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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 18 August 1876

Tho Stato Journal- FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. 1876. TWILIGHT VOICES. What are tho whispering voices ' ' That a wake at twilight fall? " Do they come from the golden sunset With their haunting, haunting call? They tell me of breezy spring-times. And of dreamy summer eve. And of snow-wreaths merrily shaken From the shining ivy leaves. But the far-off treble changeth To a tenor tone, and so I Vnow that the voices tell mo Only of lonst ago.' What are the tuneful voices ' That of early dawn are born ? Do they come from the Orient portals Of the palace of the morn? They tell or 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 harplngs Blends with the vision clear, And I know that the night is passing, A id I know that the day is near, THE IDES OF NOVEMBER. TDNE "DEAREST MAT," Oh, Tllden come and listen, A story I'll relate; It will happen in November, In these United States. 'Twas down in New York City, Where Tammany h...

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. — 18 August 1876

The Stat Journal FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. 1876. THE ISSUES. THE RECOR DS OF THE TWO GREAT PARTIES EXPLAINED AND ANALYZED. A Speech of Senator O. P. Morton, at Indianapolis, Friday Even ing, April 11, 1870. Again the Republican and Democratic parties confront each other in a struggle for the control ol the Government. The Republican party points with pride and satisfaction to its record ot honorable deeds; to a Union preserved, slavery abol ished, to the establishment of equality bo loro the Jaw, to a Government well ad ministered, and to its principles, replete with justice, humanity and the advancing civilization ot tho age. The Democratic party, asking its past to be forgotten.with no argument in its favor to be drawn irom history, comes in the mask of re form, professing superior purity, nud re lying only upon its general assault upon the integrity and patriotism of Republi cans. In such a campaign, with slander as the chief weapon, Republicans must be ex cused it they speak plainly ol...

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. — 18 August 1876

National Jtfvvibllcau Platform. When, in the economy of Providence, this land was to be purged of human eiav.-rv, and wnnbiiTiiKiii ( iiiu imvt'mnicui ox The people, ly the people, for the peoplo. was to po demonstrate)!, the llppnblteaii jarty tuna I to power. It deeds hnve pasaed into histo. l y, and wo look back to thorn with pride lnclt. e ' by their memories, nnd high Mini for the (rood of our county and mankind; and, look. liior tn t.lin ftitn r with hnfuitji.ini hope and purpose, wo, the represent! of the porty in National Convention asaemblml. make the following declaration of principles: 1. The United States of America is a nation, not a league. By the combined workings of the National and State Governments under their resnoetlve Constitutions, the rights of every cittaen nro secured at home and protected a fl road. and the common welfare promoted. a. The Hepnbilcan party has preserved those Governments to their hundredth anniversary of the nation's birth, and they are now ...

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. — 18 August 1876

THE MARKETS flic Lilt Prepared by G. It. Dulle A Son. RETAIL TRICK LIST OF THIS DAT. , Wheat No. 2 00c. to ffl.10 . " " 8 ....60c. to M " 4 40c. to 65 trahy and rejected 25c. to 35 White shelled corn .. ' 80 mixed In Ears 25o. to 30 Oats low and lower 15c. to 25 Flour Western 8tar. per barrel f 7 60 " " Sack 3 75 Capitol Star, per Back 3 60 Capitol Mill), XXX Family, per sack..... 8 00 Capitol Mills. Extra Family, per sack.... 5 25 Grahnm Flour, per 100 lbs 8 00 Middling " " " " 1 60 Kye " 2 60 Kuchwhent " " Sblptituff " " " " fiO Shorts " " " 60 Bran " " " 40 Corn Meal, in Paper Backs, per Bushel... 40 Corn Meal in Bulk, per bushel 35 Corn, Shelled, per Bushel 40 Corn. Ear; per llushil 85 Rye Meal, per 100 lb 2 00 Bran by 1000 lb 3 00 MARKET QUOTATIONS: , BARLEY. .00(21.00. .,.', CORN. 2.")30c. per bu. OATS. 20(a 25c. j HAY. 13C 815 a ton. , MILL FEED. Bran, 65c. SEED MARKET. 1 FLAX SEED. $1.25, none offering. ,' ' TIMOTHY SEED. $2.50 ($3.00. " ',' CLOVER FEED. $6.00 ($3.00. , ' . ...

