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a(&!s"?-jr','"v - ,-- '.'V' ' Uj rftWU ?Vi jrfjjf-- R'-'-"- asvv ? '-." - 1 I -i-i i 1 31 ?3 3 -sl !f i 4 m mi 1 THE WEEKLY GRAPHIC T. E. SUBLETTE, Proprietor. KIRKSVILLE MISSOURI. FRIDAY, JCOV. 30 1S94. UKAFHIC8. Go to Mrs. Leech for your gloves Bcv. Riley Barnes is conducting n revival at Sperry. L. C. Sigler sent each of the pastors of the city churches a fine turkey for their Thanksgiving din ner. Rev. John Gillies holds quarter ly meeting in the Green Castle charge next Sunday. Sunday school is held in Trini ty Episcopal church every Sunday morning at !.30. All children who have no Sunday school are invited to attend. The following will be the sub jects iu the Baptist church Sunday: Morning, a question answered, "What think ye of Christ.-" Even ing, "Bridging the waters." Prof. C. V. Proctor will preach at the 11. E. church next Sunday morning. In the evening the Ep worth Endeavor League will give a missionary concert. A destructive fire occurred at Macoc, November 26 The fire originated iu a room over Patton & Frnitts drug store. The loss amounted to 3000 At a meeting of the stock holl er j of tie '-Farmers Advocate'" last Saturday, J. M. McCall was elected as managing editor until Jauuary 1, 1S9.1. At the Presbyterian Church next Sabbath the pastor will preach at 11 a. ni. on "A Sabbath-School in the home." and at 7 p. m. on "A Bsthleheinite in Moab.' John the Baptist" will be the theme at the Christian church Sun day morniug. Dr. T. P. Haley Avill preach, and Miss Eflie Dod souwill sing at the evening ser vice. The Protracted meeting at the M. E. church South is moving off nicely. Next Tuesday Rev. W. H. Younger, a successful revival ist will come to assist the pastor. All invited. Clay is the name of a new post oflice recently established in Clay township, and the mail goes direct from Kirksville Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays. M. V. Eicord is the post master. The A. T. &. S. F. new fast traiu leaving LaPlata 11:2S daily, reaches Chicago 10:00 p. m. Con nection is made with this train at LaPlata making the time from Khksville 12 hours, a daylight run. Try the new route. Judge John P. Powell, of La Plata, died suddenly of heart di sease at his home Wednesday af ternoon. Mr. Powell was an old pioneer, and greatly respected. His fuaeral will take place to-day un dei the auspices of the Masonic fraternity. The Chrysanthemum and ex perience social Friday evening of last week was liberally patronized. as it deserved to be. The display of dowers was beautiful, and many of the finest specimens were from the greenhouse of Miss Lizzie Gib ons. How each of the for"y ladies earned a dollar, told in rhyme, was .amusing and eutei raining. Oldster Hays Eckert was kicked by blaster Philip Fowler's pony, Monday morning and seriously injured. Philip was leading the pony and Hays was walking in the lear. The pony suddenly be came frisky, and while rearing and kicking, one of its heels struck Hays above the right eye, before he could get out of the way, cut tin; a deep gash. Di-s, Goben and Xicholh sewed up the wound, and the patient is now gettiug aioag .nicely. The executive committee of the board of regents of the Normal school was iu session several days this week, making up an estimate for needed improvements ou the Normal building and grounds. The legislature will be asked to appropriate -oOO for chairs for the gallery, -o00 for a suspension bridge across the lake, $700 to ex tend the water system into ike Normal building, and $2000 for a granitoid walk from Normal street to and around the building. The board of examiners of the State educational institutions will be here next week" to examine into .and report on the needs of the .Normal school. PEKSOXALS. Mrs. John Hughes is visiting in 11 olerly. L. G. Daman, of Adair, was in the city Monday. John Gordon, of Sperry, was in the city Monday. Jra F. Mahaffey of Brashear was in our city Monday. Billy Langhlin, of Brashear. was in the city this week. Geo. Chappell, of Glenwood, was in Kirksville Saturday. Edward Thrasher, of Brashear, was in the city Monday. J. R. Noel, of Stall 1, was in town Monday on business. Captain Bumpus, of Pettis towr. ship, was iu the city Tuesday. Clark