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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 September 1876

.1 ill M lt.Ml.. v trri'.Ufl ti.Jf Qiii' 1,1,1,1 , -i linn Ifnli l .'(P .1 V'-.'f .np-e- j-p-i -i-v if A. 1". ,. . -! li,i(.tr.' ' I 1 1 1 r i i; a. .ri( nil' 'id. r.t .: i . ... ..; ,. i .' i -' I r mi;! i.i.: t'il'.' .';'! it?'. l.'!-'T ' li r !' L NO. 37 K31 : I J ' ! '' l ! I . -- . i -. , .ft - . - - - - ; 1 1 1 1 f 7 WEEKLt STATE JOURNAL,',, I J: BT rN, C. BURCH. . Term of Subscription! i : i i '. . . ....... ..... . ' - Siostle copies, pet yeai flO Clubs of ten per year..... 1 Clubs of twenty, per year.....i.: 1)00 . ! ,, IKVARIABLT IH ktVAJfCK. PR. JITO.BAKF.Il, rphysioian & Surgeon. dt3? Office and residence in Lamkin's new Dullding, oppuaivw akiuuui ..v . -. Exchange Bank. ,, , : fap25-lT. HENRY NITOHY REAL ESTATE (GENT, . ; JEFFERSON CITY, MO BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS Bion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for "K. Taxes, Procure Tatents. &c. I ' Offlce over White Janvier's store, High StreeV' r. FRED B O MM E It , DKAT.1CR IN Books Ss Stationery T3EBTODTCALS, BOO...

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. — 8 September 1876

Tlio Stato Journal FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 187G. THE CAMPAIGN. Speech of Col. K.Kirby before the llnyes nnil Wlieeier Club, Sop 4 THE BLIGHT OF DEMOCRACY-TIIE DEMOCRATS IDEAL OF A SCHOOL 1I0USE. ETC. . Tlio following speech by Col. Kirby, before the ILivcsaml Wheeler club Monthly night, was frequently applauded nod received with uproarious of laughter throughout: Mr- President and GcnUciiicn of he Club. I am n Republican, Amid the vicisi tudes of life 1 find it is a great comfort lor one to reflect that ho is a Republican. The older I grow the gladder I nui that I am not a Democrat, It is very easy lor a Democrat to make a political speech, be cause half the ti:so he don't care what he says, 'and the oilier half ho don't know what he is talking about. Hut when you get n genuino Ripnbiicuu on the stand, you are pretty sure to have somebody be lore you who has something to say, and who is very cr.rciul to say it so that it can not be gainsaid. Tho province ot the po litical speaker has m...

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. — 8 September 1876

i t r Hi- Protection t Voters, 1 ' WASHnra-rox,' D. C. Sept. 4. The U. S. Attorney-General has Issued fall in tractions to U. S. M&rshals m to their duties in (he coming election, to the effect that all citizens must be fully protected at the registration lists and while voting, and also protected from' violence which . may be, threatened lor hnving , voted as they deemed proper. j ' Special Deputy Marshals are to be ap pointed Only In cities of 20,000 inhabitants Md upwards 4 ' V In the discharge of these duties the Mar shal can call upon all cilixens, civil and military, in whatoeer service they mav be, and no state law or - officer can incede them.- Members of the Cabinet and Gen Slier mat had a conference in relation to stjps necessary to carrj log out order and co operation of military. y ' " . ' KANSAS. "' Editor State Journal: Larked, Kas., Sept. 2, 1870. I havelbeeti too busy since I left Jefferson City to indite an epistle general-; and besides I have, In the last few d...

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. — 8 September 1876

Tlio State Journal. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1876. Dreadfully dull. t ' '. . ' ' ; Dismally dull. ',''"' Distressingly dull. Hotels filling up again. 1 Er Septemb-er, Oyst-er. Heavy rains and biz washes. Woodson's clulm mill to be looked Into. Enough is enough. More is extortion. Tho less men think, tlio more they talk: Tbe season of the sere and yellow leaf lias eonie. The oyster sou .ou's coiuo attain the gliuKlest of the ear. Ashley has a clear track again. He has backed 'hem all off the track. The St. Joo papers are throwing dirt at each other with astonishing vigor. The crooked whisky cases of this district all deposed of, witnesses all discharged. The Prison contnetors are all doing excel lently. Grapes are scare tho wet weather rotted tliem. The courting sen-on Is at hand and tho law yers are busy. Farmers are having an excellent season for getting in fall wheat. Our friend Buseh has just made the discovery that he wears a centennial vest. Tbe new prison cell building is rapidly ...

