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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 April 1877

BE STRONG, Oil HEART. :. . ' Tliere came a voice ta a vesper dream, r And It fell like a gentle song Mid the mellow cblmet of a mountaid stream, ' And this waa the Soul reviving theme Oh, weary heart.be strong? Be firm where the voice or duty cheers,. And staid as the rlgtless oak, . Give thou no heed to thy shrinking fears. But onward press throuah the vale of years. Bearing life's heavy yoke. Be strong In Faith 'tis an iron shield, ' That Khali guard tby spirit well ; ' With such a weapon of strength to wield, Thou en life's stormy battle field, Shall be invincible. Be strong lu IIofk 'lis a beacon's glare, . shall gladden tby weary eye, Shall lure thee upward from despair, Shall guide tby bark from the breaker's lair. When storms assail the sky. Be strong in Lovk it shall cheer thee long, And nerve thy arm with might; Be firm In the strite with hoary wrong Be staid in the cause of truth be strong In the love of-God and right. A CARCANET. BT R. II. STODDARD. Not what the chemists ...

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 April 1877

Tlffilfit State Journal. Fill 1TEID AY,1 APRIL 27, 1877. Tho Siwiaxtract from the Washington cor resparopondence of the Novr York Tribune, elscwlffinrhece, indicates pretty clearly tho earnMffiHStnss of the President in the asser tion titohisd'his Southern policy. It is certain ly tif thq;inugury of the dawn ot better timelines. The IllBifottowing from the St. Joe Gazette is anislhfftJlUstration ot what a strait the bour bon wncpapers are in lor characteristic edito rial yioltpatagraphs ; It thil the' United Status courts in Missouri had f&ral&&.960,000 they squandered in brib ing nnqiniBn to- vote and electioneer ior Re publjmblicauucongessmen hst fall, they would not mrtr now be compelled to suspend busi ness noiswor "want of money to pay jurors. The Than democratic papers are overjoyed that Utafcu7Wfed has squealed without iinpli atinffttffijfdTlldon. Why, bless your souls, the titalvrtUle. Oregon crowd squealed with out ioqtHonpUcating him. . It ia one ot tho pe culi...

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 April 1877

Th undersigned takes pleasure In advising the public, fnrmcra and others that they have purchased the Jefferson. City Agricultural Works Ilavlng made soino necessary repairs and em ployed experienced workmcn,we are now pre- pareu 10 ao an ALIi KINDS OF JOB WORK In our line. All orders will be filled promptly and satisfactorily. Wo have on hand a large stork of agricultural machine repairs, and our laciiiues ror repairing all kind or agricultural macniuery are complete. DALLMEYER & FISCHER. Proprietors Jefferson City Ag'l Works. aprzf-wti WARNINGS IN THE USE OP KEROSENE OIL. The Scientific American, In an article upon the car lull use of this susceptible illuminator, which, thought so generally used, is so fre queutly the cause of death to the person and destruction to property, concludes with the fol lowing words of sound advice: "1. Do not buy lamps in which the flame Is too near the body of the lamp. Kerosene can ascend In a long wick, and short wicks only tend to heat lamps a...

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 April 1877

Vi'V Plot r,nI ITItory of tho Times." iiir wbi, lin-upcsi, nil I IllOSl SUOI'CSS- fulJr'ainlly Paper In tho Union." Harper's Weekly ILLUSTRATED. Notices of the Prist. , Harper's Weekly should bo In every Inmilv 1 hronuhout the Iniiil, an n purer, more interest, ins, higher-toned, better-illustrated pnper is not published in this or any other country. Commercial Iiiilletln, Itoston. ;Xhe Weekly in the only illustrated pancr ol tho day that in it essential characteristics is cognized us , a national paper, Brooklyn 1 he lending nrticlr-s in Harper's Weekly on political topics arc model of high-toned dis. eussion, ami it pictorial Illustrations are of ten corroborative argument ot no Btnall force hxamlner and Chronicle, Y. . The Weekly 1ms ton still larger degree ins tanced all competitors ns un illustrated news, paper. Its editorials are among the most ablo of their kind, anil its other rea.ling matter is at Once learned, brilliunt, and amusing. Its il lustrations aro 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. — 4 May 1877

