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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 1 December 1876

?OURST. LOtflS L13TTEK. EARTHLY EUnOR9-UOSR EYTINGE AT DkBAR'8 OPERA HOUSE AND ST. LOUISJIN ECSTACIES IIACBY CHASE'S PAINTINGS-ART SCHOOL OF FROF. IVES AND CARL GUTHERZ-SOHOOL OF DESIGN DR. WM. T. HARRIS AND HIS WORK THE BEETHOVEN CON-8ERVATORY-WHAT TnE DEAR CUA TURS WEAR AS SET FOR TH AT BARR'S FASHION TALACE -- rnOTOGRAniS FROM PAINTINGS OF GUST AVE DORE -MAGAZINE LITERATURE. S r. LOUI8, Nov. 24, 1870. "Ah, here it is, I'm famous now, An author and a poet; It really In In print, ye gods. How proud I'll be to show itl Why, bless nj soul I here's something strange, What can the fellow mean? By talking of the graceful brooks v That "gander" o'er the green? -A And here is ( instead of r Which makes it "tippling" rill, I'll seek a shad, instead of shade, And Aeiiinsteadof hill," The above reflections of an author upon re ceiving a eopy ol his first poem are vividly re called to me, dear Journal, as I turn the pages of your last Inane, I gave you a heading of "Late Literature" and you t...

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 December 1876

A BIG LA.W SUIT, rENDixa is Tnit c. s. clncuYr court. 13 Tit IS UK ? In tlio early winter of 1357 tliero illicit liave been seen "broiislnR' about anions the hills of south-west Missouri, a younj? man, who is de scribed by tlioso wlio now remember him, as being about twenty, round and ruddy in ap pearance, with din k blue eyes and a dark inous-tiu-lie. He passed by tbe name of S. FRANK CI.OWSF.lt, and was accompanied by a man some older in years, and known by the name of Robert "W. Booth. Robert W. Booth was the patentee from tbe United States of the south-east qunrter.of the south-east quarter (40 acres) of section 34. town ship 23, ranse 33, in the county of Jasper, On Christmas day 1M7 a deed was recorded at the county seat of Jasper county by which this land was granted, bargained, sold and conveyed by Robert W. Booth to S. Frank Clewser. The consideration of the grant was the enormous Mim of (250. After a sojourn of about a month in those parts.Mr. S. Frank Ciowser DISAPPEARED....

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 December 1876

I The State Journal FRTDAyTpECEMBER 1. 1876. tMTAPH ON AFKINTKR. . Beneath this stone It laid the form Of one, a boo J typesetter, Who, after life's sunshine nd storm. Distributes his dead letter. Although on earth he was no sage, Yet he was not ft fool For while upon life's busy stage lie lived by one good rule. Full many friends at least ft score 'f sympathizing faces, Around his bed sail glances wore, As shorter grew life's spaces. His case was not an empty one For be kept not aloof From others j so, his take being done, , He showed a good, clean proof. Throughout his life he'd virtuous been ; Death, therefore, hod no terrors When he was summoned from the scene Of his few earthly errors. And when the trump his soul shall Wake, . .To wear an angel's crown, Of heavenly joys he will partake . '..tevised, locked-up, planed dewn, Local News. Bluft. "' No "waugh." Judge Miller's court will be mostly criminal. There Is many man hath more hair than wit. The lines are drawn pretty llue do...

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 December 1876

1 V THE LAWLESS ELEMENT. Tho following Is a Washington dis patch in the Cincinnati Commercial: A distinguished ex-Con ledorate was heard to remark, iv few days ago, that he could go into Maryland and Virginia, and in a lew hours1 notice- collect u thousand old soldiers, with which torce ho could pillage and racsack nil Washington, tak ing prisoner tho President and his Cabi net, ami gaining possession of the Treas ury and the archives ol tho Government- The remark at an ordinary time, would, have passed unheeded, but just now it ex cites comment, especially when it is taken in connection with tho report that there are large numbers ot the roughs ol Balti more, who wear under their coat lapels badges inscribed 'Tilden or blood,' and the turther fact that ex-Coniederates are quite free to avow their willingness to go into almost any revolutionary enterprise it the Democrats ol the North will but lead the way. The Democrats are quite sensitive with reference to the presence of troops h...

