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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 6 July 1883

j4 - - r liATii w - - - yi - 150 Per Annum Stage Struck OR THE Mystesiotjs Acthsgs AUTHOR Or WALTER ilRoWNKIlXD the niRrn riri the teachers MISTAKE ETC ETC E1C CHAPTER VII A STRANGE AUDIENCE Ianglon is a village of about twenty live hundred inhabitants yet like most Western towns claims to have five thousand Its inhabitants invariably declare it the best business point in that portion of the State We found the walls and high fences posted with our announcements Great flaring streamers pasted on the walls of old buildings that could be read half a mile heralded the coming of the great Sevinour Star Combination Many of our stage names were post ed on lesser strips and the names of our most important plays were on the great show bills Dinner was over and George Wain w right Home Mitchell Miller and mj self were in the gentlemens sitting room talking of the glories of amateurism when the head of the manager was thrust in and he said Come come boys no time or loaf ing now That scenery mu...

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 July 1883

I II gf KIRKSVILLE MISSOUKL T E SUBLETTE Prilisher and Proprietor W M GILL Editor Friday Tilly eUa 1SS3 EDITORIAL NOTES A mormon elder interviewed by the New York World starts out with the statement We are all democrats The amount of Democratic timber available for the presidency is becoming troublesomly numerous In this particular line there is always danger of having to much of a good thing Gen Joe Shelby in a recent in terview expressed his enthusiastic pref erence for Tilden for President and thinks that Gen Marmadukc is the man for Governor He thinis the contest lies betweenPhclps and llannaJuke The New Yotk World of the 22nd makes the startling announce mentsthatiheVar is over What a pity the World has not a larger cir culation in Louisiana Arkansas and some portions of Kentucky and Mis souri The great northwest is getting up a reputation for torrid as well as arctic waves and on Sunday last led the list with a record of 104 in the shade at Ft Buford Buford is 2 1 9 miles near...

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 July 1883

G Tull imuel lieed J T Morgan P It Crow J Newton ti Kimball E Wimber SMLmk H Suidrr i a - 700 Linen Pants 75 Marseilles Vest 50 u a a Over alls Over shirts Suspenders GOIKG SOUTH GOING SOUTH Q 31 P Railway tC EA T No4 I2i5 -- I 3KSVSZ - xpbbbbbbB DSfw 40 25 25 600 p m 4ju rn 4 p m 917a m luU p m 10 to No 1 Arr7l5I No I Leasts 735 No 3 125 7011 1 JK Chai 3acixs of choice laud at the J bridge at sloaab Point or Itiie bakers mlU six In 4 lots bont Kndnjr two Lmi t to barn aad a tjtlfixlM point for acoun Iry store crhihjslclau WlllbehoUi cr clitap itMouts tirim Aiplyat this o CI e A DEMK1BLE RES1DENCE CHEAP 4 IIOUsEOFlKOOMb One ftory poml cellar ami cistern tour lots enclosed roM vnni fciird and chicken houe rolling ground M buMol Itachtrteg 4 Ntariupcraptr lincaml small fruft jfariiu fonrt litiie tree ttc live MotLE li ofNjuare lrltc m 1 2 down balance niu Uttlrabielocauou Ajiply attms J5c no l3tf Wanted to exchange a liand ome and f icclent Oran Will UVe pool cow in parr piTiuent 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. — 6 July 1883

- 111 I H FATE AT SHILOn Concluded from lit page terruined to rido over and break through but they were repulsed The wave receded to come again and again and it seemed as if every man in grey lnd become a devil Here and there the heads of charging columns broke lirouh the federal lines but only to be cut on and made prisoners The federal artillery mowed down the at tacking Hnc by scores and hundreds nud yet as at Stone river the wae re ceded but to gather greater power and came again There was not a federal battery on that front which was nbt taken and re taken from one to three times In thirty minutes from the advance not a field piece could be moved for the want of horses There were hand to hand grapples all along the front and the bavonct was used as often as the bullet Itwassuch a resistance as Thomas nude at Chickamagua as Rousseau made at Stone river as rallied divis ions made at Fair Oaks Hut it was only a check At noon the federal army had been rolled back at every point and...