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. — 25 August 1876

t t fiM ii h i II i 1 tit ! urn in i ii mm yy rr i r n rr t rr .1 .... i. : rpqn nil iti nl-i' .-). .lift i At" ' 1i, i : ..! . -V'1-H i,.j. ; jt,- ... -,;:,.,. : li -,: f; ll'TYI. 1 TOO ;DV i'j t-'U .i -..rii 7T! V.I J !.,' (li M"lli1 M'! M i IV ' M ' t.t'll. A I .-.( l!OP't -x'; II ,1I(IH.1( 'I t nut t'!M I ., t i:ert!i :l i ii 'i i.u ,. v, ; II-, .alj ipfr.-J- i i..iVL-,. i " " . '3 , r .. . . - .. ... , 1 1: ..'J i i VOL; 4l (f ti ril JitPl J v fi i .,( 4..I I ' f..,.,, 1..'; soiiii ..j , ... JEFFERSON! CITY. MO.; FRIDAY. AUGUST 25, 1876. NO. 35 'j-JritlJ f! ;.- in .mi ' ' -- 1 1 - v. i WEEKLTf SfcATE JOURNAL, V.- : i. "" ;.( Publitiod Ezory FrilaT " -.t t 1l l.-'t"jil !?1 1:1 ''I I y r.CI I. il.HlM l l i) ' .-i-' - - ill Clubtf ted per year.Vk.;.l;.;..V..:..';.. 1,SB ClOtrs f Hrentr.' per Vear.. 1,00 ' 1 wtarIabl ncVfiviJfdt. hysioiait; Stirgebn. (JOfficto and'toideuce ia Lamkin's new bnuldiog, opposite National Exch'ah'gtf Bak.w3i ' -. i.i .,! ; . mil .. i r-1 1 . t I ' :. REA...

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. — 25 August 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY. AUGUST 25. 1876. - Tho taxable valuation of the property of this city is (229.326 above a constitu tional valuation. :, Out choico for governor to fill the va cancy on our ticket, occasioned by the declination of Mr. Finkelnuubg, is Hon SamuF-L Knox, of St. Louis. There is not a Democrat in the city, to the credit ol the party be it said, who will not reluse to vote for Phelps for Govern or, unless the statements of the officers of 'Andy Johnson" exposing his shameful wnavior on mat boat recently, ore re futed. One of the conditions to tho late leasing of the Penitentiary was that the lessees should pay the Inspectors a salary of 9m0. per annum instead ol $100 the State paid them. The question now is: Since the Penitentiary has gone back into the hands ot the State, does the Inspector's salary go back to 8100, too? i Cheek Tho Tribune Editor uudei takes to reflect ou the Journal lor a remark concerning Con. Maguire's card indicating a lalse quotation on ou...

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. — 25 August 1876

TILDE AND RINGS. "IIU Party under Tweed's aremeat, the most Benefi elent and PhlUntrophlo Institution the Coun try Erer Saw." Samuel J. Tilden became the responsi ble director of the Democratic party id this State in 1866, when he succeeded Dean Richmond to the Chairmanship of the State Committee. He held the latter 8 lace until he became Governor, in 1875. e had been all that time, and long, be fore it, an officer with Tweed. Sweeney, and Connolly, in Tamamny Hall. How Tilden managed the party, what resulted from the management, and how he in dorsed tha results, will be shown. . ,;, In 1868, the Republican majority for Griswold, outside the City of New York, was 41,207. ., Hoffman, the Tweod-Tilden candidate lor Governor, had, been Major ol that city for nearly, four years. The Bine had been under full headway during all that time.' Hoffman ' had serred the Ring to their satisfaction as Mayor, and they were determined to count him in as Governor at any hazard. This they did. Just b...

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. — 25 August 1876

Tho State Journal. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25. 187. ALL THINQ9 PEKISH SATS YIRTUZ. Tha following truly charming linen, by the poet Powell, touch the heart-strings so tender ly that they remind at forcibly ot Pope's 'VI Ul Spark of Heavenly Flame:" Sweet morn o cool, ao calm, ao bright, The bridal of the earth and iky, The dew ahall weep thy fall to-night, For thou must die. Sweet rose whose fragrance now I crare. To glad my sense and joy mine eye, Tby root is ever in Its grave, And tbou tnun die. ' Sweet Spring to full of chine and showers , It mnkes the weary spirit sigh, To think, with all tby herbs and flowers, That thou must die. Sweet music e'en the lovely aong , ' W hich, from my harp in window high, Is floating on the breeze along, Ken thou must die. And all the bright and glittering train Of stars that stud the deep blue sky Must they all perish none remain To glad the eye? And yalcs, and fields, and rushing streams, And mountains that invade the sky, Are they as baseless as our drea...

