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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 August 1877

1 ..rm u I'.'wixraz i w mot cjr-iu ou 1 ftVt 00.) TIB 893 t" WJfA Ml I wiifoihvj il Ml'.n! -tr:"n- H0..3G 1 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL'' ; U in I BY -J ' niTTinTT '' ' " Terms bf Snbucrlptlon Single copies, per yeai,...,... 1,50 ,1,25 1,00 Clubs of ten pur year. Clubs of twenty, per year............... INVARIABLY IX ADVANCE. HENRY' NXTCHYy 'REL;;ESJATEJ:SEHT,;,t;' H . . JEFFERSON CIT Y MO . BUYS ' AND sells lads ON commis sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Pateuts.? Ac. . - 1 t ' Office over White Janvier's rtore. TTlch Street. "T ' rdec.27 72hf .. I -' ft Kr ; ' ' ' ' physioian ;:&:; Surgeon. firs' O flkjjstiiu&Tlt sulouoa ki Jjamkin's ; vib (' J ' fap25-lT. Dr. G? JDilVSSQIT, I Hi 1 Oileojiour a y f w-j 1 t0 3 p P. M. .. ' , . , , . Jan.lO-lV. !!:' !-" . i vinA ,iTt.. '. i. -. ' . . v SUOCKSSdRa T( !MRS.'BEItItI.) BRUaGISTAippTKESARIE3 , 'Jefferson city m . , . l yt-t " I, GB ARKOW; (Formerly bflff8dfivt!fty.''Mo.) i -t "' , .iw. ATTORKEY'MO COUHSELlOi! JEFFER...

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. — 31 August 1877

Tho State Journal!) FRIDAY AUGUST 8L 1877 Ben. De Bar, the comedian of St Louis, died on the 28th inst. Senator Morton's health continues pre - earious. He is reported likely to die at any moment. St. Louis, chronicles another big busi ness lailure that ot John King:, dealer in Lard and Refined oils. Goodwin. Behr & Co., are the heaviest loosers. Senator Morton's physicians give the cheering assurance Unit he Is not now considered in a dangerous condition, though considerably out of health. The Scranton miners aro challenging the attention ot the financiers ot the land, who figure up their loss at $300,000. A pretty good endowment. A .number of the policy holders ot the Life Association of America, have ap plied for a '"restraining order" against the company and the appointment of a receiver. As the Autumn approaches, horse thieves begin to appear on the tree branches. Strange truit, but in some localities it promises to be more abund ant than ever this year. The Atlantic and Pa...

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. — 31 August 1877

"I lit, fttiftUMiynhM.u A TBINQ OF BKAUTY Indeed and J07F0raTer.il the Kew and la perb Edition of the Rooky MounUlTorUt 6 remarkably lute bu bees the 4eaind for the now widely aot4 work the Bocky Mountain Toartet that an entirely new edltlo has been necessitated, end le Jait reedy for issue. While the first edition wee en decent thing , the second edition le really euperb, and the Rocky Mountain Toe list In Ite new form, royal oetaro, thirty-two page, printed on the Ineet of super-elsed, calendered paper, hand eomely bound with engraved cover, Is without the ellgbteit question the richest and moit at tractive book of the description' ever issued. All whe contemplate a trip through the garden of the continent southwestern Kansas to the Alpi of America the Rocky Mountains will commit the gravest of mistakes by starting be fore securing the Tourist, 8an Juan Guide and accompanying maps. Simply the mere request by postal card or letter, addressed to T. J. Anderson, Topeka, Kansas, will ...

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. — 31 August 1877

Tlio Stato Journal FRIDAY AUCUST 01. 1877 'tt'ocal News Fine wcuiher for chills end fever. Quite a number 'of our young people down with the ngue. Scovern & Wagner have a liue lot ofMiit und vegetables on liimj. Mrs. J. It. Findlny,of St. Louis, is visiting relations In the city. Miss Nolnnd. of St. Louis, is visitinir the Tainijy of Ed. T. Noland, In this rity. Daniel Sullivan, an attorney o!' St. Joseph, was in the city yesterday. ilohn A. ILxkaday, late Attorney General of the Stale, ppent the Sabbath In tlio city. A. W. Mullius, U. S. District Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, is in the city. Warwick Bolton, wlio is now clerking iu the Drug Store of Bolton & Armstrong, in1 Clinton, has joined the murphyltes. We congratulate our friend .Scars, ci.sliier of the Jefferson City Bank, on the arrival at his house of a ten pound boy. Family nil well. Kscp the Mood pura and tlie health jf the system will follow. Dr. Hull's Blood Mixture will accomplish this in u sho...

