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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 6 July 1877

r The hand that rocki the cradle ' ' It tbe hand that rocki the world ; Bat the mm that wakes the baby Will get hit ear-locks curled. New York Times The man who owns a baby, - If he'i any man at all, Will himself arise and eoothe It . , When she first begins to squall. New Orleans Times. The man who walke the baby On very iually nlghte. Is he whose wife's the lady ? That shouts for woman's rights. N. T. Ere. Post. Tbe man who owns a baby . And dares not refuse to rock It, Had better go and poke his head , , j s , Into his coat tall pocket. ' ' -Pittsburg Tel.' But of all the baby-daddies' " The one who's most belied is The man who tows he never will Change that thar yonng un's dldles. St. Louis Journal. CONTENTMENT. , S T I ... A . x joc iu wo uiu sgs i-uuiem, I As. standing? in ita stitiimn dnv. The halo of a life well spent Sheds light and glory on Us way. Old age should rest, not prime or youth ; Old age may rest the past to tell ; , When life is all behind in truth, Contentment ...

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 July 1877

ECHE.NCK'S UEA WEED TON 10. In the atmosphere experienced here during the summer mnths, tlio lethargy produced by t he heat takes away tlio deslro for wholesome food, and frequent perspirations reduce bodily energy particularly thoso suffering from the effects of dobllltatlng diseases. In order to keep a natural healthful activity of the system we must resort to artificial means. , For this purpose Schenck's JSea 'Weed Tonlo is very effectual. A few doses will create an appetite nnd give fresh vigor to the enervated body 'or dyspepsia, it is invaluable. Many eminent physicians have donbted whether dyspepsia can be permanently cured by the drugs which are generally employed for that purpose. Tho sea weed Tonlo in its nature is totally differ ent from such drugs. It contains no corrosive minerals or acids; in fact it assists the regular operations of nature nnd supplies licrdcfi cicncles. The tonic in its nature so much re sembles the gastric Juice that it is almost iden ileal with 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. — 6 July 1877

ft IT-. Local News ,The last half of Jhe year hu begun. ? . f. y. . . -. 5 K,.l A McGill hit about one hundred acres of as fine wheat at ever waited Jo the hreeze. jr i . t r: . l , t I Yesterday was an elegant day for harrest work. - Tho Sweet Springs bath manifold attractions to the ye weary wayfarer'. " ' . . a ! n ... I . s Toe rumor inai me niauison nouse usaciosea J was attain premature. The threatening; aspect of the skies, Sunday, kept a treat many from Visiting Cedar City. ,- The children's meeting, at the Baptist Church last Sunday night was charming to a fault. ' Busy times among State officers. Closing up accounts for first half of fiscal year. ' ' .Tho Postmaster Is advertising, by handbill, for carrying the malls to and from Cedar City lion. A W. Mullins.U. S. Attorney, is in attendance on a session of the U. S. District Court. Yesteiday was heralded as Tornado day, but without, so far as heard from, by a false prediction. .z The steamer Nadine has been chartered to co...

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 July 1877

FAMINE IN INDIA. , No Abatement of tub Scourge. There Is bo change for the better In India. The famine has not abated, and affairs ererjwhere are becoming critical. The price of train is advancing, most ot the Burmese rice crep has been secured for English consumption, and there is no rain. The condition of the people on the relief works is gradually deteriorating. In eight districts where the annual death rate ot the winter season is not usually more than 20 per 1 000, it ranged from S7.3 to 148 3 in December, and from 2 6 to 118 7 in January. Many of the deaths are due to starvation, or diseases engen dered by starvation, but these are debited to "cholera' The best authorities esti mate the total loss of lite that will follow from famine at a million, and think that the Madras census of 1881, with its thirty million souls, will show, it not a retro grade, a stationary population. A fact is cited by the London Times' correspondent which upsets the assertion that periodical famines ...

