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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 10 August 1883

S- sr T j rtiswWrasttimiiwrB3ssof 150 Per Annum Stage Struck OR THE Mystebious Actbess AUTHOR OF WALTER BRoWNKIELD THE IIIRKD GIRL THE THACHERS MIS1AKE ETC ETC ETC CHAPTER XIX STARTLING DEVELOPMENTS lam determined to fee the night side of Denver said Charley Mitchell the day after our visit to old Jack Cams What do youmean asked George Wainwright- I intend to spend one night among its dens and gambling hells It would be far better if you would spend the night in bed I am not going to feel the tigers pa- said Charley I am merely going as a spectator There are ights to be een and a great deal to be learned m this city characters to be studied and how can an artist better sltdy them than from nature I want ou and John Thornburg to ccme with me Alter considerable persuasion we consented to go Accordingly as soon as it was darV ne thiee armed our selves for the streets of Denver were never free from danger and the period of which I write they were at their worst The gambling dens were in...

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 August 1883

UVij srSs tx iiteS Vi WEEKLYGRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T E SNLETTE Mfel Hi Proprietor W M GILL Editor Frid w August 10th 18S3 EDITORIAL KOTOS The ravages of cholera is said to be abating somewhat in Egypt The inside pages of this issue will be found specially interesting Look them over Now if you have time call in and renew your Graphic subscription and bring along a friend or two The telegraphers strike still con tinucs and the order to quit work ex tends to the railroad operators So far but few have quit work So far this summer the necessi ty of seeking any kind of a resort to escape the heat has not been percepti ble in this latitude Indeed it has been almost too cool for comfort several times during the past ten days The signs of last years divsion and dissatisfaction in the ranks of the republican party all over the country have pretty nearly disappeared and if the meddlers and manipulators will keep their hands off and give the peo ple a chance the old party will wake up in 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. — 10 August 1883

WTEEKTY GRAPHIC KiUKSVlLtE MISSOURI T E SUBLETTE PablistKT irt Pnprietar W M GILL Editor Friday August xoth 18S3 W St L r Railway oS a 7 arrtTc No a Vo s 5 ft NS Ft noivosoirni noma oct Q 11 P Railway Solar Tip Shoes p m 42j v m pro JK ra 10 o K1KKSVILTE AND QUINCV wlAO AT G013G fflI IS a ro t Arrive T It p ni Frcrlit UJ ji m I I itrtptn ArrTf KinKSVILLE AXI TRESTOK Can p m 1 Li arcs p m acres of choice Inl attw hiiJf t Moans Point iir lintlukirn mill six njlli tof lown Inilotc Ixunl leudnr two lov two bams ami a fpltni1I1 point tor acotm trytirr orihyilclan W 111 ln sol rychcap an lnraj term Apply at UilsoQle A DEMRIBLE RESlDEAfC illElP HOlsEOF inoOMsOne cellar 4 and ciMtni lnr lots mclc d poo l 1m at4l rlilcLcn lnue rolllnjr proum 4 J lmi l prlli trr 41 l carius lues and mall trait tf -various Mml ron l balc trvc ilc lire llCk WMl lfMltiari I- I- 1rn Inline ontiat Atry tluflraMcIocaUoa Applr attliie iHc no otf WANI ED- TO EXCHANGE A haiidorac anil fsceCIent Onrun V ill taVearoodco...

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 August 1883

trm Lli r 9- i eassRssptcHBras4 rrijesJasfKJia3VSi tat cMm Life to Girls Tlo IU Monthly It is difficult to keep a healthy boy in the house He longs to Ret outside the wall into the air and light A boy whoTemains within doors during the day time in pleasant weather is thought to have defects in Ins organi zation some weak spot in his nature and the parents of such youth will naturally and properly feel some dis nuietudc concernimr the career rf such a youth will naturally and properly feel some disquietude concerning the career of such a child Win cirls the case is different They do not instinctively crave out door life but are glad to remain a good share of the day within their homes content if they can get out for an hour or two in the afternoon and in pleas ant weather with now and then a day at the woods to pic nic or a few days In the sea side in July or August to bathe and play in the sand on the beach It is true that now and then a girl acts like a boy and seeks every opportun...

