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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 26 May 1876

mi - ..-T , v 'i . VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY. MO., FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1870. NO. 23 JL M3;-,: tt3 J O imicLL. WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, PnWishod Eicry Fridav X. C. BURCII. Terms of Subscription! Siiixleedptes. per yeat .$1,50 Clubs of ten per year...- 1,23 i "lulu of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. physioian & Surgeon, Jjr-Office and residence in Larrikin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fapSo-lv. REAL ESTATE rGENTs JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON Commis sion, Pay Tuxes, Redeem Lauds, bold for Taxes, Procure Patent. &c. Office over White fc Janvier s Rtore, lush street dec.27 72hf FRE D O DIME Lt , DKAI.KK is Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK' T500K5, CITRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. .Pielure Frames made to order. Asient for 1 airclnld s Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at- tCntin- IIIGIISTRKET, Jefferson City, Mo (..27,'72-lv Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sts JEFFERSON CITY, MO. 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. — 26 May 1876

The State Journal' FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1876. TitK Alabama delegation to Cincinnntj 1 for rristiw. The New Jersey Republican Stale (Ton vention wr.s largely in favor of Blaine tor President, Gentleman George II. Pendleton 1 a delo jt:ite to the St. Louis convention. Democratic f rieniU will be a little In what they nay in his presence about ''big steal.." The probabilities are that tlio St. Louis National Convention will remit tlio monev question to the Congressional Districts 'the Ohio delegation to the National Democratic Convention in St. Louis nre for William Allen tor President, and that pentlpman wi'.l "rise tip'' on that occa sion and give the Tildeniles some trouble Dispatches announce the resignation of Hon. S. S. Burdett, Commissioner of the (ieneral Lnnd Oflice at Washington. The reasons ol Mr, Burdett's resignation is his protracted ill health. A lew weeks ago. when ho was hero on a visit he had In contemplation the step he has taken. He was then suffering greatly, but his fr...

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. — 26 May 1876

Some Remarkable Stories. Bret Harte really owes little to Califor nia. He never made his pile there. After it had refused to make him wealthy he panned out lrom himself some sketches and poems that did more for the glory ot Calitornia than California ever did for him . I have heard him express the same aversion to Calitornia that lie expresses In his book. He is personally not a popular man ; but I have always likjd him. His conversation is ns good as his writing, lie once told mc thnt at u certain time lie whs in an inland valley, where sunset had ta ken to a tavern a number of straggling travellers, of whom lie was ono. In a cor ner sat a little man with his head bowed UDOll his hand in nielunehnlv mpilihitlnn. Men were fitting around and playing cards and drinking, when suddenly there rose a tall, strong stranger, who, folding his arrrn roared : "1 am the man lrom the mountains !" There were no responses. This was a challenge to fight. There wus fight in the air. Again he said, w...

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. — 26 May 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. MAY 20, 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Kin'j trowing weather. Pigeon sho.itlng matches arc ogain the go. The iron-horse has but one car, the engi neer. That we will have a grand celebration of cur Centennial "Fourth" Is apparent. Says the Clinton Advocate: "onr merchants arc Kilo an. I lawyers are playing chess." New Potatoes in the market sell at CO cents per peck. Hon. M. C. Brown.ex-mcmbcr of the Missou ri Legislature, from Parts, Mo., has moved to ' t. Louis to practice law. Tho Tom Stevens makes n trip up the Osage and hack every three days and is doing a driv ing busines. "Plant vuur hens by the middle of May," re. marks and agricultural auihority,"if you would enjoy June egg-plant." A despairing husband aks an exchange how to elevate an ill-fcinpeied wife Get her ire up we should say. St. Louis Journal. L'x. Minister Godlove S. Ortb is tube tendered a grand reception vwn hl nrn'vil at his homo in Indiana. Carl Schurz has been invited to deliver the oration and Wh...

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. — 26 May 1876

FADING, C HANOI NO. DYINO Everything bcnutlful. darling, must fade ; ' The rose and the lily, tlio pride of the field, And myrtle, wbleh hides the rude mark of the spade, Where loved ones are slceiiing, will all have to yield To Time's busy gl eaner, who gathers the leaves And unopened buds In the forest and plain, To carefully bind them In bundles and sheaves, And carry them off to return not agdn. Everything beautiful, darling, must change; The woodland, the meadow and the course of the stream ; Those scenes now familiar ere long will seem strange, And only bo thought of as seen in a dream. Of pictures of memory long hung away, And faded by age, or dust of the past ; Each moment of pleasure refuses 'o stay, ' The voice of the zephyr Is lost In the blast. Every thing beautiful, darling, must die, And that which increases will surely decrease The sturdy old oak as a dust-heap will lie, The song and the singer will both have to cease; Vet there is a hope that each beautiful thing Tho...