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. — 13 July 1877

rpir Journa A A .. 1. . t I VOL. 5. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. JULY 13.1877. NO. 20 ' ; ( V 4 r r WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Fridav BY N. C. BURCH. 1 Termi of Subscription t Single copies, per year $1,60 Clubs of ten per year. 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE GENT, JtiFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. Office over White Janvier's store. High Street. dec.27 72hf DR. J1TO. E&KEE, physician & Surgeon, "Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. Iai25-ly, Dr. 21. C. D2LVXSOX7, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, Cor McCarty & Jefferson S! JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours 8 to9 a. m., 1 to 2 P. M. P. M. Jau.lO-lv, N V DE W YL , SUCCESSORS TC MRS.BERRI.) DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY M B. G. BARROW, (Formerly of Macon City. Mo.) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. OFFIC...

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. — 13 July 1877

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 13. 1877. Thtt death ol the Pope is again rumored. The Russian aro getting In t!iir work, apparently. Tho (laughter of General Sickle., Lau ra, Is an inmate ot a French convent. Gen. Ord has chased the Indian ma rauders ol the Southwest territory into Mexico. The Montreal Orangemen havo resolv ed to parade on the 12th ot July. Look out for fun. Gov. Brockmeyor celebrated the Fourth by giving a boy murder of eleven years ago and a prisoner, his liberty. Something is brewing in French Council. The Bonup&rtists have assem bled at Chiselhurst tor a grand consulta tion. At the death ot August Hemenway of Boston, his taxable wealth increased ten fold and over, from $600,000 to $8,511, 170. Gen. Grant left Brunei on the 9 ot July, continuing his travels on the continent, lie is expected at Franktoit-on the Main, on the 12th. Tho resources of the St. Louis Boat men's Savings Institution are $7,386,715. 41 including $117,500, real estate. Its deposits are ...

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. — 13 July 1877

1872. 1877. s The S'fcs.te J taaa! BOOK,NEWS AND 15) If OR I . LI I III I I 111 I I ' I I 1 1 I I a mmim mm yTHE DAILY STATE JOURNAL. A morning paper, containing fresh local, editorial and miscellaneous matter, is tho best advertising medium in the city. It is devoted 7 to the interests ot its patrons in Cole County, and to the gen eral welfare of the State, is clear in-typography, and 1 (Tl- T T) TTT) T T H A XT T VT HAT TnTIO I THE WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL. Being made up of the Daily, is one of the largest papers in tho State. It has no superior in tho west as a paper for the family and the farmer. The price is $1 50 a year, (in advance) for single subscriptions ; clubs of ten, $1 25; clubs of twenty, $1 00. The Best AteiisiDg ieiiM in tie City. JOB DEPARTMENT. Having a good Job Office and the finest Job Printers in the West, we are prepared to execute the following in style : f VISITING CARDS, POSTAL CARDS, WAY BILLS, , LETTERHEADS," BILLS OF LADING, TAGS, .RECEIPTS, LABELS, BUSINESS...

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. — 13 July 1877

The State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 13. 1877. Local News iitt, Uet, Hot, Hotter, Hotest and i Still a beating. "Slubrious." Paragraphical considered. And violence tilled the land. Senator Grover 's gays are over. The roastlr.g-ar season Is at hand. Everybody over tho fourth nearly. Get your cholera preventives together. Cap. C. W. Thomas has gone to Boston. neat harvest nearly over. Yield 1 1 in Threshers going to the country In great num bers. Base Ball the Fourth, St. Louis 7; Harts fords 6. Gen. Waddy Thompson offers to sell coal to 5cilalia consumers at 8 cents a bushel. Ph.l. II. White is in charge of Cap. Thomas Ktore in his absence. Sleeper Townsend and Bill Kelley had a little too much Fourth in their'n. Tnere's fever in tho air. lent. Malaria is prcva- The bales of tobacco at Louisiana last week aggregated 6,G0O lbs. The Lexington and Marshall Narrow Gauge route is being surveyed. The first Monday of next month is the regu lar term of the County court. The workmen have returned...

