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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 25 February 1876

THE WILD FAMILY AGAIN. Murder of tha Girl by Her BrutUh Mother. The Murderer Captured and Bent to the In sane Asylum An Unparalleled Story ' of gavnitery and Barbarity In Pennsylvania. riTTSTOX, Pa., Feb. 13. Ill the Tall of 1871 uito a sensation was created in this neighbor hood by the discovery In the wilderness of Wy oming county of a family of wild people, con sisting of a in a i) a.id his two children. Tho lat ter roiimed the woods in a nude condition, sub sisting on nuts, roots, Ac The man lived in a miserable hut, where his children sometimes slept. He was possessed of a Rood education, and clothed with ras;8, and surrounded with filth, ho spent his time in studying an old Bible. Ilo seemed to have a profound knowledge of Scriptural subjects, and was well versed In an cient and modern history. He possessed, also, extraordinary elocutionary powers, and had in vented a system of short hand which he wrote with remarkable speed, and read with fluency. Soon after the discovery of ...

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. — 25 February 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1876. 1402. 1770. 1870. AMERICA AT THE If AKMONIK. IlUt orient Tnbleanx and Commemorative Verse. As the anniversary of tho birthday of Wash Ington drew near, It occurred to his honor, Judge Krckel, whose heart Is ever aliTO to the Importance of rational amusement for the many frequenter of Harmonic, that the club should suitably commemorate tho event. Suggesting the thought to Professor Zuendt, tno amuse ment nianar?r of the club, It met with his cor dial approval. A programme was accordingly arranged uythe Judge. Tlio several great leading events in American history were desig nated for presentation in tableaux, and, at the same lime, Frof. Zuendt and Warren Watson, Esq. were unsigned tho part of producing in metrical lorm, In English and German respec tively, commemorative sketches of them, all to oe introduced and interlineatcd with the patri otic airs of tho nation, by those charming Singers In Israel," Mrs. Suter, Mrs. Trice, Jfrs. Cfark, ...

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. — 25 February 1876

Tlie State Journal, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1876. . ' LOCAL NEWS. Secretary of State McGrath Is on a short vli.it to St. Louis. . It take but a breath of calumny to put out a blaze of glory. S. W. Cox, Esq., has. left on revenue busi ness for Ibci la. Miller County. , Ho who would profit by his " biz," Must cither bust "or ad vertiz. A person to bo an alderman has to be pos sessed of a freehold estate. Dr. J. J. Chlnn. of Jefterson City, is a guest at the Everett. St. Louis Evening Republican. Capl. Albert O. Allen, of the Stato Auditor's office, Jefferson City, is at tho Planters', St. Louis. Citations havo been ordered to issue ngainst all persons who are delinquent to the school fund for interest. , Machinery for three complete saw mills hs been shipped from Erie, Pa., to the Black hills during tho past month. Any person desiring a first class residence at remarkably low rates should call at the office of O. G. Burch. The young tnn's theatrical combination at Ilurmonie hall, Thursda...

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. — 25 February 1876

The State Journal, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1876. O'CONNELL AND HIS TIMES. An Interesting Lecture By Ilev. Geo W. Pepper. The Life and Character of the Great Irish Statesman, Phi lanthropist and Patriot. The mere announcement of this them is sufficient to call out a largo representa tion ol that class of citizens whose sympa thies and admiration nre supposed to be long especially to tho great Irish states man, and tho serious times in which he lived: so that the largo audience which gathered last evening at Mercantile Li brary Hall was not unexpected. Tho lec turer, Rev. Geo. W. Pepper, appeared upou the platform promptly at 8:20, and, in few short words, was introduced by Mayor Britton. Ohio's fighting chaplain is a pleasant, compactly-built gentleman, and is pos sessed ol an address at once earnest and polished. The nudienco was very enthu siastic, applauding the mere mention of Daniel OCennell and his coadjutors, and often requiring a rebuke from' the lectur er, Mr. Pepper spoke io s...