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. — 31 August 1877

s' " ' ' ' ' 1 ' Foil THE STATU JOCRAfc."" '' ' ! ' 1,1 . THE ANGEL AT THE WINDOW,.,. . Of old the wise mad taught as faith, That bo who tees an angel dies, . -1 Because, the anctent legend loith . That angels, out of Taradlse, , Tass by unseen by any eyes, r .,- ' Save those that soon" shall close in death. 1 : I think Ibe ancient legend lies. I know It lies? because I saw ADjangBl 11 lew imimnui And I still live! Yes; I could draw A portrait of the creature so '. Exactly true from top to too. That any mortal (If he saw The same sweet angel close) might know. a. ' What was it like then? Hud it wings? 'Twas like a woman young and fair. It had just taken oft its wings, (And, also, many other things.) In fact, wore nothing but its hair, Except, perhaps, some fingcr-rlngs, , And was most exquisitely bare. How tall was it? Well, I havo not "The measure of nn angel;" I ' Head it in St. John, but forgot. I think it was about as high As Venus the tie Medici And far more fair. All earth has...

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. — 31 August 1877

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. riXEAlTLE KISSES. Bsat the whites of eight tggn Tory stiff; aaa on poana one puiTenzea augur eraa lfellw IiaaI aII lAMAlkim Alt! Iamb the longer beaten the more lighter and crisp they are. With a spoon arop them in small half-egg shaped piles on white paper. Dry in a moderate oren without browning. Lay the paper on cold bricks in the oven, that the nn&er side may net scorch. When stiff take them up with a Koiie, ana wun a teaspoon scoep out tne solt inside and fill the crated pineapple.and lay two together, mating them egg shap ed. They may bo filled with orange pulp, grated cocoanut, or bright red. acid jelly, and also lelt with no filling but the sugar itself. In that case the troth should be flavored with lemon or vanilla before dry ing. Those kisses in the halt-egg shape will make a very nice pyramid (see recipe girea above,) when no baker is conven ient. . NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM. A very simple rehet lor neuralgia is to boil a small handful ot lobelia in ...

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. — 31 August 1877

Local Neirs Warm again. Peaches go a begging at BO cents a bushel. Melom of every style In the market cheap. Shot by tramps to getting to bo monotonous. Hon. Joth LaDue has quit politics and joined the Murphy movement. Bartlers Pore ore ripening, and O, how luscious! Main 8treet ii Improving more thin year than any other street lu tbe city. The time tor re-opening our Public School Is at hand, but it still without a principal, or su perintendent. Mrs. K. O. Cooper, after a long and pleas ant risit with her relatives and friends in the city, retimed to Denver Tuesday morning The September term of the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri, will commence in this city on Mon flav tiAirt- How often do we hear a person say, there must be something the matter with my blood, 1 have pimple all over. We would recom mend Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture. Col. Mack. J. Learning, who is on a visit with B. F. Taylor, the poet and author, and the Col onel's brother-in-law, Is e...

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. — 31 August 1877

DOMESTIC i: -XJXOMV. Clk'ANsinV'. MfcfAt SfciVKACfcS. Silver plate, jowelry and door-plates can be boautitully cleaned and nindo to look like hew by dipping a eolt cloth or chamois skin in a weak preparation of ammonia water and rubbing the articles with it. . Economist. ' Cocoa Fi.lmmf.rt. Beat the whites oi eggs stiff; grate tha white part of a cocoa nut, ' mix the two, sweeten to the taste ; prepare a boiled custard, pour o?er a nico quare ol sponge cake, in a glass dish, ' and lay the egg and cocou on top. How to Eat fixtAiu-LK Do not pcelj Cut off the bottom.. Insert a iork over one ol the lower eyes," press downward, and thus puil off a fittlo cone. The cones gradually torn' off are much solter than slices' ot the pineapple bitten across the grain. . Steamed Si;et Puijwnv,. Scald two cups ot Indian meal, add one cup of suet chopped fine, one-half cup of. molasses, n little salt, one cup of Sultana raisins; steam two hours. Compressed yeast is a German inven tion. Jt is niad tr...