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. — 13 July 1877

V THE RAIN UrOX THE ROOF. , itY una r. d. gage. .t- f it Long ago a poet dreaming ; ' ; 7 V r Weaving Taney's warp and woof,' ' Penned tender, toothing poem ; On the VRatn Upon the Roof." '. One j 1 read it, and1 Its beauty x Filled my heart with memories sweet; Days of childhood flitted round me, Violets sprang beneath my feet ; And my gentle, loving mother , Spoke' again Id accents mild, , ' ! ' Curbing every wayward passion Of ber happy, thoughtless child, Then I heard the swallows twittering Underneath the cabin eaves. And the laughing shout of Willie Up among the maple leaves ; Then I blessed the poet's dreaming Blessed his fancy's warp and woof, And I wept o'er memories treasured, As the rain fell on the roof. Years ago I lost the poem, But its sweetness lingers still, As the freshness of the valley Marks where flowed the spring-time rill ; Lost to read, but not to feeling, For the rain-drop never falls O'er my head with pattering music, But it peoples memory's balls With the ...

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. — 13 July 1877

xtBhi!tin A0mw"XHirx.. tvi.t&it-viv wm. .;. ztiAx v SCHENCK'S PEA WEED TONIC, d In the atmosphere experienced -here during the summer months, the lethargy produced by the heat takes away the desire for wholesome food, and frequent perspirations reduce bodily energy particularly those suffering from the effects of debilitating diseases. In order to keep a natural healthful actlTlty of the system we must resort to artificial means. For this purpose Schenck's JSea JWeed Tonlo Is very effectual. A few doses will create an appetite and give fresh vigor to the enervated body. For dyspepsia, It is Invaluable. Many eminent physicians have doubted whether dyspepsia :an be permanently cured by the drugs which are generally employed for that purpose. The Sea Weed Tonic in Its nature Is totally differ, tjit from such drugs. It contains no corrosive minerals or adds; in fact It assists the regular operations of nature and supplies her defi ciencies. The tonic in its natnre so much re sembles...

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. — 13 July 1877

1 Local-Newfl'.' f ' I . . i lion. Wtller Young In In the city on t bttsl. John P. Sebree, Jr., of Jefferson City, a con. tractor la the Missouri Penitentiary, is in the cty. Be took In the MarpW movement last nlght,Vlth a view of moving It down to the Capitol. Sodalle Democrat. Invitations to a Moonlight Festival at the Capitol ground will be handed out by the beautiful young ladies of that society to-day. Our friend Crevclt, from Jefferson City, who came uo here to Ret a wife, returned without one. He left with a big disgust on, and aald that while he wanted a nottce in the paper, that we overdid the thing, and injured his chances In the place of helping there. Sedalla Democrat. Ex-Gov. Hardin was up before the Mexico Recorder Thursday last, for an unintentional violation of the city's ordinance as to removing of frame buildings in the fire limits. The Gov ernor quietly tasked for the Jordinance, ex pressed his regret that ho had not known its provisions, and handed out $52 00 to ...

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. — 13 July 1877

1 LIBERALIZED CIIKISTIANITY. FRED. DOUGLASS AND HIS OLD MASTER AN AFFECTING INCI DENT. ENGLISH WORKMEN WAIT ON GEN. :.-r5GRiNTjTTV 1857 1877. It is a simple f net that the working be liels la New England have, been steadily approaching the ground occupied by what ia known as libera Christianity. Old Or thodoxy has been stripping itself like a circus-rider who throws off one garment rlter another, as it has 1 ridden round the ring oi succeisire generations. First came off the scarlet ihunting suit lof the witch finder, then the Geneva cloak of the pre destinarlan, then the Jewish gabardine of the Sabbatarians, and I know not how many more ; nd already we see the fair outlines of our common humanity which had been mere or less obscured lor a long time by these disguises. When I think of Increase Mather burning Robert Colefs book against the witch-crait delusion in the yard of Harvard College, of which he was President, and imagine his successor of to-day taking part in a similar cere ...

