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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 19 October 1877

1 .tt Lost amidst gloom and darkness! 8traying itjll farther away " , Awaym the depth of the forest, . -' O'er Which the deep ahadowa lay ; , Parted from playmates and loving to roam, ; A little clrl waadered away from bora; KUht oon gathered ber tables, .. .. ; . ; , " And closer around be drew ' ; ' The folds of ber somber curtains, 8b nttlng the star from view;' ' ." Wearilyi tremblingly, fainting from fear. She shrinks away from the shadow drear. , nv ANNA H. B. pALK. ' , I Stricken wtttt grief and mourning, V Anxiously waiting n message, ' , But dreading that message to hear ; An agonized mother cries o'er and o'er' 0 God I In lby mercy, my darlfn; restore. Hark I heard je tbe chout In the distance? Welcome tbe joyful sound I .'TIs a bymn of glad thanksgiving ; ' Tbe household treasure's found ; From her father's arms, where, she'd dropt to rest, She's clanped to a mother's loving bresst. Lost amidst sin's allurements. Which beckonetb farther away, '' With Its wiles and strango...

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. — 19 October 1877

COSSUWTIOX CAN BK CURED. Sjbenck's Pulmonlo Byrup, Schenck's Sea Weed Tonic, Schenck's Mandrake Pills, Are iheonly medicines that will oureTul jnonary Consumption. Frequently medicine that will stop a congh will occasion the death of the patient; they look up the liver, atop the circulation of the blood, hemorrhage follows, and in fact they clog the action of the very organs that caused the cough. . .., Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia arc tbe cause of two-thirds of the cases of Oonsump tlon. Many persons eom plain of a dull pain In the side, constipation, coated tongue, pain In the shoulder blade, feelings of drowsiness and restlessness, the food lying heavily on the stomach, accompanied with acidity and belch In up of wind. These symptoms nsually originate from a disordered condition of the Btomach or a torpid liver. Persons so affected, If they take one or two heavy colds, and if the cough In these cases be suddenly checked, will And the stomach and liver clogged, remaining torpid a...

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. — 19 October 1877

'i ft I Local News 'Y I. It h:i tiled bard to rain every day Ibis week Beckers had close call, but wasn't b armed The Berry business Is pretty good in Callaway this fall. . i I irr". itJ, , i Captain C. W. Tboraas Is In St. Lonls, laying In bis full supplies. Tbe St. Louis Dispatch says that the Madison , House at this place Is (or sale or lease. 1 K f N. C Kouns.Esq., bas left his practice in "tbe city, for a while at least, and gone on a mission down among the Osagers. K f Ask for GOLDMAN'S Chicago Hand Made Cjlooli. They are the best, therefore the cheap Cat. Sep.UTJ-wly. . The 8dalia Democrat has tound a watchful tinker who thinks be saw Jim Berry pass through 8edalia recently. Never was such an elejant stock of Men's, Boys and Youths' Clothing in Jefferson City as can be found at JAKE GOLDMAN'S, and at prices that defy competition. Sep.U'77-wlv Representative J. J. Scibell, of Perry county, is in the city. He U much pleased with the ap pearauce ol Jefferson during the absence o...

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. — 19 October 1877

MINNESOTA WHEAT KINO. One of our Minnesota exchanges re cently interviewed Mr. Dalrjruple, who, by common consent is known as the Wheat King of Minnesota. Mr. D. was asked what be expected the profits on his wheat crop would be. He replied (says onr contemporary) that at present prices for wheat his net profit would be about ten dollars per acre. Aft he Is half-owner of 7,500 acres ot wheat in the Red Rirer Valley, and has 1,200 acres on his home farm at Cottage Grove, Minn.,' his profits this year may be salely put down at $50. 000; Mr, iDalrymple had lire steam threshers at work on his 4,000 acre tarm at Casselton, each one threshing an average of 1,000 bushels per day. Tho grain is hauled directly to the cars as fast as threshed, and shipped to New York, via Puluth and the hikes, Ho loads and forwards fifteen cars each day. At 250 bushels to the car, the crop ot this place will make 237 cur loads. Tho yield from what has been threshed so far is estimated at 90,000 bushels, rtn av...

