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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 October 1883

rr J r j WEEKLY GRAPHIC KTttiSVlLLE MISSOURI T E SUILEITE Milder art PrtfcietK W M GILL Editor FRIDVY OCT0BET12th 1S83 KIRKSTILLE R R TIME TABLE Xos Passeaircr So 7 tnrr No 1 Freight jfol Pawner no a Ft GOIXlORTII GOIJJI1 SOCTH QOINQ WIST Xo J Frelrtt and accooiodaUon uuixu SA8T Ko I rasstntrr - Xos FreisM arrives o Frrlubt leaTe Sol Passtnze arrives - - oo p in im a m 3W0pni Sa m 10 ton m 713 mtn 100 pm d9pro 715 pm TOS REVOLVER A 38 Smith JLivvc Vcsson clf cocker five shots Lot either In Klrksville or mile east ol town on Fri day sepi ssiii me nnuer -will DC rewaruea on ltaTlDK the fame at tots nfflcc OT Ntar Floyds Creek P O two hound 1- j pspt t year Id One nearly white with black spots the other black with white atrlpea aruund Me nack Liberal reward for their return to M Ij sTarhBNs KtrkiTllle Mo FOR SALE- A nice 61 acre farm J miles cait orstcklen lllr xc 11 Improved So acrrs In cultivation nice orchard ernod house and barn pood water good sock ranjre Ode T the best stoV farms...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 October 1883

i li Ei n 1 SI Irffl 1 1 fc n tfggwj ssgrfes srtiSf Ups and Downs OF aVT PtUTICAL LIFE HI TAHAH TIWNSINP BY BENJAMIN BROADAXE CHAPTER XIII IN WHICH MTTIX AGGV APPEARS It is not the purpose of the author to cither moralize or philosophize We prefer to leave that for the reader If out of the mixed up mass of events and among all the peculiar character istics of the people whom we have to deal you can draw a good moral you have not read our little story in vain If you can but Rain an insight into what is commonly known as ring politics and see how the masses of the peo ple are made to subserve the pur poses of so called leaders of politic panics you have learned something wmen win benefit yourself in the future If you think we have drawn some of our characters too strong pray sit down to sober thought and see it they do not fit a class of men We are not writing of any one man it is not our design to be personal but to depict a class of men We have shown how hard men strug gle to mainta...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 October 1883

tu v - cv irf t - 150 Per Aimum The Teachers Mistake OR Tho Prido of Turkey Bua School I1V M J ROY Author tf Wmlur Brown tieM The Hind lilrl EU Etc CHAPTER V continued He felt in the fob but it was not there Mr Ikaty started up trom his chair feeling in both his vest pockets villi both his thumbs at the same time as if his life depended on his finding something in the next five minutes He thrust his hands in his coat pock- i t J inc pocseis oi ni jjaHi3iwii uuu Ieis tofind theinissing watch but he could not There was a perplexed look on his face and he was troubled A gold watch is enough to excite the anxiety and care of a teacher HaejouIost something asked Mr JJlodget Yes What is it My watch Your watch cried Mrs Blodget laying aside her book of fashions Oh thats too bad Whew do you think you lost it I dont know Maybe it was whcri we were feed ing said Mr Blodget Fire brands and lanterns were brought into requisition and the feed ing grounds thoroughly searched but in vain Where did...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 October 1883

t i WEEKEYGK APH IC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T E SmETTE mam n fttyHtw W M GILL Editor Friday October 19th 1883 EDITORIAL 2T0TXS The temperance amendment was defeated in Ohio by about 35000 votes Dakota turns up with another sensation Its a cow that gives beer instead of milk Look out for a beef famine A correspondent asks -the fublican which party has the most temperance men in it and it answers by the single word republican Dakota takes the bakery a soap mine has been discovered up there recently It is soaped they will make good use of the discovery The specimen dude is saidto be disappearing there was not enough of him to propagate or per petuate his Kind The Texas congressman the noted Tom Ochiltree ha3 Just re turned from Europe Tom says he interviewed Bismark and denounced his policy in reference to the Ameri can hog The latest political cossip from Washington is that the feeling in favor of Maine ior President has received a impetus since the result in Ohio has become known The bes...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 October 1883

