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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 3 November 1882

r vol in HOTEL DIRECTORY she cast a beggarly 5000 votes for that ticket Looks a- if the G B were progressing backward in the Buckeye state The Official count of the Ohio elec tion gives the Democrats a majority on secretary of state over all opposition to the tune of 1598 while on the bal lanceof their ticket they lack about that much of a majority Something of a fall off from the 25000 majority that was at first claimed St Louis voters have no occasion to complain this year that they have no choice between tickets There are no less than four in the field viz Terno cratic Filley Republic n Anti Filley Republican and Greenback labor with an occasional Independent to give variety and spice -- Qui e a number of Graphic sub scribers seem surprised because their paper stopped at the end of their sub scription We thought we had said enough in that direction so that eveiy man woman and child in the county Mould understand that we stop papers at the expiration of subscriptions unless ordere...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 3 November 1882

III it I if I- i i f WEEKLYftRAPHIC KillKSVlLLE MISSOURI GhZXiXi cJc SlTSSFb8 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3rd 1682 Judge Supreme Court DAVID WAGNER Superintendent of Public Schools 0 C HILL Railroad Commissioner R H HUNT Independent for Congrvs JOHN M GLOVER REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET For KriirctciiUlhe P M HARRINGTON For Circuit Clorl V J ASHLOCK For County Clerk s s McLaughlin For Count v Trciuurcr 0 H MALONE 1 ot SI criff JOHN SHAVER i r Prosecuting Attorney A D RISDON or Colkctor RGBIELBY Tor ProatcTudie 0 L LEWIS Tr Assessor J W WADDILL r Coroner JOHN WADDILL Tor County Judge At large J L HAWKINS Tzr County Judge IstDiot J S HICKMAN F ir County Judge 2d dist- J Q JOHNSON Far Jusllccof the Peace Benton Ti L W LINK JOHN RICHEY THOS SEES or Coi stable E A PATTERSON HITCH AND THE FLAG A Little Bit or History sonethiig Tor Old Soldiers to Think AboiL I hereby certify that I served dur ing the late war as a private in Co F 2nd Vermont volunteer Infantry That at the battle of Savage Station June 29...

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

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KtilKSYIME MISSOURI GUXjXj Se SuaiTXS Xufc FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3rd 1882 U St L r Railway OOIM NO KT1I Ilmnnr - - iii m rrrlkhlana Accommodation - - 710 ir lay rreltit - Iip ui notKO SOUTH IWMW - - - - i ni rrrlxlu ami Accommodation - 7ii i in WHY rrUM - n ni Q n P Railway Xol hcaiiiis Vo I KM going vrksT No I ArrHtl U No I liT5 No 3 1 M TEE Wabash Dining Hall I- MTCATM iTear Q jjo Ss Depet Persons arriving or dtinrtlnc on Q J A I braurli nlll almjntida ARM MKAI read al train time A clioleu Mock of Jcr ami Tobacco atvajeonlialid Also hoi mflVi and luncli 10K II NICHOLS Iropr p lit lor lt e On ik to il Llewellyn Grove About 39 rt driencu lots for sale on eaM term Tin m lots a ix cIov to the public iiimt Fine sliatlf lct blutrras tol iood lraluii e ami no mud Cull on Count Clerk yAKTNKK WANTKIh lwait a pood lle en I irrprWncuiAii t XnVv a part lntt rot In the i w Had hi lllticral i print Hue ip Ulii lor the rljrht kind orman lor particulars anpl to or AcMre6 JMIAV Nww 1 lade...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 3 November 1882

Bil lit si r f F t H i 11 K companiment of each meal as are the forks and spoons or the bread and butter No one should feel at liberty at the table of all places to say or do anything that would annoy or wound the feelings of another any more than he would go without eating and hap py laughter and merry jests should often er be heard around the family table Do not conduct yourselves as though the highest aim of mankind was to sat isfy a voracious appetite Eat slowly there are more reasonsfor this than the one of good manners The food must be thoroughly masticated or the stomach will have to do more than its share of the digestive process This takes time but remember that you will be better off now for so doing and the time thus occupied will not be missed in a hundred years from now Bessie Victor RUSTIC PICTUKES Get pasteboard as stiff and firm as mill board cut t in any desired size or shape we prefer an oblong round or oval not less than fourteen inches wide and from four to six l...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 10 November 1882

