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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 14 July 1876

CENTRAL SAVING BANK. THE CAMPAIGN. THE REPUBLICANS. THE INDIAN BUTCHERY. THE CONFEDERATE FLAG, ASSignmeut of ltt Burlnes to a Board of Trartee. ' Considerable excitement wax created this morning by the publication In the Republican of the suspension of the Central Sayings bank on Third street, between Olive and Locust streets. At an early hour the director of the bank caused a notice, printed in both English and German, to be past on the door of the In stitution notifying the patrons thnt business was supended "in view of the monetary condi tion of the bank," and that a conveyance and as f Ignment of all its property and assets had been made to Judge Joe. O'Neill, Charles Green and E. T. Farish, as trustee! for the depositors, creditors and stockholders. The directors of the bank are Henry J . Spaun liorft, Redmond Clearr, John Cyrne, Jr., Ilujjh Boyle, Hy. F. Berning, John C. Degen hart and John F. Slevin. lion. Henry J. Spaun horst is president and John II. Tracy, cashier. The ban...

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. — 14 July 1876

The Stato Journal' F1UDAT. JULY 14. 1376. Onr Centennial Li.tr. Editor Slat? Journal: 1 have seen no person yet who proposed to tell what ho had seen. An Oil'') juln IxM me all wa lost to li'.m in (he forest of si;;l!N except two objects, a poppoose ami tho oi il ual locomotive. Tf this exposli Ion were cu'. Info tlioiisnml, a person con M tell more ub nit any one of ho parts thiiii h would now all. 1 was very much pleased wi'htlie wmiiCi.N exp).slllou. In which were representation from most ol the world. Amcioiiii ladle lud a good share of the nice tiling-!. Even Queen Victoria new over n piece ald to bi? woven by herown lim N. llupo it was. Several cprci mens of einbruid'vy from pr;iic''c were on exhibition. Italy had a la'j;c i mount of fine (ipei-impiis, mosi'y from Sister, or Km toes of chinch gchooK Sp;.in lo showed lazily in this department. But Japan wan 'ti advance of ihem all in Urn 'tfa-like cliaracv nf the work exhibl'cd by !iiiu. A judge JmcusoIv re marked once uf er lo...

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. — 14 July 1876

The State Jour nal FRIDAY. JULY 14. 1870. LOCAL NEWS. Measureless mud. Star whar yo Is! The rutn arc general. Ws'.ward Mm Slur of Empire lukes its way. Strangers me beginning" to arrive !a tlie city. Senator Belch I down onions the Gascon aders. fk.res and Wheeler clubs are all the fashion every whrre. Nearly all tho larniersof this cutiuty have saved their wheat. St. Cla'r county consumed over 300 worth of powder on the Fourth. An island Is rising out or the Missouri di rcot'y in front of the depot. Not a candidate for re-election, except in a contir.f ncy is Governor Ilardin. C-n?e county is prepariiie fur the organiza tier of Hayes and Wheeler clubs. KNsmzr the hired minis reprehensible, but not euo.igh to e.;ure a divorce in lMinois. State warrants ut a discount of 10 per cent. Talk about Slato credit under Democratic rule. Blackberries are felling at 80 cents a gallon, anl f.re finding ready sale at that figure very finr. lion. Ja. S. Botsrord and family hare gone, to S:. Louis...

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. — 14 July 1876

Th State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 14, 187C. INDEPENDENCE GAINED AND LOST. We will have at) elegant time. You must come. "I don't think I can," saii Carrie, her eyes wundering over Julia's dainty fresh linen suit, and up to the bewitching Dolly Viirden hat which completed a lovely pic ture. "Why not, dear P Oh, I want you to ! Perhaps you dont enre to come P" This last with a coaxing pout. Yes, I do ; but Never mind the 'buts.' I shall expect you. Cousin Frank Warden is coming up. and he can walk over with you in the even Ing.' "I dont mind the getting home," replied Carrie, with a laugh. Then, good-by. You'll come P" I think not." But Carrie's voice was faint, and her eyes danced at the thought of the lun. The thoroughly buttoned groom tucked a linen duster over his mistress's flounces, and Julia kissed her hand as the sprightly ponies stepped off down the road. Carrie leaned her arms on the gate and watched the phaeton with a pleased tace. Julia was a dear iriend as young ladies esti ...

