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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 November 1881

It If I- I O m v 11 f i n r i i i i i it M L 8 Mi ir I rr UJt Wi I k THE HOME CIRCLE CONDUCTED V MAJOLICA HAZIKWOOD llosscfioid Papers o 4 We have had Never too late to mend rung in our cars until wc arc tired of it The truth is except m extreme of there is toe treme cases poverty much mending done It is wastclu and extravagant to throw away good garments that a needle and ten min utes work would make respectable and it is jut as bad to tit hour after hour trying to make an old pair of pants wearable thatjwont hold together as long as you are patching them Take these old garments rip iliem apart and wash them clean then cut them into carpet rags Pack the refuse in an old coffee sack and sell them to the rag man Save even shred and piece of newspaper and you can affoid to buy new garments because the habit of sav ing thus formed will lead to economy in other matters Not long ago I was convcrsm with two neighbors One ol them aid Where in die world did you getsomancarpet rags The oth e...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 November 1881

H it ii WEEKLY GR APfflC T tf SWEXMM Publisher EDITORIAL GRAPHICS TnE trial of Guiteau will be com menced iliout the fifteenth The name of Col Van Horn lias boon mentioned for secretary of the inter ior Garfield plnralitv in New York was a little vr 21000 Thk Globi Democrat is not entirely nappy l illev seems to be entirelv too numerous with the present administra tion C A JIilthier convicted in the circuit court at Carthage of black mail was sent to the penitentiary Saturday KirksviliV is not the only place which oUtiuyuisued itseif by rowdvish conduct on Halloween Several points in Ohio are competitors will be held to morrow in nine states They are Connecticut Ma achiselts Minnesota Pennsylvan ia Vivgirli Wisconisn Mississippi Xcv and New York Thk lvumcyHerald which hasattaine an uii aiGiy reputation for its m teiiir erate language against Garfield liiasts of lOrO nt w subscriptions receiv M dnrinir the month of October The Globe Democrat is an anti boss paper now Tuesdays issue s...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 November 1881

y r W m I m t I I - i f nt i lit 1 1 j5 C - rrr jnt Weekly Graphic KIRKS IVLLE FRIDAY WSS07M NOVKMHER nth 1 MillBEU nVEXTV MXE iSSt The bloodv work Mill cocs on in St LouN Lnst Monday evening while m the discharge of hi duty officer Doran was deliberately bhot through the head and instantly killed by a desperado named John Shea After some difficulty the murderer was hemmed and captur ed in a blind alley near the Lindel Ho tel and afterwards incarcerated in mur derers row now making twenty nine men who are lying in the St Lou is jail for the crime of murder It is a disgrace upon the name of St Louis It seems that it is impossible if he has money to punish a man for crime When courts ofjustice arc pervcrtcdand criminals escape unpunished it is no wonder the honest people feel like taking the law into their own hands Six years ago Charles Kring deliberately shot a woman because she refused to forsake her husband and become Ins mistress yet that man still lives and though a jury of twel...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 November 1881

Weekiy Graphic 1 M SurTXVM Pubaml 1rovTr K1KKSV1LTE MISSOUKI W M GILL Editor FRIDAY NOVEMBER nth 1SS1 Graphic Publications llabnlHs Rates We will send the Wkekia Graphic 150 the Common School Visitor 50 cents and the Home Treasure 50 cents each one year postage paid for 200 send in your orders at once W St L P Railway firtlVfi SOUTH Pas lijrvr - - GT7 a m Knlplit l151Kln o Tnii urK ui OlNO SOUTH rMvnRvr - - S3ii m rlgit 115 pm Q 51 P Railway I501SO WEST j 1 1i 7aii in X arcmn lt ji tn lllinim r3i in G0IX0 KAST XoS VtLtt 1iim m 4 accom lJdip in 6 Mk ex Is j TTwn 7ii The Tnllton ainiinimiiiflnn iln nut f KlrVMlllt Noa will ninMonilavWvdiicxU ami 1 rtiUv X11G mill run Tui SlaJTliurslav ami amrvui AnnouaccMents Preaching in the Presbyterian i lunch HevlS Boyd pastor Sabhatii 1 morning ami evening Tiie Adair County Bible Society will ivlebrate its anniversary on the Sabbath of this month Services in iimlmrland Presbyterian church at 11 oclock a 111 Programme in full next week Elder Uusse...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 November 1881

