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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 1 June 1883

if h 8 M Wrttasa far tha Graphic SPRING HOUSE CLEANING rr5 BY B P The Ur fbrdeung boose hare com That wm bit mm a year Witt aaaalUag babes and naked walla And wife apou bar ar la Tala I icck a qalet place To take bit sooaday snooia Besides I have a Gsuraic saw Aad would like to read the news Hat alit bo place to rut li found Within the b cua todajr And then wife says Ill baye to help Ifiamln Aadaxtne lithe place of my noonday nip That to me wa mch a boon Aad baa given place to the whitewash pot Aad to the broth and broom The Terr bonat seems npdde down From arret to the loor Aad all tspredeas contents Aiatcurted oat ofdaart Aa4taTtaiebipndpUf tbef lie Upa the doorrard ffran Antapdia4aa aad da I ayigr All heaped spoaacot la the cberlabed album aad the looking Ian Which art ror tie time forgot Some Weekly Graphic dilapidate Ai with Hidden Impolae to be free Cast It by the winds and tall awajr Into the outstretched branches of an apple tree The dog with lazy Indolence asleep Cloee by t...

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 June 1883

I i 1 lit Mr H hi f WEEKLYGRAPHIC I ILEUKMIM I Creeittp CttlerlBfS I KtnulKftes There are 27 volumes in all and here Adair County Circuit Court AWTIII TOMB j KIKK8VULE MISSOURI W 1 OrXXiX Editor Friday T vaaie Ojrt 18S3 EBITORUL BRIEFS The Czar of Russia was crowned Sunday without accident or explo sion A lively interest was worked up over our new fchool house proposition We congratulate our neighbor of the Democrat on its excellent news paper work last week We publish in this issue what the Chunk and Home says on the political situation Using the language of the stock speculators we should say it was a blind Straddle The Post Dispatch characterizes the Prohibition question in Missouri as a last year s birds nest We are not so sure about it though the half-failure in Iowa and the republican losses in Indiana and Ohio m some heavy whiskey districts do cast a slight gloom over the cause One thing is quite sure and that is if tfere is to be any thing like a Democratic boom next year th...

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 June 1883

uft J I S i WEEKLY GRAPHIC KtBKBVlLLE MISSOURI r Tb 3 ZXiXi Editor rrldLa y Ttuae lat XSB3 So- M8 No So St W St L r Railway NOS - - oi So 7 arrives 3o Ft - OOlKQHOHTIt OOUIO SOUTH Q H F Railway uvlMIZAST KoS LtaresSnS No I2U TS2S it SrOtip tn m 4B D m J pm 9IT m Ut p ru 10 OS OOUIO WIST No I Arri5r u o I Leaves3S VO 3 45 Wabash Dining Hall IS SITUATED iTear Q P 33epot renont arrlTlnK or denartlnr onO SI 4 P krsncb will always and a WARM1MEAL ready at train Unie a choice stock of CffMi and Tobacco always on band Also hoi coffee and lunch JOE II J ICIIOL8 tTopr a Also actnt for B c Creik Coal BOOKS A1TD HEALS AT New Baden Springs The undersigned has two Rood rooas to let to boarders and isureparcd to furnish meals at all times t visitors to the Springs Meal 25c Board with room S3 SO and 40 E L LOSO s2 2m - ACRES TImber Farm In Macon county d Mil mil west of La Plata SO nnder fence cool ntw house I1X2S one and a half stories about Sr acre broke road log table Price S7 w III take nart U...

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 June 1883

il l h E 1 - - 5 i I - mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i a norsmoviLOASDB GOBEN MORROW PHYSICIANS AND HURGEON8 XIKK8TIUJE HBaODR ITTIIl tuwtr calls at all boars Mettn door can of the roaUicatt comer of tbe Mian oMVU DUJOHNT KEttl SUKUEON DENTIST All work durante Flm Caakeya store aonthaldc HENRY FELKER Successor to Thos JItHEV J VTEW BADEsT XlMM KIRKSVILLE MO Class OBee orer DR H MSTONE PHSIClAN AND SURGEON KIRKSVILLE MO OeScc Willi J C TUatcher souhalde Bqnare Calls promplr attended to at atl hoar Inoil lT H L STRICKLAND TTOCBOPAa Hin PNYSKUyNDSiHIGEOII Omci Orer Lamkins store Can be ound there nlpht or dar QHASE FUSSELMAN PAPER HANGING GRAINING SIGN WRITING Ac JJnaranteatl U Jamison Drue tore Leave orders at not pARKS LANDE3 PRACTICAL PLASTERERS Take orders Tor large or small contracts on alio otlce First class work cnaranlted Letre n era at this office j JOHN W JOHNSTON ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTA RY PUBLIC KlRKSVILLE Mo Office over Kirksville SaTins llanV second door w L GRIGGS Vtoxjxey ox Ija w K...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 8 June 1883