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 July 1883

T cd 150 Per Ann am WEE TI12 Orph ui Boy Stay hJv r formcrcy Mike nl Ihmi n liclplc s in ilians taic All Miro wyltwik im iliy wake TI ui thit imiki my chit k copal Vet 1 a once n mother- pride And my lini e TiitlierV Iicimj and Joy But In thi XI tprouil l7ht lie dleil And 1 net now tin orphan box Poor fooll lielIM how pleased xrns I V lien new nl Ne ons ictnry came Tkn w the lishtiil Indou Ilitmo To force inc hmnv my mother sought She could not Uurto hear my joy For i ith my fathi rs life twas iKHight And made mcapoor orphan boy The peoples shout wcrelonff Und loud My mother fdmddcrin closed her ears Itejoice rejoJc ttiUcriel the crowd My mother aiiswcied with her tearul 0 why do tear steal dow n j our cheek Cried I while others shout for joy She Wl sed me and In accents weafc bbe called mc her poororphan boy Wliat Is an orphan boy I aid When puddlr hepapod for breath jindhercyoCiOod lslirlc kcdforiild Hutnh her eye were closed in death My haravtiij ciiicc I win not toil llut now no...

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 July 1883

rSpi nothing good can come of Nazareth is an old one There may be a germ of life in the new movement that will yet upset the calculations of the Wisest and clear the way for apolitical earth quake in the near future One thing is sure neither the republican nor the democratic party can afford to stand still or to Jong rest their claims to favor on their past alone They must take up and face the issue of the present fairly and honestly or yield the whole field The republican party has al- Tennessee want no free trade plank forced upon them All these men and papers are insincere What they desire most is the success of party The welfare of the country is a seconda ry consideration and hence their trouble so early in the day as to the formation of a platform Mr Harrison let the party cat out of the political bag when he exclaimed When we win the Presidency we will have time to ook at a true reform in the policy of tariff but dont put a tree trade plank in the platform now The Brook field...

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 July 1883

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KiUhSVILLE MISSOURI T 0 SUSLETTE Mi and Proprlstor W M GILL Editor tc y VLiy X3t2u 1SS3 W St L a r Railway LOIN ill TU No3 - - - 6Vp m No- - - - 4Ua in S sr arrives - - -Sp m ri 1 m lOlXJ OITTH No J Sir in Nob - itttn p ta N 94 ft - - - - 10 us No U Ft - - - - - Q 31 P Hallway lillA T ColNOWUST Nor Lrcs9i No i Arrrtiir si No4 J s No 1 LeavisSj of choice land at the FOR at Moans Point or renebakers mill fix lallt wi slot town Iniiots board rtnclnsr two lmo to barns anil a lemlM point lor aroun try tonoraphjlclan WIIIbeMiId verj iheap wtflnw term Apply at tlilsonlc A DEMRABLS KESIDEaCC CHEAP cellar U and cistern lour lots enclol pood too1 f Ii 1 ami chlckm houc rolling ground 0 budded peach trees Wlearlnpcrajtf vlurtand small fruit if varlnu kinds forest hadu tr cs etc live Moris est orsonare Price n 1- down balance ontliLc A vcrydesirablciocallon Apply at tLIs no 49tf WANTED TO EXCHANGE A iand omc and f jcileut Or an Will lake a eood cow In part pav meat and give time ...

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 July 1883

ii H n ilr HOKE CIRCLE Fashion Notes The new style of fan is shield shape Surplice waists are extremely stylish again Chenille fringe is on drcssv toilets extensively used Tarn O Shanter hats of soft silk are worn for travelling The latest lace pins arc in designs of the Brooklyn bridge Mits without the half fingers arc the most popular for summer wear Velvet trimming predominates on summer dresses wraps and bonnets 351ack Spanish lace scarfs are worn over organdies and lawn black silks and sateen dresses White dresses are brightened by Newport sashes tied in large bows at the left side Apple green is one of the most pop ular colors Vests of embroider arc worn in the front of wash dresses Butterflies of silver and gold are used to fasten the collar Shirred lace and crape capotes are worn by young ladies Vn - wiuavagantly used on bonnets and hats of every description White dresses are made with full plain skirts and little old fashioned pointed waists Sleeves slashed in diamonds each...

