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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 24 March 1882

m iitfl H H m TEHOUX CIRCLE COMPACTED BY MRS M VOLVKRTON MY OWN tdi and cold aroaml Br lore llMpM In wear play Bwtl cUMUb vakt Is my ar Are tMan la all the day Tt aoBMaBM I nddeti katli latfceu atoM Bm M lay tlttUboyi tad irtbkBptBrowa Aad vkm fVUaaw tby ma to Mr Ai avealBf baan tro lone ABd M BM VtkBlBCtr IO iTC AatdrroTBMar I ma pair of tar brttyc ABMBg tiw olkcn bUm TkacyaaartklaawhahaaaCTerkcan A H1 oBl of mlM At fdfkt I air nmad and patu Back tllt 4rapd cot taaldc ABd acta how4alMd If UU onr clwtk HcwtaatoatamrUlltwUc Aal t a roraar tenaatlef JfyiwtfttboajfcU iy apace Xtat would kare bBUnc had ll ci i My other darllaita place i The J eanro fast air rhlldraa mob Wlthla the wond of inen Will iadthelr work and Tealurc forth Not M return afala Bat Ihtra la oat who cannot aa lahallaotbcaWne laa mtla bo j who htk Ud inil always a air oa AMtterSUe tf tke fiestUi By Fair In the Graphic of March ioth there appeared an article from the pen of Pfioenix which I cannot pass by with out a re...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 March 1882

u vfl V i JJL J Iff SWETNAM Publisher SDZTOEIAL GRAPHICS The polygamy bill his become a law the president having signed t Wed nesday IvvhNsK petitions continue o bo re ceived at Washington for o Guiteau the pardon Blastox Duxcax estimates the dam ages of the recent Jloods in the south at ten millions of dollars- Rev E 1 Hammond the revivalist who paid Kirksville a visit a rears ago spent Sunday in St Louis There i a prospect that the five mon itor which have been lrinrr so lone finishei will be completed soon - The movement to reduce the tax on i whisky and tobacco was intended to prevent a eduction in the tariff Tin French Assembly has passed the compulsory education bill by a decided majority It was opposed by the cleri cals o The floods in the south areslowiy abat ing but the distress and destitution caused by the overflow will be felt for aianr months to come Thk Senate Committee on Agricul ture has reported favorably a bill to make the Agricultural Bureau an ex ecutive departme...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 March 1882

l mi WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKS VILLE MISSOURI W AT GiLL Editor FRIDAY MARCH 11st 13B2 AX EXTRA SESSION The presence of any one not a dem ocrat at the Capital as representative of a Missouri district has been gall and wormwood to the democratic party They ha e stood it just as long as pos sible and the addition of one representa tive under the new apportionment affords the coveted opportunity to re district the state Gerrymandered as it already is till the shape of some of the districts are ludicrous in their dis torted proportions the lact that the opposition has succeeded in carrying some of them compels another re arranging so that such a dire mis fortune may be prevented if possible in the future The Missouri Legislature therefore must be convened n extra session to do tne work demanded by the interests of the party in this State The Governor has been advis ed by his master and creator the State Democratic Central Committee as the Post Dispatch puts it to call the session and that cal...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 March 1882

WEEKLY GRAPHIC MSSOUJif set 3 FRIDAY MARCH 31 iSS Q 11 r Railway GOING EAST rrfrf 1 til n tn Ioavc 1W n ni arrtws lOsW a nu Iais 1031 a m Trenton ccoiumc jsuon md au p i UOINI WEST arrive 1 n Icave 1 to p u Trenton AcomttioJallon U ni4 7Ust ni sr L s r Railway lOlMiMMtTII revr 37a m frrUriiianl Accommodation - - ltisrttu frrltht ------- s ttip ni roixj l th farnrcr ------ 5T2 p m friltantl Accommodation - - 1U p m rirlirtit ------- fUi m -- rrCl 1VS1IVKKAXI 1CT STAMPS 1 V- lor vunjile copic of uoitlii m kk ami the Common tctioot Visit or and a beautiful premium cliromo A ddrc WOIVKTON Box l KlrVntllc Mo NcpaperpHlnfrthlal three Insertion will rrOlUC the pHr lor one J car free uH 015 KFNT n acres ot pwl land 1 lor sale ot nnt V4 mile rrou HlmaUnllle AilalrtV Mo with the ttct spring on It thai can lie found III ortll Missouri Atx Tra acre InMillltan conntr lo than one udlcfrom the fiourtthlngtowu ot Mlcklcnlllc alo t nhln a liort distance of Owasco All tine land viw timber and pleun o...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 March 1882