a VTKW BADEN H0TFL Adar county Mo JX iood accomodation tor boarders 103 per week For fractional parts of a week 100 per day Beds per nljrlit 2S cents ttood aeeomoda tioLS Good stabling and jcood horse feed All ceklnci ealfb recreatlen or rest connot ond a bcttcrplare GEO bUAWrropr - PITQTtTAL G1ATXICS Lovers of fine stock should attend the sale advertised in this issue by Mr G A Giller Some very wild guesses were engag ed in over the election and the guess ers are now busy accounting for the milk in the cocoa nut The hog seems to have cut quite an important figure in the late election and caused more excitement than the contest for congress A recently report of a mobing affair in Dakota says the crimnal was hanged We dont believe it We dont be live any mob up there are going to go two or three hundred miles to find a tree on which to hand a man There are said to be five hundred descendants ofBenj Franklin in the United States The wife of Attorney Geneial Breaster is one of them The ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 10 November 1882

i tf IS 1 I 11 II h m t f WEEKLY GRAPHIC KiRKSVILLK MISSOURI IXjXac SAaSXSITates FRIDAY NOVEMBER Wtti1882 Missouri is still joined to her idols Democrats generally feel best on off years and this is a way off The old scratch seem to have into the ballot boxes this year got Had Garfield lived twould not have been so There is no cause for discourage ment or despondency on the part of Republicans The Grafhic told you Stanley Thompson was going to give his op ponent a close shave An exchange states that the Rye crop of the present year will reach 20000000 bushels We have two years now to post up on Tariff and the Prohibition ques tions Jim Baine of Maine Thats his name No republican losses up there but a gain Harprs Weekly the New York Tribune and the Weekly Grafhic haTe been read out of the parly by the Journal This is too b a-a-a-a-d Taking the Greenback state ticket for a basis that party does not show any very startling grow th in this coun tv The Democrats who erst while spoke of B...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 10 November 1882

i WEEKLY GRAPHI C KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI ouXjXj b airs s apxvs FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10th 1882 W St L fY Railway No S - No 7 No lSiirlvw ooncasairrn ----- rtp m 4rtm 11 lcTCtmpM noixo wCT No 1 Xo - - - - - lilm KorrlT8upni Learn - Jp i Q M P Railway XoSLwrSiS So4 IIS acre under Knee CGINfi TKST No i ArrTniPj No 1 Lravrs33 No S 12M THE Wabash Dining Hail aTeax Q xvl 5s E5 Depot rrwns anlvlnr or departlni on Q 31 A P branch will al ayf flnil a WAKM -MEAT al train time A clinlw Mock of lar and Tobacco alwal ou hand AlsolinlrofiWand lunch JOE II NICHOLS Iropr a Aloarcnt ibrfiieltnliVnl XrALUABLEFAlLM Foil saIJv 160 acres We call special attention of farmers and stock men to the sale adyertised in this issue by Mr G A Giller It will take place next Tuesday and a lot of desirable stock will oe oflered See BOtirc 50 and Twcnt flrr acrv In rnltlraUon twentr lMarinir antilc trws 0 peach tre 40 cherry xrve and ao abundance of grape currant and ooberne vltern welt plenty m alock water and ronvenent to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 10 November 1882

I H IH We Have JustPlankedBown the Cash Hi- TEE HOME CIRCLE m CONDUCTED BY MRS M W0LVERT0N DESTINY hnclrcled by the cooling clvud land drifts tin Epilog I know scarce two hands wide When green and fatrthc lofty mountain lifts t foreit banners high In conscious prlie Two baby brooklets luulug from tills fount Moved by aliand unseen In kindness pnsse 1 i low winding down on either side the uiouut And reach by paths remote the self same rest Two children play upon the village green i heir chubby hands are clasped they kl s and go Then all their 11 c an ocean rolls between At Ian thy meet where churchyard daisies gron As rivers course tlirongh w eary winding ways Forever onward onward to the sea course thy feet and mine through all ourdajs Jtencatli thcgBidlcgstarofdestlu Aye up and down through all Ulcainaz folds As sweep and sway and rule the tides the sea A hand unseen so sweeps and sways and holds And rules the hearts and lltes ol you and tne WEARY WOMJIS Bv Bessie Victor Why is thi...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 17 November 1882

