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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 September 1882

M v M r j1 n N WEEKLY GRAPHIC KtRKSVILLE MISSOURI QHTT Sc SJ2T33S FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29th 1882 - KPWUGAM COUNTY 1KKET For RnircjenUUve P M HARRINGTON For Circuit Clerk W J ASHLOCK For County Clerk SS Mclaughlin For County Treasurer G H MALONE For Ehtirlir JOHN SHAVER For Prosecuting Attorney A D RISDON For Collector It G BIELBY F r Probate Judge 0 L LEWIS For Assessor J W WADDILL For Coroner JOHN WADDILL For County Judge At Large J L HAWKINS For County Judge lstDist J S HICKMAN For County Judge 3d J Q JOHNSON For Just Iceof tbe Peace Benton IV L W LINK JOHN RICHEY THOS SEES For CosUble E A PATTERSON Independent for Congresa JOHN M GLOVER Republicans can stand off this year and see the congressional phur fly Tho Sangamon County Fair closed at Springfield III on Friday The chief interest was centered in the cattle of w hirh tLere was an unusual good sup ply There seems to be quite a large amount of travel over our two railroads at the present time The number of Democrats who are talking...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 September 1882

J -31 1 1 ft A ft WEEKLY GRAPH C KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI O tiiXj Sc Sja iTODS FuTss FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2i lSS WM St L a P Railway odino south Iase0rer - 6m p m trUlii and Accommodation - - TMoan way HUM - - liai flOINO fOUTM tBMrtifcr ------ stS it m tYrUhtamt Accommodation - 71J i ni Wat rtvfanit - - - - - S WU m Q 11 r Railway o 4 I2a Col NO WlST So I ArrTttar at No 1 lcae7tt No 3 KM tromllinluiimucl land to Iraile irll for jiii of mare or multS IHo uars lime onbalaucealrlxpcreciil Kiiiiutre of K IIUlCKKlrlIIli Mo Llewollyn Grovo About 39rtsldence lots for sale on cav terms These lottarv cloelo the public square Hue shade MrobluifWK Cooil drainage and no mud Call on Coantv Clerk 144 SELF CONTRADICTIONS OF it form mall WM rOHSATE 13 acres Jj House with 3 rooms stable etc THE Ulble Jo pamphlet prlir rullie same by IlllbA AUABlllll l tlt under fence Frame acres In Tatlnuts oodbearlnir orchard coodMell cAtellmt -lock range unou tcnoni i miles oi times of Kirksville Plenty of work In the nei...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 September 1882

i 1 hi 1 i 4 1 f H TBS SOUS CIRCLE CONDUCTED BY MRS H WOLVERTON THE HEART AN OCEAN TBOS TUESILIAX SaturficrmanTt gifted poet In the flshcrmalds listening car And touching cord responsive Mttn Ilcrti clclcht pans fleni Metre Twai a troth tliat the slnnr altered Tlie beut bu it ebb and flow IIm oceau Ukc ttonu and break And a treacherous undertow It tiah flood tides ot Joy and of anguish Which silently come and go And the feus of our life arc numbered 11 J tbelr steady and rythmical flow To Its depth lore wise and foolish Arc drawn with icslstlcsi might And argosies pleasure laden Are lost to ouruiortal sight Oh many a full sailed premise Full many a whlte wlnged hope Finds r grave mid Its tremulous braakers Spite of injur or horoscope It has depth that are never fathomed Ot sorrow and woe and pain And from the abyss a jcsrnlnp Like the moan of the seas rtfsln That oonmlnl plea of old ocean When Uw winter winds corcrthe main And brings to light Its treasures Goes out from those depths...

