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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 27 April 1883

iggatreaamlafraa X Wf r Tl tfllaljiaMalihLjajMg wateniaBWUaHliaW CHAPTER X IN JAIL Mr Belcher the sheriff had a kind heart and he did all in his power to cheer Helen I hope Miss Lakeman itll not be as bad as you think I hope you will come out all right No no said Helen her face growing more calm and pale I know that shame ruin and death will corns out of this I am in the power of persons bent upon my ruin and no power on earth can save me Who do you think is bent upon your ruin Mr Arnold and family Why great goodness why should they want to ruin a poor girl like you Helen was silent She could not answer his question though she knew an answer for it She could not tell him the Arnolds had determined to have the educated and accomplished Warren Stuart a member oftheir fami lyand that the pretty face of the hired girl was in the way That Helen Lakeman arrested and disgraced for a crime would lose her beauty even in the eyes of her infatuated lover She dare not tell the sheriff what her ...

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 April 1883

I Ml i r i F I IL I u n i tt WEEKLYGRAPH1C KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI 3C GUIili Editor WLOftE tWW With this issue the Graphic enters its fourth year We cannot help feeling a little proud over its record as a successful newspaper venture Where it met with frowns sneers and opposition tour years ago it finds to day esnicially throughout the coun try a host of warm and energetic friends whose kind offices and hearty recommendations maice it unnecessary for us to resort to drumming or can vasing to keep up our circulation There are many other things in this connection we might properly men tion but our space this week will not permit We hope to make the Graphic still more attractive as a fam ily paper in the future and shall try always to merit the appellation of the Peoples paper whicn so many have so kindly named it EDITORIAL VOTES The Democrat thinks the dem ocracy will make a square For Rev enue Tarifi plank in their platform next year We dont believe it They will want to dodge the questio...

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 April 1883

I i -ail a- t 1 fv WEEKLY GRAPHIC KiTtKSVlLLE MISSOURI FBID AY APRIL 27th 1883 No S 0 V St L r Railway So 7nivt Xo II ft Ft - Goiscaaitrn OOIXO SOCTH Q U P Railway -10 I AH -No Leave lS oi lia TEE Graphic Sikxriptltis The following amounts havs been received on subscriptions for the week ending Saturday April 21ft WHSetrell 150 J T Fitch 15 W J Spiva 75 D HSlawson roo Peter Reece 150 Wm Fanner 150 F C Billings 50 L W Camp cIL 50 FJ Campbell 75 W L Fletcher 100 W P Turner 100 Ired Smith 100 W W James 75 woojooaoo o lot at Of interest in sums from J f HOLLBTE k McCALL 0ce jearoTkpFicUer a 5f VsSiSjC sop m iMxm 4S3pm 2 pm 917 m 10 40 p ru 1005 t GolXG west Vo 1 Arr7l5P No 1 Leave 7JB VO 3 W S5 Wabash Dining Hall IS SITUATED iTeax Q jno te P Depot finoni arriving or departing on Q M 4 P tiiocb will alwar And WARMISIEAL ready al train time A choice itock of Clfrar and Tobacco aljonband Alaobo f1 r Alo acent for B e Creek Coal IACBES Tlmber Farm In Macon county 1 miim wmi ftf a under fenc...

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 April 1883

I If I i I nonsszoxTAL c ajuwl rjOBEN MORROW PHT8ICIAN8 AND SURGEONS KlBK6VItLT MIMobRl asP Wlll answer ealli at all hoar OBcelwo wn tut oftbe soatheast corner of ihe iqur Dlt JOHN T KEMP SURUEON DENTIST All wort lasrantti rirst Casters Hon souUitlde Tll HMSTONE m r rnsi Poultry Ejfss Butter rooms first flor cry stable connected L IIAWKISI Prop KIRKSVILLE MO Class once over IHStClAK AND SURGEON KIRKSVILLE MO Office with J C Thatcher outhside Square Calls promplratteaded to at alt boars noM lt L STRICKLAND PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Orrrcs Over Larrikins store mind there nirlitor dar REFERENCES Kirksville Prof Xason Rev T C CamnbelL Banker Rowlaad Bros Can be QHASfc FUSSELMAN PAPER HANGING GRAINING SIGN WRITING c 4SaUfscUnn JnrantreJ Leare ori rs at J Jamison Drue store oov pARKSALANDES PRACTICAL PLASTERERS Take order for Urpr ir small contracts onshnr notice First class work puarauUed Leate or lers at this office JOHN W JOHNSTON ATTORNEY AT LAW AVDNOTA RY PUBLIC KlRKSVILLE Mo KlrlMlr Sar...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 May 1883

