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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 9 June 1876

--a .;r.- ft ri-'rrfiTm.ilif imiinrmsYfr'Yirai--r n T A I I ' ( COUNTRY SCHOOL. .f rretty and pale and tired She sits In her stiff-backed chair, , While the biasing summer tun , ; Shines Id on her loftbrpwo hair, , ; . And the tiny brook without, ..;.,.' That the bears through the open door. Mocks with Ita murmur cool .,-.. Hard bench and duaty floor. It seem such an endless round Grammar and A, B, 0 The blackboard and the sums : The stupid geography; . When from teacher to little Jem Not one of them cares a straw, Whether "John" is In any "csu'," Or Kansas In Omaha. But Jemmy's bare brown feet Are aching to. wade In the stteam, Where the tront to his luring bait Shall leap; with quick bright gleam ; And his teacher's blue eyes stray To the flowers on the desk hard by, -Till her thoughts hare followed her eyes With a half-unconscious sigh. Her heart outruns the clock, As she smells their faint sweet scent ; But when hare time and heart Their measure in unison blent? For time will ha...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 9 June 1876

Th& State Journal ; , , , I I , .Hi., - - FRIDAY;" JUNE 9, 1876. - 1 4 Abdul AeIs is now Abdul at was. Wiir shouldn't an office seeker settle to re Kerr ? '' Success in obtaining power is the aim of the pretenled reformers.''' ' ' ' The Democracy of Missouri are catch ing it on every hand for their platform. Iowa is solid for Blaine, it is claimed by his friends; but report hath it that it is Blaine 17; Conkling 3; Morton 2. ' The indications point to another railroad war. the principal advantage of which, as anticipated, will be a reduction of faro to the Centennial. Ex-Governor Jno. S. Phelps was in tho city in attendance on the late Democratic Convention. Ho did show himself but he was nowhere, aside of Vest. IVe are frequently asked what the Re publicans are going to do in Missouri this campaign. Take it easy, grow fat and be happy, wo presume. Blaine anticipated his investigating committee n.littlc, and submitted to the country their report of his case himself, and now they...

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. — 9 June 1876

UNITED .STATfSHMt A , 1 , " -. .".'.( .1 a .-.-(Tii1...''ii '. . roRTOFFICS PKrABTMEIfT, J Washington, May ZO, 1870. J Proposals will bo received At the Contract Offlooof this Department until t elook p. m. of 13th of July, 1876, (to be emdel by thetlst of July.) for carrying . the mail of,. Uip IJnlted States from October 1st. 187K to June 30, 1879, on the following routes In the Statoof Missouri and by the schedule of departure! anl arUTals here in specified, vie : -.:t .-. i 28493 From Marlon to Eltston Station, 7 miles ' and bnck, once a week.' Leave Marlon Saturday at 1 p m; Arrive at Ellston St a-, tion by 8 n m ; Lme Ellston Station Bat ' urday at p m ; Arrive at Marlon, by H p ni. Bond required with bid $70. 23494 From Palmyra, bv Little Union and Philadelphia, to .West.Spi iugfield, 82 miles and back,, twice week. 1 Leave Palmyra Wednesday and Saturday at 6 a .. m; Arrive at West Springfield by- W:30 p m ; Leive West Springfield Wednesday Hnd Saturday at 1 p m; Arrive.at Pa...

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. — 9 June 1876

The Stato Journal FRIDAY. JUNE 9, 1876. GOLD AND BLOOD, Red Devils on a Murdering Expe dition Dispatch an Old Man In Sight of Camp. A late letter from the gold region states that it is the fltm behet ot the Black Hill ites that the fifty odd murders which hare thus far this season been committed by the redskins, cannot be charged to the ac count ot the wild Yellowstono and Big Horn Indians, but were committed by the agency reds ; that is by the Indians who livo on the bounty of the govern ment at the Red Cloud. Spotted Tail, Yankton, Brule, Cheyenne, and other agencies dur mg the winter months. This great chain ot agencies encircles the Black hills on the west and south, and the tribes keep up a constant inter-communication. The trails which they daily follow in going trqm one agency to another is crossed by every Black hills adrenfurer in going to or com ing away from the hills. This summer while the squaws and paopooses are eat ing government proTender at the govern ment stations,...

