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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 29 December 1876

1 v t n n t t n t r nn lie JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. '. 1 ' ..J,fiRi! OL. 5. NO. 1 State Jc WEEKLY STATE JOUUNiL, ' Published Every FriiUr IIY N. C BURCH, Term of Subacrlpjftn j ijt le copies, pet yeai ubs of ten pec year. ubs of twenty, per fear.... .... yi,w i;oo " INVARIABLY IN ATNCK. i; HEAL ESTATE SEN, JEFFERSON CI1Y. MO. 5UYS AND SELLS tANDS ON MMI8 J sim, ry Taxt Redeem Uv.es id for ixes, Trocure 1'atetf. Ac. OlHws over White It- .Miiviar's High ree. , d v.vT 7; if DR. JXTO. BAIEEIrv, 3hysioian & Surgeon. Office and residence in L.imkin'8 new building, opposite Njitunal Exchango Dank. Dr. &. C. D&'EriSIOlT, OFFICE AND WESIDKNCi. Cor McUarty & Jefferson St. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. (Mice hours 3 to'.) a. m., 1 to 2 P m M. .Ian.lO-lv. -ir-v r "ttt (SUCCESSORS T MKj. BEKttL,) JRUGSISTSMD APOTHECARIES HIGH STREET, uEFFERSOX CITT. M Ii. G. BMtKOW, ((Formerly of Macon City. Mo.) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR JJJFFERSOe; CITY, MISSOURI. OFFICJ5 117 HIGH ST. OVER U. S. EXPRES...

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 December 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29. IS7f. , Eight nnd a half million voter .In the United States. Fires horu and there about this counti-v 8 arc alarmingly numerous. (, Congress is doing I ii ties lor the practical good ot the country, apparently. (Jen. Logan's chances lor rneVetion to the United State. are regarded a sale. Heavens! What a country. In a lew days we will have a grand exhibition n' every body's private business will) tin telegriinh. Governor Hayes is the choice i.f tl,. Northern Slates lor President ly a p.ipu lar majority of 25(5,780, over (iovernor Tilden. Pity we can't have a settlement et po litical questions ut once. It would ivo a blessing to the business ot i!ie entire counlrj . The Democracy still insist that Haves shall not have a single Southern Kleelor.il vote. And why should he? Thats the question. W hy whould he ? we repeat. What is to be done lor cilices tor the numerous patriots ot tho Democratic par ty we wonder. It is a vexatius question. Settled ...

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 December 1876

V V PEDAGOGICAL. THE 8TATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Fifteenth Axkcal Meeting. Delightful tank I to rear the tender thought. To teach the young Idea how to shoot. James Thomson, ( A largo number ot the people engsged In the School work of Mitouri. In the public schools, we believe, met In the city yesterday, to bold the Fifteenth Annnal Meeting of their Association. The United States Court Itoom comraodiouL, airy and comfortable, was kindly set apart for their use. One of the most interesting font ares of the Association wits the display of the "School work of Missouri'' that was exhibited at the Centennial, recently returned from Philadel phia to Dr. Shannon. Superintendent of Pub lic Schools. In wlmt this consists has been too frequently described to nerd repetition here. The specimens of the school work were scat tered about the large tables and were examin ed by every one with great interest- The "Kindergarten" peclmens were Ihe most cu rious, particularly to people from the rural ff...

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 December 1876

rt The State Journal. FRIDAYTbECEMBER 2!. 1876. Local News. Mild. f Hazy. White- frosts. Amateur Santas. Gold continues on the drop. Mighty nico times at tlie mites. Hobby horses, sled and sieb. Truth needs no color; beauty no pencil. An empty purse fill tlio face with wrinkle. What rollicking times are ahead for the next few days. What m the world is a 'Tlianton Parly?'' A party of Blunts? Haiti is great! v needed. The private cisterns lire nearly all empty. What a world if mystery there is in every domestic circle just now? The population of l'ettis cour ty according to the late census is 23,170. The season o( extravagant freight rates has again arrived to the racific road. A large gang of convicts arc at work getting Ice out ol the Missouri, opposite the prison. And now the eratie, flrey orb that roamed athwart the sky last Thursday night, is finally fixed out as a harbinger ot war. The necessity of a good commodious yrain warehouse in this cltv convenient the river and railroad ...