1 I TEE HOME CIRCLE CONDUCTED 11V MAJOLICA HAZt KWOOU 9 iij ii Household Papers No 5 I want something to do How of ten we hear this said and yet how little need of it We also hear business men eav I would have given her employ went willingly but she has had no prep aration There arc dozens of avenues open to those who want employment but how many girls can be found who could do duty in any one of these de partments with any certainty of success or with any profit to their employers or credit to themselves There is a mis taken idea entertained by inanv girls ho have to make their own living that Jhey are as fully equal to the proper performance of the necessary duties in some department of well paid labor as though they were expressly educated for that purpose A smart giil of sixteen or seventeen years may go into some ones kitchen and if she is willing she may in two weeks have the whole run of ihework and can if she will do as well as the mistress of the house She can do this and y...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 November 1881

Ai1 4 atives on the other A general light ensued during which William and Thomas Arnick shot James Riley dead one shot him through the body and the other through the head He died in stantly The Afflicks were arrested WEEKLY GRAP J tf SWETNAM Publisher EDXTOELLL GBATHXC ChaunxyI Filuy is still in St Loais on business of a private nature The attempt to suppress gambling j in St Louis seems to have been a fail- urc A man named Wells made an at tempt to blackmail Jay Gould in New York and now languishes in the tombs For the first time in tho history of Neu York the senate is Democratic ding 1 to pork for every increase of 10 cents per bushel in com This is the estimate placed on the relative prices of these two articles by the Jrairie Farvcr If the pork sells for less than is represented by the corres ponding price of com it is fed at a loss if more the advance is profit in each regarding the manure as pay for the trouble The Sedalia Democrat remarks that squirrels migrating rnv stcnous...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 November 1881

i m m 8 1 Weekly Graphic KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 8th tSSi ClHhbiRp Rates For 225 ve will bond post paid to an address the Wkkkiy Graphic and the Wekkly Gloui Dhmocrat one year For 1 1 75 ae will send the Grifhic and die Common School Visitor for one vear or for 200 we will send the Grafiiic the Visitor and the Home Treasure all these for one year Clubbing rates with other papers will be given in a week or two The Jultou Trial On November 14th Guiteau was ar raigned for trial He came into the court room looking better than he did when he appeared to plead to the in dictment He was relieved of his handcuffs and shown to a seat by the side of his sister Mrs Scoville The court room was crowded Robinson one of Guiteaus Attorneys made a plea for still more time to prepare the de fence When he closed the prisoner arose and insisted upon being heard- Said he was ready for trial and wanted no postponement so the trial was pro- ceded with About eleven oclock the won of obtaining...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 November 1881

-- the WoklyQrnMr iJ1L8riix hlut KtRKSVlUK Missoua WMOILl KtliuT Graphic nilleatltfts tlifcWig felts We will send the Weekiv Graphic 150 uic LUMMOX SCHOOL VISITOR 50 cents and the Home Tkeasure 50 cents each one year postage paid for ioo send in your order at once W St L F Railway tSOJMJ SOjrjl OOCIOK1CTB Frrltni - - - ll m - - 1U S V a r Railway coixgmtmt - SxvaiU IZ3I11 1U1 OOINGJtART pni A mmu - r stiin m japml itkr irtr 1 r TrenKlcBi jiwv VS E n 1 Tiftf1 - jtJtM1 V1tniiiKlUon don aot nn ui d rrUv Xo 4 wiu naTatufrta3Tili squeeze a pig and he will squeal Mrs Frank Guinn died Wednesday after a long illness A hniall soul surcharged with envy will usually betray itself by indulging in cowardly insinuations against its more uccessful rival Farmers should remember that un der our present ordinances cors are no allowed to roam at large with in the are limits within one block of the square If they do the town will be responsible for it Tht foraging of cons on farmers wagons has been an ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 November 1881