Uzi In l ft 11 f J I i THE HOME CIRCLE CONDUCTED IIV MRS M WOlVKUTOT THE OLD PATHWAY HV CLAKKXCK M HOUTKLLK The pathway led from the arc pate Down by the lironk side thron h ilic ooJ The nlpht v lnl murmured The hour t laic What time we two In the moonlight Hut wc heeded not nljrlit or da XorlicoJllicSciifitliortlicro lwo went lor hit lci liuiw onls In my glad licart lay lu Inp a llx Inp auJ 1IIV content Down the pathway my mldler cut ltythc lirmA through Uicnootl ncath wauliur moon And tn keep the tears his loud heart lent He chcerfull whistled an old lore tune One ofthc many who w ent 0 hra e I watched Mm over the dim long tracV To find forninbltlou a houthcru pravc alltsltur Uici said out ho ncer came luck Snow aiulcm the ttaiMttvc llfht Tlie titer Is frorcii the wood 1 bare Aw ay on the hill steam the heads times while 1 wonder If all Is peace out there Once together w Ith lr e loud tall Once alone neath the wanins moon I alone now In my lonely walk ttod grant an end to inyjonrn...

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 April 1882

5fiw JS HAMITX1V HOrsK Clayton tusrtcr for eoiLluercial uien AboN Tropes WEEKLY GRAPHIC J tf SWETNAMt Publisher WEEKLY GK APHI C KIRKS VJLLE MISSOURI FRIDAyTaIRIL 7 1SS2 HOTEL DIEECTOBY Tlic csnl or one nrt class hotel lu cch to n in ho tutcrtol In tliUeoIumu ami a copy of the WccV 1 OsAiiuc r fnv on rrcript of 30 The irArniCKors inalarcc Hsl or leading hotels In lie anils read by travrlliiK uicu maUuRlt a U dJoJlv aluahle medium for hotels Lomioti deuce news Items and lntereMIu iwrsoualt Ue lrcd Addrcs WeeUy llRAr HIC KlrUtUU Slo HOUSE Knox Cttjr SIo XX rooms ant floor iood accomodations I t ry tailc eonurctrd 1 ilWKXKS lrop Charges reasonable Sample JtV Tliou AltCErS HOUSE Kirlsvllc M The lcad 1 Iiik hotel ofXorU Missouri Rcfltted and Vr sinuancriioriTaeiinir men Gi S Mkhiutt lrop Illinois Head J I- LVKKK EDITORIAL GRAPHICS Ge liurlbuts death it is thought will inptde if not entirely stop lurther proceeding in the Shipherd in vestigation Tin whisky and cigar bill of the congressme...

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 April 1882

H m u w i a f li Kb i h IKSft Hi N ks 9 Uft l ifi TO WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI W M GHL Editor FRIDAY APRIL 7 11582 VETOED flic President has returneil the Chinese bill to Cengess with his ob jections The President says that tho bill conflicts with our treaty obliga tion violating the tieaty iiuh of the nation He expresses the hope that CoiiRiesS would pass another winch while it would meet the endorsement of the people would not conlhct with the rights of China The President nfaintains that neither reprcntalivesof the United States or China in matins the treaty oflSSO tomeinplatcd any piolnbition of ChineMj immigration a that proposed in the bill He opposed the passport siVstcm piopo ed in the lnilt s undemo cratic and said he thought it unwise to introduce such a system in this coun try Tlicpapoit sjstem hfi said is falling into disuse in Kurope and be sides he maintains experience has iuvn that passports arc caily 1 Ar rowed or even forged The President said thatChinc is ...

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 April 1882

WEEKLT GRAPHIC KIRKS VILLE MISSOURI FRIDAY APRIL 7 1SS2 Friday sUaily The Weekly Giurmc is elimbinsj up on its forteenth hundred Hie roads are jjettinu passable apain and our friends from the county are dropping in again Mr Eli Owens and family of ilober lyaiv spending a week in KirksviUe as guest of Mr and Mrs XI linsman The Wabash Dinning Hall is treat ing its patrons to early spring vegeta bles suck as young onions radishes lettuce etc We learn from the La Plata Press that U S 15raep living lour miles northwest of that place has sold his farm to S T Hacon of Sevmour Towa tor iIW0 The enterprising citizens of Hurdland are taking steps toward the erection of a high school building The Gkapiiic wishe them success Prof P D Hol loway is furthering the movement An annimated theological discussion occupied the attention of quite a crowd for an hour or two this morning on the pot office corner There were several ineffectual attempts to disperse the crowd by passing the hat We believe the...

