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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 9 December 1881

WW- ii L m w lt Ill m xr THE HOME CinCLS lUMHVTHl JiV MAJOIIrH II UtlUWOntl Owing to a press of other matter we are obliged to omit Household Papers Xo o also several other ex cellent communications from corres pondents There is a call from sever al of our readers for more fancy work NYe hope liastem Cousin will re spond M her very earnest convenience Ladies write for your column you aie too bashful by half Midi reader of this department can certainly con tribute something from out their store of experience that may benefit other readers Let us hear from yon on any and all subjects that istcrest women Now that 1 man has dared to enter the col unns of the 1 lome Circle we hope oth ers ill follov and we to ill be glad to to i come as they arc necessary evils handy to have around to split kindling wood and to look on while their hcilvcs do the milking Like the Hon John Christopher in another column we believe in giving the old man a chanceand we are glad he has spoken in behalf of 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. — 16 December 1881

p Nlfrfc TW J J 11 SWETXAJJT Publisher EDITORIAL EAPHICS The State Board of Agriculture is in session and our philosophic and bucolic friend of the Democrat is in attendance The Atlantic steamers ha been having a rough rime of it during the past two weeks but no serious losses reported yet The English Royal Geographical society talks of sending a clscI next summer to aid in the search for the missing Jcannette Work is in full headway on the St Charles bridge to repair the rroken span It will be a long time before people will feel perfectly secure on that bridge Mr Blaine has gone out of the Cabi net but the Baron on Steben tele graphed that he has named his latest born son for the retiring secretary There is some relief in that The quarrel between the St Louis Republican and Democrat over the enterprise shown in getting the news of the St Charles bridge disaster is rather ridiculous What do the people care about that so they cot the news - Dr H M Stone and wife formerly of this plac...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 December 1881

m i iii m fit fi ri I r I I e i i t u IH I I- i w I fi M f i 3 i il III II um WW i Weekly Graphic KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI FRIDAY DECEMBER iGjh 1881 NOTICE The tkaimitc lias arrange ments by which it clubs with th leading papers ami maga zines throughout the country at the lowest rates Bear this in mind ITie the bankrupt cy law of which Senator Ingalls is chairman has completed the work assigned to it and a report prepared Mr Ingalls has worked steadily all sum mer collecting information on the sub ject Over 40000 circulars were sent to merchants manufacturers lawyers and commercial bodies asking opin ions as to the necessity of a bankrupt law and suggestions as to provisions Great interest appears to have been taken y business men Many thou sands of letters were received The proportion of letters favorable to the enactment of a law was overwhelming very few opposed it outside of the great Eastern cities and those were generally great jobbing houses whose busi ness was great enough to al...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 December 1881

Weekly Graphic Clifc Terns The Wkhklt Graphic is clubbed with all the leading Weeklies and Monthlies at reduced rates Call and see us when you Ihmk of subscribing for any of them Saturdays Dally Elder John Terrill of Moberly was a town this morning on his way to the country east of this place Carpenters are busily engaged in putting up a handsome awning along the entire front of the new brick block We noticed our public administrator Prof S H Murphey of Liberty town ship on our streets to day The family of Mr Oscar Tate moved to Quincy this week where they will make their home for the future Mr Tates work for the Q M P has made this move necessary Mr Henry Haller formerly a resi dent of Kirksville but now a citizen of Edina Mo where he is successfully engaged in the restaurant and bakery business is in town shaking hands with his old friends The first train yesterday came alter dark Very few particulars have yet been received from the bridge disaster at St Charles We learn that a nu...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 December 1881

Hi V coNDverxD nr majolica rutzutwooiv mmM4 rapcrs Si The greal question What shall we cat is a most important one to the tired and busy housekeeper Many times yes nearly every day all the time her mind is harrassed with anxious thought about what she can find to cook No sooner is one meal dispatched than she is worrying and fretting about the next and she falls asleep at night trying to plan what to get for breakfast that will be good to eat and yet come within the limits of that strict economy which nearly every woman is obliged to practice Here is where country folks may I do not say they always do have the advantage over those who live in town for every farm ers family no matter how poor they may be in other respects can hava an abun dant supply ot vegetables the whole year round To a greaf many people the word vegetables has a very restricted mean ing and is limited to potatoes and tur nips and if they have enough of these to last until the first hard freeze they think their ta...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 23 December 1881