II i -- - m M I J1 JT I I r wm 1 vm I J - lMf - - WW mBB VlI JL WL JLJL JL 1 - p -jag T8H R - J - X - - i i 160 Per Annum ICRBETTE OX SOLDIERS Why It Is Tlit rrirate Raikaille Is Uicmm Tire lan li Fir TKOffieifi httfiffiMi Kw i gntefil SffMMitlistriMts itt Faws ti THm WkFwctt From the PlitltOcIpbUTtmcf r Somehow Private Rankanfile always wore the expression of a lonesome man three years in four There is a wandering rolofhis eyes a searching glance as of a man seeking for some thing he hasnt exactly lost and never expect tns find He fought into the war and often I have listened to his well worn old army stones merely as an act of Christian charity to Rank anfile It seemed to do him good He would come out of a two hours1 tiionologuebouffieidswiierelielui3 fought and bled and run and entrench and marched by various flanks and ad vanced himself on the right and held the centre with his left a little refreshed and did various other things extremely puzzling to a civilian a brighter and a...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 8 June 1883

1 H 5vSy WS WTEEKLYGBAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI Wi aZLIi Editor FritAay Tvua Bth 1SG3 EDITORIAL BRIEFS On our inside pages will be found the particulars of the Brooklyn bridge stampede by which so many lives were lost and so mony people injured The whole thing seems to have been the re suit of a foolish panic The Illinois nutria and the stnk ing miners at Belleville came into col lision on the 28th ult and one man was killed and others wounded in the affray Full particulars will be found in another place in this issue County Court has been in session this week We will give the proceed ings in our next The railroad surveyors reached Milan Monday on their way back to Mt Pleasant from Chillicothe We do not think it at all probable that Milan mil do much to secure the road but nevertheless our citizens should not allow their interest in that direction to die out No more Sunday railroad riding the the trains having been taken off last Sunday The consequent necessity of going to the post o...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 8 June 1883

l 1 If r wrr v3F i I ii i iii I- ii i - MM - - - - - - ---- i II I 1 1 1 I 1 WEEKLY 6HIC TOTxCii KillKSVlLLp MISSOURI OZXjZJi Baiter Fxicia3r T uja etji less IT St L r Railway KoJ Xo r No T arrive Xu II So I So It ft - uoixo irarrH noixo aocru f F Railway XoS Learning stoop m 4u m 4S8 vm 2 pm i a ib iuw p m WW 2 ooixo BJ So 1 Arr7l5r M So I Leaves 73s So S 1Z4S Wabash Dinine Hall -IS 2Tear Q P Depot Tenooi arriving or departing on O SI A P brsocb will always find a WARMIMEALrcadr t mln time a choice stock or Cigar and Tobacco lwarsonhsnil Alvobnl coffee and Inncfa JOE 1 NICHOLS Prorr 43 Also arent for Rye Creek Coat BOOKS AtfD 1CEALS J AT New Badep Springs Theundcrsiimcdhss two eood rooa to let to boarders and is rjrepared to furnbh meals at all times t viMtors to the Sprinjrs Meal n2 2m JV Board with room 350 and S400 E L LOSO SALE Clicsn 3 acres of choice land at the FOK at Moans Point or IfnelnVen mill sis tulles westof town In 4 lots board fenclnp two houses two barns and a sple...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 8 June 1883

i i i if i ilVatjesEv - V f - PSpfWl saMssssaaa In mcdlai fis Keokuk Iowa May 3oth iSS3 Dear Graphic According to promise I write you not solely that the pledge may be redeemed but that I may converse through the medium oi pen and printers ink with your numer ous readers whom I still remember with pleasure The miserable weather still continues and has the effect of bringing out in bold relief the most disagreeable traits in a persons charac ter Everyone is mad at the weather especially this morning the anathemas are both loud and deep for it is Dec oration day The graves of those brave boys who took up arms in the defense of their countrys honor and who laid them down again only at the summons to the Great white throne are to be decorated with matures choicest treas ures bright beautiful flowers How eminently fitting that our nations dead should thus be remembered by those they died to save Gen W W Bel knap delivers the Oration of the day an intellectual treat which press of work de...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 15 June 1883