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. — 8 December 1876

Journal 3 i - VlWOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY. MO., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 187G. NO. 49 it . State r i x s WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Publisfcod Evory Fri&ar N, C. BURCII. Term of Subscription I Single copies, per yeai $1.50 Clubs of ten per year... 1,23 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. HENRY NITCHY A REAL ESTATE 'BENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. 4 TJUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS V Jj sion, Pay Taxes, Kedeem Land Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents, Ac. Ofllce over White Janvier's store, IHgta Streev dec.27 7$hr "Physician & Surgeon. Office and residence in Laumkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. rn25-iv. FRED ROM ME Is, , DEALER IN Books cfc Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO nios, Wall Paper aud Pictures. Picture Frames made to erder. Agent for Fairchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. HIGH-STREET, .iA.'72-iv Jeffrson ity, Mo Dp. &. C. DATTISOIT, office: and residex-cii, ( Cor McCarty & Jefferson St. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Of...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 December 1876

1"J ' Tha State Journa Fill DAY, DECEMBER 8, 187C Outstanding State warrants on tho First ol December, $349,703. The Louisiana Uetnrninjj Board is tak ing testimony, pro and con, concerning election outrages. Committees ol the IIouso was raised on Monday to investigate the action ot the Returning Hoards of Louisiana, Flo-ida and South C irolina. Sec'y 11 beson has received tho full amount ol the $2,000,000 advance to Jay Cooke it Co.. which it was said he had lost. Sam Wamlall, the bih protective tariff Pennsylvania Democrat, ii the newly clec'etl Speaker o! tic; House of Represen tative;:, vi'-r Kerr, deceased. Senator Ingails ot Kansas, proposes a joint resolution for a National Constitu tional Convention, to lie held at Colum bus, Ohio. Montgomery Blair lias staiteil a new paper at Washington. the Coastiiutioiial I'rtion. We prei'.ivt its cai ly demise.. As a newspaper jrravc yard, Wa.shinton is"a lou;;r ways in advance of any 'other c;!y in tic; Union. ; t Tliete i:- a decline i...

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 December 1876

n; ALLCOCK'S 3 POROUS PLASTERS. 7Asklor ALLCOCK'S, and obtain thorn, nnd so avoid mfaerabla LIMITA TIONS. U. BRANDRKTII. TrVt. Office, 204 CahhI St, New York. lecld&w3ms. CMstmas, Ik Year anfltbe wMe Year ronnfl ' You can find the best and the cheapest selection of GOODS at tho Dry Goods Emporium OF PERFECTION . ATTAINED AT LAST! A TRIAL Will INSURE ITS POPULARITY KVKRYWHKRK. IN HANKRL'PTCT. AgsiRneo'i notice ol lii Appointment. Western District ol MIhsouM . Tho undersigned hereby Klven notice cf hit appointment as ixslxnee ol David Newma 1 t l'holps county, Missouri, and within said West ern District, who bus been adjudged a bank rupt upon his own petition bv the United States District Court lor said DiNtrin. W. U.roJIKKOY, Not. 22-dlt w3t. AiKnec. IX HANKKP1CY. laws presence oi mum. iunj:u yu .--tablishes this point to hi own satisfaction in Iho Laramie Sentinel. A man who Was working on ttio root t the rolling, mill, up near th ridjie-pole, ami smoking i cigar at the snme tim...

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 December 1876

The State Journa. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1876. A MODEL MAIDEX. 'Tis not alone that she Is fair, And bath a wealth of golden hair ; 'TIs not that she can play and ulna. To charm a critio or a kin);; 'Tift not that slio Is gentle, kind, And wears no chignon huge, behind. Nor high-heeled boot, nor corset laced. To show her slendernesi ol waist ; Tig not that she can talk with ease On well-nigh any theme you please; 'TIs not that she can row and ride, And do a dozen things beside ; The reasons why I love MUs Brown Are that she never wears a frown. Ne'er sulks, or pouts, or mopes or frets. Or fosses about "st jles" or "sets ;" Ne'er nurses lap-dogs by the fire. Nor bids her friends her charms admire : Ne'er bets upon the Derby Day, And when she's lost omits to pay ; By bonnets does not bound her talk, Aud is not indisposed to walk; Ne'er bullies her small brothers, nor Esteems their childish games a bore; With pigments ne'er her checks defile. Nor practices coquettish wiles; Needs not a mai...

