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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 9 November 1877

Journal. I VOL. 5. JFFERSON CITY. MO- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1877. NO. 46 r 26 1 n Br r ' A WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Srery Friday , BY N. C. BURCH. Term of Subscription l Single copies, per year $1,60 Clubs of ten per year 1,35 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. HENRY NITCHY RFli FSTATF RFN. JEFFERSON CrTY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS aion. Phv Taxed. Redeem Lunda Bold for ? -v Taxes, Procure Patent. Ac. I' . CMna nvp WhltA Ml .Tanvlnr'a ntnre. TTIirh DH. JXTO. SASSE, physician & Surgeon. IX.fffi .1 - I .J T nmlrln'n 1 L vuivo uuu teoiucuuo iu uauiiuu o new Duuaing, opposite xxauonai Exchange Bank. ap25-ly, Sr. A. C. DiLVZSOXT, OFFICE AND RESIDEXC6., Cor McCarty & Jefferson S JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours 8 to9 a. m., 1 to 2 p. m. P. M- Jan.lO-lv. N . DE W YL , SUCCESSORS T( MRS.BERRI.) DRUGGISTS AND AP0HECARIE3 HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY M Dr. J. G. Riddler, DEALER IN DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Prescriptions tilled with certainty and dis patch at...

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. — 9 November 1877

Tho State Journal. niibAY.NOVK.MHKK S).1877 i'oor Niekorson; lie charges his tie. feat lor Circuit Jm! to Col. Ci itenden, and is foolish enouirh i think of revenue. .Mas.-uehusetts is nil right, certain. Ditto Wisconsin mid Minnesota.- Prob ably not Pennsylvania anil New York,, but Us very close in tho latter state. We plunedeep enough into the pro found depths of the Triiuine's leader yes terday to discover that tin; heart nt the President don't bleed worth a edit. N. Clarkson l'otter, of Pennsylvania, declines the Chairmanship -ot the l'aeific llailroad Committee. Itandall does not appear to haveniadu a success in palfhiiig t his spite work committees. At the expense of great pains and labor o.n paragraphist lias succeeded in rival ing the paragraphical productions ot a number ;t our leading exchanges. We trust he will bo spared the further labor of explaining them : The physical fullering Senator Morton endured in the last ycr.rs of his Jite, was great. That he held tip so long ...

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. — 9 November 1877

r 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. RFAtTY WaKo, OK(JA?TT)t8t.irLookl. OCR I Istartllngl Seel Organs, la stops Pianos pnl il30, cost fiOO, Qix 'joIanicl K. Mrnttv. WnshlngUili, N. J. i 4w. nilUCynd Revolvers. Illustrated Price List UUnorreo. Great Western yun Works. Pitts burg, l'n. 3newvocnl ft 2 now Instrumental pir-pp Sheet' Music, 10 a. eilvor as sirs, i, Music Pub. Co, Mass 4w 1 ..I . . , i 1 1 , i i i iii rrvLAIIGK MIXKD CAUUS with niuno, In ill I case, 133.25 without case. Of. .10 now fun vvyeflrn8l03. Outfits 10c. K. WASIIIH'RN & CO., MldcUcboio, Mm.', , , y . . 4 w QC Tfl 1Cdnyto agents, omtit iuf.K. 03 lUulOiHl stump. ritK .x.vnoNAt iloyiiiLV, Xoclt Box 171. AV nMilnt"ii( 1, C. MAMMOTH ' tH'TKlT TO KVEUY 1 llnnv. filpm.U'i.-,li.. ivaI.i1 fins with llrst, nvilcr. I in nrtlhio. n il.v., liiimrnnieed. 51 t UOKiill & Co Philadelphia. Vn... or Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 4w ' $33.00 TO eiW.OU l'CIt MONTH. : EIPXOIMENT In every commnnity for Men or Women of in telllgrncn and onevfirvV Bus...