V ff AedanaM AMttrflrarlicfsnftni koM WEEKLY L60 PtrAnaum A Little nnowier And the wind it nteol the nurfata are loac roia TM Uw are hunl mm the aumi are iwjoonny Jiccrw Oh what cum be A ke whMIc aVmc tlie way It will all cnneriirht By to roorrmr night Sar Johnny XcCtre to day TV plnm are few and the cake U plain The ahnea u nut at tlu Per money you took in toe pane In It waa all spent Ion aan But Johnny JtcCw Oh what caret he A jhe whistles alonjr tbc street 4 would you hare the bluea For a pair of snors While you hare a pair ol feet The bbow Is deep there are paths to break But the little arm Is strong- And work I play ir youll only take ToUr work with a bit or ion And Johnny McCrce Oh what cares be Aa he whistles alone the road t HewJUoohJsbnrt And wNlaare thereat r To the care of Ua Father ihj v The naothera face It la often sad She acaree knows what to do But at Johnny kiss the to bright and dad She iores Ma and wouldnt you For Johnny at cCrco Ob what cares he As be whistles al...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 May 1883

Ml H i I ill ens i tf WEEKLYGKAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI W XA SILL Editor EMTSIIJIL XOTE8 The Lallatt Press threatens to cut loose from the eastern democracy if they dont stop their protection fool ishness Take it easy brother Thomp son They will make you swallow it and ram it down with a bar of pig iron when the time comes So resign your self to the inevitable We know you are too good a democrat to kick The building of a direct line of railroad from Chicago to Kansas City with Kirksville as one of the points on the line would be an enterprise of very great advantage to Adair county The section of the county most benefitted would be Clay and Walnut townships both of which are away from any rail road line Quite a largely attended meet ing of citizens was held at Baylors Hall on Tuesday evening to consider the new railroad project mentioned below Speeches were made by the chairman JurlgA Kllicnn and Writ F M Harrington and short remarks on the desirability of secunng the road by other ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 May 1883

WEEKLYGBAPHIC KiRVgvjLLK MISSOURI W ILti Editor FRIDAY MAY 4th 1F83 H st l r Railway Ko3 - - No- No T arrive No 21 No t No a No SB It No a Ft All CAST So 2 Leaves li8 No 4 MM nOIKONOBTn OOIKO south M 4 r Railway 44 a m 4Si p m 7 pDI 917 m iil40 p m 10 115 going WKST No l Arr7isr u No l Leaves No 3 1111 Wabash Dinine Hall IS 81TCATKD XTeax Q J2a dc P Depot Tcroonn arriving or depmrllnr on j M 1 I orsnchwlll alwarsllnda WAKMIMEALrradr mt train tlmr A choice stock of Jlfcars and Tobacco IwaYsonhand Alsoliotcoffeeandluncli JOE II NICHOLS Propr Q Also treat for R e Creek Coal B003C8 A2TO HSALS AT New Badep Springs Theundcrsigned his two food rooas to let to boarders and Is prepared to furnish meals at all times t visitors to the Springs Meal Sc Board with room 1350 and tM E L LOSO WANTED TEAM A pood span of mares with or without harness and wagon Apply at this office GOOD GIRL WANTED Oue capa ble of taking full charge and managing housework Liberal wages will be paid Ap ply Immediately t...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 4 May 1883

m ii PSOFESSZOXTAL C1SDS MORROW PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS KIltKSVIILK MISSOUltl aT Wlll answer calls t all honrs Offlco two don rut of the souUieast corner of the square moio tf TVL JOHN T KEMP J SUUUKOX DENTIST KIRKSVILLE MO AM ort lnarantcod First class OBcc over CasVcj V store south side U HMSTONE PHSICIAXAXD SUKGEOX KIRKSVILLEMO OfflcewlfhJ C Thatcher tonlhsldc Square Calls promply attended to at alt hoars fnoM U Jf I STRICKLAND PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Orncc Over Xamking nnnd there uirht or dar store Can bo sOllASE fc PUSSELMAN PAPER HANGING GRAIN SIGN WHITING Ac 49 Satlsfactlon Cnarantccd 11 Jamltous Dnut store r - to BM vko avaerf two tassif Sb aStl - - N Leave onlers at DOL pAHKS LA NDES PRACTICAL PLASTERERS Take orders for Ijufp or FtiiMI contrzets on slmr iiotiw t Irst clats York Fuarautvl Lctuc ir rtcri at this office JOHN W JOHNSTON ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTA RY PUBLIC KlRKSVILLK Mo Office over KIrkstlllc Savlnin Hank second door w ami L GRIGGS -A ttorsa ey at Xia w Kirksville ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 May 1883