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 December 1876

Telegraphic. The Franklin-More Muddle. South Carolina Legislature Meets -.Unrip.r Guard. . Only Members Passed in. Edgefield and Laurens left out. Republicans hold the Fort. All Serene in South Garoltna. Peace Reigns. St. Louis Nov, 23. The Steamer Franklin has arrived with Boss Tweed at New York. It seems from South Carolina advices that the abrupt termination of the session ot the State Board ot Canvassers was for the reason that its time ton days had ex pired. The Supreme Court has issued an or der reconvening the Board. It remains to be seen whether it will be obeyed. Gov. Chamberlin denies that the Board is in contempt ot the Supreme Court, It fully pertormed its duties under the law and legally expired. That was all. It now turns out that the alleged mass in ot troops about Washington for the protection ot a Democratio procession which comes off there on the 29th. They are to be protected at all hazards. Special to the State Journal : St. Louis Mo. Nov. 28. The State House at ...

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 December 1876

The State Journal. FWlMY7DKCKMIE"ir8187C. THf PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Important Recommendations. To the Sarnie and llvuxc of Jteprescntatiees: In submitting my eighth mid lmt ntuiuiil mes pustc to conpress. it serins proper thut I should refer to and in somo decree recapitulate the events nnd official acts of the past eight years. It was my fortune or misfortune to be called to Ihe ofliee of ehief executive, without tiny pre- vioim politiciil training from the ape of seven teen. I hud never even witnessed the exeit nirnt attending a presidential campaign but twice ar-tccrdent to mv own candidacy, nnd at but one of thein wm I cliyilile tis n voter. Un der such circumstance it is but reasonable to (suppose that errors of judgment must have oc curred. Kven hud thero not. been n difference of opinion between the executive, bound by an oath to the strict performance ef his duties, and writers and debaters they must have arisen. It is not necessarily an evidence of blunder on the part of the...

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 December 1876

(Continued from sixth Mge.),, of their connection with the postal service and haye especially requested that their reports of apprehended danger should not bo made public, lest it should result in the loss et their lives; but no positive testimony or Interference has been sub mitted except in the case or a mail mes senger at Spartan burgh in South Caroli na, who reported that he had been vio lently driven away on the charge of his political affiliation. The assistant super intendent ot the railway service investi gated this case and reported that a mes senger has disappeared from his post, leaving his work to be performed by a substitute ine postmaster general thinks this case is sufficiently suggestive to justily him in recommending that a more severe punishment should be pro Tided lor the offences ot assaulting any person in charge ol mails, or of retarding or otherwise obstructing them by threats ;i of personal injury. A very gratifying ro- ' suit is presented in the fact that th...

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 December 1876

TILDEN AND 1IENDRICK8. HENDRICKS' MISSION TO THE EAST The Pkoiiaislk Democratic Action in THE rilKPIDENTlAI, CONTEST. From tlio New York Herald, 20th. Gov. Hendricks completed his mission to New York yesterday afternoon aud left nt 5 o'clock for Indianapolis. A large number of Prominent Democratic politi cians called upon him at the Filth Aven ue Hotel, but the Governor was out tho greater portion of tho day, and saw but lew. Gov. Tilden called about noon, but failed to find him. The political gossips have been busy with Governor Hendricks' name and the purport of his conferences with governor Tilden, Mr. Hewitt and the Democratic leaders generally. From a source than which there can possibly be no higher or better the Herald is enabled to state the object as well as the result ! these con ferences. It has been manifest for some time to tho Democratic established be tween tke chiefs of the party in the differ ent parts of the country. The party must bo brought into one solid lino of...

