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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 September 1883

150 Per Annum Ups and Downs OF POLITICAL LIFE IN TANSARK TOWNSHIP i rsj miv uroadaxe PREFACE The reader may think that this is all Tom foolerv or he may regard it as gospel truth To him there may be no sense in it yet there was no sense in the asserti m that the world was round when t assertion was first made People thought Morse a fool when he saH he could make a wire a hundred miles long Jalk They thought old Ben Franklin a fool when he tried to bottle up thunder and light ning and when Fulton tried to make a boat run by steam he was calld a great fool We dont care whether vou sav we are a fool or not neither are we going to tell you what this is all about rrad it and judge for your selves When you have done so you may pass what ever opinion you please op the Author CHAPTER I WHICH IS A SHORT BUT ACCURA1 HIS TORY OF TAN1HKK TwWNSHIP Tanbark Township was a rather odd ly shaped township It was surveyed and laid outafterall the others in the county and was not a large as some nor as ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 September 1883

I ft i s i ii r is i Mtanirtii 1 1 - Dress Goods Our stock of these goods is too large to enumerate but we can assure you that it is the largest we ever bought We have every thing new in the way of Dress Goods Trimings etc Boots and Shoes We have the only lull line of these goods in town our stock of shoes alone would fill the house o f any of our competitors Uj i fsiit J and v artf Coia re these Goods a s ty ii itli - MB any niiii you v IF INT IT XS 20CT IDTT TO JDO SO- MAKE IT BEHOOVES EVERYBODY TO A DOLLAR GrO -S IFIR S POSSIBLE j K And in order to do this he must get the full worth of it for everything he buys If he dont he is left and the Wheels of Stupidity will finally crush his carcass into an unrecognizable mass of humanity clad in rags and feeding on poverty itself while his he money neighbor who always Icoks around and ets the full worth of his dollar will have plenty to eat and a little to spare A So folks T7hen you are looking around to find just whore to get one hundre...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 September 1883

a Blacksmith Shop For Sale MulpiM d with two Pitfi of tools hop Sx3 lo liil In MlikUnlile Mo o oilur fhop nda nod location fur a froorf man Addn orapply 10 is llartnlir SllckUnkllv Jlo Will lt mid at tarcalu 11IG IG VOl ICE The Greencastle fiourinp in jrood ninnlni order running fire Jnyis in 11 k Aiijouc Mill do wclltu rome andjrie us atrial AViiite fcDito 10000 A LAH6E AND COMPLETE STOCK DEY GOODS Good Shirting Good heavy Shirting 7 worth 10c u a a No 1 Bed Ticking A haff pv piece 15 The best unbleached muslin ever brought to Kirksville we now offer for 6e A good muslin u Indianhead muslin WEEKLV GP APITTC KiRKSVlLLE MISSOU1U T E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor W M GILL Editor Fumw September 14 1SS3 V St L So 1 No 7 rrli S o 2 No rt - r Railway ioty o 0 iiTir goim soltu cm p m il a m 2 pm IU upiu i 11 P Railway KlKKSVILI E ASH QBIVCY uiu i at nmsa w est i4 715 a 111 rrits 715 p in lri lil 3i 111 I 2iwpiii rrlvit KITKSVILLE AND TltSTOK Cp 111 1 1eis 0oop ni aires orcliolce laml a...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 September 1883

i I 8 Stage Struck OR T11E ICtSTIIOTTS A OTB ESS AUTHOR OF WALTER URuWNHELD THE HIRED GIRL THE TEACHERS MISTAKE ETC ETC ETC CHAPTER XXIX HORSES REVENGE Poor Seymour deserted by friends even the false woman all his whom he had held out to the world as his wife but who really was only a mistress found himself firmly in the iron hands of the law Before proceeding further we deem it necessary to make a few trifling ex planations The news of the abduc tion capture of Seymour and death of LaMorge spread to the city and all the Seymour members took flight They never even put in appearance on trial day for the recovery of our property so we obtained what is known in law as a judgement of default against them With the return ol the property and having nearly all the money in our hands we were urged upon to remain in the company and weie assured of a successful career but I had resolved to quit the stape and so had our star who was still known by the theatre people as Nellie Her father would ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 September 1883