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. — 26 October 1877

1 Journal lie VOL. 5. JFFEESON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1877. NO. 44 T WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Brery Friday BY N. C. BURCH. Tertna of Subscription t Single copies, per yeai 91,50 1 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE AG EN, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS 6 ion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. Ac. Office over VTliite Jauvle.r'g store. High Street. dec.27 72hf SE. J2TO. B&ZEH, physician & Surgeon. Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap2i)-lv. Sr. JSL. C. D&7ZSOXT, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, Car McCarty & Jefferson S JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours 8 to9 a. m, 1 to 2 p. M. P. M. Jan.lO-lv. N . DE YL, SUCCESSORS T( MRS. BERRI.) DRUGGISTS AND AP0HECARIE3 HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY M Dr. J. G-. Eiddler, DEALER IN DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Prescriptions tilled with certainty and dis patch at all hours. Pure "Wi...

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. — 26 October 1877

iL Tlio St at o Journal. Villi) AY. OC'lOBEll 2G. 1877 Tin- Democr: . l Ohio ore still increas ing their majority lor Bishop. Keally, this tbinsr i becoming monotonous. St. Joe is in a fever ot frvent evpecta tion over tholunellta to How Irotn the late combination to'make the city tin- U'imlnns ' ot a new mute to the Pacific. Senator Ingalls, of Kansas, lias Intro duced a bill in Congress for the cnitiiigt' ot silver dollars ot ll 1 -J pmins -'andard silver cad), which shall be a legal tctidtr tor all deb!--, public and private. The ;.: says that "Mr. Haye is try ing to prove that a man iri.iy be a Iratid and yet a patiiu'.." It certainly i ot no use to try proving a thing o! that kind by the llii'oo man. Can't make anything else out. of him. li h the opinion tt Col. Ilnnd, m llm U. S. , Express Service, Is that Berry the express robber, diod ot suicide; instead ol the wound la the lower part ol Lis leg, received when he was cap tured by, Glascock, the Audrain Sheriff. It is a littl...

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. — 26 October 1877

1872. ,A J vi k 1 . 1677. vi;.;-! i t BOOK, NEWS AND OB THE 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 tho interests of its patrons m Colo County, and to the gen eral -welfare of tho State, is clear in typography, and REPUBLICAN IN POLICICS ! Q OKDER OF SALE; THE WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL. Being made up of the Paity, is one of the largest papers in the Stale. It has no superior in tho west ag a paper for the family and the farmer. Tho price is $1 50 a year, (in advance) for single subscriptions; clubs of ten, $125; clubs of twenty, 1 00. TlieBesiMieriisiaileta in Hi e City. DEPART! BUSINESS CARD S PROGRAMMES. NOTE CIRCULARS, XOTE HEADS. BILL HEAD DODGERS, DRAFTS, Having n ood Job Office and the finest Job Printers in the West, we . - " - Are prepared to execute the following in stylo : VISITING CARDS, ' , ; POSTAL CARDS. WAY BILLS, LETTER HEADS, - ' BILLS OF LADING, ' . "...

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. — 26 October 1877

Tho State Journal FRIDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1877 Local News Rain, unceasing rln. Merchant all busy Saturday. Xez rerces." Pierced Nose. City full of country visitors last Saturday. Xo bottom 1 the response on some of our country roads. Werso nnd woiie and Mooreof It. Enquire at , but don't call again In the daytime. Ak for GOLDMAN'S Chicago Hand Made boots. They are the best, therefore the cheap est. Sep.HTT-wly. Hogg have declined about $ of a cent within the last few days, Rough on our hog mer chants. The Supreme Court will probably deliver a batch of opinions about the first Monday in November. The PhiladelibU Stat h 'on Hat, the beet and finest in the market, to bo had at J. GOLD MAX'S, 211 High Street. Sep.U'77-wly. Fine quail shooting on the new railroad, they May. Guess that's about the only benefit we will ever derive from it. Warden Willis is soon to have his hotel graced with MoIHe McCool and Bello Stanly, two notorious) pickpockets of St. Louis. Muj. Lusk went down to, Linn, Os...