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. — 9 November 1877

The State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1877. Local News Rln endless ralo. Look out for a cold snap. Friday for floe fish go to Thorns'. Oughlern time. Everything quiet at Mt. Serratt. Lively times about the prison Sunday. The lumber trade was brisk on Sunday last. There have been several small fires in Boon ville recently. Carthage has not got its gas works in run. ning order yet. Osceola is steering in the interest of a nar row gsuge road. The Murphy crusaders have given up Moberly in disgust. A cheese factory is to be established in Col umbia. Mrs. Klla Matson-Stewart is on a visit to friends in the eity. Zadox Hook, an old citizen of Callaway, is dead, died on the Jilst. Adjutaut General Mitchell was breaking an active young horse to a buggy Saturday. Diptberia is yery fatal among the children at Holla. A heavy frost Friday night. Ice formed to a considerable thickness. . St. Joseph is said to be the wickedest town iu Missouri. 4Llttell's Living Age for the 3rd at hand, and full ...

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. — 9 November 1877

J. 1? FIRE AKD FU3T. The Branch Prison at Mt. Ser rat in Ashes. A Miners' Matlnj-Burns and Brtmen-The Breakers Blistered. The ML 8errat Branch or the MitionH Peni tentiary was the scene of quite an excitement last Saturday night. The particular!, as we learn them from Warden Willis, are about ai follows : In the gang ol 256 convicts, nearly all colored, em ployed by Messrs. J. B. Price A Co., in coal - mining at Mt, Berrat, as the place is called, Is , black desperado named Charles Butler, who has been aspiring for some time past to the distinction of leading a mutiny among the prisoners against the restraints imposed upon them by the authorities. To what extent he had carried his plot tings, there are various statements. Some of the convicts say that he had secured promta-s of co-operation from near ly all the old gang of about a hundred who were first put into the mines, and that they had carried their plotting so far as to agree upon a plan offirlngatid destroying not only the ba...

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. — 9 November 1877

1! V CONVIVIAL ST.; I'lCSMKN. One luan. win) Iwtil not tho lour of yJ bclpre bis eye-, oiuU;(l out (o in en rs- tauratH.or saloon, or oniethin; on thu avenue, nnd said : 'That was a historic place. There was where Clay iui'1 Web ster .used to go and get dmik ' Wh6n I gasped 'ilriiDk P' in a horrified manner, ho lightly remarked that that was nothing everybotiv did It, and Dan. and Henry weffi two aoont as gay boys ns ever liyed in the 'capital. Ho ottered to show me a pack ot cards' that had been Webster's and the rhip's presented to Clay by him, and with which the friends had played many a game ol draw-poker, and said he could produce the darkey who held the ingredients ot tho Irequcnt mint juleps of those midnight rtvols. , Clay was lamous tor mint juleps, lie soaked' thu mini in the-brandy during the day, added fresh liquor at night, Ftt lrcsh mint upright in tho bowl, liko a beautiful bouquet, ar ranged every spray and leaf ot the dark rrtcn plant,' artistically garnished ' the ...

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. — 9 November 1877

vKit'jir. .:! Ai: 1 .1 "f ? Tjbcixl.'rfewa .u Cold. Klimv in llift flip -.1 if ' i , I ' f Boads in the country la a horrible condition. Got jour t.aterj dug?" You better have. ' Cold fingers In finishing off thi work on -the' courthouse. , f ; ) I" j ( There are 22S convicts lit Mt. S.ir.rat 1'rii-on Tost. The dome of the court house will go 'twenty feel higher ihifti t'.io frame work,'' for' it !now reaches, . , Craven thinks he will be ready to opon out his new grocery and. provision store Hie last of this or the first ot next week. A young man and hi family want to rent a small residence. Call at office OfSecretary of State. .-.,"';". V' . Duller and White the leaders of the Alt. "'Scrrat revolt, are still In the blind cell. Tho matter of thslr punishment ha been referrrd to the Inspectors and the Governor. The Sedalli Democrat has a sensational ac count of the disappearance of Wm.'O. Mead, Cashier of tho Apploton City Savin;' Bank. Missis The follow who a?ks the election result...

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. — 9 November 1877

OLIVER TERRY MORTON. Olirer P. Morton was ot English de scent, although his parents were natives ot New Jersey. He was born m Wayne County, Isdiaoa, Aug. 4, 1823. At 'the afie of 15 be became apprenticed to a hatter, which occupation lie tallowed for tour years, when be entered Miami Uni versity, at Oxford, O. Here he remained tw years, and had the reputation of the best extemporaneous debater. At 32 he began the study of law with the Hon. John S. Newman, at Center-ille, Indiana and was admitted to practice in 1847. In 1852 he was by the Legislature elected Circuit Judge, but preferring the bar to the bench he within ft year resigned the position. From that period to 1860 he devoted himself successfully to his prac tice. In political lite Mr. Morton was reared a Democrat, but joined the advance guard ot the Republican organization upon the repeal of the Missouri compro mise. , He was one of the three delegates sent by Indiana to the Pittsburg Conten tion of February, 1856, from whic...