Sigler, of Liberty town ship, was iu Kirksville Tuesday. P. F. Greenwood attended cir cuit courfcat LaPlata this week. D. C. Small woo.l, of Knox coun ty, was in the city last Friday. N. E. Williams is seriously ill with inflammatory rheumatism. Eev. Uolesworth is holding a protracted meeting at Gibbs. J. T. Funk, of Hurdland, was in the city Tuesday visiting rela tives. Dr. and Mrs. T. P. Haley are spending a few days in Kansas City. Col. John L. Porter left "Wednes day for a business trip to Colora do. Jesse McDermet ant G. R. Huston, of Gibbs, were iu the city Monday. S B. Woods of LaPlata, spent Thanksgiving with his friend. Jas. Garrett. Miss Josie Willis, of Palmyra is visiting her sister, Mrs. A J. Howell. V. A. McKeehan of Ft. Madi son, Io., was in the city this week on business. Mrs L. S. Eider is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Still, at Bed Wing, Minn. Miss Fannie Rich, of Greencss tle, was in the city the latter part of last week. A. IT, Nelson moved this week t ) the property recently purchased of J. C. Thatcher. Mrs. Ida Mairs, of Reigcr, Avho had been visiting relatives here re turned home Sunday. H. K. Benueson left Tuesday night for a two weeks' visit Avith relatives and friends. Miss May Gairettwho has been quite ill for several days is again able to be in school. Miss Lon Harvey of Memphis, is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Frank Buckingham Miss Lou Harvey, of Memphis, is visiting relatives and friends in Kirksville this week. R. C. Combs has returned to Memphis. He moved his house hold goods Monday. John R. Moore has sold his store and leased his hotel to some gen tlemen from Quincy. E. J. Jackson, of Memphis, visited his brother, D. P. Jackson from Tuesday until Friday. Mrs. Pearle Lind, of Queen City, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cook, last Saturday. John B. Dinsmore, a banker of Sutton, Neb., visited relatives in Kirksville Sunday and Monday. Mr. and A: rs. H. Allmayer and two sons of Ottuimra, To., were the guests of H. Marks Thursday. Mr, Horton Underwood, of New York, has recently become a stu dent at the School of Osteopathy, Mrs. J. P. "Webb and daughteis, Misses Grace and Pearl, of Gorin, Mo., are in the citv for a short stay. 3Ir and Mrs. W. B. Hays, of Lancaster, spent Thanksgiving with their daughter, Mrs. W. J. Eckert. Chas. Mannaduke, of Callao, spent Sunday in Kirksville the guest of his brother, S. J. Manna duke. P. V. Trotter of Chicago, spent Saturday and Sunday in Kirksville visiting his sister, Mrs. J H. Wilkes. Prof. Silas Dinsmore returned to his duties in the State University, Tuesday after a month's visit with h"s parents. Dr. J. A. Saunders, of Hamil ton, ves the guest of T. F. Waid Sunday and Monday. He returned to Hamilton Tuesday, Mes. P. R. Smith lef for Des Moines, fov Tuesday morning to visit relatives and study Hie latest styles in dress-making, Mr. and Mrs. Clius. Sea ver spent Saturday and Sunday visiting rela tives near Gibbs. Mr. and Mrs. John Applegate, of Knox county, visited the family of Kobt. Hamilton last week. Mrs. Z. Walgamott and daugh ter Miss Jennie, will leave for Malaga Cal., Saturday night. The Normal adjoined from Wed nesday until Monday to give stu dents an opportunity to spend Thanksgiving at home. Mrs. W. F. Link and two little iliiiiirMArA. ntul Mrs. M. I, finnrrv o-" jj - J left Monday morning, for Orange, Cal., to spend the winter. B. H. Lowenstein wants to see all his old customers at his place of business, southwest corner of the square New stock in all lines. Mrs. Susie Hombs, of Denver, Colo., who had been visiting rela tives in Adair and Schuyler coun ties for three months, left for home Tuesday. M. N. Fuller, of Bowling Green, was in the city this week shaking hands with his many friends, among whom are the most promi nent men of Adair county. The North Central Teachers' Association will be held in the Christian church, Chillicothe, Mo. December 2G, 27, 2S. 1SIU. Re duced hotel and railroad rates have been secured. Wednesday of last week Mrs. Z. "Walgamott and daughters Miss Jennie, and Mrs. Henry Gibons were called to Downing to attend the funeral of II rs. "Walgamott' s grandson, Ray Walgamott, who died after a few hours illness. A pleasant surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. James Bown near Sublette, by their many friends the 19th inst.. the occasion being their 29th wedding anniver sary, An elegant dinner was served by their friends and a large number of beautiful and useful presents were the gifts to Mr. and Mrs. Brown bv the surprising parties. The piano recital given by Ed ward Baxter Perry, the blind pi anist, Tuesday eve ning was a mu sical treat rarely accorded the mu sic loving people of a city of Kirks ville's population. In execntiou and interpretation he is one of the greai masters of this country. To Prof. Goldberg is due the credit for an entertainment given by one of the most scholarly musicians living. Moila Temple, Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine of St. Joseph, Mo., will make a pil grimage to Kirksville to-day, ar riving this evening. They come to take in a class of 2." unregener ated sons of the desert out of the cold and give them an extra double humped camuels ride to the shel teringjdome. After the initiation a banquet will be enjoyed by the visiting brethern and the newly in itiated members to the 1'ystic Shryne. MABKIE1). At the residence of M. T. Hicks, at Gibbs. Mo , on Sunday Nov. 2o, 18!)4 Mr. Robert C. Fris cus and Miss Ray Fowler both of Wilson township, Robert C. Long, J. P., officiating. Cook ParCeli.? At the resi dence of the bride's parents in this city, Thursday evenig at 9 o'clock, Mr. C N. Cook and Miss Eflie R. ParCells, Rev. G. II. Laughlin officiating. The groom is one of our prominent business men and oue of the most popular in Kirksville The bride is1 the accomplished daughter of Mr Edwin Parcells, one of our oldest residents. The Graphic congratulates, and bespeaks for these excellent young people, a delightful voyage down the stream of time. McCaah To the wife of Patrick McCabe, November 23, a son, weight 11 pounds. Hexdeksox- To the wife of Geo. A. Henderson, Sterling, Colo., November 20, a daughter. REHOVAL SALE On or abou' December loth. 1S04, we will vacate the room we are now in and until that time we will make anything we have in stock by the case of 100 lbs, or in round lots at our wholesale cost with freight added, in order to save moving same. Now we mean just what we say and will make it very interesting to round lot buy ers in the next 25 days. Yours, L C. Sf.GLER. DlftD Smitii At her home Hi Wilson towuship, Oct. 27, Mrs. Feaner Mary Smith, wife of Frederick Smith, aged 7(5 years. Funeral took place from the M. E church near Gibbs, October 2S. Kirksville Herein tile College and Normal Writing Institute. Established in JSS0 is now in the midst of one of its most suc cessful years, with its four depart ments, vis: Business Course. Short hand and Typewriting, Telegraphy, Plain and ornamental Penmanship and Pen Drawing. Our faculty are specialists, and our facilities for securing positions for our graduates are ti-st class. For particulars call on or address Mercantile College, Kirksville, Mo. J. A. Miller, Pres. J. M. Mumma, Vice Pres. A Famous Show of Beauty. The show of distinguised beauty, transfixed by famous artists, which is now taking place at the Acade my of fine Arts in New York, has been anticipated by The Cosmopol itan Magazine in its November is sue, in an article by Wm. A. Cof fin, "with illustrations of some of the more beautiful faces. The "Great Passions of History" series has for this month's subject the romantic career of Aguess Sorel, who iuflneuced the destinies of France under Charles VII. "The Art Schools of America," ''The Great British Northwest Terri tory," '-The Chiefs of the Ameri can Press,'' and the "Public Li brary Movement," are amongst the Cosmopolitan's table of con tents. Survivors of the war and their children will find intense in terest in "The Story of a Thou sand," a personal narrative be gun in this number by Albion W. Tourgee. who tells in a graphic way, of a regiment which saw fierce service of its organization, its marches, its sports, and its death-roll. All kinds of Galvanized Iron job work made iu first class man ner, by good workmen at Helme Brds. it Co. Keincna! Sale. Sigler is going to change loca tions between now and the first of the year and is closing and reduc ing his stock at the wholesale cost with freight added, for the next 2."5 days. He starts off with 21 lbs of granulated sugar for 1; package coffee, 21c.; tomntoes, S!3c; cornSJa; brown soap, ( bars for 2."5c; Clairette soap, 7 bars for 2."c. 3k. Diamond E Flour, 80 cts: Sky Red Star Flour, 70c; Sk. Jersey Cream Hour, UOc; soda crackers by the box, 4 c. per lb.; 22 lbs. light brown sugar for .L: dark brown. 