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 August 1883

I 5 -S WEEKLY 150 Per Stage Struck OR THE Mysteeious Acteess AUTHOR OF WALTER IRoWNFIELD THE HIRED GIRL THE TEACHERS MISTAKE irrc ETC ETC CHAPTER XXL 10 NOT ASK ME TQ TELL I had cautioned my companion to say nothing of my adventure of the night before and the next morning at brealahst all appeared as calm as though nothing had Happened Nele came to the dining roo u tather later than usual and took a seat at my right She looked pale and seemed sad But lit le was said during the morning meal except rome droll ex pression from Charley Mitchell which even brought a smile to the sad face of Nellie When breakfast was over I offered my arm to Nellie to accom pany her to her room and she accept ed it You are pale this morning Miss Nellie are you not well I asked Well as usual she answered after a curious trance at me There is something of great mo ment wearing on your mind I said takinu a seat at her side on the sofa can you not be induced to tell me hat it is I am forced to make the same 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. — 17 August 1883

WEEEXY GHAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOUKI T E SUBLETTE Mfcker and Proprietor W M GILL Editor Fridvv August 17th 1S83 onr choice for Itcpnbllcan candidate for rrcsl nl JAMES GBLAINE or Maine Ol c ourw subject to the appro al ol Ibe people lu fair and noucst coin viuioi Itow do you like hlmr EDITORIAL NOTES The Fitzgcralds well known claim agents at Washington are re ported by the dispatches as in trouble with the authorities for tricky practices Scotland county is making hie pre paration lor its coming fair Adair county in the mean time shows no in terest life or ent rprie in that direction- What is the matter The result of the late elections in Utah show pretty conclusively that the Edmunds law does not cure poly gamy to any great extent The saints still hold the balance of power Rev J Waymanof Mexico Mo has favored us with a copy of a daily paper of that city containing a report of a sermon preached by him on the Liquor Qaestion from a text selected by the whiskey men j There are probably...

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 August 1883

STAR No 3 vo No 21 So 1 No it W St L a 1 Railway noiNi2tiiTt flOlNtl OLTH M Ft - Q M P Railway ji m CM p m 2 pm 917 in 1015 2 K1RKSVILI E ANTI QUINCV VV1NQ EAST GOING 1AKST 1us 715 a in I Arrives 710 pm irtplit C3i in I 2UDiu K1RKVILLE AND TRENTON Arrlien Cuo p m I Lnvis CmO p m SALE Chcan 3 acres of choice Imuil at the tirldfce st loau Point or rcnetitlera mill six milts wtst of towu Iu4lol6 boird rendu two Imusis tvo barns and a splendid point for acouu try store oraphyslclan V 111 bcsold ver cbeap and on easj terms Apply at Udsofflle A DEMRABLE RESIDENCE CHEAP One story food cillar AHOUfcEOFlROOMS enclosed good wood elied and culcVtn house rolling ground 40 budded peach trees 40 liearlujr grape vines and small fruit orAarlous kinds forist shade trers etc live Mockf west ofsauare Trice 800 1 2 down balance ontliLc A v trj desirable location Apply at tills omcu oo nu TUTANTED TO EXCHANGE A handsome and Ficelent Oriran v ill ttceaKOodcowlnpartpamentandsrlre time on uaiauce jippiTlni...

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 August 1883

5Ux tWW tBa flr T W gV Htrmcny of blor ia Hsncrilture Artistic arrangement in Mower gar dens is a thing vory easy to talk about but it is not quite so easy to put it into practice Anybody can point out the errors the want of taste the lariugdc fcctsinthc laying out of a parterre but it is quite another thing if ihcv are ask ed how it is to be remedied Everything seems so easy and so simple when von merely look on as a eritio prepared to find fault without having any share in the labor So many ililliculties lie in the way of harmonious colritgand arrange ment as applied to llowur gardening fur more than it would appear to a superficial observer Although there are flowers of every Inns and of all sizes yet they may not bloom at exactly thw same time or some may fade soonci than others or the form and size of one plant may not contrast favorably whirl Hie others Of lato years wc have made rapid progress in arti tio lloricutturc No longer do we submit to tee our gardens scattered over r...

