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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 17 December 1875

--v.-f"V."v.jy.r irK OAItEFDI. WHAT TOD SAT. In speaking of ft person's faults , Prsy don't forget vour own ; ' Bemember those With homes of gist ' 1 Should loldora throw ft itone ; If we brd nothing elio to do But talk of them who Mo, ; . , Ttsbetter we commence at home,, , And Irom that point begin. We have no right to judge man Until he'i fairly tried; 8hould wo not like hli company, We know the world li wide ; 8ome may have faults and who have not? The old as well as young. Perhaps we may for aught we know. Have fifty to their one. Fll tell you of a better plm, And find It works lull well : To try my own defects to cure Before of others tell ; ' And though I sometimes hope to bo No worse than some I know, My own shortcomings bid me let The faults of others go. Then let us all when we commence To slander friend or foe, Think of the harm one word may do To those we little know; Uemember curses, sometimes, like Our chickens "roost at home ;" Don't npeak of other's faults until We h...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 17 December 1875

The State Journal, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1875. WHAT XVK MISSED. A BIp-raarlDK Good Time. Will the public kicker please call at our of Ucef Wo have visited our ash barrel nnd heap td lt contents on our erring head, and are re penting in luch article of tack-cloth as were near at hand and nil becauso our business flares drove from our mind last evening the storm party at the Tcnnessco House. If it were possible we would step outside of our cor porosity, tuke the aforesaid into the seclusion of our back-yard, and kick It soundly. Particular ly did we feel so Inclined when we heard a cen tenarian participator deliver himself in regard to that party in words d figures as follows : "It was the rip-rearlngest old party vou ever aw. Sixty of us, mostly men and women, left the Tribune office, headed by the band and Tennic, and marched right up into the dining room withtnt a moments' notice, not in the sur prise party style where Just warning enough Is given to render your hosts uneasy and hur...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 17 December 1875

ft i . 1 I; V us bo- "i .,t f tfcoX tto Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1878. . LOCAL NEWS, v John n. Ey, of Montgomery county has been recommlssloned notary public. The Governor bat appointed Geo. B. Clark, of St. Louis, ootary public , Rolllt and Rollit and Plcklt and Flcklt, and tost It In the oven and bake it Henry Cox, one of the partr Injured In the Koeltzlown fight, bat since died. CANDIES only 23 cents rcr pound at An drae'i. . . decl7-dftwtill 25th. The steamer Mattie Belle, of Rocheport, has lccn libelled. Sec advertisement elsewhere. Captain Fisher has a dispatch from Mr. Brooks thnt the new ferryboat is off the bar ane heeling It for home with all speed. Send on your advertisements, friends, we'll make room for them if we are compelled to en large our paper. Lemuel Miller, of Daviess county, sentenced two years for grand larceny, has been pardoned under the three-fourths rule. J. S. Botsford, Esq., went to St. Louis last evening called thither by a telegram announc ing the...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 17 December 1875

,.. . 4 The State Journal; FRIDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1875. MORE BRAINS THAN BEAUTY. Pretty Is that Pretty Does. Some newspaper writer rcviows the la mentable truism that literary women are seldom boautirul. Their features, partic ularly their lorehends. are more or less masculine. But there are exceptions to rules, and Mies Landon was an exception to this one. She. wa exceedingly femi nine and pretty. Mrs. Stanton, likewise is a pretty woman. Miss Anthony and Mrs. Livesroore are both plain. Mary and Jane Porter were women ot high brows and irregular features, as was also Miss Sedgwick. Anna Dickinson has a strong masculine lace ; Kate Field has a good looking, but by no means pretty one. and Mrs. Stowe is thought to bo positively homely. Alice and Phoebe Cary were both , plain In features, though their sweetness ' ol disposition added greatly to their per " aonal appearance. ' Margaret Fuller had ' a splendid head, but her features were ir regular, and she was anything but hand some, tho...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 24 December 1875