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. — 16 June 1876

Journal lie VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. JUNE 16. 1876. NO. 26 r State i WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday BY N. C. BURCH. Termi of Subscription I Single copies, peryeat $1,60 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. " PR. J2TO. B rt TTF.R physician & Surgeon. ("Offico and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap2My, HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE I.GENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMI8 slon, Pay Taxes, Redeem LandsJSold for Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. Offico over White Janvier's store, High Street deo.27 72hf FRED ROMMEL, DEALKK IN Books & tationery PERIODICALS, BIjANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fairchild'S Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. niOH STREET. .27.'72-it Jeflfrson City, Mo Chas. L. Busch. Chicago Lumber Yard, , f!cfians;e W-n-arevJieffferson Sts .r G. Burch, immediately rt , --lii. Died 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. — 16 June 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY, JUNE 16. 1876. OBSTACLES, Oration By .Jolm A. Affcc, at Lin coln Institute, June J), 1870. IhitlM, when asked by the Egyptian king (or (in easier way of learning the science he had c-tublUhed, replied, "There is no royal road to p?onu'iry." Centuries Iiuvc proved bis utter mice true. Within the realm of nature, nil is subject to adverse Influence. Nothing is free from impi d iiiionts, whether it be animate or inanimate. The multitude of worlds in they were launch ed fortii from tho Creator's band, would li'ivo moved in the game direction forever bad it not been for i-cnt riprtnl force, by which they are drawn toward their respective I'entres. The tree that is quickened by the genial rays of n apring day sun, often suffers from adverse in fluences. A cold, wintry blast will nip its swelling buds, and the prospect of abundant fruit U blighted. The sumo thwarting influence are brought to bear on man himself. The rich, the poor, the hih. the low, the old, the y...

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. — 16 June 1876

t A Ths State Journal FRIDAY. JUNE 16, 1876. TWO PICTURES. " An old farm-house with meadows wide. And sweet with clover on each side . ; A, bright-eyed boy who looks from out . The door1 with woodbine wreathed about, A nd wishes his one thought nil day : ' 'Ohl if 1 could but fly away , - , From this dull spot the world to wo. How happy, happy, happy, llow happy I would beP , , -Amid the city's constant din, A nun whof 6und tho'world has been Is thinking, tblukinsf nil day long, "Oli 1 if I could trnco once moro ' The lleld-path to the rarm-house door. 1 The old green meadows could I sac, '. How happy, happy, happy, . How happy I would be !" LOCAL NEWS. Pay up. Law seems to be of eloso km to politics. The crops are growing splendidly after tho rain'. .. . 1 ' The now pie ted.". cell building is not "nearly com- Blaine received 'still lives." a sunstroke Sunday, but he uun n wim me "grepiiuacKs" or von will have to pay specie. Gen. II. B. Johnson did not go to tho Cincin nati convent...

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. — 16 June 1876

Tk State Journal. FRIDAY. JUNE 16, 1876. LOCAL NEWS. River at a stand. The Democrats fear ait well as hate Blatue. The street committee seem to bo In earnest. Thev show no favor and know no persons. An opportunity Is now offered to bur two railroads in Missouri. Josiah K. Lamkln is one ol tlio oldest resi dents of Cole county. He came here In 1824. Get accident policies ol Oscar O. Rurch, be fore starting to the Convention or Centennial. Public printers cxtremly busy on Department reports. The new name for it is an unavoidable cir cumstance." We understand that John F.Heinricks. Esq, is quite ill will typhoid fever. The work of improving Main street has be gun. George Robinson has it In charge. The family of II. It. Branch has removed Trom Brown's row to the residenco ot Cha. A. Terry. Billy Ryder, the late Democratic Ward Poli tician, of St. Louis, Is engaired In peeling pota toes for his comrades in the pen. Did anybody ride the cannon to Hannibal? If not who is responsible for it...

