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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 October 1876

WAITING. , . . i - . Serene, I told uv bad and wait, Nor car for wind. or tide, or tea: I rare no more 'gainst time or fate, For lo! my own shall come to me. I stay my haste, I make delay, ' For what avails this eager pace f I ttand amid the eternal ways, And what If mine shall know my face. Asleep, awake, by night or day, The friend I seek are seeking me; No wind can drive my bark astray, Nor change the tide ol destiny. ' What mutter If I stand alone? I wait will) oy the coming your; i My heart shall reap where it bat sown, And garner up its fruit of tears. The waters know their own nnd draw The brook that springs in yonder bcizht. So flows tho good with equal law Unto the soul of pure delight. Tho stars come nightly to the sky ; The tidal wave unto the sea ; 1 Nor time, nor space, nor deep, nor high, Can keep my own away from me. UPREMECm THIRD DAY. TllCKSDAY, Oct, 19. QWb. Schrieker, ft al resp vs James AVard, app.. . Motion to affirm judgment filed, with transcript. Kufus riiill...

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. — 27 October 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27. I87G. Local News. Beautiful days. SUte Treasurer Mercer ha gone lo New York. Tweed and Tllden Tweedledce and Tllden duin. The hills of Callaway aro arrayed in gone rout color. How many or our State officials are provided with railroad passes? Grata Brown is the father of hi second boy the youngest of fifteen children. The Pacific Railroad embrogllo in nt an end, The deed has been signed by Judge Treat. New enterprise at the penitentiary are fos tered by the Inspectors to quite an extent as we recently learned. We learn that the health of Ilon.Jno. N. Stover is improving but that he is only able to walk a short distance from his residence. Hon. M. McMillan is filling the apppolnt mentsof Col. Stover. Mr. McMillan is an earnest and effective sneaker. The Kansas City Times gives J. L. Smith, a stick full for his speech, and John F. Martin a whole column. Hagans' Magnolia Balm preserves and restores the complexion: removes freckles, tun and sallowne...

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. — 27 October 1876

,4- A n. TKq "State .Journal FRIDAY." OCTOBER 27TlS?6 TE,QAMFAIGNr If the old issues are Dead, Why Mv rifles Demncranv Live ? V ) v Hardin the Pretender, v ; Address of N. C. Burch before the Hayes and Vlieeler Club .at Jefferson City, Monday,' Oct. 23, 1876. .. - Mr. President, and Gentleme of the Club: Before proceeding, I desire to take1 the seme of this bouse upon one question: My friends, how many of vou setting here to night, and looking back to 1860 at the election to the Presidency of Abraham Lincoln, in ail the light of subsequent history, and under the glare of the great RKD REVOLUTION that followed from that election, and which revolution under God, the generalship of Ulysses S. Grant, and the statesmanship of the Republican party, save J the Union, but des troyed slavery and broadened the busts of HUMAN IUGIITS in this country .bow many of you, I say. sit ting here to-night, and fully impressed with all these great (acts, do now rejoice at that election of Abraham Lincol...

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. — 27 October 1876

WESTMINISTER (FULTON) COL . , . ; ) i LEGE j , At the recent te.ision of the Sjnod or Missouri at Hannabal the following were among the proceedings had : A commltte consisting of Dm. Lacj and Farris and Elder Veacb, from the South ern Synod in session at Fulton, was prt sent and presented the claims ot West minister College, and asked the jrnod to appoint a committee ot Conference to do rise some plan ot co-operation lor the joint support ct the college. After a tree and cordial discussion the Synod reached the following action unan imously: Resolvad. That this Synod heartily concurs in the idea ot educational co operation in tho case of Westminister Col lege, and that a committee ot fife, con sisting ot the following named ministers and elders, Rev. Dr. S. J. Niccoll?. Rev. II. D. Ganse, Rev. W. C. Falconer, and Elders Judge S. M. Breckinrid, and Dr. J. li. Johnson, bo appointed to confer with a similar coramitteo from the South ern Synod on this subject, to meet at such time and p...