745. 7 7r v. , &ST. U.'O. ttOTKT. v L WM Mt Wkitowxhad-Am KnmUt itnlM After Dm larMUtaUoa- TlM Wf of tka Cm. r . -m i . a. i 11 i i I IKTl a, V. UOVBT WM IlOt VOIWVHIIM I1J lb Fnabrtarr of Oaage Jwblch tried talm In tbU ,v lt on the 14th and 18th, ot this month. There k( ir4 ko evidence to (attain the charge! prc JwTred. A committee from the Presbytery went to Chicago, where the aliened crlmei ' won aald to have been committed, and brought oeci an ine nwumoay iney couia procure, alter . - iwnD'lf nicngu, lur uuo wcgk. jib was ehargtd In tbe papera with having been Ihloxl ,.: eated at the time of hii arrest. The officer who , arretted him stated to the committee that he ' (Mr. Ilovey) waa not drunk, nor did be hove ' the appearance of bavins been drinking. T' ' ' officera at the police station gnvo to the " mlttee the aame testimony. The men . came his bondsmen, Rev. Dr. Goodw' Goodrich, of Chlcigo, stated that-.. $1 50 under the Influence of liquor ' 1 55 .'. htm at the police s...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 24 December 1875

The State Journal. FIT! DAY. DKCEMBER 24. 1875. Tho Court house at Camden Ark., Tbe finest In tho Stnte, was destroyed by Are Sunday morning. All county records and papers destroyed with It. The national Republican committee will meet nt Washington on January 18. to appoint a time and place, for holding the next national Republican convention. Hon. II, 11. Johnson., has resigned his position as Assistant U. S. Attorney, nnd wl!l henceforth drvoto himself tolhe prac tice of his Irnfesslon in cases outside of Government prosecutions. Tho comments of tho democratic press on the subject lead us to the conclusion that it w:is fjcnoral ll'-nderson and not tho eyi di'iico tint eamed tho conviction of Mc Donald and Avery in the St. Louis whisky fraud ruses. It thera is nnv doubt nhont convicting the untried parties to the St. Louis whisky fraud cases, we recommend that they bo turned orer to the tender mercies of ,T. S, Botsford Esq., and Judge Krekcl of the Western District, A (Ilohe-Dcmnc...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 24 December 1875

&2V. C. ttOYKT. tit tratf Mt WKHmiM-Ai ttMmbl . Assjal-tsi After P t tlUo ', ThrMtaTMaf thOBM. "' : , Rev. H. C. Hover was not whitewashed by : th FmbyUry of Osage Jwbtch Hied htm in this tity on ths Uth and ISO ol this month. There , initio evidsaw to sustain the charges pre JlfTed. A committee from, tlw Presbytery went to Chicago,' where the alleged crimes :, wen Mid to have been commuted, end brought 4 beck ell the testimony they could procure, after . searching Chicago for one week. lie wee :, ibargtd In the paper with having been lnloxl :' .' eated at the time of his arrest. The cfllcer who ' arrested him stated to the committee that he '-. (Mr. Hovey) was not drunk, nor did he have : the appearance of having been drinking. The " officers at the police station gavo to the com , mlttee the same testimony. The men who be . came hit bondsmen, Rev. Dr. Goodwin and Dr. , Goodrich, of Chicsgo, stated that he was not under the Influence of liquor when they saw .. him at the police...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 24 December 1875

The State Journal. FltlDAY. OK'-KMBKR 2t. 1875. THE GALLOWS. Henry IIolleiiMchclt Executed Full History f his Crime, Gallows Scene. From the Dailv of Salnrdav, Dec. 18.1 Front the timi- Ciilu in tho wickedness v hi heart murdered his brother Abel, th" iwnril il crime bus continued to tlio irvint rtity . Ami while 111:111 lives nnd the wur.d moves iiii in it present course, nmnli-r will no lult lie In qnent. Tlii ir l the papers dully teem with tlio record t criinet, llie sicken in ir recitals of whirh the iulli" mind leasts upon with iTitrrilile tuseinutton, yet crimo is con demned liy all wlin proless civilization, and jjo eminent is upheld lluit society whv lie protected Irmii its mvaaes. Fur 11 time it may seem that crime has its own wtty unrolniked Imt 1'UIII.IU OPINION will eventlullv prevail, unci the uws for the suppression ol el imo and the punish Uient ol eriinitmls lie enlorced. Theso retmirks lire suirtrested in writing up lh tragedy wliieli closed nt Her man testcrriuy, ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 24 December 1875