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. — 26 May 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, MAY 26. 1876. ON TO CINCINNATI. The Missouri Republican Conven tion. Milo Blair Chairman. G. A. Finkelnburg's Ringing Reso lutions. Delegates Chosen. Jkitehsox city, May 24. One of the largest Republican Conventions that ever assembled in this State met at tlio Capitol to-day. Every district was well and warmly represented. The interest that wns manifested in the occasion was unlookcd tor. But clrcumstnnces operated to arouse a deep feeling in tho issue. In localities covert steps liad been taken to capture the convention in the interest of some particular presidential aspi rant. But news of such proceedings having spread over the State nd as th.i permission of .such a thing to bo accomplished was deemed unwise in the widest ylegrce, there was a uni versal rally to prevent it. The result indicated u very even division of sentiment in regard to candidates, with a predominance in favor of Blaine or Bristow, Morton standing well up with them. 1'KOCRKDIXUS MKK...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 26 May 1876

XI 1i The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 20, 1870 LOCAL NEWS. The demand for silver has dwindled to noth in?. There is a prospect now that the Centennial Exhibition will bo opened on Sundays. Miss Nellie Burden Is a young lady of Spring field. She ought to un-Burden herself. Cheeso and pickens. or pease and chickens you pav your money, and take your choice. Col. L. II. Waters is moving his family from Cairollton to this city, and taking quarlors in Brawn's block. The sentence of Feineman has been postpon ed till the 5th of June, in the interest of other prosecutions. His accidcncy, Silas "Woodson, is a delegate to the Democratic Convention the 31st. What's he after? Scalps? Received a large lot of Nails and Salt, which will be sold verv low to the trade. may 12-wtf. J. T. Craven & Co. The President of the School Board objects to criticism, and yet he will criticise every one of opposing views. The ladies of the Baptist Church will giva a strawberry and ice cream festival at the Capi...

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. — 26 May 1876

The State Journal- FRIDAY, MAY 20. 1876. "Tho IlraveRt of the tJraves" The Mystery of Marshal Key's Fate, A curious story is going tho rounds of th Western press to the effect that Mar shal Ney was not shot, ns history tells us, but) that he came to tho United States and lived lor manv years in the South, where ho was hnowii as Peter Stewart Ney. Tho story is not a new one. Some tiino about year 1830 a French gentleman known as "Peter Not resided in Darlington or Marl boro' district, in this state, and pursued the profession of teaching. Many old cit izens are still living who wero his pupils. Some curious facts are related concerning hi gentleman which tend to corroborate the suspicon that he may have been Mar shal Ney t the first empire. At the time referred to lie is said to have been exceed ingly reticent as to his personal and pri vate history. In conversation, however, he showed a remarkable familiarity with all thoeyenls and battles of the Napoleon ic wars, and very frequentl...

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. — 2 June 1876

Journal VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY, MO.. FRIDAY. JUNE 2, 1876. NO. 24 The State .1 f,. 1 . s V .Ik. - I i. WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday nv N. C. BURCII. Terms of Subscription s Single copies, per yem ?l)0 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 01uls of twenty, per year 1,00 IXVAISIAI1LY IN ADVANCK. phys ician & Surgeon. (TjOfficc and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchswfiffe Bank. rap25-lv. HENRY NITCHY -iEAL ESTATE 'GENT, V , JEFFERSON CITY, 510. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMTS sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. Office over White Janvier's store, High Street . dcc.27 72hf FRE D O MME I i , OKA LICK IX Books fe tationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Aprent for Fairchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. HIGH STREET, e.27.'72-ir Jefferson City. Mo Chas. X. BuscIl. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sts JEFFERSON CITY, MO. A LA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 2 June 1876

Th State Journal. VUIDAY. Jl'XB 2, 1876. MEMORIAL DAY. Oration of Colonel Kirby. 1 r. 1 1 i r i 1 1 1 ' I il sun ami flagrant lreo:;es ot May have come again, and with t heir coining it is again our privilege to greet each other at the last resting place of those noble men who marched fearlessly into the valley of death to join the great army of martyrs to the right. We hear v. ith us our accustomed iloral tribute to their memory ; and as the lowers of May sshed for us a perennial perfume, so may the pa triotic dead whom the loving care t' their countrymen has entombed within this beautiful enclosure, iind a sweet memory in the hearts of the free forever. They inarched down to death gallantly and well, and they lie here silent but powerful monitors to us, that no sacrifice is too great for the unity of that country, which is to-day one only because they heroically oifercd them selves as victims upon its altar. Nations have their heroes men re nowned in song and story for court ly de...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 2 June 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1876. CHAMPION BASE BAWL MATCH 'The Great Unwashed." They meet ami Select Dele gates to the National Con vention Juno 21th, at St. Louis. They Adopt a Platform. Tllrien Fouled Out. J El TEi'.sox Crrv, Mo., May 31st. The Cjnventlon of the Democracy to send i.lelesutn to tho National Convention of the party at St. Louis on the 27!h of Juno, assem bled here to-day . It was attended by quite all tho leading iron of the party, particularly its old timers. Of these, perhaps the most dis tinguished lookin is Judge Jarses IT. Birch, Towering above the erowd.histall form.dresscd in an old style suit or blue had the appearance of an aged hemlock, that hud buffeted the storms ot maui a winter or political adversity which bad left it "dead at tho top." Then there was ancient Jesse Morlin, of Platte, Superanuatcd .1 :ika Davis of Clark, and were we to seareli further we would doubtless find others, who :.. hn ""limner-a of the moon," as if there bad come A POLI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 2 June 1876