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. — 21 July 1876

r State ouma JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. JULY 21, 1876. NO. 30 i VOL. 4. I I I WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, PuUiaiieA Erwy Friday BY N. C. BURCII. Terms of SatMcrtptloa t Single copies, per year.... WfiO Clubs of ten per rear 125 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IS ADVANCE. JXTO. BflTTTr.il. physioian & Surgeon. (tjf-Office and residence in Lamkin's new Duiiaing, uppuniwj i.muvuai Exchange Bank. fap2(l-lv. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE BENT, JEFFERSON CfTY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS glon, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lauds Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. nfflnn ovr White Janvier's store, High Street . dec.27 72bf FRED ROMMEL, DEALER IN Books & Stationery PERTODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO Wall Paner and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fan-child's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. , HIGH STREET, Jefifrson City, Mo .1'. 72- Chas. L. Boson. 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. — 21 July 1876

THE CONVENTION. ft ' ?- ; A HEATED TiME F IT, " nv j. S. Phelps Nominated for Governor. Sccnrs and Incidents. The Ticket Made. .',..' Wednesday.' July 19, 1876. The day opened as out of a great furnace, np. presstvely hot mid enervating. The night hail been confortlcss and the vast multitude so ionrning In the city arose from' unrcfreshlng beds of sleep. Scarcely had the flaming chariot ot the ruthless god of day bejun to scorch the pastern odiies of the liorlzon before they com mence hurrying from their sultry rooms, and bieklng outside the coolest and shadiest re treats oftheeitv. Lolling lisilissly in every shady placa wore to bo seen great, II FATED HUNKS OF HLMAN'ITl', ' Hlllanguiuly laboring to fan Into life their drooping resolution, liy an extra effort a few of the more earnest and energetic got together in tho corridors of the Madison and discussed the 'chances" Sev eral combinations were talked up, but nothing like definite or final bargains mado. The JoiRAt.' statement 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. — 21 July 1876

,r JQDBM1 OFFICE ll i PEO IALTIE ! - ENVELOPES. ' ' . t- Corn iold. Ambor. Canary, or White on tale at the JciuiufAi. Office, at greatly reduced ratei. With printed corner, common sizes, at $2.(Vi to $4.50 per thousand. . ' '.r'.:i ,1 :hi'f .'.i it'i.' .-r.'vv !.'. .-. ;.-.' ; ! COMMERCIAL-NOtli; HEADS, 15 Neatly printed, at the 8tate Journal Job Of kick, at $U.00to3.fl0porrenm Folio Note aam price. FackotNoto from t3.60tp$4.00 per ream BETTER HEADS. 1 ., : f int , ... ) . i., ". ' .. '., ,, . -, ? (...:. u, . -.ii. v Finely printed at the 8tath Journal Job Of FiCB,from$4.60to$MH)perream. , BILL HEADS, Nicely printed, plain and tinted, at the Stat Journal Job Office, at $3. so to ffl.60 per thou and. ... ,. . ! v . MONTHLY STATEMENTS, Latest cut, at the State Journal Job Office at to 3.ao per mousanu. . BUSINESS CA11DS. tleeantlv executed, from 2.S0 to 0.00 pel tnousand, Size and quality of board regulating VISITING CAED3, Latest I'tttterns, $1.00 PER BOX! Lyons Kathairon makes heau...

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. — 21 July 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. JULY 21. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. "Soar mash." RWer foiling rapidly. Did lt"Herl" 'em much. Col. T. T. Crittenden gives tbe Vest a pull p. Tbe Tribune man it anxious for a game of tag." Col. Crittinden Is out for West we spell him with "we." Sedalia has a new city directory. Necessary, you know, the houses are so scattering. We understand that Mr. Walther will lose a large crop of barley, owing to tbe wet weather. lothing would please the Tribune people bet ter than the "supersession" of the Journal. Will the Democracy go back on Chris. Wag ner for county treasurer. We all bear the misfortunes of other people with an heroic constancy. The great would not think themselves demi gods if the little did not worship them. Tbe Wet weather has played hob with the grapes. That is it has rotted a great many of them. The Orphens C. Kerrs are becoming more numerous. The town is receiving new arrivals daily. Was Governor Uardm ever known to go back on his party? And will the p...

