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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 21 January 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 2t. 1876. THE KRUKKD NOTE. Dotlson Will Squeal If to His Ad vantage. A representative of the Journal called on James Dodson at the county Jail, Friday, and bad a brief interview with that person. On making his appearance, Dodson did not seem to recognize the Journal man until he mentioned bit name Dodson, it will be re membered, undertook to discount at the First National Bank lust October, a note drawn on one of the blank forms used by the National Exchange Bank, dated August 81st, for the sum of $173.75, to the order of John Criss and signed "John Gordon," "Kruke Skruks." Dodson at the same time gave tho name of McRea, and represented that be took it in a horse trade. On being informed that it would have to be indorsed by "John Criss," D. said he would have it done and left for that pur pose. IIo soon after returned with the In dorsement and was Informed by tho teller that be would have to leave it thero FOR INSPECTION by the board of directors, ...

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. — 21 January 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 187G. THE CITY MARKETS AND TRADE. Current Comment. I From the Dully of 19th anil 20th. Jefferson city has lying In her bank mid ut the command of licr merchants and dealers all the nionry they need for current use. .In deed a largo excess over mercantile, wants has been on hand for months. The produce trado of the city has been dull the winter through. In pork there has been literally nothing done. There were no hogs in the country to amount to anything. So few and sputtered were they that dealers have not thought it would pav the trouble of hunting them. Nearly nil the surplus has been brought to the pork house of Spannazle & Forth and slaughtered. The prices paid thus far have ranged from $0.60 to $8.75, gross. On yester day (the 13th) they took in a fine lot of hogs FROM JaCOICaXTWEILLER, thirteen pigs, sixteen months old, that averaged 404 lbs. each. The price paid was $0.75 per hundred, gross. In spite of the unfavorable packing weathe...

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. — 21 January 1876

The State Journal. V RID AY. JANUARY 2f. 1876. in i 1 Stilt notice vtyi , tl.il A ' 11 Fli cs are becoming still moreSfrequcnt In tlio county. ... . There Is none so homely but loves a looking glass. . Don't wind vour watches while In church. It sounds bail. . - : ' County Court bus adjourned 16 court 'In course. Major Lusk Is potting u:i a new Index of mortgages and deeds trutj J' l) i i; Leap year docs tiot 'give tliejgirls privilege to write notes to tbo boys while nt church. Political conventions will make the Capital lively for the most part of the current year. An ex-lessre thinks the. prison has been run as Ions s It can bo with cheek and no money. Winslow Judson. a prominent lawyer of the St. Joo bar is at the Madison Ilouse. Now that competition Is pone, the Pacific road N putting up its rates most ruinously. If Swift don't hnrrv up, the lee harvest won't be reached till after the Centennial is over.- General Binsham is on a new trail now. Tho ends of justice forbid that wo...

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. — 21 January 1876

The State Journal, FRIDAY. JANUARY 21, 187G.' SCARLET FEVER. A Successful Method of Treating the Disease. It is as unnecessary lor a child to die o( scarlet lever as it is that it should bo blind with cataract. Let us see : At any tirao belore the body has finished its ineffectual struggle we nre able to help it, not by wonderful medicines, but by the knowl edge of anatomy, and the application ot common sense. We consult the sympa thetic nerve, and do what it commands us to do. We must give this child salt when it wants it; we must give it acid vhen it has a fever and anxiously craves it not vinegar, but lemon juice, because tho first coagulates albumen, and the latter does not, on account of the surplus of oxygen which it contains. To imitate the sooth ing mucus in tho intestines, which is now wanting and, to give some respirato ry food at tho same time, we add some gum-arabic. To restore and relieve tho injured nerve, wo apply moist warmth. In practice we can .fulfill nil this wit...

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. — 28 January 1876

i HI Jour: He na JEFFERSON CITY. MO., FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 181 ft ' VOL. 4. NO. 0 State Y WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Eirery Fritav BY N. C. BUKCII. Tnrmi of Subscription s ingl copies, per yeai 30 Clubs of ten per year 25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1 00 INVARIABLY IX ADVAXCK. WBMlWMIWVWlWW.WIIllltfllJIUllJ' 33R. JSTO. BAEXl, physioian & Surgeon. Office and residence in Lnmkin's uew building, opposite National Exchange Bank. HENRY NITCHY R AL ESTATE GENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMTS slon. Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. OtHco over White S' Janvier's store, Ilisdi Street dce.27 72hf FRED ROJfflEL, DKALKi: IN' Books z Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CIIRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Ascnt for Faircluld's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. HIGH STREET, c.27.'72-ir Jefferson City, Mo Ciias. 3L. Busoh. Chicago Lumber "Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sis JEFFERSON CITY, 3...