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. — 16 November 1877

The Stele ourna VOL. 5. JEFFERSON GITY. MO.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16. 1877. NO. 47 i r 9 n WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, ' Published Every Friday r.Y N. C. BURCII. Terms of Subscription : SIn;?e copies, per year $1,00 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 1XVARIABLY IX ADVAXCR. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE GEN, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS Blon, Tay Taxes, Redeem Lauds Sold for Taxes, Trocure Patents. Ac. Office over Wbite Janvier's store. High Street. dcc.27 72hf physioian & Surgeon. Cjp" Office and residence in Lamkin'a new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. ap2."i-ly, 33r. &. C. miHTSOilM, OFFICE AND RES1DENXL, Cor Mccarty & Jefferson Sf JEFFERSON CITY, 210. Office hours 8 toO . v., 1 to 2 v. m. P. M. Jau.io-lv. (N . DE WYL, SUCCESSORS TC MRS. BERRI.) DEUGEISTS AMD AP0KE0ARIE3 HIGH .STREET, JEFFERSON CITY 31 ' Dr. J. Or. Riddler, DEALER IX t DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Inscriptions tilled with certainty and tlis patch at all hours, Pure Wine...

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. — 16 November 1877

St The State Journal. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1G. 1877. Tho death of Popn I'ius IXth. is re ported, but m t continued. The President has renominated Chimn ey I. Filley lor Postmaster at St. Louis Tho striking New York eigar-makers aro to bo replaced by Chinamen. Their cigars won't need flavoring. Tho Democracy breathes easier. The Union Army can he recruited to only 20,00 instead of L'.j. .' men. il the ac tion oi tho House prevails. Bland's silver bill has not been ap proved by tho President as yet, and it is doubtlul (it it will be. Thorn is a strong pressuro lo its return with a veto. McClellan's retreat on .Now Jersey was n success. 11k will 'at once entrench himself and occupy the state "jnli! his successor is appointed. lion. D. V. Yorhces. tho Senator Ironi Indiana, to (111 vacancy occasioned by tho death of Senator Morton, has boon duly qualified. Tor ".Joseph L. Morphis, marshal lor Northern Missouri,' among the reported conCrmations of tho Senate, Monday, read Northern Zlinnisfn'...

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. — 16 November 1877

r 1873. he State 'BOOK. NEWS AND THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL. A morning paper, containing fresh local, editorial anil miscellaneous matter, is the- best advertising medium in thu city. It . is devoted to the interests of its patrons m Cole County, and to the gen eral welfare of the State, is clear in typography, and fcf-REPUBLICAN IN POLICICS ! 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. Tho price is $1 50 a year, (in advance) for single subscriptions ; clubs of ten, $1 25; clubs of twenty, $1 00. The Best AdYertising Meamm m Hi e City. JOB DEPARTMENT. Having a good Job Office and tho linest Job Printers in the West, wo are prepared to execute VISITINGCARDS, POSTAL CARDS. WAYBILLS, LETTER HEADS. BILLS OF LADING. TAGS, RECEIPTS, LABELS, INVITATIONS, TRUST DEEDS, POSTERS, CHECKS, . ENVEEOPES, HANDBILLS, TRICE LISTS, BALL TICKETS, DRAFTS, NOTIFICATIONS, DEPOSIT TICK...