flrrt appearance In tha mlgkborhood of the Holjiuscbeldrs nnd stopped at tbe hoote of the prisoner few times, lie appeared to be an In dustrious, man and a skilful laborer. lie had not b-n In the neighborhood a f-reat while be for tbe old man Uollenscbeldt proposed to him that he - . ,.' '. MARRY IIIS DACOIITKR. ' Mkd lire with them, suggesting aa an Induce ment, that when nt, the old man, and hi wife were (rone, that he, Chris. Alband, and the, daughter, could have the farm. Alband, who. It seems, had been tramping around for a number of yean, although he bad had but a month to consider the proposition, accepted It and married tbe girl, who was a weak minded consumptive, aa appears. Shortly after tbe marriage it seems a quarrel arose between the family and Alband. lie had commenced to work around among the neigh bors and to earn money. The old man Insisted that he should apply this money towards help ing the family along. Alband protested that he should ' ' ' . DO AS HK rLKASKK wit...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 24 December 1875

The State! JonrnaL FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1875. COLORADO Grecly, Evan, South Platte Valley. Denvf.ii. Col Dec. 10, 1875. Editor State Journal: On the 3d Inst. I lctt Boulder City ior Denver, staid at Donvcr over night, and lclt on the Denver Pacific R. H. (a blanch of the K. P.) for Grecly on the 4th. The route is down the valley of the South 1'latto, the I nee ol tho country gently un dulating, and distance 52 miles. The soil, almost unilormly, is a sandv loam, with an intermixture of fine gravel, giving the surface a dry and thirsty appearance. When properly irrigated it produces largo crops. On the bottoms, where irrigation is lea.st expensive, there is considerable iarmine done. But tho higher lands can be Irrigated only by ditches many miles in length, and consequently at largo cost. They are therefore likely to bo used lor herding for many years to come. Only by largo capitalist, or extensive, and in the present selfish state of mankind, almost impossible co-operation, can these...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 24 December 1875

The State Journal " FRIDAY. DECEMBER 34. 1875. & .' LOCAL NEWS. 1, , ..' . U i. :.'. f I M I J. .'v ;i M panic hm BQMiaea. " Too floe weather for December. " E. L. King has moved Into towu. vvuiq vu iiiii i v in ivvih uuuu iv wilt , Col. J. L. Btttlnger ti at Mccarty's. .The Tribune folks spell Shakspeare with a 'Shake." CANDIES only 29 cent! P'-r pound at Ad rtrae's. ilecl7-dAwtill i3tb. , Ten dollar Is tho apparent size of the aver age Jeffersonian'i pllo. Amos Green is In the city on United States Court business. Hon. Geo. Smith. U. S. Marshal, Is in the, at tending special term of court. Better have no friends at nil, than such as mill stand by you In tho hour of need. C. W. tollman has been appointed Postmas ter of 8trlnetown. The postoffice is now in good running order. The public school teachers of the city have seen no money for their services since the first of November. How is this thus? Watches, Clocks and Jewelry sold and re paired at Gross' New Jcwcly Store, nigh st...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 24 December 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1875. I . THE GRANGERS, Report of Committee on 8 u crea tions for tho good of tl.e order. Worthy Master Brethren and Sisters of theMissmiri Stale Orange. Tim field assigned to your committee on suggestions for the good ol the order, is one of such vast inaciiittulo and vnricty that wo are at a loss to know nt which cor ner to begin, boing very certain that some part must bo left untilli'ul by them ; they can therefore only be desirous of pointing to tho moro important places that may ba prolific ot profitable and satisfactory re sults. SOCIABILITY, MOUAI.ITY, 1NTKLLKJKNCB. Suggestion 1st. We are or tho opinion that the social moral irol intellectual im provement of the membership ot our order should receive the first place in our dolib erations and publications, and bo not see ordury in importance t dollars and cents, or more modern ly speaking, tno financial and business features ot our fraternity. NO 8III1SKIXO OK UI.'TY. Sug. 2. tt is the d...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 December 1875