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. — 28 January 1876

Tlio Stnto Journal. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 137C. T 12 It It I B L13 A CC I D EXT, A Ulhid Insane Patient Walks oir ft ltoof. . lie rails Fivo Stories and i stantly Killed. In- A shocking accident 1y which the life of n patient was lost, occurred tit the Comity Insane Asylum tliis mornini?. Tim circumstances of tho e.ic iih learned from Dr. X. Devorc How dril, ore fi follows: J;is. II. Acker was tlio name of a patient who ,va cnnlincd in a room on tlio fiflh floor of the eat wing ol tlio asylum. Acker wa.s an imbe elle. blind nml partially paralizcd. His con dition was such that though lie was almost without intelligence, he required but little watching on account of excessive weakness Ho occupied n liltlo hall to which there were two doors, one regularly used for passing in and out of the room urd tho other leading into AN VNVSKP OAKRKT. The latter door was ahvnys kept locked, ex cept when it became necessary to go out on the roof. The doors'ionld have been locked this morning, but for...

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. — 28 January 1876

y The State Journal FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1R76. LOCAL NEWS. . Rain or snow. Weather for worse colds. Springfield, Mo., has Its fire-bugs also. Notwithstanding Tlco still there Is no Ice. The prospect for building In spring is looking i. Bents are advancing, though several houses are vaeRtit. Mr. Davis Is putting up a house for Mr. Boss, adjoining the former's residence. Do not leave tho bank vaults so unguarded at a given time In the day. Look out lor tho "shovers of the queer" said to be In our vicinity. War Is whnt some want if somebody olso will do tho fighting. A It is rumored that the Kansas City & Lex ington Narrow Gauge Howl is insolvent. Dade county people are talking about coin promising their railroad indebtedness. ' The marc used by tho Buithcls, before their butchers wagon Is good on the kick. Tlie bloody ''skirt.'' is tho way an exchange has It. Tho proof reader will soon be dead. The Southern States Immigration Conven tion assembles at New Orleans. March 1, Wo are hi...

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. — 28 January 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. JANUARY 28. 1876. mmmmtmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmammmtm LOCAL NEWS. Friday's fish were good. Whose wig you wearing? Maine has declared for Blaine, Gilded tombs do worms enfold. Tucker was toe Into for supper. Why Is it so ninny Saturday's uro rainy? The Tribune Is setting to be full of old talcs. Gen, Johnson bus purchased R family horse of II. A. Swift. The Missouri Pacific will soon rim through trains to Omaha. The Governor Is reappointing numerous no taries. If you want to achieve success, do not fail to advertise. " ThP railroad travel East and West Is not very extensive these days. The Tea Party will bo conducted with the tea left out, wc hear. Ira E. Rarnes, ot Sodalla, has been appointed Coal Oil Inspector by the Governor. Judge Dillon Is not apt to sleep long on de murrers demand. ug imiiiclta'.o decisions. Gen. Bingham, it Is said, bns drawn a pencil sketch of the St. Louis Times correspondent. The St. Louis police have gobbled a notorious stage robber of C...

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. — 28 January 1876

THE CITY MAItKETS AND TRADE. Current Comment. Avery dull and gloomy dny. No sun, no heer In the atmosphere whatever. The faces of our merchant alone, wore a resigned and hopeful aspect. , . There were a few loads of wood, a load of hay, a hog or so on the street., and that was all, until TTUt BIG 8ALK OF MULES commenced, by this we mean the sale of the mule team property of the Into lessees of the penitentiary. Theso trams, as they were collected around the Court House square, mwlo quite a show. There appeared to bo a "mad full" of them. The sale took place pursuant to the handbill notices of tho i 6I1ERIFK OF TUK COUNTY, in obedience to an execution from tho circuit court of St. Louis comity, in favor of MESSRS. COltnY & CO., of that city. This sale was to have taken place some timo since, but a question having arisen if tho right to tho property had not vested In the State under the law . which authorizes tho property of the lessees of the penitentiary to bo appraised to mid t...

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. — 28 January 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY. J AN U ATI Y 28. 1876. BnaikiJuaciiiiiiiBii So fearfully frequent li:ivo becomo the suicides by drowning nt St. Louis that the Dispatch asks the detail nn extra police force on tho river to act ns lile preservers. A giod Men. But does tho Dispatch mean to insinuate that the St. Louis police are dothing but wind bags ? The Tribune man certainly cannot havo a very exalted opinion of Col. Broadhoad's integrity and honor if his editorial of Sat urday ou tho McKcu case is any criterion. Tho idea advanced that tho Colonel might nccept his position and take a solemn oath to faithfully perform tho duties ot the same, and then receive and obey secret instructions to the contrary, betrays a feel ing towards him that is scarcely concealed by the flattery of him that lollows. The new lessees failed to get here on the express Monday. As they positively assured a young man belonging to tho State Department .on Sunday that they would surely be upon the afternoon train, i...