ci No irnrp Ni 31 trUtlil SPicnrtr it Kt - GOING SOUTH voimj oimi nntso wkit So 3 tYcUlit uil arcnaioiHllnu Vn i Iuwnrrr Kiflclit arrive - Ni 1 Irf Iclit 1ct NaI IaMnct rrte xt WEEKLY GRAPHIC KilifcSViLLK MISSOURI T E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor W M GILT Editor Fkidiy OcTOiirTi9th 4883 KIRKSVILLE r r time table No 3 rawenircr yii m stfi iti i i hi P22 m ioilim 71 am xiiin r3ilptn 711 pm f OST KEVOLVER A 33 Smith A- X JVfr Oil Mlf cotUer Ihu shots Io t rltiirr In KirlMlllr orfi tiillr et t town on Vrl U ii 2W Tito nmiiT will uu rvwnnlLH on UHTliifT the win eat lliU olfitc OT XarKlOlV Crick l 0lro Imiitnl J J Upi 1 r tt niinar vrhiN with 11 nk jMit tticitlnr hUrk villi whlto tripeF itumul liUncck LUral arl lurilnlr return to M I MkllKN5 KlrkMllIc Mo KOKAIK A nlri fittacr firm 3 inllt IAKM wclIiiiiiroetl3acrc lu rnllivniinn iicc ircnaru nn iione ami orn joi wattr jinl kkK ramru ic vf the Ik A farm 11 Uit iimtit liumi iii1jtMiiirhm ii one mile trmn wlion limine Kor If riui Apply t...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 October 1883

i 5 C vftV555i 5jfl J vv- IT Ups and Downs OF miTlCAl UFE IN TAmASK TOWNSHP DV UENJAMM BROAUAXE CHAPTER XVII IN WHICH THERE IS A CAMPAIGN A chronicler of the events of Tan bark Township has written upon the inside bark of a tree which the author found well preserved the result of the convention we spoke of in our last chapter The night after says the chroni cler and whether he is a faithful or un faithful chronicler we do not know there was a joint meeting of the leaders of the setters and the leaders of the pullers who were antagonistic to the Snowflake The leaders tor once had failed to move the masses the way they wanted and now in joint assem bly they sat and wept bitter tears of vexation What shall we do said one Cut off and let them go said Bit tersalt very much agrieved No that wont doJsaid Variance Sophtfellow They will then elect their ticket in spite of us all We had better wait until Col Pinglory comes and then get his opinion I wouldnt mike a move till ye get his opinion...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 October 1883

is - - - - - -rd 160 Per1 Annum 7HE Teachers Mistake Tfct Pridi of Turkey Sun School BY M J ROY Author or Walter BrownflcW The Hired Girl EtA Etc CHAPTER VIII THE BOYS FLIGHT Gam Jennings did not go to school the day after his encounter with Geo Saturfield He felt sure that the teach er had learned of the fight and that a good whipping was in store for him when he did return so be pretended to be sick That evening as the boys were going home Goerge Saturfiled walking along moody and silent Charley Dodge thought to have some fun at his expense Tipping the wink to Henry Gordon and Billy Buck he satd Poor Gam I guess hell never came back any more Why asked Henry Dont you know he aint expected to live George Saturfield it seems hurt him inwards some way and the doctors say he will die James Jesiah Bloiigctt was too staid and dignified to take any part in such frivilous conversation and walked on in silence Then he was really bad hurt said Henry who understood Charleys mo tive George cas...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 October 1883

I WEEKLYGBAPH IC KIRKSVILUE MISSOURI T E SWIETTE hMHw mi toyktir W M GILL Editor Friday October 26th 1883 XPXTOBIU ypTES Interesting local correspond ence crowded out of last issue will be found on the eighth page of this issue There is a rumor in political circles that Blaine and Conkling have reconciled their difficulties Pinglory and Magrew next The campaign ear of 1 884 is upon us Subscribers to the Graphic who commence now will get the whole of it Send in your names The supreme courts decision apainst the validity of the civil rights bill has caused a great excitement among the colored people all over the country We doubi the justice or the authori ty of the school board to suspend any child from the rights and privileges of a common school for mere absence This ought to oe the detnier resort when all other means of reformation and control have failed A democrat may be a christian or an infidel a rabid prohibitionist or a whisky ite a free trader or a protec tionist but he vote...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 October 1883