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. — 26 October 1877

A WICKED MAN. - - MARRIED IH JAIL. JAMES BERRY nE WOULDN'T REPENT A Nacg hiv Lothario Tries toInduck his Wine's Maid to Elopr. Few place In this world are ai wicked as St. Joe, The Bazoo has bad frequent occasions to call attentioa to that fact. And now comes the story or an able-bodied young man, with Jellcale wire, who wanted to elope with ro hnt Herman elrlt that Is the man wanted 4o lope, not the delicate wife. He was In the habit 01 KlylnR this pretty Scandinavian all . - ii.l I t I h tnt Oris 01 uenuuiui preaems, nuisi'cim mw uci ar the softest and most fiersuaslve corapll hents.andone day when she Was passing trough the ball, this naughty young man in 3t. Joseph proposed to her to PACK IIKR LITTLE CAItrET SACK. and flee with him to a cot In some vast wilder ness, where their loves might have freo way and invalid wives could not interrupt. But this innocent German girl was no Mormon. She thought one wife was as much as one man could handle in comfort, and declined to fly. Sbe ...

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. — 26 October 1877

CONSUMPTION L AN BE CURED. Sslicnok's Pulmonic Syrup, Solionck'aScaWoed Tonic. Schonck's Mandrake Pills, Aro the only medicines that will cure Pul monary Consumption. Frequently medicine tlmt will stop ft cough will occasion t ho (loath of tho patient; they Jock up tho liver, stop the circulation of tho lilooil. hemorrhago follows, ami in fact tlicy dog the action of the very organs that cause. I tho cough. Liver Complaint and Dj'spepsla aro the rauies Of two-thirds of the cases of Consump tlon. Many persons complain of a dull pain in tho side, constipation, coated tongue, pain in tho shoulder Wade, feelings of drowsiness and restlessness, tho food lying lioavily on tho stomach, Accompanied with acidity and belch in up of wind. Theso symptoms usually originate, from n disordered condition of tho stomach or a torpid liver. Persons so affected, if they take one or tw6 heavy colds, and if the cough in these cases ho suddenly checked, will find tho stomach and ilvcr clogged, remaining t...

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. — 26 October 1877

7 Local News V. 1 - '. ; T Golden . ... ... , Autumn days. Nutting time near. Glorious work weather- ' ', , ' ' Wood In tewn by the quantity. Sedalia is financially out ortlio suds- The new hose for the Hra department arrived ' : Monday. , ' v ' ! ' j James r. ueneu, oi. one. r. iu nan iu town Monday. ;! November at hand ami tin? tree still l:iden With foliage. ' . - - Bring in your job work. New type, now de igns and reasonable rules. II. H. Conu, a stirring fanner of this county, is the lather of a new tea pound boy. Judge Mooreman, of the Warrcnsburg bar.ts attending the Supreme Court. Bright days of Autumn makes ouo g'.ad he 1 j alive. Moot ready for their occupants are Mr. Buseh's new heuscs. . St. Joe has the Colorado petrified plant no exhibition. St. Louis has a female gambling den, Draw- j pukcr. Faro and Keno are the favorite games. ? Wild Turkeys are selling at nine cents a pound: '.- Gen. J. L. Smith has thus far pretty well ,;' monopolized the attention of the courts. i...

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. — 26 October 1877

f A TALE OF SCOTLAND. A party ot troopers entered the house ot a widow and demanded and received refreshments. A well grown lad, the widow's son, waited upon them, the widow hospitably offering to their wants she had to command. 'And how do you live in these troublous times. Goody ?' asked one ot the merce naries, with an air of kindaess. 'Well, I thank Heaven,' answered the poor widow, 'my good roan left me a cow and a garden, with that bit ot field. I do not complain. 'Indeed P ejaculated the ruffian, 'Cor poial Spiedgclt, what say you to try it heaven helps her without a cow P' Ach t mein Gott 1 der gartea is enoof ; Mitt it some verlacben ha I ha !' and the fellow laughed. 'Kill der echuchtern machen (the cow) and spoil ter milch and ter kase (cheese) 1' ' 'Ay,' quoth the fellow, with a hoarse laugh, 'and so it will. So, Goody, here goes, with the honors of war ta-ra !' and ho drew his sword. What are you going to do V cried the youth, springing lorward, with tears in his eyes a...