r ; .lii7; , .... ,V. - ... 1 JEFFERSON CITtf. MO.. FRIDAY. MAY 4. 1877. VOL- 5. NO. 19 M3 ILL. : 20 e m ! ' v; onrna : ; . i 7" A' T VVEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Erory Fiidav X. 0. LURCH. Turing of Subscription: Slnjrlccoplcs. per yeai $1,50 Clubs of ten per year.. 1,25 Clubs of tweuty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. REAL ESTATE GENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON CO MM sion, Pay Taxes. Redeem Lauds Sold T Taxes. Procure Patents. &o. mmis- for Ofliee over White Ac Janvier's store. TTIb reot , dec.27 72hf DE. J2TO. BiLSHXt, Physician & Surgeon. "LJ VJJ-IXV L4.il VA A Vwlvtvllvv Jit Lt" 1VIU U new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. Tap25-lT. Dr.tii. c. D&irzsoxr, ' OFFICE AND RESIDEXCB., Cor McCarty & JelTerson S: 1 JEFFERSON CITY, MO. ! j Offiee hours 8 to!) . 1 te 2 P. M. . P. M. Vjan.io-iv. N . DE W YL , SUCCESSORS T( MRS. BERRI.) DRUGGISTS AHD APOTHECARIES ' HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY M . K. G. BAKROW. (Formerly of Macon City. Mo.)...

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. — 4 May 1877

The State Journal. FRIDAY. MAY 4, 1877. Our friend Nast, according to the last Harper?, is ivt a loss lor a turtlior use of that pr:.d ot his. ' It is Ilurupton and Nicholls who are on trial, nnd not the President, it should he remembered. Tho President Is not of tho kind to for get to favor tho soldiers of tho Union in tho distribution of hU patronage. Judge Spofford, the n:wly elected Sen ator from Louisiana, is a brother of A. 11. Spoffurd, the Librarian ot Congrefs. Tho wheat prospect ol the North East ern states, along se7er.ii of tho principal tailroad lines, is exceedingly promising. Major John N. Edward will likely make a fortune off his Guerrillas of the west." That means tho .fames' and Younger hoys are under stand. Tho Tribune passes u verr moderate but just criticism on tho wors ot the Le gislature. It excuses Us shortcomings on the grounds of the ignorance, or inexpe rience, ol its nvmliers. Sinecures arc to bo abolished under this administration. One ot the condi tions...

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. — 4 May 1877

Unite a States M " ' Tost Office Department, Washington, D. C, April 10. 1877. PROPOSALS will be revived at the Con tract Office of this Department until 8 o'clock p. m. of June 0 'i, 1877, (to be decided by the 20th of Juno, 1377.) for carrying the malls of the United State from September 1, 1877, to J une 30, 1879, on the follow Ins route In the State of Missouri, and by schedule of drpnr tures and arrivals herein specified, viz: 28515 From Havana to Elm Flats, 9 miles and bnrk. S times a week. ' Leave Havana Monday, Wpclncsday, and Friday at 1 n m ; Arrive at Klin Flats bv 9.39 a m; Lcsve Elm Flats Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1 a m ; Arrive at Havana at 1 p m. Boud required with bid, $lfi0. 28510 From Locust Mound to St. Elizabeth, 12 miles and duck, once a week. IettTc Locust Mound Saturday at 7 a m ; Arrive at St. Elizabeth bv 11 a tn : Leave St. Elizabeth Saturday at 11.80 a ni; Arrive at Locust Mound by 3 p m. Bond required with bid, $120. 2S513 From Acasto. bv Anson, to...

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. — 4 May 1877

XXIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY SENATE MOUSING 6E3SION. Aprils:. 9. 1. S5fl (substitute) lor publishing the de cision of the Supreme Court. Tagged. II. It. 75 to pa? deficiency. Passed. II. B. 693 iatorcst hn Seminary moay. Passed II. B. 7 for the .better production of life against fire !n hotels and lodging houses, pann ed, with amendments providing that rape niny be substituted with other appliance by eonsent offlro department, escape to bo iu ev ery room ami Iron balconies and stairways to bo provided oatsidc. H. K, 147 for eancell'itlon of county werraat after five years. Passed. , SENATE AFTERNOON SESSION. 1HLT.N l'ASSKI). II P 652. landlord and tenaut net. II B C17, fees circuit nttaraey will) amend ment. D B 627, mechanics lien. II B 640. repealing special jury exemptions in St. Louis. II B 650, appropriating $55,000 for euro of In sane la St. Louit asylum. II B appropriating money for pay ot swamp land ngont. II B 6S7, failed to pass. II B C71 failed a second time to pass. II B for ...