p h 160 Per Annum m r b i b b -mi m m sn n Hk i Vf vf u J H in kV I LITTLE IY LITTLE One step and then another And the longest walk ended One stitch and then another And the largest rent is mended One brick upon another And the highest alhs made One flake upon another And the deepest snow is laid So the little coral workers By their slow and constant motion Have put these pretty islands In the distant dark blue ocean And the noblest undertakings Mans wisdom hath conceived By oftrepeatcd efforts Have been patiently achieved Then do not look disheartened Oer the work you have to do And say that sucfe a mighty task you nevcr canget through - But just endeavor day by day Another point to uain And soon the mountain which yon feared Will prove to be a plain Orljcinal Story THE HIRED GIRL 3y auC 7 3a5T AUTHOR OF PREaTON FLAT MYSTERY OR THE FORTUNES OF WALTER EROWNFIELD CHAPTER XVIII PUDLIC SES1IMENT There exists a peculiar abstract non entity called public sentiment We hardly know how to d...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 May 1883

WEEKLYGRAPHIC KIRK8V1LLK MI880UW WTi C OhZLXi Editor EMTMUIL MIEFS Only i little strip of country in northern Missouri seems to be drouthy A writer in Our Continent says there was a race between republican and democratic leaders as to which should nominate Grant the first time ThurlowWccd is given as authority We do not like to sce American newspapers taxing sides with aristo cratic and Monarchial governments against every movement of the people of other lands for a representative or constitutional form of government It does not look well We arc for a sensible honest tariff one that while it contributes to the revenues of the government helps to foster legitimate home enterprise Whatever goes beyond this we believe is wrong In other words we stand on the old original republican platform of a Tariff and Revenue with such equit able protection as that may bring and no more We lean that a proposition or petition rather will be presented to the county court asking the court to establish...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 May 1883

- fc WEEKLY GRAPHIC Tr vacwj8iietert KiRvsVUXK MISSOURI m 3mE AXlili FRIDAY MAY 11th 1H83 W fit L ft r taUway ItOlKUXOHTM It - 4 SO p M NaT - - m No IP arrive - 4J5t n Xoltt p a noiso SOUTH Jfo t tUa M Ko a - Iui p to t So a vt - t 9 A F Railway IMJXAST i OOIXOWKST XolUiTrtt Ho i ArrTttsr H fc No lztt NiLnmdt Ko 3 II M THE Wabash Dining Hall 3ax Q Ss fersont arrlTlna or dennrllnr Depot o h i r Branch IU always Srol a WAKYIMEAr ready al train iliac acwhcvnockoi lasjirs un odocco aiwaysoanaira AiMiiflimnrcKna isnco JOE II NICHOLS rrepr O Alio uat fof Hyc Creek Coal BOOKS AFT KTATiff -AT New Baden Springs Tbe undersigned has two gooA rooeia to lcttoboardcs and lanrepared to furnish meal at all times t visitor to the Springs Meat Board with room 4350 and UM E L LOSO ni3m TASTURAGE 160 acres nice bine grass pasturaire 6 miles north of town Stork ttken and pastured by the month Ap ply to Grant Crebbs at Parcels Houc Clf ACRKS Timber Farm In Macon county I 1 1 1 f mile west of La llata 30 ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 11 May 1883

iiT Ji 1lPV vt K5K3V - V- 5tfVfir t k - nomszon alcum s fJOBEN HOMirfl v - rniBIUIARB ANI KU HURON art Dark vtrttr vnuuiti - MOT v MB wWlll answrr exih at all hour OSealw Jean ut orihe southeast comer or the faun i oumt ai D It JOHN T KEMi vsg f SURGEON dksttst - KtRKSVlLLS HO All work flaaranterd Tint vClaaa Otlee wr Caatey s atore south side i -a - nit rm stone rHSIClAKANDSUnOBOH I KlRKSyiLLXMOk OffleOllh J C ThMchrMUit BMnw j Calls protaply attended to it all boars fnosuif Jf L STRICKLAND - PRYSkMRANSiMEIRi - Orricc Orcr Lamkfoi store ound there ntrht or U - f Can HASE FUSSELMAN PAPER HANGING GRAINJNt SIGN WRITING 4c s SaUfactIon Guaranteed U Jamisons Dru flora pAKKS LANDES Learc orders1 at 1 aao t t PRACTICAL PLASTERERS Take orders for lars or atnall contracts onahor diet First class work saaranlted Leave or JOHN W JOHNSTON ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTA RY PUBLIC 1RKSVILLE Mo Once orcr Klrkirtlle Savlnca liaak second daor w L GrUGGS Ktrkaville Missouri OFFICE Over Solkeye store 8outh...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 May 1883