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 December 1876

Journal. VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15, 187G. NO. 52 I i 7 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published' E?8ry Frldav i .. . . BY . , ,, N.'-.C. BUltCII. 1 s Term, of Subscription! Slnjtlc copies, per yem . ... 9L,)0 Clubs of ten pnr year L25 - . . 1 M VJUDS Ol li:uij, Jim -J- ... INVARIABLY IS ADVAXCK. HENRY NITCHY" REAL ESTATE 'GEHT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND PELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Pav Taxes, Redeem Lauds Sold for Taxes, Frocure Patents. Ac. ' Office over White Janvier's store, Tiifib U Street dec.27 72hf 1321. JETQ. B&S3SII," sician & Surgeon. Office and residence in Lamkin'a new building, opposite jationai Exchange Bank. fap23-lv. Dr.' il. C. D-ELTTXSOIT, ' OFFICE AND RESIDENCi., Cor McCarty & Jefferson St. . JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Oflio'e hours 8 to!) A. M., 1 .to 2 P. M. P. M- Jan.lO-lv. N. D E WYL, enrrcesniia Tf MRS. RF.UllT. jr DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES . ' HIGH STREET,; dEFFERSOK CITY MO B. G. BARROW. . (Formerly, of Macon City Mo.) ATTORNEY AND COU...

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 December 1876

Th State Journal FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1876 The Railroad magnate i the country have destines on Congress again. 'We shall haye peace it we have to fight lor it,' is the cheering nssutance the Pres ident gives us. If Cronin was duly elected' an Elector in Oregon, so. certainly, was Steifcl in Missouri. Gold says stability and peace, in the afl'airs ot the nation. So says General Grant. Gov. Hayes ex pi esses the beliel that he U honestly and tairly elected. Who doubts it 9 Alex. II, Stephens, has been christened ly the Reporters at Washington as the "Ghost of the Rebellion. Women are eligible to the School offi ces of Iowa, including that of County Superintendent, by a recent decision ot the Supreme Court. The Congressional Investigating Com mittee in Louisiana has encountered un example of State Rights importance worthy the days of the purest Democracy. The Democratic leaders in Congress have been to New York for an interview with Tilden, and have relumed, it is said, with well-devis...

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 December 1876

AIXCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS. tTAsklor ALLCOCK'S. and obtain thotn. nd bo noi(l miserable IMM1TA TIONS. B. BUANDRKTU. r't; Office, 294 Canal St. New lork. decl-d&wSrus. Wra. M. Smith, Deputy U. 8. Mfhal, wai tn tofra Wednesday, with a man tuflncd Brown oTScdaliH, charged with sending scurrilous letter through the matin. Brown live tn Se tter ond t an engineer In the employ of the M.K. &T. R. R, The offensive matter he is charged with (tending, wai ut Into the mall nt postoflke in Kansas ns mi Indictment against him was found In U. S. Court of that State. He was brought liere 'for the purpose of giving bond. The letter or matter com plained of was sent to a person of tho opposite sex living in Sedalis. Tire required bond was given ond Brown Is offerhis business again. Slovenly Gramsmik. It Is impossible to make an angel of a young lady who persistently uses bud grammar. No matter how pretty she may he, or how attractive her outside appearance, all that goes lor nought if she say...

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 December 1876

The State Journal. "FRIDAY. DECEMHKll 15. 1876. With thin number the weekly JOURNAL clows the Founh year ol its existence. And now. before enierin upon smother year, we desire bricl'y to address our pa trons concerning our hopes and propecls lor the future. The four year ( f the .Iih uxai.'s life have, been cventlu! in the history ot the country. Scarcely had the first year, of '";. gone ere a great panic in money mat ters swept over the land leaving in its bro.id path the wreck ot many a fortune, not only, bin many a business hope. It was an unpropitions time for our enter prise. Imt we struggled on. The duty ot maintaining such a paper as the Journal for pu'iiie arid poliiieul reasons here at the .State Capitol, was seemingly srrt'Mer than the btisr.css di'ii;ai:d ior it. Hut the lime has now arrived when business necessity imperatively favors its spread and hearty support. We are u ):: upon tin; dawn of better times. Wc have touched the bottom ot commercial depression, and slowly...