r - t WEEKLYGHAPHIC KIRKSVILLE M1SS0UK1 T E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor W M GILL Fxhtor Friday Seiicmiiek 14 18S3 EMTORIAL VOTES We complete the I rial of Frank James in this issue The result is al ready known fo the rsublio and com ment is unnecessary The political agitation in Ire land still continues Wc see no way out of the trouble for England except the road to justice and fair dciling Heavy frost Saturday and Sun day mornings are reported horn Dako ta northern Iowa northern Illinois Minnesota Michigan- and northern Ohio In many places corn is badly damaged Ice form in in some places The fluctuations in the price of corn at the great cities during the past week have followed the rise and fail of the thermometor Owing to tho re ports of frost as above given there was an advance in price Tuesday but it is still believed that the bulk of the corn croD is untouched Veiy little damage has been sustained in the heavy con belt as yet The Quincy Fair is in session this week Gen J...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 14 September 1883

H 1 M M HI I I Oalv a SistT to 2 aim iiv it J iniiirri II itilliitr Intlsf it l lrlilMiin tilii tlirt lMvnii n illil iiiI fKy I lie tui tin nln l iimUeil to Mill LlUe 1 In- iiii of iliv ilin lly J im lilitor 1m ti Unr t A i ill uii i in s I istii Uiit Ike ihe liorn or a niti Ji - ml iv lii f uif1 uilc wi orapo nl lie tainlrn jaii uinCc l to Willi nslsm j in v ix met- stones I tn ttipiim leol In ilipnuiiliir march Hi i ii it niih plaintive inomis inl Ip nejr r lie villi win ii -- 1 lai I 1 ni v In ii e iimjv ullc i riliiifs ilic i wn the ilti tv lnnc in II- ii In lip -limit inn liliter Jtnllc - mine li vtcs uh u Minimi cane i 4 tfl H I ml i jri mil Idiic was the way - nil mill He earth was cold itf nlirli iiiil lie ilrtnilil ilin ihir i Ii iiri weniil ii Inndrcd cvlitilrio iiliTfii I f if tltm l Ms troul V c Irftl lllrtllillE v w I iiti iititiifnir licnl I11111 ill il nl iel vkkiil uaDQMl morning on tho prairie i tJil is llie rosy sunrise and tlio f iway uutlino of i mountain Liiijie...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 September 1883

i -v - j w nr fc 1 II u J T--- r JIJf Y ii ir Kj T7 T b C m r w m v i r w ma i W a -- i W E 1 1 - m F JT4 V m m m aV WKEKO ijKAJrTIIJ 150 Per Annum Ups and Downs OF- POLITICAL LIFE IN TANBARX TOWNSHIP IS llrNJAMlN liROADAXi OUAPTEli IV IN WIIICII MAGRKW SKUMS STlIOUN The petition circulated by Col Nathan Pinglory soon had twenty five or thirty names among them vere sev eral prominet Puller politicians the thinkers for the party In addition to Pinglory B ttersalt Crookstake Sopht tellow and Hardhcd there was Uitter biie An thine Asusa Bigbus Smasher and lfrakcwater and a host of all cadcjt how coplytVoamcio1is to put their names on the paper and stop the erection ol another gate post A copy of the petition was given Magrew and one posted upon the post of Oscar Crookstake that all the world might knoiv that the leading politicians in Tanbark Township were opposed to the erection of a third gate post It was all the talk about String town Although Mr Wontlisten and Mr li ttcrhalf refuse...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 September 1883