iP vj -U-- WEEKLY GRAPHIC J W SWETNAM Publisher EDITORIAL GRAPHICS Twejvj thousand dentsts look down m the mouth in this countrv Therk have been 39 murders and S7 suicides during the last year and one month inStLouis We have received an invitation to attend the Atlanta Ga exposition President Arthur has give a partial promise to attend but we fear we shall be forced to forego that pleasure The IVesident nominated J Ban croft TUvis of New York Assistant Secretarv of State Mexicos best cook wears suspen ders St Louis Chronicle Well we dont see anything extraor dinary aba ut that Hasnt any one a right to wear suspenders who wishes One by one die old cabinet is being disposed of and new men chosen to the vacated seats Mr James will prob ably be the next one relieved We are waiting to hear the announcement of soniebodv as his successor Senator Beck of Kentucky promises o talk soon on the tariff question With the experieVice of two years ago before them we would think the Dem ocrats wonld...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 23 December 1881

il Ml II J m in v TOafc3Kis3e r Till Freight JVL jv pleasantly to the request made that he should explain the connection of he state department with huge claims ainst Peru He authorized yester dav tlie publication of instructions to the special representative of the United States in the Chili Peruvian matter in which it appears that special statement was made to the effect that our gov ernment did norsupport such claim The publication of this dispatch rather inves inthe Iunh those newspapers which assumed Blaine to be in the job and made diicct charges accordingly It becomes more and more evident achvear that one musl rise very early in the morning indeed to get ahead of Hon James G Blame He evidently sent the instructions now made public with the intention of using them in future to confound his enemies and the plan has worked admirably fSt Louis Chronicle i Weekly Graphic KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI FRIDAY DECEMBER 23rd 18S1 W St L P Railway COlNti OKTII niiivo yocru l Mnrrr - XT mf raftj...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 23 December 1881

Weekly Graphic llrt Tf ms The VxKivGuAnnc is clubbed witli all the leading Weeklies and Monthliei at reduced rates Call and see us when you think of subscribing for any of them Saturtlijs PkUy The third quarterly meeting of the Methodist Episcopal Church will be held in the M I Church South Col Waters of Kansas City U S District Attorney paid the Graphic a pleasant call this morning He was on his way to Knox county on business We doula very much the advisability ofbuilding shelving along the side walks in front of business houses yet as the authorites allow piles of dry goods boxes barrels baskets tubs brooms kettles plows rakes harrows hogs heads eta etc to occupy two thirds of the walks we do not see but the shelf and bench arrangement is an improve ment The festival at the M E Church last evening was a pleasant affair and the realization in the way of cash better than had been expected A little rival ry was gotten up in voting for the bestowal of a boquet upon the hand somest you...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 23 December 1881

ill F ft r i t - THE HOKE CIRCLE coxijrcrnti nv majomcv iuzixwood A RAINY DAY Unirtlrrdouc jnrimii of a rat U tnrritnrUy brlnptlmikVo much Ol1 ilrmtn n rhe that re bnrrlctl wy An J tin al ttmuS buck toltu Blftit ftwl touch WlM n the nUsht U rtuirt nl the tU I lonjr Aut tln rain rattrtoimtlhn ctiiMrhM liijit W tin ofmr thouplitf as wi tin of our fonj liumrMnn Vhrti 1 w ole tlil MiiornliiF amtlioaM thOhptoth f M the rlnlnMmtr Hit lMlNiliai i I w carried Unci hi tlcblitliip fl Jiflt TiUiCsVaroM Itomc villi w Mo tnj mim jtml jwi am I In the jranvt lilxli WVtv plnjtiucnffnlnnt bblraiul mK AiM brlptit vrm thr IlKtitiihipV flahh mlHih itiejiUm of joitr clicrl aiM acain I a neMlctl lu in while Ih1 lnOr IIm vn ut heart ujc am v Tin fct f tlto ratii 1mImor im bvaU WlilleldnaimslFwivttlrraiiikui ounij lim lott m lnc with f troth Oh bcautllut Uv of the xaiKiulbtMl ta Tin re J ollwr Itrt e Ilkt Die loe f 5 oulh It ornu l over with tear WVallh anl honor and faun iiijiv comr Tlivj raiinol nltlarc ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 December 1881