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. — 8 September 1876

BYAHD(IT. i ' ' J"- . : ., ' i if t f . . ., , BY MARGARET PRKgTON. Wbat will it matter br and by i i . -, Whether my pathibolow was bright, Whether itwound through dark or light. Under a gray or golden sky, ' ' When I look on It, by and byf What will It matter by and by i . : Whether, unhelped, I tolled alone, . Dashed my foot against a stone, , ); Missing the charge of the angel nigh, , Bidding me think of the by and by? ' ' What will it matter by and by - - - Whether with laughing Joy I went Down through the yeara with a glad content, Never believing nay, not II Tears would be sweeter by and by ? What will It matter by and by Whether, with cheek to oheek, I've lain Close by the pallid angel, pain. Soothing myself through sob and sigh : "All will be elsewhere by and by V Wbat will it matter? Naught, if I . Only am sure the way I're trod, Gloomy or gladdened, leads to Qod; Questioning not of the how, the why, If I but reach Him, by and by. What will I care lor the unshared sigh, If...

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. — 8 September 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1876; SPIRIT OF THE WHITE LINK PRESS.' GLOMOUS STATE fUQUTS. ,' Columbus (Miss.) Democrat. Auei 25 76 A bold, clear, unequivocal avowal of . - uiow mums, as neiu ov ui ine .democracy, would be peculiarly opportune at this time, when ine uauical conspirators, through Bout well in hih Mississippi report, avow the atrocious doctrine that the Central Got ernment can deprive a State ol its State hood, and convert it into a territory or jjiw uitc uuv uuo 01 me cuojugated states only, but any State when the cir cumstances, in the wisdom of Congress. . O may require it. We do not distrust the action ot the Democratic party in the matter ot State Rights, should it come into power. It juigut mu 10 repeal ine laws that are flao-- rant usurpations of powers belonging to lU Ct.i.. I r - jtj i . un oraws, lur leur 01 uisiuroing "the iruits oi the war," but the history of the last ton years affords a guaranty that there would be no new usurpations. But more ...

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. — 8 September 1876

(.Continued from second page.) : i her as they do a petlltence. You might m well build a wall around the Bute which no emi grant can acale, If you an going to maintain Democratic ascendency here. You can't build a mile of railroad In a Dem ocratic state. Hers la a specimen right In our own county. When the Democracy got poises slon of the county they thought they could baild a railroad across It. They thought thoy must do something, The Republicans had dene much to Improve the county, without running it In debt. They had built good bridges on the principal roads, and if they bad retained con trol of the county it would now hive been out of debt with Its ronda well Improved. The ffrs Democratic county conrt ran the connty in debt $140,000 for half building a mil road out here and then tried to find capitalists who would advance means to complete the ' road, and take It and finish It. The capitalists have not been found and they will not be until the State goes Republican. If Missouri...

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. — 8 September 1876

PERFECTION . ATTAINED "AT LAST I ' A TRIAL will INSURE ITS POPULARITY 1 EVERYWHERE. 1 " ' ; , Still Great Rediictions I ' Jin a 1 i i"iY .'i',i!ii.-' r id' '. ... --. -. ' i -ii.i , . .-;.'.. tr m' J in'i-Mi ! ' ' ' WIRE SCREENS I hi' RETAIL PRICK LIST OV THIS DAY. ou Western Star, per barrel (7M .. ..,, 8ck.........,...4... 875 Capitol Star, per Rack,... ..,.... 8 60 Capitol MUU, XXX Family, per sack 8 00 Capitol Mill. Extra Family, per sack. 2 M Graham Flour. per 100 lb 8 00' Middling " "., " 1 M Jtye " a 60 Ruchwheat ' " " ........ '' Shipstuff " " " ,.. 60 Shorts " " ' " .....,,60 Bran " " " '; 40 Coin Meal, In Paper Sucks, per Bushel... 40 Corn Meal in Bulk, per bushel.. ........ a U 85 K... t LESS THAN .COST, i - . I I Hi"' 1.1 -,) I M -l-!l, (! iMrf.U llltt.l 1.1. II ' ... ' 1 Mf ISOTTTTr ' T A Tt G Rye Meal, per 100 lb ............... 3 00 Bran by 1000 lb Z 00 ;i o .. , At the.J6we8t.pnces, , .... Tlio JefTorson House ;i:v,iii,. I iJ.:v , i .n ,f. . j .. . . ,..' to ! v : 1 ...