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. — 16 June 1876

f i. n "reo it T .liloj tocU ity i For the Jouhnal: O DARK, 8WKET KTK! 0. dark, sweet eyes as clear and warm At June nights are, be kind to roe ; Grow softer; let my lore dliarm ' ' The proud, quick glance that wake alarm ; Look on me, dear eyei, tenderly And melt me wltb your sorter charm. Sweet eyes, all men that see admire Your durkly radiant orbs white-mailed With argent lids, and lit with fire That thought fane erer purer, higher, 0, let me see your splendors veiled With Love's soft fondness and desire. O, glorious eyes, whose lustrous light - Reveals bright, quick Intelllgcuce That all men recognize at sight, Burn on for others star-like bright, But turn on me raysless intense, Beams chastened by affection's might. O splendid eyesl In dreams I see Your white lids droop, your lashes sweep Down cheek-ward, while deliclously . The light of tenderness for me From wells of passion, pure-end deep Fills all my heart with ecstacy. Only in dreams, dear eyes, I gaze Into your fathomless...

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. — 16 June 1876

tuiuaii KUUIi lO. 100. A Congressional Tarbox ! Well there. Cutting tlio Gordian Knott Blalno's speech. '"'' v' hat garment does tho Democrat lo party seem to think the most fitting lor their next Governor P A Vest. The popular idea now is that ours .is n government ol three co-ordinato branches the Executive, the Judicial, and Blaine. Wo seo it indicated hero and thoro that tho Great Unknown to ho named by tho Convention at Cincinnati will bo U S. Grant. Ik Hardin is nominated tor Governor, his supporters may he considered as favor ing tho "Third term.1' Two into six three times you know. Mr. Blaine is debating now when to adjourn. The southern conlederacy dues not desire him to continue in session later than tho first ot August. That was a fearful conspiracy against speaker Kerr. His $.100 man was dis missed Irora tlto army lor drunkenness. Why didn't the fellow keep sober and sus tain tho speaker's well known purity of character? The Democrats ot Maine met m con vention ami passe...

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. — 16 June 1876

V 1 .1 ' ' .1 " ,( . ;V. 1. 1 UN1ED STATES MMLiln f'.. ,1 .5 5 " ji -I- J Post ofiice Department, I WA8UINGTOS, May 20, 1870. i i'roposai.b win do rcceiven an mo contract Ofllce of this Department until 8 o'clock p.m. , of Kith of July. 1870. (to bo decided by the 31st I ' -. C T..1.. . . . . . r rv Mafia lf li n llnllnd States from October 1st. 187B. to June 30, 187, on the following routes in the State of Missouri anil by the schedule of departures and arrivals hero in specified, viz: ,- ' '". " 2S193 From Marlon to Ellstoo Station, 7 miles nud buck, once a week. Leave Marlon Saturday at 1 1 m; Arrive at Ellston Sta tion by 3 p 111 ; Leave Ellston Station Sat urday at 4 p m ; Arrive at Marion by 6 p in. Bond required with bid $70. From Palmyra, bv Little Union and Philadelphia, to West Springfield, 22 miles ami back, twice a v.uek. Leave Palmvra Wednesday and Saturday nt 6 a in; Arrive at West Springfield by 12:30 p m; Le-ive West Springfield Wednesday and Saturday at 1 p m; Arriv...

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. — 16 June 1876

Tho Stato Journal FRIDAY, JUNK 16. 1876. ROSCOE CONKLING, The Man for the Crisis and the Hour Speech of Dr. Wm. II. Watson, Be fore the UtlCA Conkling Club. May 31, 1870. Mr. President the name, the character and the publlo career ot Roscoe Conkling are familiar to the whole American peo ple. For twenty years he has been a dis tinguished leader in the public councils, ana so prominent has been his position, and so commanding: his influence, that the history of the republican party, of its pu blic policy in peace and in war, ot its trials and its triumphs during that long: period, has been his history. Owing nothing to fortune, but to God alone the gilt of a genius ot unsurpassed briliancy and power, his indomitable en ergy, aud indelutigable industry, his un sullied and incorruptible integtity, his un yielding fidelity to his convictions, his unequaled versatility of talent,have placed him in the front rank of the greatest statemen ot the age ; while his devoted natriotism. has daun...