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 December 1876

.. .. I ,'!. '.- .1 !, ,, ,1 i .1 ' .-. it i I ,1 j t-f !' i iv v '1 i es he th iid n No rue tile J ot icn on t t wi aid ora Lis be VlTTTYlV'9 rTlTRTM AS firFT. BY RT1IEL LYNX. Honest Farmer Blow by his fireside sat, With his pipe alight, and his sleepy cat, As he watched how dnyllght and night would weavo, In the twilight dim of the Christmas-eye, On the othar side, In tho old arm-chair Ruddy firelight shone on the silver hair Of the faithful wife, who, for forty years, Through the vale had shared all his hopes and fears. Apart, with hct faoo to the window-pane. Looking out, adown, and beyond the lune, Stood a girlish figure, so round and trim, While her white hands circled a shaded rim, Close about her lace to tho darkness bent With the breathless go2o of a thought intent. Looking cutward long, tiil the ruthless dark Showed nuught but tho firelight's fitful spark. Then she turned at last, with a weary pace, And crept to her chair in its wonted place; But her littlo face glimmered,...

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 December 1876

I "What!" ttld brother Miller. "Humanitarian tendencies!" rciponded tlm Doctor. Such an exprenslon w ridiculous. As a punUhnient for the Doctor's uncharl tabid reference to the nawspipers, we only with that : he was made with the nerrea of a newspaper man. and was compelled to write for a dally press, under the common pressure of 1.000,00,000,00I000 pounds to the square inch, -with the "devil", behind him with a sharp stick, punching him up, and shoutln copy at him witli a voice like the roar of an exasperated1 Jackass, Ho would then know how It is himself, and not indulte his fero cious criticisms any more. The relation of the independent College to the system ot State Schools, was tho subject of an elaborate essay by Pres. N. J. Morrison of Springfield. The Inde pendent College was essential to the pre servation of the muni and religious tone ot society. This appeared a prominent idea in the essay, which was a finished production, lull of rich, ripe thought. The essay called out D...

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 December 1876

i (Concluded from sixth pago.) num. while in Indiana it is $15.00. The average wages ot male teachers in Mis souri per month are $38.00. while In Ohio they are $60.00 per month. This shows the estimation in which education is held in these states. It clearly shows on the one hand that the people regard the train ing and culture of their children of more impottance than the raising ot stock, or the plowing of cora. On the other hand it just as unraistaka tlyshows that the people think that if an individual knows enough to keep a mulo between two rows of corn and the culti vator right side up, he is fit to teach school. This narrow gauge policy ot economy, has borne.its legitimate fruits in this aud many other states. The teacher who is not worth more than $38.00 per month is not worth any thing. The laet is that the men of the present generation are mere pigmies, to what they might have been, had they received the proper training in their youth. There are men on every hand who leel t...

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 December 1876

t, : 1 "u miemwdar and" Wr.r ;...' I' ' "'.'."', ,-.,-. --m.-- ,. r , rc-ln 1 1 it; CHRISTMAS. Tub American, 'av of OusEKmo-xK """ DAT SOMF.THINO ABOUT HOLIDAT PRESENTS. ' '. .' ' ' ' ... .... i r ,' '.IT llo : ' , The custom of giving presents on Christmas was imported to this Country lrom England and Germany. Liko a Rood . many other imported customs, we never exactly know what to do with it, and it is a. question if the custom, has not resulted in more harm than good. - We havo not ' vet learned haw to keep Christmas in this country, and it to., very doubtful it we "ever will. In New. England the day is hardlv celebrated at all except by the comparatively tew Catholics and Episco palians. In the Southern States the day : is set apart for coon-huntinp. horse-racing, and playing whisky-poker. It is im ported that an Indian once camo into a Southern Irontiev town on a Christmas morning with seme furs which ho wished to exchange lor fire water. Seeing all , the places ol business clo...