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. — 4 May 1877

Local News. Red Ujm. : Quiet reigns in Capitol balls. Noisy Waters ran shallow. All quletlagsln on ibeTotomac. Tbe Legislature has adourued. Republican member have reason to bo proud or their record this winter. It Is not those who talk right m nucha those who vote right who are entitled to credit. ' Don't bold on to your wheat too long; you might "get left" with tho bag" to hold. Fur our leisure hour rending of tho week we have the ''Living Ago" for the 28th, with a puxurlou table of contents. The Jurxal office building will continue to be a printing office lor a great number of years yet to come, all malicous reports to the contrary nothwithstanding. , The House resolved Itself Into a mutual ad miration society on the eve of adjournment. The substance of every resolution o tie red was that all were aood fellows. A ho grasshopper region of Minnesota, ac cording to the Bt. Paul l'loneer-Pres. has an area of 150 miles in breadth, by 850 miles in length. It embraces nearly two-thirds ...

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. — 4 May 1877

ABOUT TIJE LASTCOXailESS. , Senator Majors is reported as saying la epeech on the congressional , gerry mandering bill, that the withdrawal of tbo troops to their barracks in Columbia and New Orleans, is owing to tho lnct that tho last national house oi represen tatives was democratic (Perhaps wo odght to state that the word "national" was not used by the senator.) That the troops were withdrawn after the adjourn ment of a democratic house, is true; but post hoc ergo propter hoc, is not by any means a logical inference. Because one circumstance existed before the other, it does not lollow that the former bears to the latter the relation of cause and effect. Senator Mnjors might have stated, with J equal propriety, that tho burning ot the Southern Hotel, tho success of Ead's jet ties, or the baggy appearance of Doctor Mary Walker's latest inexpressibles, were all in cousequonee of democratic prepon derance in the lower house ot tho nation al legislature. The democratic house refused ...

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. — 4 May 1877

A r It! t ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS. tAskfor ALLCOCK'S, and obtain them, and, so avoid miserable LIMITA TIONS. B. BRANDRKTII, Prs't. Office, 204 Canal St, Now York decl-wSma. Local News. He jumped tbe town. ' Any body missing boys? All's well that ends well. ' Tbe bMiks are flush with silver. Turbulent Waters run dirty. Decoration day fs near at band. Look out lor the comet due to-morrow. Rather soft and damp for the builders. Wheat Is quoted at $2.03 In St. Louis. And now prepare for the good times coming, boys. The St. Louis drummers are drumming up a lively trade. Y A. J. Shockley, Esq., returned from a trip to Iowa yesterday. It is feared that our strawberries and cream are all frozen. The Scdalia market is advertising new pota toes und string beans. A snow storm prevailed quite generally over tbe State on Sunday last. A good leg of mutton tor 12J cents a pound in this market. The wheat prospect was never better in Cole County than now. ' The favorite bvmn ot the grasshoppers: "...

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. — 4 May 1877

UonVnt Plot oria' Plstoryof the Times." The best, chefpiTst. nn t most success Jul family Paper In the Union." Harper's Weekly ILLUSTRATED, " Notice of the Press. Harper's Weekly should be In every fninllv thronghoutthe land, nn a purer, more interest ing, higher-toned, better-llluatrnfcd paper is not published In this or any other country. Comnierclnl Bulletin, Jloston. The Weekly 1m thoonly illustrated pnper ot the day that in Its essential characteristics la lecognlced as a national puper. Brooklyn Eaglo. The lending articles in Harper's Weekly on political topic are models of high-toned dis cussion, and Its pictorial illustration are o. ten corroborative argument ot no small foreo Kxamlner and Chronicle, N, V. The Weekly has toa still larger degrco dis tanced all competitors as an Illustrated news paper. Jts editnrinls are anions the most able or their kind, and itsothcr rca.llng matter is lit once learned, brilliant, and amusing. Its il lustrations uro abundant and of rure exce...

