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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 January 1876

1 Joiima . Ft 1 ' Soet I : pie.ar- , . ; 'who T-, ' ' iS& VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FBIPAY. JANUARY 7, 187 f Q NO. 3. Robejr and ft 1 lltSl j as oft fori 'I'R I , i I V two'!!; WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday BT N. C. BURCII. or yt , f . me"l. ,r Terms of Subscription i arm? T lng' copies, per year fl 60 olio J 31ub8 of ten per year 1 25 con J . . 21ubs of twenty, per year 1 00 Cat! w HTVAMABLY IN ADVANCK. who iMW n A TTTHMPHHlVr Josephs County, t : o i .. in.,;.,,, c. wit t tt k rTTrv 'thn nlllirP8 ot Ul ; ; series ot cfl t AND S u R 6 c R Yi i'J James Gillespie, or t t cx-Speakt-r 19 inw-anK acnniiuis liuiuung. born on the last i;i - -. emigrated from the Wqb BAISEiV, ern Pennsylvania w , his iaiiritv and tri O Q1Trftr.-r CsHeiro. Pennsysv.i.ail (S OUIgeOIl. .rebiUuni-H in Maim . ,. , A.and editorial olmir and residence m Lamktn s -;- KennetH-c : wivMlding, opposite National - ioy" " , Exchange liank. and has since , Henry nitchy R AL ESTATE f GENTi JEFFERSON C...

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. — 7 January 1876

The Stte Journal. FRIDAY, DECKMBEBSir-IK&C 177(51870. The Centennial -ar. (Hory. The old year plosed with gold at 113. Kx. Governor Carpenter of Iowa has accepted th position (it Second Comp. trnller ut v nshington. Secretary Belknap l-f t Washington Sat urday night lor Iowa. It U already known that hp is a candidate for tho United State Senate in the place ot Judgo Wright vim retires in order io resume, tho prac tice law in that State. At the late meeting t the Teachers of MNomi at New Mexico, it was agreed 4hat the nest annual meeting of the asso ciation he held at JfflVrson City, in con junction with a convention of County Su nerinlendents Notwithstanding crooked whisky seiz ures and alleged reduction of the internal tveniHti on account of the stopping ol ihe business of distilleries it seems that the increise of 1875 over 1874 has amount Cd to $7,000,000 while the reduction from Customs amounted to $2,000,000. All". S. Kierolf the editor of the Carrol ion Democrat thinks som...

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. — 7 January 1876

wit-' idej rnai s t r re- a jf con ' f tHS. If ilck- DIN , dfal x orld lave ilesa anly fine iave etch ri- cion nan ig tin a; 1 a. 1 From Ihe Rochester f Union. Squire f Blaine, m he wu called, the lather ol ex Speaker James Gillespie Blaine, was a president oi. Fayette County, Ta. He was i W Catholic, but married a Miss Gilles pie,: a member of an old Catholic lamlly, who were. onoe. wealthy, but who, meet ingwith referses, emigrated West, somo ta Texas and others to Southern Illiaois. Squire Blaine became a convert to tho re ligious iaith oi his wite.and lived and died jjjf a firm believer in it. He had five sons and .B two. daughters James, kpbraim, JNciI, V Robert and John, and Mary and Eliza, . and all weio brought up strict and practl- cal Catholics. Neil is dead. Kphraim was iVlast heard from in tho Southwest, in Tex f as or Mexico ; Robert is a clerk in one ol : .1 I . 1 HI.S.. . T,.1.n In ears 1 fcf " iisuiuk""1 u"" io rin" ' W or wa8 an a2cnt of tue omc0 Hepart- v ot Robert...