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 October 1882

VOLZZL HOTEL DIEZCTOEY Tlir card of one ttri dim liulcl In vacli luwu 111 tic ImprtiMl In tlitclumn anl a ropy uf tlio WVck iwlturiltc moI ftw uu iwrlpt of SSlki Tlitf iKritirpoeti torn lanro Ut f leading IuiuIh In lbe et aul l rral h lrat llu lueu luaMiitf II a tlwl 1ttll attiablt luctllmii for botes 41Crn u utwf lliijj aul lnlcn Mlit licrxuiiU tlcttnil AOdrv Weekly iitAtiuc hlrlxrlllc Mo HOlSK Huux Ur Mo Vanillic J L riMm liiM flor r ttatiU ronmilil tIIM Trup km1 arcttnioilatlolij Ilv Chary reaatraahli IJAUCKIhllOUSK KlrVnllf JIiTlie limcl l Inr hnttl Mttxiuri K0tl 1 ami lie rurnHlied Hcadquartirsforttavelliig 11111 CKo MlltlilTT lnip nAMlTOX HOlBK Clayton iiuarti r for commercial nicu Trap HADEV Illinois J - ItKE TKff HOTl Adar rmmtj Mo tiuo4 accoiicwatlttn tor lKarnp ti inr ik Kr fractional put of a occk flnipir iay iH us wr nixui z cenip mmi arcumcMia l4ii loot etabllnjr ami jruol lion let m All calth rvcrraften or rot cnlinnt find a liellerplMv 1W bHAWTropr EfcI20EIAIfEAPEICS ...

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 October 1882

i jj R si U H i i i r i f WEEKLY GKAPHIC KtRKSYlLLE MISSOURI O XXjdc SAlTDSiria fcs FRIDAY OCTOBER 6th 1882 mUCAltiUNlY TICKET Fur Representative P M HARRINGTON For Circuit Clerk WjfASHLOCK For County Clerk s Mclaughlin For ConntvTreinurer C H MALONE Tor Sheriff JOHN SHAVER For Prosecuting Attorney A D HISDOX Tor Collector R G BIELBY 1 r Probate Judge 0 L LEWIS For Auesfnr J W WADDILL For Coroner JOHN WADDILL For County Judge At Large J L HAWKINS For County Judge IstDUt J S HICKMAN For County Judge 3d J Q JOHNSON For Jusliccof the Peace Benton T L W LINK JOHN RICHEY THOS SEES For C ratable E A PATTERSON Independent for Congress JOHN M GLOVER Thk political situation in this the first congressional district assumes quite an interesting aspect From assurances which Col Hatch no doubt had from a few self styled leaders of the opposition to democracy for favors ihown them uy him that no combined effort shouldbemaae against himin case he was the democratic candidateand be having the utmos...

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 October 1882

f3t K sm Tears Iiwc Krhood i Terms i who trnv GILL KlrkMl NER WAJiTEU l want iw rlsincuanluiakc a pan imiw Mineral springs rineupemuj ludofman For particulars anpij to W Xw Ratten Adair Co Mo V1TJABIEFAKM FoK ALE 1W acres 50 cn under fence and twcnt tlve acres ftiiivttim twentr liearing apple trees Korh irten 40 cherry trees and an abundance of pes currant- and poosberrlcs Cistern ell nty ol tod water and com tnent to the best aire in Adair county Two and a lml f tulles from aVircli store and Ist office Krarae lioue ofrli c Konis Wilt taVc lionse and lot In Jvlrksvlllc In raitnaTDieut rnceiuaoiiarapirarrv AUUIW3 SAMIi i fiUL VUSAIn Good location for a country plijtl 1 clan aud penctal goods bnslniss r llrur two stories and a basement four rooms lame lots also txnfe mom 3GX3 with ware house Worth at liast Will take K rt Apply to JtLit SA1 FINE LARGE FARM at a bargain Consiliiirof440 acrtt in Adair lottnty Mo within three miles of railroad stallou To hundred aud ninety acres under cul...