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. — 5 January 1877

Journal. he VOL.. 5. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. 1877. SO. 2 State J. WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published E?ory Fridav 13 N, C. BURCII. Trm of Subscription t Single copies, per yeai Clubs of ten per year Clubs of twenty, per year..., INVAUIAHLY IN ADVANCE. 91,60 1,25 1,00 HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE 'GENT, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS eion, Tay Taxes, Redeem Land Sold for Taxes, Trocure Patents. Ortiee over White Janvier's stor. TIif?h Stree dec.27 72lif sioian & Surgeon. 87 Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap25-lv. Dr. A. G. 23ATTISOIT, OFFICE AXt RESIDENCE, Cor McCarty & Jefferson St. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours 8 toll IP. M. Jan.M-lv. a. M. 1 to 2 p M. N. DE W Y L, (SUCCESSORS TC "MRS. BERRL) DRUGGISTS AKD APOTHECARIES HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY MO. li. a. BAJMtOW. (Formerly of Macon City. Mo.) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR, JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI OFFICE 117 HIGH ST. OVER U. 8.EXPKRSS. AKD CHICAG...

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. — 5 January 1877

jCho State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. IH-77. Wc h i ve delayed issuing this numltcr ot weekly in cuilcr to irivo readers tho points i the Governor'... lupfii.'o. Tin; Legislative mills of ( lit; ei untry are now nearly sill grinding. The new constitution is much morn Unjo)ul;ir with tin- "ins" than tin: "nuts" The Legislature it fairly organized, A lew more lormalitie and work will com mcnce. The :t;XIV-.:,it:' 111 ('ill,-. ijii's iuentii-.: Mini lllX, Stale :ti. cit for the support oi j i i - lie whooK is OK,. .9. An io-iri il n-; n -i t to tii" completion of Bill lor a 1.4 .v is tii:it. it. !),. or nti'tl. This is important to lite I'i i i;t v. The Get era) Asm iiilily lias I'miy iwo 11 vmlilican ictnibers ol tiic 1!ium' anil Six ol tin: '-iMiate loi'lv eisihtin all Tho A-itabula horror increases in pro portion as the details arrive. One hun dred kiiied, ninety live wounded. Only live escaping uninjured. Its curious to oinerve wi;n what readi ness the Democracy jump their constit...

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. — 5 January 1877

If 1 The Editor return tho Kepublican caucus of Weck'ettfay, 'jis lert'elt n(" knowled gementi tor the honor ot being named by them lor Chief Clerk of the Hcmse. With the assistance ot n reliable returning board, be considers bis chances ol election good. Coukection : The Jefferson City cor respondent of the St. Louis Times and Kausas City Times docs grievous injustice to Mr. Eitxen, of Gasconade, and Mr. Todd, ot Miller, by stating that they havo signified their purpose to vote lor a Dem ocratic caucus resolution declaring Til Jon's election an J demanding his inaug uration. They havo dono no such thine, and have no thought of such a thing, and they are very indignant nt the attempt to libel them in such manner. The eflorts ot the Democrats of the Leg islature to set an example tor Congress to tollow in counting the electoral vote and declf ring the result, by their courso in joint session to nitness the publication of the vote lor Slate officers as directed by tho constitution, we...

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. — 5 January 1877

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. 1877. Local News. Mad. Clear. Drunk. Disgusted. Rain needed. Dot lectio game. r. iJIv bull-dozed. 'Get up and nil." Beautifully bmted. Democratic bummers. Bridged tho Missouri. Sunny on the South side. Beaten and bound Tor home. "Tight"' ! he river, we mean. A eaiidinutcN motto -"There's mony n schlip." A (i.".'.0 lire occurred In S Louis i'riduy ulght. There are lieople. who, like new song, are in vogue only f.ir a time. Miss Fanny Moore, who lias been very iil, in now pronounced out of danger. Tho St. Louis selicuiB and charter war has been transferred to Cole county. Though the year has been full of sorrow, there has been much to cheer as well. My. Eusly, member from Linn, broke through tire lee tourtimcs in crossing the river Monday. The Governor does not expect to deliver bis message before Friday. It will be necessarily long, We would mggest that there Is no statute against any one's being a candidate lor office if he or she likes. ' The M...