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. — 7 January 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. JANUARY 7. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Tice is failure. Will we need a new Jallt Centennial Is year, already. Her bright smile haunts me still." A hung jury the grand jury. The rump court Bingham's grand jury. Look out for tax levies by the collector. The handwriting is that of the Attorney-Gen ernl. The whispered consultations will soon be over. The young ladies will have their own way or one year. Monte men aro moving eastwardly and having good success. The Chicago resurrectionist, Dr. Wilder, has been arrested in Iowa. Insure with Oscar O. Rurch, general fire and tife Insurance agent. Only a verr trave man will dare to call this week on lady out of her teens. The Pension Pay Agency of this section ought to be located heie at the Capital. Wood-can ing and Terra Cotta works would flourishbere, it vigorously attempted. Chicago proposes to furnish a little rerlal mu sic for the benefit of the whisky ring. Priesmever is getting out a "new thing" in genu summer shoes. P...

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. — 7 January 1876

nor nation, nor both combined, shall sup port institution! of learning other than those sufficient to afford every child grow ing op In the laad ' the opportunity of a : good common-school education, anmixed ' with sectarian, pagan, or atheistical deg mas, Leave the matter of religion to the family altar, the church, and the private school, supported entirely by private con trlbutinns. : Keep the church and the slate for ever separate. With these nafeguards I believe the battles whioh created the Ar my ot the Tennessee will not hare been fought in vain." Taking all things into consideration.the speech is fully equal to any written pro puotien ot the President. It is direct. It 19 IUIU 1 19 UiauiJ -Kill TSvavwwf pu far superior to any other oration which we have heard of from the name distin- OTilnl Al Mi4an PawaiiI fill thin era ft at presses, better than many imagine, the common sentiments ot the American peo ple. We have not been surprised at the gen eral applause with which it ha...

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. — 7 January 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 7. 1876. CIRCUIT COU11T. Tl.o Militia Scrip Indictments. The Cole Circuit Court held a session Monday morning Tor the purpose of acting preliminari ly upon the lndictinrnt8 returned by the grand jury on Saturday last. After examining the indictments, His Honor, Judge Miller, announced to Mr. Lay, attorney for Gen. John D. Crafton, that the General was under a continuing bond to answer the charge of forgery onlv; whereas there were three other indictments presented by the grand jury for obtaining money upon false and forged instruments, for falsely and fraudulently procuring signatures, and lor destroying public records. Upon thes threo indictments he should order the General into the custody of the Sheriff, until he might obtain additional se curity or bond. C. J. Uundelfingcr, formerly clerk in the ot fice of Adjutant-General under General Craf ton. was arraigned under an indictment for de stroying public records, and entered into bond for his app...

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. — 7 January 1876

( teife Sato JonrnaL "Friday January 7. i7c. 11. D. Parson and Valentine Werner, of St. Louis, are at McCarty's. The correspondent of the St. Louis Times has taken a big contract from appearances. The Merchants Exchange, St. Louis, have two election tickets In the field.' Regular and , Reform. We presume Gen. Bingham will be willing to reimburse Cole county out of bis contingent fund. ' . ! J , ' '. There is this paradox In life : it makes some men ridiculous, but prevents others from be coming so. The loveliest faces are to bo seen by moon light, when one sees hall with the eyo and half roith the fancy. The greater the difficulty the more glory in surmounting It . Skillful pilots gain their rep utation from storms aid tempests. The Sedaila Democrat seems to have died with the old year as we have not seen any of its issue since the beginning ol 187G. The "ajrial music" of the March term of the United States District Court promises to bo more startling than that of the last terra. "S...

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. — 7 January 1876

Tho Stato Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 7. 1876. ; Tiik CiiiLDnooo of A Queen. Even in childhood Victoria exhibited thotte ster ling qualities of mind and heart which have mada her so beloved and respected by all Bhe world. Queen Victoria's daughters have all been .very carelolly educated ; and as for Queen Nictoi la herself, when she was a child, there seems to have been no end to the things that were expected of her little la djship. It was not until she was twelve years old that she understood that she might one day become Queen. Being only the niece of the reigning monarch, William IV., who had no chil dren, but who might possibly have them, her wise mother did not want Victoria's bead elated with dreams of a crown she might never wear. However, sho one day discovered it by what we might call an arranged accident, for a genealogical table was slipped into her history, and thero little miss found it. She took it up, so her old governess told the story, and reading it said, 'I see I am...