w VI A a HI M - - 2 7i jr 75 160 Pit Armum SOTSL DZBECTOSY Thecudoronetntclauliotellneach town win t InwrteU In UiU column and a cop jr of the VTcck IfCmirmc Mat fWe on receipt or S0O Tte giixrHic iroct to a tanre lUt or leading liotcU lu HMWOandUrradbr traTclla men making It a drddedlr Talaable nwainni lor note- jOomapondence new Uenu and tntcrcitlna penonalt detlrcd Addroi wecaiy ubaiiiic Ktratrllle Mo rrAn KI3 nuusa jknoa iit au Uood acciMuodaUoni taWe connected Charges reaaonable L HAVKTK8 rrop ttamnlo Ilr TllOB M AKCELSHOUSK KlrkaTille MoTJic lead Missouri Krntld ana He untsntd Headquarter rorttaTcllng men Geo SMiiurrrlrop TTAVPTON HOUSE Clayton Illinois Head- XL quarters lor commercial mra mH rropi 3 V Lrmta VTEW BAIIEK HOTEI Adar county Mo JN Good accowodation tor boarders t 00 per week For fractional parts or a week 100 ptr day Beds per night ii cents Oood acconioas tos Oood sUbllUR aud food liorse feed All aevklnct calth recreatlen or rest connpt Bnda beUer place CEO bHAWTr...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 17 November 1882

1 ij n fi In ii i i IM H h - - J i i i J i ri ji vf -A WEEKLY GRAPHIC TviRKSVlLLE M1880URI FRIDAY NOVEMBER17tb1882 The proceedings of the County Court m ivpe lor mis issue nave been crowd- ed out They will appear next week A large number of republicans thoughout the county seem not to have been aware that an election came off last week Secretary Folger naturally feels sick over his overwheming defeat but his friends think he will feel better when he gets well We dont say it for a political pur pose but merely to call attention to the fact Confederate bonds are once more quoted in the London market Will our friends throughout the county make a little exertion to call the attention of their neighbors who do not take the Graphic to its merits as a family paper Sample copies of the present issue can be had by calling at this office Woman suffrage got a very black eye in Nebraska and an indignation meeting held after the election came near ending in a row brought on by some very intemper...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 17 November 1882

WEEKLY GRAPHIC in KIRKSYILLE MISSOURI OXXjXj Sc SAXTSS FvCV FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17tb 16 W St L r Railway - Ko 7 -No t arrives nntwawaimt 600 jm - 4Jlu - 115 lctTci w t m aonco OCTU I v0 917 1 m JJosrrlUp m Leet - 2 m Q M ft P Railway vIMO KAT NoSLeaTes9iS No4 MM DOING WKSTk No 1 ArrTiisj No 1 LcaTcs73f Xo 3 II THE Wabash Dining toll iTeax -I S1TCATKD J0 Ss DEPARTED I3 IDo50 rersons rrlrlnp or depirtlnp on Q M V branch will always And a VAIt5rMEALrdr at train lime A choice stock 01 Clpars and Tuaeco awju bald Alto hot coffee and lunch JOK II NICHOLS Fopr 43 Also agent for Rye Creek Coal FARM Foil SALE 1M a M arrtai nnm r icinr isiu -- u - twiintv twtrlnir in iii tinn annie irecs cherry irce and ail abunnnceof so ne ach trees 40 Crapes currants and pwosbcrrtc W Rh J raujre in Adair county T o and a half lutes from church store and post office Frame houf or Ave rooms Will take houe and lot In KlrKTlllc In Bait payment trice uiaoiiarspcracrv Adarcss SANDS JfcSlXL lots also store room 3ot2 w...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 17 November 1882

f 111 If H uv in ft I ii Ri I a V -V - TBXSOld CIRCLE CONDUCTED BV MRS M WOLVKRTON SAVING MOTHER Tin farmer Mt In an easy chair Between the f re am the tamp Ughs tare Bis lace vu ruddy and full and fair BH thrte snail boya tn the ehiuiaey nook Canned the tinea of a stetere book U Wile the pride of hit home and heart Baked the blacnluaad made the tart Laid the table and steeped the tea Deftly awlftly and silently Tired and weary and worn and taint She bore her triau wltlwnt comBlalnt Like many another hoiathold saint Coatant all Milan bllat abore la the patient ministry of love At last between the clouds of smoke That wreathed lilt Up tha huband apoke Tberea taxea to raise an Interest to pay And If there ahonld come a ratay day Twonld be tnlfhty handy Im bond to say Thare umthln put by For folks muit die An theres funeral bills en gravesttms to buy Enough to swamp a man party nlgu Besides thercsEdward and Dick aud Joe To be prorlded ror when we go So f I yon Ill tall yon what la do I...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 24 November 1882