WEEKLY GHAPH1C KTtKSVlLLE MISSOURI T L SUHETTE NMiikf lid Pnpritty W M GILL Editor FRIDAY OCTOIIET 26th 1883 KIRKSVILLE R R TIME TABLE le 1 Pasaenirer No 7 unw jfo3IUMiifr JO b 0010 XOKTH OOIXO OCTH OoIlfO K t Freight and accomodation No I Putetirvr No V Fralftit rriTf - o rrrlfbtlwrc Nel raaaencr arrtvr iOp m ssh a 111 1 00 pm f 3a m 11 Mpru i00 Cm b 71s a tn 3MMpni tl Sopm 7Upm LOST REVOLVER A 33 Smith Wesson clf cocker the shot Lot either In Klrkfrlll or mltai cut ol own on Fri day Sept aim Ttir Under will be r warded on lrlct the nmt t Uil Occ OJT NarFIOTds Creek P O two bound I- J pupa 1 car add ntartr hlte with black anoti Uie oilier black with white atrlpea around lilt sack Ubrral reward for their return to M L cTKTliBSi KlrktTllle Mo EM roltiAIH A nice CO acre lann3 nil leu eaflorsticklerrlllr In cultlraUon nice orchard mid bouse aid barn rood waUr rood nnt range due l the beat tokfarm n tbe conntr Good neighborhood and utir mile Irom scliool hojne For tenna Applr toj Kllent...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 October 1883

Doferrod Corressondonco Toft folWminij were unavoidably crowded out of our last lsfue after hcinjj Tut In tjpe Fra Radical Rldr fiHariiic Correspondence All is quiet in the district Our school is moving along finely without any disturbance W T Martin has buil a fine new residence which will help the appear ance of his fine little farm W Borden recently put up a good bam which he very much needed The building is 18x32 feet with a cow shed 10 feet wide the lull length of the main building Health is good as far as I know for which all should be thankful Rev Cordray began a protracted meeting at the Lone Star school house last Sunday Cant say anything about the success as I have not at- tended The young and a few of the older folks met on the 5th mst and organ ized a Literary Society I was at the meeting last Friday night They bad a fine time The paper was fine and spicy There were essays select read ings and an oration by J B Dodson Hibbard Bros are shearing their tax dog just east 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. — 2 November 1883

L 4 JS 7 1 150 Per Annum Ops and Downs or PJL1TIGAL LIFE M TAN8ARK TOWHSHIP rv itrNjui iromaxh CI I A PTERXXI Continued Little Aggy had ceased to sob but crouched as near the dying moher as she could and still was shivering and freezing Sie the innocent object of De Solons hate could gather na warmth from that icy body Sie heard a rattling in her mothers throat the breathing became more and more difficult and men all was silent j The child roused herself from the be- numbedstupor to speak to her mother T bufho answer came She nestled as closely as she could to that icy body and became uncon scious all night long the storm roared the snow fell fast and the air grow colder and colder and colder It was the coldest night ever known for years and when morning came both mother and child had gone to that land where cold hunger and night never comes L uig there on thej bed were two cold ininircate caskets from which the bright souls had flown to a world bewmd the kies Ferdinand De Solon was...

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

1 1 WEEKLYGKAPB IC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T I SWIETTE Wirt art ftttrtitw W M GILL Editor Friday November 2 1883 SDITORIAL MOTES Phebc Cousins says if it had not been for Eve man might now be a pro toplasm searching tor his sphere or an unknown ascidian chasing an un developed molecule over a differen tiated fence of paradise with a club As a sort of ofiset for nearly a weeks solidly miserable and perfectly disagreeable weather Sunday was one of those perfect days overhead so sel dom enjoyed at this season Under foot the less said the better The Democrat of this city and Maj Hifalutin Edwards the eulogist of the James gantj are the only news paper defenders of Governor Critten den in this section Go in young man we glory in your spunk To the Democratic critic re will say that three serials is going it rather strong in a great Family Weekly and yet u the d c had counted our columns of reading matter lie would have learned that we give without the stories some thirty columns to his fif te...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 2 November 1883