1 Ii - - i WEEKLTGRAPHIC KIRKSVILUE MISSOURI T E SHLETTE P Hto Mi Prwiiiti W M GILL Editor ir jp Friday September 21 1883 ElITMIiL KOTES The necessity for a change in this State is becoming more and more pressing as time passes Many demo crats are ripe I01 a revolt against the ring rule which parcels out rewards and honors to its favorites without re gard to merit fitness or long service Whether James G Blaine will consent to be a candidate on the Re publican national ticket or not we know of no other man now befoie the the country better endowed with the qualities calculated to draw out the enthusiasm oi the masses and to give us an agressive campaign next year He is able eloquent and magnetic and withal is something more than a mere politician Whether President Arthur is the coming man or not on the republican ticket in 84 as many predict one thing at least is evident and that is he has wonderfully increased his hold on the public esteem in the past year Few men could have assumed...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 September 1883

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Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 21 September 1883

1ST li sss -e ff S- i f aEtaaSSSltrfBnKfi r AftiftTC4aaBaaaaaarfcaaWSiaamaaa1 PHs illiliiiiiffi DIO LEWIS Dr Bio Lewis was bom in Auburn N Yin 1823 graduated from Har vard Medical School Boston in 1845 practiced in Aubum and Buffalo up to 1S52 At Biifialo he wrote his famous papers on cholera which were after wards published in book form Since 1S55 he has been engaged in lecturing and writing on the subject of public and personal hygiene With the exception of two visits to Europe and three summers of saddle life in the inotntains or California he has been unceasingly occupied with the ounce of prevention His labors have beei varied inter esting and most effective During four years he lectured almost every night giving his days to the invention of his new system of gymnastics In 1S60 having completed this system he abandoned the platform and settled in Boston Mass to establish his Nor mal School lor Physical Training Within seven vears more than four hundred persons were graduated fr...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 September 1883

150 Fir Annum dps and Downs OF POLITICAL LffE IN TANUK TOWNSHIP n BCXJAMU J DROADAXE CHAPTERTI1 IN WHICH DIPPER OUR HERO IS IN A STATE OF MISS The world ith all its gloria its towering hills its deep dark hollows its wild flowers and tame flowers its birds its romance and beauty seemed but a howling wilderness to poor John ny Dipper our hero Johnny was a despondent youth when things went wrong andthinES were alwajs wrong with him unless he was assured beyond a reasonable doubt they were right He never could stand and look up on the dark frowning cloud charged ith exth trembling thunder and heaven cleaving lightning and smil ing say the sun shone peacefully and serene upon the other side Poor Johnny was never glad unless he was happy It was but a plunge from the highest pinnacle of nope to the deep est darkest fit of despair He saw in that snicker on the face of Mis AUsmash when he was unceie moneously jerked through the window by Smasher a rejection She 11 reject me yet he groaned 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. — 28 September 1883

lei il BUI ca 2 I V i l WEEKLYG RAJPHIC KIRK8VILLK MISSOURI E SlfLETTE MM M ffttprltti M GILL Editor Friday Skpttxider 38 1883 BDXTOKXLHOTXS Mr H A Miller editorofthe Lancaster Exctlsior has sold out his interest in that paper and m the hut issue announces his retirement from the editorial chair after a faithful ser vice of eighteen years Mr Milkr has made the Excelsior a success tad we must say wc are surprised to see him leave it W M Hunter of Lancaster is his successor General Prentiss and his galant division seem to be in a fair way to secute justice and credit for the part they played at Shilon We see that the Quincy Whig is now publishing a continued narrative of that battle in which it gives a detailed account of the Whole affair and corroborates what we have heretofore published on the same subject Some of our farmer readers have suggested that we set aside a cer tain portion of our paper for con tributions of our farmers on agricul ture stock raising and other matters perta...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 September 1883