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. — 28 January 1876

a i r ii .1 w t mm to) IMEI OF A LAWSUIT. The Diary of an Exhausted IMu cant. A tattered memorandum book was ro- er.tly lound on tho steps of n, very hum ble dwelling "out West." Some ol tho entries arc ns follows: "My lather had a siight misundcrwtand ing with a neighbor nbnut a division fence winch he had inherited from my grand father. Attor several disputes ho consul ted a lawyer who hud n good many chil dren, but little practice. This was fatal. A suit was commenced. "Several years ago mv lawyer said I nuisX get ready for tho tr il. I did so and went to court at every term. But it was postponed upon every pretense which hu man ingenuity could invent. "1870. March term Counsel for de fendant moved a continuance, because he was engaged in the court of common pleas. Court granted the motion, but in timated, with dignity, that such an excuse would never avail with him again. "September term Counsel trying a case in an adjoining county. Judge hesi tated, but yielded. . , "P. 'comber...

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. — 28 January 1876

The State Journal, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1876. THE AMNESTY QUESTION. Intcrcstluff Correspondence An Open Letter from Gen. Joo Shelby, Sedalia, Mo., January, 1876. Major Emory S. Foster: You are aware I am ft reader of the St. Louis Journal ' I must confess to no llttlo astonishment at your rourso in endorsing Blaine's action toward Mr. Davis. You know very well the stab is not intended for Mr. Davis alone, but is a thrust at all Confederates. Tell mo and your many readers where Mr. Davis is at greater fault than any oth er Confederate that espoused the Southern cause? lie was duly a representative man place' I by the people of the South to exe cute their purpose. While you and thousands of other gal lant men who labored in behalf of your flag.were Reeking refuge nfrthe bosoms ol your mothers, Davis was niakinjr a vigor ous fight for the same Hag that you honor so much to-day. I am aware you have been unkindly treated by certain Confederates in this state, and many ol us regret it. Had...

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. — 4 February 1876

i lie ' : VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 187 i? NO. 7 : - i i 1 1 1" WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Frid&v X. C. BURCII. Terms of Subscription : Single copies, per yeai $1,50 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVAKIARLY IN ADVANCE. X UJU Willi l I'H m MH Jl I ' phys ician & Surgeon. fOfficc and residence in Lamkin'a new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap25.lv. HENRY NITCHY SEAL ESTATE SENT, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, I'ay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes,-Procure Patents. &e. OiHce over White Janvier's store, TTih Street dec.27 72hf FRED KOMEL, DEALER IX Books Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK ROOKS, CIIRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fairehild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. HIGH STREET, c.27.72-lv Jefferson City, Mo Okas. It, B Chicago Lumber "Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sfs JEFFERSON CITY, MO. A LARGE STOCK OF A...

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. — 4 February 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1876. THEMcKEE TRIAL. Full Text of Judge Dillon's In structions in the Case An Address of More Than OrdnaW ry Length and Importance. Gentlemen of the Jury. The undivided attention you Iiave given to the testimony, throughout this protract ed ttial gives the court such assurance that you thoroughly appreciate the solemn pub lic duty which, as citizens, you have been involuntarily required to discharge, that we teel it to bo wholly unnecessary to im press you with the importance, alike to the government and to the defendant, of the issues committed to your decision. We proceed at once, therefore, to lay before veil the legal principles applicable to the ultimate question that you are to decide, which is, whether the delendant at the bar of the court is guilty or not guilty ot the offence charged against him in the in dictment. In legal investigations precision is nec essary, and hence it is essential that you should first understand what is the e...

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. — 4 February 1876

Tlife State JonrnaL FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Who comes next? After these comes those Oho, the beautiful snow ! Tobneco seed 1ms come. , The "persecutions" still continue. Kentucky Is for the Texas Fnciflc Bailroad The Inst month of winter and no winter yet. M. 8. Cnrtter,the railroad builder, gave the ity a cnll Saturdar. Between N., K. and G. whnt are the stars joins to do about it? Headland heed Major Clark's letter on tobac oo growing in Cole. Auditor Holladay's annual report is in the hands of tho printer. V. G. McCarty, of the Madison, is on a bu siness visit to St. Louis. Joseph Weil, jr., a St. Louis commercial mon, is stopping at tho Madison. J. O'Day a prominent attorney ot Springfield Mo., Is registered at the Madison. We are to have all our winter in tho last month of the season, apparently. Come, and get your tobacco seed. Plenty of 1 1 gratis at the Journal Office. An Eastern college has a Pio Eta society. A pudding e(a)ta club is now in order. Friends want...