If Jjj jVV -- SpiEs7ttH f - 150 PerAnaum r f r a Stage Struck OR THE 1C7STEBI0US ACTEESS 23y T BV THE AUTHOR OF WALTER BRoVJ FIELD THE HIRED GtRI THE TEACH ERS MISTAKE ETC E1C ETC CHAPTER I CHARLEY MITCHELL S PLAN One rainy day in the niontn of March a few j ears ago I sat in my room at my bearding house with two college chums George Wainright and Charley Mitchell It was during the vacation week and having no studies on our minds we permitted our conversation to wander on the general town gossip George Wainwright and myself were just completing the junior course while the rollicking funloving Charley Mitch el was only a sophomore HamsSead city was one of those rare Western educational towns twenty years ago In addition to Hamstead University of which we three were stu dents it also contained a boarding high and grammar school for both boys and girls with a normal depart ment for the education of those uho desired to make teaching a profession This school had given an entertain ment ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 15 June 1883

tg El h It I i j -- -aw tWik j WEEKLYGBAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI W O IXjXj Editor 7ridLa5r Tiaae XStK 1S33 EDITORIAL BRIEFS It is not necessary for a man to travel very far to make an ass of him self Not e en 150 miles It was a fne audience that assem bled at the Normal Wednesday night It is to bt regretted as much cannot be said of the address Wanted by both parties a good real live issue must be warranted not to kick buck or balk of sufficient - strength to carry the owner through the next campaign Apply at head quarters It would be well hereafter to give the politicians the go by and select literary or educational talent to deliver Commencement orations and Annual Addresses In connection with the school house question we commend the fol lowing remarks by the St Louis Re fublican It says The panic in a New York school from the buzzing of a dragon fly makes it tolerable plain that danger trom fright in a crowd may spring from very trifling causes or no cause at all It is not easy t...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 15 June 1883

WEEKLYGKAPHTC KiKWSVlLU MISSOURI S a C OIXjIi -Editor Friday T osie 15Qx 1683 W St 1 r Railway tntMisuirriL No a - - srjop m or - 4Sni V srarrlve - - 423 I ni No It - 2 pm OOIMJ SOCTH Xn S - Si a in No fc iur p tu i i - - - - was Ne E Ft - S Q 11 P Hallway MMitAT roiNO vtsst N5 Ievt9iS No 1 ArrTxisr s No 4 ISU Ko 1 LTitss No 3 12M TEE Wabash Dining Hall IS S1TCATEP ITear Q Sc 2 XJepot Perfon srrirlnp or cpartlnp on Q M A P branch will always BnI i WAILUIMEAI ready al tialn II nie A choice etodr Clears anil Tobacco alwaTsotihanil Also liol cofft e anl lnnclt JOE 11 MC1I0LS Propr J2 Alin arrnt for Rye Creek Coal BOOHS A2TD MEALS AT New Bader Springs Tlicundcislcned lias two food rooms to let Jo boarders and Itrcparcd to furnish meals at all times U visitors to the Springs Meal- iie Board with room 350 and 400 E L LOSO u2 2m ClKan J acres of choice land at the I bridge al MoanTs roint or renenakers nun six tulips west of town In 4 lots board fendnft two bouses t o barns anda splendid p...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 15 June 1883