tow TDxy WEEKLY GKAPHTC KiRKSVJLLE MISSOURI T E SUBLETTE PoMliher id Proprietor W M GILL Editor Friday September 28 1883 Jo 1 to No n VT St L r Railway Mo 3 Vn 7 arrive Xu I n OOIXOXOKTI1 OOIXO SOCTH ft M A r Kallwaj liSWilll Vir w t t m -a wrxjv iAji1 7M tiiAVPt7yifcnnEK r i - -- s 2 T- a Airii r 1 jwjj i ifvMi ri T v - -v - rsmitf5 s i - - - t - c - rV V -V J S -5--1-1 THE t0 p m SaH a m 1 pm a m 10 Opm X KlRKSVIUf ASD QUINCT oulku APT COIXO VIII iM 715 ro I Arrive 715 pm Pnght 3op m 00pm KIBESYILLK XSD TRENTON rrltM nop o Lure oo p m DISSOLUTION NOTICE Tbcptrtanihlp heretofore exlitlnff between the i4emaed la Dt antual content tierebr dlwolTed w i oftm S M FICKLEK cpMBber at UB T CUT MurVlOTdf Creek P O two bound XJ pup 1 year ild one nearly white with black ipoU tb otber lack with white tripe round hU Mck Liberal reward for their return to U L stiTLlli KrkTl Mo tuk Sitscrlflltas The following cash subscriptions were recaived for th week trading Sept 22 Dr S L 3e 150 G W Youni 1 ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 28 September 1883

If l5 1 J I 5SS fi v r nan -- toJiLir - rtK - r i j1 3 b j - i - itB JN HOT TIE MUM MTI iMHf itittvc to idlf mi aal Re dtttti A Steteseat to His Uwyer Which Throws Doabt Upon It How Smith Escaped the Mob in Missouri About the time Henry Gay came from his home in thejslashes of Vir ginia tolccfttucky zljUSpfSmfS of Mason cookty prompt by the same ort of impulse west to the frontier then in Western Missouri Some of the brightest voting men in die country were gathered them at Lexington Lib erty and Independence the region afterwards to be noted as the hone of the James boys Here the yooag Ken tuckian spent his life asa promising attorney Representative State Sena tor the leader of the Whigs a warm personal friend of Clay and a General in tne Mexicans army -He now lives quietly in an old fashioned tavern at the northwest comer of the public square it Richmond Mo He is full of anecdotes and tnridents of early das in the West a id withal is -one of the most gonial old men and brilliant c...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 October 1883

mimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamsBmBm r iffTmmiw 9v v r4tiwpiil WEEKLY f GR APffiK 150 Per Annum Oriaiisl Biorv The Teachers Itiitafce OR The PritU of Tnrkay Sua 806L BV M J ROY Author of Walter Brownfidd The Hired Girl etc etc etc CHAPTER I s THE COMMISSIONERS VISIT Lucubraton J It was a big word and it fairly made the hair stand on the heads of the best spellers in Tuncey Run School There was a moments silence and the boy for whom the word was pro nounced put his finger in his mouth in a veiy thoughtful manner Spell it spell it try it any way Mid the county school commissioner who was examining the Turkey Run School They had expected something big hen the teacher gave the book to the school commissioner and asked him to try them on spelling but lucubra tion would certainly test the power of their heavy weighi champion Either spell at the word George Saturfield or say you cant and sit down said the teacher crustily from liis seat near the desk George scratched his head with the fo...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 October 1883

a Inaf r I- rv - WEEKLYGKAPH IC KIRKBVILLK MISSOURI T LSWfTTE nattlwr mi fttfrttttt Y M GILL Editor i - Friday October 5th 1883 XDITOEIAL NOTXsT Butler and Dorsey is the la- test suggestion as democratic candi dates next year for the presidency General Grant is reported to have said that he could support Mr Blaine cheerfully if made the republi can nominee but prefers Logan In one month from the present ssue the Graphic will enter the cam paign year for 1884 We look for a large increase in our circulation during the next twelve months We print an interesting descrip tive letter of a recent visit to Mt Ver non by one of our contributors Our correspondent in the Northwest also gives us another of his interesting sketches subject of education is 00 cupyingmore space and attention in the leading dailies weeklies and month lies to day than ever before in our his tory and we notice that the universal position taken by nearly every writer of note indicates that our does not give the satisf...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 October 1883

