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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 22 September 1876

Do you think I'm Wrui V yW j. Beco I would rather live, And, hang on I my mli'ablo than, .'( t . And what they art likely to n! 1 , In tbe way of good eatln' and drlnkin', With the'pepsy hounitn' dm to, And bavin' to den up In winter, r T.lt - tw... .Ilk h l.1Lat inn) V So, 'elr, 1 tell you thai dyln V: ' "', , Is leavin' the thing that we know, And floatin' out into atraoge water, , , All dark, above an below - " Ikeemothln' for New Jerua'lem; I know 'twouldn't eem like hum, 'Cos where they bare thing ao splendid, ' 11 They don't expect poor folka to tome. ": But, oh, If tho aingtn' in heaven Was the hum of the wind In the pines, Or the noise of the brook and the river, Where the brook and the river jlnei J If the birds wns to sing halleluyar, As they do in the bushes all day, And the little brown chippies would chatter, And the locussos chirrup away; If them streets was kivcred with mosses, And shaded with trees overhead, With leaves droppin' down In a shower, Painted purple, and ...

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. — 22 September 1876

VViUUl WUPUY... , : m Btri .t :, si l u .!!cii Kt'.i -'' Vl 1 " ! From the New Yotk ni)d of Ajf 15, 18?. " ; taji itftJtftW, Ati stfst '; TWollowlnj jotter, t has been, ' written Qoloqel osby forpier cop'ederatf comrade in replj fta on. urging him 'to sapport Tilden : i . - iff .-' iO mfi n Mfr DKar Sm I have just received your cpnitnul nication inquiring it it be true, as 'repott ed.) that- 1. am supporting Haves nd Wheeler. It is true that I am a cordial and earnest advocate ol ,tho election ol that ticket, notwithstanding you say that all the Southern people, and especially the conlederato soldiers, are united in support of the Democratic. : I hope, how ever, that in this you nr mistaken. and that many men in tno South. of sound con servative and National sentiments will be iound on the other side. However this may be. it will not divert mo from my purpose, I thought ycu knew that I ceas ed to bo a Confederate soldier about elev en years ago, and become a citizen ol the United St...

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. — 22 September 1876

1pfc0'w. ve-. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 17. Mort Malice. Und-buyefftnmg ot feW&s&i'-' 1 The Kansas City fair I hoeing a muddy tint town .TMterdV(.j y J i j J Wht a malicious fellow Gov. HsrdU lOVs Ad. The pursuit of tbe Minnesota bank-robbers has been abandonedf io rTl, .J . Tbe new teacher for number four has ar rived, and Ii duly Installed."- ass got a new dally paper. Tbe watch' or wttcfi tbe Fir company adver tised a rafBe la lost, or strayed off. , . ( l , int. t ,i .T IV - Indiana la going Republican. Tbe democrats are berinnlng to cry fraud. Tbe parties here are haying an easy canvass. The Democracy tblnlti it's of no oh, ', Warren Watson has been appointed a Com missioner of tbe United States Circuit Court. .( i , ., , ,.. , ... ..... Tbe leaders of tbe Are company complain of a lack of Interest in the meetings of. tbe orgasiaa tion. Alas 1 for human greatness !; We learn from the'Soonville "Advertiser tnaf'BuT TTyJe liTa. Hayes and Wheeler nigger. Tbe Bucyrus Machine Wo...

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. — 22 September 1876

. 1 1 )u j n .) vi a; ,) vm iv . w ui r 15 ..If nii r-i rL ii n .1 N f.i r Hri3 i', OS i'-i.-i imi .il .iljind? wrtf ri ..'i''i rwit ! !lr in crt I Mr !'!. til" ViiU '-'ll Bat now the. iruggl ,o?ar4 I can aur- RIGIN OF TIIE MOLLY UlGUIRES. e;n ,r!' t , .u n.t iif 't Ai tha tinaa wkea tae namaoi a land- lord In Ireland waa Ihe ajaofm ot cruelr tj, there Uvd,la,lb County Roiconmon a oiq widow naanea uouy nazuire- out .'' III 1.1.1! I J .1 uaa anaii auiuiug; oi itnuuu strug gled UrV tofrfeZ' P th MpHr boj which htr husband had left bar. Tha con stant lailura of the crop made her. tome- what tardy In paying her rent; and at length the land agent an unscrupulous man-etcrtnlnetf to tsjectr he' tromffct little home that was to lull ot tacrec re- bis "crowbar brigade1 a rane ot men kept in those days by every land, agent foe the purpose ol evicting tenant!, throwing Vbe routes . over the heads ot tboae jrhoie. ' a 1 l 'i;e - WJf" SiiTO:te'i collertloai to her-He summoned oaa BKisiiwn, uaju ...

