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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 July 1877

) f K! r vl M t : i i ! . . '.v .7 ' :!. :" i ;u oilier ; I i')i7 '' i i? Vi ' '; ..1 IK ...',' I ' VOL.5. JEFPJ3R)90N CIIT, MO.; FRIDAY. J,ULY 27. 1877. "NO. 31 1 'c;n 'io i.f I-. . -Mi"i!ll Col. I. -1 ' ;., T-, ; . ,-. j,, .,-, ; .. .. ... ... ., " " i- . 2-. uLLi-jMiy...:.,;:- J r--t-a . ' -. . , : . ' : n v i I ear A ' rublisliod'IJTary.Triiav N'. C. BUECII. Terms of (Subscription t Siriilo copies, per'-ycai . " pl.SO Clubs'bf ten pcf year.. .V.:.... ...... .'.i. 1.25 Clubs of twenty, per year ','-'.'' . INVARIABLY IX ApVAXCK. ........ 1,00 HENRY.NITCHY 1 ESTATE fmtiX .. J-EFFERSO.N; CItY, Mtf, '! 'i: - BuYs'-AND SELLS LANDS '(fT COMMTS stonl'ny Tiumr".' Tiedeeni Lauds Sold lot Titte, Procure l'utcntsi Acji t t Qfflceovor- White JauvieFs storo. llinli 6 tree;..,.. , ... ... .,, . .... . ; dec.27( 7'J.ht I 'U. tJhypi.6iftii: :&; csurgeoii. -i . .- '' i'. !! - t -ir. . M . Office and residence in Ltxmkin'a new building,' opposite National 1 : ' Exchanffo. Dank. '"J ' , rttii23...

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. — 27 July 1877

The State Journal RID AY, JULY 2.7. 1677 ' Cioy. Tbelps is determined that it shall be said of Missouri that she is incapable oi local self government. . A gentleman representing an Eastern papeij has recently visited the peniten tiary. He speaks ot Warden Willis and the conditiou ot the institution under his managements in terms oi the highest praise. "The Government i not strong enough tor an emergency like tho present" was the remark ot a lending democrat in our hearing a day or two since. In his judg ment a "monarchy" was tho only govern ment that could take care of a mob. There is quite a large number wt city warrants outstanding, and the City Coun cil, or some ot its members, are discuss ing the propriety of funding them in a ix per cent. bond. Wo suggest that it would be well to ascertain precisely the amount outstanding betore any definite action is taken. The reason is apparent. The nearest we can learn as to the ob ject of stationing a guard of six meti, by direction ot th...

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. — 27 July 1877

,..UX 4i-fcI.r.. claws i A i 187S The State BOOK,NEWS AND Pill fcl (Jul KTHE DAILY STATE JOURNAL. A morning paper, containing fresh local, editorial and miscellaneous matter, is tho 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 ! fill I 1,1 "STTTN-nTTT TT OIT1 licing made up ol the Daily, is one ot the largest papers in mo staie. It has no superior in the west as a paper for tho family and the farmer. Tho price is $1 50 a year, (in advance) for single subscriptions ; clubs of ten, $1 25; clubs of twenty, $1 00. W. Tie Best AtatiSM M JOB DEPARTMENT. Having a good J ob Office and the finest Job Printers in the West, wo are prepared to execute the following in style : VISlflNG CARDS, POSTAL CARDS, WAY BILLS, LETTER HEADS, BILLS OF LADING, TAGS, RECEIPTS, LABELS, INVITATIONS, TRUST DEEDS, POSTERS, CHECKS, ENVEEOPES, HAND BILLS, PRICE LISTS, BA...

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. — 27 July 1877

I 1 ui;r i I .V Tlio Stato Journal HllDAf. JULY 27. 1877 ' Local News Still cool and aguey. New potatoes 40 cents a bushel. Haying time nearly over. ' , ' Cool uthl comfortable. Joyce Is stitl In purgatory . . Strike while- the iron Is hot. Music in the air over school matter!". The coolest thing of the week the ico bill. Sizo does not always tell. A wa'ch ticking can be heard tnrtlicr than a bed ticking. The silver question 'Can you lend tne a quarter?' Young ladies who want red checks must get them out doors asthe roses do. Its old ton per cent. that has created the j,'rcat rumpus, after all. , Hinder, the builder, has the Knaup and the TJusch Mansions up to the second story, We are informed that there are six vacancies J in the faculty of the University. We arc informed that throe vacancies exist in the Hoard of Education of Ibis city. . t Are we then to bo limited to a live months public- school this year? Read the law,, ' : A grander harvest season than this was ncv cr known. G...