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. — 3 March 1876

FTT1TT3 : 'Me Journal; , I i . ,; . VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY. MO., FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 187G. NO. 11. WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday MY N. C. BURCII. Terms Subscription: Single topics. pcryent..j.V..' $1,50 Clubs of ton per year .'.'..' 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year. '. y .' 1 ,00 , INVAMABLY IN. ADVANCE. am. J2TO. s&eskr, physioian & Surgeon. gOffico and residence in Lamkin'a new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap2.lr, HENBYNITGHY OL ESTATE f GENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUVS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Fay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &o. Office over Wbite Janvier's store, High Street Jec.27 72hf FIIED ROMMEL, DICAT.KU IN Books z Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, "Wall Taper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Asrent for Fairehild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. HIGH STREET, c.27.'72-iv Jefferson City Mo Clias. It. Busoh.- Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sts JEFFE...

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. — 3 March 1876

Tlie State Journal TERRIBLE STORM. PUT UP THE COIN." A TERUIDLE ACCIDENT. FRIDAY, MARCH 3. 1876. A dispatch from St. Louis Announces that Britton has been usted from tho Mayor alty o? tho City by a decree of the Su premo Court. With such men as Burdett. Finckeln burp .mil Shields to pick from wo don't think tho Republican of Missouri aro at a loss for gubernatorial timber. Tho Globe-Democrat of Sunday asks sarcastically "who is B. B. Cahoon?" and on Monday Col. Con. Magniro makes a vigorous effort tr answer. It remains to be seen it Mr. Cahoon is content with it. But whoever Cahoon may be Maguiro can't, say ho is "not guilty." As appears from a dispatch to tho Globe Democrat, clsevhere printed, tho city ot St. Charles has been sadly stricken stricken by tho storm that caused tho rood peoplo of Jefferson so much fright 0:1 Sunday. Wo shudder when wo think tliat ours might have beoi tho fate that has overtaken St. Charles. We aro surprised to see our neighbor ot tho Tribnno in a fit o...

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. — 3 March 1876

For tiir Journal. ' . ' omala bilebe." O. I would rather bold my pence Why speak of that which all men know f Would It secure me rest or ease Ifl should teach tnelodcous woo. For aye to slnjr to my sad heart How more than beautiful than art? Can praises muko the moon more bright? Add fragrance to June's flowers and fruit? Add glories to tho sumuffcr night? Or ripeness to tho auftimn fruit? If not, ean any words of mine Add to such loveliness as thine? Could praise of ?phht make the niino Tho poets'a property? Or song Win him Uml fair hand of ihine With the heart. in It pure and strong ; How u'udly would his verses ring? But if not, wherefore should ho in? Yesl Omnia Silcre 1 Yet Although tho lips move not, the heart. That never can, nor would, forget How blight and beautiful thoj art Still murmurs o'er each tender phrase That f pencil would coin to words of praise! What proof of it then although I Strang Thoughts pure as pearls on threads of thyme? No song that poet ever sang When a...

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. — 3 March 1876

Tlia State Journal FRIDAY. MARCH 8. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. March winds. Bright sunshiny days. Oh J pull clown your Vest. Just ns wo sa'd, you know. Another axs to grind, eh? How the Democratic papers do howl. Bahcock's extinguisher was what did It. It is time for'all to sow tobacco toed. ISoonville Is Ijit tUI i ti'-f a ccmrnt lime kiln. Spring is here and your gardens not plowed Ice will ho plenty next summer at the North Tole. The Ttuzoo man snuff hog-cholera In tlio breeze about Sedalia. City warrants are depreciating In value. Why la it? Fleuiruing agaiust the fluid. Another fallen by the wayside. Just as wo expected. We've trod on those "corn-cribs" again. The present population of Worth county Is put down ut 8,000. A convict on the streets lit 0 o'clock at night and no one to'molest. The roof of Curry' ice house on Main at. has been removed. Another day set apart for tho boys to play marbles on the brown. An advertisement in tin exchange says, "Winter is coming." So is Christinas. ...