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 August 1883

at r 150 Per Annum WEEKLY THE ROMANCE OF THE CAKPET ItakinFta icac In the warm aprinfraun hinili lllll aiulkil upon Hurling on Tlir atli of Jlxy ml llic day w filr And llic lirlKlit luolra danced In the balmy air And llic auullflit gleamed whtre tlierittlriliircze Klocd the rrajmnlbloomaonUicanplc tmi III Jxirllcn check villi a trallc spanned At he stood with carriage whip In hanl And he liuflieJ a lie doffed hit lbtall cuat au J the rclioln fold of the earpct smote And milled ai ahe leaned on her bin mop And aald the wonld tell him when to alop ilic pounded away till the dinner bell latehlra a Utile breMhlnc fpell Hot lie tlphed mben the kitchen clock trnck one And ahe t aid the carpet wasnt done Hut he lovlnxly pot In hit tppr t lict And pounded Hie mad till the clock struck six And she said In a dubious kind of war Tint she iiuessed he could finish It np next day Thro fell that dar aod the neztday too And fan from the dlrtless carpet flew AndshediiveltalookateTentlde And say Now ...

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 August 1883

I i E ov Aetv s ass c XA and the tariff are the hidden rocks that will stove a very big hole in the worm eaten hull of the old craft A destructive cyclone visited Minnesota on Tuesday night by which much damage was done to property and a number of lives lost The town of Rochester was wrecked twenty four persors killed and about iorty wounded A train was blown from the track at Zumbrota and a large Jiumbtr of passengers killed We will jgive furfher particulars next week It is but just to General Marma Luke f say tnat ne denies emphatical ly that he e1 ssd that he would not enforce the Sunday law if elected jv wte 1 craor CU e -- fcj v- coXv w cOt - pve A 1 a- c l o Avc it 1 wv V f S 1 Wr o 0J S3 SM 0 rtrhi ova i Nrvcrihiio 10 ii cvvvnfl VV AOSJ1 fetAoC rO VO nACJ uva I iv vo n ratd - W -CS icKSO - irs t fv v -- k -a Uo lb 1 i -v V ev 1 in ft tW -V C - imi m v WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T E SUBLETTE PAXsler aid Proprietor W M GILL Editor Fkiday August 24th 1883 our choice for ...

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 August 1883

Ml ii WEEKJAGBAPHIC KittKSVlLLE MISSOURI T E SUBLETTE Publisher lid Praprietcr W M GILL Editor Friday Aucusr 24th 1883 W Si L a P Railway i7atrlr Nil SI V V ri Kt - Si nniNOMUcTil noiMO HUTl Q M P Railway fla I m S 11 m J im Ua in 10 Hi KlllKSVIU K AND QUIXCT wiu kAm oonco wtn I- 7ISa ml Arriics Tl pm rnlit vp 111 I SnMpui K1KKSVILLE AXl TUEXTOX Arrlw iiftip 11 Leave Cmi p m iOISSAIK Cliai 3 acres of cliolcc land attlio I 1 lrlilff t loiin Ioint tr ruieliakers mill six mil 1 In I- lrI It miuir two Iimiim two lisrns ami a tplewIM plni for acoun Ir lrc oraplijolclan Will Ik siiM tryclieap u 1 uii ey urn Apply at Hilt omic A HE1KBLE RESIDENCE HEAP Onc story frond cellar VllOlsFnF4ll00MS enclosc1 frond ool linl ami clitcarn hniiv rrlllnfr trronnil lmlrl lrlilr Inarluft irrapc lines and small fruit if kltult fon M liale Xnr elc Ave 11m Ve win ofiuan Price sl 1 S down balance on llnv A MTJ ikMlatilc location Apply at tills iflcw no 9tf WAX ED TO lldr EXCHAXGE A a tT iMi ftpirin Will Ptlll...

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 August 1883

-- -- urww Haidsoaie Lace ES1ifsy - Vr -- Tki mtlicPiintr Very few ol ttao prcat mass of hu manity know who makes the beautiiul j udlic document with its wealth of sta ndi Few stop to think ihat hidden rtwny tiom the great work a day world wiili eyelids heavy and red and with liiiuer nails black with Antimony toil in u on at his case hour alter hour the Public Primer during the sequin of ConreSs is rcttinp up the thrilling haptens of the Cotiqrctsional JUcord ani between tunes yankintf the Wash ington prrss backward and forward with his suspenders hauling down as he prints tins beauitul seaside litnary 1 snnc c ire too nrone to read that which Livp us nleasure without thought of the labor necessary to its creation i e liile paily through the Congressional lirvnrd pleased with it more attractive textures viz its ayes and noes liitteckinir that Sterling P Rounds the Public Printer stands in the sub dued gaslight with his stick half full lrymg to decipher the manuscript of some reticen...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 August 1883