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. — 3 November 1876

,;: ;i? -tti t 'i !! ' ,"' Jut rfi! Ji ri I I r . ; . ;.'. in ?i if. J J 'u I nof - 7 -, '-.I vm : ,t?;ii"n ,"t 'I'd yi M ;ry VfW 'vr I'tft r'i( HdU'jl' X! I'll , '' .. L.Vd 'I,.!,! I t!ltlOVI ."fill (tWif.lfliiT 'mU I "... (.. 1 ... ft II i'.it ;.!'! iP' rjil. I .'V . full IT af ii iii r tii.1V. hi ii i. 'jiifi tii i rr'-i :;) ."(jifll ) 'i'-ll 4 H'0."TI''i II rw RitiiJU'"'. i"l -ir-i j " " ' . t' i i iili 1 i'.. I :L'i'f . i, :, if . i li! .' .!' I i V f - a A 4 T , I ' . -...; . ., W ''" ' ' (WEEICLY STATE JQURNAlI: I (II BY !l " X. C BURCII. ' '' 1 ; Terms of' k$ut8crlpt Ion: ' Single copies. yct ycat 91 Clubs of ten pes ydart . 1.'. . ' 1,23 Clubs of twenty, per year..:. 1,00 IXVAStABLY IS ADVAXCK. I ' - l ' HENRY HITOHY ' REAL ESTATE FGEHT, ' JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS ASD SELLS LANDS OX COMMIS sion, l'ay Taxes, Uedeem LauJn Bolil for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. Office over . White & Janvier's store. High Street ' dcc..2" 72hf physioian & Surgeon. Office and residenc...

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. — 3 November 1876

Thfe State Journal y - - - 1 i FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1876 National Republican Ticket FOB FRKflDKKTS RUTHERFORD B. HATM or OHIO. 0 riCE-rHESIDIXT! WILLIAM A. WIIKELEB OF MW TORK. ELECTORS KOR MISSOURI. At Largo : D. P. DYER.of Pike. J. II. COLE, ol Callaway. District-IIENRY IIEMANS. JNO. C. VOGEL. " CIIAS. A. STEIFEL. " GUSTAVUS ST. GEM. ' J. Q. THOMPSON. " A. F. LEWIS. " L. L. BRIDGES. WM. WARNER. A. .1. HARLAN. D.L.MILLER. " J. H. TURNER. " -R. D.CRAMER. ' FREDERICK MUENCH. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th STATE TICKET. For Governor: G. A. FINKELNBURG. of St. Louis. Lieutenant Governor: C. C. ALLEN, of Jasper, Secretary ol State: EUGENE F. WEIGEL. ot St, Louis. State Treasurer: JOHN SEVERANCE, of Buchanan. State Auditor.' GEORGE R. SMITH, oi 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 HAYE...

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. — 3 November 1876

feclienck's Pulmonic syrup for the cure ot Consumption, Cought' and Colds. The great virtue of thli medicine la that it ri pens the matter and throws it out of the sys tem, purifies the blood, and thus effects a cure, BcitKMCK'e Ska Wbbd Tokio. ram thi Curb or DYSPEPSIA, IKDIOBSTIOIT, AO, The tonle produces a healthy action of the stomach creating an appetite, forming chyle, and curing the most obstinate cases of Indiges tion. SCBKKCE'S MAKDRAKK FILLS. FOR THI CURB OF Liver Complaint, Ac. These Pills are alterative, and produce a healthy action of the liver, without tho least danger, as they are free from calomel J anclBvet more efficacious in restoring a healthy action of the liver. These remedies Bro a certain cure for con sumption, as the Pulmonlo Byrtip ripens the matter and purines the blood. The Mandrake Pills aot upon the liver, create a healthy bllo, and remove all diseases of the liver, often a causo of consumption. The 8a Weed Tonlo gives tone and strength to the stomach, ...

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. — 3 November 1876

Tlio State Journal FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1876. Local News. .i-. High winds. J. K. Cartrr ol the Tribune Is ngr-ln at his fa ble. , ' . , II. I'.. Hamilton Esq., Is running the Lexlug ton nml St. Louis Railroad now. If ho keeps on at Hie busintes lie will be a rival to Commo dore Garn-on. Haoaxs JIaoxoma Palm preserves and restores the complexion : removes freckles, tan mid sallovness; makes the skin solt. white find deliaate. lis implication be detected inarl'70-dAwIy Vet is mM to he very facetious aud can imitate his colored brother so well that It is fuggeted he had better black himself and he' come the rndman to s minstrel troupe. Governor Coleman issued his proclamation yesterday oil'enng a reward of 300 for the up- prehension or the unknown murderer of Frank Ionium recently found dead near Brownsville, Mo. Lyons Katiiaihon makes beautiful, !osv lur.tiriimt hair; prevents its falling out nr turii big L-iay. It has stood the te-t f 49 vears Is luirmiimlv pel fumed, rnd has no rivii...