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. — 3 March 1876

ADI)ItKS9 TO Till! WINTEtt OF 1841. BY MRS. M. A. 8POONER. Mysterious Winter I beautiful as rare! Thou com'st In such strange loveliness of gulce, Smlllns; no bland with even rosy smiles ; Bo like thy sinter Summer, with her train Of gentle rephyres and soft, sunny hours . The very buds ope their sweet Hps to meet Thy novel kiss and question, art thou Spring, Yea, e'en the birds, with carols, glad ns those Which welcome her in vernal months, tie ceived Bend from their sunny sweep to northern shrine, Too soon, alas! bright crcatir-es. all too soon; To nestle in thy fair, inviting breast, Though barren of the bliss might nurture them. And where is she" thut cold, majestic Queen, In ermined robes and royal jewelry; Frowning and chaste, uncertain and severe Who erst with pomp of bolst'rous gathering winds, And gloomy storms, with fierce regalia charged, Held tyrant empire o'er smothered earth. And trampled widely with their mighty force? Oh I where is she? Declare, if thou dost know; An...

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. — 3 March 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 187C. ASSASSINATION OF GHRIS FRANK Ills Wife ami Her Paramour Con eoct the Strategem of Death. The Hired Assassin in the Hands of Charley Coliagrcn, Marshal of Jefferson City. Tlio Kansas City powers or Sunday lust con tained u brief account of the assassin ation or Chris. Frank, an old and cs ilniablo citizen ,t that lilacs. Tlio nfl'uir which was enveloped in deep mystery at the time promises now, through the efforts of the pohco mid deetcctivc force of the city, to receive an early solution, as would appear from the following report from the Kansas City Times of Tuesday, and an incident that trans pired In this city Tuesday. Last night, says the Times, TWO MEN AND A XKUKO WOMAN were put in the cells, charged with a complici ty in the net. which makes them almost if not quito as guilty as the coward who was hired to do the work of death. These were It. Engler, a German blacksmith, aged 30 years, who has been living hero for nine years; his broth...

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. — 3 March 1876

I The State Journal. FRIDAY. MARCH .1. 1S76. LOCAL NEWS. Corn nt Claysvllle only $1 per barrel. Messrs. Dulle & Sons shipped over Hie Pa cific road to St. Louis Wednesday 400 bis. of Cup itnl Star flour. The Lincoln Institute bell arrived on the ra cilic friopht Wednesday. It is a very flno bell, iho bent in tbe city it is thought. Died. -Louis Otto Bauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer. Tho funer-l tookgplacc from their residence, at 2i o'clock. Thursday. The story about, that plot for an escape at the prison seems to have been in a great mcas ti re the creature of someone's fancy. T. O. Towles. Esq., Judge Waldo P. Johnson and Gen. John D. Grafton arc all in the list of St. Louis hotel arrivals. Hon. George G. Vest is a guest of the Madi son. George is making a strong and gallant canvass for the nomination for governor. Mr, E. A. Protois, of the General Land Office ut Washington, has returned to tbe city for the purpose of pushing the crooked homestead claim swindlers. John Sh...

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. — 3 March 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MARCH 3. 1876. Six Months an Heiress. An old gray-stone mansion, set in a handsome garden. Aunt Richton's. A pair ol blooded bays, drawing a flit tering carviago through Beilelontaine Park at six o'clock ever afternoon. Aunt Richton's. An old towered and gallcriod house down at the edge of tlio oceifn. cool ns a sea cave in Summer. Aunt Richton's. A bank account, the interest on which actually could not bo spent yearly. Aunt Richton's. She was a handsome, pompons ol 1 lady, who. commencing matrimonial transac tions in her sixteenth year, had by her sixtieth married three husbands, ouch ot of whom had left behind an extensive property. Yet site was childless. What was stringer than this, she seem ed not to have a relative in the world. But this was not so. She had two neiees, residing in the little fishing town ot IIol den, quite out ot the world both daugh tjrs of sisters long, wince dead. Now, Aunt Richton was sixty years old, and had had a touch of palsy...