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. — 11 May 1877

r HFM -(Pf-r- i i IT-. H - .' .l'il..'m Vrl ,lii:o j lo l-ivp-iv;, !, - J) r.,j'i,-( A V"'")' i -sit rwi '.. 1-fllOW If"vVlq'! I I'i-m'J ' 1; .1, , I ' 1 .'Mi VOL. 5. JEFKERSGHST C?TY. MQ;.' FRIDA, IAY 11; 1877. "NO. 20 .,, , ,, -Ju'I-SV.'I . r.t'u .I'll ' HI.! l Mil lltw! Ol.. J if It .1' r-V J,---t '.7rtn..lV i'ij i"" 1 ; ( l.ff JuT""! f",:.:illirWJl ' ' :.. 1 Vi ' 1 ; 1 C I 1 "I1 ' 1 ; I ri-; T WJZEKDf STATE JOUBAI, Pablisftod Every FridaV i V'"" a burcii. ..;., , Terms of Subscription t Singly copies, per, yeai. .......... .,.,., $1,50 Clubs of ten per year........ 1,2s Clubs of twenty, per year. 1,00 '"' .' "! rXVAUIABlY nTADVAXCE. . ' HENRY NITCHY JEFFERSON CITY, MO. J T3UY3 AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS- iJtJ slon, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands gold for y Taxes, Procure Patents. , Ac. vi viuud wiiii if lino viiunni a sbuii;. jliikii ' " 1 Tn.;- f t I - a - t-ti reet dec.27 72bf Physipian ; & Surgeon. dtj" Office and residence in Lamkin'a v 7 new building, opposite National M ; : i'...

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. — 11 May 1877

The State Journal FRIDAY, MAY 11. 1877 i , i The Rimy is to bo reduced. All quiet on the Potomac. The sewing machine market has turn bled wonderfully in the last lew dajs. Gen. Schurs proposes that the Sioux Indiands shall go to work and earn their rations. The decrease of the public debt of the United States lor the month ol March was $155,104,042. The Globe-Democrat ;very appropriate ly commands the peace in the billiard rooms of this citv. Twenty five thousand roubles lor the wounded Russians and then there are less roubles than troubles. Ben. F. Butler endorses the Post-Master-General. Fact Is Judgo Key is quite sound on all the issues ot the da?. The old Mormon fighters ol Missouri are reading the news from Salt Lake, and brushing up their old flint locks. We I i u l. ...: T! patches and are satisfied that Cedar City will Aannna tiitvri Wflttil tnvfl(TAa nf'lm fill. Snow Ml tor several hours at Quebec Thursday, and a shock of earthquake was felt in the vicinity ol Oshawa, Ontar...

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. — 11 May 1877

Mtoi States nail. mssoum. Post Ofrick Department, Washington, D. C, April 10, 1877. PROPOSALS will be received it the Con tract Office of thin Department until 8 o'clock p.m. of June 0 'i, 1877, (to be decided by the ifiViU vi vuuvfioiii vnu jiuk lug ujbmv vi tbe United State from September 1. 1877, to June 80, 1870, on the following route in the State of Missouri, and by schedule of depar ture and arrivals herein specified, riz : 28515 From Havana to Elm Flats, 9 miles and back. 8 times a week. Leave Havana Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7 a m : Arrive at Elm Flats bv 0.30 am; Lesve Elm Flats Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10 a m ; Arrive at Havana at 1 p m. Bond required with bid, $130. 28316 From Locust Mound to St. Elizabeth, 13 mites and back, once a week. . Leave Locust Mound Saturday at 7 a m ; Arrive at St. Elizabeth by 11 a m: Leave St. Elizabeth Saturday at 11.30 a m; Arrive at Locust Mound by 8 p ra. Bond required with bid, $120. '28518 From Acaato. bv Anson, to Athen...

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. — 11 May 1877

"" J - - if 1 1 tf i.P il.llt 4 yth. 'i: i.H.'lt el "i ; , ! V . .' 1 Tho State J outnal. r FRIDAY, MAY '11,' 1 li !' "1 infill No w V. i.ti- ii .'. ,i - ; , , i (i , Q.u lumber it dearer than, new. ,llt . ., , i.Tlie wcathcris wore tlitin Irico makcs'lt , A,l)lue glast hat for baldness li the tfltc.it. , The sky is again clear and wd maybe haypy; .v.. 7 .'7', ' .The Mormon Saints ure, showing warlike disposition. ,., ! ... .' (i , ., ' , ,; i St. Joe rejoices in a, prospect of re-appear-Hnce of trospcrous.tiutes. .. , j, The factories' at ! the prison ere all ,-doiu3 a prosperous business.' . .. .. ' io i "I 'l.'H ' i ' j .,1 . ...i Sutnedarnago was done in South West Mis s6uri by the frosts lost week. , hi.. , 91 7i per bushel was paid for 1000 fcufchcls of wheat at St. Joe Saturday. ' ' '' - 1,500 wo tho profit of ono St. dealer's littlo spec, last week. Joo grain Start the ball rolling pay if Hot your largo ones. yo'ir small debls, r. : . The fruit is much injured in seme locali...