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. — 7 September 1877

f " rr n: v 1IC 1 1 ITS. a l .W W .0 w i VOL. 5. JBETERiSON SEPTEMBER 7.1877. NO. 37 ... . t . i iff... ,, , - WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, !c Pfttli&si CrcxyFri&aT N. C. BTJRCH. Terms f 8bMriptt.t SInglecopies. per year. 1,80 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clab of twenty, per year.... 1,00 CTVAIUABLT tH ADVANCE. UEITDY ITTTCHY REAL ESTATE MHT, JEFFEESON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMT8 lon, Pay Taxes, Bedeem Laads Sold for Taxes, Procure Patent. Ac -Oflice over White .Wenvter's store, High Street.. ... , -.?:?. Ti.V dec27 72hf SZl. JXTO. X3J3JLXSZI,' Physician & Surgeon. Office and residence in Lamkin's ' new building, opposite National 'r',, Exchange Bank. m ;-: Iap2ff-ly, Sr. 21. C. D2HTZS02T, '. . . ftiqe akd atsroExca, Cor McCarty & JeiTerson . JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office houre 8 to9 a. m., 1 to S p. m. P. M ... i . . . . . Jan,10-lT. ... N . DE ffYL, 8UCCKSSOBS T( MRS. BERRI.) CAMBISTS O APOTHECARIES . , . t HIGH STREET, 1. , . ;;; ; '. jetfjsrson city m B. G. B&am...

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. — 7 September 1877

Tho Stato Jonraal; FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7,'I87tT It's all well enough to promise, bat tt is better to pratlce a little economy, How these St. Joseph riyal newspaper man do love one another 1 Republicans of New York haye called a State contention at Rochester Septem her 26, Look out tor a grand detnonstra tion. Senator In galls, oi Kansas, ha been drawn out by the irresistable interviewer, and is fearlessly outspoken in his hostility to the President's policy. Blundering of course, but still bad. Tennessee has no law tor the punishment of horse thieves, and says: A newspaper at Ashland, Ky., says that an invesliga tion of the records ot the state show that not a single man or woman in the whole Commonwealth is under the present law legally married. The Sedalia Democrat correspondent is authority for the statement, and wo be- lieve it is the fact, that the Governor and Inspectors are governed by no law for or against the leasing convict labor outside ot the penitentiary walls, but are su...

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. — 7 September 1877

Jlfl SEi7i;:3i:::::i.-(il foul sizK-n&rr cxais. . the r.:c3Ei se7i::s i.:::::.::e. Simple, Durable, Compact ' ut ' For Elejran.ce of Finish tT HAS SO RIVAL No Complicated Machinery to bo constnn tly getting out ot order, a child can ran it, will do nil kinds of Sewing, from toe finest to tfeo coarsest, will hem,?ell. took, braid, oord, gash er, embroider, eta., neee self-adjusting straight needles, all description of cotton, silk and thread. Makes the strongest stitch known, the cloth will tear before the seam will rip, uses the thread direct from the spool.. The machine is beantUnlljr finished and highly ornamented, and i . WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. . CAUTION. All persons are cautioned not to make, deal in or use, any Sewing-Machines which sew with onr needle, and make the - Elastlo Stitch, or that have the new Patent Self-Feed Attach, ment, unless the-same are purchased from this company or the their Agents or Licenses, and stamped under our patent. Beware of worthless imitati...

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. — 7 September 1877

o r Tho Qtato Journal. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 7," 1877 Local News Joplio claims 13,000 inhabitants. Bar. J. R. Sasseen is on a visit to the city. 929 a minute is the income or one J. W. Mickey; The ring of the school bell will soon be heard in the land. : s . The corporate limits of Jepjin extend about one and three-fourths miles square. Joplin has a business sign that ought to be removed to Sedalla. Prof. 8trother, of Carroll ton. takes charge of a High School in Monree county. The wounded in the Des Moines railroad wreck are all doing well. The St. Joe papers are having a lively scrim, mage Just now calling each other hard names. Gold Is gradually drop ping touched as low as 108 last week. It will soon be nutting time, and then hur rah for grand old woods. Major Jno. IT. Ed wards, has assumed edito rial control of the Sedalla Democrat. Only seven thousand of the matured bonds of ineciiy remain unpaid The weather is making up for lost strength in the way of heat. The fair catalogues are...

