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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 23 March 1877

A SONG OF TilE GARDEN. Slow the lily on her stalk Nods acro-s the garden walk. Oh I show her 1 Oh, I know hert Onc I kissed the bud to bloom. The eve of all t''8 world may see A lily's brow shine loftily. A lily's heart has holy room, But ce may kiss the bud to blooM. Shall I tell you what I saw? Is there any code or law That has chid mo Or forbid me? But my lips arc sealed fast. Whan the twilight dawns like day, When November laughs tike May, When Love's miracle has passed. Tircn the lips are sealed fast. A lily stepping on her stalk Stately down the gardea walk Though you a-k her, Though you task her, That is all that you will see Tcu will sever, never know. She will die, hut never show To the eyes with which you see The woman's soul revealed to rue, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, In Harper's Maga line for April Local Xews. News scaree. O'Day looked well trimmed la green. The Legislature will adjourn about the 3rd of May, Some men were born to look "sour" or oross wise. Mayor Chappell w...

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. — 23 March 1877

XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMB' SENATE MORNING SESSION. 'Senator Wilson, from tho Commlttco on 'Criminal Jurisprudence reported favorably on 6enate bill to regulate tho inspector of liquor, etc. . Ordered engrossed. Scuator Thompson, from the Committee on judiciary reported favorably on II. B. 224. au thorizing the county courts to fill vacancy in office of county Surveyor. Passed. Senator Major Introduced a bill to provide lor stated terms of circuit courts to try crimi nal cases. The impropriation bill was taken up and considered in Committee of the whole, amended, reported back to tho Fenato with amendments which were agreed to. AFTERNOON SESSION. The appropriation bill ns amended. Pushed Bill suspending the sale oi lauds for taxes in aSTI-8. Passed. Bill to allow towns, cities mid compromise indebtedness. BUI concerning special Judges. Ordered engrossed. Pending discussion on bill giving circuit courts power to remove officers of corporations. Adjourned. . HOUSE MOUSING SESSION. A petiti...

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. — 23 March 1877

t ;i. i 3 POROUS PLASTERS. ET-Ask lor ALLCOCK'S, and obtain thorn, nnd so avoid miserable LIMITA TIONS. B, BRANDRKTII. Trs't. Office, 294 Canal St, New York, decl-wdms. Local News. . WearlsSeayT We bide our time. There is a million in it. 'Only a million" Burns' lament. U. S. Marshal V. M. Smith camo dow yes terday. Ex-Got Sllae Woodson was in the city yes terday. BenJ. F. Hammctt of Randolph Co. has been appointed tobacco inspector. We learn that Miss Mollie Hongh died in St. Louis yesterday. St. Joseph would bo a fino joint for the James boys just nnw. There are 30 Senate amendment to the appro priation bill. Are you quite certain the next & Senator will be a Bourbon Drinkers. Do you think "Jim" will "tote far" lh that Senatorial arrangements. Dou't trouble yourselves about the Senator gentlemen. There is many a slip, &c. Who bandied the chair so carelessly yester day that it fell on a State Senators head. What became of that editorial which wasn't published in the "offici...

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. — 23 March 1877

A Complete Pictorial History of tho Times." Tim best, cheapest, ami most success ful family Paper In the Union." Harper's Weekly ILLUSTRATED. Notices of the Press. Harper's Weekly should bo In every lamlly throughout the luncl. us n purer, more Interest ing, higher-toned, betU-r-illnstraled paper is not published In this or any oilier country. Commercial Bulletin, Host on. Tho Weekly Is the only ilinstrnteil pnner of the (lay that in its essential eharacterlHf les is recognized as a national paper, Brooklyn Jaglo. The leading articles in Harper's Weekly on political topics are models of high-toned dis cussion, nnd its pictorial illustrations are of ten corroborative argument ot no smiitl force . Kxamtner and Chronicle, N, Y. The Weekly has toa still larger degree dis tanced all competitors as an illustrated news, paper. Its editorials are among the most able of their kind, and its other reading matter is at onee learned, brilliant, and amusing. Its il lustrations are abundant and 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. — 30 March 1877