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. — 27 July 1877

rz .UA"a..".UZt.i-iiU inarm .i, : i x rra i .'i ', . , mi n 11 ..: i.ar ., v r , PHILIDELPfflA MILITIA DE17EN FROM THE CITY. Arsota.,. Hobbory : Murder. , and St. Louis Sunday y wening extra 10 port that t!;e Pit'tsburj; not of. Saturday evened afiMiA feunrise 'Sunday; " Sunday morning's report closed at 2. A. M. Militia , from riuladelphia had ar. Tired, and .. headed by , the Sheriff with a large posse ol deputies, proceeded to the outer depot to make arrests and quell the -disturbance. it - THE SCENE OF ACTION. riTTSBCKG, July 21. At twenty min utes to iour o'clock, the Philadelphia troops left Union Depot for the scene of disturbance at 2Sth bt. crossing. March ingout along tho track, preceded by the Sheriff and his posse, and expecting to fail in their .effort to disperse the strikers, the Sheriff would. .endeavor to niak'a ar rests and call, upon the military lor assist ance. This was understood to be the plan ot action determined upon and a conflict was expected'. They arrive...

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 July 1877

SCOKNCK'8 SKA WKID TOM 10 la the atmosphere experienced -here daring Mie Bummer menths, 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 activity or the system we must resort to artificial means. For this pnrpose Sshenck's ,8ea Jweed Tonlo Is very efloctual. 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 can be permanently cured by the drugs which are generally employed for that purpose. The Sea Weed Tonlo In Us 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 her defi ciencies. The tonlo In Its nature so much re scmbles the gastric julco that It Is almost Iden tical with that f...

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 July 1877

n id I X 0 Local News Freight trains kit stopped. The mailt went to Cedar as usual yesterday. Joyce! om remains afaiue; ante 'trifc m. What a glorious thing it would be if we could all quit. f ! Better quit railroading and go to farming these itrtkers. How would It do for every body to quit work for a while. Frank J. Bowman, Esq., has rone to Europe for his health. The lunch grabbers strike regularly at 10 a. m, and 10 p. m. The wake at the armory on Monday night was a tame affair. Warden Willis had his 130 guards ready at a moments notice, on Monday night. Another "pio nick' Is on the tapis some where in the confines of shady nook. The Indictment against Hon. John I. Martin, ol St. Louis, has been nollied. Mail and passenger trains as usual, except on the C. . A. Capt. P. Crump at the armory, on. Monday night, reminded one of Napoloon at St. Helena. Three hundred blue coats at the depot yesterday looked like "ould lang syne." Mrs. Miggie Wilkinson, nee Ewlng, is on J a visit to her...

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 July 1877

1 CIVIL ftERVIOB REFORM . y ' " Great Britain has eolvod thq problem ar us ia advance ; just s sbe similarly solved tho problem oi cheap postage, which-was at first declared both hero and there to be wholly .Impracticable, and met with, tho decided opposition and vidiculo of the Postoflice department, Great lJijtain'rirst adopted Civil . Service' 'relorni ' in"", 'the management of "her East' JndiiT, p6ses sions, and it was largely ."tlio houestj and ability of Macaulay, who' had tepCht four years In India ft n Gotelnment"1oflic(?r, which secured tho charge from the old system of appointment by 'favoritism to that ' ot open1 tompctitinu. - Those who wish to leafu ' about his interest in this 'subject,. as Applicable not only to India, llit equally to Great liritiau herself, W8 refer to tho-"Li!a and Letters of Lord Macnulay.voi, ii. .288, 2Q3 3U, 813., His biographer, .himself a, iuember of Tarjiar ment, well remaiked. in speaking . pi , the opposition which loadia? jneii of jus own...