I- J SWETJTAtt Publisher UP THE AISLK Scribners Monthly for J uiv contains a keen satire on the girl of tlie period in a poem entitle Up the Aisle Nell Lamies Wedding aVt ir cloilV a01 x veil Jcnnv 1 1 iljrtit ifll Iw an old tronitn Hut tin there 1 pne comiort ltt lacv W ril lm las iHxonieer thi Uilicra O pa lia e j oa pot in tNtqnct 5 irJc11lrhiTrlnthclob5 Win lwa ItlKotvanlttnUx Ticj vctaneilallayt nliatalinUe Slop pa tliij re not farcnoiiEh aslt One moment iuorv 110 Do keep Mop ia TSictc drop mr trail Jam- It It straight I hope 1 liKk liaiia and rtirlnkln Tin church mut lw pcrf ttlTfnil 5hJ now dontMra fat Pa lie luut m to tlilnttliat trains null miu iu ncp Yia I dont letl rmnarruMM at all Hut mr mliafu the minister satlnr h HEOwithatpartboutbalullaul 1 ropvni rotltloulsrraciful llo Mk wnlTSilT rinclHJ iitUIullOc Joined togctlicr NoWfrtcak as 1 any one would Odearl now Its mv turn to aawcr 1 do wh pa -would stand still rrc hies Jot c honor aid lei p lilra How pit sav It Iwjn Whrr...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 December 1881

Wx 11 I H x I tit II 1 Ik 4 r i M In h4 I i j i llBl Weekly Graphic Tens The Wkeklt Graphic is clubbed with all the leading Weeklies and Monthlies at reduced rates Call ami see us when you think of subscribinjr for any of then THE SEW EAR With to morrow the old year will close and 1S81 will be reckoned among the the things of the past We will have entered upon the new year with our new schemes and new reso lutions How many of us can look back upon the year just closing without regrets without a feeling that we have made mistakes and how many of us will profit by those mistakes The in dividual who does not learn by the ex perience of the past is not likely to be come very wise So there is ample reason for new schemes and new reso lutions In the strugle for money in fluence and position indeed all that makeup the great whole for which the majority of people seem to think life worth living jealousies and unreason able prejudices arise which it viewed from the stand point of justice and...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 December 1881

i Weekly Graphic KIRKS VILLE MISSOURI FRIDAY DECEMBER 30th iSSt W St L P Railway smxe sortu raMemrer - Cfa ra FrelcM lUp ni roixo sorTH Krelirtit lllin Q 11 F Railway GOING EAST VoSutUm logpni Ijm 14i1 ti m arrive loax a ni toici a m r Trenton AcconimoJatlon arrive 7 in GOIXG WKST No I arrlvcM p m Icavcsl40 p in 3 arrives li m Iavcslip tu 7 Trenton AcomtuoJation lae 7Un m NOTICE The Graphic has arrange ments by which it clubs with the leading papers and maga zines throughout the country vt the lowest rates Bear this in mind T aJya plain foA ring Tlic Antler -will LOST leu c It at tills oHce Liberal rc at J TOlt SALE ClIEAr A Roop mule tram liar- fi ue s ana wagon Annlv to thl office or fkank ritorsr told ncellaee with locket attached anil IOST -with Oir Initial K Jf II The n U r xlll please retnpn to the hardware tore ot W J Willi i S T POUTER Tle nice lots onrmoct east or tav Normal School Untieing Allfncel Enquire at Dean tirlfflus grocery TITANTED To traae lutnTver tor two i soon...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 30 December 1881