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. — 2 November 1877

rr'nT' .-s:r-.... . ' r ' 1 1 ' ' 1 II ' . ' " ' IV 1 A J UL l.AJLa JFFERSON CITY. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1877. NO. 45 VOL. 5. r i V 7 i WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, PuMiShel ' Every Fridar BY jr; C. BURGH. Trruia of Subucrlptlon I ' Single copies, per year '"Clubs of ten par rear.. Clubs of twenty? per year ' i iv'Artf AutY lit- AfVAMCB. , . ,K...... . i ' . ?1,B0 1,25 1,00 HENBY'NITCHY : REL' ESTATE f GEN, - ' - I ' JEFFERSON CITY. MO . T3UYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMTS j sion, Pay Taxes, .Redeem. Lands Sold lor. Taxes, Procure Patents. &c Office over White Janvier siore. n:gn Street. . . doe.27 72hf I physician & Surgeon. ice and residence in Lamkin'a new imildtrig, opposite National Exchange Bank. rau25-ly. '4. - OFIUCK AKD RKSroKXCtt i? Cor McCar'ty & Jefferson k5t JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours tf toO P. M. Jan.lO-iv. A. V- 1 tl 1 M. I rN . DE: W YL , SUCCESSORS T( MRS.'jBERRI.) CRUBglSTSASD AFOKEOAHSES ' ' - HIGH STREET, . JEFFERSON CITY M Dr. J. &. Biddler, .-,- . . ' ...

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. — 2 November 1877

Tho State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1877. Congress got down to earnest work Monday. Tho Supreme Court has finished nil ru bor one. Twigard & Elliott's Backiug Mouse nt Marion, Iowa, has suspended. Liabilities. $150,000. A ring lor protection against runs is talked ot among the New York Bank:, including National Banks. Thcjlite of Senator Morton is ahmn despaired of. The, death ot the great statesman is momentarily looked lor. Two months more In which to pay de linquent taxes, under the act ol the Legis lature ot last winter. Tho Kansas City Times, when it copies from tho Journal, will please fix tho in terest on bedalia bonds as the JoutXAL had it 10. per cent., instqad ot 1G. Oth erwise the copy was verbatim. Willlinui Wieners, who was recently found guilty of murder in the first degreo lor the killing of young Lawrence, the barkeeper in the Theatre Connque saloon, St. Louis, was on yesterday sentenced to be hanged on the 14th ol December next. Judge Jones passing sentence. ...

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. — 2 November 1877

t. IN. J re t St r 1872. Tfa State BOOK, N THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL. a A morning paper, containing fresh local, editorial and miscellaneous matter, is the best advertising medium in thu 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 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 isj$l 50 a year, (in advance) for single subscriptions ; clubs of ten, $1 25; clubs of twenty, $1 00.. The Best Aflvertising JOB DEPARTMENT. Having a good Job Office and the finest Job Printers in the West, we are prepared to execute the following in style : YISITINGCARDS, POSTAL CARDS. WAYBILLS, LETTER HEADS. . BILLS OF LADING. TAGS, - RECEIPTS, LABELS, INVITATIONS. TRUST DEEDS. POSTERS, CHECKS. ENVEEOPES, HAND BILLS, PRICE LISTS, DRAFTS, DEPOSIT TICKETS. LEGAL BLAN...

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. — 2 November 1877

The State Jonrnal. Flt!I)AY. XOVKM isKUY 18777" rmriiiwrjiwTiiWMin"iMiMi miiui i m im Local Newt A glorious day was Saturday. Tom Thumb. i just fatly years o'.d. The bile of a skuid; has proved fatal in two intimites in the pa-t six months. Rainy and nasty wus tho weather of Thurs day. Tho Colorado "pet tilled man" has uoiir to meet tlie Cardiff giant. A patty of ' '('ii'.ohVs weie out possum hunting, Wednesday ni'nt. M vj.ly and S v.'.i ;y ii ro dr.iwin sre.tt crowd ut Burlington, Vermont. A convention of scalpers is to io I. (Id ut St, Louis. Sittinic Bull is to ba Invited. Happy C:ii. Winer's niiu-trcl troup-- Is COjlaiiij; tills w.-.y. Cider is felling lor fifteen cent a gallon on tlio Mred-. Mnrpliyitns ought to lny in a, win tor supply. The Journal Oimci: is mililn'ted to (!en. Minor l-r a basket d very fine flavored nppios. las. E. Carte.-, ui liiu Ti .bune.rel unied front Washington. D. 0., Friday night. Wo hope to -.i-i'V of t':c success of hi.-s mi.vio'.i, The :rtf nipt, t...