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. — 3 August 1877

. 1 1. ' 111- ' . ' ! ! it , i-.' '. I '.. i H .'a'' , y,::tu-1 1 111' Li, ' 'i , . i . ! VOL. 5. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. AUGUST 3. 1877. NO. 32 nn V X WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, PuUisfcil Ctitj Friday BT N. C. BURCH. Term of Subscription i Single copies, per year fl,60 Clubs of ten per year Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 rXVARIABLT IN ADVAXCK. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE AGENT, JEFFERSON CfTY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS OH COMMIS alon, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patent. Ac. Office over White Janvier's store. High Street. dec.27 72hf ' dh. jzro. BASsn, physician & Surgeon. (QfOffice and residence in Lamkin's . new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. . : rp2A-lTt Sr. JL. C. DAVXSOZT, ' OFFICE AND KE8IDEKCH,, ' Cor McCarty & Jefferson S! - JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours 8 to9 i,v., 1 tSp. H. P. M. ' Jan.lO-lr. . N . DE WYL, SUCCESSORS T( MRS.SERRI.) DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY M . ' B. O. BARROW, (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. — 3 August 1877

The State Journal. FRIDAY. AUGUST 8. 187J t T The mob roust be put dnwn. ' The strike will take care of itself. Judge Talt is mentioned ait the proba ble candidate 6f the Ohio Republicans lor Governor. The renew ol the remarks of Gov. Woodford,- elsewhere, is "worthy the at tention of every reader. The strikes aro,at'a,n end, but whether the alleged hardships of working fmeD which leil to them nre, is not so cej-tnbi'j ' i J I Tho Never Sweats ot Jefferson are fearfully down on the strikers. Had those unfortunates once supposed they would incur the displeasuro of this worthy baud of patriot!" they would hare hesitat ed long before venturing upon a strike, we'll warran ; The strike has subsided. Freight has commenced moving, and trade is last resuming: Us normal condition. The matters of dispute between railroad and striking employes do not appear to have been taken into consideration. As Gov. llartranft very well says, it is a matter with which outsiders have nothing to do. The law ...

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. — 3 August 1877

' LAW AND ORDER! ' 1 ' The'youiig gentlemen of the UnlrorsUy ot Mississippi bare recently exhibited not only cordial, feeling but rare good sense, by inviting Gen. 8. L. VVoodford,iol New York, to address them.. It was a igniRcaht, and we trnst, h germinant 'act; tor he Had fought' against the Con federacy', arid 1 fa supposed,' In some re spects, in hbld'Sentimenu not universally accepted at the South. "His reception was,'' to quote the words of the Oxford, Miss.r Falcon, -published in the universi ty town, va perfect novation ot applause and commendation." , ...... . The address is spoken of as being "tuU of true and manly sentiments." -We have read it, as reported by the Falcon, with admiration for Its franc and kindly utterance t timely truths. They were received in the spirit in ' which they were spoken. "As Southerners," says the Falcon, "we udwlre his courage, we ap preciate bis courtesy, and we applaud his eloquence,".. .,. .!,,,., . . .. The theme of the address is "The com...

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. — 3 August 1877

Tho Stato Journal. FRIDAY. AUGUSTS. 1877. ! ! Local News !)'. il Refreshing showers ol late. Striken are being struek. Mexico and Fulton are connected by stage. Tbe strike bai run the length of Iti tether. Thetiouble at Lamonte, eUewhere , men. t loned, it all eettled. Tbe convicts remain. Mrs. B. n. Ingram, of Sedalia, Is on a visit to her father, J. Grlmnbaw, Esq., ol this city. Tbe last place to let the strike organize was Louis. St. Louis always was behind time. Yes; the braves "hold tbe fort." and that Is sufficient. "Oh, ye breves-'' That llushin' war ain't a circumstance to the big strike. The strike has laid the Russian war entirely jn tbe shade. We understand thnt city warrants are very near par. W. K. Bradbury was at Colorado Springs, Col., when last beard from. The strike will cost the city of Pittsburgh 10,000,000 in property ,sod untold suffering. IIow would it do to return to the primitive metbods or transportation anyway? It would help the wagon business. . j j Our fe...