i I i W nre5f7WHiijaaf j - -ml v r j h m h h ym VV riCitVJL I- 150 Per Aimnmj HOTEL DZBSCTOB The card or one flm cIih liotcl lu well town will tie ltuertrd In this column mini a co of lliv WwV IrUairutc cnt tnr on rvsvlpt f VU The 0riuCOoloiUreo lUt of leafing liotcl In the wcU nd li rcil by trayrliui en making It dfcMrdlv Tatuthlu medium for holes JrCorreponlcncc Hewn Hera and Interesting tional dertrud Addret Weikly UitArmc KlrUiTllle Mo Knox Cltt Slo Cool accoroiUtlona niiilv XI ruonuitrfl Cor It ry ttablc connrclitl b nAvm rrup Chanrcs reasmahlc TllOS PAUCKLS HOUSE Kltktville oThc Icil Injr hotel ofNort Mlwourt iVmi J ami lit arnlhl HomdquirtcrifortimTcBncTiHn Oko 8 Mikiiitt lroj HOUSE Clanon Illinois Head quartmrorcourucrclal men J C LLkkr K lltipt XTKW BAUEX o uoa IIOTKI Adaj rniinlr Mi aCCOUiOttntlnn for linanlfrc 1 ikt AV PiW tfVMf lltI 1 M L A day llvds prr ulitlit as cents liuul accoiumla Iol Oood UWInj and tood lorse ut rt All aoeklngi talih cvcroatlun or re crann nnd a b...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 24 November 1882

h i I ib1 u M ti II 111 I i WEEKLY GRAPHIC KiltkSViLLE MISSOUKl XXjXj Sc S2LDtT33S Eistes FRIDAY NOVEMBER 24ttilSS2 TIE lXDEPESUEXT VOTE A singular man is our independent He belongs to no party clique or ring he is subject to abuse bribes is court ed and cursed with equal zeal He is called the straw man the man without principle or ready to sell his principle and receives more abuse than an oth er being in the great American Repub lic The most astute politician can not just exactly tell how he is going to oand As the election comes on the politi cian becomes more and more concern ed about the independent He blesses him now but is sure to curse him as soon as the election is over Our independent voter however takes it all good naturcdly He smiles and says nothing He subscribes to neither campaign fund but enlightens himself as to the qualifications and honesty of candidates When election day comes his mind is not troubled as to how we can poll tiie most votes and how we can manage to...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 24 November 1882

WEEKLY GK API JC KH5KSV1MI MISSOUHl 5g SasrODS 3 Sl1 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 Uli 1SS2 W St L a r Railway noivosntmi NeS ixp m Ko 7 - 45 a in No irrirr - - 1M traTrn3ro p m noiMi CILTU No ---- s17i in Not tnC m No rriTcltip m Itiir - 3 p m Q 11 F Railway IM1 EAST Xo2 Leave 9iS ko4 1I oim irrr Vo l Arrjusr m Xo I Ix nTt s 7 No j t m THE Wabash Dining Hall 2iTcQr Q ATM- ZDepct lerin jirrlvinp or on Q l A I branch vlll aiwajt Ami a A1M MEAKh1j at imln time- a cliolco MkV or npar an 1 loli icro twhonliaii l Alfo 1ml coflV ran ltm li H MC1UH 1nipr it nttc t fttk loai 7 AUABIRFAiM Full SrAlK lflO arn M V acnt under mice aim iutm ne icn In cull l at Ion ttnlr luarlmr nmile trt s V pi act tries 40clitrrj triM anil an ihmulaiee of frajttp ami t isiirn mhi pUutj oi slock watir am com mutt to the IhM laiifrc In Alalr count To ami liilf nilles I torn church Flore ant oiIU 1- rame limit ol t e nonj Wilt Take lioiw ami lot in KlrkUle In lait pajnirm trlcc 10 dollar- tr acre AlstlLL SALE Good location fo...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 24 November 1882

M If i 1 it f i TEE HOME CIRCLE CONDUCTED BY MRS M WOLVERTON WIDDEll GREENS LAST WOKDS Im jroin to die says the Widdci Greenj Im gwinc to quit this airtlily scene It aint no place for me to vtay In sucb a world as tis to day Such works and ways is too much for mo Nobodv cant let nobody be The rirls is flounced from top to toe An thats the hull of wbit they know The men is mad on bonds and stocks Swearin an sdioutin an pickin locks Im rearatraid Ill be handed mjself If I aint laid on my final shelf There aint a creetur Out knows to di 1 never was a lunatic anyway But since crazy folks all go tree Im dreadful fear tl tlu ll liaiijr np mo Theres anotliut thing thats re Icy hard I cant po into a neighbors yard To say How be ye 01 boner a pin But what the papeiVU hive it in Were pleaded vo say the Widdcr Green Took dinner Tuesday with Mrs Keene Or Our woitby fiiend 3Irs Gieen has tfine Down to Dsrkhatiibtead to see hpr son Great Jerusalem Cant I stir Without a raisin some fellefs fur 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. — 1 December 1882