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 October 1882

M K I TBS SOKE CIRCLE n CONDUCTED BY MRS M WOLYERTON WONDERLAND BY CAIOMXK A ilAYt ON I noudemliat maVrt tlic sky to lilnc I vender what makcn the moon IirlpM Am whether the ov Ur arc horn IUc bramUnvn liable caeli rfumincr nlrht And whydo tlicy hide itiicndallut comn 1 woudcr where In tlic vorll tliyi o IVrliatit lim tlic crcat lux tun gets up They dry llkcdcw or mrll like mow I wonder liat make the flowers so sweet AnJ whet edo they get thelri plctidld tljrsj Ami whyiliouldfotuc lie ml an hlooil And others blue as the puuincr klc s 1 wouder tooiut so intich Utere Is Ti iii7ilcntv Utile head ami oh iiiuiit ircTi i riiflmi li iir till WOtlllcrflll tlltlipi X Jllt ttl LllllHT IfOMAXS WORK 1 am convinced that at least one quarter of the work performed by wo man is unnecessary and that the world would ect on quite as well without it It is like the ottoman cover I once saw a lady working She was all bent up and putting her eves out counting stiches I dont cut anv time for reading she sa...

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 October 1882

I VOLZH Lk UriW JB Glover democrat clubs are being organized Schuyler county a peck of trouble democrats are in Kickers should be a little modest about others supporting the ticket Early risers only are favored with a glimpse of the new comet It is very brilliant before sunrise It is understood that Arthurs ad ministration favors the policy of encour aging independent tickets in the south especially for congress - - The newspapers are asking why president Arthur further delays the par don of SerpL Mason Hasnt he been punished enough a Frank James claims to have been a regular church goer tor the past four years and divided his preferences be tween the Methodist Baptist and Chris tian aiurcl BS If republicans wish to vote the kickers ticket on general principles because there are some good republi cans on it it is all right but a refusal to do so do does not forfeit their parly standing It is a little cheek lor men who have inugui atcda bolt in the state as our friends over the way h...

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 October 1882

1 wsss P ISt 11 IS ri i I ft I I t I M r v It WEEKLY GRAPHIC HRKSVILLE rcnusiiED bt eks i MISSOURI NEWS AND NOTES m A Summary of Important Events Harvard professors pronounce tho tow comet incombustible Tnr peace negotiations between Chili nd Peru arc broken off because of the re fusal of Chill to abate any of her demands The Democrats of Connecticut have nominated Thomas jr Waller for Governor and Gcorgo G Sunnier for Lieutenant-Governor The Major and City Council of Wil Ilamtport la have been indicted by the grand Jury for falling to keep tho streets in order Indian Commissioner Price is send ing circulars to agents to notify the tribe that they must earn their own livelihood lereaftcr Bancroft the historian celebrated lis eighty third birthday at Newport K I Oct 3 Attorney General Brewster took part In the entertainment m In the six day pedestrian contest at Birminchatn England for the Astlcy belt Ltttlewood mado 414 miles in 70 hours and 20 minutes beating Doblers record in 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. — 13 October 1882

i hi i 1 r i i l I i I fi ft Ik WEEKLY GBAPHIC KiRKSVILLG MISSOURI OZXjXj Sc SA2T2DS FRIDAY OCTOBER 13th 1S82 RETUIUGAR COUNTY TICKET For Representative P M HARRINGTON For Circuit Clerk W J AS1IL0CK For Couiitv Clerk SSMeLAUGHLIN For Count v Treaurer OHM ALONE For Sheriff JOHN SHAVER For Prosecuting Attorney A D RISDON For Collector It G lUEIillY ForProliateJiutiie Trr LEWIS F Asnr 1 W WADDILL Foi CoioiuT JOHN WADDILL For omtlvliiilxeAt Ijrge J L HAWKINS For County Juilire 1st Dist J S HICKMAN Foi County Judge 3d din- J Q JOHNSON For Jiittireofthe Peace Hentmi Tj L W LINK JOHN BICHEY THOS SEES Kr E A PATTERSON Indeuciideut for Coiigrix JOHN M GLOVER GLOVER HATCH Hon J M Glover independent candidate for Congress spoke at Ma sonic Hall last Saturdav The hall was well filled there being nearly twice as many people in attendance than were out to hear Mr Hatch Mr Glover devoted most of his time to his oppo nents record in Congressshowing that he deserted every tradition of the party and ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 October 1882