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. — 4 February 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 187C LOCAL NEWS. Tiee was only ten days iihrml of time. The House concluded to give 1 lie Centennial lilt. The trials f tbe Local, ns told in Tclitiie's talk, are not to I o sneezed at. The St. Louis papers are out-doing each other In the report of the. MeKeo trial. The Versailles Gazette of Thursday is chuck od full of local paragraphs of interest. All those who travel should lir.t secure acM dent policies or tickets from Oscar (1. Btirch. T. Warren Floyd, u veuernhlo Mason, died at Gillespie, Illinois, on Wednesday last. A new real estate agency has been estab lished in the City. See card elsewhere. Look through the. papers and see who has goods, to sell, and so there to buy. Wo are assured by all who wero out that the rain fell with a vim on Wednesday night. J. T. Craven & Co. are buying all the corn mid oats coming to the city. jan28-wtf. How many business houses arc there in town? Count their advertisements and we. The river is again d...

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. — 4 February 1876

DODSON. He Turns Up A sain. Sunday's Jefferson City Journal 1ms a para graph to the effect that one James Dotlson had been put into tho penitentiary the day bolbrc, had been neatly shaved and striped stockings Included. The intimation Is that ho recently stole a lot of bank notes, und was detected. After moral izing n little, the Journal closes by saying that tho career of this man Dodson, is capable of being wrought into something ot n romance. Parties connected with tho Democrat happen to know a thing or two about this identical In dividual. By going back to a file of our paper, November, 1374. we flml him figuring in a poison ease at California, Mo. The victim was a little biv iive years old, and intelligent. IIo was the reputed child of Mrs. McCrea, a mistress of Dodson, after her separa tion from her former husband. She retained the boy when she formed a connection with Dodson, but one day the boy died under suspi cious circumstances, and was buried away from eight. This circum...

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. — 4 February 1876

The Stnte Journal. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1876. "Its a sacred thing." McKee was elected on the fourth ballot. The winter wheat fields ot Missouri aro 11 looking exceedingly well. Speaker Kerr unbosomes himself. He is lor Hendricks for President. The return thanks lor the World Almau ac for 1876 It is an nnruluublo statictical document. Wo learn that the St. Louis Evening Journal will appear after the 1st of Feb ruary as a morning paper. Snow in the mountains. Tlio upper Missouri above Atchison, running ice in large quantities. Hero the weather Is Spring-like. The Missouri delegation voted for am nesty, but against the Centennial grab. Randall pays them off by opposing the St. Louis Cistom House appropriation. Who ever would have supposed McKco would be the Jirst ot the array of St. Louis Editors to stand a trial lor alleged cor rupt practices. Dr. Hull, of tho Sedalia Democrat, ad mits with extraordinary frankness that ho has become a nuisance in the Editorial cralt and wants the publi...

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. — 4 February 1876

Tho clouds hang heavy tollnd thf wily, I can not neo ; But through tho darkness I believe God leadeth me. 'Ti sweet to keep my hand m Hls While all is dim; To close my weary, achl rife eye's. And follow Him. Through many a thorny patlfrlle leads My thorny feet : Through many a path of tears I go. But it Is sweet To know that Ho is close to me. My God, iit guide, lie leadeth me, and so I waU Quite satisfied. Christian at Work. "Claims Commission" Again. Editor Journal : , General Bingham's second shot is much nearer tho mark than his first one was. Ills reply is certainly characterized by a much bet ter spirit, and the animus exhibited in it is far more creditable to him aa a faithful and efficient public servant, anxious to discharge his official duties, without "fear, favor or affection." Still. I do not think that the Adjutant-General even yet fully grasps the position taken by "Forage"' in his firt communication. TIo would, perhaps, more truly appreciate that position by reflect ...

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. — 4 February 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 187G. A Story of Plus IX I can not resist tho temptation ot trans cribing a charming story related ol his holiness tlio popo by the Roman corre spondence of the National Zeitunp; n pen tteman whose letters are always extreme ly interesting and full of valuable infor mation tliourh tho story in question has nettling whatever to do with tho resume ot Germany's doings during the past year. When the Duko ot Modena lately died, upon and it w.is stated in the papers that lie had laid the testamentary obligation his heirs, to pay yearly twthe pope "until the victory ot the good cause," three per cent, of their united incomes, ti eardinnl con gratulated his holiness upon the cireum stanco that "the Holy See had secured n, handsome income to the end of all I inn. " The popo shrugged his shoulders and re lated the following 1 it t lo narrative t the cardinal : "Tho Duke ol Modena had kept accredited In the papal court a charge d'affaires who was a prelat...

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