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 April 1882

m y i i e- I ti N 4 J I F s if lit Pi m F fcj li a Sib 11 Lf l 1 r THE HOME CIRCLE CONDUCTED BY MRS M W01vrRTON THE BUTTON HOLE BOQUET hu on a liitlor lutcr U j I a f Irmngc ilirtlc sight Tlic ftrects crv gloomy ralit and pray Tlic alrwlth tallliiu t now as white A lttUc tarred boar cliltd Went running Uimarh Uic cold an J iUi in 1 Ic looked u though lie never smiled A It he never hiJ bctii warm finldra lie tplcd beneath his feet A faded button hole Kxjuct Trampled and wet with rain and kleet wttnered and worthiest there It lay- lie bounded ached ltwlth ditht Stood llll and ahook It free from mint Into hit coal he pinned it tlclit Ilia eyes lit up with tuddrn Flow lie aauntervd on all pleased and proud lll face irantfonueil lucicry line And llupred that the liurrrlnc crowd Mlfflit chance to aee that he a Hue The man who threw the Com ers aw ay Ncterouc half the pleasure had The flow era heat work was done thai day Inclicerliii up that IxTPir Md Ah me loo olteu wc fotyit Happy In 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. — 14 April 1882

fj - jBjSifettMB V -1 HOTEL i Ml1c cnnnrcUM i iiAnKi Irop 1AlCKI110lF Klrlllc Mo Tlio ofNortli MUouri ltrfillct and Itr lumlliot lle9liUartererortiacIlnr mwi OEo MlkiiItt l rop HAMITOX llOUSK iayton llllnl ilunrterforcoainTlal men J V an rroi L Dcrgan special agent of the 17 S La nil Department ha been stopping at Hie Pool Hone several day A max answering tho description of ilil man Itiulti is MiJUKised to ho under an est at the St Louis calaboo e Achrain county claims the title of model county of Missouri She has spent over half a million on railroads m the last ten years is out of debt and has plenty of money in her treasury It is a good showing Wn were compelled to omit a large amount of interesting matter already in type for our last issue The last issue of the Weekly Graphic contained over forty six columns of choice reading or enough matter to fill an average book of nearly one hundred pages Mi Jonx Hill in a recent lecture at Hacken ack N J said that among the sights he -aw i...

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 April 1882

31 18 w V r y V nTTaR3 WEEKLY GK APHI C KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI FRIDAY APRIL 14 1S82 Circulation 1320 THE EXTRA SESSIOX Tbcic is a inospcctof alitile lun at the state capital when the legislature meets for the purpose of re districting the state A jortion of the democracy arc in favor of the measure and still another portion are opposed and among the lutter Senator Vest is said to have arrayed himself Those who are oppos ed will upon the meeting of the leg islature attempt to bring uloutan ad journment sive die af once In tavor of immediate adjourement will be all those who have their arrangements completed toservc the people as cratic congressmen from Missouri for the next twoiears and they will labor earnestly to defeat the re districting if their projective candi dacy is likely to op endangered by it While upon the other hand the aspiring-ones who have no chaice on ac count ot more successful rials with the districts m their present shape will clamor loudly for a new deal The light w...

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 April 1882

V WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI W M GILL Editor FRIDAY APRIL 14 1882 Q M p Railway GOIXG EAST vc Sat rlm I m Uith t4Apm iimM 1U3iim J cavr 10 JO oi T TrriHon Aceommc Jatloo arriut 730 P i GOING WEST Ivr 40i m Lravcazw 1 raTW 740a m so i mvfiw p m 3 arrlrrt 10o a m Trrnton Acommo4aUon VT St L F Railway GOING SORTIt acawr SJTa m Mvltlit anil Arconimndatlon - 111 pui relent jswp m GOCfG SOCTH Iaascnpcr SSpm h rvllit ami Accommodation - - 113 pm frelrtt y is ni OK firnc i VMrVFnAXn ict stamps l v- for taniplc copies of the IIOMK1 I1FAM ti allJ dp COMMON SCllOOt VH OR aul a Ix autmit pixmlcm climmo AilJre M WOLVETON Box si Klrfcatllle Mo XcvtpaprregliliigUifcait three lcsertlnna will rccIe the papers for one year tree CWB sAIE OK KENT SO acre ot pxwl land JQ lor ale or rent 3 1 uille fro u WUlmaUiTllle AilalrlViMo Ilh Uir Mt spring on It that can l fotinillu orth Mlwourt Also T2 acres In MiUlvan county less than one mile from the floorWilntown of aUcllrn Ills alo within a holt llnee...