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. — 29 September 1876

. ; :Ti r r 'ion Jr . JL lit? ' k3. IbctL ID(ti! eJ U ill ilcM. i .. ... . . i , ,. ...,. .,,, , , , ; VOL. 4; JEFFERSON CITY. MO.i EBIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1876. NO. 40 1 I o WEEKLY. STATE JOURNAL, Published ; Every Friday ' BT N. C..' BURCH. Terms of Subscription t Single coplei. per yea. ; ?1,50 Clubs of ten per year 1,26 Clubs of twenty, per year..... 1,00 INVARIABLY IS ADVANCK. DE. J2TO. BAKTT.R, physioian & Surgeon. 3 Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. :- rap25-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. Ac. Office over White A Janvier's store, High Street. dec.27 72hf FRED ROMMEL, DEALER IN Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Falrchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. HIGH STREET. ,27.";2-iy Jeffrson City, Mo Chas. L. ...

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. — 29 September 1876

Th State Journal. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1876. The majority ol Gen, Harrison, for Got- - I .! . . V cruur ui -nuianii, at me uctober election is fixed at 15.000. . "Owing to the inclemency o( moon light" the Republicans always turn out to hear n good speech. A Miscrab e Democratic fizzle on Wed nesday night, and a rousing Republican jubilee on Monday night. Well done Jefferson Citv ! "Owing to the inclemency ot the star light" the Hayes and Wheeler club was enthusiastic on Monday night. In laet, the club neyer felt better. "Owing to the inclemency ol the weath er" the Republicans were out in lorce on Monday night, to hear Col. Waters. The court house was packed. It is to vtry little purposo that the corrup tions and short comings ot the Democra tic candidates lor office are exposed. They will be voted for by the party just the same. . Theodore Tilton is cprta'nly not appre ciated at the East. Let him come to Mis souri and the Democracy will run him for Governor. The 'Jilden 1'helps p...

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. — 29 September 1876

'It: A London Mystery Balbam ! ft pleasant wburb ot London, and a few months ago was tho home of a young London Lawjer named Chas. Bra to. It would stem from the reoords that in December last Mr. Bravo was eaptlrat ed by a rather stylish widow, who in her own right, possessed an income of about twelve thousand dollars a year, and lived in handsome style in one ot the pleasant residences ot the pleasant suburb in ques tion. Atter a brief courtship the young lawyer distanced all competitors, and, having gained his suit. Mrs. Itlcardo that was became Mrs. Bravo. For a time thereafter everything went well, and the young lawyer rejoiced in tho prize he had won, and the comfortable assurance that he could now remain briefless with im punity. One night in April hst Mrs. Bravo, be ing in delicate health, retired early to her room. Shortly afterward Mr. Bravo went also. A quarter of an hour later the hus band was heard by the servants crying lustily for hot water and complaining of diroful p...

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. — 29 September 1876

The Stato Journal. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 187C' . i Local News. , Lincoln Institute scholars ire beginning to as semble. . The tobacco crop of thti county If reported as promising very fine. The Atlantic for October hi come with a number of literary attractions. The warm sunshine and the clear sky of thete later days are favorably for tbe wheat sower, The Autunnal equinox la upon u again, with its protracted rain storms and purturba tlons generally. The corn crop of the West nay be considered beyond the reach of frost. It ii one of the lar gest and best ever grown. Thanks to E. S. Woog, of Washington, for a collection of political cartoons on tbe late House of Representatives. Our paper is pretty well taken up with legal advertising ust now.and of course tho printer is happy. Some of the fine apples raised on Chris Wag ner'a place will be exhibited at the Ceutennlal, if they get through all safe and sound. The critical time in tbe cultivation of tobacco this year is nearly over and C...