Journal. 1 tie VOL. 5. JEFFERSON CITY, MO.; FRIDAY, MARCH 30, .1877. JSC. M -f t V WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, 1!Y N. C. BURCII. Terms of Stiliwrlirtlon : Sinjjlcciptes. per yciit Clubs of ten per year Clubs or twenty, per year INVAIUAKLY IN ADVANCE. 1,25 1,00 HEMHY HITCHY . REL TATE ,BE?3T, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. -r-TTVS An SF.T.T.S LANDS ON COMMTS- T sion. Pav Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patent. &c. ' Offlco over White Jauvier's store. Ilis;n rcct dcc..27 72hf. "Physician & Surgeon. (P?Offico and residence in Larrikin's new building, opposite xViuonai Exchange Bank. fap25-lY, OFFICE AND UteSIDEXCfc, Cor McCarty & Jefferson St. JEFFERSON CITY, MO Office hours S to!) P. M. a. m. 1 to 2 r M. Jan .10-1. v. Y ju (successors t( mks. berrd OBUGOISTS AID AFOTHE JARIE 5 HIGH STKEKT, JEFFERSON CITY MO N. C. BUllCH, Att'y at Law O. G. BUKCH uiid Cm vnnc Notary Pub, IT. C BURCH & BEO. Eeal Estate Agents JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUY AND SELL LAMPS ON COM MIS sion, Puv Taxes, ...

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. — 30 March 1877

The State Journal' ' FKIDAY. MARCH 80, 1877. Senator N. O. Hudson, ot St. Louis, reappenred in Ms seat yesterday after noon and wns warmly greeted by hit Brother Senators. Tho readers of the Jovhnal neod not bo informed that Mr. Hudson is tho Independent candidate for Mayor of tho city which ho so ably re presents in tho General Assembly. Ho fa ii staunch Republican, yet a man of lib eral and progressive vicws.nnd would con duct the municipal affairs of SI. Louis, should he be electod, in a manner credit able nliko to himself and Missouri's great metropolis. Wood "effects. One ot th3 many good effects ot the election of Hayes is the rapidity with which the Secretary of tho Treasury has since disposed ot the 4 1-2 per cent bonds. Since the presidential contest was decid ed $30,000,000 of 6 per. cents have been called in, to be paid off with th'i proceeds Ot an equal amount ot 4 1-2 per. cents sold. This reduces tho interest $450,000 annually. A reduction ot taxation at this rate per ...

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. — 30 March 1877

t MISSOURI LEGISLATURE. . REPRESENTATIVES awd Smutors Elbct OOtTSTIBS. DBMOCBAT8. BRrtTM.TCAltS. Adair S M IMokler Andrew A Dobba Atchison OTSnow Audrain DH Molntyre Harry J MKlng Barton Ed Bv.Uer Bates... J II Sullen ' Benton HiilHncror Win BelTV . . . .T OjChapman Boone?. W R W Unite . Iiucb.au an U M Sutherland. E A Donolan . W Swell Butler ' M Lawson Caldwell Dan I'roctor Callaway, Wm Harrison Camden..'. G W LMitehcll C Girardeau. H Pnvis ..... Carroll 0 F Kant Carter FM Column :. Cans J V Brookhart Cedar D H uonnaway Charlton 0 Hammond Christian wm Gardner Clark N F Givenu Clay J E Lincoln Clinton G W Davis Cole AW Ewtng Cooper Ben Tompkins Crawford N Jones Dade , .JA Henderson Dallas J Southard Daviess ..E W Pnyne DeKalb OA Atterbury Dent LBWoocisiue Douglass A Garrison Dunklin D Rice Franklin G O HrademanF V l'ehlo Gasconade CD Eitzcn Gentry DUannaway Greene 8 WHeadlee J E Smith Grundy PEStepp Harrison Jas P B rower Henry W T Thornton Hickory .WL Snidow Holt II L) Marklanrl H...