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. — 25 August 1876

.CITY AFFAIRS 'Jit! THE OAS CONTA9T-THB 6DIlf ANC ' '.'. ,:;.,!.' -.-t ii.'.i'.' '..lit x i t ', ; -il t- ,.-: j' hint,: -V n ... REDUCTION Or 8ALABI8. 7 ' .i 'I ' V'i"' I M - it ' W ill ilr.f WU, i . ' 1 1 1 ! I , . j- . i-iii,!.ij ' ;''; irf !-' : J.' il) ,'.(') t( Ji 1'i -,. As there bas been considerable commeat concerning the city's contract with thet eon pany, we herewith publliU the ordinance tip on which the contract was based, and the con tract framed in pursuance of Its 1 " " ,,! An ordinance to provide for lighting the 'City " of Jefferson with gas.'" . r . ' Be it ordained br the Mayor and Board of .Aldermen of the City of . Jefferson aafol lows : , ; Skctio -if thai" the 'Jotferson city Gas Light Company,composed of X. X. Buckner and J. S Ambrose, their heirs, executors or legal representatives are thereby vested with the full right and privilege to establish gas works and, to manufacture and sell gas with in the present and fature limits ''of, said City of Jefferson, a...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 25 August 1876

1 1. Thft Otato Journal, FRIDAY. AUGUST25. 1876.' THE ISSUES. . !, ."li. '(' I W . ft . ,J in i is 1 1 . 111 1 1 i ;: i j vi tm.:-..i The Records of the two great Parties explained and Analyzed ."'"'''.'"".j"'5 A Speech from O. P. Morton &t Indanopolls, Friday Evening.' ' April 11, 1870. : land grants; Again the plationin says: , . "Kelorm is nesessary to put a stop to the profligate waste oi public ' lands and their diversou from actual settlers by the party in power, which has squandered 200,000.000 acres upon railroads alone, and out of more than thrice that aggre gate has disposed of less than a sixth di rectly to tillers of tho soil." The merit ot this resolution will be ap preciated when I refer to the fact that the candidate for Vice President. Gov. Hen dricks, was in the Senate six years, and duriagthe period, when most ot . the public lands were granted to railroads, and was distinguished for the general hearty support he gave to such grants, and particularly for his . ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 25 August 1876

II r EACH DAT WKU. SPENT. Maeh day well-spent bow, sweet the thought! Worth all the gold that Earth liath wrought; Worth all the pageantry and ihow That glittera in thli world below; Makes min to.W.tort.whal V honld2;cIJi And just ai God Intended good A faithful Mend and devotee,. ! J.'l 'A ' ) Sincere tn hit humility. A noble form, a noblo man, A ' f- ' A noble mind these most are seen. , s Not In the outward, empty grace, "' ' But in the inward, thoughtful face. As greatest treasures most are found Deep Id the Eattb. tar 'underground,) f So purest thoughts' and highest alms Deep in the soul, till found, remain.". ; : Each day well-spent brings peace of mind, . . The joy, the bliss of human mind, - Without which man were poor indeed ;. ,; j Though great his wealth, dire is his need : Wealth's measured only by the store Of Good Deeds nothing less or more . As Vice and Virtue re far apart, So Good, not Bad, must rule the heart. - Industry is the darling theme j ",V On which to dwell,...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 25 August 1876

retail rtacKLKtOf tbi baY. Floar Western 8Ur. per barrel. 7 60 " " "..Sack......... 78 Capitol Star, per Back...................' 8 M Catot Mills, XXX Faasftr , per fcck... a 00 Capitol MUU, Extra Fssaily, per sack... 1 t Graham Flour.per 100 IWs....... J 00 Middling it 1 60 - i i " Bachwheat Shlpstoff too 'oo 60 40 40 85 S 00 8 00 44 hnorts . - " it .. Cora Meal, In Paper Sacks, per Bushel. .4 Cora Meal in Bulk, per bushel..... KveMesl.TwrlOOlh BraabylOOO lb...- r.v ,, . , . , MARKKT QUOTATIONS; Wheat No. 3.... ............ ......00c. to 91.10 - 8 .60c. to 85 " " 4 i. .......... ....40c. to 6S " trashv and rejected. 25c. to 8ft White shelled corn .80 mixed In Ears....'. 25c. to 80 Oats slow and lowar . ........15c. to ' 25 BARLEY. .90(tff , , . , II AY.-iatl5 a ton. , , . . - SEED MARKET. ,, , . ri ,,: FLAX SEED. I1.S5, none offering. . TIMOTHY. 8EED.-fJ.80fl.00. ' ' CLOVER PEED.-6.00f8.0. " HITNGARIAN-076c. . MILLET. tl.60. . ; , i BLUE GRASS. flJW. . . : , PRODUCE M ARKET, , BEHS...