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. — 3 November 1876

"... r 4. f r- r K I have beard I don't. know whether Wide twtke or fast asleep That the atars once rang together To some ibephenli tendlnjr rtieep. '' - So, at nlghU when they are glUtenln, '' ,l 1 " Just before I close my eyes, ""I'' ' ' 4 I look np', ami keep k-llstfenlnc ' y: -I'orW muslt from thfe skies: , And the start shine out so brljrhtlj,'1 m " ; 'That t cannot think but they,,' , '.' ,.' .Ibllelllstcritothemnlghtly, (,,. . , Will repeat the htavenly lay. . ,. Mary 2. EreGcott,, St. icbolii for Novem ber. (,.... . i :. .,' -I I v;; '. it' i .I I i i i . I I . .-! UNDEU T1IK ROSE. ' ' ' '" . ' ' . ' .' ' 'M' " !' ' ' ..- ; . . . ! .- -. . ,. .BY J. H. .1 , " 1 ahi cold and I am light As the fleecy, floating r ow? If a thorn rah through my heart Tou would only see the rose. ' '.' Fickle, shallow, thom;tlcs., pay f And you truly think uio so? You may view the ocenn's foara , , But its deeps lie fur below. . , Coins and stand by Iu3 awhile Whero no oilier friend has been I wil...

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. — 3 November 1876

The Stat Journal. FHIDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1876. Vote for Lohroio for Sheriff. Vote for BteinlDger lor Collector. Vote for Porth for County Judge. Vote for Porch for Assessor. Vote for Vogdt for Surveyor. Vote for Schrandt for Coroner. Vote for King for Prosecuting Attorney. Vote for McDavItt for Public Administrator. Vote for Curry. Vote for the entire Republican ticket. Because it Is the beat ticket. Because the candidates are honest men. Because they are capable men. Because they are trustworthy men. Because they are watchful of the Interest of the people. Because they love the light of day. Because they will labor earnestly and faith fully for the good of all the people. Because they will publUh offljlal report of thetr proceedtnes. Vote the Republican ticket. Vote it often. Vote for Finlulnourg and Invite linailers tioti and prosperity to our State. Vote for Finkclnhurg and for a Governor of whom we may well be proud. Elect Finkelnburg and we will have a mau tor Governor who will ne...

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. — 3 November 1876

A THo Qtato Journal FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8. I87. Local News. '''! A fre election by all meant. Tha Old 8crateh la to pay. The woods are full of persimmons. Tbe Peril ta not alwaya at one door. Bolateroua bummers to tbe rear on election day. ; '. . Our trip to Tuscuubla last week waa alive with amuaing Incidents. "Wba wba- what was that last war fouf bt fort any way P "No scratching," screeches the Tribune But how you going to help yourself. Hurrah for Porth, Porch and Stelninger Is the shoot that Is now reverberating across the county. Hon. Mllo Blair entertained the Republican club Monday night, with a ''few feeble re marks." John T. Heard Is the Inst honorary member of jtbe State Centennial Managers appointed by tbe Governor. Tbe Governor has appointed II. Clay Ewlng a member of the board of trustees of tbe blind asylum in St, Louis. The election is at hand. Let it be a quiet one. Let every citizen go to tbe polls and . vote and go about his business. VTe have been bordering on a chap...

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. — 3 November 1876

TWO rARTIES CONTRASTED. ,. . . u i The llnee conimandinjj question hour hie llirt Southern problem, lli ' clal question. 1 and eivlt service ns of the e lin.in- servico reform How shall jro6il order n'nfl eoualriirhu i.h 8tbllsh(i and maintained In the South? "Whnt means shall ho taken to pined the finances nml the currency of the. .counu-f on a sound basis ? What shall be tUne to clevato nnd purity the civil service ot the country ? Theso re the question which challenge (he attention ril all patriotic and thoitghtiul men. Whichever Party offers the best assurance of their Balisluctorr o lution in best entitled to the confidence of the country. How do tho two jrioat par ties which are akiiifr or the suffrage of the pfciple stand on these vital questions, and which ol them, by its history, its pro fessions, mill the character of its leaders, offers the bit jrnai rantue ol their Ratislac tory settlement ? As regards the Southern question, it must be kept in mind above all that it is t...