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. — 14 January 1876

J ournal. VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY. MO- FRIDAY, JANUARY 14,187. NO. 4. The State WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published E7017 Friday BY N. C. BURCII. Terms of Subscription I ingl copies, per year $1 50 Clubs of ten per year 1 25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Dr. 0. A. THOMPSON, WILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Room 8. Frank Schmidt's Building. SR. JXTO. BAXSEH, physioian & Surgeon. (fcfr Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap25-ly, HENRY NITCHY R AL ESTATE f SENT, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Bay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. Office over White Janvier's store, High Street dec.27 72hf FRED ROMMEL, DEALER IX .Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fairchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. IUGH STREET, c.27,,72-iv Jefferson City, Mo Clias. L. Busch. Chica...

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. — 14 January 1876

I In t : is v at, a Tho State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 14. 1876. Tennessee had a trlpple hanging Friday. No little bad blood is being displayed iu Congress over the amnesty bill. Tho Seventh annual meeting of the State Horticultural Society is now being held it St. Louis. Minister Washburn dcolinesto be a can didate for tho Presidency in a very pleas ing letter otherwise. The Osccolo Sentinel hoists .the name ot Waldo P. Johson for the next Gover nor of Missouri. A gang of counterfeiters is the latest St. Louis revelation. Whisky rings, horse thieves ami counterfeiters keep her courts busy. Let those who are interested in the man tgement of our Stato Penitentiary read the article on State Prisons published elsewhere. Whether O. P. Q bv his querry "Is this neresy ?" expects some one to take issue with tho principles laid down by him, we leave our readers to decide for themselves. It ij not our fault that we are unable to lav before our readers tho conditions and names attached to the...

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. — 14 January 1876

Bo Natural, 10 muslo tho note designated asu natnr i is very near to the one designated as B At. nnrl Ifin Inttnr la niton mino (or the ormnr hv nncu t ivatea sineers. it is very noch the same with respec. to manners ,f people fail to be natural.it cent-rally mppens that they come to be flat. Any ifloctatlon is disagreeable. reople are apt to think that in order to e nolite it is necessary to adopt a certain t . i .. . i. i H t IJIO VI UU.tllUGIS, USU U mibll.ui.&l PITb VI hrases, and speak with a mineins pro nunciation. Lord Chesterfield was a creat . . 'f tfliy persons made his rules their stand- f d that they all acted and spoke prt-ttr Much alike. variety, wntcn is tne spice f'lile, was to bo lound only in the lower alks of society, where Lord Chesterfield as unknown, i A sluvlar result is accomplished in some ff our large schools, especially those for Jirls. The pupils are all cut out, so as to 'peak, alter a certain pattern, and are reventcd, if possible, from developing n...

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. — 14 January 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. JANUARY 14. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Coat 11 cents per bushel. ,0tg plenty at 20 to 30 eetits per bushel. Cole county bonds wanted for Investment. Look out for a sudden change in the weather. Billy Rydoi Is getting fat since his confine ment. Another hotel burned at Chicago. Loss, $25,000. And now Springfield, Illinois, is afllieled with crooked whlky. Tho seasons have changed and will have to be renamed. The Receiver of the Laud Office at Pueblo, Col., has failed as asuicldist. Each State seems to rival the other in fur tiixhing first class swindlers. The city council of St. Louis is said to bo on the reform order. Judse Dillon did not sustain Bowman iu the three-cornered railroad fissht. There ought to be a steam corn shelter at this place. There would be money in it. Gimme the dagger-s-s-s was not what she laid but give mt that buby. Milo Blair, of the Boonville Eagle, has be oome secretary of a gas company. Kindness is the golden chain by which socie ty is bou...