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 July 1883

- T - v - SS - - y - - 150 Per Annum Stage Struck OR THE Mystehious Acteess 3y T- S3cy AUTHOR OF WALTER BRoWNFIELP THE HIRED GIKI THE TEACHERS MISTAKE ETC ETC ETC CHAPTER XI SEYMOURS PLAN DEVELOPING We completed our engagement at Milan and then went to Uuionville m in the same Stale wheie we remained three days irom there we went to UlOOmnciU luwa uicu iu Red Oak DesMche and numerous other towns which I cannot remember Two or three of our company had become dissatisfied and withdrawn from the combination thereby sacrifi cing all they had invested Their places was promptly filled by profes sionals with whom Sejmour was ac quainted This gave strength to the company but at the same time was giving Seymour a decided advantage over us I le now controled nearly votes enough to have voted all the charter members out The manager formerly so pleasant and affable became a tyrant His words were harsh and he and Home on several occasions almost came to blows His display of temper was never in 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. — 20 July 1883

mm WEEKLYGKAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T I SWLETTE MRshir Mi Proprietor W M GILL Editor Ftiday T ttly aotla 1883 It is rumored that cholera has reached London If such should be the case this country will probably be reached before cold weather A strict quarantine ought to be established at once So far the authorities in St Louis have failed to even attempt to enforce the Sunday features of the new Downing law which went intc opera tion on the first of July The obser vance of the Sabbath is so novel and foreign to the thoughts habits -and customs of the St Louis man that he requires time to post himself before at tempting it -Mormon missionaries are caus ing lots of trouble in some of the rural regions of the south and in some dis tricts a shot gun quarantine has been established while in others threats of lynching have been quite freely in dulged in The south always was a little off on toleration Let them come to Kirksville if thy wish a respectful hearing and a successful harvest Fie...

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 July 1883

WEEKLY Gil APHIC KiKKSVILLE MISSOURI T E SUBLETTE Pillislier aid Prefer W M GILL Editor Srtaay T aly 20ti 18S3 NO t No yrf Wt St L a r Railway Xoa - No r No -arrive It OOlKtlaiKTII OIt StTH Q 11 t P Railway J cA T Nol IeT i App6intHeBts errop m U m 2S o ni pm 91 a m laW p in was IJUNO WlT So l ArrJasr x u 1 Leaves 733 No 3 iS5 Oirap 3acnrofclmlM land alUlc JT10HSAIK Moanl Point or rttithaktrrs mill f lx mllta tol umo lul2uL iNiarJ Icndiiff Iwo rioar t o bam and fplenilld point for aconn tr tirr oratiliilclau Wlllbtmlil vt clmp ij1 on - terrn Apply t ttilsolMe rEisIRlRLE RESIDENCE CHEAP IIOLsEnr4R0OM One sttirj jrroJ cellar and cittern or lot eoclowM sruod mooJ iri ami Oilckt n houkf rutting prountl 40 jMachlmrs if 1trrlDC crape tart and small fruit Marions Mnd torvl shale irrr etc five Mk1 wtst itUiuxre FrlieM 1 t 1uu balance on Uae A trj lelraMcIocaiioii ApiUy attMs WANTED- TO EXCHAXGE A hamUomaand fxcoent Orirau Will taVr aKotJcoirinpartpaiintntanO pive time on I al ancy Apply at ...

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 July 1883

11 r S 8AVAGE UTOIANB OhaiKteriitir of the Bloodthirsty Apache An artist no doubt would object to many of tho Apaches as undersized but In all other respects they would satisfy any requirement of anatomical criticism Their chests were broad deep and full shoulders perfectly straight limbs well proportioned straight and muscular without a suggestion of unduchcavincss Hands and feet are small and taper but wiry Heads are welt shaped and their countenances often lit up with a pleas ant good natured expression which would be more constant perhaps were it not for the savage untamed vast arted by the loose disheveled gypsy ocks of raven black held away front the face by a broad flat band of scarlet cloth Their eves are bright clear and bold and if a little experience enables one to judge accurately are frequently expressive of the greatest good Itunior and satisfaction Uniforms arc issued to them but donned upon ceremonious occasions only On the march each wore a loosely fitting shirt of ...