150 Per Annum AIM II OK OY WUTTR lRoWNHFID THE IIIKll flRI Till teachers MIS1AKK 171C K1C ETC CHAPTER XXIV AT THE FARM HOUSE 1 had no cause to regret quilting the stage as I had made up my mind to do so ilie first opportunity anyway but the wholesale plan of robbery adopted by Seymour I of course opposed I saw Nellie and informed her of what had taken place and asked her what she would do i She sat down an wrote a neat note o Mr Seymour informing him that he cancelled hei engagement in his company and rang the bell A waiter answered promptly and she gavi him the note with instructions for him to give the same to Mr Sey mour Having other masters to attend to that evening I bade Nellie a hasty adieu promising to see her early the folio ing morning Scaicely was I out of the room before the door opened and Mr L H Sey mour entered with Nellies notice of cancellation in his hand Why what does this mean Miss Cornell asked the villianous manager iih considerable concern Why are ou determine...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 August 1883

LB Weekly graphic KIRKSVirXE MI880URI T E SUBLETTE Mfelier an Proprietor W M GILL Editor Friday August 31st 1883 OHr cliutce Mr Itcpubllcan candidate for President JAMES Q BLAINE of Maine Ol rourse subject to Die approval il the people lu fair and honest convention How do jou like him EDITORIAL MiTES was bah the name is too contemptible to be mentioned as an illustration of anything Besides he did not belong to our side of the house Let lnm sink into oblivion Our ill natured neighbor is always urging people to sit down on somo thinjr As people prefer something toft the editor of that sheet would do well to keep his eyes skinned We hardly think it would pay any public institution to allow a false impression to go out without correc tion in order to secure patronagenot withstanding the labored tirade of the bread and butter organ Honest men generally agree with this view of the case The Frank James trial is still progrcsalna at Gallatin and tne cution seems to be drawing a net work of...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 August 1883

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KiHKSVlUE MISSOURI T E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor W M GILL Editor Fridav August 31st 1883 It St I r Railway No S No 9 arrlt n No si noiNii south iioin oit ot - - - - 40 M M - - - looj Ho a Kt - 11 r Railway JS llarlZclcr Mliklirtllle Mo bargain r 60 11 m 4M n in 3 pm m KIIIKSVILIK AND QU1NCY uuimi ka t ooisowtir sa 713 a m I Arrives 7lGp tn Vnfto fjip i I 200pm KIRKSVILLE AND TRENTON rrlvts tfraip in Ltae 6co p tn C1i in 3nnmrcholce laud at the FOHSAIK sdnans lVlul or lint liaker mill six tulles west ol to ii la I loin board linclug two Him two barns alula bpletidld point for acoun try store oraphjslclaii Will bcsold trj cheap n on asy ti rms Appli at tMoraie Ttie Ilnuehakir or Moans lolut FORTRAUK grbt inlll 111 take town pro f UFO MOYCR Blacksmith Shop For Sale rVulpped with two f els of tools hop IllJo lo IUI In MlcUinl le Mo ho otliir shop mill chh1 location for a ihI man Aildn or apply t Will be sold a The young ladies of Brashear will give an ice cream fe...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 31 August 1883

MM mmm g g tr 3 U I ZI SSSSW ni srWTTBT aini isasisasai 1 g IN MMMjHMt RIWfiMf JIIHW I 2 ftBW ImtlW ton teQt 1 B 7JSiD I I Heiweared inVfew Englan Jfc feC a I Ml I hntr nqWtftA ivtAnrctitAc ki Ks3 OCMll Pal nowlMKl wethas aiibest a very sod 51 naKiit cancentitm orwrlit the word 1 I TOnflhKRpresentiijtivcr be n I mi tbesjW His xioSW hk S J unK fflfc aRfte miQ b f ffis Jr hS5 if JUS - f jj stiii cd 2 H picttSl F gredBi J i sawiBl i P I f E I I lt 1 M ve crfafM lidenqMt JnAalftflflix width Inaeedgaife jflTer ery utltrjuahrrtre aid slems Jh Ujgjcy uptmM tlfieof abso llflfcffiensgSJ P day read oi FtS9alleys mucjj as thej please conception of their extent varied and belittled by the the narrow valley which has their eyes ever since they first Sight and hence it is that peo ple Jt the east who have or the past three years been hearing of the move ment of immigrants into the James River Valley have come to suppose that all the land 10 that famous valley must be occupied by this time The val...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 September 1883