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. — 20 July 1877

lie omnia o VOL. 5. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. JULY 20.1877. isro. 30 1 ( w J "i ( . WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Fridav UY N. C. BUHCII. Terms of Subscription t Single copies, per yeai $1,50 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 . INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. HENRY NITCHY" V RtflL tS Alt fBtN . ! TTmTTTinAT ( I 'I' DTI I T3UYS AND PELLS LANDS ON CO.M.ms- f . JlJ sion, Pay Taxes, Uedcein Lands Sold for r Taxes, Procure Patent. fec. t Office over "White Jauvier's store. High j Street. dcc.27 72hf DR. J2TO. "Physician & Surgeon. (ft Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. an2"-ly, Dr. C. nZLTTISQifcT, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE., Cor McCarty & Jefferson S: JEFFEKSON CITY, MO. Office hours S to!) a. 1 to 2 r. M P. M. Jan. 10-1 v. 'N . DE f YL, SUCCESSORS T( MRS. BERRI.) QRUeOSSTS MID AP0THE0AR1E3 HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY 31 15. G. BA.IUSOW. .;. ' (Formerly of Macon City. Mo.) Vt ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR OFFICK 117 HIG...

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. — 20 July 1877

The Stato Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 20. 1877 Mr. Lay, ot Buffalo, N. Y , has invented a torpedo. "Lay on Macduff.' All patriotic people ot the city are in favor of an elevator if some, one elae will build it. Rev. J. C. Maple has been called to the pastorate of the Mexico Baptist Church. There Is evidently a new hand at the bellows on the St. Joe Chronicle. ItU evidently tint of nn abla and experienced newspaper man, and is said to beJohn .ttiUingei'-. Col. Switzler, ot the Statesman, per mits his party disaffection to crop out in the following lling at the administration : "A good many of our Democratic ex changes condemn the appointment ot Capt. Dan. Able ns coal oil inspector of St. Louis. Had he lived in Boone county ho never would have been appointed.' A DEMOCRATIC' rAPER OX DEMO CRATIC CORRUPTION. The St. Joseph Chronicle has no only changed hands, but appears to be about ready to change politics. At all events it it has any sellrcsp-ct it won't remain long; with a party ot which ...

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. — 20 July 1877

1872. 1877. The State Journal BOOK,NEWS AND Job Peiiw Ik THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL. A morning paper, containing fresh local, editorial and miscellaneous matter, is the best advertising medium in the city. It is devoted to the interests of its patrons in Cole County, and to the gen eral welfare of the State, is clear in typography, and . REPUBLICAN IN POLICICS ! jQ THE WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL. Being made up of the Daily, is one of the largest papers in the State. It has no superior in the west as a paper for the family and the farmer. The price is $1 50 a year, (in advance) for single subscriptions; clubs of ten, $1 25; clubs of twenty, $1 00. The Best Aflvertising Meflium in the City. JOB DEPARTMENT. Having a good Job Office and the finest Job Printers in the West, Ave are prepared to execute the following in style : VISITING CARDS, POSTAL CARDS, WAYBILLS, LETTER HEADS, BILLS OF LADING, TAGS, RECEIPTS, LABELS, BUSINESS CARDS, PROGRAMMES. NOTE CIRCULARS, NOTE HEADS. BILL HEAD DODGERS, DRA...

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. — 20 July 1877

TIio State Journal. FRIDAY. JULY 20. 1877 FfHi-T CLASS REAL K8TATK AT A BARGAIN. The undersigned will coll the .three stoiy In iok dwelling, corner Washington and Hi,tb. Sis., on easy tertm to suit the times. The title la perfect nnd location pleasant and desirable; building given In good repair. Possession Riven ou August 1st and if not hohl m-iy he rented after that date. A.Mress. or eall on Mns. IIkniiiktta Bitirxs. July 17 dlliwlt. Having determined to remove from Jcffcr (on City I have a treat manv things I will sell cheaply, and 1 invite all persons to call, ana see whether I have anything tor sale which they want. II. B. JOHNSON. Jjocr.l News Cooler, pleaanter. Good work wralhcr. Dr. 1'ordyi-i is on a visit to the city. Boonyi'ilu'a Ccmeiit. Faetory and Furniture Failure are for sale. D. A. McMillan is the new principal of ihe Boonvjlie public school. The Narrow Uauc ud.hc- out Full ,ot glittering generalities. Notice Gen. Johnson's nolo in another col umn. Times are a littie...