Journal. .lie 1. VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY, MO.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1875. NO. 2. State .it M I WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, ; Published Every Friday IIV N. C. 1JURCII. Terms of Subscription I ingl copies, iicrycm fl 30 Clubs of ten per year 1 Club of twenty, per year 1 00 IXVAK1AI1I.Y IN ADVANCK. Dr. 0. A. THOMPSON, WILL PHACTICE M EDICT'S AO SURGERY. Room 3. Frank Schmidt's Biiildinir. SH. JITO. BA25.EB., phys'cian & Surgeon. $Offico and residence in Lnmkin'u new buildir.r. opposite National Exchange Bank. riii)2"-iv, HENRY NITCHY R AL ESTATE GENT; JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxes, Kedccm Lauds Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &e. Office over While fc Janvier's store, Tlish Street . doc.27 72bf FltED KOMMEL, HEALER IN Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper nuil Pictures. Pi:tnre liVnmes miido to nnlnr. Aifenfc for Vnireliild's W Gold Pens. AH orders will' receive prompt at- F . tentlnn. HIGH STREET, ; '"I c.27.'72-lv ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 December 1875

The Stato Journal, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1875. If the city of J fl'i r.n v cr succeeds in maintaining n position among tho prosper OU" cities f tho Stale, its people must rely tip-ni some method other than that of prey ing upon inch oilier. Tho remark applies gi iiimlly, but with peculiar emphasis to this town. The more tho subject Is diseased, tho more apparent become tho necessity tor an adjourned session ol tho Legislature to dispose of the Penitentiary question. Tho irnal system of .Ml 'souii demands legis lation and it is worse than folly to neglect it longer. Orn Advetisixo Coi.tJixs jrivo notico U'lii Messrs. Horace Waters & Si,!s, ol New York, aro offering unusual induce ments during the 1 1 1 i 1 ivs Season to those Who purpose billing l'ianos or Organs, Recent exchanges contain the announce m nt i f the marriage ol Mr. Horace W t-Ts, Jr., which laot we consider ns cvi lenee ol tiiu steady prosperity of this enterprising firm. dcc51-ll Wb do not siinpuse th it, our heart...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 December 1875

:.Y ' r . V Tbtwortof fh ion la alow," ' '' Bat at rart m heaven we know j " 8 we'll Bot forget, When tbe iklet are wet, There'i green pui under tbe mow. When the wlnda of winter blow, Walling, like Tolce of woe j , There ere April ehower, And buds end flower, . And green gross under the raow. .- We And that It Is ever so, In this life's nneven flow ; We've only to wait, In the thee of fate, For green grass under the snow. CHRISTMAS DOING8. Following Is a partial record of Christmas times elsewhere : New York. A driving storm succeeded by a general drizzle. Religious services, Christmas trees nnd charity dinners. A quarrel over a brace of pigeons resulted In the fatal shooting .of August Zourow, a married man. Louisville. All classes celebrated. A row (occurred In tlio morning in which sundry bad 1 characters were bndlycut. Gallatin, Tcnn. At a Christinas eve. purty Joel Barnes was shot dead by Z. Suddclie, all about a chair. srj '" Memphis. Christmas was celebrated in tho greatest ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 December 1875

. , , .. ! ., ,. . .!.i.-..,..' ,. ,' - ,V , v , , 0 ... .... ..; . ,.'-.. . , ...... . ... . i,:. . - s-,.- i : V''v t I; 1 1 is,-.", V.n- ft' ' m The State Journal, FRIDAY. DKCKMBKU 31. 1875. LOCAL NEWS. Never mind. It will l your turn next. Rev. Adams penbndy returned homo from Colorado Frlilav morning. Warwick Bolton. frit nds will bo plensod l, rettmipd home from school to spend tho holidays, rhmm' V Fillcv. of St. Louis, hns paid nnn.oOO worth of note which ho Indorsed for a friend. The singing of Mi- D illl" Reich ut the ex hlhlilon of tlm fs)nkir:ir( t'tuli, lit Ilarmonio. Iut ViMlnlnv nllit. win very ewei't, Imlceil, MU.ni llP ll'ttiMin. l:miritop of Col. David V. Iinuldin.nl Si-dallM. dli 'l In Austin, Texas ViMlnfdav pvpnlnv. ol i'oiiiunpii"n. Wlipn $40,000 worth or property won't hrinjt $1.5tK) at tor Iwile.lt l reity near time to cnnelmle tlmt tlip liottom Is out of thln.es In that town. nrelv. In iho eireiiit c-mirt TlHirdiiy the Jurv In Hie case of the Htnte vi. rhrls...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 December 1875