F The State Journal FRIDAY. JUNK 2, 1870. LOCAL NEWS. I'lo-nielng Ix the ruse now. Tick picking will follow. California i to huvc u Centennial Fourth, ditto Hermnnn. Fitzliugh writes: "My letter was dambly tmicilatcd. " Gov. Hardin has appointed Jos. L. Stephens Aid do Camp on his Muff with the rank of Colonel. The latest natural curiosity is a dog which lias n whistlo growing at the end of his tail. He calls himself when wanted. Somebody who wishes to break ui the medi cal profession proposes to append to every death notice the name ot the doctor. Died In this City, Thursday, May 25th, nf tcr a brief illness, George Watson eldest son of J . Christy and Virginia Watson. We met a number of our Republican breth ren ot the ijuill tit the State Convention all good lellows. The "rifle team"' has been doing some shoot ing of late, but with what result they arc per haps ashamed to report. They were trying the State's new arms. Harvy Buncc is made chairman of the Board of Discount of the Ce...

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. — 2 June 1876

TWILIGHT VOICES. What are the whispering voices. That awako at twilight fall? Do they cotuo from the golden suuset With their haunting, haunting call? They tell mo of breezy spring-times, And of dreamy summer even. And of snow-wreaths merrily shaken From the shining Ivy loaves. Itut tho far-off treblo changcth To a tenor tone, and no I know that tho voice tell me. Only of long ago. What are the tuneful voices That of early dawn are born? Do they como from the orient portals Of tho palace of the morn? They tell of a golden city, With pearl and jasper bright. And of shining forms that beckon Out of the dazzling light. Then a rush of far-off harpings Blends with the vision clear, And I know that the night i passing. And I know that the day is near? Good Words. F. II.-; FATAL RENCONTRE. Shooting of J. Koyle Adam. I Accused of a Shameful Aot Shoots at Hia Accuser and is Himself Shot. The Boonville Advertiser of Friday evening; reports the difficulty between J. Boyle Adams and Frank Bradl...

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. — 2 June 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 2. 1876. Ik the Democrats would carry Delaware in the Presidential contest, they must cer tainly nominate Senator Bayard at St. Louis, Rays the Wilmington Commercial. The President has brought an end to the quarrel over the post office at St. Joe, by tho appointment of Robt. P, Richard son to the office. The Senate at once confirmed the appointment. James G. Blaine will go into tho Cin cinnati Convention with three hundred uid sixteen votes. Sixty-three, more votes will nominate him. The signs of the times nro that tho next President and Vice-President ot the United States will be James (J. Blaine and Ben. II. Bristow. The impression seems to prevail at Washington among his friends that Don Cameron will decline the Secretaryship ot W ar. There is no reason assigned lor his except tho chum, which JS doubted, that he was not consulted about the ap pointment, and is not prepared, on ac count ot health and business, to accept it. In another column we publ...

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. — 2 June 1876

Commissioned. IturrtfU's 'fccsfsnntYon. We deeply regret thnl Dr. Hull, of the Sc dalin Democrat admits to the column of his lnicr tho misrepresentations which have been put In circulation concerning the circumstances connected with the resignation and departure from Washington of Hon. 8. S Burdett. That miy one who knows Mr. Bur dett, would purposely seek to poison the minds of his friends Against him seems Incredible. But that this has been done, cannot be doubted. From an informant quite us reliable as the Democrats wo learn that the circumstances of Mr. Burdett's resignation are these: That some mouths ngo Mr. Burdett was prostrated with a disease that came near carrying him to his prnve, and that still threatens to cut short his days on the earth, we nil knovr. A few weeks ngo ho whs here on a visit, endeavoring to re cruit his health. lie returned to Washington, somewhat improved, but still haunted with the vague fear that he would be unablo to grapple with the vast duties of ...