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 July 1883

wfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmifmm m P iFrwFFxr f 1 sff i isE Eiyp Stage Struck x OR THE Mysterious Acteess By IfcC T AUTHOR OF WALTER IIRoWNHI111 THE HIRED GIRL THE TEACIIl Ks MISTAKE ETC ETC ETC CHAPTER XIII We found Nellies room warm and a lamp burning She removed her wraps and I insistecipn her sitting in a chair while 1 removedjer arctic over shoes When this wasdsI looked up to find her face buried in her hands and she sobbing bitterly Unbidden I- removed my hat and overcoat and too a seat by her side Nellie said I with a familiarity I would not have dared to assume if her distress had not warranted it remem ber that on one occasion nay on two once at Hampstcad Illinois and once at Kirksville Mo ou promised me that it ever you needed a mend you would rely on me The time has surely come now Oh Mr Thornbug she sobbed through her tears you have been so very kind to me and I have against my inclinations beIHe me been dis tant and cold to you It was for the best that I should be so You cannot hel...

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 July 1883

it If ill I ft H f If i - mmsmift Sff lt weekTgraphic KIUK9VIUK M1880UKI T E SWIiTTE PiMslw mi Preprietar W M GILL Editor tidLasr TMly fit 1683 IT St L r Railway NoS - No 7 antra No Xo J No rt Me a Ft GOIXOKOBT1I flOLNO SOUTH 6 Jo a m ap m 4tS d m p in 9r tn 10B fM A P Railway KIRKSVILLE AKD QUIXCW tlolttO AT C01KO WKST rreM AtTtT dtini I Arrived 16prn S 00pm KIRKSVILLE ASP TREKTON r p m I Leave 600 p in Our choice for Republican candidate for Prer lent JAMES a BLAINE or Maine Ot course subject to the approval ot the people tn fair and nonest convention How do you like EDITORIAL NOTES Cholera is said to have doubtedlv broken out in London Sanitary measures are tin- being adopted in all leading cities The Koran we believe it is says cleanliness is next to godliness and it would be well for everybody to strive for a little of that grace about now The people of Ohio are in the midst of a red hot political campaign Just think of it with the thermometer standing as it Goes and a cyclone ...

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 July 1883

g is SftT 1 1 - t wmwm 11W J UUuAi1 lif o W v w IlOlTaEfiriKOOMS One ftory pirtl iillar and clstini torn- low oiclost i ool HiHil tshtl alil lliiilin ImiKi nilliuir iTiinil 41 hUlilcJ lieaili 411 lncsalnl stuU fruit oriarloiis kUds foixft aild Urt itc flic lilwkt olmu ire Prlii MM 1 2 lon Kilinic outiuf Altri disiralilclouiUou Appll atllils fflc iio enf ANTED TO EXCHAXGE A liandMinie and fMelk nt Jrtfni ill talc a Kood cowlu part pa unit and pile llum on Inland AppU ThcrtitneuVcr or Sloans Point ITlOUTItADE mill ill taki lo pn pcrt orstocklnpaimeiit aud pile tlnie on -at TllrO MUl LII RET Tank Oulnn lias sit MMii n ft rooms for not loi Jx uiontlis or oui jiar to rood retJioilElblu 1 artlis Try the new process cracteis made by John Westell Co Quincy They are forsdle at Hopes Grocery store m Use Dupont Sea Shooting powder it is the best I2tf 50000000 To loan at 0 interet in suuia from 30000 to 1000000 HOLLISTER McCALL Office in rear of Griggs Tickler For Reapers Carothers it Greene wi...

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 July 1883

I a I- 1- MssssssBssssaHissssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssi W3S5 ti UXEEASTWOZIS Mr J RMusicks new book now in press by Lothrop Co Boston will be issued we presume in time for the fall trade Mastery is the rather peculiar title of a novel young peoples weekly magazine recently started xn New York It is handsomely printed and profusely illustrated and makes a special feature in instructions in various arts games and exercises peculiarly attractive to the you It tells them how to do many things and mixes information with amusement in a way that must commend it to parents as well as chil dren The numbers before us offers a prize of 15000 lot a Pen and Ink Drawing of Original Illustrations of the International S S Lessons open to all persons under 21 years of age We recommend our young friends to write for sample copies enclosing 7c to Mastery 842 New York St Nicholas J or August August is the great holiday month and the Au gust St Nicholas is essentially a holi...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 3 August 1883