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. — 20 July 1877

A WINDING-SHEET IN THE CANDLE. ? BY AI.L1K VERNON. "Close the door. Winnie, darling, for the winds are wailing wild, , ' Atd no Btar within the Heavens this dreadful nlgbt hath smiled, '' There's naught to light this dreary earth but ' the lightning's vivid glare, And that's so liko the tearful smilo tlmt Crar.y Tom doth wear.,' Down in torrents came the raiu upon that ' , . - cabin floor, . , - : A.nd the rudo wind screamed in triumph through the trail and broken door. The monarch pf the tempest in his snble robes swept past, And his many hundred minions rode proudly on the blast. "My heart is weeping, Winnie, for your broth er far away, ' For I heard the Banshee cry near the house this very. day j Aud look ye at the candle, see that glimm'ring winding-sheet-Heart of iny heart, thy mother thou nevermore shalt meet." "Twice before I've seen that token once wbr-n , my mother died, And one when my dear lather was lain down by her side. Oh! hush your bitter mockings, cruel spirits of 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. — 20 July 1877

9CHENCK-9 EA WEED TONIC. In the atmosphere experienced -here during the summer months, the lethargy produced by the heat takes away the desire for wholesome food, and frequent perspirations reduce bodily energy particularly thoso suffering from the effects of debilitating diseases. In order to keep a natural healthful activity of the system we must resort to artificial means. For this purpose Setacnck's ISea J Weed Tonic is very efiectual. A few doses will create an appetite ana give fresh vigor to the enervated body For dyspepsia, it is invaluable. Many eminent physicians have doubted whether dyspepsia can d permanently cured by the drugs which are generally employed for that purpose. The Sea Weed Tonlo In its nature is totally differ ent from such drugs. It contains no corrosive minerals or acids; in fact it assists the regular operations of nature and supplies herded ciencies. The tonic in its nature so much re. semblcs tho gastric Juice that it is almost iden tical with that flu...

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. — 20 July 1877

Local News Col. A. C. Daw gave tbe city brief eall Sunday night. Inducement! for building the grain elevator, continue to multiply. The net proceeds of the Episcopal festival, recently, amounted to about $19. We tble morning publish the address of the 'narrow gauge Railroad convention entire. We learn that the tax levy for city purposes, payment of interest Included, will not exceed one per cent. The National Exchange and Jefferson City Banks take $10,004 each of the new eight per cent bonds of the city. ' The young ladles of the Episcopal church de sire that we should tender the publlo which made their recent festival a success, their earnest thanks. Remember the grand Callaway barbecue at Cedar city Saturday. The proceeds are to go to the aid of the work of saying the city from the incursions of the river. Geo. Wagner, of the City Brewery, on yes terday became the purchaser of the Mausehund property, known as the Monroe House, hotel and saloon for the sum of 910,000. The dispatch ...

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. — 20 July 1877

HOW TO CUAFT. The following valuable article on "gralting" is from the New American Cyclopedia, and i9 ot special interest to all persons having grafting to do: In this country, the most common and likewise the most clumsy, and yet quite as oiten the most successful plan ot cn gralting, is called 'cleft gralting," and is practiced upon the heads of largo or old trees by lopping the extremities ot the branches.. Sometimes the entire tree ol t or 5 inches in diameter is cut to a bare stock and used in the same manner. The stock, whether trunk or branch, is cut over horizontally with a sharp saw, and the surlace pared smooth with a knito ; a cleft about two inches deep is made in the stock with a splitting knife and hammer. The scion to bo engrafted is prepared by s oping its lower end in the iorm ot a wedge about an inch and a halt long, eaving it a little thicker on the outer edge. The clett being kept open with a wedge, the scion is carefully pushed ilown to the place, fitting its i...

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