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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 5 May 1876

THE WIDOW, Her smiles are temper'd by her Highs, Her garb scarce veils hor glory 5 v The tender glamour of her eyes Enshrines her and her storr t ., , No greenllng girl, nor spinster tart, 1 Sho's all things that become her ; ' Her l;fe,her beauty, and her heart Are in tbeir Indian summer! ' AT SEA. My bark is watted to the strand Br breath divine, And on the helm there rests 0 Tlund Other than mine. One who was known in storms to sail I have on board ; Above the raving of the gale. I hear my Lord. Safin to the land safe to the land The end is this; And then with Hiin go hand in hand Far into bl'ss. THIS SABBATH. The following sonnet was pronounced by Sid ney Smith to bo one of the most beautiful In our language. With silent awe I hail the sacred morn Which slowly wakes whilo all the fields are still; A soothinz calm on every breeze Is borne, A graver murmur gurgles from the rill, And echo unswers solter from tho hill, And softer sings the linnet from the thorn; The skylark warbles ...

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. — 5 May 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MAY 6. 1876. ViNMiAtt had a d-Rcarri. Gone to Colonizing the editor ol the Globc-Dcmocrat. The Great National Weeper declines again to be a candidate for President. It would seem that Mr. Blaine bad by this time effectually sileiced his malig ncrs. Have we a President anions: us t Well, if we haven't, we've a Governor Hardiu' in for it. The California Republican Convention to send delegatus to Cincinnati endorses the Hon. J. G. Blaine lor the Presidency. Political trickery with Republicans in times like these is unworthy the trickster particularly it yindictivencss is its impulse. This, Cole County, is entitled to five delegates in the State Convention to elec delegates to Cincinnati, on the 24th inst The Scdalia Democrat sighs painfully oyer the slim vote Pettis County for the Democracy two years ago, nil on ac count of Major Gentry's popularity. TnE Huntsville Herald, Democratic, favors the re-election of Judge Wagner to the supreme bench. It protests ag...

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. — 5 May 1876

Meditation. One geucratlon is tucoceJod by .mother; the people of today will loon give pines toothers and old time will plume bis wings, and bear the sons and daughters of earth foiward to the great,',llllmltable hereafter. The hopes, the as Viratlons. tbo love?, tho friendships, the Rood and the Joys of UiC present, will soon be dead m, worso still, will bo forgotten. Passing ' way Is written ou all things which pertain to t?Ul staid of trial, and whatever the future may hnre in store for those with whom it Will havo to do, or llio present living, hoping, doubting ones, it trill hnvo nothing but oblivion. To live, labor, suffer and die are the inevlta ble results of ur probationary condition, and hese, while they are tho natural heritage of mortality, are not so bad or so civ. rless as the reflection that we shnlj all sooner be foreotten. This is tho bitterest dreg in lite' cup. We shall not only be forgotten, but the world will pass on as regularly, mankind will laugh as oy ously,...

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. — 5 May 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. MAY 6., 1876. Blanes Vindication. Ex-Spuaker Blaine was accorded floor uii Kiuuuny last ana maae a speccn in ro iatation of tha nnwnanor nhinrn. ting him with the Union Paciflo Railroad. Mr. Ttlnlnn. In nnentnir Ho nnn.nt, 4. . ...... v , su 2 mo DJJcruUi IQ. counted the allegations made ajrainst him in a bjjuuiuc iorra, stating mat ri. 11. Rol lins, treasurer of the U. P. Co., and mor- ton. Bliss & Co.. Rftnfcnra TCaat "V-i, were given as the authority lor the accusa tions against him. He then read the letter to him from Morton Bliss & Co., which was extensively published on the mornin" ot til A 12lh Inst... nnrl ymranAnA ........ ...... pvvvvucu 11 Biny this denial vas criticized, inasmuch as it stated simply that no payment to him had ever pnsseel through their books, while a tfralt might have been paid to him paid aim j e. no entry made in their books. On this criticism being made known to Morton. Bliss & Co., they addressed a let ter to Mr....