tfM i I a Jf r r x iff r ifrV rrr t S WlpVf A KANSAS NUKSERy 3T The timbjf we uked at with mop and broom Its mother cane to the nneh one day Oh ahea picketed ont irmii the way - 1 tare not leaTe ler alone lathe room And the tiviy innther looked for a tub Wfcll we saddled our nnrsee and rode to are Dow the lonely baby fared whtle we Had stolen Iti mother In swecpaad aernb Tor tha naMe we were accnstoined to Could never bin Kept their silk and lace And Utile he ribboned hat In place With only a tree for their nurse we knew Bat tbls Kansa baby had no hat And It lanrbed as If it Uioajrh silk and lace WonlO tare been entirely ont of Mace On a prairie or for the matter or that Anywhere elie It could only go The Unytbof the rope bnt ts lltte teet Pattered aboat where the grass was sweet J nit as It pleated and that yon know Is more than the city babies do For trundled ander the city trees They are carried Jostwere the annes please Which I shouldnt like at all should yon As I ahoufht Itorer...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 May 1883

hi r ii i flffftiPSl u - - - v - 2r r v wr jpyr TwfnMmmmmmmmfM1 WEEKLYGRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI W 3C GUIiL Editor EB1TOE11L ROTES The N Y World has passed into the hands of Jos Pulitzer of the - St Louis Post Dispatch He will give the sedate New Yorkers a little taste of breezy western Journalism We look for a little fun as soon as the mu sic gets fairly started Ve cannot furnish any more back copies of the Graphic containing he Hired Girl The supply is ex hausted The story is taking every where and we are receiving cards and letters ever mail calling for missing number We need a few copies of number 2 of this volume ourselves Kansas City has heretofore flat- tercdjitself thatitjwas cyclone proof owing to its peculiar location but that notion no longer exists Sunday eve ning about four oclock the inhabitants of the city were visited by one which left desolation wherever it touched About fifty houses were wrecked and three or four people killed Among a large number of people who we...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 May 1883

WEEKI7T GRAPHIC KiHKHVlLLfe MISSOURI V IIiL Editor FRIDAY MAY 18th 1883 H St L r Railway KOS - - Ko arrive hot KnW No a Fl - aoixaxanrti 001X0 BOOTH f M F Railway JHMi KAfT Not Leaves Sl8 No llt 600 p In 41 am 0 m i pm tia in 10W p in 10 OS 2 flnlKO WK8T So I Arr7i5i M No I lxaYes7tt No 3 13 U THE Wabash Dining Hall XTear Q -IS xvo Ss IF 33ejot rcnon arriving or tlvpartlnF on Q M A P branch will alwaflnla WARM I MEAL ready at train Unir a cliolct sunk or Ofrars and Tobacco alwaraouhaild Also hot coffee and lunch JOK 11 MCHOLS lropr a Alo atcnt for K e Cixtk Coal - BOOKS AND 3CEALS AT New Baden Springs The undersigned has two good rooas to- let to boardets and is tireparcd to furnish meals at all times vbitors to the Springs Meal- i Board with room fct SO and 40 E L LOSO rnotn PASTURAGE 160 acres mce i 90 i ritwlio blue irrnts pasturace G miles north of town Stock tiKon and pastured by the month Ap ply to Grant CrebUB nt Parcels House ACBE8 Timber Farm In Macon fount d iiillen wrslof...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 18 May 1883

m m T GOBEN MORROW mtsicianb an surgeons KIKKBVILLE MISSOURI JLr Will answer calls at ill hoars OBeetw doors east nftheaoaUieast corner of iteaqaare yolo lf TK JOHN T KWMP SUKUEON DENTIST All work naarante First Caakrya mt aouth side DR H MSTONE PIISlClANAXOS I -Satisfaction Guaranteed t Jatulsona lnuz store W L GRIGGS KIRKSVILLE MO Clan Ollce ore SURGEOX KIRKSVILLE MO Offlce with C Thatcher soutisldr Square Calls protuply attended to at all hoars InuSI lt JI L STRICKLAND raYSKIJUUNOjURGEOII OrriCE Over LauiklnV Mors Can be ounU there nlWitor iliv QliASE FUSSELMAX PAPEK HANGING GRAINING SIGN WRITING dc teave orders al I iml pARKS ALAN PES PRACTIOVL PLASTERERS Talr onlprn tor larro or f in a 11 contracts author uilcc I Int csbm work FaanuUid Leaie or rial IhUofflct 2- JOHN Y JOHNSTON ATT ORNEY AT LAW AD NOTA RY PUBLIC KIRKSVILLE Mo Office o erKirksrillc sailuits Uaiia second dour no-9-U -A tt jmey ax Xaw Kirksville mUmiiiH OFFICE Over Solkejs btore bouth Side ol Siniare SMlfft THOMSO...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 May 1883