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. — 30 March 1877

XXiXTH 6ENER&L ASSEMBLY. nous n moux i x ( i s i :s.s ; ox. Friday. Mm-li 23. Messrs. Dryd'Mi r.nd ','' :i liln tni iro-ctitrl prll'. ions on' cnn'i::: -mi ihctlon in St. Louis comity. Mr. Dacus; a Jolrt reolutloii for committer to cnnrfl onri ;i1ti bonds. rtc In treasury. hills introduced. Mr. Johnso:: of S;. Louis: three bills defin ing the dnti' "' o" the Auditor, Rc rrrtary nrStatc :d Attorm y General as to reports, r tc. Mr. Miller; amendatory of :nd repeal of Sc. 17 of law relut inn to Watson Seminary. Mr. Sutherland: of exocuton and Adminis trators. REPORTS OK STANDING COMMUTEKS. Mr. GoiNcha'k from committee on St. Louis D''l iriitiuii, allowlne por-ous not reisi?red to file affidavit and voir1. O'drrd engrossed. Mr. Dnne'an from committee on B & S In titutinns; regilating the praeiii'tt of medicine nd sunrery. Mr. Wells ol riatte, from committee on Ways and Mean?: fir 'lie assessment of In idjres cross ing ri ers which are dividing linns between Of' tin lie" and Stnt...

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. — 30 March 1877

V i 1 1) it K 9. V 4 4t K THREE WORDS OF S TUfiNGfTOi There urn three lotwiiii I would write Three words ni with a burnlns piin, , In tracings of iternal light . ' Upon the hearts of men. Have hope. Though clouds environ now And gladnesOilde her face in neon), Tut thou the- shadow from thy brow ; fc No night but nath its worn. . IlaTe faitfu Where'er thy bark Is driven The calm's disport, the tempest's mirth Enow this God rules the Lost of heaven, . Th' inhabitants of earth. Ilsve love. Not love alono for one, But man, as man, thy brothers call, And scatter like the circling sun, Th charities on all. Thus grave these lessons on thy soul Hope, Faith, and Love and thou shalt find Strength when life's surges rudest roll, Light when, thou elso wert blind. Schiller. Iiocal News. , Keep the peace. arter has a loud cull. "Sweet gentle spring." Lots of "doings" this week. "White man very uncertain. March weather Marching orders, Vtghtv bad weather for colds. Now is the winter of ourjdiseont...

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. — 30 March 1877

XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SENATE MORNING SESSION. March 27. The 8eaate met and passed the II B author izing the fundiugjof existing Indebtedness by ehool boards etc. Also the 8enate bill classifying the cities un der the new constitution. In executive session Mr, ReJfe was confirmed insurance commissioner by a vote of 23 to 8. HOUSE-MORNING SESSION. Mr, Fehle presented another protect from oitizensof Franklin county. Mr. Campbell; a memorial for amendment to the landlord and tenant act. Mr. Ziegenbeim was added to the Committee n Bamks and Corporations' BILLS INTRODUCED. Mr. Chapman : coucerning dramshops. Mj. Brown of Lincoln: to provide for pub' llcatton ot court ef appeals decisions. Mr. Wight. providing for the tedemptioa ot property frera sale under deeds of trust and mortgages. Mr. Evans: regulating the sale of liquor by druggists. Senate resolutions raising a eommittee to de stfoy the wolf scalp certificates. Passed. Reports were made from the committee on Judiciary favorably ...