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. — 16 November 1877

Tlio State Journal. FKlbAYTNOVKMHKIt 10il877 C. C. Allt'n cunflrineJ. , Muudy roads, ami difficult marketing. Tho best ml wood from the countty at 3 per cord. Tlic Supicute Court hut adlutirtied till Mon day. Tlie Chicago Transfer comes tliundtrinir inio the city before dark of Ink. Circuit Court ol tlio l'i.iu-d States a week from Monday. Don't waste your money in nonsensical ex penditure. Thanksgiving time is tit lnind. Dclitflitlu! weather for promenading, and the dear ladies are not letting It slip sway uuitn proved. Mrs. Alien, ihn mother of Mrs. Holiday acd Mr. Albert O. Allen, is on a visit to her chil dren here. The Napa, Cat., IlaaMer informs us that Eti feuc Pratt, formerly of this county, is the father of a line hoy baby. Mr. liuekntr, of Missouri, hai intro.UiuoJ a biil for the examination cf thw claims of the State of Missouri. agaiusl the United Slates. Secretary McGrath has Dually issued to Metealf, M. C. fleet from the 3rd District, the certificate of his election. M...

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. — 16 November 1877

- i 1, A MOUTH CAROLINA BORGIA. Last cu-iiing the Fort Scott train brought In woninii who", ifgailty, will rank among the greatest of modern poisoners. She was in charge of Sheriff Bedell, of Hancock county, North Carolina, and was on her way to that State to stand her trial for murder. She is a young woman of rather prepossessing appear ance, and conversed very freely with those who chose to talk with bar. Her name is Catharine M. Marlow, and aha Is charged with poisoning her husband and two children. She is a native of Hartford, Connecticut, and was employed in tho government service in Wash Ington for about two years, soon after the close of the war. She inarrtod George Marlow, a discharged soldier of the Uuited Slates, and wont with him to North. Carolina. She says her husband and herself did not agree together very well, and thnt in 1873 she went borne, to her people near Hartford, Conn., aud remained there until the following year, when her hus band induced ber to return to hi...

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. — 16 November 1877

i BIDK A WEE.AN' iINNA FltET. Is Hie road very dreary? i'ntlrnt yel! Jtest will be sweeter If thou art aweary, And ofter night cotnoth the morning cheery. Then blrio a wee, and dinnn fret. The cloud have silver lining, Don't forget; And though he's hidden, still the sun is shining ; Counsel instead or tears and vain repining, Just bide a wee, and dinna lret. i With toil and euros unending Art beset? f.ethink thee, how the storms from heaven descending; Snap the stiff oak, but tpuro the willow bend ing. And bide a wee, and dlnna fret. Grief liarpcf sting doth borrow . From regret ; But yesterday is gone, and shall its sorrow Unfit us for the present and the nionow? Nay; bide a wee, and dinna fret. An over-anxious brooding Doth beset A best of fears and luntasics deluding. Then, brother, lest these tornynt lie intruding Just bide a wee. and dinna fret . IlEFOKM IN IINIKOKMS. Not long sinee the Postmaster-General issued i;n order requiring all wagons used in the postal service to be of...

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. — 16 November 1877

Luc at News Look iM tor cappers. The IVpa still live. The rsuiflo Mills are running. County Court will adjourn this week. A mud bole la front of tbo ranrket house Twohouaes to rent. Inquiro at this ofllce. Twi ntv miles In eight hours the lime rmado ou our nip lo the country, Wednes dav. . Mr. Henry .vhiuldt, un employe ofSulllyan . & Co., liun returned with hi family to St. ' Louis. dome of our merchants are hbout to introduce the use of cents in their business. No non sense about this. City warrants are worth 0" ami Interest, and the prospect la they will soon be quoted at par. Taxes are due. The promiso lor winter whep.t in tho Moreau hills and valleys, lorthe sickle ol lhe next harvest, is must excellent. Wo lenrn that Charae Palmer has dis covered a new way ol lakiug py lor tele graphic message. The members ol llie City Council are is, u bud fix. They cannot appropriate any money for tbeir own pay because "personally Interested." Gcotl. The llible Society has received a bea...

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. — 16 November 1877

A MAN WHO SAW A MULE DIE. A Tiiagic Event -which OcctitttKD ON THE SOI'TH FOHK OK THE YfBA River. Ain't il a curious thing that nobody ever sees a mule die P remarked an old teamster in Gumbert & Webber's saloon. No man living ever saw a mule die,I s'pose T Thus remarked Mr. I)aniel9, lighting a fresh cigar. In 1850 I was mining on the south lork ot the Yuba, nnd it came my turn to cook lor my gang. We took turns each week, you know. Well, I was going to show how economical I could run the commissary. 1 went and bought a peck of dried npples; they ware all stuck together in a lump, bull got 'era jam'd into the pot, poured in some water and started the fire, pres ently a icw ot 'em began to rise up the top bt the pot, and sol skimmed 'em off and put 'em in a pan. Pretty soon some more bulged up, and I skinned them oil' and put Via In the pan. The first thing I knew, after I liad skimmed that blasted pot a while, I had t: get another pan, and then another, and by the time I'd got ...