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. — 10 March 1876

rii SLlG : JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRltAY. MARCH 10, 1876. VOL. 4. NO. 12 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, : Puklichol Every FrliiT BY .;, N. C. BOECII. j. Terms of 8ubcrlptlon I Sinjrtocoplcs. per yum Clubs of ten per year Clubs of twenty, per year INVARIABLY IS ADVANCE. 1,50 1,25 1,00 DH.JNO. BASER, "Physician & Surgeon. fOffico and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. 02"-ly, HENRY NITCHY R AL ESTATE F GENT; JEFFERSON CITY, MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. Office over White Janvier's store, jnish Street - dec.27 72hf FRED It O MM E Li , , , DEAt.Kll fN Books $L Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHltO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Francs made to order. Agent for airchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. c.27.'72-iY Jefferson City, Mo Clias. Ii. Busch . , Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sts JEFFERSON CITY, MO. A LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF...

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. — 10 March 1876

Tke State Journal. FRIDAY. MARCH 10. 1870. It's all her limit. Tho Bill lor the protection of Agricul-m-. ' iril-it. noxious, insects has passed Cor. gross. Why this over-strained deleoaey of Democratic members ol congress about appearing as witnesses against Belknap? The Globe-Democrat lias experienced ft change ol heart. It now worships tho "rising sun" ol Overstolt,.- Tim name ol Hon. Sami. Knox, ol St. Louis, is frequently mentioned by Uf pub licans in connection with the candidacy of their party lor governor of tho State. We challenge the Democratic party to produce a candidate who would bo bis ,(1":1' '. In speaking of the tall of Belknap the Baltimore American remarks: The oc currence lias its lesson not hard to read. The bad stale ol what is called fashiona ble, society, and especially society at Washington furnishes the suggestive cause Like old Adam. (Jcneral IMknao would probably say that the woman tempted him and he did cat. His house- Ins been noted for the display kept...

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. — 10 March 1876

I AXOTIIKR 8 TOll Y. Mr, Coltman, the ueputy Collector oi the District, was called upon by the U. S. Attorney for a statement of the case. In response he said he believed In tempering justice with morcy, but the case of this man was a Tery ax gravattng one. Ills blind dodge was only a blind to the court. The officers had had a Rood deal of trouble with this man. When he went to sclzo the still he experienced ft good deal of difiiculty. Tho defendant wasn't blind then. lie could sco to run ; mid ho did, and af terward tried to recapture the still Tlicso Illicit distillers down on the Arkansas border, paused a great deal of trouble, and unless tho courts were scvoro with them, all attempts to stop them would bo in vain. This man had not only given them a great deal of trouble but had threatened to repeat his otTencc as soon as ho got oft". In answer to tho questions of the Judge the prisoner stated that there wnj nothing lie could do but distil. IIo had a farm but could not frork. it....

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. — 10 March 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1876, LOCAL NEWS. A Kentucky Yankee Bewaro of tlio Marshes. The Belle St. Louis has laid up nt Boonville, waiting a rUo in the river, says the Eagle. The VMctto conies to us on the "half-shell"' thU week Wo giro space to a boost, for Fleming from one of his Admirer. The uovcrnor hits appointed Col. 'Woodson of Jackson county, judge of tlio Circuit court of that, tho 24th. Circuit. Why would not a boat connecting the rail road at this point, and the points on tho river us high up as Rocheport, pay? Mr. James Gordon Bennett's intended is the niece of Oapt. May, who fought all day at Mon terey. Republican. Look out for another war in about twenty years. Two thirds of the babies born lust year were boys a sure sign. George Wagner's ice is the handsomest we ever saw in this city. Solid.' and perfectly frco from impunities. It is a foot to eighteen inches thick. "I stand by my principles," proudly ex claimed a "re-formed'' Democrat yesterday. "Lord! ho...