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. — 15 September 1876

t i i' 1 r. ; ..i I...!? I' i -t.. '. .i ' .J V'J l.Vrt n (; 4 VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CTT Y. MO.; FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1876. NO. 38 State JoTuirna : 1 .!: ''' n , . nw i -. ."i,.. . : . , . , i ... ' ; i i ! .! ;.:' n-i Mil (!-,' - ' 16 t '4. WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, N. C. BUIICIL Shurleeopies. per veai......... fl,80 Clubs of tea par year. Olobf f twsnty, per ysar....... 1,00 . . IXVAJUABLT IX ADTAXCSfc V ? ysician & Surgeon. C3(K3ce and residence in Lamkin'a y new building; opposite National . Exchange Bank.- ' i i. fapJMv. ' iieijiiy ijitghy KEIt ESTATE f BEMT, ' JEFFERSON CITY. MO. TY8 AND SKLL8 LANDS ON COMMIS X3 sin. Pay Taxes, Redeem LuiIk Bold for f Taxes, iTocure ratents. c. Ofioe ever White Janvier's store, High Street uec.ananr , , FRED HOMME li, y r ' " ': " ' DEALER TS '' " Books fc Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fairebild's Goid Pens. All orders will receive prompt at- temtlon. . HJQH STREET....

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. — 15 September 1876

Tho State 'Journal FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 Commence building your po mills, with Maine, Vermont. The signs indicato a revival ol the Iron working interests ol' the State, OmtfiX philips think of thjr( (Slono Swindle by this time P P. P, Poor Philips , his labors 4H purit the worfii were not appreciated V' : j j it Yt 4 Philips has, ceased, to think tbOlar Me morial Services af edlculuraeeljwJ The Kansas City Times believes the re ttnirWfrom Maine tl.Jnot citlT fofflieDero. fcratic rooster. ' 1 ' ' i '-t i - -t-;; , i a The IlojiubJiiiiui nia in .the LStatrfof Maine, is recommended as a toxt lor Dem ocratic speakers' ; n'rtli o" Tl1?'ridlfi)b. night. v- ,n-i -t !'f utfn'nitT0 Docs any ulaff whb knrtwa ;hln' lllrf ftiat'if ' GoreVnor "iHiriTin "1jaV";e3rn Woodson's place, as his own predecessor,. the militiit. claims, swindle would have ever becti 1iea' I .i ' I t J I Ik M II 11 in r Tiie St. 'Josepli llerald 'iseridenlyhin'd up iur :uiiorr.u maxier r. ' It duyote H good share 'fit sp;ce....

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. — 15 September 1876

he I 'ROCK Wlt5I?8 hm;M frlww'Wia1irKrtnt TtKtenJance as follows: ,'KM1Hi CS 4111 "Rock of Ages, cleft for me." 1Wnf,,8fcWtfifMUiHtuMtH)'lW teal tm (nHe SnUliTJ li, W.JV.ul''l. tM.J. .(Wi to ! FWl tne VoVdl tite'llitln! lAf Wkvl' Mwmdidolored School ttii fWctfrrent of thnnM'""' .'' '"t "ItocTfWAKtt.TOTtWIife;'' a"' t'-j. .t?Miji m'! woil viv -,-( r'i.i' Minn telter aou), no; need, to hide ;, ) )uimI it- !Wfe u pon s swept coui4 ue, .. , t , .,And,sM,ba4 no thought beside, t mini s AU J,bQ words uabee,diuglj. ,.,i,;ikv nil) U v i Jell from, lip untouched of care,; . fi t. ,;t Preanilpg notithateac nilgUbe-w,,! i;; ,.Oi) isoroe otheiHps a prayettit ..-f? cf if "Rouk pf Ages,. .cleft pii me,!. (lU, , , , , Let me-hide. myself in the,", Ml III w'' I ' ROck' of Ag'eSiClcrt lorfne"- '"' (lie Twas a woitiau sting them how u' Pleadingly and prayerfully; - ' ' Every word her heart did know; !; 1 Rose the song as storm-tossed bird '' ",' Beats with weary wing the air, ' ( ' ' ' Every note wit...