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. — 1 September 1876

i! !: V'4v ,'. II. i ri J.,' r. it .7 ! , f I.,',. 1 1 ,i iinmi. VOL.4. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1876. NO. 30 el ouraa WETCTTLY STATE .Tfttmtf AT. . Fublisliei' Every Friday 7 ; N. C. BURCH. ' Term of Subscription I Singlecoples. per yeai..... flfiO Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year. 1,00 INVARIABLY IX ADVANCE. SR. J2TO. BASER, sician & Surgeon. Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap25-lv. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE GENT, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. T-fcTTYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS- D sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure ratents. sc. Office over White Janvier's store, High Street dec.27 72hf FRED ROMMEL, ., . , DRM.KK IN, ,.' Books & Stationery TDERTODICAXS, BLANK BOOKS, CUKO- Wnii ioroi unA PirtnroB. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for FairchUd's liolarens. All orders wui rcmno inu.ufir tention. IIJGH STREET, .n.'72-iT Jcffrson City, Mo Chas. L. Busch. Chicago Lumber Yard Cor. of 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. — 1 September 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1876. Does Phelps' explanation satisfy tho decent Democracy ol this count? ' Hon. E. D. Morgan has been nominated for Governor by the Republicans ol New York.' 7 Is there uo means by which the gas monopoly of this city can be assessed to the full value of its $51,000 capital Stock? Phelps is spoken of by the Ohio Stale Journal ns a much traveled man, as hav ing traveled too much, and says he bas been to Pekin. Our choice for County Collector, will be a man w ho will collect all the taxes he is required to collect tor $1500, per an num, a sufficient salary lor any compe ent officer. Col. llatcli the Hannibal lawyer who was a candidate for the Democratic nomi nation for Governor, two years ago was defeated for the nomination tor Cogrcss, last Wednesday by Col. Glover. Gustavus A. Finkelnburg, the Republi can nominee lor Governor of the State, will be elected beyond a pcradventure. That he will be prelerred to Don Joan Phelps, by 10,000 majority ...

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. — 1 September 1876

our Nominee for represent!. There are rumors to the effect that Dr C. A. Thompson, will not make the race for Representative. He hat not definitely authorised as to say he will not, and we hope he will continue on the track. We think the Republicans of the County would take 'great pleasure in voting for him.and oi elected, it is conceded on every hand that he would make the most efficient ret. resentative we could find. Since the abore was in type tbe following has been banned ui lor publication wblcb ex plains itself. '' Jefferson City, Aug. 29th, 1876, Dr. C.A. Thompson: Dear Sir: In behalf ot the Cole Count Re publican Central Committee, it becomes our duty to inform you. that at tbe County Repub lican Convention, held in Liberty Township on the 20th Inst., you were nominated for the of fice of Representative. We trust you will, at your earliest convenience, signify your accept, ance of said nomination. We are. Very Respectfully. Tour Obedient Servants, Fred II. Bindep, M. J. Lea...

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. — 1 September 1876

The Stater Jonrafr?. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER U 1376-;: ' REPDBLICAM COUNTY; CONVEN- . : . 4 , .HDHi. "Ml Where it Held, historical eminicenses and See- Township and County Nominations : ; -Resolutions; Etc. 1 v' Our Full Report. '"C : 't Y?'" (Owing to the lateness of the hour at which we returned from the county convention Sat urday night, we were able to publish only a synopsis of its proceedings in Sunday's Daily. We accordingly reprint with full notes.) W HERE THE CONVKNTION WAS HELD. . ?) Schubert's is the center of a neighborhood of thrifty German-Americans, in the northeast corner of this coun'y. It has a church and a church-vard, two blacksmith and wagon re pair shops, and the hospitable abode of Mr. Henry Schubert, and two or three other fam ilies. It is about the most central and accessa Lle poiutol Liberty township. It is approach ed from Jefferson City by what is known as the li'u-le Town road. ' Lisle. Town is a crossing place of the Osage river, about two and one half miles ...

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. — 1 September 1876

AN OPEN LETTER. GEN. BACON MONTGOMERY TO JESSE JAMES A CHARACTERISTIC LETTER. WHICH CONTAINS A FAIR PROPOSI TION SO, JESSE, COME DOWN AND SHOW UP OR LEAVE THE STATE AND SHUT UP.. . ,. .. ; . , ;'. We publish the following letter Irom Gen. Montgomery, which we; commend to the at tention of the Kansas City Time, and especi ally to Jewe James i .,; 'i Sedalia, Mo., Auk. 23d. 1876. To Jesse Jamet, Safe Retreat, Jackiori countti"-. ."- ; , i( . Dear Jesse: Yours of the 13th Inst., bas just been received by the Kansas , City Times, andl hasten to reply. ; , ... ., ... I will only pty attention to that portion of your epistle in which you make reference to matters with which I am connected, or with which I am charged. .;.' " ' 1 ; " In the first place, in the paragraph where vdu refer to ''Lie No, 1," you fatl into a grave error. Hobbs Kerry never said the plot was laid by the James and Youngers to . rob the Granby Bank. He said it was laid by others who wore afraid to undertake the iob wi...