2G lbs. Soda, oc per lb. Anvil. 7 lbs. soup beans, 25. I lb. can Price's baking powder 40. 1 can Royal baking powder, 40c. 1 No 1, large tub, GTc. 1 No 2, medium tub, ."."c. 1 No 3, small tub, 40c. 1 o-hoop pail, l.")c. 1 .5-hoop pail, 10c. 10 lbs dried field peas, 2oc. American sardines, Mlb., Gc. Mustard sardines, lb., 10c. t Sk. Pillsbury Hour, 90c. 1 lb Star tobacco, 40c. 1 lb. Sledge tobacco, liOc. 7 lbs. bulk oat meal, 25c. 20 lbs. good raisins, 1. 16 lbs. 4 Crown raisins, ?!. 12 lbs. 5 Crown raisins, $1. 1 lb. our 50 c. ten, 40c. 1 lb. our .'55c. tea, 25c. 4 doz. medium pfckles, 25p, Ibl. Michigan salt, S1.10. 5 gal. headlight cyal oil, 55c. (J boxes Mules matches, 5c. 4 boxes Parlor matches, 5c. 1 lb. good fine cut chewing, 25c. 1 gal. cider vinegar, 20c. 4 lbs. Head rice, 25c. 2 boxes carpet tacks, 5c. 2 boxes tooth-picks, 5c. 4 lbs. A. & H. soda, 25c. 5 lbs. pure grd. pepper, GQc. 1 lb. Sky baking powder, 20c. All lamp chimneys at cost without freight. 1 lb. oysters, Bull Heads, 75c doz. 2 lbs. oysters, '' l.50doz, I doz, succotash, 1. 1 doz. string bean, 75c. 4 boxes axle grease, Diamond, 25. 5 lbs best green coffe. ?! 10 lbs. cracked hominy, 25c. ( lbs. flaked hominy, 25c. All the aboke will be strictly ad hered to for the next 25 days and iu many cases even less than above prices. To take effect this Friday morning. Your iu earnest. L. C. Sigler. ikauton has :i largo line of laiilJlA that are goilig cheap. Anything' in the lamp lino yon will find at his store. I lis Porcelain dinner ware is beautiful and is sold at prices within the reach of all. White china lor decorating, decor ated china, hand-painted; - holiday goods and stone ware, all at prices that will surprise you. Call and take a look tliiougli his stock, get prices and he convinced that he is selling goods cheaper than "any other house in Missouri. When you want the besthair cut or the smoothest shave to be got ten in the city, go the shop of Pur cell & Barnes- Special Notice No. 2. Parties buying tickets on the Parcell's Gallery for enlarged pictures for the Holliday trade must call and select their frames by Dec 1st if they expect to get their work finished by Christinas. II. G. Pakcell & Co. Lost A soldier's discharge and pension certificate. Finder leave at this office. R. E. Griffith Set up your old stoves in th barn and use a Riverside Oak in your house. Helme Bros. & Co. The Cheap Store. (! bars White Russian soap, 25c. 2 cans California Apricots and peaches, 25c. 2 cans plums and pears 25c, at Gakrett it Pease. Cole is now prepared to do all kinds of plumbing. Call for esti mates. Notice to the Public. As in the past we will not open our place of business on Sundays except in cases of extreme danger ous sickness or death, as we be lieve it is a violation of law. L. C. Sigler. Special No. 3. Tf you want to make your friends a line Christmas or New Years present call at the Parcell Gallery, select one of those tine 10x20 cray ons at 2.40 with frame complete. If you have no photo we will make you a fine Cabinet Free of charge. II. G irnRLT.& Co. Don't forget to attend Professor Perry's greatPiano Concert, Opera House Tuesday, Nov. 27th Mrs. Leech will sell the remaind. er of he stock of ladies underwear below cost. See the half-wool vest at 50c before purchasing. Purcell & Barnes, tonsorinl ar tists, never fail to give sattisfat-i ion in every department of their busi ness. Our Jersey Cream Hour is selling hand over fist, and we want a family in each neighborhood to try one sack to be convinced it is the best Hour for the money in the world. L. C. Sigler. Still Coming. The crowds visiting the Big Store of the Famous Dry Goods Company are still increasing. New clerks have been supplied and hereafter the customers can be waited on without great delay. Elegant cloaks and good overcoats received almost daily. Campbell Cody have an abun