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. — 14 January 1876

JACKSON'S ORATE. One needs, indeed, tome Apology for darlnst to touch to sacred subject I These lines dedi cated to Mrs. Jackson, and written in 1865 have been kept from that day to this most Closely and becomingly relied. And now they are only offered as the humblest of tributes in compliment to the ever hereafter memorable twenty-sixth of October, to testify the tender interest and loving homage with which we of this once-honored valley regard the occasion that unveiled in the capltol square at Rich mond, Virginia, the statue of our dear, dead hero. Halt! rilgrira, halt! Thou cast not pass This silent sentry box below. Though he that's on that post alas ! May challenge neither friend nor foe. And be it so. We'd sooner thrust Our Cid Campeador therein Dead as he is and gone to dust Than halt the forms of living men. Sacred to him this Valley now ! Her hero tniardian. patron saint His laurels hang on every bough, Ilcr breath is his triumphal chant. Sleep, Jackson, sleep! Thy mother ...

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. — 14 January 1876

The State Journal, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1876. SUNDAY AT THE TOMBS. Judffo IHxby's First Appearanco this Year nt the Tombs. As a compliment to Jusllco Bixby, whoso first appearance it wai this Centennial year, there were precisely 109 prisoners brought up at the Tombs yesterday. GeoigeF. Adams, of Rochester, made his debut before a metro politan audience In tho role of a drunk anil dis orderly. His style Is marked by a few crudi ties, and is notably deficient In force, as It only took three officers to run him In. Nevertheless his make up was good, barring a aovpeon too much plaster over the parietal bone nnd not quite enough swelling round tho right eye, and he read his lines well, though without the surly hoarseness of the finished artist. With time Mr. Aclasis will Improve nnd be a dis credit to the profession. He said ho was out of a situation ; generally worked at getting water -out of houses. The Court replied that, ut this time of tho year artists who could cot water Into house...

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. — 14 January 1876

The State Journal ! FRIDAY. JANUARY 14. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Bad colds. Moonshine. Plenty of business. Guess those grasshoppers need overcoats by this time. - That was a regular Waterloo doteat Tuesday , tight. The St. Joseph Insurance Companies seem to do a dividend business. 'Three fingered Jack" is doing St. Joseph, Atchison and other up-river towns. Boonvillo has its work-house completed, ready for occupancy. State Auditor Ilollklay is absent in St. Louis for a few days. linn. R. T. Van Horn, of the K. C. Journal, has gone to Washington. A new sherltT's sale free of incumbrance is to be had ol the lessees' mules. "Thou wilt come no more gentle Annie" is the refrain of that Insurance man's song jutu HOW. A line from Kemp G. Cooper informs us that he arrived at Denver on the 6th instant, safe and sound. County warrants are at par. and onr peop'o can as wnll afford to venture a little enterprise (n the way of building roads as not. A Sedalia firm paid F. & J. Hurt farmer of Cooper...

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. — 14 January 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 14. 1876. THE DYNAMITE PLOT, Thomson's Career In Europe America. and A Correspondent oi the London Daily News, writing From Bremen respecting the explosion, says: "The author of this appalling catastrophe died at Dremerhayen at 4,80 p, m. on Thursday last, death re sulting from the self-inflicted wounds. Alter being trepanned on Thursday morn ing his state was such as no longer to ad mit ol his undergoing a legal examina tion. The name William King Thomas, alias Thomson, under which he passed for many years, seems to have been fictitious. He refused to give any inUrmation respect pectiug his past life. In conversation hesaid he wasa native in New York, to w Inch place his parents had emigrated some thirty years ago. Another statement is to the effect that they went to New York some time between the years 1830 and 1840, and subsequently moved to Virginia.where he was educated. He taught on the Conled erate side during the secession war, and is said ...