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. — 21 July 1876

FOR HATKS. " I . .' f il , -; ;. . r The tide ii in I tbe tide it la ! ... i i.,,, , l I hear Its deafening roar I , . :t , , , Its mighty waves, with thundering: din, . , Are bursting oa the shore I , Fling wide, lilac Wide our flag afar t ' And strike for happier days; , Count every stripe and every star ' A peopled pledge for Bares I ' ' : ' ' ' -; ' Ocr platform planki are strong and fair, What band (ball tear them down! - Bring forth, bring forth the curule chair t . : And bring the mural crown t ; ; i I hear the tramp of marching men That tbi ong tbe teeming ways ; From all the rout rings forth the about, .' "Hurrah I hurrah for Hayes I There's Sammy Tllden , of New York, And Tommy Hendricks too, Who seek to sail our ship of State With a Democratic crew; . But we've nailed our colors to the mast And we'll double-shot our guns, While full and fast before the blast. Our tide of victory runs! , , . November nigbta are dark, my boys; And November days are dim, But we'll not begrud...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 21 July 1876

. t t-tr-1,1 r-m- The State Journal .FRIDAY... JULY .21. J87C i ti I THIS COMVHMTION, CaadiAMM, (8cnM ' aad -Incident, Polo. f ' ' . " "tFroin the Dally of Tuesday, " 1 , Tbc .gathering o( the "clans" of Ihe t)enioc racy continued unceasingly throughout the day yesterday. The hotter it grew the more rapid ly they teemed to "hatcb out," thus keeping up the parallel. , The Madison House was a seeth ing cauldron from funriso to sunrise. Throiiah the first hours of the nioruing, the sentiment of the throng Was " ' ' ' LOUDEST FOR PUKLPS. . Tbe.nightitraina bad brought in a number of his active workers, and they were up betimes tnd at (heir work, like the early bird. . Not nlyad they come from the rugged fastnesses of the Southwest, but the broad and generous plains of the Northwest. , , ., Talk aboutflourishlng . . :"')'( ''THB HLGODY-BHIRT, '":- If any Republican zealot can beat these war ring factions of the Democracy at that business he never yet has confronted BcnTIinV ' "' " "Why;"...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 21 July 1876

(Continued from second page.) Vest, rbelos..,. vv"'f .v.m149 U9 uu;iwimi . . .j McClelland...'. 29 t : vho, number fVgWrrc p .-Necwwry to tfcAAJ.htlBt i - The lDcmW'toft;MfeiMmgtfedi Nrtth cheers..' f.A'rV" $ fjl $' J A delegate from Clldtotl fafote'd in ,' idjoura ment tod demanded 4 call of the roll, ' , fteiultf;Ajeg,M; noej.SOT,:';1 ; The third ballot resulted: ' '.,'., 1 ' ! vest :i Phelps,.... i :..V: . ;v; ;v isij Hockaday 19 McClelland. ........... ................. . U As the rote for PheTptWasj itSsVNiabed; S. W. Missouri Democracy cWred likft, the . reb els of olden times, and Mother yell (was" given ss John S. Tbelps wat" declared thV nominee and when Johu.T, Heard moved to make the Domination uuantmous the yell was still more shrill and prolonged. " A committee of I. was appointed to wait on Gov. Phelps and Inform him of the nomination. The convention adjourned to 8J p. m. v-i ';v 'ft-' f - V " . 5 k S ,; r rt vV ',X. Vt V,''.ipl siissto j :' ' The Convention auerabled ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 21 July 1876