mm M H til i r v THE HOME OUtCLE CONDUCTED BY MAJOLICA HAZIXWOOI wnetoM Paper Whcm I begin to talk to housekeep ers nbout cupboards and shelves and drawers and pockets it is not my in tention to prcacn long sermon but merely to m ake a few suggestions that may help to lighten the labors of the I Mtt tra one of white in foity stitches for the middle and at top and bottom of this one of the colored thirty rows in length At outside corners are white squares of thirty chain and thirty rows between arc colored ones of thirty chain and for ty rows Embroder the white squares crochet together and all around with black Finish with fringe Eastern Covsin rrr DrR EiiTRKSS In vour issue of wneeiS 01 inc oumcuu uiauimciy iun smoothly n to hive a place for every- Nov 4 there are some questions asked thing and then keep things in their by a new correspondent Evelyn and ccs Next have things hindy You would be foolish to keep the milk up stairs or the broom and dustpan down cellcr yet women often do ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 November 1881

- 7 The Pacific National Hank of Boston ha it doors The Central Na tional of the same ciy i in a close plate WadtJy Thompson a former Kirks villain has sued Nathan Cole and other- at St Louis for 27COO for al leged mi management of funds entrust ed to them topnrebase wheat - The trial of Guiteau partakes at times of the nature of a comedy but Saturday the tragic element predomi nated uiteau flatters himself that he is under the special providence of GoJ lecau e he wa not killed when shot at last si urday We should rather think ir the other fellow who was I looking after him I a Grange has suffered severely dur ing the past year from a malignant form of typhoid fever which has been fatal to many of its citizen Canton Here is both a warning and a sug gestion which we reprint for the bene fit of our metaphysical neighbor over the way with the suggestion go thou and do likewise The late eccentric writer George Borrow suffered from what he called the horrors1 which was nothing inore than...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 November 1881

i B ii ti i i3i I i m i no I I 1 ft H Weekly Graphic irfXASFfZ mssqiTav FRIDAY NOVEMHER S5th 1881 Thf W Dispatch sliraests that about the wnrs tliinR hat could hip jxm o JnitiMii would Iw acquittal K is thought that he French cabinet uil rivciiil ti order prohibiting tlm iinjiortation of American pork - The Graphic lias enjoyed a remark able amount of free advertising during the past year for which let us re turn thanks Lati dispatches fiom France state that the French government has con cluded to rescind the decree that closed the ports of that country against Amer ican pork and lard Oxi week from next Monday con gress will meet The opposition claims that ihe Republicans can not organize die Hoie They will see by waiting In the meantime we are for Ka on lor speaker The term Half Ureed was applied lothoe republicans who stood by the administration of President Garfield as contradistinguished from the followers of Conkling in his efforts to thwart and break down that administration H...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 November 1881

Weekly Graphic H St I P Railway OIM OItTH liOIMS M11TM rciiFcr - - 37 im I rawrnni - - fxp in iwin MIIIIVifUI lichliiin Q M V Railway lI5p m tiOING FhT XoIarrlTOf lMp ui Icaic lMnui itliM Wrtla ni Irii MA J uf TrrntonArvonniKxlatlon arrlws 7UUpui DOING WIST No I irrhc 1ia p m Uiwa 200 p m 3 Jt iu LvaPiliiuK m Trrnton Accommodation luus 7u a m lieacbin at Fairview school house net Sabbath 27th at 3 oclock p in and Mivuial evenings during the week by 15ev 1 S Hoyd m When selecting your winter reading take a glance over the columns ot the Weekly Graphic Forty fie to fifty columns of reading matter news locals stones science and fun even week You want it The Chicago Quartette did not re ceive sufficient encouragement to re main at present They are now organ - i7ing a class at Brighton Iowa To Correspondent So jour little poem on the teantitul now is not arrcpiauie uniy rue lact mat you tin led to the mails instead of comiim in person saved on from a tlii and awful fate The change in tim...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 November 1881