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. — 1 September 1876

The State Journal, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1876. National ltepubllcan Ticket. FOB rftECIDEXT: RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, or ohio. FOB TICE-rKMIDENT ! WILLIAM A. WHEELER OF HEW TORK. ELECTORS FOR MISSOURI. At Large : D. P. DYER,ofPike. J. II. COLE, ot Callaway. 1st District HENRY IIEMANS. 2nd " JNO. C. VOGEL. 3rd " CHAS. A. STEIFEL. 4th GUSTAVUS ST. GEM, 5th J. Q. THOMPSON. 6th A. F. LEWIS. 7th L. L. BRIDGES. 8th WM. WARNER. 9th A. J. HARLAN. 10th D. L. MILLER. 11th ' J. II. TURNER. 12th " R. D.CRAMER. 13th FREDERICK MUENCH. STATE TICKET. For Governor : G. A. F1NKELNBURG, of St. Louis. Lieutenant Governor : C. C. ALLEN. o( Jasper, Secretary oi State : EUGENE F. WEIGEL. ot St. Louis. State Treasurer : JOHN SEVERANCE, of Buchanan. State Auditor ; GEORGE R. SMITH, ol Pettts. Attorney-General : A. W, MULLIN3. ot Linn. Register ot Lands: RICHARD DRAKE, ot Marion. Supreme Judge : DAVID WAGNER, of Lewis. Railroad Commissioners : T, R. ALLEN, of St. Louis. E. D. HARPER, of Cass. ISAAC HAYES, of Macon...

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. — 1 September 1876

j - s State Journal' FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1876. THE WAT O' TBI WIND. Why does the East Wind always complain? Because lie Is married to the Rain. , , Why is the North Wind's breath so strong 1 ii, He has wrestled with icebergs fierce and long. , I Why is the South Wind's step so light i i' Out of a sleeping land In flight. $ Why Is the West Wind's touch aflame? i , Out of a sunset cloud be came. Lying under a summer tree,, , This is what Zephyr sang to me. Zephyr, with flattering words and low, Tells but half of the truth I know. Four great boys in an ancient hall ; They grew up tnioking their will was all. Sweet Mother Nature, the dearest dame I iear her softness is much to blame Lovely aud quiet, year out, year in, Her soft whito blankets she sits to spin ; Rose-hued curtains, and carpets green. Broidercd cushions oi satin sheen. Her guests are bidden, her bouse is f .lr Four wild rovers have entrauco there. Kerer's an hour so still and sweet ' But mar be broken by tramping feet ; ...

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. — 1 September 1876

TUB MARKETS, ItKTAtl. TRICK LIST OK TniS DAY. Flour Western Star, per barrel $7 RO ' Sack 3 75 Capitol Star, per Sack 8 50 Opltol MUM, XXX Family, per aack 8 00 Capitol Mill, Extra Family, per sack... 2 25 (irahnm Flour. per 100 lbs 8 00 Middling " " " " 1 60 Kyt , " 2 60 Bucbwhetit . ' ......... Shlpstuff t " " " " CO ShorU ' " " 60 Bran " " 40 Corn Meal, In Paper Sack, por Bushol... , 40 Corn Men I in Hulk, per bushel 85 live Meal, per 100 lb 2 00 Broil by 1000 lb 8 00 MARKET QUOTATIONS: Whent No. 2 00c. to 9110 " 8 00c. to K5 " " ' i ..0e. to ' 65 " ' trah r and rejected 2,rc. to 85 White shelled corn . 30 mixed in Ears 25c. to 30 Oats slow and lower 15c. to , 25 BARLEY. .90$1.00. HAY.13f 15 a ton. SEED. MARKET. FLAX PF.ED. tl.25, none offering. TIMOTHY SEED. $2.50(5)93.00. CLOVER PEED. S8.00$S.OO. HUNGARIAN. 6075c. MILLET. $1.50. BLUE GRASS. $1.50. PRODUCE MARKET. BEESWAX. 25c. . BUTTER. lSiW 25c. BROOM COR S . 00$125 a ton. CHEESE. Prime to choice, warranted, lb 18c. CIDER. Off...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
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