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. — 23 November 1877

x (o , . :::: ::::: .: A' I J (..-. I , ... t (t Ir..;i, 1 i; . ' o v .tl..'.. V.'..-) iKf-- -I VCtti.5. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1877. NO. 46 7TT-" ' - x "' '..,;,'v ' ,; r WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, FuUisfcii Every Friday BY i , N. C. BURCII. Terms of Subscription! Single copies, per yeai 91,60 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs'of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ( HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE fGEM, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS Ion, Pay Taxes, Bedeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Fatents. Ac. Office over White M- Janvier's store. High Street. . dec.27 72hf DE. JITO-BZLSERT physioiaii & Surgeon. 03 Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. rap23-lV. Sr. 2L C. ZX&VXSOIT, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE., Cor. McCarty & Jefferson Sf JEFFERSON CITY, MO. Office hours 8 to9 . a. v., 1 to 2 p.m. P. M. - Jan.lO-lv. N . DE W Y L , SUCCESSORS T( MRS.BERRI.) DRUGGISTS AND APOHECARIES HIGH STREET, JEFFERSON CITY M...

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. — 23 November 1877

Tho State Journa. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1877. The Senate has confirmed the nomina tion ol r. Filley lor the St. Louis, Post ofllco. The lubsciiption fund lor the family of White, the policeman killed by Kande, has reached about $2000. " J ' KnilroaJ Commissioner Walker 1 en deavonng to have the freight rates re duced on the M. K. & T. R. U. The livings Bttnk uia:iia h;is struck KearUn.Penn. Three ot them yielded up the ghost on Friday. More recruits lor Canada. The evidence before the Loronur's Jury ia the Cool ban gh suicide brought out no new tacts as to the cause of sell destruc tion. Tho inquest did not go into the private affairs of the iatiiily much to the disappointment ot the scandal mongers and gossips. Kansas City is still in darkness. The probabilities are that the city will use gasoline in tuture. A company has been formed that propose tn light tho city with gasoline at about one-halt the price which they have been a-tying for ;is. The latest Washington telegrams an n...

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. — 23 November 1877

1873. i i , BOOK, NEWS AND THE DAILY STATE JOURNAL. A morning paper, containing fresh iocal, editorial and miscellaneous matter, is the best advertising medium in the" city. It is devoted to the interests of its patrons m Cole County, and to the gen v eral welfare of the State, is clear in typography, and REPUBLICAN IN POLICICS ! 3 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. ...'. i. , :';.. TIib Best Aflvertisini Meflim in tli e 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 : VISITINGCARDS, POSTAL CARDS. WAYBILLS, LETTERHEADS. BILLS OF LADING. . '. - .j. TAGS, : RECEIPTS, LABELS, r INVITATIONS. . , . TRUST DEEDS. POSTERS, CHECKS, ENVEEOPES, i HAND BILLS, PR...

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. — 23 November 1877

The State Jour na. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1877. Local News Thanksgiving time. mLt. I - .1 . 1 1HIBJI 111BIIUIOU1 ;CB lUIUUII The County Court Judges hare been very busy this week. A new advertisement In the real eMnte col unit. Read It. A flisticuff between two young men heat of passion origin. Fulton does not like the new time table ot the C. & A. Jeflerson City run boast of more substantial improvement in the past season than any other town of lis size in the State. The Governor has appointed W. C Ueaston, county clerk ot uarrlson uounty vice Kenyon, resigned. Miss Jennio Thompson, of Syraause.Mo.. is visiting the Misses McUarty, of this city. Henry Nitcby, the worthy assistant postmaster, has bought the Parker prop erty, on High street, where Mr. Iloch stadter has his store, for $2,500. 'What about our new railroad? Will it be boilt? We are asked these question dozens of times a day. Can't seme one Rive us the de sired information? 8. L. Higblymhp, of Sedalia, Land Corumls sion...

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