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. — 2 November 1877

v- ,i ' f ; 7' T . SERIOUS ACCIDENT. THAT COON HUNT, & - WHY NED ADAMS IS TOOK. DEADWOOD FUN. THE OTHER SIDE. i j J A UeplnriiMe aceidcnt occurred Monduy to some brldg builders who wero uonstructintf an iron bridge over Marmlton river, on the line of t'je Fort Scolt & Gulf railroad. - The particu lirs, as lar as can be ascertained, are at follows : The iron structure was being built over the old wooden bridge, and, while -the strlnecrs were being .adjusted, stave way. precipitating the workingmen, eighteen in number, together with tho wooden fragments, Into the rushing tido. 40 feet below, the crash resembling, in Its destructive fury, the .breaking up of an Im mense lecgorge, or tho upheaving of some vol canlc formation. Many of the workmen were seriously wounded, and It Is feared they cannot survive. The passenger, train nearly duo, was signaled in time to prevent a double catastrophe. The citizens aro in a state of wild excitement, and heart-rending maledictions are utter...

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. — 2 November 1877

v CONBUMPTIOX V i BE CURED. Sehcnck's ruluionio Syrup, Sehcnck's Sea Weed Tonic, Scbenck's Mandrake Pilto Are the only medicines that will euro I'ul vnonary Consumption. Frequently medicines tbnt will ston a conch will ocean ion the death of tho patient; they lock up the llrer, stop the circulation of the blood, heinorrlmitrfl follows, anil In fact they i nn mo ni'iiuu vi wg very erguua mat caused inn cougn. Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia aro tho causes 01 two-uurus or the oases of Consurap tion . Many persons coinplala of a dull pain In tho side, constipation, coated tongue, pain In tho shoulder blade, feelings of drowsiness and restlessness, the food lying heavily on tho xtomach, accompanied with acidity and belch- in up of wind. xneso Bymptoms usually originato from a disordered condition of tho stomach or a torpid liver. l'ersons so affected, if they take ono or two heavy colds, and If the cough in theso cases be suddenly checked, will find the stomach and liver clogged, remainin...

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. — 2 November 1877

P. fit. I av ) Local News PROCLAMATION. The completed circle of lummer nd winter need time and harvest has brought us to the accustomed aeason at which religious people celebrato with praise. and thanksgiving the enduring mercy or Almighty God- This de Tout and public confession of constant depend the Divine Father for all the good gltts or life and health, and pence and hnnninpsn. so early In our history made the habit or our people, finds in a survey of. the past year new grounds for lt Joyful and grate ful manifestation In all blessings which deDend upon benignant seasons. This has Indeed been a memorable year over the wide terri tory or our country. With all Its diversity of soil, and climato, and products, earth has yield ed bountiful returns to the labor of the hus bandman. The health of tho people has been blighted by no prevalent or wide-spread dis eases. No great disasters of shipwreck upon our coasts or to our commerce on the seas have t , . I .1 1. n .. V. 1 . mamliunta f...

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. — 2 November 1877

KUKOrEAN GUAtN TRADE. London, Oct. 23. The Mark Lane Ex proas' weakly review of tlio British grain trade Bays: "The weather this autumn has been very favorable to northern agri culturists, and the apprehensions Jelt some fivo or six weeks since lor the ultimate safety ol the crops proved ground less. Jn tho north wintry weather has set Jn accompanied by a heavy tall ol snow, and outstanding corn, ol which, however, the quantity is inconsiderable, will stand little or no chance ot ripening. Farmers appear determined to loso no time in sowing, and have been devoting their energies thereto rather than to threshing out their wheat. This is testi fied to by the small supplies which have been received at the country markets, and also by the aotivo demand for seed wheat under tho pressure of which an advance of 1 to 2s per quarter has taken placo in some instances. Tho improvement has not, however, been felt in Mark Lane, where lactors have not been successful in establishing: an advance, ...

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