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. — 7 September 1877

t ft , - . f 5 .V f 1 THE LIFEOF ARECLU3F. ' i. longEiillcf a tert-ncst CoIIb , : . : gists. ... JOHN B03BORNE. The Mystery of the Altons." Editor Journal: it wiy year ago I par tially knew the history of the subject of thu ketch, but only recently hare I been compe tent to treat It. Early In my acquaintance with John Bosborne. I knew htm by the Mtumed name he now bears, and which, for an obvious reason,! wlth-hold from the reader; sufficient is it to say that in all or the Altons hb is uni versally known, and that evidences of his handiwork adorn every center-table. I was an apprentice at that time, and it was part of my duty to eonyey odd Jobs of work to Bos borne, and thus it was that in my frequent vis Its to bis shop I became favored with a boyish familiarity with him. I was perhaps an unas suming sort of lad, or Bosborne would not have imparted to me the scant picture of bis life which he had hidden from everybody else. He did not then exercise bis divulgences to the extent of...

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. — 7 September 1877

BCHENClfS PULMONIC STWP, von ran co or coKicumcir, cottons ah COLM. The great virtue of this medicine 1 that it ripens the matter anil throws It out of the sys tem, purines the blood, and thus effects a cure. CHEXCK'S 8EA WISDTOKIC, rORTM CCRI 0 Drsrarsu, I.tDioESTieif, Ac. ' The Ton to produces a healthy action of the stomach, creatine an appetite, forming chyle' and curing the most obstinate cases of Indlg esllon. , SCHIXCK'B M.KDEAKB PILLS, FOR TUB CtJSB OF LlTBR OOMrLAIXT, JtC These pills are ' alterative, and , produce a healthy action ot the liver without the least danger, as they are free from calomel, and yet more efficacious in restoring a healthy action of the liver. , These remedies are a certain cure for Con sumption as the Pulmonic Syrup ripens the matter and purifies the blood. The Mandrake Pills act upon the liver, create a healthy bile, itnd remove all diseases of tho liver, often a cause Of Consumption. The Sea Weed Tonie gives tone and strength to the stomach, make...

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. — 7 September 1877

Local News Tbe'prMent term of the U. S. District court flproatieito be a short one, T , , ... The quarterly payment of pensions com menced the fourth Id it. The $7 pilgrims to the Chicago Ezpoiltlon have returned. ttt - V . i,. J Thanks to the directors of the fair assocla I tion. No "silver ball" ta offered this year for Ahe beat base ball club. Mr. Jstnes Moore, tbe father-in-law of Uncle Samuel Nlchol's, formerly" of this city, now of St. Aubert's, Is dangerously ill. Hon. Wn Harrison, member of the legls. latnre from Callaway county and one of the petit lurors in the U. 8. District Court, is in the city. An unpleasant passenger in a street ear is a crying baby. In such cases Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup should be given to tbe little sufierer to ease its troubles. 33 cents a bottle. i Two horses were stolen from the rack In (Brownsville on the night of Aug. 81st. One Is a large iron gray 18 hands high, and the other is a black mare, 13 bands high, six years old. Gen. Waddy Thompson has ...

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. — 7 September 1877

THE LIBOR 1'UOBLEXI. Gei. Garfield, in his recent speech at Athens, O , had thii to say regarding the course of the Democracy, and in conneo tioo with the discussion of the solution el the great labor problem t " Mo Irecent act ot the Democracy has exhibited a more reckless And unpatriotic, spirit than their treatment of the great la bor strike in their late Contention at Col umbusi They do not attempt to handle the question on Us merits, but aro willing to laa the lame el dlssensios.aad increase the dangers ot the situation, it only they, can gain some partisan adrantage there by. I may orerettimate the graylty of the situation; but, ia my jndgment, oar country has ne?er confronted problems so serious and a situation se dangerous as those which threatened us in the late labor strike. - These dangers mist be confront ed, not by the passion of self-seeking par tisanship, but by the intelligence and justice of our whole people. And, first ot all, the supremacy . of the law must be mai...