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. — 29 September 1876

1 ADIEI7I (LBBK1TOHL.) o ! . ' , . ;;.'. v '"' . .. I , ...'.',.. , Die Stunda ichlagt, wlr maeisen fort,. : Doch ungern iehr von dleiem Ortu Fuer Hayes and Wheeler tingea win ' ' ITuer keine andern atlmmet lhr. '! i: CHORUS. 1 ' Fuer Hati Und Wheeler ilngen wlr, '" ' Fuer kelne andern itlmmet lhr, " " Gahz rechtt ganz rechtt. 80 lebt denu wohl, lhr Freunde moln, Ade, ei muu geschleden leln ; .'' Itelcht mlf rata letzten Mai die Hand,' ' Doch stark blelbt unser Freundschaftsband. ' ' "' chorus. ; " ' ; Rcicht mlr zum letzten Mai die IT and, V Doch stark blelbt unser Freundschaftsband. Lebt wohl t lebt wohl 1 KOUHD OUR BANNER. BY GENERAL W. H. BROWNE. . Tune. "Hold the Fort." Round our banner let us rally, Hearts on fire with zeal, While o'er every hill and valley Sounds the buale-pcal, . Kek. Come, ye swarming hosts, assemble, For the fight prepare 1 Well may Democrats now tremble Victory's in the air! Freemen's hearts with hope aie beatlns; For our own loved Lund Hayes and Wheeler'...

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. — 29 September 1876

The State Journal- T T FRIDAfr SEPTEMBER 291 187 tfitloiU Republican Ticket, ro ntsnDKMT: ' RUTHERFORD B. HAYE8, OF OHIO. FOB vice-president: ' WILLIAM A. WHEELER or W TOBK. ELECTORS FOR MISSOURI. At Large : D. P. DYER.ofPike. J. II. COLE, ol Callaway. 1st District HENRY IIEMANS. 2nd ' JNO. C. VOGEL. 3rd CHAS. A. STEIFEL. 4th GUSTAVUS ST. GEM. fith " J. Q. THOMPSON. 6th A. F. LEWIS. 7th " L. L. BRIDGES. 8th WM. WARNER. 9th A.J.HARLAN. 10th D. L. MILLER. 11th J. H. TURNER. 12th -R.D.CRAMER. 13th " FREDERICK MUENCII. STATE TICKET. For Governor : G. A. FINKELN BURG, of St. Louis. Lieutenant Governor: C, C. ALLEN, ol Jasper, Secretary ol State : EUGENE F. WEIGEL. ot St. Louis. State Treasurer ; JOHN SEVERANCE, of Buchanan. State Auditor . GEORGE R. SMITH, ot Pettis. Attorney-General : A. W, MULLIN'S. ol Linn. Register ot Lands: RICHARD DR AN E, ol Marion . Supreme Judge: DAVID WAGNER, of Lewis. Railroad Commissioners : T. R. ALLEN, of St. Louis. E, D. HARPER, of Cass. ISAAC HAYES, of Ma...

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. — 29 September 1876

: i. 7TT?J!tv - The State JonrnaK FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 39. -lftfor-.- . . jocai News. - J ' Cool nights. . , ) , . v ; j J A little Are 1 desirable these times. Col. Crittenden Is advertised for a speech here on the 27th of October,. . . . . ,V .i Keep cool. Don't get excited. Be careful yon don't use Improper words. Got. Flnkelnburg will Address' tiepwple of Kansas Cfty on the 11th of October Ilou. D. 8. Twitcheil has received the noml nation (or Congress in the Kansas City District. A large number of people are evidently de termined to date their marriage from the Cen tennial. Pardon was granted under the three-fourths cule to William Hittlg, sent from St. Louis for two years for grand larceny. The Democrats are now fixing their majority fn this county at only five hundred. We don't ee the use of tbelr giving it up In that way, The conveyances to the fair grounds are quite numerous. McG Ill's equipment are the most numerous and are constantly on the move. Hail to the thief. The Unite...