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. — 10 November 1876

. iTlll III! I H j ' I ... .i.ni-.iia- inl l- o ".nr- Y' "1 :i '.Ji'.-viU.J .'.I'. l':r.fl i H-l H,..! ' ) .!-r ntit Ji:' i'"l " t !! .. p.,!'! I'M f !V "'.f ;! I i. V' .(! i'lvrvn M I IT ,''-Ji"n! jiyj 1-na ,rf ''.'Hit Rt '.!J hi il.'VB ID I! 1 ."5rtl J I r i (J lil : .1 'if '. 1 ' ' . i 1 1 .. : ... . . .'. .t I . . . in ! P '. . Mini ...i ii'df. i I. II.. 2 : ., i.,., .J ,. :" . ,f... il"t T- YOL.4I, ; JEFFEltS.0Nj CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1870. NO.fet- - f I KM 1 1 " .:::o "l! .... I -. II II II II i i.i ym. ii. iiiii ; .. II. II Alt c Vs. rr i X. i r weekly Estate journal.1 v -!Publiihe4 : Brery' Prilar ' ' i. BY I . Mil l..t!n: .!!"' :'.:. it .'' v ' '1 Ttrtroe bt; SnWrfptloaV ' " fijnjjlo copies, per ycai ... r. Clubs of ten perjearavvMaa.v"v , 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per yearJf.- , 1,00 ; HENRY 1MTTCHY : REAL ESTATE IBENfr ' ;; ! ': '-';i,v ' JEFFERSON &TY. MO. UYB 'ANEl SELLS LANDS ON COMMfS- JL ilOB, .Par1 Taxes, -Bedeern Lanus Bold tor Taxes, Procure ratents.i&am...

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. — 10 November 1876

Th& State Journal FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1 0, 1876 Let us hare Reform particularly In county officers. . ; i ' i'. - , . ' The one term principle is the correct one, and should apply ercn in county matters. , . Relorm is 8 good thing, and now lot us hare a little of it at home in the adnilnis- tration of county affairs. Hardin's reduction ol taxes works like a charm. It has the opposite effect ot adding to them a $200,000. Wonder it the Younger brother's am nesty Bill will not be taken up and pass ed by the next Democratic Legislature. In opposition to the assumptions of the solid South the solid men ol .New York bare Inflexibly arrayed themselves. One of Grant's prison ships" is what the Democracy call the vessel in which the jiieuv ueiuocrauo cuiei uni x weodls a passenger. We do know that eighteen month aro there was- a balance of 121,490,89 of county money on hand. But what has beea receive siace is as much in the dark as ever. $450,000 State Treasurer warrants out standing and no...

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. — 10 November 1876

'I AN ECCENTRIC ELOFEMENT, Six week ago Mri. H. T. Yarbrough ob tained divorce from her husband on tht ground ot desertion. Tht hatband waul to work at Hlokmari, Kf and, still, " It appears, cherishing an affection tor her, tonl letter and telegram utclag her to come to hln and tearrj him again. She accordingly it hero Saturday morning on the Hickman bound train. ' When she reached Warerlj, however, she was ta ken from the train upon a dispatch which her brother, Edward had - caused to be tent. . He Jul lowed her. proposing to per haade her to return, or in any eyent pre ent her from going to Hinkman to meet Yarbrough... .At VVaverly Sunday morn ing, under pretenso that she was going to her room to lie down, tho nnd the daugh ter of the hotel proprietor, slipped out by the back way, ran a mile up the track and flagged the 'western bound train. Mr. Sweeney "no telegraphed to Iho con duo', tor ot the tram tit Frost Station to put her off at that point, but the conductor sat back word ...

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. — 10 November 1876

Tlie Stato Journal. jFKIDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1876. . Local News. " "in Weather moderated., , t .' ,t;i 1 1 ;p ( 7 .i ...... xt Col. FraukHlckox M baok from San , Juan. lie will not return till Spring, .i The lawyer! are at ill trying to get teen out of llieA. P. R. K. sale.;, , . The warehoute of A. A, Melllor A' Co.i wholesale drugzists, was dntrored bv Are In St. Louis, last Thursday. Value 25,000, In- snrance (non-board) $19,M0. ", ' Tho deed of the Pacific Railroad of Missou' rl by Seymour II. Thompson. Master in Chan eery, to James Baker is bains: recorded in the onice or the Cole county recorder. ' The waiters or the Southern Hotel, St. touts, had their wages reduced from f25 . to $23 per montli. and concluded to wait on the cashier and deman 1 the extra $2, which being refused, they became noisy, were waited upon by the police mid now wait outside, as new waiters wait on tho table iu their stead. . The directors of the Missouri Paclflt held a private meeting on Friday, and the r...