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. — 23 June 1876

1 lie .1 .(..: VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. JUNE 23. 1876. NO, 27 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday ' BY N. C. BURCH. Term, of Subscription t Single copies, per yeai $1,50 Clubs of ten per year .' 1,23 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ' SE. JITO. physician & Surgeon. Aid Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. rap2'i-lT. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE 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, High Street dec.27 72hF FRED ROMMEL, . DEALER IN Books & tationory PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO nios, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fairchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. niGH STREET, .27,'72-iv Jeffrson City, Mo Chas. L. Busoli. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sts JEFFERSON CITY, MO. A LARGE STOCK OF ALL KI...

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. — 23 June 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY, JUNE 23. 1876. NATIONAL REPUBUCAN TICKET. ron I'uesident: RUTHERFORD It. HAYES, OF OHIO. FOlt VICK-VKESIDENT : WILLIAM A. "WHEELER, OF NEW YORK. Republicans prefer to hare Blaine in Congress for n while ret. The Democrncy are again threatening to Greeley izo, David Dans Is named by the Chicago Times as the Black Horse ol the St. Louis tilt. The "audacity of genius" is valuable in a leader, but the audacity ot integrity is better. The readers of the Democratic papers publishing the associated press reports have had some good wholesome reading lately. Blaine is not on the ticket, but he will be on the stump where his service will be quite ns effective in making Democrats uncomfortable. . Between Tilden's anti-war record and Hancock's exploit in the execution of Mrs. Surratt, the democracy are in great sweat for a candidate. It will take a bigger Vest than is poss essed by the party to hide from view the real purpose of the Democrats who have the management of...

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. — 23 June 1876

UNITED STATES MAIL. Post Omcu Department, J Washington May 20, 1870. ) rROPOBAt.S "will be received at the Contract Offlooof this Department until S o'clock p.m. of Kith of July, 1876, (to be decided by the Slut of July.) for carrying the mails of the United States from October 1st. 1870. to Juno 30. 1879, on the following routes in tho State of Missouri and by the schedule of departures anil arrivals here in specified, via : 2S403 From Marlon to Elision Station, 7 miles and buck, once a week. Leave Marlon Saturday at lpm; Arrive nt Ellston Stn '" tion by 8 p ni ; Leave Ellston Station Sat- .. i urduv at 4 p rn Arrive at Marlon by 0 p m, . Bond required with bid $70. . 2S494 From raltnvra, bv Little Union and Philadelphia," to West Springfield, 92 mile unci back, twice a week. Leave Palmyra Wednesday and Saturday ut 6 a m ; Arrivo Bt West Springfield bv 12 :30 p m: Leive West Springfield Wednesday and Saturday at 1 p m ; Arrive at Palmy ra by 7 p m. Bond required with bid. From Lama...

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. — 23 June 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY, JUNE 23. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Schurz will support Hayes. Rain cnousb Tor the present. TLe river mill rising and more coming. Blaine's friends stick tohim.and Blaine sticks to Hayes. The Missouri State Lottery lias been again raided by the St. Louis police. It Is announced tliat Secretary Bristow lias resigned to take effect July 1. The 'Culitbumplans" are to appear on the 4 h ( July at Savannah, Mo. The St. Louis Times is very mad because o the nominatiou of Hayes an dWIieelcr. The dollar excursion from Boonville proved rather expensive alter all. It is astonishing how inuny "unavoidable cir cumstances" occur during n rainy day. Our farmers nearly all succeeded in getting their tobacco plants set out at the proper time Bittinger is to be translerred to the Buchanan county tail. Clover not harvei-ted will probably be lost this season. The Centennial numbers or file of the State Journal are 3,tW9 and 3810. The river is not only comiiiK down hut going up. The J u...