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. — 14 September 1877

m k V, 1 I . j v (,. f'- i t . :0'- VOL. 5 JFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14.1877. NO. 38 le-. I I oiiriia LL-i -U WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, .' VJ'ii..i fcvi '-t f-" ttfi i- . , , ; ' " N. C. BURCH. Term, of Subscription Singlecoplet. per year $1,60 Clubs of ten per year... 1,29 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 - Ji INVARUBLT IK ADVANCK. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE GENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS ion, Pay Taxes, Redeem. Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patent. Ac Office over White Janvier's store. Illgta Street " ..'.'.. dec.27 72hf DE. JXTO. B physician & Surgeoii. (tSr Qffice and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Jbxchange Jiank. Dr. JL. C. DAVISOIT, OFFICE AND RESIDBKC&, ...... , (. Cor McCarty & Jefferson i :; JEFFERSON CITY, MO j Office hours 8 to9 "t. v.. 1 to 2 r. m. P. M. Jan.lO-lv. N . DE f II , SUCCBSSOBS T( MRS. BERRI.) - DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES HIGH STREET, H' ,' JEFFERSON CITY M B, G. B A.RRO W. , (Formerly of Macon...

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. — 14 September 1877

I The State Journal FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1877 Republican! are again right on the Maine question. They hare carried the State by a handsome majority. If there can be any improvement in the law regulating national banks, we hope it will be pointed out and the improvement made. But we tru9t that anything like unfriendly legislation towards these insti tutions will not be attempted. These banks hare really become So identified with the interests of the people that they are really a part of them. An effort is frequently made by demagogues to create the impression and popularize the idea that they are not sufficiently taxed. Does it ever occur to people who are boisterous ly agitating this proposition that after all the higher the tax the greater will bo the interest burden of the people. One taxa tion on the capital ot a bank, the same as on the capital in every other business, is enough. Te add a tux on deposits, or a tax on circulation, or dividends becomes extortion, and the people t...

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. — 14 September 1877

NOTICE TO DISSOLUTION OF CO-PABT Notice li hereby given that the eo-partatrahtp heretofore existing between ths underlined, under the firm seme of Daumeyer, Craven Co., has been this day dlsselved by mutual content. John T. Craren retire Irom the firm, nd the blsinesi will hereafter be carried on under the firm name ol Dallrneyer ft Co. , the new firm assuming all old debts of the old firm. AUperaonawho are Indebted to the old firm are requested to call at the Store and settle the tame Immediately by note or otherwise We desire to express our thanks to the Terr generous share of public patronage we bare heretofore enjoyed, and we repectfully solicit 'a continuance of the sama for the new firm, where a full stock of the choicest of family groceries and provisions will be kept constantly on hand and will be sold at the lowest cash prices. WM. q. DALLMEYER. JOHN T. CRAVEN. Jefferson City. Mo., Sept. 11, 1877 8ept.l3-d2w. A Western paper says; "Wanted, at this office an editor who can p...

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. — 14 September 1877

The State Journal FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 14, 1877 Local News It Is the only medicine I would Rive to my Baby, a mother said, speaking of Dr. Bull's Baby Syrop. . At all drug stores, 29 cents. The Miller County Vidette says that game Is plentiful, tqulrrels hate not been In such abundance for years, they are destroy Inn large quantities of corn. Largent, the tall squirrel hunter of the Cal laway bottom, ha quit bringing squirrels to town for sale. He says It keeps him busy to supply the demands of the city sports who come over. We hate been told by a party who always keeps posted about these mattors, that we are to have four weddings In town during the month of October. A double wedding among them, too. We hear with regret that Oen. Ilockaday 1 III at his home in Fulton. That he is confined to his bed with ferer. We hope soon to hear of his reeoTery. Harry Kemp, designer and builder, is erect ing, for his own occupancy, a roomy brick shop on the corner of North Main and Orecn street. It ...

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