15 J TEE SOUS CXCLE CONULCTEIl mMAJOMCA lUZLEWOOlU POETRY OP HOUSEKEEPING nv c h These verses may be of encourage ment to some of the toilers on earth If nn cannot vln klnjnloni Or rich fori IpnUmlsiAPloiv If mi run not with the Fiiior Otolith tlie stag lYnira tf lore to mioit TJiourinouniaj not Id conflict AVln m hl incuti errat and pro Yot x om Mill exn wU the iI1ms InatiisonicinnflrylauU on can caM mill cut jourflnfnrs Wash th pan ami keilleMhan V 1 poetic ilirlll4irrnpturv biJjronicrKnlhtanl ijncvn mican viavi Mmr bripltrtt fanoic J t fmapt nation roi J hllc ton utaml for ImtirHlojn tin r cr ate nxMnsr eo Mn Mo c I Imnph you cannot niu c n nMton l our tomtit lire or potir Tlioite li on lantml make the leFirl llntl ami Mioiii It tin flow r You can v KM tin broom nul ituMir tVc opt rooms fo clean ami mat TKiiinllowcctI vlif u rtiirToininj Trnck ith nii4 luJVoiulliuftmt If pi reliance i nutjonrniKlot if actions to perform Aiilltmi lcon caniieicrj It ri up about a srrat refonn it ca...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 January 1882

fMat AM EElvLY T SWETXAM Publisher CARRIERS ADDRESS To the Patrons ot tlio Weekly Gvapliic Tlirrc 1 a tiunlvu urgrlrf In mc np lhat n c 1 Ourlov lllniniril vlthairar There wlurn In tlip tm of tin- licit rinj llu uslii ml UipgUd new tear Tlieyearnclvlvora lnlt Infancy lirtglit Finds a nation liow In crlef For the low of a trailer how HsM lis pan1 out Our ow u dearly h eil chief In the nil Jt or plenty anl vU orom tregtli Mle tlic Bowers if tlic nealow cut lon Our rountrv It sliocliil mm Its lircadtli te llslrtigui At adceUofinchheiilous rvnown at peace with tlic world a plrnteom Trail To tlienatlonjot earllmclmlle The Jark elomlofprlef which ucrumai cr l lr rolling tiick torn tur sljrlit Thn frlenls let tn hope In rcntunct to eome Tint no morr loaders ttflln iul the mail wicked ili vtl counultliil last ear May ucverlieniieatcdapiln A mom all the Melnp that came last J ear W can saw that weve had our fhatv Torno part of the world It inotv irof purou new 1 ban our ow u IktIovcI county ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 January 1882

m 1 i M I J rt y r Weekly Graphic FRIDAY JANUARY 6th iSSs NOTICE The Gijaphic lias armngu incuts by wliich it clubs vitli the loading papers and maga zines throughout the country ut the lowest rates liejir this m mind j wn mne mi mihii IS THERE DANGER Hie Sedalia Eagle thinks we arc on the eve of a general loreign war to maintain the Monroe Doctrine lately emphasized by the action of Secretary Blaine The Eagle thinks congress should either hack down from the position taken by Blaine or appropri ate without delay at least fifty millions of money to build a navy It also suggests that an invasion from Canada would be one of the possibilities What it says in regard to our navy is correct but we should smile to see any army Great Britain could muster in Canada attempt such a feat as the in vasion ol the United States We could very well afford to turn them over to the loving attentions of our Irish fellow citizens who would afford them all the amusement necessary while Uncle Sam was atten...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 January 1882

Weekly Graphic JCXKS VILLE MIS SO URL Iurksville now has a billiard ball The ice men began raini a rniiW yesterday The piospect of ice for put ting up beinp Jhfi ciuo The clergy was well and ably repre sented t the Baitist festival last night- We fear tome of our local dealer overloaded on holiday toods The open weather and bad roads prevented much trade from the country Mrs W L Foster ol Quincy has been in Brashear and Kirksville visit ing iriends durinyr the holidays She gave the Ghaphic omen a pleasant call yesterday The report of Knral Dell Christmas tree was not received till our VVkeitlt wu issued Hope for more items from that section G 13 Campbell of Jasmine called Friday He is a regular readar of the Daily GitAnuc This is the day to swear off and him a new leaf It aint much of a job for some men the difficulty is to stick io it Mis Lanra Tull of Queen City is here spending a few days among her many friends She will remain until Monday Isaac Andrew and wiie of Rye Creek on la...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 January 1882