WEEKLY GBAPHTC KtRKSVlLLE MISSOURI T E SliLETTE PiMisfctr iN ftwrlitir W M GILL Editor The Fridw Octobet 3th 1883 KIRKSTILLE K R TIME T1BLE Jo J rsuraccr NO 7 itm Ko l rUtht c at rt - eorxoftoaru 001X0 SOCTlt No 5 Frelcnl and accomodaUoa A8T Ko r raaaenjrer Frelrtt arrlTrs No 4 FrrlfbtleaTrt ol fastenac arrlres follow ng were reoenred Sept 29 T P Chalfant B W Young W A Rogers A Sggleston Jas Bailey J L Porter G E Moore R M Bra near W Stockton iRAFHIC PREMIUM DRESS SILKS IMP B Jt a in Mpn m 1awpn1 J1X c w a tn 7lSam zropm CSOptn 713 pm TOST REVOLVER A 88 Smith 4 Wesson self cocker five shots Lo either In KlrkiTlll or t miles nil ot town on Fri day Sept aUi Th Bnder will be rewarded on learta the aame at tbla office 10T Ntar Fiords Creik P O two rmnn1 J pupa 1 year Id One nearly while with black ivita the otkir black with white stripe aruuml hfsmack rrwM for ticlrrtturn to 11 L cTtruEM KlrVsrillc Mo lash Subscriptions cish subscriptions for the week ending 150 aoo 150 300 29 190 150 1...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 October 1883

lips and Downs OF NUTRAl LIFE III TMHARK TIWRSMP BY BENJAMIN imOAIMXE OH AFTER X in nirritc has a kival Let not mine eyes deceive me said Dipper in his slow foicmn mimicr fix ing hi large pale blue orbs on his adored I have said i cried Miss via giving her head a proud tos and standing arm akimbo I have said it and Ill stick to it Dipper thought at first that he would cave in and ask his sweathearts pardon rather than have this loveis quarrel continued But on a second thought determined not to dr so lie had pledged himself to the support of the Crusteater and Col Pinglory had praised his mind and declared that he would one day make agreat man if he continued nis support of the Crust eater And then he would allow no woman to lead him around by the nose No if she showed spirit he would meet it with spirit but they had better com ponise the matter in some reasonable way Miss Allsmash he said Mr Dipper she answered with a slight pout and another supercilious tcis of the head Be reasonab...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 October 1883

u But George Saturfield was doing his Antagonist no injury He had so long been forced to yield oothers that he regarded himself inferior physically as well as mentally to almost everybody cite His opponent not only had the ad rantage in years and size but the three companions who accompanied him were in sympathy with Gam Jennings Geoije had been forced to his knees and was about to give in when a wild cry came on the air from the hill top above them All eyes were turned m that direc tion when Dolly Bayley was seen com ing toward them Boys boys what do you mean Youve got George down on the ground and youve been lighting him No I aint said Billy Buck stout ly I never touched him Ill leave it to these boys if I did No I noi didnt neither said Char ley Dodge Nor me too said Henry -Nolan Mr Blodget and another gentleman who had heard the ay were coming down the hill as fast as they could walk to see what was the matter Gam Jennings had released George and stood on the other side of the r...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 October 1883

---T ywwriwwwWwwm W M GILL Editor FkiDAY October rath 1S83 EDITORIAL ITOTIS The lumber pullers of Hannibal are on a strike The H St Joe machine hops recently burned at Hannibal will sot be rebuilt this winter The rumor current a few days since that the American consul at Canton China had been assassinate d by a mob is discredited The St Louis Republican sug gests that the reason the prayers of St Louisians that it might not rain last week were not granted was due to the fact that the wind kept in the east We think we know a better reason than that The contest on Tuesday in Ohio and Iowa was complicated by the whisky question to such an extent that neither election can be taken as a very reliable basis for a political calculation of uturc probabilities The Jim boy democracy is a pel same invented by some of our demo cratic cotemporariea If our wood subscribers would only bring the wood now we would be more than pleased The ideal and asthetic pumpkin decked out in old pold and ripe fo...

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