WEEKLYGKAPHIC KlliKSVILLE MISSOUIII CUXjIj Sc SA31T3DS E aTss FRIDAY OCTOBER 18th 1SS2 U St L 1 Railway uiaiTit faswiuxr - lanp m i nUlit Accommodation 7 tin am way rellil - - lttJp m noixn PotTH rasterurcr 9 IS a m KnUthlaMt Accommodation - i3 p ill vt av KrelKlit - ai n m Q M k P Railway iilMJ EAST Not Leaves i Jio Ki ColMJ WW No 1 ArrTtlJr No 1 Lcav c it No 3 1JS3 TEE Wabash Dining Hall 1 2Tear Q j no as I5 XJepst Person arrUIiic or dcpartlnc on Q M A Pi branch will al a s find a WAUMIMKAIrcady a train time -a choice tocl or Clears ami Tobacco a ways nu baud Alw lint cofiee and lunch JOK II NICHOLS lnipr M J Also arcnt mr Rye CrciV Coal Llewellyn Grovo AbontSS residence lot for fale on easv term These lotsarecloitotncpubiisoiiare fiue srane Vice bluoRrartfnl Good drainage ami no mud Call on County Clerk 144 SELF CONTRADICTIONS OF THE Ultilr In pamphlet form price at elf the same by mall WM llAJir KlrUrllle ilo E O acres tit unlcr fence Frame J71llKSA with i rooms stable etc 22 ac...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 13 October 1882

j i i i ft I V THZH0K1 01RCEL - CONDUCTED BY MRS U WOLVERTON THREETlSHEvS KMILR 11UXT1NGDOS MIMKI1 Tliree little BflMTtnen down by tlie lay Wenton a orajre one unililtiy 1t Dick had tht ball In a pink china dith Ted had a batket to bring liome tie fltli And Tommy the emputn went tuarelitiK along Wltli a goM hcadcd rod oaliU riiotlero ttrons Three little Ithcrmtn out on the bay Lanrlilncandrlioatlnir wcntMlllnitaway Sailing away with the wind and the tide And little wares danced a they run by the side Dnt the worms tthjxicd out of the china dish And the cold rod only Irijlitcoci the llth Three little fishermen out on the bay Weeping and watllos went drifting away Tilt a icrlniy old oystennan brejrht them to lam And tvt them down ufc In a row on the sand HOME TALKc A rule of etiqucte which is often vio lated especially by women is that relat ing to letters of inquiry that should al ways contain a stamp for a reply It is not only courteous but it is a matter of absolute justice The que...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 October 1882

VOLXXX TTivrmx noisK WEEKLY SOTXL SXBXCT0B7 Til cm or one llrt cl hotel In rch town will tic lnertel In thl column aud a cop j of the Weck IjRBArmc cnt free on receipt of JO0 The UurHicpmiiialtm list of leading holel In the wwt snJ l read by travliB making It a dttMtdlr valuable medium for liolct 49 CorrciKratlencc nci Items and Intcmtlna lronata dclred Addro Wkly ORArmc KukMllle Mo TTAWKIn nui9Eiwuua - 5ood room nri nnr rrr liable connected I Hawkins Irop Mo Sample accomodations Uv Cbrg reasonable Tlio TAKCELS HOUSE KlrVnlle StoTbe lead lln houl ofNorf MIoarl RrfHted and He turnlhVl Ileadquartersrurttavellnit men o S MtKhlTT 1rop Clayton lllluolJ Head- XA quarters for commercial men Props VTEW BADEX 1 Ki 11 R HOTEL Adair county Mo Uo4 accorodatlou lor boarders P week Tor fractional parts ot a week siw per iUt Beds per nltht 15 cent ood accomoda Imi fiood stalillnc ana gKa norm y eeklnxi ealth recreatlen or rest eonnot nnd a better place GEO SHAWPropr gDITOaiAL GRAPHICS The Georgia ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 October 1882