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. — 12 May 1876

FH-V! '''''' ' '" i .r.l-.i-'TrNj ; ,.-!, , V iu:: TCI fcj- 'I -jLL. II 11 Pvy .. ii - i t. .. .; . 1 .i , .,i.'.,-v Journal? mH f .-..-, v VOL. 4. JEEFERSONi CITY. MO., FRIDAY, MAY 12, 187G. NO. 21. WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL,' , Published E"rery Fridav l'.r N. C. BURCII. Term or Subscription : Sitiglecoplcs. per ycai $1,50 Clubs of tea per year. . 1,25 Clubs of twonty, per year 1,00 . INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. MIWIWIUJII,UIMMIIIII'IIIIWMIIWWiMIJIJMIUJIHmiDmil SB. JXTO. SAIEPu, physician & Surgeon. i" Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap2n-lv. HENRY HITCHY. REAL ESTATE GENT, ; ' JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMI8 sion, Pay Taxes, Hedcem Lunds Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. : . Office over White t Janvier's store, High Street . , dec.27 72hf FRED OMMEJL, DEALER IS Books Sz Stationery Gold Pens. All orders will" receive prompt at tention. HIGH STREET, Jefferson City. Mo c.27.'72-lv Clias. X. Buscli. Chicago Lumber. Y...

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. — 12 May 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 12, 1876. U. S. CIRCUIT COURT. Tuesday. May . Court met pursuunt to adjournment. In case 193. Ackenhauscr, vs. American In nurance Company. Motion for a new trial overruled. 2M. Anthony, vs. Jasper county Motion to hct isldc. order allowing writ of error filed and bnstaincd; order to net aside sustained; retrax it filed withdrawing writ. Motion to set aside judgment filed and set down for hearing on June Rule day. 404. Walker, aslgnee, vs. A. II. Burkhotter. Motion to produce subscription note filed and and confessed, note produced. 438. Same, vs. Ash. Judgment as per stip ulation for $1300 and costs. Satisfaction en tered. 523. Same, vs. Otte. Judgement on stipula tion for $200 and costs. 606. Casperson, vs. Karnes. Replication tiled. 507. liasly, vs' Barnss. Replication filed. 633. National Exchange Bank, vs, Ozark county. Default and judgment for plaintiff. 70". Henderson, vs. Laclede county. Judg ment set aside. Answer filed by leave. 712. Darlingt...

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. — 12 May 1876

Tho Stato Journal FRIDAY, MAY 12. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Town li well filled with strangers again, at tending U. 8. Circuit Court. William L. Jackson has been appointed pen sion agent at St. Joseph, Missouri. We don't hear of any extra buckets of blood or otherwise on the outskirts of the city as yet. W. S. Pope nnd lndy left Sunday on a trip to Pittsburg, Pa. They will takoin-the Centen nial. Received a large lot of Nails and Salt, which will be sold very low to the trade. may 12-wtf. J. T. Craves & Co. The sweetest mouth iu the world is one that says civil things pleasantly and talks no scan dal. "Vish" of tho Omaha Herald U in town. Ho is hero to "bear witness" in the Dawes case we understand. Character has heen defined as a perfectly ed ucated will, and iu that case the succeesfut bur glar has the best character. Wo understand that tho building occupiod by Suppan's drug store has been sold by Andy Gundelflnger to Frank Schmidt, for $6,700. What is the difference between a market-...

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. — 12 May 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. MAY 12. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Dlng-don.?. Hoar the winl alarm bell! Petti comity ha a Stringtown ns well as loic. May tdiowcrs have taken place of May flow ers. Lohmaii'n salt in rapidly disappearing up the Usage. Missouri is getting ice from towns of Kortb oi l) Minnesota, The prison gmg in charge of the Tom Ste vens are us docilo as lambs. 1 ho Tom Stevens crew were all provided Willi a new pair of shoes, a piece. Thi! Fund Commissioners are preparing to advertise more Stale bonds for sale. The tooth-carpenters of Kansas arc having a convention at Atchison. The old ferry boat is doing a lively business, i-oating wooii, etc., Tor the prison. Are 'Spirits" a thow? is a question that is vexing the courts of New York lust now. Gro, Warner is continuing to receive large lots of tine ice. He needs it in his business. The effective preacher always hits the man who sits in the other pew. The new street-corner crossing between Loh r.ians' ami Mans' on High street is m...