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. — 30 March 1877

I' ALLCOCK'S PORODS PLASTERS. CyAsk for ALLCOCK'S, and obtain them, and bo avoid miserable LIMITA TIONS. B. BRANDRBTH. Prs't. Office, 294 Canal St, New York. decl-w3ros. Local News. Nice, Qood Friday. March almost gone . Let the best man win. O'Neill Is a trump. The sky is clearing. The weather la peeuliar. Fraud" still pegging away, Men will lie and swear to It. Fraud won't win always. Kitchens are not always'clean. Anjoouy birucK vy uguming yei i There is a day of reckoning coming. Another row on tho eornor yesterday, The appropriation bill will soon be a law. It is an ill wlad that blows nobody any good. The Fishermen are numerous .The Cearter des ditto. The road bill was ordered to engrossment yesterday. Three new bankruptcy cases. See marshal's notice. The building season is commencing in good earnest. The representatlre of Pettis is a sort of "dog in the manger." Let us have a few manly speeches to-day and more manly votes. One goes and another comes. See our announcement colu...

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. — 30 March 1877

'A. Complete PlotorlM History of the Times." 'Tim best, cheapest, mi l most success nil Faintly Taper In tho Cnlon." Harper's Weekly ILLUSTIJATKI). Notices of the Press. Harper's Weekly should be In cvcrv family throughout t lie liiixl. us u purer. more" Interest ing, higher-toned, hi tt r-i!liist rated paper is not published in tills nnv other country. Coniniereiii! Itnllctiti, Iloston. Tho Weekly Is the only illustrated pmier ot the lny that in its essential f-hnracterMicft is recognized ns u lmtluiii'.l paper. Urooklyn .Eagle. Tho lending articles In Harper's Weekly on political topic are tnodcln of high-toned (lis. cushion, niil its pictorial illustration nre of ten corroborative argument ot no small force . Examiner nml Chronicle. ', V. The Weekly has ton s'ill larger degree dis tanced all competitors as nn illiiNtritted news, paper. Its editorials nre among the most able of their kind, and its other rending matter is ut once learned, brilliant, and uinuieiiu. Its ib lustration...

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 April 1877

J ourna ; JL I! VOL. 5. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1877. ;r,n M IV lo WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, : .Published. Every Fri&av MY N. C. 'BURCII.' Turing of Subscription: Single coiile1?. per yeai Clubs of ten per year Clubs of twenty, per year INVAKIAM.Y IN ATlVAXCK. Si, co 1,25 1,00 HEMJ&Y HITCMY. REAL ESTATE GENT, ,' JEFF ERSOX CITY, MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS slon, Tay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac OlHeo over "White Janvier's store. Iliah jeet doe .27 7Uhf , sician & Surgeon. "Office and residence in Lamkin'a new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. Jjr. A2m. W. AJ. U KSW. OFFICE AND KESIDEXCh, Cor McOarty & JeiTersoii Si. JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hourf S to9 a. m, l'.to 2 p. m. P. M. Jan.iu-lv. N . DE W Y L , (SUCCESSORS T( MIIS. BKUKI.) grosoists m apgtr i A J HIGH STREET, JEFFEttSOX CITY MO. 1?. G. BA.KROV. (Formerly of Macon City. Mo.) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. OFFICE 117 HIGH ST. OVEIS U. 8....

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 April 1877

The Stato Journal. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1S77. wnuw w ivmrum jk'jiil 1 umq wiwtroww mine We do not know how the'makr rs ol the new c institution are satisfied with it working, but t!uy have not rmn such its to uommmd Ut those who ttti no ham! in its eonv.ruotion. It wai an at tempt li prescribe lor t.lm peoj.ia of a largo sin'e, ot great ilivtirslty ot popula tion and i nl rt-st,. :i complete schedule of civil polity lrom which there must bo no deviation. It was an attempt to make tho people ol all parts of a State f very unequal wants ami inclinations, conform to the same details in their local govern ments. It3 makers attempted to 'ay dewn tho pattern mid size ot a jacket that eould bo worn by everyone no matter what his shape or bulk. Their idea was that man must litjhimself t his bedstead. In stead ot procuring a bedstead ti lit him self. Now people separated by two huadred miles o! distance, a:id made up by mi gration from points separated by proba bly two thousand mile ot distance,...