The Stato Journal. FRIDAYJULY 21. 1876. A Border Adrentare. A gentleman trout the West relates the following description of a bloody and la t&l encounter between two boss herders of Texas cattle: Two separate herds were being driven west and having reached Ogahula station. 01 the U. P. railroad, they, Irora proximity, became somewhat mixed, or at least, a few belonging to one herd fell in M-h the other, which lact becoming known to the owner of the herd. Contain ' Blank, he instructed his boss herder to take a man and go and "cut them out," that is, separate them from the other herd, and return them to their own. The boss herder proceeded to comply with instructions, but waited un til the herd was "strung out" in the act of crossing the railroad track ; then he and his herder rode up and was endea voring to get out his own cattle when the boss herder ot the other herd came up and inquired what he waj about, and was informed as before stated. The other boss however, was not satis...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 28 July 1876

rr r ;iht The Stat J oiiniaJ ! : ,: ' 1 ' , (': '..rii i '. f , !. .;'. . v-'.' . i! ,. -rrzr JEFFERSON CITY. MO- FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1876. NO. 31 VOL. 4. v r WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Brery Friday . '' ' . ' ' ": BY '! ' 1 N. C. BURCH. '., - Term, of Subscription l . S inrle copies, per ycat ....,... 1,50 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per ftAt 1 ,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCK. ' DR. JHO. B2LH33II, physioian & Surgeon. (Office and residenco in Lamkin'a new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. rp25-iv. HENRY NITCHY REAL 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 u.i i-m FRED ROMMEL, DKAf.ER 1 Books & Stationery -'TTnrTriT.a. RI.ATJV TCOOTC5. CHRO- JlT mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to oroer, Agent, ior n uum i Uoiarens. u oruers wui towyo (uuiii.." tention. m HIGH STREET, ,n:T2-u Jeffrson City, Mo Chas. L. B...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 28 July 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. JULY 28. 1876. Where nre the farmers to be found on tbnt State Relorm ticket P Vest was serenaded on his return to Se dalia. His raze is temporarily hurled nt the St. Louii Republican and the "bloody shirt." . The idea ol shoving aside such men ns Hockadaf and McClelland to make room for snch men as Jack Fhilps! But that is Democratic reform. According to the recent ruling ol the Democracy ol Missouri an ex-confederate may bo a member of U. S. Senate or House of Representatives but ho is unfit to be Governor. Will not our Democratic friends stop in their boastful speeches 'about the great worth of our State bonds in New York long enough to explain why it is our State warrants are of worth so little at home : The destinctive plank ol the Republican parly in its accession to power was the doctrine ol Free Territories. Opposed to it prominently was the doctrine of "Squatter Sovereignty." Is it admitted that that, two, was an issue settled by the war P Tnf.Krth...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 28 July 1876

THE PINK TO TDK PALMETTO. A NORTH WW WOMAX'S UPLT TO A SOOTH RJ WOMAN'S fLCA FOR PBACE. We would thank yon, oh, tweet linger, for your menage ao divine, Coming up from Southern borders "The Pal- . mettn tn Mia Pln For although our land Is chilly, yet our hearts within us burn, And for the peace of former days our bosoms fondly yearn ; So from out our frozen North land we would gladly send to thee . A message of the lore we bear our sister Ten nessee. The womeu of the older days were not more good and true Than those whoever keep, to-day, their coun try's weal in view; The men of yore were not more brave than , they of later day, Vho for their love of country wore "the blue" and wore "the pray ;" Further proof of their devotion to their coun try no one needs Than the valor and endurance that signalized their deeds. , And now from war of blows or words we fain would have surcease. And let the grand Centennial year bring to u s perfect peace. And let It be a peace to last throughout al...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 28 July 1876

The State Journa l FRIDAY. JULY 28. 1676. LOCAL NEWS. McGrath u endorsed. ,. ., . Did Trice f'set em up?" We are glad It Is over. ' " Dclglo decline a rc-nomlnatlon. Judge Ilollnday has cause for congratulation. Has Hon. John S. Phelps a family? Krockmeyer ratified his own nomination. Our patrons will greatly aid Hnd oblige us by liromptly paying up. Frank McOill has been appointed clerk in the P.O. . . ' Senator Josh Laduo went homo without u nomination. , , Shall Cole county be controlled by a Tamma ny ring? Bad colds In midsummer, tjueer but fre quent. A prominent defeated caudidate expresses sorrow that he was not "a rebel general." The young Democracy managed the State Convention better than was expected. By what rule do persons become alternate for particular men In a Tammany Conyention? The railroads are ahead. They got In their men every time. A summer-y process interviewing the ther mometer. If you want to civilize an Indian give him a plug hat. Suustrokes plentiful In St. ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 28 July 1876