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KKKSVILLE MISSOUIU T E SUBLETTE Publisher and Proprietor W M GILL Editor FRIDAY XoDimu 2 188 kirksviltjE it r time tuuv So- Pawncr No II rrtljM jin MjiwnKr 1 rt - OOINrtSllHTII noixu oilu GOINU Bt No Frclcht n J accoaiolillon ulMj CAST Vo S Pwnprr Frrlrtt rrlve No I irifllt Imtpi Headquarters savip m Jph 111 p m V2 111 ID IJini i llin miliin titiitni Upm I vAMfirsticllcrrlllr wclllinpniTisl3aiicn In njItlTnllun uci orchsnl rmxl liouc ami bun pot walir ooI sic rmiifrr One r the lien tok firms n lti cnunty Hood nt lfrliborhoiMl and one mile Irom school tioust For teruis Atipl 10J KMitJlrr t MlcUrrrlllcor Wllbcrt T ir aJoInliur lie fnn 111 lie soll elirap BJM sT 1111 IMAN A pood stocV farm 1C milts outh wetter KlrVsville ctinltSar oM75 acrct KM underuuet lJi In ra and com pround 22 In corn pood orchard pood wellln r feet ot hono io tag tiotic lnftbaru atmut 2ton of hay ami two third orcoruKoe M with the place uirtT ofamllerroni rbmtl hnnv AH Hir lt Two llilnlxiowii baUtu...

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

I ttrSafc Atirv V v5c rs Large Raiches ud Small Farms it The breeding of cattle on the West- em plains has long been a lucrative business It has enriched thousands of men of limited means Four year old steers could be raised for about 3So each and were then sold for iS to 25 at the railway station But the old conditions are changing The settlement of the Western country has limited the free pasture lands and as in all other occupations the large cat tle breeders have driven outthe smaller ones The business is being concen trated into the hands ot a lew men comparatively but this monopolizing tendency has some advantages The land is being fenced in and successful endeavors are being made to improve the quality of the stock American beef and mutton are now eqnal to and will soon be the best of any in the world When ensilage ii well understood in the middle and northern states we will probably be able to raise more of our own cattle to sup ply the local demand and then doubt less the s...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 9 November 1883

rBOFSSSZONAL CABDS GOBEN MORROW rilYaiCIANS ANI MURGEONS KlUKbVIILE sussoun tt Wlll answer ralla at all lionn Office twa dooraeasl of tlie aoutheaat corner of the anuare dolO tr DR JOHN T KEMP SURttEOX DENTIST KIRKSVILLE MO All work Guaranteed First Cla Office oer Caakej a torr aotstlt aide DR H II STONE IHSICIAN AND SURGEON Office ltli J KIRKSVILLE MO C TlMtchcr souhsMc Square Callt proniuly attended to at all boars w W inooi iy 1 OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW KlRKSVILLE MO Ofkici Over Hope t Hopea slore South Side Square m tf JS CATER ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN SURGEON Buluon Missouri Special office daysTTncfdays and Fridays L GRIGGS A ttorney at Xjsl wt KlrVsvlllc Missouri OFFICE Up stairs South Side of Square J W JOHNSTON Attorney at Law and Notary Public Office fiTtx Savings IiauV KlrlsvllleMIourl Kiiev jomsrav Abstractors cf Land Titles KIRKSVILLE 110 Offlce ovtr Slnps Bank n46y N DIIOLIfTElU JM MlCALl Nutar TuMic TTOLL1STER McCALL ATTORNEYS AT LAW KlRKSVILLS Mo Ioan Real Estate Collecting 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. — 9 November 1883

WEEKLYGR APH IC KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI T E SWLETTE Mkltr art PrifrttUr V M GILL Editor Friday November 9 1883 He ElectMMi We give in this issue so far as pos sible the results of Tuesdays elections These elections may be properly term ed the first guns of the campaign of iS84yetat this distance from the great four year contest they can have but a small effect on the result Like the first skirmish of an advance picket line in a great battle while they open the contest and give some indication of initial attack they bear little relation to the final movements that result in victory or defeat of the great armies they represent Elections were held in twelve states as follows In New York to eleci a secretary of state a comptroler treasuer attorney general engineer and surveyor and both branches of the legislature In Pennsylvania to elect an auditor and state treasurer In Virginia to elect part of its senate and a full assembly In Kansas to elect county officers and some circuit judges In Co...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 9 November 1883