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. — 12 May 1876

COLORED CLAIM ANTS!" ZsTOTIOvEl! " 'i "J ' 1 " ' . ..,! ;( ') 'ill r Colonel Swain. No. 206 South Fourt Streetj St. Loals, Mo., tins money for the following Colored Persons, nnd wants their Post Office Address. ' ' " ' , " " NAME OF CLAIMANT. Asking, Nute. ,;. ' . Atwood, Henry. ;..!...! Blakcly, Charies,Brothor of Blakcly George. Brandon, William, Brother of Brandon John. , Brown, Samuel. Brown, Peter. Brown, William. Bowcn, Marguerlla, Mother f Bowen Henry. Bibbins, Sampson, Father of Bibbius Ben jamin. Baker, Cato. Cason, Frankie, Widow of Cason, Moses. Collins, Martha, Mother of Collins William F. Clyburn , Louisa, Widow of Clyburn, Henry. Crags, Harriet, mother of Crags, Henry. Cushinbarry, Samuel. Caldwell, Jordan. Cofield, Isacc. Clements, Peter. Carter, Willis, Brother of Carter, Lewi?. Collins. Samuel. Clay, Henry M. Colburn Cyrus. Caldwell, James. Calva, George W. Duncan, Jinny, Mother of Noland, Martin D. Davis, Joseph. Darnell, Alfred. Davis, Armstead. Davis, Frederick. ...

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. — 12 May 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MAY 12. 1876. Says the St. Louts Republican : "What ;ke people want is an honest Broadhcad-eA man.' Grant-ed. Well Marsh is pardoned, and we are glad. Evidently he was not the right par ty to punish for the Kansas City crooked ness. Will we ever know who is P The Republicans of Chilicothe Missouri at their last election obtained control oi the city, after a lapse of five years, elect ng their mayor, councilman at large, and two ward councilmen. The St Louis Times has been furnished un advertisement oi new Stato bonds tor sale, by the Fund Commissioners and this recognition of it by the State adminis tration ns a partv organ, tickles it might ily. The grand jury of the District of Co lumbia has agreed upon the indictment ol W. W. Belknap, late Secretary of war. It ho is to be tried for his offences and punished by the courts would it not bo as well to dismiss the impeachment proceed ing against him P "A warning to McDonald," was the heading of an article in...

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. — 12 May 1876

OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL TBACUKRS. Their Salaries Cut Down. The School Board held an extra session on Monday night for the purpose of fixing upon salaries and length of achool term tor next ses sion. It wan resolved to have nine monthi school beginning middle of September and closing cud of May, 1877. Thli seems to be all proper and sufficient Hut in fixing the salar ies, the board by one majority, committed a grave blunder, of which we shall hare to aay something, now and often The par of the regular class teacberi is reduced to $45 per month, making $405 for the whole year. Why did they not cot off those odd Ave dollars too? The assistant Is reduced to f30 a month, or 9370 a Tear. The teacher of the upper Grammar school Is to have $75 a month, which is probably ade. quate, and the teacher of German $60. The class teacher who has far more work to. do, and far more responsibility to be, is how ever allowed only $45. The teacher in the colored mhool is to have $75 a month us here tofore 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. — 12 May 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MAY 12. 1876.. LINCOLN'S ASSASSINATION. A New Story. Au interesting incident, which foreshad owed the tragic fate of President Lincoln, but which has never before lound its way into print, is vouched tor by a number of persons 6t ill in Washington, and who were witnessess of it. On' tho day when Mr. Lincoln was inaugarated the second time, in I860, and just as ho had passed from the rotunda of tho Capitol to the platform at the east portion, where his in augural was to be delivered, a man, who was recognized by several persons to bo John Wilkes Booth, pushed hurriedly through tho paisajjo leading from the Senate chamber to the rotunda, and in an excited and determined manner broke through the line of policemen which kept tho crowd back from tho procession, tnd made a a desperate cft'ort to roach tbo eastern door ol the Capitol, lie was dis covered by a member of the Capitol Po lice Mr. J. W. Westlall. of New York who, on several occasions before, as well a...