-- - - iy a -is flWlr mm mini JiJ i i t - - - - 5s5 S150 Per Annum THE PRESIDENTS The American presidential lino Began in seventeen cightv nine Bfr Washington the list was begun Who served two terms then Adams one Jefferson Madison Monroe Sat for txvo terms each and so Adams came for one While Jackbon through two terms did run Harrison died and lett four yearn For Tyler one tern appears Jien Taylor died and left three years For Fillmore one- term next for Pierce And lor Buchanan Lincoln then W as shot as his second term began And Johnson sat cntil came Grant For two terms Hayts iorone Four iionths for Garfield killei and scant who was Stage Struck OR THE - Mysterious Actbess AUTHOR OK WALTER HRuWNFIELD THE HIRKD G1RI 1HE TEACHERS MISTAKE ETC ETC ETC CHAFrKR XV THE BURNING THEATRE We had been well advertised in Den- ver our other performances had been approved by the public and on this par ticular night the theatre was crowded Crowded hardly expresses our meaning it was packfd and ja...

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 August 1883

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRK8VILLE MISSOURI T E SWUTTE MRslv Md Praetor W M GILL Editor W St L r Railway QIr Q3OltTII JoS cmp m Jio S7arrltc - - is pm Jiozi j pm noixo SOUTU Ko 3 im KnH M UIOJ p a Ft - t J M P Hallway KlltKSVILIn AK1 QUIXCT uioxAst going vxst 1aai Jlsa ml ArrUcs ticpm Vrcghl p m 1 S0nm KIUKSVIIXE AXD TKESTON Arrives fito p m Leaves 60 p tn Our choice for Republican candidate for FrcslIent JAUES of Maine I air ana noucst convention IdmT i Ol course inhjcct to tlic approval oi die people lu EDITORIAL OTES The late rain assures the corn ctod In this section if Jack Frost does not catch it In answer to the numerous enqui ries as to the heroine of our con tinued story we can only answer We do not know Dorsey has been interviewed and emphatically denies most of the statements made in the New York Sun recently attributed to him Chicago is talking of celebrating its fiftieth birthday which occurs- on the i oth of August The latest thing out is a one wheeled buggy It cant upset unles...

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 August 1883

u I as t SI 4- I W 14 WEEKLY GK APHTC KiBKSVJLLE MISSOURI 7 E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor W M GILL Editor 3rdlSS3 3 or choice Uml at the acre ini SALE Clicp J 7 Iolnt or rraelnAer millrtx iuinSitortown Jmiot oard fenclwr two XltoDrn an arlen IW point for sul on casytinui Aiplyt lUlsoffile A DEMRiBLE RES1DEXCE CHEAPi One slory pood cUlr AHOUsEOF4ltOOMS wooJ 3iici aul chicken hou c rolllnc irrooud to bilJl ldrtrccJrtarliifmipc lucsanJ suull rrult i7rtoS kinds forest taje BSSaJES JSS a iwlrjaUO TO STAR EXCHASGE A IMTwliime and fxcellcnt Ortin Will taVeaK0Olcowlnrartinentanaplve time on lialalice APlilt t tills uffli C nDnii IDE The rcciiehaVir or Sloms Point lTitcii id L rist mill V I tat wwi pro-S- or tocL in larntent ud flfig grfPcg Mlic KENT frank Gnlnn lias ix Mxttcn feet 1 roomsforrintror six months or one jcar to Kood rctponsllile nrtlvs Cash SubscrIpUs Received since last announcement up to Saturday July 28th rn T T Reicer Sally J Byrd J J Glark John W Gill Masgie Paje A L...

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 August 1883

II n Struck Continued from first iagc tally exclaimed He is not her brother after all Thatns only another specimen of vour cruelty said the stranger You are both cruel and ungrateful This is a feeling you have cultivated of late years when a ptattline child on my knee you used to put your chubby arms around my neck and tell me how much you loved your uncle Uncle thought I Oh yes I have it this time sure be is her uncle and began to look carefully at them to see tf could discover any family re semblance but the next sentence ut tered by Nellie proved that I wasin error It was jou that taught my infant lips to utter the lie It was you who ingratiated yourself in my childish affections by claiming to be a relative of mine and far better would it have been for me if I had chojen the cobra for a playmate Mv childish heart even then told me how base ou were Base as 1 was jour mother he began Hush cried the proud cirl start- ing to her feet and extending her hand toward him Do not defame h...

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