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. — 11 May 1877

5 a :;: "3 1 MEMORY. Soft i ihe rays of sunlight ntellojt . . ' t On th flying day; ,. ."' i. Sweet aielritnesoflow bells pealing ' When era fades away ; SnU s winds t night that moait Through the heath o'er mountains lone, Comes tbe thought of day now gone Of manhood's memory, i J An llmnm-benini frotn the heaven . . ' i 1 i,U...,l l iL.. 1 - .-..kv TTl.ln ttiplp Unlit As the bells when fade the even Teat not on tho night; : , As the night-winds cea&e to sieh ( WHon the raid falls from tha sky, 1 Ti tbe thoughts of days gone by ' Of Age's memory . ' Ye I the un-llght in the morning , . . Forth a pain shall break; And the' bells give swcet-volccd warning, ' To tbe world to make. i; ... Soon tho winds shall freshly breathe O'er the mountain's purple heutli, But the path is lost in Death ; . , Hd Math no memory ! , j ' ' "' ' , . ; JIUBBT COME HOME. . An Illinois woman addresses the lollowing touching appeal to a Sucker Legislator: Husband, dear ' husband, come home to me M iuiu 1...

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. — 11 May 1877

MISSOURI PRE8S. Eleventh Annual Coxvkktiox of iiis Association at Fridricktown. We are Indebted to Mr. Cbaa. E. Iltsbrook, secretary, tor the programme of the eleventh annual conrentlon of the Missouri Treat aaao elation, to be held at Fredericktown, Jane Cth and 6tb. The citizena or Fredericktown are already making preparation to entertain their vislton, and, with the usual courtesies from railroad companies, nnd an excursion to the Hot Springs, Arkansas,to close the convention, the prospect for a pleasant meeting is most flattering. All applications for passes should be ad dressed to the secretary, Cbas. . Ilasbrook, No. 6 Missouri avenue, Kama City, Mo. Ed itors and their wives will receive trip passes The Richmond tcornet band and the Frederick town brass band will attend the convention. No pasaes will be issued alter May 20tti. k The following in the programme: Tuesday, Jane 3, morning. -Convention as seables at City Hall, 10:30 a.m. I'rsyer; ad dress ol welcome; response by th...

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. — 11 May 1877

k j: 11. 'wWUtikA AfMt i,,w ura..,j. jwa auMSut. .tiXAa JrawasjvieMi A1 ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS. CF-Ask lor "ALLCOCK'S, and obtain thorn, and so avoid miserable LIMITA TIONS. B. BRANDRBTH, Pra't. Office, 294 Canal St, New York deol-w8ms. Local News. More mud. River Is falling rapidly. Hold your temper, gents. The rain came again yesterday. The Post Office bas changed hands. Bad on gouty people, this climate. Keep cool. Long life comes of going slow. The Volksfrcund office, took a holiday yes terday. People aro painting and furnishing up all around. Now is the time to kill apple tree borers' eggs. Son soap will do it. Y' Morlock is getting his Buekeye mowers in readiness for the Wvesters. Mr. Straub has made an addition to bis cigar i manufactory, it is a e ana doing wen. A Muenchburg boys have a fatal time with their guns and pistols. That part of town ought : f be disarmed. ing with a pistol and now be has only three fingers on one of bis bands. Ascension day was celebrated by 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. — 11 May 1877

if,- 4" v omo pMPlct oml TTIstoryof tho Times." . 'I'lw. 1. . .... ' . 1 n m ill, VlirH ltlli IIIMNL BUUCl'SS ful Family Fpor in tho t'nlon." Harper's Weekly .ILLUSTRATED, jVnti'cf. of tht Prtss. Harper's Weekly should he in every liunlly 1 lirouif liout I ho land, ns n purer, mora interest inar, liiKlier-tniictl, bettor-illustrated paper is not published in this or any other country. Comnierciiil bulletin, Itostnn. The Weekly in the only Ulnstrntcd paper of the day that in it essential characteristics is lecognlzcd us a national paper, Jirooklyn Jiugle. . . The lending Articles in Harper's Weekly on political topic re model of high-toned dis cussion, and ltd pictorial illustration nre ol ten corroborntlvd argument ot no small l'orco Kxamlner and Chronicle. N, V. The Weekly has to a still larger degree dis tanced all competitors us an illustrated news, paper. Its editorials are anions the most able of their kind, anil ItR other ren.ling mutter is at oneo learned, brilliant, and amus...

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