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 April 1877

MISSOURI LEGISLATURE. RKPRE8KNTAT1VHS AMD SltMATORS ELKCT COJ.VTIKS. Adiur Andrew DEMOCRATS. RFrtTRMCAsS. O 11 1 ICKiUl ...A Dobbs Atchison C V Snow . A lid ml ii DII Mclntvre . Harry JM King Jiarton... Kti Hniier lifting .1 II Sullcns Benton TC.Cliapintin BolliiiKiii' Win Kerry Boone, W It Wilhtto lluchui.an JM Sutherland K A Honcliui V 8 Wells Butler t'MLiuvHou Caldwell Dun rroctor Cullnwiiyr Win Harrison Cnmuen U W LMitchell O Utinr.leau . . . 1 . 1 1 uv i s Carroll C Y Fnnt Cnrtor FMGolinnn : Cass J b' lirooklmrt Oi'ilar I) H Conn.iway Chariton C Hammond Cluisiiaii win (iardnur Clark N F Glvcim Clay J K Lincoln Clinton U W Davis Coin A W ENving Cooper BenJ Tompkins Crawford N Jones Dado J A Henderson Pallas .) southard Daviess K W Pay no DcKnlb U A Attcibnry Dent .LB Wooiisuia Donchiss .....A Garrison Punk I in I) Rice Franklin i O JlrsiletnanF V Pehle Gasconade 0 D Ellzcn nntry D Ciunnwny Greene 8 WHcadlee J K ssmttli . Grundy I K Stcpp Harrison Jus P Hrower Henry XV T Thornton...

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 April 1877

XXiXTH G SSS1H3LY. 1 . s at r. m o i: :c i x ci s ; s s I o n . s. r. 2 p. in. Sju:-. :ilo a -;t in' oub: to: Apr. I 5 vror:;'n-; tonviets in Cm' So;r:'o'.' i IVn n.ga'ns: II gino 0"-.'. S 'ii f-r Jiiri-;i:i Wit! Hi.: S. in,-: , pre sen' fy; I i; 'i in relation ngaiii-t iy ceunty. cd h remonstrance -. n-t'ir: ol st-v.m en- Vtin-' S.iUi" io. Same lo. :-i in rcpcrti' r 'VVii- 'ii ' !cii'i! ri'p ::-!clit : II T) 1! 1! i. II r, !.! :. S H iVM. s li ir.. :ii Committee on Criminal .r-.-r-l Ai;rer Rep-.: RP:1 1 invorab'y on II, B. 0 ; 1 to. rt H'.irrc.l to. vt n;Trorl to. I i.l (-IIJl'O.K.'ll. s.lll :iilllU'' 'r.elidinell! s. A::ivtd imtui:!"!' on .J i n J t i ; r v .iai: I.:;- 11.1 and I t!) mi !, Louis eatMII collec- . r. 1TI for th Agreed to. CoM-.iniiti':' on Banks !v to S I! ('! regulating cntn'ttee o:i Jndi- -r WL'h' !:!: I '!!'i:i!.' ''.: Agreed 'o. cn.it. t- C!:ii!joi': roporu '1 :i ni'SM'.1.!'-' f tV:i s;-pjvi! t ix lii!!. Sci'iitor The !:im Ire Will C'orp.'r;!'io:i adver--. anlcs...