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. — 15 September 1876

WIL in a." I FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER I IS7I. Local 'Mewl, ' Blyer rising slowly. Peaches at a SI M atHoldoa, ' James Stewart. formerly ol this oltr, died at Boonrille on Friday last, Henry W, Ewlnc, clerk of tbe Supreme Coart bas returned from a trip to Colorado. ''Sitting Buel" of the St. Louis Dispatch was Secretary of the.Ureen-backer's conven tion. The black-horse of the Sidalla Convention Is still looked upon with contempt and disgust by Pr. Hull- The smiling features of our amiable friend Henry W. Kwlng again illuminate the social walks of Jefferson. The name of the Garrison House Sedalla will now have to be changed again, to the Pierce Hous Father Hong, of Lexington, Mo ha been appointed to Jefferson City, Mo., in place ol Father Muors deceased. Western Watchman. A democratic candidate fur Justice of the Peace, this township, is disposed to bolt the nomination of Crittenden. An Irish lady who drove Into the country said that she took such a long, keen smell that the flowers cnine 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. — 15 September 1876

T2BPAC3E0. i. BTsTOw. i 17 bet a Um Philips asms, Sat ere they got apes ths i . Dark Mom mm to stay.' Bskh bad had kiss la the Weed, Owsnsdid the tralatni: . tea Walker he was sod- ' . Thus Farr be was gaining. ' The other atoad stood ia amass, When thst korta east la view ; - 1t tVAnaKft k vu fMift Ant ftA msa.. While they had pastures aewV Sam Owena taw ha wasn't able To wla that Concrete heat; . A nil T aw Hi nnt fnv I Ha atahlit. While Philips left his seat, Offered odde found taken none, When that Dark Hone etarted ; Bat down the stain went "twenty-one," Yery much down-hearted. That's why I say, wnen steeus are matcoou There's nothing sure, of course Don't bet on chickens ere they're hatched. Nor 'gainst an opaque horse, Bazoo, "TWENTY AND ONE," right after moody. There were twenty and one that safely Lay In the shelter of the fold ; But that Hick'ry cuss, he kept away, Far off from the Rates of gold. ; : Away from the sand hills wild and bare, V; Always for Smith he was voting...

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. — 15 September 1876

iTTTTlllI-fri. i y rrnrrrani rr;"T"n-;f Mnrnmawnriti i els "msssm&is nni Q4-o -TrTi -nn n.n.1 ''H od that the fiUmMtf-frrrVhM rotm n a ,. .1 1 ( V j " uiuirmw I V' wUo." r . rhefrftticp renlr. tlinuorh.AirAr.'il nrnrnu a 1 iivfstTriufcR. iBf.j 4 reurpactt vor even 1 . 7 . r ' -i" j ears. 0 MA rt -tmmmrmitmi kiam Mtit k oia- r iiaiiu. niuiuub h iil in HxsTlitilwJhfftDfv Vah.iW Tt'Plfl:71nfemciency, flit ihUir'vutfjUAi. malm. - . ""irwuiinguess to restore tho.10 per cent. On 4..V.Qk aep JalWuJay.evlnbz. Sen, I1!?. first. 01 Octobers'hero is no proba ' r V4V ptnMlHKil" . . SIMulie was in his cotmtry's servico, and "Toicujaa noipo- x'Yen iniri oy nis Tel- f w.et mi a ig v-w i nto.luteiisc xcte'm4 nt MusttelUdr i!? nfght'fctf ' account, a little, scene T?" ---'V. .ft . t J Z the ,Commcrcat IIousc. , ,A,abouWj o'cmc 1 t DBl ntgnt, aa tueOpcoryi s.yjjM, jB wuv mcroial traveler torn, tle bouse.oT Keqdall t& Co., Of Kauaf City, bjr the, ame, oft Mceal,. drovn np to the,, yeniBWUal ii...