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. — 5 January 1877

THE' SIGHT COMETH. Cometh tho night wherein no man may labor, Therefb-e we wotk while yet the day is light ; To thes, to me, to foemcn, friend and neighbor Cometh the night the night. Toll on-toll on, nor dally with tho morning. Sweet syren emiehlug In a thousand auares. Faithless she flies-scanty and brief her warn ing Leaylng thee unaware. Then am'rous breath of noon will tempt to pleasure, And ease and ivM, until the beat be past; Arise, and work t We have no time Or lelsuro Whose sky Is overcast. Aye, overcast, Tho' mom bo sweet and pleas . ant, And later noon shall offt r fresh delight. He surely sees who looks beyond the present. The shadow of the night. Terrible night to those with task half ended, Who revel careless thro' the rosy hours ; Leaylng tho corn, the goodly corn, untended, To gather in the flow'rs : Which close, or drnop, or die when eve advances, Andlo. the Borry harvest withctcd lies; And phantoms of lost hope.1 lost time lost chances Out of the gloom arise. ot s...

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. — 5 January 1877

XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SENATE MORNING SESSION. Tni'USDAY, January 4, 1877. Prayer bv llev, Gillium.of Grace (Episcopal) Church. All Senator present, except Mr. Hudson. Senators Newberry ami Wallace appeared and took the ciith of office, administered by Hon. G. W. Miller, of Uio Cole Circuit Court. Journal of jenterday read und approved, On resolution of Senator Edwards, seconded by Senator Parsons, the Senate proceeded to the election of officers. Kilt 1HKI1KNT IKO TEM. Senator Young pluced in noniinalion Senator T. J. O. Morrisson, of New Madrid, p Senator Burkholder pluced in nomination Senator ivpe. of St, Louis. The roll wus called and Senator Morrisson received 2S votes, Senator Puiie fi. SenatorMnrrissondeclatedduly elected Pres ideut pro tem, by the President of the Senate. Foil 8KCHKTARY. Senator Terry placid in iioininition Dan. Abh, of St. Louis, supporting tho nomination in a very neat speech, as a promotion truly de served. Mr. Able receiving the votes of all the Sena ...

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. — 5 January 1877

(Continued from sixth page.) question whether , the preiciH session of tho OenerHl Assembly1 should Uddcrtake the work of re-rising tho laws of the State and of con forming thorn to the Constitution, or whether a committee on Revision should be appointed to do such work, and report to the next session of thr General Assembly. ' - Senator Ruby called for the second reading of the resolution. The resolution boing In Its nature concur, rent. Senator Perkins raised the point of order that, under the constitution, tho resolution must lie over for a second reading to-morrow. A lengthy discussion followed, in which nearly nil the Senators participated. The chutr held that 'ho potnt was well taken, and, on an appeal, the decision of tho chair was sustained by a vote of 21 ayes to 0 nays. Senator Murray, of Tike, offered a resolu tion, covering the smne points, in which the concurrence of the House is not asked. As the question on the appeal was pending nt the time, resolution was decided ou...

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. — 5 January 1877

i i IN MISS FLUTTER-ME-JIGG'S CHAM- - i ; ber., i ; ' . I overheard them talking it orer the Voices which begin to speak in a room the moment It is deserted by human be ings. Little Flutter-ino jigg had just gone, slammng the door, and declaring her room to oe "the liatclalest, dingiest old place the ever did see!1' A big echo started ud indignantly. 'Ever see P Ever see P" "I have," said the canary. "I seo plain as day, "I can't and I won't sing in a dusty cage and no sugar. That's why she don't like me !" "And I see." said the Roso in the vase. "I've eaten of this water till I'm death sick lor a change ot diet. Of course I'm dull. That's why she don't like me !" "So'm I," spit the fire. "She never gives me a friendly spoke. That's why she don't like me I" "She despises us," said tho cushions, low-spirited, "when we simply want a shaking up, and we'd be light as anybody. That why she don't like us !" "She never thinks ot straightening us," said the Table covers, "so of course she d...