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 April 1882

NIL I iii SB IS I t i E X -1 v THE HOME CIRCLE CONDUCTED BY MRS WOLVERTON UNDER THE ICE Tliongh drifting ncatli the cruel tec 1 j ct can sec a bcrollnir ud frl bound hands cxtcuil In faltli That light the Mrlmiucr agony Days Ovlnp color trli in lace Vptnrncl lo cakli the cltyS plrain It paws imp I serni In tay And wonder at llici tardy stream Onnvard U MMl5 and now lfccl Thoupli dark and cold almi c ltelnw I ma not p3uc ami cit rilrift WlicrMHtaiielian1iU undertow Not dlrpinp for my little Hie Ah not I comr In Male Towc row warm how pure lion lltnlllon Hods Icelets ocean l forme J IIKIIIIIRNITII HOME LETTER To The Unknown We decidedly protest against Fair Plays unseemly haste in asserting our ignorance that iibuuiiui itriu uimiv ui uuauit WZ have endeavored to live with our eyes open and make as good use of them as circumstapces would permit Our dear father could read Latin Gicek and Hebrews as readily as his mother tongue and our mother in her school days calculated eclipses for a ...

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 April 1882

L I JtfcoN Irops WEEKLY J 1C S WETNAK Publisher WEEKLY GRAPHI C KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI FRIDAY APRIL ai 1SS2 HOTEL DIRECTORY Tie csril of one first class hotel In cadi town will lclntcrtcj In thltcolumn anfl a copy oftlic Wcck lj GEAntic feat free on receipt of 300 The Gninncgocs toalarce list of leading hotels In the net audi read ly travrlug men making It a dceMcdlr valuable medium for holes 3 Corresronicncc nevs Items and Interesting peionals desired Addros Weekly GnArmc KtrlfTlll Mo TTAWKINS HOUSE Knor Citr i t rooms arti noor connected I Havkxs Trop Mil iiTnnlK 5ood accomodations IJv Clurgct reasonable Titos HOUSE Klrlsvillc Mo Tlic lcad 1 Inc hotel ofSonh 31Uonri Refitted and itc mniirficO Headquarters forttavcllng men Geo s MEimrrr rrop TTAJirTOy HOUSE Clayton Illinois ll quarters jor commercial men C LUKEH EDITORIAL GRAPHICS The Indian territory railroad bill was before the Senate on Thuisdav Tun postmaster general is ajritctuig the project of fast mails to the Pacific The will ...

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 April 1882

M J H x - A x President Arthur on Tuesday sent a message to Congress recommending the appropriation of 20020000 for restoring the Mississippi levees He urges the importance and justice of the appropriation on the ground that this section has contributed already 000000 to the revenue of the country by cotton alone and further that the interest and vvcllkre of the rich grain producing states of the northwest are vitally involved placed them above suspicion thus giv ing them the better opportunity to aid the robbers They are no better than the bandits themselves The bowlings and vaporing of the Jew over the loss ot the chief of the Missouri mmdeieis and cut throats is simply ridiculous And when papers like the Hedalia Democrat indulge in such an arrav of adieclivcs js it has called into ue to denounce the Govei nor of Missouri and praise m bandit thief winuin up by a threat of yen geance upon all concerned in the killing of the great robber and murderer one can Imt naturally suppose th...

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 May 1882

T OJ rs J 1 r - i 1WCSE Clayton IDlnoK HAMPTON for commercial men J C J SON Irops jA T KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI FRIDAY MAY 5 1SS2 HOTEL DIRECTORY Tlic canl of one first class liotcl In cscli tonn will lc Inserted Iu column ami a copy of tlic VeeV IjrGHAPllIC sent free on receipt of 300 The nRArmcpstoalarec list ofletillnc hotel in tlic west and Urea J by travcliup men luaUnj it a ilccMcilIT valuable incdlum for botes JtyCorrviouilcncc news Items ami InterOtlns lelnHl AMrci Weekly Oitvrmc Klrksrllle SIo AWKINS IlorSE Knox Cltv SIo Sample Cnnil JUL romis first floor en stable connected I HA Mt Trop aeetiniodations Gentlemen you must not write to the head of the government or to any of the departments without a special permit Tin whipping post has been abolish ed in Virginia This ancient and time honored relie went out with the bour bons There is little hope of the recovery of Senator Hill Ihs physician thinks he cannot live much longer than the present summer Lynch the colored contestant f...