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. — 15 September 1876

FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1876. . .. 1 rosty, . ; AutumnTtf 'J VtAHT ?.?.3J TnrAait.lA.1nm AH right on the Maine question. .,v Tim niinafin.i 1 ; nnVholna' avnlntlnna pr! TfievCr're Jusb u MoJI InlcfSn wmi Re publican. imjf twul tdi J A. Brushing up stoves and ecttlnjf ready for cool evenings. '" ' Heved to be ecurerL. , NceY& Wagner are prepared to "lunch" 9Treti i ! ..r t r.. . a a -i. The Pacific Railroad Las passed into the hands of ComodwjeJSaxrsanjHJjt. jpbgorl road now. ntj.i't ia iMOttled now... The St. Louis Republican gay f$.$iie ;demwracj; of tfttg df strfct to fret.. tcrtalie IJrlttciuienr 4 ' s - The Uk SJ Grand-Jury is -iH hi sessions -The . a&iptfs'fyc'pi aJxHfct, "do if Wdrafif Aha court", house are disappearing. The Sednlia Democrat's correspondence from Jefferson away at the Dark Horse. Some very valuable realjproperty. bulldlljf lots. In the hands of O. G. Burcb, for di sposl, The office of clerk of the Suprema.Coust.js J estimated to be worth 830,000 a'yeSi1,...

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. — 15 September 1876

hi m. ' 1 ' 1 11 - -i m.mm . .. - 1 rj arris. ruovLin ow tnn at. Flaar Wastera Star, per taml..... .ft M - -- ncuiii4iM ... 7 UTpttot Btar, pr Rack.. f m MHta, XXI Family, psr tack 04 ptel Mills. Extra Fumflf, per sack.... S M a "v,r av w me........ ........ a uo Middling M 44 " 1 M RyaT -. ' m Bocavbaat , ................ nipttaf. 44 00 uwrta m m w raa ' ..., ..." it Cqra If Ml, In rape' Sacks, par Bosbel... t) Cora Hnl In Bulk, par bushel Rye Meal, perl lb, ma jr MM lb.... M.. too MAKKr acoTATiova: Wheat No. J. ... .... 4. ..Me. to 91)0 2 . M i ; : t,., .................. 9e. to H JH... K!?r b4 r"tl .. as White shelled com 80 mixed la Kan... tso. to M 8ats (low sad lower..-. .Mc to M BARLrr..Mfl.00. HAY.-Hfa toa, ; n. K ItID MARHT. ' ' tLAX 8KXD-J1JB, aoae oaferfo. -TIMOTHT 8KBa-fWOt.o3r. ' CLOVER EED.-HP6.0D8.. , MILLET ,-flio. BLUE OB ASS. JO. PRODUCT MARKET. BEmfAXBe. -.. t BROOM COB ft 409U5 a toa. CHEESE. PriaM to chotoe. warranted, 1 CIDER. Otftrinf at Me. ' ' CORN MEAL. Dul...

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. — 22 September 1876

li''.hv'J.ii: en M- vih'niiin f(IU I f.J i Mrw !! .HJ V Iiiirrf7 iuoL crciB xfT km in; t-i Ml JwrV ( d c(iw loiJi TMat U.iviV u'd l.avi .fTJLibLlcr:i .tigroid ,fiui .fill .iH' aD ,i 'iii irr MVrrnt Jen i Vw T T'Qtf yJ,,,'(1 r-.wt'l .,''i n lion liw)!use ir KWHXJM xniiti iua bwr ".it ;i(i I : n iff -imir!ii femr t-H mi.... ...li;i.u,,,J-!.!ll. a., , ,,.-m , .w ,,:; , w ,i ' 1 1 1 - 1 : f 11 l'i-I.. (U A. hi.' l'i )wir. NO. 39 a tun l'MfiiuiJ nli ,'ll. i 'i l . i f;T i a ii ii n V M A .iM J V I II - I K'i"il ill I YtrhWA ill II VI 1 I "1 !tc .i!fc.tnb J ' -tin."! .1 ' ZZU JZTO. DAIICIl,' 1 Physician" ferSiirgeon; co and residence m Iamkin s new building, opposite National ' Exchange, J3nk.' ' . 1 V ri . , REAL, ESTATE BENT; ..! ,-. v ' jfiFtERSON CITY.' M!d. BtlYS lAKD SELL LANDS UN MMI8i alon, pay Taxes, Jte4oeiaXnd8 Sold for Taxes, rrocure raienis. c. i . , Office over White Janvier's store, Ittfcff ' ' St-re Tn:i l ItH l I TlMW.A . .Yi ,'.;t " FRE rttO JMrE'Ii-i'"1 , 'i.-. i-l'K .i...