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 December 1876

? SOUTHERN AFFAIRS. The Louisiana returning Board Its Origin, Duties, and by whom Constituted. ITS FAITHFUL AND FEARLESS OBE DIENCE TO ITS SWORN OBLIGATIONS. a compete vindication. On tlio Gtli instant the President trans mitted to Congress n letter addressed to liim by "lion. John Sherman and other distinguished citizens, in regard to the canvass of tho'voto for Electors, in the State ot Louisiana." The letter, alter briefly reletting to the circumstances un der which the honorable gentleman visit ed New Orleans and witnessed the can vass by the Returning Hoard, and expressing their acknowledgements for the courtesies shown them, in providing them means to witness the canvass and take n verbatim report ot proceedings Vys: Al'SES which led TO the it.eation of j THE LOUISIANA HETUKXINU 1IOAKD. SThe white people ot that and other loulhein States had. by their rebellion, orfcitod nil right to representation in Cousrress. or to any participation in the ipovernment ot the Union, and had ...

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 December 1876

Thb State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1876. Local News. Dusty. Gritty. All quiet. Still pleasant. Hlver clear of Ice. Flour source ot Lainont. The Bull-dozers are subsiding. The Saloons vs The Storekeepers. Corn sells at 2."i cents out on the pralrl . A rilt or sunshine on the brow of winter. The show windows of the city charmingly foretell tho approach of the holidays. So much Frot this early in the winter is un usual. The Missouri is blocked ville. with ice at Boon- Who shall decide The courts? when lawyers disagree? The debates of the constitutional convention ought to be published. The Sedulia Society the AinityUa re organizing. Good Glorious fellows. Invitations to the ollice uf the Tux-Luther are being circulated, The ice-gatherers did not Hop for the sab bath. They hurried to save the crop. Congress will take a recess from 1 lie 13th Inst, to the Stli prox., probably. Mr. Evarts suggests that the condition of the Democratic party deuiuuds the appointment of a receiver. Prai...

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 December 1876

V I (COLE COUNTY RAILROAO BONDS OF DISTINGUISHED LAW ,'YERS CONCERNING THEIR VA ( LIDITY. THEY ARE CONSIDERED LEGALLY SOUND. The following opinion of Messrs Edwards nnd Flanagan of this city, are in response to the petition of citizens of the County for an investigation ol the validity, of County Ball road Bonds. To the County Court of Cole County: My opinion is asked on the validity certain bonds Issued to the Laclede A Fort Scott Kail road Company or bearer, for tho use of the Jefferson City, Lebanon A Southwestern Rail way, a branch of said Laclede A Fort Scott Ciilroad. The Laclede & Fort Scolt Railroad Company was incorporated by an act of the General As eembly of the Stato of Missouri, approved on the 11th day of January, 18G0. The corpo ration thus created was authorized to locate, construct, maintain and operate a railroad through the counties of Laclede, Dallas, Polk, Cedar and Vernon in the direction of Fort Scott, in the territory of Kansas, f he compa ny waslso empow...

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 December 1876

OUR ST, LOUIS LETTER. CENTENNIAL YE All MORNING TOIL ETTES LADIE3'CLOAKS AT SCRUUGS vandervort & barney's kose eytynge;as lady macbeth-miss neilson at the oltmric-englisii OPERA AT DkBARS' NOTES AND NONSESSE. Sr. Loiis, Doc. 8, 1870. The date reminds mo the Centennial year in nearly closed, Its days numbered. In many respects it is a memorable year, oml lu many hearts mid many homes the "tender grace of a lay that If dead" will eomo throiiRinR back through nil of a remaining lifetime. Our Cen tennial KxpoHition ha left it Impress on the world's life, Nation lias mingled with nation, business interests have been mlnu'lod. friend ships have been formed, ties linked that will mlure for earth, for heaven. Hut the sum mertime is ended, the golden dreary Autumn has slipped awny, and clear, sunny, sparkling December Is with ih, ami the holy, happy Christmas time draws near. The leading houses of our city are preparing their holiday display, and a perfect fairy palace is beinq opened nt...

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