JD L E d t h rr stable connected UHaWkixn 1rop I 160 Fir A ntiTim HOTIL SZBXOTOBT Tli cmM or one fltt claw hotel In run town will t InMrtnl In IM column nj a copy of the Wccl Ijfnruic mt free on receipt of isw Tlic iiurniCtoe to a luce lWt or leading liotclt In lie wt and l read by trarrlia men making It adicMrdlr valuable uedlnni for note ACormpondencr newt Itctsi and Interesting ronli dealred Addroa Weekly OKArilic KirVtrllle Mo Sample IVUOX Ull Wo HAnaioanuilJl Oood accomodations lAi A regular reader of the Graphic thjnks us for our article on Indepcn dent voters The State of Nebraska is enjoying a regular boom this year on account of big crops and high prices It is a little cheeky on the part of democrats to claim the result in New York as a democratic success in the face of the facts in the case While Chalmers of Mississippi is ounted ou by fraud we must confess we caut feel very sorry for him It is only taking a dose of his own medicine after all Thk fact that a man cant reach...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 1 December 1882

I f v - WEEKLYGRAPHIC KiKKSVILLE MISSOURI 15 IXjX Ss SAasTaDSiOP iabsi FRIDAY DECEMBER 1st 1S82 The rcctnt cold wave seems to have been general all over the northern states Snow is reported in Virginia and North Carolina This is surely a year of wonders Potter Lee president of the first Nation al Bank at Buffalo has been sentenced to ten years imprisonment forcmbzzle ment The Quincy Whig calls Prohibition arid Woman Suffrage twin follies and uses the same argument against suffer age that the old slave masters did against slavery that the slaves did not want to be free We would naturally think that after nearly three years of successful opera tion the parties who are actively en gaged in circulating the report that the Graphic cant live would let up a little But they dont and we presume we shall be compelled to hear it re peated from time to time for the next decade that is if the parties them selves succeed in keeping their noses above water that long Prof Brooks of Red House observ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 1 December 1882

EEKLT GRAPHIC KlrtKSVIXLK MISSOUKI GHXiIj Sb SAT3DS Xub FRIDAY DECEMBER 141882 W St L r Railway CJOlNOnORTII KoJ - sp m o 7 - - - 1 m Hi No 19 arrives - 113 lrTcSTO p m rOIXll SOITH Xo i 9lain No iaip m No aiarrtTc iiUpm l catrs Spm Q H 4 P Railway iiAijrAT Vo5 Iercl No iu OotNQ WKKT No I Arrisr H No I Leaves 7ai Xo S 1SM TEB Wabash Dining Hall I iTeax Q jno Ss I9 Depot Person arrlTlnpr or drpartlnr on Q M A P ranch will alwajifinla VAKMXEAL ready si a sin lime a cliulrc vtoi V or Clpui and Tobacco alwaracnriarjo Also lint coffee ant lunch JOK II NICHOLS Propr ayent for It e Creel Coal VALUABLE FAliM FoR bAtE iM acres JO acres under fence and twcuUflTc acres In cultivation twenrr arinle U peach trees l cherry trees and an abundance of trees Tajics entrant and Foosberrlcs Cistern well plenty ct stock water and convenent to the best lance in Aaair county two anil aualllnllcsxroni rliunu store and post otBce Frame house of fire rooms Wilt lake house and lot inKtrLsrllle In limit paymen...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 1 December 1882

t C HF f r R i 1 if THE HOKE CIRCLE CONDUCTED BV MRS M WOLVERTON K Little Beys Nrst RcclUtUi O A P 1 think its not easy task To speak a piece in school But still I do not wish to ask To be excused the rule -For litUe boys must some day take The place of the men And it they would jrood speakers make Must iry and try aain This be our motto and now here Ill close my little i hyme Hoping should I apain appear To betterdo next time Good Times A VISIT FROM MbS SCOLLOP Ske Discourses With Her Usual Vol ability 0H VarioasCsefiiTeplcs Wa al here I be agin large ez life and twice cz nateral I allow they haint many o yer country neighbors drops in ez often I haint in rnournin ef I am dress ed in black The widows are all marry in and wc gals must do suihm to protect ourselves Not that Id marry the best man alive but blacks so improvin to ones complexion and I consider it the bounden duty of the female sex to make themselves attrac tive Speakin o marryin look at that brazen widder Scroggins for ...

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