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. — 10 November 1876

n r f, Fore Joubhal.,,,,-,,,-, , : WltUlD my heart tta deepest, purest oellv' V: "Whew greer matters' never learn to try, There shall tbi Image, aid only 4vrll ; My star by night, my guide throughout the day Kartb ie!ds but tbil, to cherish an4 to lose ' -To'lbeet' Mid part ttfd It tnuat war be ; ' ' But Memory, Ilk tne'iummerl twilight dew, Shall keep love's blossom ever fresh Tot me. . . ; " Tbeugh seas divide and distance roll between; RemenibTam shall recall the happy" past,' : And Iball one Island rear Us living green' 0 On Which h6 frost Its wintry chill can cast. Oft from the busy world of strife and care ', My too fond soul to ssored shades shall fly, To hold communion with thy spirit there, j., , In (he aweet eloquence of Up and eye. . NO M-NKT IN THE SCHOOL TltKASUBT. Mr. Editor : ", , .', '. , .. Your several correspondents who are Taking up the dark lanten school board assume that there is money la the treasury of the school board, even as much as , $7,000. Now, I can te...

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. — 10 November 1876

Tho Stato Journal. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1876. WEAR A SMILE. Ho! for the facet thtl mle all day, Be the month Novembar or sblnlng May, They brio a summer to wry place, For there'! no light like a lighted face, And the smile that gladden a weary heart Ie an angel doing a healer! part. I know that often there must be tears In the eye made dim by the (polling yean, Grief draw a curtain across the light, And the day growa dark at a gloray night ; But hope, and courage, and smiles shall win. And ahadowa vanish, and da; begin. There is a lesson that life must teach, However cynics may coldly preach. God is a Father, his name la love, He blesses his children from heaven above, And there Is reason for smiles of joy. And songs of praise should the tips employ. Then wear a smile In the darkest days, And sing for Joy of the flowery ways, Be quiet alwiys. though aiorms may rage, And look for a heavenly heritage. This world of sorrow, and sin, nud guile, Has need ol many a cheery millc. Smile, hav...

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. — 10 November 1876

Tho Stato Journal rTUDAT. NOVEMBER 10. iM. . TUB CROWN Of LOYE. ; v t !' -JV1, . The strongest raler Is the nun ... Who subjugate himself, ........ -.. Who conquer passion, eonqnert tin,1 1 " And bowi not down to pelf. , Be 1 the prince 6f ill that' good, , , . Who shuns all evll things, .., , -. , 'Ahd he who help hii brother nan 'I . The nobleit It of kings. Local News. Settle up. , . ,. , , . , , ,Weitl!lli?e. i : h . ' : Rtrer ruing. " C ' ; ' Let 'em bowl. . v , . : ,, I ill . . . . . Crow while you cm. King Scratch did it. .: " i Good bye Democracy. . Never give up the ship. Bring oat your eUtemente. ' We scared 'era bad any way. We got away with them after all. Greene grip gone a glimmering. Hurrah for Hayea and Wbetler. "Dixon's bolt" is what they called it. Kip Tan Winkle next Tuesday night. It may be another Bull Run, but i ? 1 5 '' Victory in the air. Burger is elected.' Crooked whisky and crooked Democrats. v River high. Ferry landing at Cedar City. Fight it out on that ...

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. — 10 November 1876

DEMOCRATIC LACK OF PRINCIPLES- AND POLICY. '. t ,' it..-'1 Gentlemen, it bus seemed to me that the existing Democratic party, however Israelii numbers, hat not well-known principle! and a common policy. I think , its platform acknowledge this by ignor ing Its past historr nnti inviting: all per sons to join ia it under the general) cry of Reform J' It is a party under the lead, it is true, of the leaders ot the old Democra tic party, but to which, lor the most oppo site icasons. many, persons temporarily adhere. It has happened to the Republi can party to be charged with more serious responsibilities, to conduct more impolrani operations, to settle leore difficult, plical problems, lor which there were no prece dents in our history; than to n-ny political party in the United States. In pursuing . this course, there hare ariaon Irons time to time many differences ol opinion. Some-mistakes hare1' been tnnde,. un doubtedly, some- men nava been appoin ted to office who,Utd not deserve i...

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