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. — 3 August 1877

t I) On the rock-bound tout iHllfex bay ft t? up un nil Maavep ob nia jauvw ' t And hit hen aghast la death's dismay J , Only an emigrant eac of fire hundred ',' 1 Hurled to kin dob "whoa Man on blundered. When the rich go down wo mar reckoa the cost ; Aad value their lives Sod whet they are worth; .m :' ".iii; , .i-i But who will weep or the emigrant lost ' This elodcf clay which nambtred the earth? Drlys) the nails In his coffln ltd ; ', And let hie corpM tram our tight be hid. . t v . w .. .... -.. .... . . ; ici . . But lltt, I pray. Leagues on leagues awey, ' ' In a. turf-thatched hut on the Irish shore. Then nra human hearts which nre breaking to-day; - And bright hopes dashed (Or evermore, And eyes hair blinded with palsienato tears, And the dreary outlook of desolate years. Only an emigrant Tying there, Lifeless and mute in Halifax hay. But his soul was strong and his skies Were fair When he lett his home a month to-day. He fondled his ebitd nod kissed his wife - Era he noug...

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. — 3 August 1877

THE STJtllE,! now it Loosed Wkdnksdat Mokxixo. I- t f 1 1 ' A survey of th Held Wednesday ' moraln indicated that at most places the 'atria waa virtually at an enJ. " " ''"; ' On the Baltimore and Ohio the ottftaI report is to the effect' that everything fr progressing between Parkersbatg 'and 'Baltimore without delay. Men enough to manage allbuP trains'. We bare moved to-day M t&e farlona divisions about ninety trains. ' We bipe'ct to' commence freight trains from Grafton to 'Wheeling to borrow".' ' . !:. m A parVof a troop-train was thrown1 irtAt the track on that Toad, by ft mliplaced'swirbh.'a short diiUnce west 6f Kayser, and ten soldiers Injured. " v At Chicago apprehensions of a renewed strike on the C. B. A Q., proved to be unfonnded. ' ' Judge "brummond has sentenced tbd leaders or the Eighth rioters from Peoria, Mack 'and Ennls, to four months" irt the county Jail :' all the others to two months and to pay a fine of ?50 each. ' On the New Tork Central Allludion River K...

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. — 3 August 1877

771 (ocal News BlMkberrlH, wild, 20tatsalion, The couaty Judgcontest waxelh bottciw Alt quiet on the Mississippi? Totomse and D.nb.. -liy uyv. v-i Economize, certainly. But be sure you don't make up by sponging. ........... The Hm M Coyfrr announces thai Its ftumWlon' ceases On' Saturday text. '"' Cot. Waters has returned from the Carrollton . court, and in now attain on duty at bit ps here. Betrits tJ your Meade when they;dflerTe; your fidelity, but never desert him for frivolous causes. 11. " ". ! W. S. Ferguson, an 'old Journal Office compositor, ot Jacksonville, III., Is on visit. to friends In the city. J. M. IWalker came down from Providence Wednesday with a raft ot logs for the prison saddle tree shops. ' Cootinuous effort Impoverishes the blood 1 fl. t 1 . .... I 1 1 . 3 .1 r . unless iv vo Kepi jiuro uj buiihuib iuuu aim (when needed) Dr.' Bull's Blooa Mixture. ' !In a Nursery wherein all is life and laugh instead of crying and fretting, there Is sure to be found Dr. Bull's...

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. — 3 August 1877

ST. LOUIS STRIKED . AND STRIKERS, St: Locis. Jul? 23. Eerjthir is very quiet at the Union depot aid at the yards Use Union Railway1 tad Freight company. adis morning a stock train was allowed to cross the bridge sjarlrj bat none were peraitted to pan after 12 o'clock. !! :....:.,.,. The employee ol the Tranalt company woo no amy in mm ot. ixbis, Olteeo to Bomber, strut last nifht; , with, the firemen and brakenen ot the railroada in the employ ot the company on this aide ot the river whose datieaare performed at and in the vicinity of the Union depot, in uuviok; iraiaa in me yarai, tnrouga toe tunnel as a across the bridge, hare not lormally struck, bat they are idle tor the reason that there te nothing for them to uo, as the strikers across tberiyer will not permit tralaa to pass. As the strike does not extend to crews ot passenger trains toe tatter come ana go aa usual. . The Tranalt company rescinded their order for a redaction ef 10 per cent, on wages last night, and notified th...