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. — 19 May 1876

IF ine ourna VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY, MAY 10. 1870. State f t .9 t 1 V A I i 1 -V 5' J "4T V' "- j r A WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, rutlialxed Every Fridav N. C. BURCII. Termi of Subscription : Singleeoples. per yciu $1.50 Clubs of ten per year 1,23 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 1NVAKIADLY IN ADVANCE. 3D21. vTXTO. BAXSES., physioian & Surgeon, Office and residence in Lamkin's ' new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. rnp25-lv. HENRY NITCHY REM. ESTATE 'GENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac Office over "White Janvier's store, High Street doe.27 72hf FRED OHMEL, DEAI.KR IN Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Ajrcnt for Fairehild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. IIJGII STREET, e.27.'72-iv Jefferson City. Mo Clias. L. Busch. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson. Sts JEFFERSON ...

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. — 19 May 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1876. U.S. DISTRIC1" COURT Harmisou'w Sentence. Cac oft'. D Wilkinson, Continued Monday May 15, 1870. Jeremiah Hanr.lson, charged with receiving ii ml piissii:.: o uisitnTcit money In Cnss county, was brought into court to receive his sentence this morning. The prisoner was looking u lit Injrgurd, thonah in apparent sound health. When nskeil if he had n statement to make lie Miiil that he bed nnd detailed the circumstan ces under which bo was led to tho commission the offrncc to which he had entered n plea of auilty. On thn sixth of August last, one McIIflsh went to him, bargained for tho purchase of a buggy. Ottering him in part pay a ten dollar Mil.whlcb Mellfish'sald was a good.'counterfeit. He refused to take it. Mcllfish then inveigled Harmison's wife into taking it, How this was done HinI how subsequently through connivance with a man named Kills, $270 more of tho stuff was left with prisoner to get rid off, but which he refused to handle was...

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. — 19 May 1876

) The State Journal FRIDAY. MAY 19, 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Warm. . Lots of Courting these times. We must have that flag next time. Rumor hath It that Boss Tweed is in Austra lia. We can't go to the Centennial, so fct'a celc-lft-ate the Fourth, at home. Died. May 17th, in this city, W. Wal'ace Bolton, of consumption, aged 23 years. Mr. Hallanhaek, of fSt. Louis, agent tor the Esty Organ sang a beautiful tenor at'the Pap, tlst church Sunday. Thothower Monday did a great amount of good. A daily shower from now on for a week or so would help farming along amningly. Let our contractors get their pencils ready. They are to be invited to make proposals for some street work pretty soon. Major Deigle is likely to have a formidable opponent for Register of Lands in J. E. Mc llenry, a son of our townsman, J. B. McIIenry. Received a largo lot of Nails and Salt, which will bo sold very low to the trade. mnyl2-wtf. . J. T. Craves & Co. Lyons Katiiairon makes beautiful, glossy luxursant hair; preve...

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. — 19 May 1876

V Tho State Journal FRIDAY. MAY 19. 137G. U. S, DISTRIC" COURT. Thursday. May 11. H. A. Feinctnaii recalled. Was acquainted with handwriting of Bittin ger. aud Itidcntillcd following dispatcher as iu BittingeiN handwrite: Jeh ekson City, March 12, 1874. IMward Sheehan, care S. Adler A Co., St. Joseph, Mo. Look for letter sent you. Hold up. J. L. 15 n TIN'O nt. St. Louis, March CI, 1874. - Kdward Sherlmn, euro of S. Adlcr & Co., St. Jocph, Mo. All it right. Let business go on. J. L. BmixoEn. Learned on thn 20tli or 21st of April 1875 that Coloradopuckaaes were lilpln:tte.4. First thought tliiTcwas somo technical discrepancy. Thorn and Hasselman went to Colorado. Started for Colorado, ut what time he could trot ay. Mintifl-.d following despatch : Kansas City, April 21. S75. lion. J. L. Bittinger, St. Joe. Ila-i'diiian just got back. All right. Feineman. HasM linan 1m l just returned from Grenada, Loiorano. Described the running of St. Joe trains. Did not remember whether he was in...