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. — 29 September 1876

MEN JTnOUT COflNTR Y. i 'I lt.'J I'lill The Pals or William M, Tweetl Where and How they Lire. At the present moment, . when the ru mored capture ol Tweed is the startling theme of political and social speculation, a word regarding to his friends cannot fail to be ot public interest. Richard B. Connolly, ex-Comptroller, resides with his son in-law, Joel D. Flth ian, at Vevey, Switzerland. Alter an ex tended tour In the East and a prolonged sojourn at Cuiro. where he was . first re cognized under the thin disguise of a French tourist, he purchased, jointly with Mr. Fithian, the chateau ot the ex-King ot Holland, which lies on the shores of Lake Leman. Here he has since made his home. The place has been fitted up in the most luxurious manner. The enter tainments given are described as gener ous and elaborate, if not elegant. Peter B. Sweeney lives in one ot the most palatial private hotels in Paris. The entrance is at No. 9. Rue Solferino.thougu the frontage lies upon the quay ot the ...

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. — 6 October 1876

JL , Jl-UJJ.JU.1,, .J!iJ'!l 1 1 i mi 'v: j 1 ,V VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1876. NO. 41 f UAi i j ...... . bxate tie oiirna if i. ! V WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Fridar N. C. BURCH. Terma of Subscription t S Ingle copies, per ycai $1,50 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. DE. JXTO. BAKER, physician & Surgeon. ftr Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap2S-ly. 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 ifc Janvier's store, High Street dec.27 72hf FRED ROMMEL, DKALKR IN Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, B1.AN1C BOOKS, CIIRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Falrchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. IIJGH STREET, .t7.'72-iv Jeffrson City, Mo Clias. L. Busoh. Chicago Lumber Yard ...

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. — 6 October 1876

- ':i ' The State Journal' FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1876. J. National Republican Ticket FOR rRBflURKTi RUTHERFORD D. HAYES, OF OHIO. FOR TICE-rRKSIDINT! WILLIAM A. WHEELER OF NEW TOKK. ELFXTOR3 FOR MISSOURI. At Large : D. I DYER.of Tike. J. II. COLE, ol Callaway. District HENRY IIEMAXS. JXO. C. VOGEL. CHAS. A. STEIFEL. ' GUSTAVUS ST. GEM. J. Q. THOMPSON. A.F.LEWIS. L. L. BRIDGES. WM. WARNER. A. J. HARLAN. " D.L.MILLER. J. II. TURNER. " -R.D.CRAMER. " FREDERICK MUENCII. 1st 2nd ril 4th 5th (Hh rth 8th 9th lOtli 11th 12th 13th STATE TICKET. For Governor: 0. A. F1NKELNBURG. of St. Louis. Lieutenant Governor: C. C. ALLEN, of Jasper, Secretary ot State : EUGENE F. WEIUEL. ot St. Louis. State Treasurer: JOHN SEVERANCE, of Buehanan. State Auditor. GEORGE R. SMITH, ol Pettts. Attorney-General : A. W, MULLIN3. ot Linn. Register ot Lands: RICHARD DRAKE, of 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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 6 October 1876

INSTITUTIONAL MISSION. It would teem itrange that after all th trou ble tb ladlei of tnia Minion bar taken Unit work and alms are 1 (till miiundentood. We take it for grantel thtf no right thinking per ton would object to the charitable work in which we are engaged. Charitable not only so far as prisoners are concerned, (but em bracing all needing sympathy and aid. No lon ger than last winter the Mission Ladles extend ed their work of charity to our poor, and in vited all to join in it. There it then au organi zation (such as you, Mr. Editor, suggested) in existence, but if that does not suit. Ice another be instituted, and the Mission Ladles in ad vance pledge themselves to do their share of the work and render what aid they can. So much for the branch of thejsuegestlon edltenaly made, which meets our full approval. Mr. Se bree and Ms aide must be astonished at their becoming such high authority as to what tins been or can be accomplished with tho "cavil era" who bavo tried to writ...

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. — 6 October 1876

The State Journal. ""FRIDAY. 6 ,TOBEK 1. 1876. JUST A FEW WOBDS. Just a few words, but they blinded Tbe brightness all out of a day ; Just a few words, but they lifted The shadows and cast them away. Oh 1 the pain of the wounds, Of the harden'd word's sting; Oh! the balm and the bitterness That kind ones will bring. Only a frown, but ltdauipcn'd The cheer of a dear little heart ; Only a suiile. but its sweetness Check'd tear that were ready to Blurt. Sullen frowns how they chill, Happy smiles how they luro One to smile, one to raise. One to kill, one to cure. Oh 1 that the rules of our living More like to the golden would bet Much, oh! so much more of sunshine Would go out from you and from me. Less profession, more truth, In our every-day life. More justice, then surely, Lighter hearts and less strife. For better and kinder we all mean to be, But there's lack itt the thinking of both you and me. Transcript, Gkokgiana Noursk, Local News. River falling. Dismal weather. Nutting tame h...