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. — 23 June 1876

ENCHANTMENT. The Mill we see on the ocean , ' . , Are as white as white can be; But never one in the harbor - ! As white as the sails at sea. And the clouds that crown the mountain With purple and gold delight, Turn to cold, gray mist and vapor Ere ever we reach the height. The mountains wear crowns of glory Only when seen lrom afar; And the sails lose all their whiteness Inside of the harbor bar. Stately and lair is the vessel That comes not near our ben-h ; Stately and grand the mountain Whose height we never may reach. Ob! Distance, thou dear enchanter, Still hold in' thy magie veil The glory of far-otf mountains, The gloutn of the far-off sail t Record of the Year. DOMESTIC DIPLOMACY now JonccJSecured the Respect of Mrs. Jours Mr. Jones was standing in her back yard feeding the thickens, when Stonewall Jackson came running in, crying as though his heart would break, and told her that Bill Brown had slapped him for nothing. Mrs. Jones never said a word, but she grit her teeth har...

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. — 23 June 1876

Th State Journal FRIDAY. JUNE 23, 1876. CALL FOU THE CENTENNIAL CONOHKSS OF LIBERALS. '. Announwmrnt of the Committee. To the Liberal PuWc: At a preliminary convention of Liberal Leagues held at Lincoln Hall, Philadelphia, September 17th, 18th, and l'Jtu, lsio. tiio following resolutions were passed: "Resolved, That the principle ot the absolute separation of Church find State is the corner stone of all civil and religious liberty, and the universally recognized foundation of the Con stitution and GoTcrument of the United States. "Resolved, That the exemption of church property from taxation; the Kupportof chnp- lalns by public funds; the direct or Indirect ap. proprlation of public money for sectarian pur poses of any sort; the maintenance of religious services In public institutions, and especially the use of the Bible in the public school; the appointment of facts or thanksgivings by pub lie authority; the use of the judicial oath In stead of simple affirmation under the pains an...

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. — 23 June 1876

f The Stato Journal FRIDAY. JUNE 23. 1876. BEFORE THE PRIME. You think you love me,; Miruerite,M f, i BecauM vou find Love's fancy tweet; . I " . 80. zealously, you seek a alftn '1 ' h '. To prove your heart is wholly mine. ' Ah, were it sot Rut listen, deari Bethink you bow, this very year, . With fond Impatlonce you were fain To watch the earth grow green again ; When April's violets, here and there, Surpressed that uncxpectant air. . , You searched them out, and brought me somo, To show, you said, that sprint: was come, v But, sweetheart, when the lavish May Rained flowers and fragrance round your way , Tou had no thought her bloom to bring To prove the presence of the sprint;! Bellevo me, when Love's April time Shrill ripen to its perfect prime, You will not need a sign, to know What every glance and breath will show ! Kate Putnam Osgood, in Jnly Atlantic. LOCAL " D. D. Dend Duck. David Davis. Go a fishing! "The secretary stood alone." The cabinet war is still waging. The river ...

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. — 23 June 1876

The' State' Journal FRIDAY, JUNE 23. 1876.., , Platform of the National Re . publican Party Adopted . at Cincinnati; Juno 15th, 187G. When, In bo economy ot providence this land was to be purged ol human sla very, and when the strength of the gov ernment of the people by the people for the people was to be demonstrated, the Republican party came into power. Its deeds haye passed into history, and we look back to them with pride incited by their memories and high aims for the good of our country and mankind; and looking to the future with unfaltering courage, hope and purpose, we,' the re Dresentatives of the party, in national convention assembled, mako the following declarations of principles: First The United States ot America is a Nation not a league. By the combi ned workings ot the national and Stale governments under their respective con futations, the rights ot every citizen are secured at home and protcctcp abroad, cd, and the common welfare promoted. Second The Republican p...

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