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. — 2 June 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JUNE 2. 1876. Something to set us Thlnklne. Ninety years hence not a single man or woman, now twenty years of age will be alive I Alas i how many lively nctors at present on the stage of life will make their long ere ninety years shall have rolled away ! And could we be sure of ninety years, what are they P "A tale that Is told a dream ; an empty sound, that passeth on the wings ot the wind away and isfforgot ten, Years shorten as man advances in age. Like the degrees In longitude, man's lile declines as he travels toward the fro zen pole, until it dwindles to a point nnd vanishes forever. Is it possiblo that life is of so short duration ? Will ninety years erase all the golden names over the doors in town and country.and substitute others in their stead P Will all the new blooming beauties lado and disappear, all the pride and passion, the love, hope and joy pass away in ninety years and bo forgotten P 'Ninety years," save death : "do you think I will wai...

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. — 9 June 1876

1, f t I 1 1 .' f int. VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY, MO.. FRIDAY. JUNE 9, 1876. NO. 25 T oiiriia 1 I V i J WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday 1 BY N. C. BURCH. Term of Subscription t Singlecoplcs. peryeai 1,50 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year... 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. DR. JXTO. BAKER, physioiaii & Surgeon. (-Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. rap2Mr, HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE fBENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. irallYS AND 8 ELLS LANDS ON COMMIS fl sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. Offlce over White Janvier's store, High Street . deo.27 TIM FRED ROMMEL, DEALER IN Books & tationery TOSRTODICAL8. BLANK BOOKS. CHRO- JT mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Vma maAe, to order. Agent for Fairchild's '; Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. HJQH STREET, .S7.'72-1T Jeffrson Cltvt Mo Clias. L. Bnsoh Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sts . . JEFFERSON CITY, M...

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. — 9 June 1876

The State Journal- FRIDAY, JUNE 9. 1876. itAii.no vn taxation.I C. V. iiptaln Stepliein' euro for County A rut-Ice Caiucs of trouble between Missouri Railroads and Cnuntlvs They Penetrate Outside Counties Fleeced by State- Laws. (To Hie Editor or Tho Advertiser.) Much lias been said and written upon the subject of taxing railroads in this slate, and the collection of taxes thereon, but I invite atten tion to. what seems to me, an important though much neglected matter, connected .therewith, viz : the subject of a proper legal and equitable application or distribution of the net proceeds f such taxes ufter collection. There are In this state two separate nnd dis tinct classes of railroads, requiring the exer cise of different rules with reference to this sub ject, viz: those that liavo been assisted by the Hale, that I will call subsidy roads, and those that have been built by counties' towns und private means without any help from the state, that I will call 'Independent roads. It i...

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. — 9 June 1876

Tho State Journal. FRIDAY, JUNE 9. 1876V LOCAL NEWS. ; That fire-bolli ' Dry and dusty again more rain needed., ;, Moonlight sociables are the rase Just now. Our railroad dopes are dashed to earth again. The city workhoune Is to be Investigated? fh. arnitnii ' ,'" " - " ' 1 ' ,;" ; Politic! waxcth hot In the city U between Democrats, however. ',' "' The Pleasant Hill Review raises the name of Cclsus, Price for Governor, . The Joplln Dally Evening news has been en larged to ft six-column paper. ' ' Did you say a hose tower was to be built? Yes, If Its cost don't exceed 9225 . ( . Lincoln Institute examinations are In pro gress, and are giving good satisfaction. 1 The river has started on Its annual .Tune rise and Is coming up very rapidly. Cherries and Strawberries grown In tho vi cinity are quite plentiful now. . ' , y i . ' Tho California base ball club beat the Tipto nians on Tuesday by a score of 60 to 18. Osage boating Is getting a little bit precari ous. Only about threo feet o...

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. — 9 June 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, JUNE 9. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Fine corn weather. Fine shower yesterday. Fishing parties are in order. More welcome rain In the prospect. Splendid weather for growing crops. Delightful showers al.nost every day. Cole county will not repudiate her bonds. Osceola now has a daily mail vice Appleton City. Is it true that Hardin Is no longer a green back man? The young Democracy seem to favor Vest for Governor. Frank Stewart has been appointed clerk of penitentiary. The Morgan county school funds apportioned this year amount to 10,653.53. James R. Winchell, has been confirmed as Tost Master at Hannibal. They are muking hay down in Franklin coun ty, at least Mr. Vitt is. Wheat has a fair appearance and gives prom ise of an average yield. B. A. Franklin of Kansas City will be a can didate for re-election to congress. George C, Wooley. has been appointed and confirmed Register of Lands at Spriugfield Mo. The steamer "Nadlne" has passed into the hands of some Bnonvillla...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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