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 April 1877

, More law suits. "Mind your even." "So allusions to .Illusions. Lale hours lato headaches. Some very dark scandals are afloat. The Governoi has" pardoned Bethel C. Alex antler, tlio merchant of St. Louis, recently ton vlcted ol forgery. There were severa 1 n.c nihe rs of the House who seemed to think th Oovernor wiik not much of a lawyer after nil. We learn that us the result ofthe passage of the appropriation bill cutting down the wages of the cl-rks lu the office of the Secretary ot State.the service!" of Mr. (Jordell have been dis pensed with, aud at this season of the year, when the law and ourua are to bo indexed nnd prepared for tho printer and at u time when the full force Is insufllcient to perform the labor required, still another clerk will have to be discharged in cane tho bill now pending Is adopted. This is false economy. Retrench, but do not commence with the department clerics, wbe etru their waes twice over. The official reporter of the House has pur chased a ticket...

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 April 1877

i '. J' XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. SEXATE-MoKNINO SESSION. Sen. Phclaii from committee on bank iiml corporations submit toil a substitute Tor bill regulating c.tics of the first class. 8. B. Si, to legulatc tlio practice of mcdi clno aril nursery. Parsed. Senate bill 17-4. concerning deposition. "Passed. S. H. 1ST regulating the mode of submit tin constitutional! amendments. Passed. S. B. 2:it concernin'Z tle management of pub lic schools. Passed Sen. Wright from comuitlte mi claims reported favorably on II. B. to pay certain claims created by ml of Com'r. 1'. S. ( Passed. Senator Ruby reported from tlie commttti'C ou printing resolutions' for the printing of the proceedings of the House Hiid Senate. Passed. Sen. Morrison from committee on Ways and &eans reported back bill dispensing with serv ices of railroad commissioners secretary, mak ing no change in salary of officials. Mr. Perkins offered an amendment reducing the salaries so $2000, which was rejected and the report adopted...

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 April 1877

ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS, OAskfor ALLCOCK'S, and obtain thorn, find so avoid miserable LIMITA TIONS. II. BllANDRKTII. Fra't. Offlce, 294 Canal St, New York decl-v3m9. Local News. Clouds. Be not overwise. Tramps around'. Going, going, gone. Call and settle if you please. 'Venther and more of it, Look out for husty legislation now. Overstoltz in elected Mayor of St. Louis. The members are just a littlo bit dcinoia! ized. Hon. W. II. H. Russell went to St. Louis yesterday. Jefferson City will improve more than ever this year. All the important bills remuin to bo passed or left'over. Wi are always willing to receive any pay ments due to us. There will be a duel yet if the House keeps on this way. Found A. small masonic badge, Inquire at this office. Tweed tells all about his escape. It is quite ''romantic." Buffalo Bill combination Mondav night April 9. The State Entomologist has ceased to be a State institution. Miss Mattlurowell of Glassow, Mo., is vis ing with the family of Dr. A. M...

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 April 1877

. Jv.'.,Yn !.'. MMMMtllMiil!-telUtt'd!V&. A Complete Pictorial Til The best, ehrancxi. . if tin' Time..' i;. i i. o- hiipccss- in vhc I'nion." fill Kainily P.ipcr Harper's Weekly iLM'sncATi;i), Xi'tire the Press. Harper's Weekly should bo In eery family 1 liron uliont 1 lie Intel. :i u purer, move' Interest, ing, liiirlii-r-toned, lt -i t i-illiisti-nieil paper Ik not published in this n any other country. Coiiimerciti' Itullcttn, I'oston. The Weekly is the only illustrated pnnrr ol the (liiy that in II cssitil ml rlmiiictcrislics is recognlzid us u natloni'l paper, llroil;ln Lngle. The lending nrtie cs in Harper's Weekly on political topics lire models nt' high-tom it ills Mission, anil lis pietiiriiil tllusti nl ion lire of ti n corroboriit iv arirmm nt fit no sinallJoive . Kxiiiniiier ninl Chiouiclc. , Y. The. Weekly Ins ton s ill hnirrr ill -uvrv dis tanced all eoinpet i ors r.s an Illustrated news, paper, Its cilltm liils urn union:' the inot ul.le of their kind, and it ol ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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