- 9 Kt w -- - i 150 Per Annum A SERMON 1IY IIALUXUJA1I S kKLVII WALKISS Ill I liDUNK MASS My trt dcnrliretlicrn may bo fuuiid Somen Utre n fOimolil book The torse and chapter will ajiptnr Wheneer jou plcaielo look Youll find II mi old apotliecm Though old tis not itilirm mmliject arc the earl lilrd Aloti early norm TheiMrlj Wrd a youre aware While i el the s Ky -was red Scooped up the equal early worm lll t nrirliiifTout of ld iNTJionrCTMiv This sau m Vnow my Tojouth liith rt lcen tnutilit And early riInr withe fist And moral of the thought H it other thought this Va runvrj - UJiU h jou will i llnly oe x f By caetiti out all piojudlce T And lonely follow inr F1KSTM ThUsttw is a double jointed iw Kor as jou may d erj One early ri er roc tolie 1 lie other ro e to die IIUT Mi A IIILFIA of Kir tly 1 Oui herob both were on a par In getting out of ld But tuiMiut healthj fn them both The tet hath plainly faid nivnLT One n a liuntrry reidy elnp Who i arly ro fc to teil The phllanthopie worm...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 September 1883

i WEEKLYGRAPHIC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T E SUUETTt PobHsfeer and Proprietor W M GILL Editor Friday SEmxMnER 7th 1S83 mis issue The present issue of the Graphic has a large number of commendable icaturcs among the most prominent of which are 1st Interesting general and local correspondence 2nd A valuable article on the land laws of the U S transferred to our columns from heKeal Estate Index 3rd The usual editorial and local features 4th A very complete report in con tinuation of the evidence in the Frank James case which will probably be finished in our next The Graph ic is the only weekly paper in Kirks ville that even attempts a full report of this great trial 5th Our serial story grows in in terest and intensity as it approaches its close We give quite a large in stallment this week and will probably close it in our next and commence an other original story written especially for us 6th Interesting short stories sketches poetry Our Young Folks department a very full summary of curren...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 September 1883

sr No 1 Bed Ticking 1 AlllHUII eeived at the Nkw YouK Stoke the resjnt Aveek T70I A LAMGE AND DRY GOODS Good Shirting Good heavy Shirting u a u SALE KARE m Iik ntknfliifVn Tf rlmtlftr IRV n I iJt r rnrTi nir nllr flica consitnr ol aliouttlnni worth of General JIircliiile Tlic flood are ucarly all new ntll snorted and liounltfnrcaili my nn houfe SUM IS ft cfllliiK alomrSnertldeuceaoao oftlie Hunt la eat Missouri no s t 1IKUMOS IIEIMIOTH jmcu Clly Mo 17AKM FOK SALE 1 mile ofl south ltmalii ar Ailiilr countv il o100 ncrcs IllaWe laud pralrlc u acres timber new Iulldlois scen room liouc ci ieni wen i vounc brarlne orcliaid Hi per acre half dovc Ii tw r tu turt AltTil to iu uu - - tAVV tr crmil rrtips Tor sale u lui JlltStUlltl - Ilrasbear Mo- DISSOLUTION NOTICE Tliepartnrijlilplieretofon etlsllns between the oodcraUoed 1 by motual const u iienlit dlunlrca V J 1 11 b M 1lCKLElt fceptcmber 1st 1M HiHiBiHlaHHMMKBHtaMMiaBLBM All Stored Up Carothcrs Grtene are prepared to stove up any buildi...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 7 September 1883

t if II 1 1 I t t t Ike nMk UM Laws The agricultural lands are divided into two classes one at 125 per acre designated as minimum lying outside of railroad limits the other at 250 per acre as double minimum lying within railroad limits Titles are acquired by purchase at public sale by ordinary private entry and in virtue of the pre emption homestead timber cul ture and other laws Purchases at public sale arc made when lands arc offered at public auction to the high est bidder by proclamation of the pres ident or by order of the general land office Lands so offered not sold and not since reserved or withdrawn from the market can be secured by private entry or location But none of the lands of Northern Dakota have ever been offered at public sale all having been reserved for homestead pre emption and tree claims on account of their agricultural vJue and because this system is more in accordance with the interests of the masses and not for speculators as un der the public sale system S...

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