange little girl but in their kindness of heart they took care of and are already becoming quite attached to it Every busings man knows how nlren he makes theaiisfake of mailing an letter niihout a tamp When lie waits several day for an answer and tuid that hi- letter did not go to it des tination By having his firm name ...

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