H t M L M T i it w y TBS SOSDE OXXtCLX COXDCCTKD ST MAJOLICA HAXXVO0 MY MOTHER DIED TO DAY J0SKT11 A rAKWELL You aV what atU thU heart ornilne - Ttil Im nol gay and irljtlit Yon aaV mr why f eannot si Ill tell yw Mend- tnercaton h5 Mr will tint Itrht ami F Hersme tlilncof bitter rief lias liU place to lay Yn V what all thlalieart or mine Tint Im hi Mil and drear Yun al nr why adowu tuv clieci Ttierrstralsa tarMliur tor llltllnifHcBl Icanaot drive ThU tmiarafulnrss away Ilceaasra thttigof blttcrKtlrf lla talen place todaj Yon ak what all thla hrart of Tlial I mute nil on talfU And mxIIv watch tarh oticcoui tultur In yonder starry sky Ill trll vnu frlihds why I look up AtllraTrnMi tar away 1 f vV tJ find an angel form That left our home to da jr Yott ak w liat all this heart of tuluc That I for pleasure iKiro Soiill be to night so rrj changed o wretched ami forlorn You he ntc to sing 3 on a song And drive doll rarrawav Kxruse me friends I cannot shut Mi mother dletl tn dav IKnral Worl...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 January 1882

the foot of Goose Island on Friday evening Gen W F Fitzgerald of Vicksburg is the choice of the republicans and independents in the Mississippi legislature for Senator The Kansas City Star and mail have been consolidated This leaves room for another enterprising evening paper in Kansas Citv All the Geaphic s exchanges seem to le badly demoralized by their Christ mas dissipations Good local items are I scarce and their editorial departments are in a general state of collapse Will the editor ot the Democrat please let us know the next time lie goes junketing to the State Board of Agriculture We would be pleased to see him off at the depot- Ovkr twenty five thousand people died in India last year from snakebites and twice that number died in Europe and America from stake in the boots The snakes seem to have it by a large majority It portniaster Howe wishes to ex pedite the postal service let him reduce letter jKstage to one cent and abolish postal cards Postmasters bothered with a curi...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 January 1882

m m I i I I i pj U t 5 I I J 13 iS 1 riaJ yi f n i t P t - WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI FKlfAY JANUARY 13th 1882 KOTICE TO AVERTISEiS Leaded reading matter pay locals in the Weekly and Daily io cents per line each insertion Veelcly alone single insertion loq additional inser tions 25 per cent off Daily alone 5c per line per week Local Notices on eighth page five cents per line Special Notices leaded minion 5c per line first and 2 1 2 per line each additional insertion Standing Adverdsments Running three six and nine months 10 cts per incii each nseriion NOTICE The Graphic has arrange tuents by which it clubs with the leading papers and maga zines throughout the country tt the lowest rates Bear this m mind tlib Ttras The Weeklv GrtArnic is clubbed with all the leading Weeklies and Monthlies at reduced rates Call and see us when you think of subscribing for anv of them The Ottumwa Gold Bubble has col lapsed The lait issue of the Courier says a committee of the board of trade app...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 January 1882

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI OR 8 ALU Fin tilt Jon one lrtoc ct ot the IT Normal Miool Homing Allftnccil Knuulre VKXTUuiu4w ivvj cash A lion and lot 1 clow to nUDlu square iiimao or mx rooms rood well ciitcru outbnIMInp and walks Allln rofnlfix Title perfect Enquire at Dean OrtT tn grocery fkKOAN FOB at tlic j iiaicnuazar iini wanted Vr to lo honte work tins office jj t Immrdlatclr Kn per week Small Family Apply at SNUOIITTLK FARM FOll SALK Sltnated J two mllt n toulheait or town Under pood fenec Hooacof fonrrootna atabla com crib twoirood welli two orchardaco acres In clover nd timothy well art Alto to to with tlds farm SO aces of Umber three tullea from KlrVsTllle I wl I aell at Terr low nrutx i Apply to GEO liOltKKTbON noS tr W St L F Railway H01XG JIORTll GOING 60CTH IaMrnrer - - HS a tn I raiwnirer - - SX pm Freight 115 pm Freight ItMpm Q M L F Railway GOIXG EAST Nc 3 arrives lS0pm Irfavci 110 pm 4 arrh n lOsW a m Ivw 10 a in 7 Trenton Accommodation arrive 730 pm GOING WE...

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