Tho State Journal. Topic of To-dny. 1875. 1875. 1875 "mi V S; i 4 7$ 'i'vf I !V Sr a i r 3. r! 5J ,' FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1875. HONANZA JIM. IIY WYOMING KIT. "What I Granger, don't you know Bonanza Jim Of Wild Man's Gulch! Why, It war him As struck It so rich in hid claim last year. - Jferer he'rd. on't? I'll swar that's queer, . And ye want tho story? Wall, lem'me seo. My millet's so dry I caut talk free But then, eh? take drink f Wall, yes. TwoiiMn't bo sqnnr' to rcfise, I guess. I think It worback in 'Oil Old Jim cum out from soma Eastern State, lie bummed around Laramie City, an' bent Ills grub where lie could, and slop' in tliu struct Till at Inst the p'lice briran to tire Of his lonfin' nnd yanked him al'oro tho squire. Jim hadn't a cent, so they worked it roun', An sire him two hours to leave town; Then lie como over hvnr an'. pitched in with a will To fliikln' a haft up lh:ir on tl.c hill, He built him a cabin near to his claim, An' lived on nuthlii' but mountain game. Folks...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 December 1875

r The State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1875. THK KOELSKTOWN FIGHT. Statement by Mr, Jos. Fork, nn Eic-Witness of the Fight. Mr. Jos. Fork, a resident of Koclslown, called to see us Inst Tuesday, and pave us tome further Information in regard to the Koclstown light, ot which wc published nn account from the Courier of a few weeks ago. Last week wc (rave the story ns toUl by tlio Jefferson City Jofltx.l., wlilch does manifest Injustice to the citizens of the neighborhood In which the difficulty occurred. Here nrc the facts as related to us by Mr. Fork : On Stinduy three weeks ago (the 2Klh day of Nov.) Pavld Cox, his three sons and several other Americans came In Koclstown and visited the shoe shop of Anton Fork, sayiiijt they wanted some work done. One ol the crowd. named Doe West, told Fork to take caro that thev wanted to raise a row Willi him. Anton Fork then went into the shop and took the measure of the Cox boys' feet to make some bootM for them. The old man Cox then called T...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 December 1875

The. State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 81. 1876. , LOCAL NEWS. . . . Olive Logan's coming. Good! ' The Pope appreciate! the Centennial. " The toy merchants ore having their day. Thcsi ro holidays, then why not enjoy tbemf Billy Ryder la booked for a good cell at the pen. , McAdow it Kemp are ntlll building nud grading. Keep a stiff upper lip, and laugh at the freak of fortune. Because- some men are extortioners, all men are not villains. A few more first class funerals are needed at the Capital of Missouri. "Billy McCowen" has removed froui Went Plains to Carthuge. The convicts had a gay old time, at the Peni tentiary on Christmas. Wedding belles make costly chimes amongst the dollars and dimes. Some men ore born to riches, but few have what Is better content. All tho patent outsiders are provided with a patent "Christmas story." Men who received presents on Christmas, look for the blHs on Now Tears. Tbe mills of Messrs. Dulle & Sons are com pelled to stop for want of weeat. Ex-Go...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 December 1875

The State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1875. Other Worlds than Ours" Professor Proctor delivered his lecture entitled "Other Worlds than Ours" lit SteinwftV Hall last evening. The points ol the lecture may bo learned lrora the fol lowing; brief extracts: What we can ascertain definitely about tha planets is their size. This is tho only Inct wo can arrive at. Biologist can tell you the past history of tho earth, and ar rive at the probable way in changes occur in other planets than ours. They are nil still unable to decide whether or not life exists in the far depths of the heavens, be cause they cannot see the living creatures themselves or the place ol their existence. The planets are ail too far away except in tho caso ol onr moon, and there we have arrived at a satisfactory knowedge that it has no lile upon its surlace. 1 want o bring before you a new theory which Dr. Brewster hascallod the hope ol thu philos nher and the hope ol the Christian the the ory that there are other wo...

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