i - Df p ID s 1 Original Story THE HIRED GIRL ByMJEOT AUTHOR OF PRESTON FLAT OR THE FORTUNES OF BROWSFIELD V MYSTERV WALTER CHAPTER XXn THE TRIAL Monday came and it was a busy davat Newton Squire Bluffers was busy He sat inhLseJsychair at bis table his tlasscs mounted on his nose and his pen went scratch scratch over some legal looking documents before him The sun was shining brightly and the day promised to be warm The sheriff was busy returning his subpeenaes which were many Helens lawyer had subpeenaed a host of wit nesses to support her good character hile mother Tartrum and Grundy were on the side ot Arnold ready to swear they had never thought her as good as she ought to be The hairy mole on mother Tartrums chin seemed to tremble with indigna tion when she saw so many who had alters thought her a nice gal Judge Arnold was busy his short roan whiskers elevated to an almost horizontal position he dodged about from the sheriff to the attorney for the sate Now he whispered some sa...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 May 1883

II J I fl I 1 i 3 TJ VEEKLTGBAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI Wi 3 OILL Editor The Dakota bubble begins to shows signs of a rapid collapse The colored people of all other ought to be the last to vote against the new school building It would be well to ronsidcr what Kirksvilles condition will be in if a school house is not buiit this year and vote accordingly If heavy tax payers who havent a child in the world to educate are will ing to tax themselves lor a public school building we do not see why men of moderate means and big fami lies should vote against it Wc had no idea Kirksvile contain ed so much forensic ability until we attended the school meeting Monday night Rcccipe for making a rip roaring speech Shut 3 our eyes and go at it like a thrashing machine The colossal lying about the great advantages of Dakota is just beginning to be exposed Farmers who have gone there begin to send letters back telling the truth about the country and disabusing the public mind of the im pression tnat ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 May 1883

I V 4 C WEEKLYGBAPHTC KiBVWVlLLK MISSOURI Cr 3 xxX Editor FRIDAY MAY 25th 1683 H St L r Railway Ko - r - So JCanivw Xo it Ko S No No M uoimiliaitTii norao SOCTU f M P Railway Ml KAtfT SoztavwiS V4 U TEE 44 a m 4ss p m I pui Ji a in D4o p m low noixo wihjt No 1 Arri5r M Mi Leaves No 3 S Wabash Dining Hall XTear Q -IF X Depot rrlTlnc or detiarllnir on O M A IP Branch will alwalllllil WAUMMEALrvadr al train tine A ctiolce tock or CIpir and Tobacco alwanonhanil AlKihotcoffceawdliinch JOE H NICHOLS ITopr S9Alio attnl for Kye Crrtrk Coal BOOKS A2TD MEALS AT New Baden Springs The undersigned lias two pciod rooms to lrt to boardec and is oreparcd to furnish meals at all times t victors to the Springs 23c Board with room fcl50 and S40 E L LOSO n2 2m pASTUKAGE 160 acres nice blue press pasturairc tnilcs north or town Stock taken and pastured by the month Ap ply to Grant Crcbbsit Parcels House 5 f f I mile weal or La 11 ata 30 uudcr fence eool new home 14X36 one and a half stories about r sere...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 25 May 1883

I z - Ifc I n a J j - Se v jr v v 4 Theo Moyer J M Howk C W Gordon FlXAKCIIL STATEMENT ftfceAiair CMity MissmH for Tear EiIi April Mtk 1885 State of Missouri Couktt or Adair CTRice MGWDeaton J B Marquess Noah Gross SR Bates L J Smith Jacob Sevitt C W Gordon I ss May reoular term 1883111 the Coun ty court of said county on the 10th day of May 1S53 tne following among other proceedings were had to wit Ordered by the court that S S Mc Laughlin clerk ol the county court pioceed forthwith to make out the financial statement of Adair county Missouri for the year ending April 30 18S3 as required by sections 5389-90-91 Revised Statutes ot Missouri lS79and that he cause said statement to be pub lished in tb Kirksville Journal Kirks rille Democrat and Weekly Graphic each of said papers to receive 20 for publishing tin same And in compliance with said order of court the following statement has been prepared by said clerk to wit COXTIXGEST FCKD John Ely wol f scalp prem John Clark 8 A P Willard...

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