I II St IMJ B i W itll i For Sheriff 4e SA17SPu3i FRIDAY OCTOBER 20th 1882 Judge Supreme Court DAVID WAGNER Superintendent ofPublic School O C HILL Railroad Commissioner R H HUNT Independent for Congress JOHN M GLOVER KMUCAICWinYTICKET Ior BeprctcntatlTe P M HARRINGTON For Circuit Clerk WJASHLOCK For County Clerk sss McLaughlin For County Treasurer C H MALONE JOHN SHAVER For Prosecuting Attorney A D RISDON Vor Collector R Ck BIELBY For Probate Judge CL LEWIS For Assessor J W WADDILL For Coroner JOHN WADDILL For County Judge At Large J L HAWKINS For County Judge lstDbt JSHICKMAN For County Judge 2d J Q JOHNSON For Juslireof the Peace Benton T L W LINK JOHN RICHEY THOS SEES For CwcaUble E A PATTERSON TIE STATE TICKET We print this week for the informa ion of our readers the ticket nominat ed at Jefferson City by the irregular republican convention held in Sep tember There being no other re publican ticket in the field republicans can vote it in preference to either of the other ticket...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 20 October 1882

A do to WEEKLY GKAPHIC in KIKK8V1LLE MISSOUKl te SMITHS EaTs FRIDAY OCTOBER 20th 1882 W St L a r Railway GODtOXOKTH 1UMnr trctgatud Accommodation way might - - ootNO 80LTH ruwifcr might aWd Accommodation war freight - - M ft P Railway JilMJ gAST No LeaTcs S1S So 4 I3u A CARD To Correspondents nother characteristic letter from nnt township will appear in our nt Received too late for this issue al correspondents must not con el1 e that their favors are not appre cn il because we cut them down and pr out a poi tion of what they have w ten We are the judge of what is siihble and of sufficient importance an mint constantly keep the question ofrietyand space under conidera tmij Ileal items of news are alwavs Wfllliine t publish in this issue the an nouatelentofa jj0Jji gciiool to be opettd in connection with the Normal We Jtarn that the very best talent pro curaUe will be secured to conduct this KchooUnd that it will be open to pu pils it something less than 150 per inonti 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. — 20 October 1882

Ef r i b I i IS III M 1 i t r 4 I J I I TSZ SOKE CZECSL Hi IONDUCTED BY MRS X WOLVERTON M m SdMi Mm Click k Sum BV T BERRY SMITH In ny old beloved scbool room All alone I pensive lt soadrlnft many a Bickering fancy B7 the solenn quiet lit While I wonder what the fuUie Holdsln secret alorc form Tick the clock In seeming anawer Walt and ice wait and see From time halla there eer Issue Men or worth and virtue too Will thli be the Alma Mater To fair women tried and truer While I ask tbeae questions hoping Time for tu wilt such proenrt from the wal la the cloak It aa In I assure I assure Oownard slowly toward hit artllng Bant the great and gotten sun Telllnitall to turn them homeward for another day Is done And I atop to look and wonder irthe more again will glow When th clock replletli plainly Even ao Even ao And the week Ii swiftly going Fleet tin closing hours away Soon the belt will call to vespers Ere to sleeps embrace we stray Will the coming hcly Sabbath Befplte from all labor be ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 27 October 1882

I r v a VOLZZL TTAMPTON HOUSE iaj ton Illinois AJ quarter rorco Liuvrciai men A5N Props A V HOTEL DIBSCTOBY nicamloronenrMi laoliotct In etch town 111 nclnwHcJIntlilscolumn nnd it copy of the Week ljOKArmc cnt free on rrwilrit of ssou The OHArillciwcs lot 1itc Ut of leading hotelft In the wort anills wad by tnrling men mating It UMrllV Talmhle tucilluii for holes aEtCorrrpouUUCv news Items and lutcreMlnn terronal llml Adiltvas Weekly CllAIllIC Klrkwllle Mo HAWKINv HOOK floor rry Manic comK ctetl L Hawkivh Prop HOUSE Knox Clti Mo sample t5ool aeeomolatlnni Ilv Charges muunable Tlto KlrkMiIlr Jlolhe I Iturholtl ofNort JIKourl ltelltl I ami lie InrnlFhrd llra1quartcrtTorlaTellni men S MEIIlltTT Prop C OEo HADES IIOTKL Adar county Mo Uo4 accomodation tor hoarder SHU Per eek For fractional parts of a week lin per lav It4tlsner nlirhl IS cents Cood aecomotla tiOLS loon siatiTlnp aud pood horse leert All aeeklnjrl ealth recrcalien or rest eounut nnd a better place HAW 1ropr IDITORIAL GEAPE...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 27 October 1882