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. — 21 January 1876

The Journal VOL. 4, JEFFERSON CITY. MO., FRIDAY. JANUARY 21, 187. & NO. 5. n State WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday BY N. C. BURCII. Terms of Subscription t lngl copies, per year ft 60 Clubs of ten per year 1 25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. SE. JXTO. BASER, physi ioian & Surgeon. ftOffico and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap25-ly. HENRY NITCHY R AL ESTATE GENTr JEFFERSON CITY, MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS eion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lunds Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. Office over White fc Jauvic.r's store, High Street dcc.27 72hf FRED ROMMEL, DEALER IX Books fc Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CIIRO Mnos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Arent for Fairchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. "a IITGH STREET, Jefferson City, Bib .ai.'-fa-iv Clias. 3L. Busch. -Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main anil Jefferson Sts JEFFERSON CITY, MO. LARGE STOC...

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. — 21 January 1876

TIxo Stato Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 21. 187C. "United States vessels ol war r0 col lecting nt Port Royal. forty-right hours from Cuba,"' is tin; significant news that, roaches us from the East. What iftho powers ol Europe refuse their moral sup port' to, in case 4l' .the intervention ol tho United Slates in the affairs ol ChIiu? Would it hurt any body ? Wo arc informed ly a gentleman, whom we must, say is perlectly reliable ,that the new Lessees wiil positively be up to-day, and w'ul bring their real estate, and other security with them. Commodore Mont gomery, Mr. Mellatton and oilier distin guished gentlemen who have all "had" large fortunes, and said to be "interest ed" and will bael; them in their Enterprise. A sneeial to the St. Louis Republican from Washington says : There is the best authority for the statement that the whist key prosecution have recovered their mis ving witness, Everest cashier, fit tho St. Louis ring, and he is now on his way to St. Louis, ami will be on han...

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. — 21 January 1876

A MISSOURI PIONEER. The Record ot a Useful Lift.' Interesting Facts from the liil'o , History of Governor Clcorjjo : Smith. The St. Joseph Herald ot Sunday last lavors its readers with an exceedingly readable biographical, sketch of Ex-Gov. George Smith, one of the best men among the Pioneers of Missouri. The article is ol too great length to lay before our read ers at one time in consideration of our space, nnd wo are forced to content our sclt with an extract trom its concluding portions. , IS THE MISSOUHt LF.GISLATKKE. In the fall ot 1852 Gov. Smith was elect ed to the Legislature ns a Henton Demo crat. When tho regular session of '52-63 was convened, tho political cauldron was at boiling heat. Sterling Trice, a bitter opponent to tho Benton Democrats, was inaugurated as uovernor early in .January 1853. In the Senate Gov. Robert M. Stewart was the leader ot the ultra Dem ocrats : Thomas Allen, now Tresideut ot tho Iron Mountain road, marshaled the Whiir forces: Gen. Thomas L. Tri...

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. — 21 January 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. JANUARY 21. 1876. 1 LOCAL NEWS. Out In the cold. This is good Ico weather. The new lessees aro In town. Cigar smoko turns violets green. Mrs. Hough is lying quite ill. Blaine's trap Is what some call it. Take a new lease if the old don't suit. It is etiquette tor the lady to "wink" first. The Democrats are afraid of Cincinnati. Columbia has had its Leap Year Party also. The fire-bugs are at work in Warrensburg again. The war against the rings still continue in St. Louis. Hnnnay is coming, and with him his fighting editor. Tho arson case in St. Louis concluded with a hung jury. The West St. Louis Savings Bank has sus pended. The horses in Greeno county are dying from pneumonia. General Henderson and Colonel Dyer arc in Washington. Chinch-bugs promise to be plenty in Phelps county this vcar. Rev. W. M. Prottman is preaching revival sermons at Palmyra. Mr. Ira E. Barnes, of Sedalia, wants to be Coal Oil Inspector. Tho wife of Jesse James has twins. She lives i...

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