FREEDOM. Of Old sat Freedom on the heights, The thunders breaking at her feet I i I Above her shook the starjr nights; :! She heard the torrents meet. There in her Mace she did rejoice, Self-gather'd to her prophet-mind. But fraamftnts of hef mighty voice . : Came rolling on the wind. Tken stepped she down thro town and field To mlrfglewlth.tbe human race, And part by port to men revealed The fullness of her face. Uravo mother of majestic works, . From her Isle-altar gazing down, . ' .: Who, God-like, grasps the triple forns, . And king-like wears her crown; - ' ' '' ' ' i Her open eyes desire the truth. The wisdom of a thousand years Is in them. May perpetual youth Keep dry their light from tears That her fair form may Btand and shine, Make bright hef daya and light our dreams, Turning to scorn with lips divine The falsehood of extreme! Tennyson. NO TBK WILD ROSE TREE. I. On the wild rose tree Many buds there be ; Yet each sunny hour Hath but one perfect flower. . II. Thou who woul...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 28 July 1876

The Stato Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 28. 1876. SERIOUS TBAGEDY. .la Attempt ttt Capture a Trala Kobber Re sult la th Death of a Woman. Wo mentioned in Wednesday's Journal the fact that a posse of men had left Sdalla on Monday night in pursuit ol alleged train rob ben, . The reiult of the pursuit so far as known is the escape of the outlaw and the death of a woman not implicated except it be in the hid ing of the person sought for. The party leaving ing Sedalia were Capt. J. M. Thatcher of the Adams Express, R. . Harvlns, D. T. II arts horn, 8. 8. Homans, 8amuel Saunders. James M. Ames and II. II. Mitchell. This party left .Sedalia on a SPECIAL TRAIN at about two o'clock TrcBday morning and ar riving at Lamonte twelve miles distant in a very short time, procured horses at the livery stable and proceeded southwest about 6 miles to the house of Allen Harris where it was sup posed the robber was concealed. The house was of plank or frame, contained but too rooms and two out side doors ; one ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 28 July 1876

Tho State Journal FRIDAY. JULY 28. 1876. ' LOCAL NEWS. Polar w ay Ish. " Hatch eertalnly was scooped. ; . ; s The census taker to coming. Got the Callaway gold fayer? The "social club" can't spare him. .tnM n. W. villnr la hnldinsr court at Boon yllle. A mineral sprmg has been fonnd near Kan ana f!lt.v. Peace declared between the North and 8outh ends or the Capitol. Cole county got away with the Democrats Convention. They did not Are any cannon over the nomi nations at Sedalia. ' Splendid summer weather, but the farmers want mote rain. , Who will lead in the "giddy mazes" If he noes to the Legislature 1 Anything to heat the town ring Is the cry lu the country now. The Mo. raclfio railroad is doing a big pass enger and freight business. H Martin Williams has gone after Brick Tom croy. He has been readout of the party. The Tribune does not think It worth whilo to publish the figures furnished by tbe Audit or. The Clinton Advocate gives Col. John P. Philips a deserved going-over for hi...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 28 July 1876

;i - vT,- ill .-, in,- IN BANKRUPTCY. Iu the District Court of the United Statei for the Wetttrn Dittrict of Uittourt: ' In the matter of O Jacob Hirsch, In Bankruptcy. Bankrupt, ) Western District of Missouri ss; ' ' ; ' On this 15tb day of July, A. I). 1878. on read Ins the petition of the abovo named bankrupt for his discharge, It is ordered by the Court that a hearing be bad upon the same, on the 31st dav of July, A. D. 1870, before said Court, at the Judee's Chambers in the City of Jeffer son, in said District, at 10 o'clock A. M. and that notice thereol be published in the Statu Journal, a newspaper painted in said District, for two times, once a week, in weekly, and once in daily, and that all creditors Who have proved their debts, and other persons in inter est, may appear at the said time and place, and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the said petition should not be eranted. And it is further ordered by the Court, that all such creditors whose places Of resi...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
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