MM I f ft n til ft fli it ill V H 1 THE HOME CIRCLE coxnucrmi nv majolica hazklwood HensrhlH Papers Xo7 Would you like some of these gera niums Mrs Neil I shall be glad to di vide any kinds that you may like In my experience with plants I have found that dividing them makes them grow a treat deal better said Mrs llraden slowly I dont know as I keer about cm fer there aint much money in sech things You cant eat -cm nor drink em an 1 never heerd as they ever bought caliker dresses fcrny body What do you suppose flowers were nude for You say you love the Lord and profess to be one ot his disciples yet you act as though you despised his most beautiful creations I know they are not good to eat or to drink as you say yet 1 know of several instances of women who had to make their own liv ing and they raised flowers for profit One in particular supported a family by filing flowers andlaid up quite a nice little sum besides Po tell I never heerd ofsich a thing 1 didnt know there was anybody ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 2 December 1881

W 1 ii 4 i 3 j J 1 3 - XDITOEIAL GBAPHXCS The Graphic boom lass ill the year round Americans in Berlin celebrated thanksgiving with a great banquet Kansas only imprisons a man twen ty years for killing a drummer Hut then it was a Kansas City drummer They say that Ben Butler contribu ted 1000 to the Mahone compaign fund during the recent canvass Tm St Louis Express the Green back organ has turned up its toes and suspended During the latter part of last week the grain markets showed a stronger tendency The Democratic papers just now are remarking over the Virginia election that they are content if the Republi cans are We reckon the latter arc not losing much sleep over it c The democracy of Missouri are get ting scared up badly since the result in Virginia A committee of safety has been appointed to look after the doubt ful congressional district and our silver longued Senator is whooping up the boys generally The fact that the Graphic office turned out over fifty dollars worth of job...

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

en fit IP V I 1 1 BI J S 8 r rtj i Weekly Graphic I h ACTA FJLTJt MISSOURI FRIDAY DECEMBER and 1S8 ClITEAI Mr Scovillc is conducting the de fense of Guiteau with a great deal of ability anJ bringing forward Ins claims for the prisoner in such a manner as lo secure to him the greatest palliation possible for the commission of the awful crime for which he is arraigned But what ever the jury may do laing aside the contempt in which the assas sin is held it would be impossible to convince the American people that the villian should not hang The evidence is closely watched and even1 sentence weighed by the people as the reports are sent forth each day from Washing ton and the method in the pretended nsanity of the assassin and his actions generally are to them ample evidences of his responsibility A few years ago a man met upon the streets of Frankfort Kentucky Judge John M Elliot and deliberately shot him down because a decision had been rendered by the Judge contrary to the interests o...

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

I f Weekly Graphic SahmtsjV Dallj Matter lnc and liinmio Gri r imvc aThanksjnvinppirty Thursday niaht which wa atton ied hy alout a core ol tlien younp friend who enjoyed them selves hugely Marion Thrasher of Novelty was in tins morning and left us the cash f r thc Wfxkiy GRArmc He reports a lame amount of sickness in the vicinity of Novelty Mrs L K Carroll of Humphreys is in town visiting her relatives m this place The Graphic office is enjoying a re markable rush or business especially n the job and subscription line We can stand it Thanksgiving was pretty generally observed in the way of turkey dinners I he balance ol the programme we fear -was slighted by many hlsworth Hawkins cut his leg quite seerely a few das since with an adz and it was thought at one time that am putation would be necessary We be lieve the symptoms are better since yesterdav Mr 15 Page of this city died sud denly yesterday morning from heart disease He had been somewhat ill for several days but was feeling ...