MM I Vkit llrj at ntiRht WiSIKGmLETTEI From our Regular Correspondent Washington D C June 6 1883 There is a good deal of gosrip going round just now about gambling in Washington especially among army officers some of whom have lately been m financial embarrassments at tributed to that cause Undoubtedly some foundation exists for this talk as a certain form of gambling is carried 011 to considerable extent among the idle officers and their intimates here though but few of the former can very wellafford the luxury Poker is the game indulged in and it is generally regarded a mild form of speculative amusement but there are people who know it to be pretty lively and expen sive under certain circumstances So far as gambling houses proper are concerned we have none of them Here now except perhaps a few small poli cy shops among the colored people Our gambling dens were all closed more than a year ago and can be kept so as Ion as the police authorities do their duty iu enforcing the strict...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 June 1883

s - SI I- a WEKKLY 150 Per Annum Stage Struck OR THE 2C7STEI0T7S ACTBESS By 2v T Iio3r AUTHOR OF WALTER liKoVNFIELD THE HIRED GIRL THE TEACHERS MISTAKE ETC ETC ETC CHAPTER III NELLIE CORNELL I had entered into business as only a joung man almost wholly ignorant of the world can regardless of conse quences We were all infatuated with the affable Mr Seymour and had plunged headlong into an unknown sea at his bidding The selection of a band became im portant Several of our older members understood how to make trumpets bray Felix Miller the leader and his assistants in the orchestra made a re spectable band including both bass and tenor drummers Having been elected a business man ager it was my duty to attend to and complete these arrangements The first thing for me to do however was to get an honorable permission to leave college My heart beat rapidly when I approached the president and pre sented my scholarship for cancellation He heard me quietly and then look ing me so sternly in th...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 June 1883

mm Foolish The threat to cut off 100000 worth of taxable properly in order to get rid of 25 or 30 voters in the Kirksville school district One innocent little squib enti tled wanted an issue seems to have caused considerable remark We pub lish an anecdote in this issue that veiy Graphically describes the situation All the proceedings at the Nor mal on commencement week seem to have given general satisfaction except the Annual Address Of that the less said perhaps the better The readeis of the Graphic were served with the county financial statement a veiy important state pa per by the way seveial weeks since but the patrons of the official organ are still deprived of that rich litera gem and yet some people have been gulled into taking the organ in or der to keep posted This would prop erly come under the head of misplaced confidence With floods fires accidents cyclones and shipwrecks the first half of the year 18S3 seems to stand with out a parallel on the records No great war is no...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 June 1883

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KiUKSVJLLE MISSOURI W 3 IXjI Editor FridASr 7 asao 22d 1883 W St L r Railway GO1KO3I0BTI1 KoS - fKUp m No- 411 am So r arrive - 4 pm No l - - - - t pm QOIHU BOCTH No z tirm XoS io4i pm No Mil - - ID 05 No ---- I Q M A r Railway Ml r APT OolKQ WEST No I Leaves ti8 So J Arr7isr at No 4 124 No 1 LeaTes7lS Xo i KM THE Wabash Dining Hall iTear Q -IS SITCaTXD CvX Sc y 33epot Persons arriving or departing on Q M A P branch will alwru find a WAKMIMEAI at train time A choice stock ot Clfrar and Tobacco alwarsouhand Also hot coffee and lunch JOE II NICHOLS I ropr a Alo stent for Rye Creek Coal BOOKS AITD MEALS AT New Baden Springs The undersigned as two grood rooas to let to boarder and i prepared to furnish meals at all times tn visitors to the Sprints Meal- 85c Board vita room 350and f400 E L LOSO n2 2m Cbrar 3 acres of choice laail at the FORSALK Moans Point or renebakers mill six miles wesi ot town n41oU board rendunr two houses two bat a anil a splendid pulnt for acoan trj...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 22 June 1883

est HiSBLXtlW LETTER From our Rcpilar Correspondent Washington DG lunfc il 1SS3I The event at the capital during the liaSt week was the funeral ceremonies in honor of John Howard Payne who is after having been dead thirty on years at last laid in a final resting place under 5 Titling monument The exer cises ot the occasion were all agreeable 10 listetrto and appropriate with the exception of the hallelujah music at the end and the singing of Home Sweet Home to new fangled strains instead of the old familiar tune There were man interesting faces at the cemetery The semi- annual payment of inter- est on registered United States bonds which occurs in January and June is now being made While it is very difficult to obtain exact information as to the largest receivers of interest from this class of bonds yet like almost any thing else here it can be had if one wantsjit badly enough This year the lar gest single bondholder the treasury de partment knows is Mr Vanderbilt who will receive t...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 June 1883