dance of money to loan. Office front room over First National bank. Boa rdehs Wanted For com fortable rooms and good board, ap ply at Graphic office. Day buard ers also wanted. Fout S McChesney would bo glad to show you their stock of wall paper. Notice I am still with W. A. Cole, and will continue to stay with him aud will conduct his undertaking de partment, all reports to the con trary notwithstanding. M. D. Cole W ilkes & Co. grocers, keep a full line of staple and fancy grocer ies, including the very best brauds of Hour to be found in the market. The proprietors are wide awake gentlemen, and purchase their goods at the very lowest rates, thus enableng them tu give their customers the very best and purest goods, and at prices that defy competition. Give Wilkes & Co. a call for pure, fresh goods. mmmggzmi y-i U'fctS CirSE Ui. flSH FAI1S. . ici ccn;h bicp. '.'vviiGooj. Vaai 2g3& yjr) '" :'-&. i3.1.2L7c &u What's the Matter With Buying her One for Chfistmas? Come and see how cheap we are .selling them. Select one now and have it put aside to be regulated, j on need not pay for it until you take it away. You will also get your choice of all the newest and prettiest Styles before they are picked over. Another thing, we have some RED HOT bargains that we Wo'nt have later on. Why.' Rcranse the first comers won't leave any. See: THOflAS JEWELRY HOUSE .New Fur ANGEVSNE & KENT, Succesors to Angevine, Novinger & Co., Are now in Their New Quartei' On the West Side of the Squat e With a full Line of all the LATEST STYLES IN FURNITURE CALL AND SEE THEM AND GET PRICE Undrtaking A Specialty. FART Look I have just received a fiae CLduC3T3 SZir 3QC3 ' ( u-asnmeres, r rench r oirvrsBQ , Pvdk FAojrvrveVs andQress Fannes A fine line of Prints of the Latest Styles. Ladies and Gents Hosiery, Gloves, Hats and Caps. Roots and shoe:,. Ovcrlialls and Men's Duck Coats, Harness and Piece Work. These Goods will be sold at low down prices. WANTED 5,000 Dozen Poultry for which I will pay the Highest Price in Cash. Cash Paid for all kinds of PRODUCE if you want Cash. Call and See my Goods before Purchasing Elsewhere. W. B. REYNOLDS, GREENTOP, HO. Finest line of lamps in the city is now on exibition at McKeehan -t?poiV ' ,v .tteeu s. a M.D.Cole still conducrs the undertaking department A. Cole. f av POULTRY AND EGGS. Having purchased the business of Combs & Son, I am iu the mar ket to purchase all your poultry and eggs for which I will pay the highest cash price Call and see i me. Chas. Cole. Pure drugs, and the most relia able patent medicines at Font & McChosnoy's. Albums of all grades at Font & McChesuey's. For Sale. Greencastle Roller Mills, all in good condition. Part cash, balance on time. Reason for selling, poor health. Address J. L. White. Greencastle. Mo. VO.NEV am. PLENTY F II KrtHt"r:i mo ev c u bo oi.ta tl. -hn-.ngh J. U.Thftt hr m h 'ow:'lonh--- ate "f intret. G.ll mul .e ,- him h-f ir" yon innkij tour fpnli-' lurke .. entions. , h , :tieee If you wituc cheap money call on Campbell & Cody. "' T We Want to Talk WATCH to you rK AS071 4- 7 line of all kinds of goods sTVJS, SH csrc nenretta3. si-i Still Alive. f. t, , ,., , . . , C. Borneman, the merchant tailor is still alive, and will make clothing '" t h?.V -Wly. and : as you I'1'1 ", ijuiiui. uv' mm ;i c:iu 1 d C?e iUl nl...J l,v , ' j and leave your ordt False Report. It has been reported thr.t V. D. Cole, who has charge of my r.n It r raking department, would shortly leave my employ. Such report is entirely f.isa. !. I. Cole will con tinue, as now. to conduct my un dertaking depaitmant. . W. A. Cole. Times are not (jood But they will soon ! Iwtfcr as Evans & Craig are now '.selling the best goods for the leu.st money of any one in town or any other sea port. Spencer Block." next to the CMdv factory. Font & McChesney line of school books. keep a fuU JvIKlCSVU.LEMAUKETS. Eggs 17 Butter Sto 12c Oats 22 to ."Oc Hogs : j to 4.00 Cows and Heifers 2.25 Beeswax Tallow T u Wheat No 2... Milk cows and calves ISc ..3 to tc . ...10c 155c -I.Se IS to 25 I Roosters 10c each SUc pr hund USe ' . . . SJit " " It's peril) t 1 1 -.y si, i Mixed Feetl !r I'""1 Spring Chickens o .- t-s ,Coni :rt m n. ft I 1 KB r -i . -U m l it m m PI t -yt. --$? &- ' -wy.ijjfcaaw-i ii liiiftiu '.'