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. — 10 August 1877

T, J oiirna i VOL. 5. JEFEERSON CECY. MO-. FRIDAY, AUGUST 10. 1877. NO. 33 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, TuMUfcaA Ever? Priiiv bt 1 . N. C. BURCH. Term! of BnbMriptlonl Single copies, per year WtM Clubi of ten per year 1,M Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IX ADVANCI. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE 7.BEHT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS lon, Pay Taxes, Bedeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure TatenU. Ac. . Offlceover White M Janvier's store. IT i eh Street. dec.27 72hf SE. JXTO. BAKER, physioian & Surgeon. Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. rap2S-ly, Sr. A. C. SJ9L7XS02T, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, Cor McCarty & Jefferson S! JEFFEKSON CITY, MO. Office hours 8 to9 P. M Jan.lO-lv. A. M. 1 to 2 P. M. N . DE W YL ' thb? star- T SUCCESSORS T( MRS.BERRI.) on;d .UB6ISTS AND APOTHECARIES aw n' HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY M IS. G. BA.KKOW. (Formerly of Macon City. Mo.) ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI. OFFICE 117 HIGH ...

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. — 10 August 1877

Tho Stato Journal . FRIDAY AUGtJStTori877 The St. Louis Dispatch wHlneyer be siUshed until greenbacks are so abund nDt that the editor can afford one for a thousand dollars every morning!" to write his editorials on. ' The amount ot . money, $2,00l000, claimed of Win. McKee in the civil suits the government has recently instituted .against him, very lully indioate their - ah surdiiy .. ,,,.. Ohio Democrats liavu resolved on the extermination ot national hanking liisti tutio.is, and thencrtncilinte jthe national bank trie:) of their party . by nominating a president of such a bank for governor .' '' ' -. 1 " ' : For two weeks or more, while ' the strikes were on, Turko Russian war news was scarce indeed. The newspaper re porters had something else to do besides manufacturin g cable dispatches, and de picting imaginary conflicts ami hostile movements Our neighbor of the Tribune speaks ot the "mob" the people of Missouri put down recently, us "ihu most formidable ever seen In this coun...

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. — 10 August 1877

.. .IWW.VUW rj.W? .'VWWW'orw K-itew.woaM;. , witfi1 . HEARTH AHD.J10ME. ' ' t 'if.'. Training ToMAtoci. A norel method of training tomato plants it given in the report of the Main Pomologioal Society, in substance as follows : "Stakes seven or eight feet lonjc were, inserted in the ground vlhree feet apart. In. a, warm shel tered location,' and strong tomatoe plants were procured, which had been started 'sunder class and contained one or two '' blossom buds. These were planted near the stakes. "Each plant was then tied to its stake with listing, ' and all the side branches which had pushed at the axils, or angles formed by the separation oi the leaves were pinchedor cut out with scis sors, so as to compel the plant to grow on a single stem ; and every weak during the season these branches were removed, and, the stem from time . to time was tied to the stake. When a sufficient number of clusters had been formed, the remainder were removed, so as to concentrate the whole energies of t...

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. — 10 August 1877

The Stato Journal, FRIDAY AUGUST 10. 1877 Local News reaches rotting considerably this year. John II. Delabay list been appointed clerk on the Morning Star. The brick work on Mr. Knaup's house is about completed. t Messrs Dulle t Sons' new custom mill ft Vap idly going up The Sedalia Base Dull Club were beaten on Saturday by six 8l. Louis, and three chamois men. Score 0 to 4. Hon. J. L. Smith, Attorney-General, has returned from his Kansas and Colorado Visit. The circulation of the Callaway Gazette la rapidly increasing. John Barnes, breakraaa on the local freight, lirouRbt "Keno" down in a box car Friday. Every boy in Linn, Osage county, has a base ball suit. Watermelons and muskmelons are among the new arrivals in market. Tbe foundation of Wallendorf & Co's new mill is progressing finely. We hear, with regret, that Capt. J. T. Rogers is quite III. A gentleman from Westphalia, Osage county informs us that the average wheat crop of that section is 100,000 bushels. A colored man ...

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