ft iff HI I V f 1 I iHfe u Il ill i 1 1 1 I WEEKLY GRAPHIC S - i K1RK8VILLR MI88OURI OXIjIdc SlTSSFtttoi FRIDAY OCTOBER 27th 1882 Judge Supreme Court DAVID WAGNER Superintendent of Public Schools 0 C HILL Railroad Commissioner R HHUNT Independent for Congresa JOHN M GLOVER KMIJCAI COUNTY TIMET For Ruiireoentatlvc F M HARRINGTON Tor Circuit Clerk W 1 ASHLOCK or County Clerk is McLaughlin Tor Cwnty Tremurer CH MALONE For SI eriff JOHN SHAVER Fcr Prosecuting Attorney A D RISDON or Collector R G BIELBY For Probate Judge C L LEWIS For Assessor J W WADDILL For Coroner JOHN WADDILL For County Judge At Large J L HAWKINS For County Judge 1st Hist J S HICKMAN Fur County Judge 3d J Q JOHNSON For JuUrcoftbe Peace Benton TV L W LINK JOHN RICHEY THOS SEES For Constable E A PATTERSON The Governor is evidently up here n Hatchs interest The English Parliament re-assembled on the 24th inst An X on your paper means time up we though everybody knew that Vests whiskey campaign against the temperence sen...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 27 October 1882

31 WEEKLY Gil APHI C KIUKSVIIIE missoum OZXiXj Sc S2T33S X ab FRIDAY OCTOBER 27tli 1882 H St L r Railway GOIKGKOKTn fkiavntcr 400 p m rTrbtfit and Accommodation io a a y relht - Iis pm nonco form rwncrr 9g m m rrrljtht and Accommodation - 713 p in war rrelrtit - IS o tu M P Railway UI1UXA8T No 2 Leaves 9it No 4 GOIM1 WKST S i Arr7i5r No 1 Leaves 7ti No 3 ISSJ THE Wabash Dining Hall I- aTear Q uno 6c Sepot Perron arrlvlujr or departing en O 31 p branch will atn ays nnd a WARM MEAL rradr al train umc a uiuicc uuck oi uptn and looacco atwaisonhanil Alohnt enffeeand luncti JOK II NICHOLS Propr 3 Also agent for Rj l Cml Coal UewoUya Grove About 39 residence lots for wile on cwr teno These louarecloM to Uie public square Fine shade Nlccblacjmui eod Good rirmlnjrc and no mud vu on uounty uiers TARTNEKWANTE1 IwutBrwod Uve en J trrprUlnr n tMle a part Inrrmt In rhe Krv Baden Mineral Springs rine upturn for tue rljrbt Unrfof wan For particulars apply to or Atidr Xv Baden Adair Co Ho FA KM FoK...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 27 October 1882

ft m v iSf it i 111 i if t I i li M i i i II I T A W y TSEH01CE CONDUCTED BY MRS WOLVERTON EVERY DAY HEROES TOR KKC1TATIOK Oh yo they arc all around us And In eTery walk of life Utroc the best that stmd the leit In many an unmarked ttrlfc Heroes of home of shop of fnrm And at dutys call alone Though unrrvof lioinrV rharc And by noisy fame unblown Oh yes they are allarouud us And to instancoth irdccds were Tain So hidden away In the crowds arc they Inthc paths otocurc and plain Fr ru those whose chivalry unctteetned Through lowly life time shines To snch is the rout whose acts ktand out For the rest like otarry slpis And nothing is loot though hidden That springs from heroic seed In the larger force and th liljjlier course Tliit are shaped from a single deed The environment of a mat of men Vay brightenand spread apace Till the deeds shall throng all paths along To the glory of all the race Nciv York Ledger THE NEW METHODS We clip Ihe following from an ex change and though not belongi...

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