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. — 12 January 1877

o VOL. 5. JEFFERSON CITY. MO- FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1877. 2sO. 3 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday BY N. C. BURCH. Term nt Subscription! Slnglecoptes. per yeai .. fl,60 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. HENRY NITCHY I REAL ESTATE 'SENT, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS 'ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem laud Sold for Taxes, Procure Tatenls. Ac, Office over White Jmnviei". store, High Street dcc.27 72bf 3DR. J2TO. BAT7F.B., physioiaii & Surgeon. Cr Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange 'Bank. fap2fi-lv. Dr.A. C.-S&7ZSOXT, OFFfOE JtN'D RESIDEN'Ch, Cor McOarty & Jefferson St. JEFFERSON -CITY, MO. Office hours 8o9 a. m., 1 to 3 P. M. P. M. Jan.io-tv. N. DE WYL, (SUCCESSORS T MRS. BERRl.) DRUGGISTS ARB APOTHECARIES HIGH STREET, gt'grFERSON CITY HM. K, G. m A.RROW. (FoPBierly; of Macon City. Mo.) I ATTORNEY A ISO COUNSELtOR JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOtJEl. OFTttCE 1117 HIGH 8T, OVER U...

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. — 12 January 1877

Tho State Journal. Kill DAY. JANUARY 12. 1877. Is this a revising session or what 18 it ? In our opinion it is. j ?...' The Iriond-i d a liiir count are net only hopeful but confident. it - - : , Thrt balance on hard in thet (Kevefue Fund on the First ot January was $131. 628. .M). .... , ) :Nolher arbitration remains ;'tr tho settlement of disputed questions ii. Louisi ana thati that ot arms. ': Snr.at. A'.mey is looking out tor tin welfare oi t'iu School Fuuds and ihc pun shtiT1!'.: i'f U'-nrv. The Gem ml Assembly ha been strug gling manliilly lor several d.iy in the vain endeavor to discover the iiiscruialjle pur pose i! v:i made for. The MiKiis returns show a remarkable tallii-g otl' in the populathr.i ol .some Ooiintie iu the Slate ',niv the census of '70. V.uait'iliiit's will has been probated. Of t;i ( $10,000,000 devised and bequeath ed none of it rime thN way. Vv'e fear that Cornelius overlooked his poor rela tions out west We move an amendment that tho ex tra compensation ...

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. — 12 January 1877

LOVE'S ICY DREAM. Detroit Free i'ress: The olhor evening as a pationt policeman was pacing1 his beat on lioward tmet a y oung man pass ad him and i nn up a flight 1 stone steps and rang the bell. The vfficor heard the door open, a young lady's vpico sing out, and ho said to himself! .:,' "Tis love's young dream." ;. IIo was just moving on when another youns man approached, looked tip at the house, and In a sheepish way asked llio officer it ho had seen any one go in. He was informed ot what had occurred a moment before, and he gasped: 'It was that sneaking chap irom Cass avenue P ' ' Ilo walked on, and the officer walked, but ten minutes later the young man climbed the suae steps with a pail of wa ter in his hand and emptied its contents oyer every stone. lie was sitting on the horse-block opposite as the ollicer came back, meaning to stay there until his plan unfolded or until he froze to death, lie didn't freeze. In about ten minutes the door opposite opened, two voices wore heard...

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. — 12 January 1877

Tho State Journal. FRIDAY. JANUARY 12. 1877. XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SENATE-MORNING SESSION. Monday. Jin., 8, 1877. President laid before the Senate communi cation from the Governor, that the report of Prut. C. P- Williams, acting State Geologist, of the surveys of 1373-0 had been received and de posited, with strict Injnnutions of secrecy a to its contents. In the office of the Secretary ot State, and advising that the publication of the same be authorized, at the public demand lor the inlorniatlon it is supposed to contain Is very great. L iiil in the table. Also n coiuinuni'-ution laying before tho Annate at tho reqitPt ol the Seeretury of War. the draft of a bill itittntint Jurisdiction to the United States over tho territory embraced in the national cemeteries of Jeltcrsou City and Sprincfleld.Mo Laid cn the table. Also, the report of the Centennial Comrals sioners of the State, by Thos. Allen, their President. Laid on the t:iblo, Recess till 11 o'clock. Culled to order and a ...

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