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 May 1882

r ti r WEEKLTGRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI M GiLL Editor FRIDAY MAY 3 I HO Circulation 1320 REPUBLICANISM Republicanism means something more than more parly machinery 11 it did not it would have been consigned to defeat long before this No mere KliticaI organization without a vital principle behind and pervading it can lone survive the special emergency which brought in into being Low indeed must be the ideas ol he man or republican who can look upon his parly as a mere vote catching and of lice yildnpr arrangement Such men while delighting in styling themselves practical politicians are neither wise nor far sighted Uo irty can afford to sacrifice one jot or tittle of its principles to tcure the support ot this or that element Dcmociacy has tried that experiment to its loss and shame Republicanism will always be true to itself as long as it represents the higher and belter thought ol the age so long as it is more solicitous of being right than it is of being popvlar The intelligent vo...

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 May 1882

iV i BSf WEEKLY Gil APHI 0 KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI FRIDAY MAY 5 iSSs Q M A r Railway OIXG EAST No larrlvon liii Leave lMnm ELvt urtl i 0S i Trenton Acroninic JaUon arrlu Ta ji 11 oix WEST No I arrive Im k in leaves lM p n u a in lira es iii bi iivuitmimnHMatloii Leaui 7la m StJy P Railway coisaaorfrii IWcKcer - Krvldrt ami AceommoJallon f riljlil ------ KOIXC1 OLTl lailSc - Frelrlll ami ATVL Krcklit - - saii ok IK rrS JI for sale r rent S l ml iiax roi JL UclilaFrrei SSI acre I piol land nkltDil Adair V M llli IliC liol sprltii rJ7a m 115 p lu sW i m 8sj ji in 13 II 111 SIMS a m herouiHl inform Aio7aerln8iilUvanwiinty less llian one mllrftoni the ttiiurMiliuMmn or btlcMert lllr ali ivitliln a t lmrt distance r Owaco AH line land wiiieilmlor and pliiilyorllxliijr water l ornirtlicr luluniiatliti call oil J JI IJEJ RASXK lilrksvllle Jin orlUKUWAKDLKUill 0iawValll T OKOlTKiIlA liAliOAIN Depotreslauraut lJlaiiIcKliraiulfiIliiRor Grooms adjoining nearXonti Sllfourl Umt lor sale or trade at a...

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 May 1882

J t li ni THE HOME CIRCLE CONIlUCTED BY MRS M WOIVKRTON X WILIS WIFE Up in the murutn caiv Liclitlng the kitclu n the iittlngtlic breakfast rcadv To suit licr lordV desire WaMilii ami triitliitlic children Ready to break their fast Walttnr on this ami that one iA ttin herself Ixi liift n mouthful onlv liarely to carrv her through The Uusy day e full of work That f he must sprvlv do Comlilijj and nxlnjr the children Sending lliem oifto s chool lTatiii to Ketthe chores all done While yet the Mr It cool Slilklng the old rvl cow Tjliigherouttofenl Straininc hcrmllk hi the patitrr Skimming llio that need Wiu lilni thclireikriit dUhes Making smooth the beds Sweeping up the litter Giving the babe conic bread ftirlnir potatoes for dinner linking ajnlnt of meat Ilu lund and children comins Wanting iinetliini to cat Hakin ahinirand ironing Thus the days a t Itn y aa honey bee fast a Mie can By So many clothes to be mended So many more to be made Viitor cominsr ahvajs Whether there- sun or sha...

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 May 1882

1 J AC SWETNAM Publisher WEEKLYGRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI FRIDAY MAY 12 1SS2 HOTEL DIRECTORY The can or one Km class lioicl la each town will lc liucrtc d In this column and a copy of the Week ly riBarniC scut free on receipt of 300 The OHArmcgoc loalarpc list of leading hotels In llic weft anil Is read by traveling men making It a decidedly valuable mctlium for hotels 43 Corrcspondencc news Items and Interesting jicrsonal dcInd Addrck Weekly GltArmc KlrUrill Mo HOUSE Knox City 3Io Sample HAWKINS floor tiood accomodations IJv iry stable connected Charges reasonable Tnos 1 Hawkins lrop TA1ICELS HOUSE KIrlsvIlc jon lrop1 Mn Tlie lturhotcl ofNorUi Missouri Befitted aud rurnlshcd Headquarters forttavcllng men OEO fe Mzriutt lrop TTAMrTOV HOUSE Clayton Illinois Quarters for commercial iucu J C Hcad IXKKlt EDITORIAL QBAFHICS The St Louis gamblers won their first case with the authorities The school bond proposition will be snowed under to day uy negative bal lots The members of the Misso...

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