yj S B a- - r Tj -- w n f i Stage Struck OR THE Mysterious Actress AU1H0K OF WALTER 1IEOWXFIELD THE HIRrD GIRI THE TEACHERS MISTAKE ETC ETC ETC CHAPTER V THE FIRST APPEARANCE It is but a step from all the noise bustle and confusion behind the scenes to the quiet beforej the curtain where we find the audience waitng in expec tation of the play We had gone through the constant drumming drumming m our rehearsal until every one was to use a theatri cal expression up n his part The scenery and stage property had arrived in due time all new and brilliant The eyes of the amateurs fairly danced with delight at the splendor of both Even the ambitious Home who sighed for a heavy part discovered untold beauties in the character of the landlord We had selected and partially pre pared seven new plays dramas trag edies farces and comedies designing to have them all completed before we started on the road Among them I now remember was Chimney Comer Old Honesty Speed the Plough The Irish Tiger East...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 29 June 1883

i iiii i WEEKLYGKAPHIC KTRKSVHXE MISSOURI T X 8XJBUCTTU FnUiiher W M GILL Editor fxldy 3taa s 29t3alSS3 TO THE PCBLH Having sold the Urii iiic office together with IUgooJwUl to MrThos E Sublette wy connccton In cTcry way ccates from tills date ThcGaarmc from Its Inception tj thpnenlhaa been solely mine In owner ship no other person having one dollar in vetcd in It How it has grown from an cx pcrlmcnt to a firm fixed successful ncnpa per with a large and cur Increasing sub acrlptlon advertising and job prlntlnc pat ronage all In the face of an opposition kcI dora equalled for its perlstent bitterness vknd rancor has been u surprise e en to 1U warmed friends The Ikavhics position In the public heart especially throughout the country It something to be proud of and I hope I n 111 be pardoned If I indulge In a lit tle gratification oter its uccesb as a nenspa pcr In passlnfrora my possession it goes Into the hands of those who have ample means at command to push it forward to blill fur ...

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 June 1883

4 Mg a t Calico a u CLOTHIXG branch will l wij nnu a liieuceBeits 450 600 700 LinenPants 75 Marseilles Vest 50 Over alls 40 Over shirts Suspenders 25 25 WEEKLY GRAPHIC KiRKSVILLE MISSOURI T S SUBLETTE Publisher W M GILL Editor OFxiciy T asie 3Stb 1B83 W St L a r Railway No J - - No- r No S7 arrives No II Not No S No W Ft Ne S Kt GOISGKOBT1I GOING SOUTH Q M F Railway uia eat No2 Ie9i3 No 4 1U eaop m 445 a in 4U p in 2 p 111 S17 m lo4o p 111 1UIH GOING No 1 Arr7l5r No 1 Lees73J No 3 1I TEE Wabash Dining Hall 2Tear -IS XJepct Pmnnt rrlTlne or denarilnp on Q M A T Mens Suits - 190 worthy it u A V WalMri MEAL read al train time A choice flock or lgars nu iodccu alwaTSunhalld Also lint coffe anil luncll JOK H NICHOLS 1ropr 4S Also agent for Bye Cries Coal B001CS AND HEALS AT New Baden Springs Theundcrsignedhas two pood rooms to let to boarders and isureparcd to furnish ii timj iyi vUTtira to the SnriiiLs nnd 4 VprK2V Board 350 400 E L LOSO SALE aires of choice land at the brldce atbloanf ...

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 June 1883

vxtesrsK aVpTfcfi in 5 HOME CIRCLE Fashions Dictations To be stylishly dressed for the street the simplest linen collars must be worn Scotch plaid twilled silk is again used in bias scarf for neck ties to brighten up dark dresses For stout figures the best corsets are short above to let the bust droop and are long on the hips The spoon shaped steels for the front of corsets are now made very broad below and arc liked for stout figures i j JSSvtS We have received a communication from 2 correspondent which is a little nam iu ucupucr uui wc give u ueiow and jf not correct our correspondent can let us know next week It is as follows Seeing a query as to how to make paper stick to a whitewashed wall I will give my plan Take half a gallon of wheat brand scald it well and Jet stand ttll cool Add enough water to wash the wall and strain Wash down the wall and let it dry Then apply the paper with raw paite I H A Query Will some one tell me if cherry seeds from the Richmond will produce the s...

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