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

1 I I s in m r - TBS H01E CIRCLE CONDUCT HV MAJOLICA HAZEIWOOn Htmscktld Papers X K I wam to tell you i little story and if you will listen you may be able to find a key by which to unlock the hid den mysteries of successful housekeep ing kind- f house Tin it ir Mtril Looping tin- neat tin slovenly the scvcicly prim the painfully dirty and so on ad nauseam Tlvre arc extremes to everything and in nothing more that in keeping house We see plenty of women whole things lie around atsiv and sevens the house looks as though isited by a cyclone Others almost have hysterics if a1 imirh as a pin is out of its proper place Some are so clean that they make their husbands ant sons leave their boots and hats outside the door every time they come into the house and when a neighbor enters who unfoi tunately brings in a little mud they will run immediately for the mop and broom before thev exchange courte sies But this is not my story Ly any means and no doubt vou think I need not announce my text ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 9 December 1881

- EDITORIAL QBAPgCS Th Hunt ville jail in havitiR a big Uwin The Conralia pot office xxasrecentlx lobbed of I The Sun Burst is the name of a new Greenback pajier just started at lieier It will Ik a man burst net The Clarence schools are in a pios parous condition Shelby county has an Immigration Society that i not comatose Tin re is talk of arieting certain voun lolk in Canton for church dis turbance f Guiteau has admitted that he is ubject to remorse notwithstanding hs pretended inspiration ture additions to the member Thk London Telegraph discussing the nilWtinn nf i mtdinf mfirtnnet a The Cincinnati Price current gi es returns from eighty eight per cent of the points where pork packing was J D Wwe was arrested at Kansas City Wednesday for alleged compli city in the robberv of the Postmaster at Bolton Mo some time ago Wilham Keyes a brakemam was Wiled on the Indianapolis and St Louis Railway on Wednesday near Green castle Ind ik WEEKLY JT H SWETNAM Publisher SCISSOB GEAIHICS Feath...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 9 December 1881

- i If it 7 V Weekly Graphic lM SwETJCAM iiinml lropr KIKKSV1UK SIISSOUIH wTm IIU Editor Ilb Terms Tho Vkiy Graphic is clulilwl with all the leadins Weeklies ami Monthlies at reduce rates Call atvl see u when you think of subscribing for any of them THE 47th COMJUKSS Ox Monday last the 47 Congress convened and it starts out as if the in tention were to make it truly a business session We trust this is the case It has been a leng time since the nation has been blessed with the speciacle of a congress that really seemed to be in terested in the welfare of the country more than that of pet schemes and party advantages So far as party i concerned the two great political organizations are nearly equally divided the Republicans having the advantage and experience has pro ven that in a republican government like ours political parties are necessity and that it is better that neither have too great an ad antage numerically over the other Ijence everything is favorable for an honest working ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 9 December 1881

M I - Weekly Graphic KIKKSVILLE MISSOURI -FRIDAY DECEMBER 9th 1SS1 NOTICE The Graphic has arrange ments by whicli it clubs with the leading papers and maga zines throughout the country at the lowest rates Bear this in mind E Oil SMK CHKvr A pxi1 mule tcm ml wapm Tim Shatter Aiml m Ihi office or FKAMv tKOfsr Saturday Dally The davs will soon be at their short est The way to mike a short winter give your note for ninety days The sidewalk to the Nil Depot has been put in much better condition It wasin improvement badly needed for a long time The Graphic scores another big weeks business and is still rushed with a large force of firt class printers con stantly employed Dr A T Still who has been visiting in a professional way southwest Mis souri i at home again this week The stores croceries and toy shops are beginning to bloom out with Christ inas attractions The Hon Mr Belhster prominent Stalwart politician and whooper up generally for northeast Missouri has not reported yet Things see...

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