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. — 19 May 1876

terilian ho would the fact ilint the distillery had been seized. He meant they could, i't make any compromise. In golns to St. Joe May 5th, got off at Fran cis St. depot; saw Felneman first In Dawc's room; also Dawes and Van Horn; saw Bittin Eer at Herald office and thought he mentioned his errand there and also Fclnoman's and Van Horn's and where tho latter were; saw Shee han while they were at Lunt's. Neither 3ittln ger or Sheehan went with him to Dawo's house; went up to see Fclnoman there, didn't expect to make a compromise at Dawo's house; did not think either Bittingcr or Sheehan were there ; learned In car or on platforn where they were; Dawes asked Van to go up to his home; was In room but a short time, walked around, was gone 30 or 35 minutes; In mmlug back met Bench and soon afterwards Folneraan came down and asked him to go for Adler; presum ed t' was to advise with him as to release; he and Van were both there for express purpose of getting release; didn't volunteer serv...

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. — 19 May 1876

The State Journal- FRIDAY. MAY 19. 1876. The Democratic Press of Benton County ?omes to us this week with "Alfred M. Lay for Congress." at the head ot its columns. F. V. Bird, a leading Massachusetts Republican ot the Independent order, writes the Boston Herald, a very lengthy better, the burden of all which is that the surest way to purify the Republican party is for him and his lriends to leave it. Who will gainsay it P The enemies of ex-Speaker Blaine have pursued him with a pertenacity that has rinally succeeded in establishing bis in tegrity beyond n question, and, no doubt, in making him the strongest candidate 1'or the Presidency that will go before the Cincinnati Convention. Chas. Francis Adams In his speech lo '.ho conference of Independents in New York on Monday last declared himself as follows: Among the Presidential candi dates there is one whose name stands unblemished before the country lo-day, and by nominating him the Republican party will gain the vote of every hone...

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. — 19 May 1876

I i UNSATISFIED. Boston Advertiser. "Only a housemaid!" She looked from the kitchen Neat was the kitchen find tkly wan she; There at her window n seamstress sat stltch'ng ; "V ere I n seamstress, how happy I'd be!" "Only a queen !" She looked over the waters Fair was her kingdom and mighty was she; There sat on empress, with queens for her daughters; "Were I au empress, how happy I'd be!" Still the old frailty they all of them trip In! Eve In her duughlers Is ever the name; Give her nil Eden, she sighs for a pippin ; Give her an empire, she pines Ut a naino! STATE BOA III) OP EQUALIZATION, The board of equalization will probably place the valuation of railroad property In this state at a little over if 55.000,000. The board of 1873-4 fixed it at that sum and that of 1S75 at 15,000,000. Mr. Litton att'y fortho Atlantic fc Taaiflc road was m attendance before the board yes terday, Hon David II. Armstrong testitificd con cerning the Atlantic & Pacific railroad, that the whole amoun...

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. — 19 May 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. MAY 19, 1876. A PRANK THAT DIDN'T PAY. 1!Y JUDGE CI.AHK. "Old Prex," as wo called him behind his back, for short, was sternest ot college presidents. Tho strictness of his rules was equalled only by tho severity with which he enforced them. It there was one on which he laid more stress than nn othor, it was that which positively forbade tho use of intoxicating liquors by under graduates. -It was his boast that a drop of alcoholic stimulant had never crossed his lips, and his aim to fashion the youth under his charge into models of sobriety after his own pattern. "Did you notice Old Frex's face to day P" mysteriously whispered Sam. Mc (Juiggin to some half-dozen of us, whom he called aside one day after a not vory brilliant recitation. "No. not particularly," we said. "Didn't you notice how red his nose looked P" "His whole faco gets red when he's out of temper," said Smith Green ; "and, by George. your blun lers to-day were enough to put him out. Why, some"...

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