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. — 10 March 1876

i HOME. The lollowlng ueaulirul lino were written by James Montgomery, the well-known Ayshlre poet.- mo rucii wiibso amimer inters nro considered nearly equal to thoso of Moore, was born at Irvine, in 1771. t There is ft land, of every land the pride, Beloved by heaven o'er all the world beside ; Where brighter suns dispense screncr light, And milder mooni emparadlso the night,; A land of teauty, virtue, valour, truth, . Timc-totorcd age, and love-exalted youth. The wandorlng mariner, whoso eye explores The wealthiest isles, the most enchanting shores Views not realm so bountiful and fair. Nor breathes the spirit of a purer air; In every climo the mngnet of his soul, Touched by remembrance, trembles to that pole ; For in this land of heaven's peculiar grace, The heritage of nature's noblest race, Thero Is a spot of earth supremely blest, A dearer, sweeter spot than all the rest, Where man, creation's tyrant, casts asido His sword and sceptre, pageantry and pride, While in his soften...

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. — 10 March 1876

V Tho State Journal i FRIDAY. MAUCII 10. 187C. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Mummy, March C. Tho United State District Court for the Western District of Missouri mat in this city to-day. At tho morning hour tho attendance was imall, but the afternoon trains brought in large accessions of attorneys, patties client, and witnesses. Tho jurors ready all reported promptly. Of tho grand jurors who had been summoned, Mr. Goo. W. Castrap, of Osngc, B. F. McAllister, of Minitnau, IS. E. Hummel, of Vernon, and Mosby A. Draper, of Johnson, did not respond, and three who hail been sum moned to seryo on the petit jury were called in their stead. Of tho member iT tlio bar present fioni ubroad we noticed HON. ClirsiTIt KItLAI. of St. Louis, wiio has distinguished himself throughout thn land for tho ablo, though in most instances, unsuccessful defense of tho whisky prosecutious that have been in rrosress here and in St. Louis lor, now, nearly a yi.-ar. Tho Judge bears up remarkably uuder the fa tigu...

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. — 10 March 1876

The State J our nal. ' FUlpAY, JlAMl jiy 187C,; j , ; , ., LOCAL NEWS'. , ,x T. P. Fromrno is out for alderman first Ward. Howell County finds no trouble in paying tho kterrst on its bonds. 1 " I Relknnp married the third and last tim Svhcn ho married Mrs. Bowers. . . It is said since Mrs. Belknap's fall tliat Wash ington society is observing Lent. ; ; . ; . . . ' ' ' ' Tho. city aldermen of St.. Louis who bet on Ovcrsloltz nro now claiming tho stakes. Sekund luv is like a sekund ease of measles the patient always liiis.it lite. Josh Billings. The new organization of tho Jefferson City Bank meets with general approbation unong our citizens. St. Louis will probably do business on a cash basis during the session of tho Democratic Na tional Convention. v"' ' ... . .., I ..... 1A T,!l Tweed ana of course tho pure Democratic press is bowling over it. Tho Inspectors should provide another rule, making each convict pay his .board every Sat urday night. If the District Court had another cri...

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. — 10 March 1876

The Stato Journal FRIDAY. MARCH 10. 187G. Paper Currency In Circulation. WA8HIS0T0N March 1. The Jollowins statement, exhibiting the amount ot paper enrroner issued and outstanding on Janu ary 1, 1876 ; the amount held . in the Treasury on January 25, 1875 ; the amount held by the national banks on December 17, 1875, tin date ot the last report, and by the State saving; banks and trust com panics, as nearly as can be ascertained from official sources, was prepared to-day by the Comptroller of the Currency. Tho statement shows tho amount of paper cur rency now in tho hands of the people to be $522,0Gl.lfi5. Paper money issued and outstanding January 1, 187G. Fractlonol currency $41,147,072 Old demand notes 09.042 Legal tender notes 371.827,220 National bunk notes 340,479.758 Total 970223,090 Less cash in tho Treas ury, 1876 $G0,233,ti2G Cash in national banks, December 17, 1875.... 121,797,290 Cash in other banks.... 48,431,409 Total amount to be de ducted for cash in the Treasury an...

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