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. — 6 October 1876

U.S. DISTRICT COURT. EDWARD SflKEHAN 8UKRRE5DEI13 ANDI3SESTTO JAIL. An adjourned session of the United State District Court for the Western District of Mia I ourl ,watheld Yesterday. 8hortIy after the arrival of the noon train Mr. Edward Sheehan.the famous crookod whis ky maker of St. Joe, who was Indicted at the Auzust term, 1865, for manufacturiD distilled spirits with intent to dt fraud the United States and has been a fugitive since the 5th of May of that year, surprised the Court and officers by presenting himself at the bar of the court and asking to plead to the indictments against him. He was attended solely by R. S. Mutter, of St. Joe, as his attorney. ' lie was of conrs e promptly accommodated, and on being informed of the nature of the in dictment against him, at once pleaded "guilty' The Judge without hesitation sentenced him to imprisonment in the Cole couty jail for one year, and to pay a fine of 91000. And thus ends the story of the "whisky ring" prosecutions in this ...

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. — 6 October 1876

Thfe State Journal FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1876. NORTH Ft KLI) BANDITTB. SOME INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE ROBBERY. THEIR ARREST AND TREATMENT IN TRISON, ETC. (St. Louts Times, Sept. 30.) The return of the St. Lou I policemen with Chief McDonough. yesterday, and their reports of the Korthfield nfl'alr leave no longer any room to doubt the identification of the captured and the dead. The Time gave, ycMcrday, some facts by which the Younger might be identified, and McDonough says they coincide exactly with the -wounded men at Faribault, Who hayo admitted that they are Colo and Bob Younger. Before McDonough lclt Minuesota, the third of the band who ia yet alivo and In jail at Faribault, admitted his identity as Cal vin Carter. 1 he lounger's attempted first to pass him oft" as Jim Younger. McDonough had informntion.to tho effect that Jim Younger had received a wound in the thigh 'at tho fteht near Osceola with captain Lull, of Pinkerton's detec tives and a young deputy sheriff named Dani els...

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. — 6 October 1876

The State' Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1876. . . Local News. ; .. t ) ', ! ', . I The elder Reason. A. heavy frost Sunday night. The cider making time has come again.' Cook's Imperial its bad for the Imperially, All kinds ofconyoyancer's blanks for sale at thlsoffice. . The editor, printer and deTll, of the Osage News are alt sick Dr. Hemstrect was In town Monday for the grs. time in many days, Sature Is hanging scarlet leaflets upon the pinaoles of her pet maples. It Is not fstshlonable to wear low quartered ahoes on the streets. The sportsmen are having a fine time ,hunt ing quails just now. Wc henr that the tobacco crop of Cole is all safe and that it is a good one, Finkclnburg at Jefferson City on tho 13th. Let every one turn out and bear him. Dr. Matthews and a half score of 1810-ers are talking of a social re-union. The Pacific railroad trains are crowded with people for the Centennial. We hear of great success among the nutting parties of the city and vicinity. A sightly plac...

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. — 6 October 1876

STAUVATIOJf, f IN BULGARIA Another Startling Plcturo of the Horrors of War, Bat the dead Are Ion to be pitied than the living. - The have been reduced from eaae and com tort to the condition of wild animals without home, without shelter, without bedding, and almost without clothing, and - liring on what iuod they can pick op from day to day. There are Women here who hare known comfort, who are weak and ill, nod who have three or four little mouths to teed. They go out in the fie ds, reap enough wheat tor the days food, painfully thresh it out with their hands, pound It into flour be fwecn two stones, and bake it into bread lor their little ones day by day ; and sleep, like the foxes, in the corner of a ruined wall on a littlo straw at night. There are little children here, haggard, and thin and sickly, sleeping almost on the bare ground, and, when it rains, on the wet ground. Nobody who has not seen it can imagine the misery caused by the burning ot a Tillage. Tho authorities had se...

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