WEEKLY G11APH1C KiUWSVJLLK MISSOURI T E SUBLETTE PaMIsfesr and Proprielcr WmT GILL Editor Fridw Novcmuuk 9 o 7 rr Nil 21 rrvlftlit osPnror o o n rt - 7OI IIKN1 A olllci OOIIIIMIKTM nowi optUi 001x0 WKTT So 5 rrtleht an J accomodation iiISO lAT Vo laMcnpcr Nol rreljrlil arrlret - No 4 KrHMlrv t 1SS3 KIRKSVILLE R It TI1IK TABLE No J PMf npcr H TOp II Sat a m J ZOO p III 9S2 in 10 Up in Ctrta m 715 am Srrttpiti r3flrim 715 pm IOltSALE AiilccMacrc tarmJ iill afinrbltcklrnlllr well Imprmpl Macro In enltlvatlon nice orclianl rntl liuuv and tiatn Hioil watiT rood oc ranee Om f tlie bent tok farm n the CAUntr lloOl nclylilwrhootf ami oni Irom clioI house Kor ti mi Atpl Ioj Vllentrler at MIcVKmllcor W tllicrl Ta 1 or nVolnln Hie rami W 111 c oIl cli an TUIILMAV 1MIIAIX A rnmlttocl Tarn 1 mll oulh J1 rtof KlrWvlIlc cnntlnir of 17i acres 101 untV rtfitri lev In pr anl corn rruunl - In orur1lorclirilEOOilwcllIn S fest ofliousu two In barn about W tuns of hay ainl two third or corn p In with the...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 9 November 1883

isar a O- I - that means fitting them for paths in life that are not already choked up with futile toilers after fame and fortune The fact is this country needs more industrial institutions and fewer col leges of law and medicine We want more common sense and and less ide ality more heardheaded practice and less theory more workers and fewer puddlers Success in the workshops is infinitely preferable to and more hon orable than failure in a profession and the mere matter of name has come to make but little difference with the esti mate of mens worth nowadays Technical education is what is wanted in our manuactories and in them is our life Chicago Journal A Reporters Strange Position President Kutter of the New York Central railroad is a spare sparrowy sort of man with largo eyes which lio outward as if they took in too much of the world to be satislied in their cavi ties Hufurring to thu press anil inter Tiewing he remarked to me recently concerning a journal which is always sayingth...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 November 1883

G D OBEX A MORROW w H J ItlVSiriANS ANP sritOEONS MUhSVllIr JUIffrOUK CirWtll aJiirr call at all hur Offlvotwo uv u DTciOHNT KKUK SlRtEON DENTIST KIRKSVILLE MO AH work tttaralit d Tim Clsst Office over IatLevs store sooth ide K HMSTONE PHSICIaN AND SURGEON KIRKSVILLE MO Offlcc wlihJ C Tliatchcr euulisMe car Call pnmitly atlendv1 to at all tuirs I mtMlt WIi OLDHAM ATTORNEY AT LAW KIRKSVILLE Mo Oriics lUer iloit 1 Hopes store Sonlh fclde Hirr mr tf T BOATER ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN tSURBEON Bullion Missouri pclal o3ce JajsTurtdaj j ami Fr1ayi L GRIGGS Kirksvillc Mlsouri OFFICE Up s tair South Side ol Square J WJOHNSTON Attorney at Lair and Notary Public oSceover savlups Bank KirlsYilleMlvouri JonvsTox Abstractors cf Land Titles KIRKSYILLE MO Olice oversaving KaV V f IIOLUSTKII ulary rubllc OLLiSTEK McOALL n51jr J SLI ATTORNEYS AT LAW KlRKSYILLS MO Loan Ileal E tate iVHectinsr and OttiVe South Side- Square I G THATCHER The old Reliable Ixscuancc Agent is now located on the South Side of the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 16 November 1883

WEEKLYGRAPH IC KIRK8VILLE MISSOURI T E SWLETTE NHrtw rt fttplitir W M GILL Editor Friday November 16 1883 BDZTOSXAL NOTES The 400th Anniversary of the birthday of Luther was suitably ob srrved on Saturday last in almost every civilized portion of the globe When a man goes to war he is supposed to use the best weapons in his possession If he has nothing but slime to sling it is but natural he should use it but its slime all the same There is no doubt but that the result oflast Tuesdays elections was a a bitter disappointment to the demo- cracy not so much for what they lost or so much for what they failed to gain asfronAhe evident fact that republican ism is not on the wane but gives promise ot future vitality and a unity that insures a stubborn contest in 18S4 The New Ycrk election while it is claimed strenuously by the demo crats is a very unsatisfactorv sort of a victory A portion of the democratic state ticket was elected by a small ma jority but the principal office that of secr...

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