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. — 22 September 1876

The Stato Jonrx: 1. tf FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, vT J m ruariDixT: BUTHKRTORD B. HAYES, ) OF OHIO, 1 FOU V1CB-1BBSI DMT i WILLIAM A. WHEEL! It V iw ton ")',7;!7-()'.) LECTORS FOR MISSOURI. At Large ! D P. DYER.of Pike. J. II.'COLEol Callaway. .: District HENRY HEMANS. u JNO. C. VOGEL. ' CHAS. A. STEirEL:''1; .' GUSTAVUS ST; GEM. v : . J. Q. THOMPSON. ' A. F. LEWIS. ' L. L. BRIDGES y VM, WARNER., 'A.' J. HARLAN V , D. L. MILLER, v . " -J. II . TURNER. ' " K. D.CRAMER. ' " FREDERICK MUENCII. Ut 4th filh 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th STATE TICKET. , , For. Governor : ., . , A. FINKELNBURG, of St. Louis; 1 Lieutenant Governor: "y. C C: ALLEN, ol Jasper.: ! A " Secretary ot Slate:,- ;;i EUGENE F. WEIGEL. ot St. Louis. State Treasurer: ' - ,; JOHN SEVERANCE, of Buchanan. State Auditor : GEORGE R. SMITH, ot Pettis, , Attorney-General: A. W, MULLIN3. ot Linn. Register ot Lands: RICHARD DRAKE, ol Marion!' Supreme Judge : DAVID WAGNER, of Lewis. Railroad Commissioners : T. R. ALLEN, of St. ...

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. — 22 September 1876

In th bitihtft CbtH of ftit United States, ? ( t. for th .Wettan Dltfrfcttf Itjtwurt I In the matter of i.) ,'. . m'mu i;i Jatob Hi8(,l,i(BaBniptcTi; ,.A ..,. ....,.Bf,krHPtr.; .ia.,v .,umv oV To. the ,Creditor ffoWf.Wm'1; M'UPM-.iir-.'un V !-. irfl rt Vii,:. v -. Take nolle that the, tblrdjneetluK pt the Credltors'of said Bankrupt tfrtl be held before Charles E. HfeB, Ulster, afc hi the City f Jefferww, I Ooontrof dole Id eald ruptyaml shall hn ' apply to sal Court to a scttlemeal of aid account! and aj discharge Irom all liability as Assignee of said Eate, In accordance with the provisions of the Win sec tion of the Bankrupt Act of March , 1887. ' -i : . i .-. : ;i "Jamis C. Babiiitt, , . I L)JKBE.NSTEIN,, ... AUMWISTR AT01P& SOTICB. ." 'I ! k.-YYvrir'P u iiorehs irlvenihat letters o( ad- JN miulstrtion upon the estate of Tearl I. Smith, deceased, have been grunted to the un dersigned by the Clerk of the County Court of Cole coiintr, MitourU bearing tjate the 25th. day of Augu...

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. — 22 September 1876

Tfte Stato Jowl. FRIDAY. SEPTJfSfBER 22. 187. Got the sbj&eaf . .... il'-' Quinine is on the rise. 1 .7 AH quiet at the court hooie Froit on tbe low ground a few evenings Inoe is reported. ' "t ; Prof. Mitchol hat returne-l to hi post of d u ty t Lincoln InitUute with s wife. The jurors in attendance on the United States District Court have all returned to their homes. We bear with regret of tba serious Illness of the only daughter of George Wagner, Esq ., of this city. Mr. John Bower of Mr. Wagner's nelghbood is also quite ill. Another reduction of tare to the Centen nial S41.S0 to Philadelphia and $42,30 to New York ami return. The exterior ot tho new prison cull building out side the walls, is assuming grand proportions. Messrs. Dalle & Sons, of this city, carried off the premium on flour at tho Fulton Fair. The Western and Capitol Star were the brands entered, Nothing; on tho ground could approach it. Here, you 1 Youv'o no right to live in idleness a burden upon others, ...

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